Arenado’s addition plus an excellent supporting core should make the 2021 Cardinals one of the franchise’s best defensive teams of the last half-century.
A Saturday stream of consciousness on the Cardinals’ unwillingness to make moves this winter and Jeff Jones’ instruction to me to "work on believing it."
If the Cardinals want to project a contending, 90-win roster, they need more production from their core. That’s where Paul DeJong comes in.
The versatile utility infielder with a consistent bat is the right combination of practical, budget-friendly, and satisfying to put on your Cardinals Christmas list!
The Cardinals signed two utility infielders to non-roster contracts with an invitation to Spring Training. Are they any good? Where do they fit in the depth chart?
Since making his debut Paul DeJong’s hitting and fielding stats have gone in different directions. The shortstop exploded onto the scene in 2017 when he posted a 123 wRC+ with 25 home runs....