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.
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.
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.
St. Louis Cardinal fans are seemingly obsessed over former players.
It’s been two years since the St. Louis Cardinals suddenly dealt former uber-prospect Colby Rasmus to the Toronto Blue Jays mid-season for a host of pieces in return. And in … Read More
The Cardinals reached an agreement with general manager John Mozeliak to a three-year contract extension last week. Here’s a reflection on the signature moments of his tenure shaping the direction of the team.
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.
Someone “up there”, aka in the big leagues, did find him and give him a chance going into the 2012 season.
Is there a single player, let alone pitcher, whose 2012 season will be more important to the Cardinals’ success this year?
If there was ever a time for Tyler Greene to take advantage of a situation in order to make the Cards’ Opening Day roster as their second baseman, this is it.