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Injuries continue to pile up for St. Louis Cardinals

Yet another chapter has been written in the injury-riddled saga that has plagued the 2015 St. Louis Cardinals. Outfielder and legitimate NL Rookie of the Year contender Randal Grichuk landed on the disabled list Monday with an elbow strain that he sustained during Sunday’s game. Since the All-Star Break, Grichuk has been red hot, knocking 14 extra-base hits, including 8 HRs. His...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals: Is Jon Jay the most polarizing Cardinal?

Ask any St. Louis Cardinals fan about Jon Jay, and you’ll rarely receive a pragmatic response. They’ll most likely either unequivocally love him, or passionately despise him. Countless arguments spanning all of Cardinal Nation, particularly on social media, have erupted with Jay’s innocent face fueling the flames. Don’t believe me? Just do a quick “Jon Jay” Twitter search...
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June 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardinals: Should Jon Jay Be Starting Frequently?

There isn’t a hotter topic in Cardinal nation. Should Jon Jay be starting for the Cardinals and doing it so frequently? Get on twitter and search the hashtag, “#STLCards” and you will see daily sweat gorged battles over this. With Randal Grichuk playing well and showing a bat with fewer holes in it and defensively genius and speed demon Peter Bourjos on the bench, should Jay...
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June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Why the St Louis Cardinals should trade Jon Jay

For the type of player he is, Jon Jay’s journey as a big leaguer has had more contention than it reasonably should. A pretty humble guy, Jay doesn’t draw attention to himself. He’s not overly flashy. The St. Louis Cardinals centerfielder just seems to go about his business regardless of what’s happening around him. But for someone whose personality attracts little controversy...
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January 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Jon Jay strikes out on 4-2 pitch as everyone forgets count

Your browser does not support iframes.St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Jon Jay was a strikeout victim despite being pitched four balls when seemingly everyone, including the umpire and himself, forgot the count during his seventh inning at-bat in Wednesday night's game against Tampa Bay.Here's the recap of the at-bat as Jay faced Rays pitcher Alex Cobb:First pitch was down the middle...
Via Holdout Sports
July 24, 2014  |  3 Comments

Jon Jay: St. Louis Cardinals outfielder is average and that is okay

With the arrival of Oscar Taveras in St. Louis, many are already speculating about the future of Jon Jay with the St. Louis Cardinals. Meanwhile, Jay has been playing a lot of late, taking the bulk of the playing time in center field as the Cardinals try to keep pace with the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Central. For the most part, Jay has played well and anytime you can write in...
Via Cardinals Farm
June 01, 2014  |  1 Comment

Why St. Louis Cardinals fans are too hard on Jon Jay and Lance Lynn

If you are one of the many St. Louis Cardinals fans who follow along on Twitter while watching the games on television or listening on the radio, you will quickly notice several interesting trends when it comes to the general consensus of #CardinalNation. Of course there are examples of constant praise, but those types of positive micro-blogs are often loudly overshadowed by disdain...
Via Cardinals Farm
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Jon Jay’s Authentic Collection Balaclava For Sale

Jon Jay got a pinch hit attempt and an inning of work in LF last night for the Cardinals. Nothing too groundbreaking about the whole deal. But if you were playing close attention, you might have noticed Mr. Jay sporting the authentic Cardinals balaclava. It’s cold in Pittsburgh, though. Right? We can argue the merits of 42 degrees (the temperature at the end of the game) and at...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
April 06, 2014  |  Discuss

What Role Will Jon Jay Play?

  Jon Jay, last year’s starting centerfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals, suddenly finds himself without a starting position. But that’s not to say  he doesn’t play a potentially important role on the team. In 2011, Jay played in 159 games, producing a slash line of .297/.344/.424. In 2012, he played in 117 games with a slash of .305/.373/.400. And last year, he played in...
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January 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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