Cardinals Targeting David Price

The domino effect has just begun, free agent starting pitcher Jordan Zimmerman just signed a five year $110 million dollar deal. In the next two weeks we will see the other top free agent pitchers fall into place with other teams. Recently Ken Rosenthal has reported that the Cardinals are one of the top contenders for … Continue reading Cardinals Targeting David Price

Randal Grichuk teams up with Operation Food Search

– St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Randal Grichuk and the St. Louis Cardinals are teaming up with Operation Food Search in a social media fundraising campaign this holiday season, ‘Fill a Kid’s Plate,’ to feed hungry kids in the St. Louis bi-state region. Now through Christmas, for each donation of $35, $50 or $100 made online … Continue reading Randal Grichuk teams up with Operation Food Search

Cardinals and Zobrist Talking

It's the day before Thanksgiving and the Hot Stove League is heating up with talks about Ben Zobrist and the Cardinals. This morning Jon Heyman reported that the Cardinals have reached out to Ben Zobrist. There has been at least 20 teams in the mix, they are believed to be among the more interested teams, as … Continue reading Cardinals and Zobrist Talking

2015 Winter Warm Up Information

Cardinals Care, the charitable foundation of the St. Louis Cardinals, announced today that tickets for the 20th annual Winter Warm-Up (#CardsWarmUp) will be available starting Friday, November 27 at 10 a.m. CT. One of the most popular fan events in baseball, Winter Warm-Up takes place Saturday, January 16 through Monday, January 18, 2016 (Dr. Martin … Continue reading 2015 Winter Warm Up Information

McGwire Heading to San Diego?

News have been swirling around Mark McGwire and the San Diego Padres in regards to offering him a job with the organization. According to Dennis Lind of the San Diego Union Tribune , the Padres are in discussions with former Dodgers hitting coach Mark McGwire about their bench coach job.  Recently McGwire removed his name from the … Continue reading McGwire Heading to San Diego?

Cardinals Very Interested in Chris Davis

According to Jon Morosi of Fox Sports, the St. Louis Cardinals "have had discussions" with Davis' agent Scott Boras recently. Morosi adds the Cardinals "are intrigued by Davis' ability to play first base, third base, right field and left field." The 29-year-old has primarily played first base and DH in recent years, but he did play right … Continue reading Cardinals Very Interested in Chris Davis

ESPN Covering Seven Opening Day Games

DALLAS – ESPN will provide national coverage of seven 2016 Opening Day games on Sunday, April 3rd and Monday, April 4th.  The announcement was made today by Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr. at the conclusion of MLB’s quarterly owners meetings. The seven games on Sunday and Monday will include the participation of all 10 Clubs … Continue reading ESPN Covering Seven Opening Day Games

Almedys Diaz Added to 40 Man Roster

This afternoon the Cardinals promoted to Triple-A Memphis late in the season after recording a .264/.324/.421 line in 375 at-bats for Double-A Springfield. The Cardinals likely made this move in order to protect Diaz from the upcoming Rule 5 Draft, but he could be a candidate to make the 25-man roster in the coming years considering St. … Continue reading Almedys Diaz Added to 40 Man Roster

Mark Buehrle Wants to pitch for the Cardinals

There has been several times in which I have read and heard Mark Buehrle mention that he would love to play for the Cardinals before he calls it quits. Just recently Bob Elliot of The Toronto Sun reports free agent starting pitcher Mark Buehrle, will either retire or pitch for the Cardinals -- his childhood hometown … Continue reading Mark Buehrle Wants to pitch for the Cardinals

Charlie James Inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

I am very proud to announce my cousin Charlie James  has been enshrined into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. Born in December 1937 to Charles and Lucille James, Charlie eventually emerged as a 6-foot-1, 195-pound halfback at Webster Groves High School. He earned a scholarship to Mizzou and, as a sophomore in 1956, hauled … Continue reading Charlie James Inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame