Don't worry, he's just week-to-week.
It's not the hitter-friendly ballpark, it's the hitter-friendly pitching.
It's not the lack of hitting with runners in scoring position, it's the too-much pitching with runners in scoring position.
Right now Bob Castellini is like the guy with the vegetable stand in the movie with the chase scene.
Think about how hard it is to be a cheerleader on a night like that.
Castellini was the one who said, "If the fans ain't happy, ain't nobody happy."
Check the back of your ticket and see if it implies you'll be seeing Major League Baseball.
Next game everybody on the third base side chant "SHACK-EL" and everybody on the first base side chant "FORD NOW."
I no longer feel sorry for Joe Girardi.
Losing 100 games also means more than two solid months of victories.
The Cardinals should pay Sean Casey for the rights to the Bounce.
In Bizarroworld, the St. Louis announcers spend all their time criticizing Albert Pujols and praising Adam Dunn.
The game sure has changed since the pitchers gave up the steroids.
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, people still won't believe it if you don't have the blood test.