Jason chats with the Cardinals’ top pitching prospect.
Ballpark tour rolls into St. Louis
Ben and Sam revisit some predictions and discussions from prior episodes to see how their thoughts have changed.
He doesn’t strike out, and he doesn’t hit for power. Does Cardinals Double-A outfielder Mike O’Neill have a major league future?
The Cardinals dip into their Triple-A rotation to reinforce their depleted big-league staff.
The Cardinals look for bullpen help from their top starting pitcher prospect.
Is the Cardinals’ catcher even better than we think?
The second installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Ben and Sam preview the Cardinals’ season with Ken Funck, and Pete talks to St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Joe Strauss (at 18:06).
Which of last season’s contending teams have been least active this offseason, and why?
The Cardinals lure Randy Choate out of Los Angeles, while the Angels sign Sean Burnett away from Washington.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the NLCS performances of several players affected how they think about them or changed the narratives that followed them into the series.
Can Ryan Vogelsong replicate his Game Two success and take his team to a seventh game?
The BP staff is back to chat during NLCS Game Five on Friday night.
Ben and Sam discuss how the postponement of Game Four hurt the Yankees, talk about how terrible at baseball Hunter Pence appears to be and whether he’s always looked like that, and conclude by revisiting the widespread anti-Cardinals sentiment among baseball fans and examining their own emotional allegiances.
Tim Lincecum returns to the rotation opposing Adam Wainwright in a matchup that’s too close for PECOTA to call.