"For all sad words of tongue and pen, The saddest are these: It might have been." John Greenleaf WhittierTHATS A WINNER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cardinals hang on and beat the Orioles 1-0................
Drew Rom gets his first MLB career win
Palacios with a homer (3rd in 2 games) for the only run scored
Bullpen with another strong performance
Helsley with another save......
I believe that's 3 straight series wins on the road...........
Oh , what COULD have been.....
i agree, except carlson is hurt, burleson is a negative in the field, nootbar is just back from injury and we have to play edmanThere is zero reason for TON to be on this team next year. He is at best 7th on the outfield depth chart
What would O'Neill bring back in trade value? He has missed more than 63 games this year. He has had only one season where he played in more than 100 games. Last year was he played in 96. He hit 34 homeruns with 80 something RBI's in 2021. He has not been able to match those stats since or before. I think he has a total of 23 homers in the last 2 years. He is part of an outfield that lacks punch and is too often injured. The outfield of O'Neill, Bader, and Carlson was just a fleeting mirage floated by ownership and the front office that many of us bought on face value.i agree, except carlson is hurt, burleson is a negative in the field, nootbar is just back from injury and we have to play edman
there because were short on outfielders right now. i hoped we'd trade him at the deadline. we needed to showcase him and/or
Carlson to Seattle to reap some of their pitching. so much for that idea.
Of course Mozeliak will say they like this group while they trot out their sub-standard pitching staff.A 5-4 loss Friday to Phillies gave Cardinals their 82nd loss, their first losing season in 15 years, and highlighted four players would could be part of turnaround.www.stltoday.com
A pesky rally in the ninth comes up short as Cardinals strand 15 runners on base in the game, lose 5-4, and cement their first losing season since 2007.www.stltoday.com
While Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol is said to return in his current role, a ‘natural churn’ with the major league staff and front office may be expected.www.stltoday.com