The best and worst moments of the 2010s for the St. Louis Cardinals

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ATLANTA, GA – OCTOBER 9: The St. Louis Cardinals celebrate winning Game Five of the National League Division Series over the Atlanta Braves 13-1 at SunTrust Park on October 9, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

The next decade of St. Louis Cardinals baseball will be full of greatness, but so was the last decade. What were the best and worst moments of the 2010s?

The end of the decade has come and what a ride it was for the St. Louis Cardinals from 2010 to 2019. They most definitely rode the roller-coaster that is the MLB season and had many good memories and also some not so good memories.

The Cardinals finish the decade as the 3rd winningest ball club in baseball and came away with 4 Central Division Titles, 2 NL Pennants, and 1 World Series Trophy. Not a shabby decade if you ask me. Along with the fact that this team brought so much success, it was the memories that will resonate most with me and fellow Cardinals fans.

Seeing the videos of David Freese putting that arm up rounding first base after hitting the Game 6 home run still gives me chills and I know it does for other people too.

I pray that the 2020s brings out as many good memories as this past decade did. Along with the good memories, there were also many moments that we will never forget that were not pleasant. Some may forget, but some are stained with the memories that did not bring about joy. I will be doing my best (with my own opinions) to provide you with the five best and five worst moments.

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