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Mene, Mene, Tekel, Parsin

While it wasn't as dramatic as a hand appearing out of nowhere and making out the roster on the side of the Jupiter clubhouse, the writing on the wall was starting to become clear.  Yesterday, Ronnie Cedeno was weighed on...  [Posted on March 20, 2013 7:59 AM]


A Relieved Cardinal Nation

While the Cardinals did play yesterday and actually scored, snapping another of those long scoreless streaks, the best news that came out likely was in Derrick Goold's weekly chat.  Goold noted that there was no truth to the idea that...  [Posted on March 19, 2013 7:41 AM]


UCB Project: Playing Pepper

For the fifth straight year, Playing Pepper returns to C70 At The Bat.  If you aren't aware, this series helps get a feel for the other 29 teams in baseball by asking those that follow them the closest--their bloggers.  We've...  [Posted on March 11, 2013 11:00 AM]


Halfway Home

We've hit the midpoint of spring training.  Three weeks from today, we're avoiding stupid April Fool's jokes and focusing on the pitching matchup out in Arizona.  It's a long spring this year, what with the World Baseball Classic going on,...  [Posted on March 11, 2013 8:15 AM]


Confirming The Obvious (And Not As Obvious)

You know, during the winter, there were a lot of days where there just wasn't anything to talk about.  Things were slow and we grasped at whatever crumbs we could find.  Yesterday, well, yesterday wasn't one of those days.Let's start...  [Posted on March 8, 2013 6:54 AM]


Power Show

It was almost like an episode of Oprah yesterday.  "You get a home run, and YOU get a home run.  Everybody gets a home run!"While it wasn't quite that bad--the Cards didn't score 20+ runs or anything--all of their scoring...  [Posted on March 7, 2013 9:09 AM]


Losses On And Off The Field

While the Cardinals had trouble with Washington this weekend, the focus by Sunday was on what they lost away from the diamond.  The news most of us had been anticipating came along and Rafael Furcal was shut down from baseball...  [Posted on March 4, 2013 9:25 AM]


Elbowing Into The Conversation

There are headlines in the spring that are fun to read.  "Wainwright Faces Hitters."  "Taveras Takes His Cuts."  Stuff like that is what we want out of our spring training coverage, especially in the first week.  We want to hear...  [Posted on February 20, 2013 7:09 AM]


Connections

If you haven't already, you must read the outstanding piece by Jenifer Langosch over at the official site, detailing the mentor/mentee (is that a word) relationship between some of the veterans and some of the youngsters coming up.  It's a...  [Posted on February 19, 2013 7:06 AM]


The Business of Baseball

Seriously, I'm not a jinx.  I've made bad predictions, had things blow up in my face, but I don't think I'm a jinx.  Barret Browning might disagree with me, however.Less than 24 hours after my interview with him hit the...  [Posted on January 29, 2013 7:05 AM]


Michael Wacha: Sometimes we forget...

Michael Wacha put together a man-like season last year, his first experience with pro ball, and finished a partial season with Double-A Springfield and their impressive championship run. Yesterday, he found himself at the Cardinals' annual Winter Warm-Up function, standing...  [Posted on January 20, 2013 2:01 PM]


Gotta Write Something

This is really getting ridiculous.Here we are halfway through the first month of 2013 and I have yet to write an original post this new year.  (I'm talking non-press release post, not any general aspersions on my writing, which is...  [Posted on January 15, 2013 7:08 AM]


Skipping Town

In every post you read this morning dealing with the fact that the Cardinals traded Skip Schumaker to the Dodgers last night, you will find two points:A. Schumaker is a wonderful personB. Baseball is a businessTo the former, there's plenty...  [Posted on December 12, 2012 7:02 AM]


The Holidays Are For Family

This time of year, families tend to gather around and spend some quality time together.  From reports, it sounds like the Cardinals are taking that to the next level.Derrick Goold is reporting the Cards are likely to offer the assistant...  [Posted on December 5, 2012 6:59 AM]


