Nothing New Under The Sun

We knew, didn't we?  If this had been a network TV show, we'd have watched the first inning, said "This is a rerun" and turned it off.  It's rare when a game can be pretty much decided after the fifth at-bat, but that was the case last night against the Brewers. I was on my [...]

Beginning tomorrow on Roberto Clemente Day, fans can vote on for the national recipient and register for a chance to win a trip to the 2014 World Series ST. LOUIS, MO (September 16, 2014) – Major League Baseball and Chevrolet, the official vehicle of MLB, today announced that Jason Motte was named the Cardinals’ [...]

Cards Pregame Bits

Good afternoon folks. It's a lunch break dose here, so the time to engage is 20 minutes. Here we go. All I can think of and put on a page about the Cards. *Starting with Lance Lynn. Post All Star Break, Lynn is 5-3 with a 2.06 ERA in 70 innings. He has 61 strikeouts [...]


Last year, the Cardinals tried something fairly unique in the realm of baseball promotion.  Under the label of #Nestflix, they created their own version of the TV show The Office, inspired in large part because the actresses that played Phyllis and Pam were St. Louis natives and big Cardinal fans.  They wrangled Phyllis to play [...]

Humorous Parody Celebrates Team History While Creatively Spotlighting The Cardinals Museum & Team Archive ST. LOUIS, MO (September 15, 2014) –The St. Louis Cardinals will today debut #BirdToTheFuture, an Instagram video series that promises to be a wild and entertaining ride through Cardinals history. “We hope fans enjoy the daily episodes that we will post [...]

Sweeping Some of That Magic Away

After the struggles against Cincinnati, it was good to see the Cardinals come home and take care of business against one of the worst teams in the league.  The sweep against Colorado was pretty necessary as well, since Pittsburgh just dropped one this weekend.  With two weeks to go in the season (really?  Where did 2014 [...]

Pennant Push It Real Good

Good morning everyone, or early afternoon depending on when this hits the site. As we roll out of bed this morning we see the Cardinals sitting at the top of the NL Central with a 3 ½ game cushion on the Pirates. This season has the feel of ones in the not so distant past [...]

Why Push Michael Wacha?

Look, I may not be a medical expert or a certified trainer or anything, but I can still recognize a bad decision from afar. Deep inside the walls of Busch Stadium, Michael Wacha's 2014 prospects hang in the balance and within the center of a few people's thoughts and decision making. Mike Matheny, John Mozeliak, [...]

After scuffling in Cincinnati, the Cards came home to take on a Rockies team that doesn't have to worry about .500, they have to worry about staying above .400.  Putting a very bad team in front of your very good pitcher is a great way to end a losing streak. Before we get to that [...]

A Dangerous Game

Every time hitters step into the box, they are taking a huge risk. It is part of their job and the way they make their money but in a day and age where pitchers are throwing 100 mph moving fastballs, the danger is apparent every time a pitch is thrown to the plate. Often, I [...]

Annual keepsake on sale now for $15 online, at Busch Stadium and at area retailers                 ST. LOUIS, MO (September 11, 2014) – Today, the St. Louis Cardinals released the Official 2014 Yearbook which pays tribute to the Cardinal legacies left by newly inducted Hall of Fame Managers Tony La Russa and Joe Torre. This comprehensive, colorful [...]

It’s Not Over Yet

I am in the midst of training my son(3 years old on Sunday) to use the toilet and every time he feels like revolting, he tells me with a stern glare, "NOT YET DADDY!" I feel like telling many Cardinal fans and Mike Matheny the same thing about the 2014 regular season. It's far from [...]



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