MMO Game Recap: Mets 5, Cardinals 0 #DeGromination

The Mets (24-18) defeated the St. Louis Cardinals (27-14) by a score of 5-0, splitting the four game set. Jacob deGrom had one of the best outings of his young career, which saw him pitching eight innings of one-hit ball, striking out eleven batters, and retiring the last twenty-three Cardinals to face him. His opposition, Jaime Garcia, pitched a solid game as well, and kept the...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Lynn solid again, leads Cardinals to win over Brewers

ST. LOUIS (AP) Lance Lynn extended his April success with five solid innings and Matt Holliday had a two-run single in the first inning, lifting the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night. Lynn (1-1) allowed one run and six hits. He pushed his April record to 13-2 since 2012, the best record in the majors over that period. Wily Peralta (0...
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April 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardinals Play A Personality Series Against Cincinnati

Ask a Cardinals fan what they thought about this past weekend’s series against the Cincinnatti Reds and you’re going to find out about their personality real quick. If they start off with ‘2 of 3 in a series on the road is always a good thing’ or ‘damn did Wacha and Martinez look good’ then you’re probably dealing with a positive person. You more negative friends might...
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April 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Buffa’s Bullets: Trevor Rosenthal’s Steady Start Continues

Good afternoon, Cardinals fans. As the day of leisure settles in and more baseball is on the way this afternoon, allow me to fire some bullets your way. The Cards are off to a 2-2 start, including a premature rainout in Chicago. Even though the team has scored three runs or more in three of the four games, reading fan forums and message boards would lead one to believe the team is...
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April 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Letting Sam Freeman Go

Two days ago, the St. Louis Cardinals traded Sam Freeman to the Texas Rangers for . . . a little bit more than nothing. I believe the official phrasing was “cash or a player to be named later.”I wasn’t surprised by this move, but I was very surprised by the general fan reaction (at least as I experienced it). Generally, it seems, fans were not only unprepared for this trade...
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March 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Professio”Nole” Athlete of the Week: Randy Choate

It was a quiet week for former Florida State athletes playing professionally. Neither Brooks Koepka nor Daniel Berger made noise on the golf course. Spring training for Major League Baseball however, is underway and a crafty lefty shined in his first relief appearance. St. Louis Cardinals’ relief pitcher Randy Choate is the Professio”Nole” Athlete of the Week for the week of...
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March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Countdown to Cardinals: 36

Days until Opening Night, Cardinals vs. Cubs on ESPN: 36 First player/coach to wear #36: Clyde Shoun (1938) Last player/coach to wear #36: Randy Choate (Current) Player/coach to wear #36 in the most seasons: John Denny (6) Number of players/coaches to wear #36: 41 Last time not worn: 2005 Other interesting names tied to #36: Jeff Weaver (2006), Jim Kaat (1980-83), Russ Springer ...
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February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Examining how Randy Choate can be an effective reliever for the St. Louis Cardinals

It is a rare occasion that I write on a major league topic, but I wanted to share some frustration I had recently. The topic of Randy Choate came up in one of the Facebook groups I am a part of and I felt like there was some unfair criticisms unleashed on the 39-year old LOOGY.Prior to the 2013 season, the Cardinals inked the then 36-year old reliever to a 3-year, $7.5 million deal...
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February 25, 2015  |  Discuss

McNeal: Pitchers need to achieve these stats to lead Cardinals' playoff push

ST. LOUIS -- Winning 90 games should be enough to put the Cardinals in the postseason for the fifth straight year. Who knows if they again can get there, but I do know if enough of their pitchers and position players can finish with the numbers I've assigned to them, the Cardinals will not be heading home at least until mid-October. Matt Belisle: 60 outings or fewer. With an average...
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February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

MLB 'Truck Day': Teams load up tricyles, clothes, drinks and more for spring training

Pitchers and catchers report any day now but before they arrive, teams need to get the club's equipment in order. Thus, the "Truck Day" tradition continues across Major League Baseball, when teams load up 18-wheelers bound for their spring training homes in Arizona or Florida with everything the clubs will need.   Equipment managers and staff load up practical baseball items like...
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February 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Poll Results: Which St. Louis Cardinal could be traded next?

It seems like my poll questions have been curses lately, in that something happens throughout the week to make the question no longer valid. It has happened several times this offseason and with the winter meetings this week, I was certain it would have happened this week with this specific question.Prior to the winter meetings, the Cardinals appeared to be targeting a bench bat...
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December 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals' shopping list is shorter, even without new additions

SAN DIEGO -- When the offseason began, the Cardinals were planning to shop for a lefty reliever and pursue an upgrade at backup catcher. But they have crossed those items off their already-short to-do list. That comes with the ubiquitous caveat that stuff happens, but based on general manager John Mozeliak's remarks Monday afternoon at the Winter Meetings, things already have changed...
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December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Prioritizing The Cardinals’ Holiday Shopping List