Cardinal Bloggers Awards: 2012 Ballot

Every year about this time, the United Cardinal Bloggers make their selections on who should win the Cardinal Blogger Awards.  This is the sixth time we've handed out these awards and each year is as much fun as the last.The...  [Posted on November 30, 2012 2:12 PM]


News From The Fringe

No, not the alternate dimension where Walternate was running everything nor the Observer-laden future (though that would make for an interesting post series, this is true).  These are those bits and pieces of news that keep filtering out in this...  [Posted on November 15, 2012 6:47 AM]


Slow News Month

There were a lot of great things about the 2011 season, but one of the more underrated ones was that, due to the World Series run, it was a short offseason chock full of things to talk about, whether it...  [Posted on November 12, 2012 6:56 AM]


Exit Interviews: The Synopsis

So, after 2 1/2 weeks, 45 players, one manager, one general manager, and a whole lot of blog posts, the Exit Interview series has come to an end.  I hope you enjoyed it.  I know it gave me a better...  [Posted on November 11, 2012 3:35 PM]


Exit Interview: Skip Schumaker

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into Mike...  [Posted on November 9, 2012 3:45 PM]


Exit Interview: J.C. Romero

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into Mike...  [Posted on November 7, 2012 4:00 PM]


Cardinal Odds And Ends

There's not been just a whole lot going on with the Cards since the end of the baseball season, but enough small items to sneak in a post during the midst of the Exit Interview series.The biggest is probably that...  [Posted on November 5, 2012 7:16 AM]


Exit Interview: Kyle McClellan

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into Mike...  [Posted on November 4, 2012 9:15 AM]


Exit Interview: Kyle Lohse

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into Mike...  [Posted on November 2, 2012 8:15 PM]


Exit Interview: Erik Komatsu

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into Mike...  [Posted on November 2, 2012 8:40 AM]


Exit Interview: Steven Hill

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into...  [Posted on October 31, 2012 8:45 AM]


Exit Interview: Tyler Greene

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into...  [Posted on October 30, 2012 5:00 PM]


Exit Interview: Brian Fuentes

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into...  [Posted on October 29, 2012 7:00 PM]


We Interrupt This Series

Not the World Series, though I will say that watching the Giant pitchers dominating what is a very powerful Detroit Tigers staff makes me feel a little better about the way the NLCS ended.  As of this moment the Tigers...  [Posted on October 28, 2012 9:50 PM]


Exit Interview: Chuckie Fick

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into...  [Posted on October 28, 2012 3:00 PM]


Exit Interview: Brandon Dickson

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into...  [Posted on October 27, 2012 8:00 PM]


Exit Interview: Lance Berkman

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into...  [Posted on October 25, 2012 7:15 AM]


Exit Interview: Bryan Anderson

To give myself a reason to look back on this season, I've started this series of blog posts to review each player that spent time in St. Louis during 2012.  More summaries than anything, I imagine the player coming into...  [Posted on October 24, 2012 3:00 PM]


An Unexpected Position

Well, this isn't where we thought we'd be in the afterglow of Thursday, is it?Sadly, it was foreseeable.  After all, Barry Zito is one of those lefties that, no matter how much the Cardinals should be able to hit him,...  [Posted on October 22, 2012 6:55 AM]


BBA Award Season: My Ballot

(Main entry, dealing with yesterday's game and tonight's do-or-die, is below.)As most regular readers know, this blog is part of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance.  Conceived as a way to get bloggers to interact with each other and use each other...  [Posted on October 12, 2012 8:40 AM]


All The Marbles

Amazing how quickly things can go from great to iffy, huh?Before Game 4, all the momentum was in the Cardinals' direction.  They'd pounded the Nationals in the last two games and looked to wrap this thing up quickly.  Instead, as...  [Posted on October 12, 2012 7:06 AM]


