The round of 32 in the Best Cardinals Moments tournament continues with Ken Boyer vs. Kolten Wong. The 3-seed, Boyer's World Series home grand slam, defeated Scott Spiezio's 2006 triple in the opening read. To read more about that match up, click the link below. http://theintrepidstl.com/greatest-cardinals-moment-boyer-spiezio Facing off against Boyer's big moment as
Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs The next matchup at The Intrepid STL in the Cardinals Greatest Moment bracket features a magical postseason moment as an underdog 11-seed against a 6-seed representing a quirky baseball record that will probably never be broken. Let's take a look at the two moments: #6 Tatis goes grand twice
Photo Credit: @cardinalsgifs Yesterday, I examined the Cardinals baserunning talent using Statcast’s new sprint speed metric. We found that the Cardinals actually have six of ten qualified players with an above average sprint speed. However, we also found that every Cardinals player save Yadier Molina is slower this year than last.
photo by @cardinalsgifs This afternoon, the St. Louis Cardinals announced that Jhonny Peralta would be designated for assignment, with Kolten Wong being activated from the 10-day disabled list. The move puts a justified end to Peralta’s time in St. Louis, which has been incredibly frustrating over the last two seasons. With Peralta’s Cardinals tenure now