Cardinals punished by MLB

This just in by Derrick Goold........... The illegal actions of a former Cardinals executive that put him in prison will also cost the team draft picks and a punitive fine in one of the harshest penalties enforced by Major League Baseball in recent memory. And the Houston Astros will directly benefit. In a decision issued … Continue reading Cardinals punished by MLB

Royals Sign Moss

The Royals have agreed to a two-year, $12MM contract with free agent first baseman/outfielder Brandon Moss, according to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports (Twitter link). The deal is pending a physical. ESPN’s Jim Bowden first reported earlier Sunday that Kansas City was nearing an agreement with Moss, an ACES client. Signing with the Royals will … Continue reading Royals Sign Moss

The State of Molina and the Pitchers

With eighteen more days coming our way for Yadi Molina and his groups of pitchers we begin to see where the chips may fall with our pitchers and what is going on with oue favorite catcher. According to the Cardinals Beat Writer Jennifer Langosch..... The Cardinals have promised Rosenthal that he'll get multiple-inning appearances this … Continue reading The State of Molina and the Pitchers

2017 Group Tickets on Sale

Today, organized groups of 20 fans or more may begin purchasing tickets to Cardinals games for the 2017 season.  Designed for school and church groups, family or social gatherings, company outings and more, group tickets allow fans to enjoy the game in a community environment and at a discounted price.                 “No matter what type … Continue reading 2017 Group Tickets on Sale

2017 Cardinals Theme Tickets on Sale Now!

Tickets for more than 30 Theme Ticket promotional dates during the 2017 season, including Star Wars Night and St. Louis Blues Night, are on sale now at “Theme Tickets are a great way for baseball fans to come together and show their support for a variety of groups and interests,” said Martin Coco, Director … Continue reading 2017 Cardinals Theme Tickets on Sale Now!

Cardinals Looking for a Bat Boy

Received from a friend  Josh Kerivan........ The St. Louis Cardinals are in need of some serious help in 2017. I mean, yeah, they need a power bat and they need to figure out what’s going on at second and they could use a reliever or two. But what they REALLY need is a batboy! The … Continue reading Cardinals Looking for a Bat Boy

John Mozeliak Speaks

Cardinals GM John Mozeliak addressed questions from fans and media during the club’s Winter Warm-Up event this weekend.  Here are some of Mozeliak’s hot stove-related comments, courtesy of Derrick Goold, Jeff Gordon and Ben Frederickson of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch… After failing to reach agreements with Carlos Martinez or Michael Wacha before Friday’s arbitration filing … Continue reading John Mozeliak Speaks

Winter Warm Up& Cardinal Caravan Proceeds

The St. Louis Cardinals confirmed this morning that they will move forward with both the Cardinals Caravans and Winter Warm-Up activities scheduled for Sunday, January 15th and Monday, January 16th.  The Cardinals made the decision to confirm both events after consulting with the National Weather Service and representatives of the Missouri and Illinois Departments of … Continue reading Winter Warm Up& Cardinal Caravan Proceeds

Cardinals Winter Warm Up Schedule

The 21st annual Cardinals Care Winter Warm-Up (#CardsWarmUp) and the Cardinals Caravan (#CardsCaravan) highlight a busy Cardinals-themed holiday weekend that kicks off the 2017 baseball season.                 Winter Warm-Up—the largest fundraising effort for the team’s charitable fund, Cardinals Care—returns to the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch Saturday, January 14 through Monday, January 16 … Continue reading Cardinals Winter Warm Up Schedule

Big City avoids Arbitration

MLBTraderumors report that the Cardinals and first baseman Matt Adams have avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year deal worth $2.8MM, reports Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports (on Twitter). That figure is an exact match with the projection from MLBTR contributor Matt Swartz. Adams, 28, missed roughly three weeks of the 2016 season with shoulder … Continue reading Big City avoids Arbitration