Tommy Edman

St. Louis Cardinals #19 - Third Base

  • Born: 05/09/95
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 180
  • Bats/Throws: S/R

Transaction Analysis 2/4/21: Cards Commit to Youngsters by Dealing Fowler to the Angels


Late last night, the Cards announced the following transaction: 2/4/21: Traded OF Dexter Fowler and cash considerations to the Los Angeles Angels for a player to be named later or cash...

2021 Cardinals: Best DEF team of the last 50 years?


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.

TA 2/1: Cards Officially Acquire Arenado from Rockies in Complex Deal


After several stops, starts and leaks, the Cards finally announced last night that they had acquired Nolan Arenado in the following transaction: 2/1/21: Traded LHP Austin Gomber, 3B Elehuris...

Saturday Stream of Consciousness: A Quandary of Circular Fears


Mozeliak admits that this will be a "long year" if the offense doesn’t improve. Why won’t they do something about it? Because they’re paralyzed by circular fears.

Tommy Edman: Balancing Patience and Aggressiveness


It is difficult to judge a player’s talent when the 2020 season was just his second in the majors. However, 2020 brought the expected regression for Tommy Edman. His high BABIP (.346), low walk...

Saturday Stream of Consciousness: One Month To Go


The Cardinals and MLB are one month from the start of Spring Training. That leaves a long laundry list of things to finalize before pitchers and catchers start their workouts.

The State of the Franchise


A big picture look at the Cardinals between seasons

If January is the New December, are moves coming?


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."

The Cardinals will be the NL Central offseason winners... by doing nothing


The rest of the NL Central is getting worse, the Cards are getting... less worse.

End of 2020 NL Central Transaction Update


Two clubs trade marquee players

John Mozeliak succeeds where Theo Epstein failed


Theo Epstein - dubbed "The World’s Greatest Leader" - skipped town when the Cubs fire sale began. Meanwhile, John Mozeliak and the Cardinals Just Keep Livin’.