Matt Holliday

St. Louis Cardinals #7 - Left Field

  • Born: 01/15/80
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 235
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
2014 Cardinals 15 56 7 14 4 0 1 7 9 9 1 1 .250 .354 .375

Cards extend John Mozielak

The Cardinals have signed their general manager John Mozielak to a two-year extension, pushing the end of his contract back to 2018. Will we have figured out what the Cardinals Way means by then?

Matt Holliday defies age-related decline

The Cardinals' leftfielder has continued to produce at very high levels despite advancing in age. Matt Holliday's Age-31 to Age-33 seasons compare favorably with some all-time greats who continued to perform well into their mid-30s.

Sunday Rockpile Links: Rockies contenders in 2014?

Troy Renck thinks the Rockies could be competitive in 2014. That plus more news and notes on the Rockies for Sunday, March 23rd

Revisiting the CarGo and Tulo extensions

It's hard to believe that it's been three years already since Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki signed long-term extensions with the Rockies. Let's check in on how that has gone so far.

2014 VEB Community Projections: Matt Holliday

In Colorado, from ages 24-28, Matt Holliday hit .319/.386/.552 for an OPS+ of 131. In St. Louis, from ages 29-33, Matt Holliday hit .306/.389/.520 for an OPS+ of 148. A lot of words have been...

Excuses exhausted for Dayan Viciedo, but not hope

The Tank enters his third season as a starter with the same breakout potential, fatal flaws

Brew Crew Blasts: The Bad Ones

The best news about these home runs is that they still only counted for one.

Is Nate Jones the Bizarro Allen Craig?

Allen Craig is patron saint of performing with runners in scoring position, but who is his polar opposite?

Matt Holliday: Low Ball Hitter?

We took a deeper look at Matt Holliday's hitting numbers. Is he really the low ball hitter everyone says he is? Will he be able to catch up on fastballs up in the zone as his career moves along? We break it all down here.

2013: Another Happy Holliday Season

Matt Holliday had a really good season again in 2013. Given the offensive environment he played in, it might be the most impressive season of his career.

What are fair expectations for the Rockies?

Many of us feel as though the Rockies should have been over the years -- or should now be -- better than they are. But are we fooling ourselves?

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