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The Commish, Rick Hummel, joins Bernie live from Friendly's Sports Bar and Grill in South St. Louis County at 3971 Bayless Ave. Rick offers up his thoughts about the Cardinals offseason as he discusses how John Mozeliak has struggled signing free agent pitchers to long term contracts and wonders how Steven Matz will pan out.
There's just more than two weeks left in the regular season. Dylan Carlson and Steven Matz have returned. Tyler "O'Neill and Jordan Hicks have hit the injured list.We talk about these latest moves, then how the organization struggles to develop pitching. Finally, we talk about the players selected for the AFL and answer your questions. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit cardinalsoffday.substack.com
Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina set the record for games started as battery mates - Game Recap Fun facts about the careers of Wainwright and Yadi together Injury updates on Steven Matz, Dylan Carlson and Genesis Cabrera Preview of the upcoming series against the Cincinnati Reds Roberto Clemente Day in MLB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bernie follows up on his chat with Eric Edholm with a few additional NFL week one thoughts. He also digs in to why the Cardinals have been able to overtake the Brewers in the NL Central during the season's second half. Bernie provides updates on Dylan Carlson and Steven Matz's rehab from their injuries.
The St. Louis Cardinals defeat the Washington Nationals 4 - 1 - Jose Quintana has another solid and steady outing - Nolan Gorman cuts his hair and break out of his slump - Ryan Helsley got a new intro and it's straight fire Nolan Gorman has been better than people think and fans need to pump the brakes on thinking he shouldn't play as much Dakota Hudson and Steven Matz throw in the minors Preview of tonight's game with Jordan Montgomery getting the start Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
- August has been a great month for the Cardinals - Albert Pujols will continue to get opportunities - Tyler O'Neill is the key to the Cardinals offense - Baseball needs to continue to grow the game - JoJo Romero and Zack Thompson emerging out of the bullpen - Pitching help is on the way with Steven Matz and Jack Flaherty
Long time scout and World Series Campion Billy Blitzer joins AMBS and Dave. Billy talks about his greatest scouting day ever and the two pitchers involved. He also reveals the #1 highlight in his sports career and how Theo Epstein was involved. A disciple of scouting legend Ralph DiLullo, Billy is quick to give credit to his mentor for plucking him out of Youth Services & Hunter College and into his first gig with the MLB Scouting Bureau. Credited with opening up Amatuer Scouting in the burroughs of NY, Billy is very well decorated- Meritorious Service Award by the NYBWA (First Scout EVER!), latest inductee into NY Baseball HOF, and the Dick Young Award. Tommy Lasorda, Jaimie Moyer, Manny Rameriz, Shawon Dunston, Steven Matz, Al Leiter, Marcus Stroman ... Billy has experiences with them all. Stay tuned until the end to learn about his latest Save the Game project and what it means to him to be a ball player.
Bernie is broadcasting live from Friendly's Sports Bar and Grill at 3971 Bayless in south St. Louis County. Bernie looks ahead at the Cardinals pitching staff and points out how it was essential to upgrade the starting pitching with Steven Matz's status in doubt and Dakota Hudson's inconsistent performance.
Will Carroll joins the show for his weekly Tuesday visit to break down the latest ways in which injury statuses are impacting the Cardinals' pitching rotation through the end of the year. The Injury Expert offers updates on Jack Flaherty, Steven Matz, a workload limitation for Andre Pallante, as well as info on Matt Carpenter's unfortunate injury and plenty more.
