Five Players For The New Cardinals Hall Of Fame

The United Cardinal Bloggers have requested that the member blogs weigh in with their choices for inductees into the St. Louis Cardinals Hall Of Fame.

Black History Month: Curt Flood Broke A Different Barrier

Flood’s most important contribution to baseball is his challenge of the game’s vaunted anti-trust exception, and how he helped usher in a new era of player rights and rising salaries.

McCarver, Shannon Vie for Ford Frick Award

Tim McCarver and Mike Shannon have had long broadcast careers following successful baseball ones. They are nominated for the 2012 Ford Frick Award.

Cardinal Success In Game 5s And Game 7s

Examining the Cardinals history in series deciding game 5’s and 7’s.

July 3, 1967 – Broken Teeth, Stitches, and a Cardinals Win

The 1967 National League Pennant may have been the original rivalry builder between the Reds and Cardinals.

Three plays that defined the Cardinals 1967 season

More than overcoming the loss of Bob Gibson or Ray Washburn, three plays that ended three games that tell you all you need to know about the 1967 St. Louis Cardinals.

Curt Flood – A Forgotten Star

With Jayson Werth signing a gargantuan contract with the Washington Nationals and Marvin Miller missing induction into the Hall of Fame by a single vote, perhaps it’s time for the Veterans Committee to take another look at the career and sacrifices of Curt Flood.