Ch, Ch, Ch, Changes

Just like this site was in big time need of a few changes, so too is the 2007 version of the St. Louis Cardinals. So sit back, relax, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and get comfy, this could take a while. And ooh yes, it’s going to hurt. But it will hurt ooh so good.

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When Is A Sweep Not A Sweep?

When you sweep the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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If You Thought This Was Rock Bottom, Things Can Get Worse

Don’t believe me? Just check out and read The Commish’s stories from Monday.

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Taste Of Their Own Medicine

Now the hitters know how the pitching rotation has felt all season long. The last four games the Cardinals hitters have put up 8, 7, 4, & 4 runs. And in those games, the Cardinals pitchers have given up 4, 9, 5, & 14 runs. It’s no surprise that the Cardinals are 1-4 in those games, and have lost 3 in a row.

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One Game Does Not Make A Trend

Last nights 8-4 pounding of the Dodger’s sure makes it easy for everyone to get some sleep at night. But let’s not get to far a head of our selves.

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Always Listen To Your Mother.

I don’t know about the rest of you, but my mother always told me growing up, “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.” Well even though Mother’s Day just ended, and you really should listen to you mother. When it comes to the 2007 version of the St. Louis Cardinals, if you don’t say bad things about them, you won’t say anything at all.

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Up From Rock Bottom

Yah that’s right, someone else actually blogs here too. College will do that too yah. Good to be back if only for one post. Too early to tell if I’ll be able to drop some more knowledge on this blog. Anyway, let’s get to it. I have a lot of stuff I’ve been wanting to talk about since the season began and no time to put it into words. So I’m gonna break this post into various topics I’ve been wanting to address. Here are the topics: What Offseason?, Slow Start and LaRussa, Surprises, Chris Duncan is the Man, Hancock, and Outlook. Enjoy. Continue reading