2:00 – Cardinals open up two game set in Toronto, Goldschmidt & Arenado out. 2:15 – Could the Steven Matz injury be the push the Cardinals need to get aggressive? 2:30 – What's Trending? 2:45 – The Lineup Game 3:00 – Florida Panthers Forward Matthew Tkachuk 3:15 – NFL No Huddle 3:30 – Former Blues Forward Jamal Mayers 3:45 – The Blue Jays are one on the hottest teams in the MLB, what do you expect the offense to look like? 4:00 – The Gauntlet 4:15 – Is there a starting pitcher available that would make the Cardinals better? 4:30 – Athletes & Coaches vs. Media – What is the responsibility of the media? 4:45 – The Fast Lane talks about being at Centene Community Ice Center for Blues Youth Summer Hockey Camp 5:00 – Who needs to have a big second half for the Cardinals? 5:15 – Sports Six Pack 5:30 – Kyler Murray needs to be motivated to study? 5:45 – What You Missed + Criticisms & Compliments
This is a segment from the first hour of Monday night's Sports Open Line. Matt Pauley is joined by Carter Chapley, the Digital Baseball Producer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and STL Pinch Hits, to discuss a variety of Cardinals topics: unvaccinated players missing games in Toronto, the decision to pursue Juan Soto or starting pitching (or both), Steven Matz and Harrison Bader continuing to be plagued by injury, and the BIrds' series loss to Cincinnati...oh, and Tim Horton's. Hear the full hour here: https://omny.fm/shows/sports-open-line/goldschmidt-arenado-to-miss-toronto-series-due-to
In the first hour of tonight's Sports Open Line, Matt Pauley speaks with Carter Chapley, Digital Baseball Producer at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, on Cardinals superstars Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado missing the upcoming series in Toronto due to vaccine requirements. Not to mention, the Cards just dropped 2 of 3 to the Reds, and Steven Matz is injured again. Matt spends the latter half of the hour taking your calls and texts to get your thoughts on the vaccine situation. Tomorrow: Cardinals @ Blue Jays at 6:07pm CT. Follow Matt Pauley on Twitter @MattPauleyOnAir
Not only did the St, Louis Cardinals lost two of three games over the weekend, but they also lost Steven Matz to injury (again). Matz was cruising against the Reds on Saturday before tearing his MCL in an attempt to field a ground ball. It was never a secret that the Cardinals need pitching, but does this loss steer them in a direction away from Juan Soto and towards picking up a few arms at the deadline? Also, with no Paul Goldschmidt or Nolan Arenado in Toronto, who needs to step up for the Cardinal offense? WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
Bernie is fired up after a busy weekend as he rattles off his opening thoughts on the Cardinals dropping two of three games and losing Steven Matz to injury in Cincinnati, the Blues missing out on the Matthew Tkachuk sweepstakes after Calgary traded him to Florida, and Nolan Arenado and Paul Goldschmidt missing the Cardinals' series in Toronto because they are not vaccinated against COVID-19.
2:00 - Matthew Tkachuk will not be a Blue 2:15 - Steven Matz is Done 2:30 - What's Trending 2:45 - XFL officially picks STL as Host City 3:00 - Cards will be without Goldy & Arenado in Toronto 3:15 - Do you still have faith in Doug Armstrong? 3:30 - Cardinal Injury Updates 3:45 - Have the Cardinals emerged as the front runner for Juan Soto? 4:00 - The Gauntlet 4:15 - Were the Blues truly interested in Tkachuk? 4:30 - Okay, now what? 4:45 - Will the Cardinals strike or will another front office break the hearts of St. Louis fans? 5:00 - Can the Blues do anything else this offseason? 5:15 - Sports Six Pack 5:30 - Cards need to stay healthy 5:45 - What You Missed
St Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds MLB Pick Prediction 7/23/2022 by Tony T. Cardinals at Reds—Steven Matz to start for St Louis. Matz in nine starts carries an ERA of 6.03 with WHIP 1.39. The lefthander is striking out 26.8% with 4.9% walks. Ground balls dealt at 36.9% with 1.93 home runs per nine innings. A FIP of 4.26 suggesting the ERA dropping with these numbers.
The St. Louis Cardinals return to action TONIGHT against the Cincinnati Reds. When looking at the first half, do you look at it as a disappointment for the Cardinals or a success? Lucas + JD discuss that, the expectations of Steven Matz, and what Cardinals can learn from the first half. In the second segment, Lucas + JD will be taking a look at your comments to the Juan Soto talk from yesterday. What are some of the pros/cons in the trade? WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
Bernie talks about the outlook for the Cardinals over the second half of the season, if Steven Matz can justify his contract, and how the team is being hampered by its inability to compile quality pitching depth as he broadcasts live from Friendly's Sports Bar and Grill in south St. Louis County.