Ribs Are Overrated

There was so much buildup and excitement before yesterday's start by Chris Carpenter that I started to get concerned.  Baseball seems to love to "flip the script" and, after all, Carpenter is only human.  A human that had missed almost...  [Posted on October 11, 2012 6:28 AM]


Quieting The Noise

So I gotta figure there's a lot fewer Chicken Littles in Cardinal Nation today.  Twelve runs will do that.The Cards got behind again in the second, allowing a run to the Nationals.  Jaime Garcia wasn't sharp and apparently there...  [Posted on October 9, 2012 6:38 AM]


Time For The Real Show

I think it was David Ross that I read in one of the stories about how that wild card game didn't seem like the playoffs.  That is was more like a tough loss during the season than the culmination of a playoff...  [Posted on October 6, 2012 6:12 PM]


There's No Credit For Style Points

An INFIELD FLY is a fair fly ball (not including a line drive nor an attempted bunt) which can be caught by an infielder with ordinary effort, when first and second, or first, second and third bases are occupied, before...  [Posted on October 6, 2012 10:31 AM]


The Miller's Tale

It seemed like it was destined to be an unremarkable night.  So, of course, history thought about making an appearance.In his first start in the majors, Shelby Miller went five and two-thirds innings before finally allowing a flare off...  [Posted on October 4, 2012 6:30 AM]


Playoff Bound--But Which Playoff?

The Cardinals will be playing after Wednesday night, after Game 162.  Last night's win clinched at least a share of the second wild card, meaning that at worst they'd have a playoff with the Dodgers before a playoff with...  [Posted on October 2, 2012 6:35 AM]


Keeping You Informed: Lance Berkman Field

Sorry for no blog post this morning, but it's a busy time at the office.  Hope to get one up tomorrow before I head into work.  Until then, though, appreciate the fact that Lance Berkman played basically one-plus year with...  [Posted on October 1, 2012 4:47 PM]


Strengthening Their Position

After Friday, while there wasn't necessarily a state of panic within Cardinal Nation, there was definitely some unease.  The Cards had blown a ninth-inning lead and stood just a game and a half ahead of a surging Milwaukee squad....  [Posted on September 24, 2012 6:36 AM]


Live By The Sword, Die By The Sword

Last year, the Cardinals thrived with one last strike.  This year, their opponents are.For the third time in less than two weeks, the Cardinals were just a pitch away from winning a big ballgame, only to see a home...  [Posted on September 22, 2012 9:18 AM]


The Pause That Refreshes

Lance Lynn spent his time in the bullpen.  Apparently, he has no urge to go back.For the second straight outing after his stint out of the starting rotation, Lynn threw a solid game, pushing the Cardinal wild card lead...  [Posted on September 20, 2012 6:47 AM]


A Nice, Quiet Win

When you run out the pitcher with the highest winning percentage in baseball against a team that is on the verge of losing its 100th game, you would expect that there wouldn't be a lot of drama.  Thankfully, this...  [Posted on September 19, 2012 6:33 AM]


Saying Goodbye: A Q&A With Astros County

Tonight, the Houston Astros come into Busch Stadium for the last series as members of the NL Central.  While the rivalry may have faded some in the past few years, there was nothing like Astros-Cardinals games for most of the...  [Posted on September 18, 2012 11:50 AM]


Could Have Been Better, Could Have Been Worse

The Cardinals played their closest wild card rivals this weekend and were so very close to at least a series win, if not a series sweep.  Bullpen issues kept them from putting their stamp on the wild card, but...  [Posted on September 17, 2012 6:36 AM]


Anyone Seen A Utensil?

Hey, I was trying to set the table and I'm missing something.  I've got the spoon, I've got the knife....Oh, there the fork is.  Sticking out of the back of the Cardinals.OK, that's an overexaggeration.  The point still holds, though....  [Posted on September 13, 2012 6:43 AM]


Can Someone Stop The Bleeding?

