For years, the St. Louis Cardinals have consistently put a winning product on the playing field.
They’ve made the playoffs three straight years and look set to run that streak up to four seasons.
The Cardinals have been scorching from the start of the second half and have taken an eight-game lead in the NL Central, with their magic number to clinch at 17.
They’re 81-57, which means they’ve secured a .500 or higher finish for the 15th consecutive season.
The last losing season on the banks of the Mississippi dates back to 2007, when the Cards went 78-84.
A Cardinals fan expressed his excitement for the team’s current situation on Twitter.
The #STLCards won their 81st game tonight, officially eliminating the possibility of a losing season.
Since 1999, the @Cardinals only suffered ONE losing season (2007)
— Ryan (@The_Ryan_Shull) September 8, 2022
The cards keep on going
There’s a lot to look forward to if you’re a Cardinals fan.
This team looks like a serious contender for a World Series title, which would be a fitting way for Albert Pujols, Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright to go out.
As mentioned in the fan’s tweet, the Cardinals have only suffered one losing season since 1999.
They finished with a winning record in each of the past 14 seasons and are one win away from winning their 15th consecutive season.
It’s an organization that consistently puts together a winning team and is always at the heart of pursuing the playoffs, which only adds to the great tradition of Cardinals baseball.
St. Louis travels to Pittsburgh for a three-weekend series against the struggling Pittsburgh Pirates, with a chance to extend their lead over the Milwaukee Brewers in NL Central.
The city of St. Louis is buzzing with excitement for the potential of another deep run in October.