Cincinnati Reds vs. St Louis Cardinals MLB Pick Prediction 7/17/2022 by Tony T. Reds at Cardinals—Graham Ashcraft to start for Cincinnati. Ashcraft in ten starts an ERA of 4.45 with WHIP 1.35. The rookie righthander pitches to high contact with 13.3% strikeouts and 5% walks. Ground ball rate of 53.1% with 0.82 home runs per nine innings. Steven Matz to start for St Louis. Matz has nine starts with an ERA of 6.03 and WHIP 1.39. The lefthander is striking out 26.8% with 4.9% walks.
11:00 – Once again the Cardinals offense failed to support their starter. 11:15 – Did the Blues take a step back and how much of a step back did they take? 11:30 – Do the Cardinals need to add to the bullpen? 11:45 – Ask us anything 12:00 – What's your biggest takeaways from the Cardinals going 7-10 through a stretch against the NL top teams. 12:15 – Cardinals first half superlatives 12:30 – Are the Blues taking the Cardinals approach and relying on the younger players to step in to fill the Perron void? 12:45 – The Junk Drawer 1:00 – How does Steven Matz impact the Cardinals trade deadline plans? 1:15 – How do the Blues stack up with the rest of the Central division? 1:30 – One Gotta Go 1:45 – BK & Ferrario Rewind
It's been reported that the commissioner now has the right to send someone to the All-Star game in recognition of their career accomplishments. Few people in the NL deserve it like Cardinals' legend Albert Pujols. It would be a return to LA, an opportunity for the nation to say goodbye to a legend and a chance for a memorable All-Star moment. JD and Lucas both wholeheartedly agree Rob Manfred should make this happen. Also, this team still (desperately) needs pitching. This is being made more evident by a report that Steven Matz's rehab start could become a MLB start against Atlanta on Thursday. WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
MLB.com Cardinals beat writer John Denton joins Bernie from Atlanta to discuss the latest happenings with the Cardinals including when Steven Matz will return and how much longer Dakota Hudson has in the starting rotation.
Waino joins Karraker & Smallmon to talk about the recent struggles for the Cardinals team, why the team isn't happy about their play, health being such a big part of this season, no one getting a chance to see the real Steven Matz yet, Hudson needing to focus on his style to success, Pallante getting beat up on Tuesday, how he's feeling sad without Yadi in the clubhouse now, he takes a couple shots on the golf course while we wait and talks about his want to throw 90 down the middle when he comes back for a ceremonial first pitch.
Since our last off day, Jack Flaherty has returned to the disabled list, and while Steven Matz is now making rehab starts, his return to the majors is still a ways off. So… will the Cardinals make a trade to bolster the rotation?We discuss that in detail, plus answer your questions. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit cardinalsoffday.substack.com
Bernie continues his conversation from the previous segment as he dives into how durability issues with starting pitchers, whether it's Alex Reyes, Jack Flaherty and Steven Matz or past pitchers like Carlos Martinez, hurts the entire organization from the top down.
Bernie talks about the STL Connection arriving in Boston with Jayson Tatum and Nelly being featured prominently at TD Garden. Bernie also criticizes the Cardinals for downplaying Steven Matz's injury as the club quietly revealed he suffered a setback and talks about how poor the bullpen outside of the top four relievers has been performing.
A year after their pitching staff came apart with two injuries and one abbreviated outing at Dodger Stadium to plunge into an innings crisis and June swoon, the Cardinals find themselves ... right back where they were? St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson joins baseball writer Derrick Goold to answer that question and explore history repeating itself at Busch Stadium in a brand new episode of the Best Podcast in Baseball. As June arrives, the Cardinals are again searching for innings from their rotation to avoid a threadbare bullpen, a cascade of troubles, and a swoon that cost them the division a year ago. Have they learned from last year's slow move to address a need? Or, are they putting a lot of stock in the returns of lefty Steven Matz (in June) and Jack Flaherty (by July?). There are options out there. There is even an in-house option or two that the Cardinals continue to find reasons to avoid. The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Will Carroll joins Andy and Brenden to discuss the latest on St. Louis Cardinals injuries. What is the outlook or Jordan Hicks and Steven Matz after their trips to the injured list? The Injury Expert also chimes in on other injuries to big names from around MLB in his weekly visit.
