The Cardinals also announced Tuesday they had signed infielder Aaron Miles to a minor league contract. Miles was a member of the Cardinals team that won the 2006 World Series.Rookie catcher Bryan Anderson was optioned to Triple-A Memphis to make room for LaRue, who was injured running the bases. Anderson's pinch-hit double was the tying … Continue reading Aaron Miles Returns with The Cardinals
Yours truly got mentioned in the Definitive Guide To The Cardinals Blogosphere today. I am quite surprise to find out that my Blog has been mentioned in this great write up about St.Louis Cardinal Blogs.These sites are consider essential Cardinal Baseball Blogs. Here is a blurb about the McBrayer-Baseball Blog.Joe writes The McBrayer-Baseball Blog with his thoughts … Continue reading The McBrayer-Baseball Blog Gets a Nod in the Blogosphere
The Cardinals put Felipe Lopez on the 15 day disable list today due to a right elbow strain. The Cardinals also recalled John Jay and Tyler Greene from Memphis for the Braves series. Allan Craig was also optioned to Memphis due to his 1-18 start.
Last night my son told me that he couldn't wait for tomorrow's Baseball Game. He has been waiting all off season for this day to happen. He had such a happy face as we walked into the gates at Busch Stadium. Once we found our seats I was able to see the wonderment in his … Continue reading Our First Game of the Season
Today in St.Louis,Missouri is an unofficial Holiday for us, Home Opener! Its a day where people call in sick to work or take a day off to attend the game. Its a day where we have an excuse to wear red and go crazy over a Albert Pujols Home Run. Today is also a very … Continue reading Home Opener 2010
Close will throw out the first pitch and take part in the "Change a Mind, Change a Life" event at Busch Stadium. The partnership is meant to bring awareness to mental illness. All fans have to do is purchase a ticket in the group section of the stadium. I also found this very profound since … Continue reading Glenn Close to Throw Out First Pitch
Opening day 2010 has been one to forget today down by the Ohio River at the Great American Ballpark - depending which river team you were rooting for. The team that plays by the Mississippi River beat up on the team from Southern Ohio in front of their hometown fans.The final score was 11-6 and the day was fueled … Continue reading Cards Win ! Cards Win ! Cards Win !