Archive for October 2006

Beginning with Bret himself, with such a Mickey Vernon-esque career.

(*or at least the Metro St. Louis Area).

Reports on five overachivers, including the Brewers’ Ryan Braun, and five underachievers, including the Athletics’ Kevin Melillo.

Jeff Weaver pitches the Cardinals to their first World Series since 1982

The Cardinals are now one win away from winning the World Series.

I can’t believe what I’m about to write …

J.P. puts the Tribe’s starting pitching under the microscope.

A new CBA and postseason ratings

With or without the help of foreign substances, Chris Carpenter shuts down the Tigers.

Ruminations on a World Series off day.

Steve takes a close look at some good players who might very well have been even better.

The Tigers even up their series with the Cardinals behind another strong outing by Kenny Rogers

This World Series will be almost entirely played in cold weather. Here’s an overview of how air temperature affects strikeout rates, walk rates, and batted balls.

Reyes pitches into the ninth, and the Cardinals hit like they’re healthy.

Bring your pocket protector, and we’ll figure out who’ll win this thing!

Behind Suppan’s arm and Molina’s bat, the Cardinals advance to the World Series

Cardinal fan Brian has his own perspective on the outcome of last night’s game.

Verducci being Very-Douchey?

Maine is memorable, and the Mets force a final game.

With their bullpen back on track, the Cardinals are one win away from the World Series.