There's not much to choose between two of the greatest catchers of all-time.
Key stories to look out for on Opening Day.
Third base is stacked - who's set to be the best in 2021?
The St Louis Cardinals are the gatekeepers of MLB's midwest. The Cardinals are one of the marquee franchises in Baseball history; they are the most successful National League team in history.
The St Louis Cardinals are close to completing a trade for Nolan Arenado. An Arenado trade has been speculated of for some time - those rumors are set to come to fruition this weekend.
Kyle Schwarber is now a free agent. MLB's non-tender day had one big surprise. The Chicago Cubs cut the big outfielder in a move that surprised many.
The free agency of Joc Pederson is a tester for this MLB offseason. Pederson is a limited, but ultimately effective, player. He’s coming off a down year in 2020.
One of the biggest bullpen names in MLB celebrates his 35th birthday today. St Louis Cardinals lefty Andrew Miller has the 10th most bWAR of players born on 21st May in MLB history, behind Josh Hamilton, Matt Wieters and others.
How competitive will the Cards be in 2020?
Many people might not see third base as a particular need or weakness for the Cardinals. The production that came from there, however, by Matt Carpenter could turn into a permanent hole, especially offensively, for a team that has lots of potential on the mound.
The Braves won their second straight NL East title, and offseason acquisition Josh Donaldson had his fair share of contributions on his way to hitting 37 home runs and leading the Braves into the postseason.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Washington Nationals will meet in the National League Championship Series.
St Louis Cardinals ace-turned-closer Carlos Martinez took a dislike to Ronald Acuna's home run celebrations in the ninth inning of Thursday night's Division Series opener.
Sadly, the time has come to face the ending moments of a very competitive 2019 season in Major League Baseball. But while much of the playoff picture has already been determined, a few crucial battles are yet to conclude.
Jack Flaherty has overcome the odds, pitching his team into the heights of the National League with a historic second half performance. He has been the most piece that helped the St Louis Cardinals place themselves in pole position for the NL Central crown.