A Christmas Gift from the Cardinals

Today the St. Louis Cardinals are giving the fans a special gift. Fox Sports Midwest will be airing an all day marathon of Cardinals games starting at noon. The games they are airing are consider the top five games from the 2013 season. Here is the schedule:Noon • Reds at Cardinals from Aug. 26: Allen … Continue reading A Christmas Gift from the Cardinals

Cardinals Lands Mark Ellis

Mark Ellis and the Cardinals have agreed to a one year deal. There is a physical that is pending before they move forward. Ellis will provide a right handed bat for the heavy left handed batters in the infield. Mark will probably share time with Wong but may have more starts then him. It is possible … Continue reading Cardinals Lands Mark Ellis

Cardinals Considering Mark Ellis

The second day into the Winter Baseball Meetings, the Cardinals are finally make a little noise. They are looking at Mark Ellis. He could very well be their right handed hitting infielder they are looking for. Mark Ellis's agent has met with several GMs but the Cardinals may have the money he is looking for. Ellis … Continue reading Cardinals Considering Mark Ellis

Joe Garagiola recieves Buck O’Neal Award

 Joe Garagiola a product of St. Louis, Mo that went on to play for the Cardinals from 1946-51 was honored by the National Baseball Hall of Fame with the Buck O'Neal Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is to honor an individual whose character, integrity and dignity is comparable to the late O'Neil. This award is … Continue reading Joe Garagiola recieves Buck O’Neal Award

Cardinals Hire David Bell

With Bengie Molina leaving to join the Texas Rangers as a first base coach and catching instructor the Cardinals needed a new batting assistant to help the main batting coach John Mabry. Today the Cardinals found that guy, David Bell. If your a Cardinal fan you would remember Bell as a back up player from … Continue reading Cardinals Hire David Bell

Tim McCarver Back with the Cardinals

Well, looks like its happening. Fox Sports Midwest is reporting that McCarver will be added to the broadcast booth in a limited role for the 2014 season. At the age of 72 McCarver will join the Fox Sports Midwest Team according to MLB.com. As a key player for the Cardinals in the 1964 World Series … Continue reading Tim McCarver Back with the Cardinals

Tony LaRussa Voted into the Hall of Fame

Today three of the most influential baseball managers of the modern era were voted into the Hall Of Fame today. The three were Tony LaRussa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox. They will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this summer. LaRussa also mentioned how we would like to get back into managing. It has … Continue reading Tony LaRussa Voted into the Hall of Fame

Beltran Signs with Yankees

Today the Yankees lost Robinson Cano to the Mariners for a price of $240 million dollars for a timespan of ten years. Well the Yanks turned around and was able to sign Carlos Beltran for $45 million for three years. It looks like Beltran got what he wanted a three year contract for the New … Continue reading Beltran Signs with Yankees

Tim McCarver Cardinals Broadcaster?

With all the complaints and angst the St. Louis Cardinals fans experienced while watching this years world series with McCarver's condescending banter comes some interesting news. With leaving his World Series broadcasting job for 34 years he actually did not retire from the broadcasting booth. Well word had got out that Tim McCarver and the … Continue reading Tim McCarver Cardinals Broadcaster?

Furcal Finds a New Home

With his noticeable absence throughout the year due to Tommy John surgery, Rafael Furcal was able to find a job right away. The Miami Marlins decided to sign Furcal to a one year deal worth $3.5mill a year. It is reported that the $3.5mil is full of incentives. I certainly wish Furcal a lot of … Continue reading Furcal Finds a New Home