The St. Louis Cardinals baseball team plays Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs as they continue to fight for a spot in the playoffs. They’d earn a postseason spot with wins against NL Central Division rivals.
Even though the STL Cardinals are not in the 2018 baseball playoffs, former NLCS and World Series MVP David Freese is playing well for the Los Angeles Dodgers in their series with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Jose Oquendo is leaving STL Cardinals manager Mike Shildt’s coaching staff for the 2019 MLB baseball season to work with minor league players and open up a position for the Memphis Redbirds’ Stubby Clapp.
STL Cardinals minor league baseball manager Stubby Clapp is a candidate for MLB jobs with the Toronto Blue Jays, Texas Rangers, and Baltimore Orioles. He lead the Memphis Redbirds to a Triple A championship.
STL Cardinals owner Bill DeWitt signed longtime MLB pitcher Adam Wainwright to a one year contract to keep him on the team’s roster for the 2019 baseball season. The deal prevents him from retiring after 2018.
John Mozeliak and St. Louis Cardinals front office must improve baseball roster by making trades, signing free agents in order to challenge Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers for the NL central division title.
While it’s unlikely the St. Louis Cardinals sign Bryce Harper or Manny Machado, the MLB baseball team needs to add players to its roster so it can compete for the NL Central Division championship in 2019.
After the St. Louis Cardinals failed to make the 2018 MLB playoffs as a wild card team, they should be able to contend for the postseason in 2019 because of new manager Mike Shildt, young players on roster.
As baseball regular season nears being over, the St. Louis Cardinals are still in the wild card race for a spot in the playoffs, but they have to beat the Chicago Cubs and need the Los Angeles Dodgers to lose.
With three games left in the MLB regular season and three games against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field, the St. Louis Cardinals have kept a roller coaster season alive thanks to wild card and expanded playoff format.
The St. Louis Cardinals have to play the San Francisco Giants, Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs in the final 9 games on the baseball schedule as they try to hold off Colorado Rockies to win wild card spot.