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.
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.
The United Cardinal Bloggers Roundtable tackled the topic of which current-to-recently former Cardinals could/should deserve the honor of having their number retired. Here is the transcript of the topic and debate that followed.
Candid photos of St. Louis Cardinal players that appeared on air for InsideStl.com last week.
It gets lost in the shuffle sometimes just how important of a Cardinal Scott Rolen was. And with his career perhaps coming to a close this week, it’s a ripe time to take a look at why.
In just four years, St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak has done just about everything an organization could ask out of that position, and he has done it in steady, yet stunning fashion.
Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the last few weeks, you are aware the St. Louis Cardinals are in the middle of a very bad stretch of baseball.
Friday night before their game against the Atlanta Braves, the St. Louis Cardinals retired former manager Tony La Russa’s number 10 in a ceremony on the field that included all the expected fanfare.
You may have seen Sunday’s St Louis Cardinals victory over the Houston Astros, and Tyler Greene’s 2-HR day. Was it historic? You betcha.
For many years the Cardinals built their major league club through trades or free agency rather than with players the team drafted and developed in its own system.