Cardinals sign Jose Adolis Garcia

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have signed Cuban free-agent outfielder Jose Adolis Garcia to a minor league contract that includes an invitation to the team’s Major League Spring Training camp.   Garcia, who turns 24 on March 2, was the MVP of Serie Nacional (Cuba’s top professional league) in 2016 and was declared … Continue reading Cardinals sign Jose Adolis Garcia

Is This the End of Buehrle’s Career

As a Cardinals fan I am also a fan of St.Louis home grown players like Mark Buehrle's career. Last time we saw him he was with the Miami Marlins and then he decided to take a break from baseball. As a blogger I enjoyed the on and off again rumors about Mark coming back home … Continue reading Is This the End of Buehrle’s Career

Ken Oberkfell named Grizzlies Batting Coach

The Grizzlies are adding another former Major League player to their field staff for the 2017 season. Ken Oberkfell, a former St. Louis Cardinal third baseman, will take over as the Grizzlies' head hitting coach. The former World Series champion spent 15 years in the majors, seven of which were with the Cardinals where he … Continue reading Ken Oberkfell named Grizzlies Batting Coach

Single Game Tickets on Sale this Friday!

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that individual tickets for the 2017 season will go on sale this Friday, February 24, beginning at 10 a.m. CT.                 Fans who wish to purchase tickets to three or more games will receive early access to take part in a special online-only "multi-game" ticket sale beginning Wednesday, February … Continue reading Single Game Tickets on Sale this Friday!

Cardinals and Molina are Talking

As Yadier Molina enters his thirteenth year as a Cardinal he must be thinking if he will get an extension before he becomes a free agent in 2018. I hope they do extend this contract for  three years so he can retire as a Cardinal with seventeen years of service. One Cardinal I know that … Continue reading Cardinals and Molina are Talking

Rosenthal Might join Rotation

The Cardinals decided last fall that they'd stretch out Rosenthal this spring to increase the ways in which he could fit on the roster. Most expected this would still lead to Rosenthal returning to the bullpen, but, given these recent developments, Rosenthal will also be considered as a starter. "It's interesting," Rosenthal said of the … Continue reading Rosenthal Might join Rotation

Thirty Prospects to attend STEP Program

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have invited 30 of their minor league prospects to attend the team’s Spring Training Early Program (S.T.E.P.) at the Cardinals Complex in Jupiter, Fla. beginning on Saturday, February 25.   The remainder of the team’s minor league players will report for Spring Training on March 6 (pitchers and … Continue reading Thirty Prospects to attend STEP Program

Gyrko versus Peralta

According to Derrick Goold there will be a competition for the third base job. I know just by looking at last  years batting stats it should go to Gyrko. He blasted 30 home runs with with 59 RBIs. His line was .306/.495/.243. He also split time fairly evenly between second base and the hot corner … Continue reading Gyrko versus Peralta

Jordan Schafer’s New Role with Cards

In 2016 the Cardinals found what they thought a spark for their outfield with a power bat named Jeremy Hazelbaker. Well with Hazelbaker gone it might look like they may have found that spark again by the name of Jordan Schafer. Jordan a former third-round pick by Atlanta in the 2005 draft, is in camp … Continue reading Jordan Schafer’s New Role with Cards

River City Rascals Hosts Legends Game

I am so happy to announce this!! I will be buying my tickets for this..... The River City Rascals are excited to announce the first annual St. Louis Legends Game held on August 19th at CarShield Field. This 1:00 PM game will feature former Cardinals players and numerous local celebrities.  The current lineup includes Jim … Continue reading River City Rascals Hosts Legends Game