It's a rare condition, this day and ageTo read any good news on the sports paper pageThe gloving tradition, pitching not in a bindSome people say are getting harder to findAnd there's no magic clue inside these dugout walls'Cause...  [Posted on September 12, 2012 6:47 AM]



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Heroes
Carlos Beltran (6)
Yadier Molina (5)
Matt Holliday (4)
Jon Jay (4)
Matt Carpenter (3)
Daniel Descalso (3)
Jaime Garcia (3)
Pete Kozma (3)
Shelby Miller (3)
Adam Wainwright (3)
Allen Craig (2)
Lance Lynn (2)
Tyler Lyons (2)
Edward Mujica (2)
Jake Westbrook (2)
David Freese (1)
Joe Kelly (1)
Seth Maness (1)
Trevor Rosenthal (1)
Michael Wacha (1)
Ty Wigginton (1)

2012 Top Hero: Matt Holliday (17)
2011 Top Hero: Lance Berkman (24)
2010 Top Heroes: Matt Holliday and Albert Pujols (24)
2009 Top Hero: Albert Pujols (28)
2008 Top Hero: Albert Pujols (25)

Goats
Jon Jay (6)
David Freese (5)
Mitchell Boggs (4)
Joe Kelly (4)
Pete Kozma (4)
Matt Carpenter (3)
Allen Craig (3)
Daniel Descalso (3)
Jaime Garcia (3)
Yadier Molina (3)
Matt Adams (2)
Carlos Beltran (2)
Matt Carpenter (2)
Matt Holliday (2)
Lance Lynn (2)
Seth Maness (1)
Shane Robinson (1)
Fernando Salas (1)
Adam Wainwright (1)
Jake Westbrook (1)

2012 Top Goat: Rafael Furcal (11)
2011 Top Goat: Ryan Theriot (12)
2010 Top Goat: Brendan Ryan (14)
2009 Top Goats: Rick Ankiel and Todd Wellemeyer (13)
2008 Top Goat: Troy Glaus (13)

Cardinal Nation Approval Ratings (March 2013)
Yadier Molina 96.2% (up 8.8%)
Chris Carpenter 89.8% (down 0.3%)
Derrick Goold 89.1% (up 6.3%)
Matt Holliday 88.4% (up 0.9%)
Allen Craig 88.3%
Adam Wainwright 88.2% (down 3.7%)
Jose Oquendo 87.1% (up 2.4%)
Jason Motte 86.9%
John Mozeliak 86.5% (up 1.1%)
United Cardinal Bloggers 85.2% (up 6.3%)
Bill DeWitt 85.1% (up 5.3%)
Mike Shannon 85.1% (down 0.2%)
John Rooney 84.5% (up 3.0%)
Mike Matheny 84.4% (up 3.3%)
David Freese 82.9% (down 2.6%)
Jon Jay 81.8% (up 10.7%)
Lance Berkman 80.6% (down 8.0%)
Jenifer Langosch 79.5%
Lance Lynn 79.5%
Dan McLaughlin 76.0% (up 8.0%)
Jim Hayes 73.0% (up 1.1%)
Ricky Horton 65.5% (down 2.0%)
Jaime Garcia 64.1%
Albert Pujols 59.2% (up 4.3%)
Ballpark Village 58.3%
Joe Strauss 54.3% (down 13.4%)

2012
Tony La Russa 88.2% (up 17.4%)
Mark McGwire 82.6% (up 20.1%)
Skip Schumaker 73.3% (up 9.2%)
B.J. Rains 69.5% (down 0.9%)
Kyle Lohse 68.9% (up 13.8%)
Al Hrabosky 66.4% (up 3.2%)
Colby Rasmus 46.5% (down 35.3%)

2011
Dave Duncan 87.9% (up 0.9%)
Matthew Leach 85.5%
Pop Warner 76.7%
Ryan Franklin 72.8% (up 3.1%)
John Vuch 68.9%
Jeff Luhnow 66.4%
Dan Lozano 58.7%

2009
Rick Ankiel 83.9%
Chris Duncan 69.1%


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