Cardinals Hot Stove League Show

ST. LOUIS (November 29, 2012)- Gather around the Hot Stove this winter as the “Cardinals Hot Stove League Show presented by U.S. Cellular,” keeps you up-to-date on all the latest free agent signings, trades, and personnel moves made during the off-season.Hosted by Kevin Wheeler and Mike Claiborne, the “Cardinals Hot Stove League Show presented by … Continue reading Cardinals Hot Stove League Show

Congratulations to the Kirkwood Pioneers 2012 Missouri State Champions

 I would love to give props to the Kirkwood Pioneers! Tonight they won the Missouri State Championship for the first time. The reason I am writing this in a baseball forum is because this is my high school, where I played football from 1981-83. As a football player I also tried out for Kirkwood Baseball … Continue reading Congratulations to the Kirkwood Pioneers 2012 Missouri State Champions

2012 United Cardinal Blogger Awards

  This year the 2012 United Blogger Awards has been open up to the fans. This is your chance to be heard! You are able to vote for your favorite Cardinal Player of the year, game of the year, rookie of the year and so on. Please do not forget to think of me in regards … Continue reading 2012 United Cardinal Blogger Awards

Berkman goes Back to Rice

With no talk of retirement yet Lance Berkman decides to become a volunteer assistant with Wayne Grahams staff. Lance was a two time all american and a national player at Rice in 1997.According to Berkman,“Coaching is something I want to pursue after I am done playing,” and “If you have any aspirations to be a college baseball … Continue reading Berkman goes Back to Rice

New Jersey for 2013

A few days ago I heard the possibility of the Cardinals using a new third jersey. I thought to myself no way, well last I got the official word its happening and also recieved a press release this morning in regards to this exciting news. This update to the uniforms is the first time in 80 … Continue reading New Jersey for 2013

Brian Fuentes Retires

After 12 years of Major League Baseball Brian Fuentes decides to hang it up due to missing his family. The 37 year old reliever began to have the feeling of absence from his family deeper than ever. Last year he spent time with the Oakland A's and the St.Louis Cardinals. Brian mentions when he was … Continue reading Brian Fuentes Retires

So Long Kyle McClellan

Well today the Cardinals released hometown stud Kyle McClellan. The Florissant native missed all of 2012 season due to elbow and shoulder problems. I wish Kyle well and hope he could catch on to another team soon. On another note the Cardinals signed catcher Rob Johnson to a minor league contract with a non-roster invite … Continue reading So Long Kyle McClellan

Cards Have Eyes for Cabera

This bit of news just came in. Joe Strauss has reported that the Cardinals have a very real interest in Asdrubel Cabrera, the short stop for the Indians. You may wonder who the Cards would trade to pick up this slick short stop. First name that comes to mind is Matt Adams and one of … Continue reading Cards Have Eyes for Cabera

Cardinals Name John Mabry New Hitting Coach

Just like I thought it finally happened. John Mabry taking over the reigns as the new batting coach. Now they are looking for an assistant for Mabry. It will probably be someone from within the organization. Mabry's help last year help the Cardinals  led the league in both runs scored and on-base percentage while finishing … Continue reading Cardinals Name John Mabry New Hitting Coach

Cardinals to Announce New Coaches

Blaise Ilsley(shown above) will be announced on Monday as the new bullpen coach. It is nice to see the Cardinals to promote within the organization. Ilsley has been the pitching coach for the Memphis Redbirds for the past five years Blaise helped the team lead the PCL with being tops in earn run average. He … Continue reading Cardinals to Announce New Coaches