As Adam Wainwright seeks answers, I peek into the rotation of the match

Milwaukee – Cardinals and veteran novice Adam Wainwright identified his delivery elements he can tackle in the coming days and then Test Sunday in his final start to the regular season before the team decides to rotate after the season. Its availability and efficacy are only part of the conversation. They will formulate their choice … Read more

Broadcasting only, no TV, for Homer’s potential 700th match for Pujols on Friday

In today’s 10 a.m. video, writer Ben Hochmann shares his thoughts on the Cardinal’s frightening crime. Also, happy birthday shout out to Vince Coleman! As usual, Hochman picks a random St.Louis Cards card from the hat. Ten Hochman is presented by window state! Benjamin Hockman Four times this season, Cardinals games have been shown exclusively … Read more

The Cubs are just one of the teams that helped thwart MLB’s expanded playoff plan | St. Louis Cardinals

Major League Baseball, in its seemingly endless frenzy of changing the rules every year, created a 12-team playoff for the first time, including three wild card teams in each league to complete three major league champions in each league. Ostensibly, this is designed to keep more teams alive, and in attendance, late in the season. … Read more

Brandon Woodruff’s arm, Willie Adams bat beer makers | Major League Baseball

Steve Megary The Associated Press Milwaukee – Brandon Woodruff has given a huge boost to the injury-ridden Milwaukee Brewers. Woodruff hit 10 in eight innings and Willie Adams collided with Homer in three runs The Brewers also defeated the New York Yankees 4-1 on Saturday night. Woodruff’s big performance came one night after the Brewers … Read more

Quick hits: Jose Quintana tops again with the Cardinals scoring only the second round of Game Two in 11th place | St. Louis Cardinals

Jose Quintana expanded his record of the Cardinals to nine games early in his career with them, allowing them to run two runs or less. But Saturday night’s game against Cincinnati was his best. The 33-year-old left-hander only allowed two hits in eight goalless rounds, scoring six goals and collecting 11 touchdowns. It had to … Read more

Cardinals’ notebook: Back from his slight tuning, Dakota Hudson makes an important statement | St. Louis Cardinals

The four-hour flight down to Memphis, Dakota Hudson, gave the Cardinals’ clerk plenty of time necessary for some “self-talk” about how he ensured his demotion to AAA wasn’t a one-way trip. “If you don’t take yourself back and think about what you were doing and where you are going, you will never go back,” Hudson … Read more

Quick kicks: Jose Quintana excels again with the Cardinals who scored a run of the match only in 11th place | St. Louis Cardinals

Jose Quintana expanded his record of the Cardinals to nine games early in his career with them, allowing them to run two runs or less. But Saturday night’s game against Cincinnati was his best. The 33-year-old left-hander only allowed two hits in eight goalless rounds, scoring six goals and collecting 11 touchdowns. It had to … Read more

Cardinals’ notebook: To keep track of history, MLB will use baseballs tagged to Pujols’ 700th home | St. Louis Cardinals

In today’s 10 a.m. video, columnist Ben Hochman compares Albert Pujols’ home exploits to groups of other famous names in baseball. As usual, Hochman picks a random St Louis Cards from the hat. Ten Hochman is presented by window state! Benjamin Hockman According to the rule, ballpark officials across the majors can’t verify the authenticity … Read more

Lots to look forward to as Cardinals unlock keychain with Brewers | St. Louis Cardinals

Chasing a post-season slot, likely a wild berth with the Cardinals leading eight games before them, the Milwaukee Brewers have a decisive eight-game start Tuesday night when they play the Cardinals at Busch Stadium. Counting the two-game streak here, the Brewers will play eight straight games against the division’s pace setters—the Cardinals, New York Yankees … Read more

Rudy Telles homers twice as Brewers Reds hold out | Major League Baseball

Steve Megary The Associated Press Milwaukee – Rudy Telles shook twice, doubled and led in four runs as the Milwaukee Brewers held out in their ninth inning comeback attempt to beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-6 on Sunday. Willie Adams and Telles beat back-to-back teammates from Reds’ Justin Dunn (1-3) in the Brewers’ second half by … Read more