Hey, Robinson Cano, Where Are You Moseyin' Off To?

It can be hard to maintain focus throughout an entire baseball game, because baseball games are long as hell and there are a lot of lulls in the action. If Robinson Cano had been watching this game from the stands, he would have been deep in a game of Candy Crush rather than wandering toward home plate for no reason. » 4/16/15 10:06am Thursday 10:06am

Did The Diamondbacks Hassle Another Dodgers Fan About His Clothes? 

A Dodgers fan in Chase Field’s Batters Box Suite appeared to be told to remove his cap and put on a companion’s D-Backs jersey during yesterday afternoon’s game, an incident similar to one two years ago that a ballpark patron called “ the worst experience she’s ever had at a sporting event.” » 4/13/15 10:00am 4/13/15 10:00am

Clayton Kershaw Picks Up MVP Too, Mike Trout Finally Snags One

Clayton Kershaw followed-up his NL Cy Young win by taking home the NL MVP trophy too, becoming the first person to sweep those awards since Bob Gibson did so while playing for the Cardinals in 1968. The Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton—whose candidacy might have been sunk when he took a fastball to the face and… » 11/13/14 7:42pm 11/13/14 7:42pm

Cardinals Beat Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw On Three-Run Homer

The crucial talking point preceding Game 4 between the Dodgers and Cardinals was "sample size." That mainly had to do with Dodgers manager Don Mattingly's decision to bench Yasiel Puig and start Andre Ethier in the outfield instead because of Puig's struggles in the first three games of the series. At least, we're… » 10/07/14 9:00pm 10/07/14 9:00pm

Dodgers Pitcher J.P. Howell Turns Amazing Double Play

With the Cardinals looking to stretch their 3–1 lead in the bottom of the 8th inning, Dodgers pitcher J.P. Howell pulled off a remarkable stop to turn the double play and get out of the inning. With the bases loaded Howell somehow managed to snag Kolten Wong's grounder, throw home and get a double play started. I've… » 10/07/14 12:07am 10/07/14 12:07am

The Cardinals Took Care Not To Celebrate In The Diamondbacks' Pool

The Cardinals found themselves in much the same position as the Dodgers did a year ago: at Chase Field, about to clinch the division. Would they celebrate the same way, by diving into the right-field pool and peeing all over the unwritten rules? They would not, because the Cardinals are class personified. » 9/29/14 11:42am 9/29/14 11:42am