One could almost word that title a bit differently. It could read, “Adam Wainwright Deserves to make it in the Hall of Fame,” but
When Paul Goldschmidt arrived in St. Louis in December 2018, expectations were through the roof. Goldy has finished runner-up for NL MVP twice in his career.
In what was one of the most active trade deadlines in MLB history, one team from the NL Central went full sell mode — the Chicago Cubs. What about the rest?
The St. Louis Cardinals have had their ups and downs this season. They are coming off of three straight wins as the all-star break just ended, and they have been playing some of their best baseball all year. They own a record of 47-47 and are third in the NL Central. The Cards will have some decision-making to do as the trade deadline approaches. Let’s take a look at the future for the Cardinals!
With the trade deadline a week away, it appears that the only team in the NL Central that is in a position to be a buyer at the trade deadline is the Milwaukee Brewers.
Well, National League Central fans, we have passed the All-Star break, and the NL Central division looks about as mediocre as it has ever looked.
Just over a week ago, St. Louis Blues winger Vladimir Tarasenko requested a trade out of St. Louis. What’s in store for Vladdy in the near future?
The NL Central looks a lot different than it did a week ago. The Brewers have taken control of the division, with the four other teams struggling lately.
The NL Central continues to prove its divisional strength as it remains one of the most contested divisions in the MLB.
While fantasy football rankings for 2021 are already up on sites like FantasyData, it’s important to remember and reflect on what happened last season as well.