St Louis Cardinals 2023

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i was enjoying the post season until i started counting the ex cards on the field/in the dugouts still playing.....yeesh.
came up with 18.
 
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skyIdub

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Just hopped in to say thanks for Jordan Montgomery! (not/s)

Cards were always my 2nd fave after the Rangers...until...you know....they ripped out my heart....stomped it into mush....then scraped it off the pavement and threw it into a wood chipper.

Feel free to root for us now!

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IlliniwekKDR

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Yadi in the dugout:

i hope so but i'll believe this when i see it. my negative vibes from the front office make me think nobody who acts
differently than they do are going to get a prominent position. I feel like maybe a minor league offer to teach catchers
is an automatic no and exactly what they want.

on an equally negative note... cards will never compete for top free agent pitching and tend to over value our players
when discussing trades. i will not get my hopes up on either until i see it. Second and third level pitching maybe, others
AA or AAA guys who have not appeared at the MLB level for our AAA guys maybe. Somebody is going to have to want
Burleson, Knizner, Baker, O'niell or Yepez. Gorman or Edman are too valuable and wont get traded but one or more of
them will have to be in any deal for a front of the rotation guy. Burleson or Donovan might be worth something in this
arena.

Give it to me, i can take it.
 
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Yadi in the dugout:

i hope so but i'll believe this when i see it. my negative vibes from the front office make me think nobody who acts
differently than they do are going to get a prominent position. I feel like maybe a minor league offer to teach catchers
is an automatic no and exactly what they want.

on an equally negative note... cards will never compete for top free agent pitching and tend to over value our players
when discussing trades. i will not get my hopes up on either until i see it. Second and third level pitching maybe, others
AA or AAA guys who have not appeared at the MLB level for our AAA guys maybe. Somebody is going to have to want
Burleson, Knizner, Baker, O'niell or Yepez. Gorman or Edman are too valuable and wont get traded but one or more of
them will have to be in any deal for a front of the rotation guy. Burleson or Donovan might be worth something in this
arena.

Give it to me, i can take it.
I agree especially with the overvaluation of players. You only have to go back to the dream outfield of O'Neill, Bader, and Carlson. And some fans bought this hook, line, and sinker. I saw some other fan pages where people were calling them the best outfield in baseball before they had played a full season. This idea, in my view, came from publicity promoted by the Cardinal organization. As far as trades go, to get an established pitchers, one or more of the frontline players will have to go. St. Louis still has a log jam at a lot of positions. Potentially there could be a lot of turnover.
 
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