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Brew Crew Ball Apr 17, 2019
Cardinals beat Brewers, 6-3, in series finale

Cardinals beat Brewers, 6-3, in series finale

Corbin Burnes gives up two more long balls. The Brewers came into today’s game with the Cardinals with a chance to sweep and go 5-1 on the year against their NL Central rivals. Things didn’t quite work out. The top of the first looked so good for starting pitcher Corbin Burnes. He made Matt Carpenter and Paul Goldschmidt look ordinary in their first at-bats. Leading off the top of the second, Marcell Ozuna flailed at two pitches out of the zone. Unfortunately as Burnes has been apt to do this year, after throwing two wicked pitches to get ahead, he offers Ozuna a meatball that the...
Redbird Rants Apr 15, 2019

St. Louis Cardinals: What’s wrong with Paul Goldschmidt?

The St. Louis Cardinals’ first baseman has been off to a slow start despite a power surge. What is the root of the issues with the slugger? Fans and players of the St. Louis Cardinals are all ecstatic to have Paul Goldschmidt manning first base day in and out for the foreseeable future. After trading […] St. Louis Cardinals: What’s wrong with Paul Goldschmidt? - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Call to the Pen Apr 10, 2019

St. Louis Cardinals extend utility man Matt Carpenter

The St. Louis Cardinals have locked in another member of their core, extending Matt Carpenter for two more years. The St. Louis Cardinals have been busy locking in pieces for the future. They have already extended Paul Goldschmidt, keeping their first baseman under control through 2024. With several young pitchers under control for the next […] St. Louis Cardinals extend utility man Matt Carpenter - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Molina, Goldschmidt power Cardinals past Dodgers 4-0

Yadier Molina drove in three runs, Paul Goldschmidt homered and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0 on Tuesday night, overcoming an embarrassing play by Marcell Ozuna.
DodgerBlue.com Apr 9, 2019
Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts Calls Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt ‘Top 3 Of My Favorite Players’

Dodgers Manager Dave Roberts Calls Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt ‘Top 3 Of My Favorite Players’

Los Angeles Dodgers games against the Arizona Diamondbacks will be much different this season as...
Apr 9, 2019
Cardinals notebook: Dodgers have admirer in Cardinals' dugout

Cardinals notebook: Dodgers have admirer in Cardinals' dugout

New Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt has done his share against the Los Angeles Dodgers in his career. In 130 games against them before Monday night, the former Arizona slugger averaged .302 with 31 homers and 98 runs batted in…
Apr 5, 2019
Hochman: Cardinals are still seeking offensive identity

Hochman: Cardinals are still seeking offensive identity

Besides Paul DeJong and Paul Goldschmidt, the rest of the Cards were like pallbearers of this supposed offense.

Tatis, Padres win in Cards' home opener; Goldschmidt 5th HR

Rookie Fernando Tatis Jr. and pinch-hitter Hunter Renfroe homered as the San Diego Padres overcame another home run by Paul Goldschmidt and beat St. Louis 5-3 Friday in the Cardinals' home opener.
Apr 4, 2019
McLaughlin expects ‘monstrous’ greeting for Goldschmidt

McLaughlin expects ‘monstrous’ greeting for Goldschmidt

Dan McLaughlin will handling the play-by-play duties Friday for the Cardinals’ home opener on Friday afternoon, and said he expects the introduction of new Redbirds slugger Paul Goldschmidt to put what usually is a raucous occasion over the top this…
Red Reporter Apr 4, 2019
Reds at Pirates, Game 1 - Preview and Lineups

Reds at Pirates, Game 1 - Preview and Lineups

Tyler Mahle makes his season debut. The Milwaukee Brewers are good, y’all. Damn good. They’ve lost just once all year, and it took a three dinger game from Paul Goldschmidt just to make that happen. They’ve beaten the St. Louis Cardinals three times, and they’ve beaten the Cincinnati Reds three times - each time by just a lone run, mind you. There’s going to be plenty of that this year. That said, the Reds are going to be just fine. Cincinnati is in Pittsburgh tonight to face the Pirates again. You’ll remember fondly that those two teams have played twice, and each has won once....
Apr 3, 2019
Cards are confident Goldschmidt is the right guy for No. 2 slot in batting order

Cards are confident Goldschmidt is the right guy for No. 2 slot in batting order

Team's new slugger likes getting more at-bats during a game and over the course of a season
Redbird Rants Mar 31, 2019

St. Louis Cardinals: Just how many homers could Goldschmidt hit?

St. Louis Cardinals’ first baseman Paul Goldschmidt got started with a bang by hitting 3 homers in one night. Where could his total end up at? We all knew that Paul Goldschmidt would put up good numbers with the St. Louis Cardinals. We all knew he would hit his fair share of home runs. We […] St. Louis Cardinals: Just how many homers could Goldschmidt hit? - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Mar 30, 2019
Fowler's exit velocity tops charts

Fowler's exit velocity tops charts

MILWAUKEE • In a game that saw Paul Goldschmidt scald five baseballs at an exit velocity of 104 mph or faster and send three of them for home runs, the swiftest exit velocity of the evening Friday belonged to none…
Redbird Rants Mar 30, 2019

St. Louis Cardinals: Goldschmidt’s walk brings etiquette into spotlight

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt’s intentional walk led to outcries from fans, but the reactions were more disappointing than the walk itself. As Paul Goldschmidt stepped into the box and looked for his fourth home run of the night, tension gripped St. Louis Cardinals fans everywhere. But when Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell […] St. Louis Cardinals: Goldschmidt’s walk brings etiquette into spotlight - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Mar 30, 2019
Brewers fall to Cardinals 9-5 on Goldschmidt’s 3 home run day

Brewers fall to Cardinals 9-5 on Goldschmidt’s 3 home run day

Ryan Braun and Christian Yelich each homered in the loss. WP: John Gant (1-0)LP: Taylor Williams (0-1) HR: Paul Goldschmidt 3 (1,2,3), Ryan Braun (1), Christian Yelich (2) Box Score Please welcome your newest Brewer killer to the NL Central: Paul Goldschmidt. In his second game with the Cardinals, he hit three home runs off the Brewers pitching staff as the Brewers lost to the Cardinals tonight, 9-5. The damage started right away in the first inning, when the Cardinals took an early 2-0 lead two batters in after Goldschmidt’s first home run of the day. Other noted Brewer killer Yadier...

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