Bernie looks at what the Cardinals can do to stabilize the starting rotation with Steven Matz and Jack Flaherty hurt and Jordan Hicks ineffective. He also addresses rumors and suggestions that the Cardinals should trade for Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts.
Bernie breaks down the latest Cardinals roster move as the club placed Steven Matz and Dylan Carlson on the injured list, Yadier Molina on the injured list, and optioned Angel Rondon to Memphis while recalling Matthew Liberatore, Lars Nootbaar, Ivan Herrera and Junior Fernandez. Bernie also expresses his dismay to see Corey Dickerson back in the Cardinals lineup ahead of Nootbaar who is coming off a three home run game.
Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals. With Tara still out of pocket, Daniel (C70 At The Bat, @C70) reaches back into Cardinal blogging history to talk with his friend Josh Gilliam (Prospect Preacher, @aprfool79) about the past, present, and future of the Cardinals. Nolan Gorman and Matthew Liberatore made their debuts this weekend. What lies in store for both of these highly touted young men? What does the injury to Steven Matz mean for the rotation? Is this team one of destiny, and how many Hall of Famers will make their pitching debut this season? It's a great half hour of baseball talk!
Christopher Crawford (@crawford_milb) and Drew Silva (@drewsilv) host a waiver wire chat after Sunday's MLB Leadoff contest between the Pirates and Cardinals. They discuss the injury to Steven Matz, the promotion of Adley Rutschman and Nolan Gorman, and look at some two-start options for the coming week. (1:43) Steven Matz injury(7:16) Adley Rutschman's debut with the Orioles(11:48) Nolan Gorman gets the call up(16:50) Graham Ashcraft(22:53) Two-Star Streamers(28:30) Updated Top-10 Prospects list
Wins Above Fantasy – Van Burnett (@Van_Verified) and Steve Gesuele (@stav8818) follow up last week's hitter breakout episode and discuss pitchers who are taking or poised to take the next step by looking at some advanced metrics. Go to birddogs.com and use promo code PITCHERLIST for a free Birddogs hat with your pair of Birddogs. The process of finding breakout pitchers and year-to-year leaderboards (5:30) Say it with me now: Shane McClanahan is an ace (12:20) Ohtani, yeah he's an ace too (19:00) The maturation of Freddy Peralta (23:45) Tarik Skubal is taking the next step (30:10) Nasty Nestor Cortes is for real (37:20) The time to buy Alex Cobb is now (43:20) Steven Matz is better than the surface numbers indicate (47:1) Justin Steele and Keegan Thompson are sleepers in Chicago (52:20) Griffin Jax is an intriguing long reliever (57:25) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Audacy | RSS Connect: Twitter | WinsAboveFantasy@gmail.com | Join PL+ Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
Wins Above Fantasy – Van Burnett (@Van_Verified) and Steve Gesuele (@stav8818) follow up last week's hitter breakout episode and discuss pitchers who are taking or poised to take the next step by looking at some advanced metrics. Go to birddogs.com and use promo code PITCHERLIST for a free Birddogs hat with your pair of Birddogs. The process of finding breakout pitchers and year-to-year leaderboards (5:30) Say it with me now: Shane McClanahan is an ace (12:20) Ohtani, yeah he's an ace too (19:00) The maturation of Freddy Peralta (23:45) Tarik Skubal is taking the next step (30:10) Nasty Nestor Cortes is for real (37:20) The time to buy Alex Cobb is now (43:20) Steven Matz is better than the surface numbers indicate (47:1) Justin Steele and Keegan Thompson are sleepers in Chicago (52:20) Griffin Jax is an intriguing long reliever (57:25) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Audacy | RSS Connect: Twitter | WinsAboveFantasy@gmail.com | Join PL+ Get PL+ and join our community!: https://www.pitcherlist.com/plus
Yes, there are negatives from losing 2 of 3 against the Baltimore Orioles at home. However, there are also some positives. Miles Mikolas, Steven Matz, Dylan Carlson, Juan Yepez and Brendan Donovan are just a few Cardinals that had a strong week. Tyler O'Neill continues to struggle, including a base running blunder to end today's game. The offensive inconsistency as a team is not sustainable. The final segment today is all about how the rookies are impressing early in 2022. WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
2:00 - Series tied heading back to St. Paul 2:15 - How does Yepez change things for Cards? 2:30 - What changed from Game 3 to Game 4? 2:45 - What's Trending 3:00 - Is Carlson turning the corner? 3:15 - Does Chief stick with Binnington? 3:30 - What should the expectations be for Steven Matz? 3:45 - True or Poo 4:00 - The Gauntlet 4:15 - No Leddy, no problem? 4:30 - What to do with Dickerson? 4:45 - Jordan Kyrou steps up 5:00 - Riding the Hot Topic: Who do you go with in Game 5? 5:15 - Sports Six Pack 5:30 - What's the deal with head coaches? 5:45 - What You Missed
