Skip Schumaker’s New Career

Skip Schumaker was definitely a fan favorite here in St. Louis especially with the young fans. I am very happy to report that he had a landed a front office job with the San Diego Padres. He deserves it. Here is the article written by Dennis Lin of The San Diego Union Tribune.... Skip Schumaker … Continue reading Skip Schumaker’s New Career

Alex Reyes a possible Call Up

Today on MLB Network John Manuel reports that the Cardinals may bring up Alex Reyes in the second half of the season as a starter or a bullpen pitcher since the Cardinals do have some pitching questions. The Cardinals view him as an impact pitcher with a fastball in the upper 90s and a electric … Continue reading Alex Reyes a possible Call Up

Brayan Pena Activated from the DL

The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to tonight’s game that they have activated switch-hitting catcher Brayan Pena (left knee surgery) from the 15-day disabled list and designated catcher Eric Fryer for assignment.   Pena, 34, who underwent left knee surgery the first week in April, had missed the first 75 games of the 2016 season.   He … Continue reading Brayan Pena Activated from the DL

Should the Cardinals give to Closer roll to Oh

Well, it looks like the Cardinals have a problem with their closer Trevor Rosenthal. So far this season he has a 5.63 ERA and in 4 innings he's walked 21 batters, all unintentionally, and opposing hitters have an OBP of .429. More to the point, he's a closer who this season has on average allowed more … Continue reading Should the Cardinals give to Closer roll to Oh

Ballpark Village Phase Two News

Some details of possible new development at Ballpark Village are getting out. The information comes from a solid source: Bill DeWitt III, president of the St. Louis Cardinals. In remarks Thursday evening at the Post-Dispatch's Top Workplaces event at the Joule event venue in Lafayette Square, DeWitt provided an update on future plans for the … Continue reading Ballpark Village Phase Two News

Fan Fest All Star Legends Schedule

I love the All-Star Game due to fond memories of me and my dad watching our favorite players from around the AL and NL Leagu get together to have some fun. When I saw the list of ex-Padres players that will be signing autographs, doing clinics, Q&A, and other fan related fun I was giddy … Continue reading Fan Fest All Star Legends Schedule

Brayan Pena to return in July

Brayan Pena is now getting closer to the end of his 20 day rehab with the Springfield Cardinals. He has missed the entire season so far with a knee injury that required surgery, was supposed to give the Redbirds a threatening bench bat and a serviceable backup who would allow starter Yadier Molina to take more … Continue reading Brayan Pena to return in July

Nigerian Baseball Youth Group in need of Equipment

Who knew there was baseball in Nigeria?  Well yes there is thanks to Baseball Tomorrow Foundation Nigeria, they are non profit organization working in the development of youth baseball in the grassroot. The organization as been developing the game of youth baseball and softball in the grass root from the ages of 7-15yrs (primary and secondary schools). … Continue reading Nigerian Baseball Youth Group in need of Equipment

Cardinals Sign Walker Robbins

Walker Robbins The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have agreed to terms with six players on minor league contracts, including their 2016 fifth round selection (166th player overall) Walker Robbins, an outfielder from George County (Miss.) High School.   The team also announced that they have come to terms with draftees Stefan Trosclair  (20th … Continue reading Cardinals Sign Walker Robbins

Tommy Pham called Up

The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to today’s game that they have recalled outfielder Tommy Pham from Memphis (AAA) and optioned outfielder Randal Grichuk to the triple-A club.   Pham, 28, the Cardinals Opening Day starter in left field, was batting a combined .250 (31-for-124) with 4 HR’s and 19 RBI in 37 games with … Continue reading Tommy Pham called Up