Nolan Arenado dispels Coors Field myth in first homer as a Cardinal (Video)

Nolan Arenado dispels Coors Field myth in first homer as a Cardinal (Video)

While it is nice to see Arenado go yard for the first time in a Cardinals uniform, it ought to be kept in mind that Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati is one of the most hitter-friendly stadiums in the National League. Even with that in mind, Arenado is viewed as the crucial piece to getting the Cardinals over the top.
With Arenado at third and Paul Goldschmidt at initially, the Cardinals are about as excellent as it gets at the corner infield spots.

The St. Louis Cardinals are relying on Nolan Arenado big time this season.
While it is good to see Arenado go backyard for the very first time in a Cardinals uniform, it ought to be kept in mind that Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati is among the most hitter-friendly stadiums in the National League. The ball does fly out of there with favorable winds coming off the Ohio River. Even with that in mind, Arenado is deemed the key piece to getting the Cardinals over the top.
With Arenado at 3rd and Paul Goldschmidt at first, the Cardinals are about as excellent as it gets at the corner infield spots. A big factor Arenado desired out of Colorado was that he wanted to play for a winner and not be part of the Rockies reconstruct.
If Arenado can play up to his potential, he can win NL MVP for the division champ Cardinals.

Nolan Arenado, St. Louis Cardinals. (Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports).
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For those of you who believed new St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Nolan Arenado was only an item of playing 81 home games at Coors Field, reconsider.

Arenado did not think being traded to the Red Birds would injure his offensive video game, because he sees himself as a line-drive player. His very first Cardinals home run was a no-doubter.