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UCB August Project: Making A Lineup

The UCB August project carries the mandate to make a lineup from the roster of bloggers in the group. Our submission is contained here.

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Cardinals Hall Of Fame Induction Adds New Level To Legacy

On Saturday morning, the Cardinals held the first induction ceremony for their re-established, yet newly minted Hall of Fame Museum. And the event was truly a step forward in paying tribute to the legacy the organization has crafted.

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Masterson Deal Stays In Line With The ‘Cardinal Way’

After many days of non-stop prognosticating regarding what direction the Cardinals would direction their steps would take heading into the trade deadline, the club finally made its move, acquiring pitcher Justin Masterson from the Cleveland Indians. And while the days leading into today’s deadline saw them be associated with every big name arm either potentially or actually available, in the end John Mozeliak returned to the low road to solve what could potentially be a major need.

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A Base Ball Weekend in the 1800’s

American baseball has come a long way in the last 150+ years. Everything involved in the game has been changed or altered to get the baseball atmosphere that we enjoy today. Even though the concept of hitting a tiny ball and running around the bases hasn’t changed, every other detail of the game has been […]

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UCB Progressive Game Blog 2014 – Inning Three

Saturday marked the annual Progressive Game Blog collaboration by the United Cardinal Bloggers, where a host of the member site from the UCB come together to cover a game, frame by frame. Here at I70, we were assigned the third inning, so here is my take on the action, which found the Cardinals ahead 4-0 entering the inning, with pitcher Zack Greinke coming to the plate.

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Cardinals Player-By-Player Grades At The Half

The Cardinals are now well past the technical halfway point of the season, but the ceremonial one that is the All-Star Break is still ahead. With that coming, it is a fair time to assess where the individual parts of the team stand thus far, via the time tested and approved method: the good old grade card.

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Wacha, Garcia Injuries Put Cardinals’ Back Against Wall

The Cardinals were dealt a combination of rolling punches on Sunday when the team sent 40% of its starting rotation to the disabled list on one afternoon, yet for a sole reason. Michael Wacha and Jaime Garcia will both begin stints out of action on Monday due to shoulder complications, and the team faces an uncertain run of time with a depleted edition of its lone source of dependable contribution this year.

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Cardinals Tickets For Series Vs Mets Available For 67% Below Season Avg

Next on the St. Louis Cardinals schedule will be the New York Mets, who they start a three-game series with Friday night at Busch Stadium.

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Triple Play: Yasiel Puig, Mitch Williams, Chris Tillman

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Triple Play. This week, we look at an outfielder who has stepped up his game, a commentator who needs to step away from the game, a team turning a nifty triple play feat, and more. Off we go: Who’s Hot? Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers Going into this […]

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ScoreBig Makes Buying Tickets Easy

Tickets to sporting events can become expensive real quick. Once you have decided on a specific game that you want to go to and defined your budget for that game, you are soon setup for a punch in the gut when it is time to buy the tickets.

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