Bradley Woodrum is a freelance writer with degrees in English and economics, and a contributing columnist for DRaysBay. He co-founded the blog Cubs Stats and has penned award-winning poetry and nationally published short stories. He presently works as a freelance editor for economics, finance, and accounting textbooks by day; and by night, he straps on leotards and a cape, walks into the next room of his house, and blogs about the world of baseball. In his free time, Bradley also composes music, makes little movies, and plays basketball in Chinatown – all of which is code for “watches Spongebob and old Robotech episodes in pajama pants while eating Nutella straight from the jar.” Readers who cannot get enough of Brad, which the American Public Health Association now recognizes as a genetic disorder, may find his artsy-fartsy, mamby-pamby poetry and short stories on his blog, Homebody and Woman.
The Cubs bullpen collapsed in the 7th inning, paving the way for a 12-0 Cardinals win.
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Rams lineman, DE Robert Quinn, was arrested July 10 in Florissant, MO, for driving while intoxicated.
The Cardinals and Brewers have fallen on hard times since 2011, but both teams hope to right their season in the second half.
The Cardinals should have their All-Star first baseman, Lance Berkman, back by Saturday, pending Berkman's approval.
Adam Wainwright struggled in the first half, but hopes to finish strong for the playoff-contending St. Louis Cardinals.
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St. Louis can't escape Cincinnati without being swept at the hands of the Reds.
The Cardinals have a trio of young prospects in Keith Law's top 50 rankings, with a fourth just on the cusp of the select group.