It is far from a secret that the glory days of there being a deep African-American population on Major League Baseball rosters have passed. Whether a renaissance is possible in a game that hit its lowest percentage of African-American players since the integration of the game in the late ’40s last year is tied to a number of factors, but as the decline has regularly continued in recent years, the signs are not particularly encouraging...
I-70’s one-on-one interview with former Cardinal outfielder Brian Jordan. He discusses his St. Louis career, baseball’s cultural turn and playing with and for five upcoming Hall of Famers.
To kick off Cardinals Winter Warm Up weekend, the official announcement of the forthcoming Cardinals Hall of Fame was made, including inductee plans, both past and to come.
the announcement was made that Tony LaRussa had been selected for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. For the most successful manager born within the last century, the honor is due and he saw to achieving it on his own terms.
I am well aware that the headline to this article puts me in the minority and will cause me to face the ire of Cardinal Nation, but I cannot help it.