Black Friday is quickly approaching, which sits as the unofficial start to the Christmas buying season, but for the Cardinals, the seasonal shopping is well underway. With the addition of Jason Heyward and Jordan Walden, the St. Louis Cardinals have addressed two of their biggest outstanding needs in the young offseason already: an all-around upgrade in the everyday lineup and a...
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November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Japan beats MLB All-Stars 6-4 in exhibition game

NAHA, Japan (AP) Yuki Yanagita drove in two runs in the eighth inning as Japan beat the Major League Baseball All-Stars 6-4 Thursday in an exhibition game following their five-game postseason tour. With runners on second and third and Japan leading 3-2, Yanagita singled to center off reliever Randy Choate to give his team a two-run lead. The hosts scored another run in the eighth...
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November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Cardinals Expected To Pursue Andrew Miller In Free Agency

Perhaps St. Louis is in the cards for Andrew Miller. Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch wrote Tuesday he’s been “told a few times” that the Cardinals will target Miller in free agency this offseason. The Cardinals are looking for a left-handed bullpen upgrade over Randy Choate, according to Goold. Miller, of course, fits the bill, as he’s coming off his best major...
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November 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals Rumors: St Louis will attempt to trade Randy Choate

Randy Choate is the quintessential specialist: left-handers hit only .093/.205/.147 against him in 2014 (7 for 75), but righties slammed him to the tune of .385/.458/.481 (20 for 52). That split made Cardinals manager Mike Matheny reluctant to use him for full innings, and as a result, Choate threw only 36 innings, expensive innings as Choate was paid $3 million in 2014. He's owed...
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October 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals play deep into October, again fall short

ST. LOUIS (AP) Mike Matheny has led the Cardinals deep into October all three seasons since replacing Tony La Russa as manager. When St. Louis falls short each year, he bears the weight of expectations. An injury to Yadier Molina, shaky starting pitching by Adam Wainwright, John Lackey and Shelby Miller, a lack of clutch hitting in the middle of the batting order and defensive gaffes...
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October 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-Yankee Randy Choate could be the next round's Joba

The Yankees October spirit lives!In the first round, old friend Joba Chamberlain sabotaged Detroit's year.Last night, it was Randy Choate throwing a ball into right field to kill the Cards. Next round? I'd keep your eyes on the Royals' Jayson Nix.
October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Randy Choate, Platoon Splits, and Arm Slots

It was the inning that shouldn’t have been. First, in the tenth inning of Game Three of the National League Championship series, the Giants saw Brandon Crawford stroll to the plate against Randy Choate. It’s easy to say that the matchup didn’t favor the hitter based on Choate’s career splits. Choate has struck out 27% […]
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October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Choating One Away

The error was almost incidental, the speeding up of the inevitable. After all, even if Randy Choate throws a strike to first base, there are still runners at second and third with one out with a left-handed Joe Panik coming up, meaning that Choate would have likely stayed in for that.  Anyone want to bet on whether he’d have gotten out [...]
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October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Seth Maness’ girlfriend upset Cardinals put in Randy Choate

Even St. Louis Cardinals WAGs are complaining about Mike Matheny’s handling of the bullpen during Game 3 of the NLCS on Tuesday. Cards reliever Seth Maness followed Marco Gonzales and Pat Neshek by throwing a scoreless inning in relief of John Lackey. Maness went 1-2-3 against the Giants in the bottom of the 9th and...Read More
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October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Giants beat Cardinals in 10th on Choate wild throw

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Bruce Bochy sat back in his chair, took a deep breath and pondered another wacky October win for his San Francisco Giants. The wild-card Giants finally got a bunt down, and then the baserunning became a breeze. Because come postseason, this bunch sure finds a way. Pretty? Hardly. And they don't care about style points. An errant throw by reliever Randy Choate...
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October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

NLCS GM 3: Cardinals Choate One Away In 10th

Not a single thing you read/hear/see will make you feel better. It won’t. For every Kolten Wong walk-off home run, there is a Randy Choate wild throw. Sports can be the best thing ever on the good days and suck the happy out of every corner of your soul two days later. It’s why we watch and why we… just… can’t. If the Cardinals end up losing the 2014 NLCS, we’ll undoubtedly...
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October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

The art of bunting: Giants use small ball to take NLCS lead

When Game 3 of the National League Championship Series mattered most and the San Francisco Giants just couldn’t get a bunt down, that’s when Gregor Blanco started talking to himself. “Calm down, plant your feet better, and just put it down,” he thought. And then: “Just run as fast as you can.” The St. Louis Cardinals’ defense took care of the rest. “Anybody can swing...
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October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Giants take 2-1 NLCS lead as Randy Choate’s error on sac bunt haunts Cardinals

In Game 3 of this NLCS, the San Francisco Giants would jump out to a 4-0 lead in the Bottom of the 1st against John Lackey, who the Giants lost two games against him in the 2002 World Series (Games 4 and 7) during Lackey’s rookie season with the Angels. Lackey, the 12-year veteran would bounce back strong as the four first inning runs were the only runs allowed in his six innings...
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October 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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