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.
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 St. Louis Cardinals have had several players jump toward the front of the National League Most Valuable Player discussion throughout the season, but none of them are likely to win the award once the season is complete.
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.
We have arrived at the regional finals in the All Time Cardinals Team Tournament.
Cardinal nation has grown accustom to excellence in center field over the years.
The Brewers look to even the series on their home turf. Game four of the 1982 World Series is detailed here.
The St. Louis Cardinals hosted a special Guest of Honor at Busch Stadium Friday night for their game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. In the process, they may have rekindled a … Read More
It was 29 years ago that Glenn Brummer put his name in the Cardinals history book.
In this third and final part to the series looking back at opening day starting pitchers, we turn our attention to the Tony La Russa era.