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A look at the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team from a GM perspective.

2014 St. Louis Cardinals- Why Did They Mess with Success?

2014 St. Louis Cardinals- Why Did They Mess with Success?



How many ways can you say mediocre? There are

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many synonyms for the word but it doesn’t matter how many of them you use it still doesn’t change the fact that the St. Louis Cardinals of 2014 are mediocre… average.

With a 31-31 record it is a fact. Now the blogoshpere and twitterworld are trying to place blame.

From a team that played in the World Series last year to this is rather dishearening.


I miss Carlos Beltran. I miss David Freese. I miss Pete Kozma.

Why? It was a recipe for success, why did they mess with it?


  1. I’ve thought this since last November and especially now. They signed 3 very average players to the roster expecting that they would be better for it. How does that make any sense at all?

    • There are almost 100 games left. Many of the best post season Cardinal teams have struggled mightily during the regular season. In 2006 after two 100 win seasons – they finished 83-78 and won the World Series with the lowest winning percentage ever. In 2011, The Cardinals started the season with Ryan Franklin as their closer and Ryan Theriot at SS and were 8.5 games behind the Brewers and 10.5 behind the Braves for the wild card late in August. They set an NL record by hitting into 169 double plays.
      Long baseball seasons can be frustrating.
      Matheney frustrates me.
      A lot.
      Long season – talented team – entertaining.

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