The front office of the St. Louis Cardinals has made some good moves in recent years.
However, that doesn’t mean that fans are happy with them right now.
While the Cardinals have started off with a 10-22 record and sunk to the bottom of the National League, there has been little, if any urgency shown by President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak.
Often times, Mozeliak has preached patience to fans who have been demanding more activity in the offseason or at the trade deadline, even when the Cardinals are struggling.
This has been a common theme with Mozeliak that fans are sick of.
On Twitter, a Cardinals fan posted a compilation of all the times Mozeliak has asked for patience from fans.
Just be patient #STLCards fans and trust in money mo pic.twitter.com/elCw9HexBV
— Clayton (@StL_Ohtani) May 4, 2023
With the Cardinals at the bottom of the National League and 10 games out of first place, patience may in fact not be the best strategy.
This team was picked by many to win the NL Central.
However, the team has been unable to find any momentum early on this season.
They’ve spent most of their time in last place in the division.
All the while, Mozeliak has continually asked for fans’ patience.
But that trademark patience has grown thin over the years.
Starting pitching has been an issue since last season, and no additional pitchers were added over the winter.
The offense is also struggling to produce in key spots.
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