Freese and Garcia named starters for the Season

                                                                                                                                                                                      Manager Tony La Russa broke some good news to two players Tuesday morning before the team bus left for Port St. Lucie.La Russa made it official when he told David Freese that he will be the Opening Day starter at third base. Freese had been assumed to be the everyday third baseman coming … Continue reading Freese and Garcia named starters for the Season

Yadier Molina Injured

Albert Pujols returned to the St. Louis lineup Wednesday, but the Cardinals lost All-Star catcher Yadier Molina to injury during a 4-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles.Molina left the game in the second inning with a strained right oblique and will be reevaluated on Thursday."It wasn't that bad, but I didn't want to make it … Continue reading Yadier Molina Injured

My 2010 MLB Predictions

We are inching closer towards the beginning of the 2010 MLB season. So it is time to go ahead and put out my picks on who will finish first and who might win MVP or CyYoung for the NL and AL.Here we go: AL West: MarinersAL Central: TwinsAL East: YankeesAL Wild Card: RangersNL West: DodgersNL Central: … Continue reading My 2010 MLB Predictions

Busch Stadium Hosts Concert

The Eagles and Dixie Chicks will fly into Busch Stadium this summer.The classic rockers and country trio will perform June 24, the first concert at the stadium since Dave Matthews Band and the Black Crowes played in 2008.This is only the second concert for the stadium, which opened in 2006.St. Louis Cardinals vice president Bill … Continue reading Busch Stadium Hosts Concert

Brian Giles Retires After 15 Years

Brian Giles, a 15-year big-league veteran and one half of the wacky brother combination for the San Diego Padres a few years ago, retired today because his arthritic right knee became too painfulGiles, 39, was limited to 61 games with the Padres last year. He signed a minor-league deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers and … Continue reading Brian Giles Retires After 15 Years

Could Mattingly be a Dodger Manager in 2011?

Don Mattingly looked comfortable on his first semi-official morning as Dodgers manager, and in a few years, he might seem even more at home. The Dodgers hitting coach is at the helm at Camelback Ranch in place of regular skipper Joe Torre, who is handling the split squad that left for Taiwan on Wednesday. But … Continue reading Could Mattingly be a Dodger Manager in 2011?