Tag Archives: Tyler Greene

Cards make some moves and gain some ground

The Tyler Greene experiment is finally over.  I think most of us were rooting for Greene, and hoping he could tap into all the talent in that body.  With the speed, the range and the power potential, Greene was easily … Continue reading

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Wainwright getting better, but Cards still have some disturbing trends

The Cards lost only their second series of the year, this time to the Houston Astros. Adam Wainwright is looking better and was able to hold off the sweep, and it may be just in time as Kyle Lohse, Jake … Continue reading

Posted in May2012 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Cards denied sweep over Brewers because of a blunder and a brain fart

The Cards bats came back to life over the weekend, and it was looking like they were in the driver’s seat to stretch out their wings over the NL Central. The first 2 games of the series were won easily, … Continue reading

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Starting pitching, Matt Holliday and down on the farm highlights

The bats were as cold for the weather with a few exceptions, but the Cardinals won their 6th straight series this weekend (if you count the opening game at the Marlins) at the Pittsburgh Pirates. Lance Lynn continues to look … Continue reading

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Cards continue to roll with tough decisions coming soon

The Cardinals continued to roll this weekend as they took 2 of 3 from the Cubs. Adam Wainwright looked awful in the home opener, but we all need to give him time to come back fully from TJS. The good … Continue reading

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