Tag Archives: St. Louis Cardinals

Jason Isringhausen and 300 Saves

CHRIS PUMMER: Not a lot of people seem enthused about Jason Isringhausen getting his 300th save, and I think that’s too bad. Ok, as far as milestones go, it’s not a big deal. But considering the injuries and struggles he had earlier in his career as a starter, why can’t we enjoy this kind of marker as a celebration of second chances? Continue reading

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MLB Previews: Cardinals, Rays, Rangers, Blue Jays, Nationals

The Rangers look like the best in the AL West by a slender margin. The Cardinals are close enough that they could win the NL Central. The Rays and Jays are taking different approaches, while the Nationals are bad. Very bad. Continue reading

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Perpetual Post NL Central Preview

Perpetual Post writers Howard Megdal, Jason Clinkscales and Chris Pummer deliver a rundown of how they see the National League Central Division shaping up this season. Continue reading

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The Pujols Paradox

CHRIS PUMMER: Albert Pujols is great. So great that the Cardinals really have no choice but to try everything within reason to keep their homegrown star and surefire Hall of Famer. Just understand the uneasiness and discomfort that settles in their stomachs when writing the check.

HOWARD MEGDAL: I happen to believe the Cardinals will never have cause to regret signing Albert Pujols to a contract matching Alex Rodriguez’s 10-year, $300 million deal. Continue reading

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