Group Tickets for Single Games Now Available

Beginning today, organized groups of 20 fans or more may begin purchasing tickets to single games during the 2016 Cardinals season.  This season the club has reduced the number of people needed to qualify to the group rate to 20, down from 25.                  Designed for school and church groups, family or social gatherings, company … Continue reading Group Tickets for Single Games Now Available

Peralta Willing to move Positions

This morning on MLB Network Jon Morosi was reporting about Jhonny Peralta's comments during last weekends Winter Warm Up here in St. Louis......“In the future I can play some different positions. It doesn't matter for me,” Peralta said. “Whatever I have to do. I've played third base before and outfield and a couple games at … Continue reading Peralta Willing to move Positions

Sixty One Players reporting to Cardinals Spring Training

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they plan to open Spring Training next month in Jupiter, Fla. with 61 players in Major League camp, including 22 non-roster invitees. The new Cardinals players include  pitchers Jayson Aquino, Matt Bowman, Mike Leake and Seung Hwan Oh, catcher Brayan Pena and infielder Jedd Gyorko. The 25 STEP … Continue reading Sixty One Players reporting to Cardinals Spring Training

MLB Trade Deadline to Change

I found this piece of news kind of odd but it makes sense, this year is a leap year. This change is only for one year only. The non-waiver Trade Deadline this season will be moved to Aug. 1 from the traditional July 31 -- which in 2016 falls on a Sunday. The deadline is 4 … Continue reading MLB Trade Deadline to Change

Cardinals Theme Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets for more than 30 Theme Ticket promotional dates during the 2016 Season, including American Girl Night, Star Wars Night, Superhero Night and many more, are on sale now at cardinals.com/theme. “Theme Tickets are a great way for baseball fans to come together and show their support for a variety of groups and interests,” said … Continue reading Cardinals Theme Tickets on Sale Now

Cardinals Considering Desmond

With Justin Upton finally settling with Detroit Tigers for $132.75 for six years the Cardinals maybe in some urgency for some help for a bat with some power. According to Jon Morosi the Cardinals are very intrigued in the possibility of landing Ian Desmond. He might be a short stop or a mutli-positional player for … Continue reading Cardinals Considering Desmond

Shannon Will no Longer Call Road Games

Mike Shannon has recently told the Post Dispatch that he will no longer call road games for the 2016 Cardinals Season. This will also be his 44th season inside the booth. Rick Horton, who did some radio last season along with broadcasting televised games on Fox Sports Midwest, will do more radio this year. So will … Continue reading Shannon Will no Longer Call Road Games

2016 Cardinals Hall of Fame Announced

On Monday the Cardinals unveiled the eight-player modern ballot that was built by members of a Red Ribbon Committee, who considered the candidacy of 24 modern players before whittling that group down. The Cardinals define modern candidates as any players who have been retired from baseball for between three and 40 years and played at … Continue reading 2016 Cardinals Hall of Fame Announced

Mike Shannon’s Steak and Seafood Closing

A downtown landmark is closing after 30 years of business. I have learned that Mike Shannon's Steak and Seafood will be shutting its doors January 30. Mike's restaurant is known for great steak,an awesome atmosphere and local sports history.  The upscale restaurant it`s a upscale eatery that features baseball memorabilia, and St. Louis sports memorabilia. Shannon said … Continue reading Mike Shannon’s Steak and Seafood Closing