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio start with the benches clearing fracas in the Mets/Cardinals game yesterday. Both the Mets & Yankees are in first place right now. And the NFL Draft is tonight. Jerry is here for his first update and starts with play by play of the Mets/Cardinals benches clearing fracas. Then we hear from members of the Mets & Cardinals that were involved, including Pete Alonso. The Yankees beat the Orioles and Stanton hit his 350th career dinger. The NFL Draft is tonight. Jerry goes around the NBA from last night's playoff games. Jerry has clips from Doc Rivers on his years in Orlando. In the final segment of the hour, Boomer is mad at Eddie for giving him bad information as to why Starbucks left. It had nothing to do with Google. A fake Mets beat reporter fooled a lot of people yesterday regarding Steven Matz vs the Mets. A caller wants to know why baseball players not in the game are allowed on the field for fights.
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio start with the benches clearing fracas in the Mets/Cardinals game yesterday. Both the Mets & Yankees are in first place right now. And the NFL Draft is tonight. Jerry is here for his first update and starts with play by play of the Mets/Cardinals benches clearing fracas. Then we hear from members of the Mets & Cardinals that were involved, including Pete Alonso. The Yankees beat the Orioles and Stanton hit his 350th career dinger. The NFL Draft is tonight. Jerry goes around the NBA from last night's playoff games. Jerry has clips from Doc Rivers on his years in Orlando. In the final segment of the hour, Boomer is mad at Eddie for giving him bad information as to why Starbucks left. It had nothing to do with Google. A fake Mets beat reporter fooled a lot of people yesterday regarding Steven Matz vs the Mets. A caller wants to know why baseball players not in the game are allowed on the field for fights. Hour 2: The 7am hour begins with talk of the NFL Draft tonight and wondering if Deebo Samuel will be traded at some point today. Boomer thinks Joe Douglas put a ton of pressure on Zach Wilson with comments he recently made about him. Boomer thinks the Jets are going defense in the first round. Boomer thinks there will be three QBs taken in the first round. Woody Johnson will be very involved in the draft. Jerry returns for another update and starts with play by play from last night's fracas between the Mets and Cardinals. The Yankees beat the Orioles with HRs by Stanton and Gallo. It was Stanton's 350th HR of his career. The NFL Draft is tonight. Jerry goes around the NBA playoffs from last night. Shaq comes to the defense of Doc Rivers. In the final segment of the hour, Boomer & Gio discuss tonight's NFL Draft, Deebo Samuel and Baker Mayfield. Boomer thinks Deebo will be traded sometime today. We also talk about the situation with Dan Snyder and the Commanders. Hour 3: The 8am hour begins with a quick rundown of the top stories and Gio is on his last day of his Prolon fast. Boomer wants to know if Gio will confront Keith McPherson about his promo where he took a shot at Gio wearing a costume to critique the Nets. A caller says Tomas Nido should be kicked off the team for getting tossed like a ragdoll by Nolan Arenado. And Cardinals coach Stubby Clapp tackled Pete Alonso. Jerry returns for another update and starts with play by play of the Mets/Cardinals fracas. Pete Alonso is not happy. Yankees won their fifth straight with HRs by Stanton and Gallo. The NFL Draft is tonight. Zach Wilson was asked if he wants Deebo. Jerry goes around the NBA from last night's playoff games. And the Rangers lost. In the final segment of the hour, we bring in Youssef, who works in the maintenance department in the building. He is a Giants fan and he is good people. Gio is part of a draft show tonight at the meadowlands. Boomer wonders what is so fascinating about the NFL Draft to fans. Hour 4: The 9am hour starts with talk of tonight's NFL Draft. This will be a rare time when a QB is not selected number one overall. Boomer wants to know what's up with Mekhi Becton as it can affect the draft pick of the Jets. Jerry returns for his last update of the day but first Gio wants to know if you microwave a paper cup, will it catch fire? Gio wants to know how Audacy defines success for a host like himself. Jerry starts with the Yankees beating Baltimore. Stanton hit his 350th career HR. The Mets and Cardinals got into a fracas and Pete Alonso got tackled by a Cardinals coach. The NFL Draft gets underway tonight. Jerry goes around the NBA playoff games from last night. In the final segment of the show, Gio wonders if he should stay at Brandon's house tonight since they are both doing the draft show. Gio wonders if he could take blubber out of his belly and light a lamp with it. Boomer & Gio think solar panels are eyesores.
