McBrayer’s NL Central Projections

Once again this year the Cubs will be pushed down to the basement of the NL Central. With the Astros moving to the AL West the NL Central just got better. I tend to believe the top three teams this year will be the Reds-Cardinals and Pirates. The Brewers will try to make a push … Continue reading McBrayer’s NL Central Projections

McCarver’s One last Stand

I couldn't believe my eyes when I read this article this evening that Tim McCarver will be retiring after the 2013 season. Why wait one more year? Oh I forgot what an egotistical wanna be sports caster would want a farewell tour before he leaves. Oh the drudgery. I want to share this article from … Continue reading McCarver’s One last Stand

McBrayer’s NL East Prediction

1. Atlanta Braves2. Washington Nationals3. Philadelphia Phillies4. New York Mets5. Miami MarlinsI believe the battle of top dog in the NL East will be between the Braves and the Nationals. With the Upton Brothers and Jason Heywood, the Braves would be a formidable team to oust the top heavy Nationals team. I give the Braves … Continue reading McBrayer’s NL East Prediction

Wainwright Signs For Five Years

As the mighty Chris Carpenter misses the 2013 season a new leader rises to his mark as the new leader as the Cardinals #1 in its rotation. The five year deal takes Wainwright up to 2018 thats valued $100 million. The talks came to a close this afternoon as both parties parted their ways. He … Continue reading Wainwright Signs For Five Years

Shelby Miller Named 5th Starter

It finally happened............Cardinals named Shelby Miller their 5th starter today. Joe Kelly the other competitor will most likely become the long man in the bullpen. Matheny met with Miller and Kelly today to let them know his decision. It was reported that Miller said "I am very humbled" and "This is unbelievable news". I am … Continue reading Shelby Miller Named 5th Starter

McBrayer’s 2013 AL Division Predictions

Well its that time of the year again when I try to predict the American League Standings for 2013. So please sit back and relax as I attempt to put my baseball brain to the test. Would love to hear your thoughts from my predictions.AL EASTToronto BluejaysTampa Bay RaysBaltimore OriolesNew York YankeesBoston RedsoxAL CENTRALDetroit TigersKansas … Continue reading McBrayer’s 2013 AL Division Predictions

Lohse Lands with Brewers

┬áThe long wait is finally over for Kyle Lohse. After the end of his career with the Cardinals he became a free agent all the way up the last week of Spring Baseball. He had signed a deal with the Brewers for three years at $33 million. There is also a $1million bonus for incintives. … Continue reading Lohse Lands with Brewers

The Second Coming of Mitch Harris

Spring has just sprung and its snowing here in St.Louis but in Jupiter, FL the Cardinals are under a sunny sky playing against the Mets. This isn't any ordinary game this is Mitch Harris's first appearance with the Cardinals as a relief pitcher. His story is very unique, a story that needs attention. Here is … Continue reading The Second Coming of Mitch Harris

Edgar Renteria Retires

After an absence of one year out of Major League Baseball Edgar Renteria calls it quits. With spending six years out of sixteen with the Cardinals he still has the most tenure at shortstop as a Cardinal in the past thirteen years. His reason for retiring is due to wanting to spend more time with … Continue reading Edgar Renteria Retires

Here Comes Man-Ram Jr.!

Today I came across an article on Yahoo Sports Blog "Prep Rally" about Manny Rameriz Jr. I was surprised the age of this kid already. So I am reposting the article:When the Major League Baseball campaign kicks off in April, there will not be a Manny Ramirez on a roster to be found anywhere, depriving … Continue reading Here Comes Man-Ram Jr.!