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St. Louis Cardinals preview: Youth brigade leads repeat in 2014

St. Louis Cardinals preview

Michael Wacha could emerge as the current and future ace of the Cards staff. (Mark L. Baer/USA TODAY Sports) For the St. Louis Cardinals, the buzzwords are not without cause: age and depth reign. Five months removed from a hard-fought World Series appearance — their second in three years and fourth in past the decade — the Cardinals expect More...

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Matt Carpenter
By Tyler Maher On Monday, November 18th, 2013
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St. Louis Cardinals MVP: Matt Carpenter or Yadier Molina?

Matt Carpenter was the Cardinals’ most valuable player in 2013. (Charles LeClaire/USA TODAY Sport) Since the MVP results were announced last Thursday, it seems all anyone wants to talk about is Miguel Cabrera More...

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By Jose Gordillo On Thursday, October 31st, 2013
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Is Carlos Beltran a Hall of Famer?

The numbers show Carlos Beltran has a good case for the Hall of Fame. (nydailiynews.com) Whenever a player’s performance can be said to match Babe Ruth’s, it puts him in the upper echelons of the baseball world. More...

Carlos Martinez
By Steve Randel On Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
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Carlos Martinez is a man on a mission for the Cardinals

One of the colorful sidebars in this year’s World Series was Carlos Martinez, a flamboyant young relief pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, who nobody ever heard of until a few weeks ago. This kid’s More...

Armbrister (right) was in the middle of call shades of the 2013 World Series.
By R. Lincoln Harris On Sunday, October 27th, 2013
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Shades of Ed Armbrister in the 2013 World Series

Armbrister (right) was in the middle of call shades of the 2013 World Series. Reading the “Give me Liberty, or give me Death!” speech by Patrick Henry is always inspiring to me. And one of the lines More...

Michael Wacha
By admin On Saturday, October 26th, 2013
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2014 fantasy baseball profile: Michael Wacha

Each postseason, there is at least a player or two that makes a name for themselves with their play. With a 4-0 record and a 1.00 ERA so far in the playoffs, it is safe to say that Michael Wacha is becoming more More...


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