Mike Matheny’s Thoughts on Oscar Taveras.

This afternoon Mike Matheny put out a statement on the tragedy of losing Oscar Taveras: “I was asked last night to give some words regarding the tragic death of Oscar Taveras, but I just simply couldn't.  First of all, it felt like a bad dream that could not be real, and when reality kicked in, … Continue reading Mike Matheny’s Thoughts on Oscar Taveras.

A Sad Day in Cardinal Nation

As I began this evening to relax and watch the World Series, I got a text  that Oscar Taveras died today in a horrible car crash that also took the life of his girlfriend. My heart just broke when I read the message. I couldn't believe it. I then went on Twitter and saw the flood … Continue reading A Sad Day in Cardinal Nation

Wainwright’s Elbow

St. Louis Cardinals All-Star pitcher Adam Wainwright underwent a minor arthroscopic procedure earlier today to trim a small piece of cartilage from his right elbow. Although an initial MRI of his elbow conducted last week came back negative, Wainwright requested additional tests and the findings of a second MRI resulted in the decision to undergo … Continue reading Wainwright’s Elbow

Coleman Wants to Steal Home Again

Vince Coleman one of my favorite Cardinals from the mid-80's. is back and wants back in with the Cardinals as a base running instructor. I believe we could use him. The following article is from Rob Rains. It is a great read.and I am all for bringing Coleman back to the Cardinals family. Vince Coleman … Continue reading Coleman Wants to Steal Home Again

State of the Cardinals in 2015

With the St. Louis Cardinals elimination from the playoffs by the dreaded San Francisco Giants the team comes home to find some players wondering if they are returning or not or players looking forward in spending time with their families. I believe that the Cardinals shopping list would have a starting pitcher, middle relief pitchers, … Continue reading State of the Cardinals in 2015

Rangers Hire Banister as the new Manager

By overwhelming a dozen club officials through an extensive interview process, Jeff Banister has won the job as the next Rangers manager. Banister, who was the Pirates bench coach for the past four years, will be introduced as the Rangers' 18th full-time manager at an 11 a.m. CT press conference Friday. Banister replaces Tim Bogar, … Continue reading Rangers Hire Banister as the new Manager

NLCS Roster set for The Cardnals

Excuse me for being late on this piece of news but I am just so happy to see the Cardinals dropping Sam Freeman for A J Pierzynski. I was hoping this would happen for this weekends series and it did. A good bench  hitter that has an eye for the dramatics. He could become the … Continue reading NLCS Roster set for The Cardnals

NLCS Schedule of Events

For the fourth consecutive year and the ninth time in the past 15 seasons, the Cardinals have advanced to the National League Championship Series (NLCS). The Cardinals will have home-field advantage over the San Francisco Giants for the seven-game series which begins Saturday at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals are making their fourth consecutive postseason appearance … Continue reading NLCS Schedule of Events

Things to Know for NLDS at Busch Stadium

For the second year in a row, the Cardinals clinched a Central Division championship and punched a ticket back to the National League Division Series. The Cardinals are facing the rival Los Angeles Dodgers who have home-field advantage for the best-of-five series. The Cardinals are making their fourth consecutive postseason appearance and the 27th postseason … Continue reading Things to Know for NLDS at Busch Stadium