MLB:Cubs Break Through for Samardzija

Apparently the Chicago Cubs have no offense with Jeff Samardzija is on the mound. The Cubs went 20 innings without giving him run support and were able to rectify it as they got an RBI single by Ryan Sweeney


Cardinals: Rotation Full Of Young Arms, No Contract Extensions

The depth the Cardinals have in the rotation is hardly a state secret. After veteran Adam Wainwright, the Cardinals have six young pitchers who have yet to reach arbitration, including current starters Michael Wacha, Shelby Miller, Lance Lynn, and


For Have-nots, Re-Opening Day Means Despair

Re-Opening Day has arrived from Down Under, a time for faith and hope and optimism across the country, the seamheads tell us. Me? I view the start of the major league baseball season through 3-D glasses – Doubt, Despair,

TB Rays

Tuck: Bold Predictions For The 2014 MLB Season

Wil Myers will be a big reason why the Tampa Bay Rays are going to the World Series! Will it end better for them this time around?


St. Louis’ Brand New Ballpark Village Establishes Its Rules

The newly established Ballpark Village in St. Louis sets down their ground rules.


Cardinals Favored To Win NL Pennant Again

The St. Louis Cardinals are looking like another pennant winner this spring.


Cardinals Prospect Oscar Taveras Likely To Miss Opening Day

Oscar Taveras of the Cardinals is undergoing ankle problems and will unlikely play on Opening Day.

Matt Carpenter 18-02-00

Matt Carpenter, Cards Talking Extension

Matt Carpenter had a breakout season in 2013, handling a position switch to second base just fine and

Jason Motte

Jason Motte Not Expecting To Be Ready For Season

Jason Motte is coming back from Tommy John elbow surgery, but the former Cardinals closer said yesterday


Jake Westbrook To Retire

After 13 seasons in the Major Leagues and 18 years in professional baseball, right-hander Jake Westbrook