Established in 1882, the St. Louis Cardinals are one of the most storied and successful franchises in all of pro sports. Their 11 World Series titles are the most in the National League and second only to the New York Yankees. Additionally, they have 19 NL pennants and 13 division titles. Outside their first 25 years as the Cardinals, the franchise has been known as a model of excellence and have made the playoffs in six of the last eight decades.
Consistency is one of the hardest qualities to find in pro sports but the Cardinals are that team in baseball and gamblers can generally trust on them to deliver.
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After an early period struggle, 1916 saw Branch Rickey, father of the modern baseball farm system, join the Cardinals and help build them a dynasty from the 1920s to 1940s. They won their first of many World Series championships in 1926 as part of their first playoff run. In 1931, they would achieve their first of nine 100-win seasons. Still a modern power, the Cardinals last missed the playoffs in 2010 and have been contenders since.
The NL Central has been synonymous with the Cardinals for a good part of the last 20 years. Since its establishment in 1994, the Cardinals have won 10 titles including three stretches of three consecutive titles. They never finished worse than fourth. In 2015, the Cardinals recorded another 100-win season and a 60.4 winning percent against their rivals. They had a winning record against every single team.
The Cardinals lost a lot of pieces in the offseason including notable players like Jason Heyward and John Lackey bolting for the rival, Chicago Cubs and pitching rotation regular, Lance Lynn being sidelined by Tommy John surgery. Even with all these subtractions, the Cardinals are still a contender for the division crown and World Series title. It will take a lot to knock the Cardinals off the throne.
Captain Obvious dictates another World Series championship is in the sights of the franchise. At worst, the rise of division rivals, Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates could knock the Cardinals to third and force them to fight for a wild card spot, which can be very tricky. An early playoff exit will be very disappointing for a franchise that has spoiled its fans with long playoff runs.