I've written about the Cardinals since 2003, and here since 2008.
I've spent most of my life in Springfield, Illinois, where you can see all manners of things, including, somehow, a small airport, named after Abraham Lincoln. I went to school at the University of Missouri, where there is a statue of Beetle Bailey.
Jake Westbrook bumps Michael Wacha from the St. Louis Cardinals' rotation, which is probably the last time we'll be hearing that phrase.
The St. Louis Cardinals' ace is making up for his outwardly unimpressive return from elbow surgery in a hurry.
Kolten Wong is having a great season that has not gotten him any closer to the St. Louis Cardinals' starting second base gig, and that's perfectly okay.
Topps wants us to write about '80s baseball players, so I wrote about the most '80s baseball player.
A slow start and Edward Mujica's timely appearance have masked it, but Trevor Rosenthal is having a remarkable season for the St. Louis Cardinals. But where should he be having it?
The biggest difference between the old Cardinals and the new Cardinals: The old Cardinals would have been the ones starting Ervin Santana in this game.
Yadier Molina isn't as interesting a story as the St. Louis Cardinals' inexhaustible supply of pitchers, but he's even more crucial.
The Cardinals have a decision to make at shortstop, and it's both difficult and not especially consequential.
The St. Louis Cardinals signed Ty Wigginton because the slower he gets, the more like Ty Wigginton he becomes.
The Cleveland Indians got a 10-strikeout game out of Scott Kazmir. The more impressive thing was just how much like Scott Kazmir he looked.
The St. Louis Cardinals don't need to do better than Pete Kozma right now, so when will they do better than Pete Kozma?
The St. Louis Cardinals are going to do something else with their bullpen, because what else are they going to do?
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