On Monday, the Cardinals released the nominee list for what will become the second induction class to franchise’s Hall of Fame. Taking a look at the credentials, as well as some of the realities of each, shows why sorting out the ranks of club-specific Hall will continue to be annually intriguing outcome.
Hero. That word gets thrown around a lot, especially when we look at the men who wear the uniforms of our favorite sports teams.
The result of this year’s Hall of Fame election, in which no payers were elected, is already controversial enough, but the number of votes for some players who appeared on the ballot for the first time is what could set the stage for vehement arguments for years to come.
For the second consecutive year, the Hall Of Fame ballot will be looked at, player by player, right here on i70baseball.
The St. Louis Cardinals made several changes to their coaching staff this week before free agency gets started.
One year ago, Cardinal Nation tasted the very definition of bittersweet as the team reveled in its 11th—and inarguably most dramatic and improbable—World Series Championship while also saying goodbye to Tony La Russa and Dave Duncan, the outgoing brain trust of so much on-the-field success over a decade and a half in St. Louis.
The St. Louis Cardinals played some of the most exciting, tension-filled playoff baseball of all-time in 2011 that included three win-or-go-home victories and resulted in a championship.
After a rough start down in Houston the St. Louis Cardinals picked up right where they left off in April. With Tyler Greene leading the charge.
Part of the “Cardinal way” includes taking the high road
The St. Louis Cardinals are a historic franchise that dates back to the pre 1900’s. Trying to narrow down five moments in the history of this franchise is a daunting task.