Top Seven St. louis Cardinals Prospects of 2015

It's that time of the year again where I pick my top seven prospects of 2015. This isn't easy but its fun to figure out. There is a lot of talent to sift through. After a long drawn out research on our minor league system, I now present to you all my top seven. Alex … Continue reading Top Seven St. louis Cardinals Prospects of 2015

St. Louis Cardinals Postseason Ticket Information

After securing a postseason berth for the fifth straight season, the St. Louis Cardinals are announcing ticket details for potential National League Championship Series (NLCS) games.                 Tickets for potential NLCS games at Busch Stadium go on sale Thursday, October 1 at noon CT at, via phone at 314.345.9000 and at the Busch Stadium … Continue reading St. Louis Cardinals Postseason Ticket Information

Piscotty Released from Hospital

Earlier today Mike Matheny said that Stephen Piscotty has been released from the hospital following last night’s collision. Matheny also said “Stephen has been released now and everything came back clear,” Cardinals manager Mike Matheny told KMOX Radio about 3:20 p.m. Tuesday. “All the neurological tests came back negative, and they were very surprised just … Continue reading Piscotty Released from Hospital

Good News on Piscotty

This just in......The Cardinals just announced that all tests on Piscotty are negative but he will be held overnight for observation. I can now breathe easier. Piscotty, a rookie, has played in 61 games for the Cardinals this season. He is batting .313 with an .872 OPS. He has been a great addition to the … Continue reading Good News on Piscotty

The Return of Adam Wainwright

As Molina goes down for an undetermined amount of time another Cardinal makes his return this week. It has been a long road back for Wainwright. Wainwright threw a simulated game on Saturday and was awaiting approval from his doctors to be activated and rejoin his teammates, according to Jenifer Langosch of Well, on … Continue reading The Return of Adam Wainwright

Molina Will Miss the rest of the Season

I just got the tweet from Derrick Gould that "Molina will miss remainder of regular season, as Matheny says he still must rest and won't see doctor again until next Sun/Mon". This means is that Molina will miss at least the final week of regular season because of a torn ligament in his left thumb. … Continue reading Molina Will Miss the rest of the Season

The 2015 Post Season Schedule

Okay Baseball Fans here is your one stop need to know news on the 2015 Post Season Schedule of dates, times, what channel and which radio station. Make sure to thank Mark Newman of that put all this together for us and Lets Go Cardinals!!!!! The 2015 postseason schedule will begin on Oct. 6, … Continue reading The 2015 Post Season Schedule

The St. Louis Cardinals love their iPads

The guys from FanSided Daily sent me this article that's worth reading. What a useful tool the iPad has become for scouting: The original article came from Sports Techie, author unknown The St. Louis Cardinals recently took a huge step in bringing baseball into the modern era by using what seems to be an everyday … Continue reading The St. Louis Cardinals love their iPads

Yogi Berra the beloved Son of St. Louis

One of Major League Baseball's finest player Yogi Berra has passed away Tuesday at the age of 90. The Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center in Little Falls, N.J., announced his death. Before moving to an assisted living facility in nearby West Caldwell, in 2012, Berra had lived for many years in neighboring Montclair. Yogi … Continue reading Yogi Berra the beloved Son of St. Louis

The Return of Adam Wainwright

According to Cardinals Writer Jennifer Langosch, Wainwright will soon throw a simulated game and could become part of the bullpen by the end of the regular season...Cardinals GM John Mozeliak told reporters Wainwright, 34, was 2-1 with a 1.44 ERA in his four starts before tearing his Achilles. He finished third in Cy Young voting … Continue reading The Return of Adam Wainwright