Rookie Luke Weaver getting some Attention

I had recently noticed that MLBPipeline had ranked Cardinals Rookie Pitcher Luke Weaver at #3. It was recently reported that Weaver had caught the Cardinals GM John Mozeliak eye so far. So what is so special about Weaver?....well his fastball sitting consistently around 94 mph and Weaver showing the ability to reach back for 96 mph … Continue reading Rookie Luke Weaver getting some Attention

Jim Edmonds to join FSMW Booth

After three seasons of working as an analyst for the FOX Sports Midwest pregame and postgame shows, Edmonds is moving to the broadcast booth, where he'll work alongside play-by-play announcer Dan McLaughlin for 30 regular-season games. "I'm excited because it's something different. It's a challenge," said Edmonds, who is serving as a guest instructor for … Continue reading Jim Edmonds to join FSMW Booth

New MLB Rules

The MLB has adopted some new changes for 2016....check it out. New rules redefining what constitutes a legal slide while trying to break up a double play and two additions to the pace-of-game initiatives have been agreed to by Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association. The slide rule is intended to … Continue reading New MLB Rules

Tony Phillips Passes Away

Tony Phillips best known as a utility player for the World Series Champions Oakland A's in 1989 against the San Fransisco Giants passed away of a heart attack. His former teammate and current Diamondbacks GM Dave Stewart conveyed the news. He noted the sad fact that Phillips was preceded in death recently by two other prominent members of … Continue reading Tony Phillips Passes Away

Yadi Molina Speaks

In 2011 the face of the Cardinals changed when Albert Pujols left the Cardinals and signed a deal with the Angels for the rest of his career. It was soon very obvious who the main attraction really was....Yadier Benjamin Molina, this quick snap arm catcher became a huge sensation with having seven years straight as … Continue reading Yadi Molina Speaks

Nationals Sign Matt Belisle

The Nationals signed Matt Belisle this evening to a minor league contract and invited him to Major League Spring Training. When he was with the Cardinals last year he had a strong bottom line results in 33 2/3 innings, but his control took a notable step backwards, and his season was shortened significantly due to a lengthy … Continue reading Nationals Sign Matt Belisle

Molina on the Mend

I am very happy to report that Yadier Molina's cast has been removed from his left thumb. on the other hand we just don't know when he will return to the Cardinals to start the season. Molina was sidelined for the final two weeks of the regular season after injuring his thumb for the second straight … Continue reading Molina on the Mend

Sarah Hudek Picks up a Win

With just three more days for spring training to start, it's always fun to come across a feel good story. With many females that have played collegiate in the past, Bossier Parish Community College relief pitcher Sarah Hudek made news. Hudek came out of the bullpen to beat Hinds Community College (Miss.) on Wednesday night."I was a … Continue reading Sarah Hudek Picks up a Win

Frontier League Tryout and Draft

The 24th annual Frontier League Tryout Camp and Draft will be held on Monday, April 25 and Tuesday, April 26 at The Corn Crib in Normal, Illinois, home of the Normal CornBelters. All 12 Frontier League teams will be represented at the workouts, and scouts from multiple Major League Baseball teams also attend.  Advance registration … Continue reading Frontier League Tryout and Draft