The St. Louis Cardinals completed a 4-2 road trip by taking two of three games against the Cincinnati Reds this weekend. While the offense did just enough in Cincy, it was the pitching that stole the show for the Redbirds. Steven Matz and Dakota Hudson shined on the mound while the bullpen allowed just one earned run. Offensively, the shortstop and catcher positions need to be figured out if the Cardinals are going to have long-term success. This week doesn't get much easier for the Cardinals as they face the Mets at home. WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals. With Tara (Birds on the Black, @tarawellman) away, Daniel (C70 At The Bat, @C70) brings in Mike Bauer (@mike_bauer) to talk about the first full week of Cardinals baseball. The Cards split with the Brewers--is that a cause for concern or a good sign? Albert Pujols has two home runs in four games played. Can he actually reach 700? Do good outings by Steven Matz and Miles Mikolas alleviate concerns about the rotation? All this and much more!
The Cardinals were able to power their way to a win on Friday and manufactured runs on Saturday for a win. Sunday they used a combo of both, but came up short as Dakota Hudson and Drew VerHagen struggled. All in all, it was a good series for the Cardinals as Nolan Arenado stayed hot, Miles Mikolas and Steven Matz impressed and the bullpen stepped up for the most part. Especially after dropping the first game, splitting a four-game series on the road is a good thing. WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
The St. Louis Cardinals won 2022's opening series 2-1 over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Nolan Arenado drove in seven, Tyler O'Neill drove in six and the rest of the Cardinal offense impressed. Miles Mikolas and Steven Matz, however, were unimpressive in their season debuts. The offense has a lot to like about it, while Cardinals fans should be aware of the starting rotation holes, but not panic about them. WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
Bernie takes a look at the state of the Cardinals. He weighs in on Oliver Marmol's comments Monday on his plans for the starting rotation this week starting Adam Wainwright on Wednesday and having Jordan Hicks pitching out of the bullpen on Tuesday. Bernie also asks why the Cardinals didn't reveal Steven Matz's blister after Sunday's game.
On The Wire - Adam Howe and Kevin Hasting are joined by special guest Scott Bogman of In This League to talk about league format preferences, doing your homework, and properly reading ADP. In addition, we compare some big risers and fallers in drafts, comparing ADP from October/November to January/February drafts. Players discussed: Trevor Rosenthal, Alek Thomas, Dan Straily, Christian Walker, Seth Beer, Robinson Cano, Elvis Andrus, Grayson Rodriguez, Paolo Espino, Didi Gregorius, Jurickson Profar, Pierce Johnson, Carlos Estevez, Jose Alvarado, Max Muncy, Nicky Lopez, Isaiah Kiner-Falefa, Adam Wainwright, Jose Urquidy, Cal Quantrill, Oneil Cruz, Seiya Suzuki, Eilias Diaz, Jon Gray, Steven Matz, Alex Cobb Hosts: Adam Howe | Kevin Hasting Guest: Scott Bogman | In This League Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | RSS Connect: Twitter | OnTheWirePod@gmail.com| Join PL+ Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus