Top Cards on Twitter 2023: 26-50

Here we go with the last bulk post.  These are the folks that just missed getting into the Top 25.  Many of them have been in that august company before and likely will be again in the future, assuming we do this in the future.  That’s for later though.  Let’s get to the right now!

Place Handle Points Average Max Min # Ballots Prior Year
50 STL_Stats_Facts 510 7.727 10 2 66 163
49 stlsportscntrl 515 7.254 10 1 71 60
48 kburdtweets 515 8.047 10 1 64 169
47 B_Walton 522 7.457 10 1 70 40
46 Rinedog1 525 6.105 10 1 86 36
45 LangoschMLB 527 6.588 10 1 80 30
44 KaranEsch 535 7.985 10 2 67 35
43 KareemSSN 537 8.661 10 2 62 211
42 stlcupofjoe 538 5.275 10 1 102 21
41 cardinalsoffday 544 8.119 10 1 67 31

Our prolific podcaster Kelsey gets quite a boost as she is on the main ballot for the first time.  Some excellent minor league coverage in here with Brian Walton and Kareem.  As Cardinals fans, we are really blessed with a lot of folks that really take the minors seriously and bring us lots of great insights.  Joe may be grumpy about dropping this year but I’m sure it’s nothing another trip to Disney won’t cure.  Interestingly the COD podcast account beats out both of the personal accounts of its hosts.  (I would think bookowl might get some credit for that.)

Place Handle Points Average Max Min # Ballots Prior Year
40 CardinalHaiku 555 7.400 10 1   75 64
39 cigarmike 589 6.200 10 1 95 34
38 RobRains 601 7.805 10 2 77 38
37 lbundy90 606 7.301 10 1 83 28
36 triveratops 609 7.709 10 1 79 24
35 CardinalHistory 619 7.642 10 1 81 37
34 buffa82 658 5.624 10 1 117 104
33 keelynstl 663 7.286 10 1 91 20
32 emozeliak 656 7.400 10 1 90 161
31 The_Ryan_Shull 669 6.690 10 1 100 45

There’s a ton of great writers that cover the Cardinals but few of them have written as much or covered as long as Rob Rains has.  I love to give Tito a hard time about being wrong about basically everything, but he doubled his offspring this year so he doesn’t care what I say.  Listing Dan under his more known account made for a lot more votes for him this year.  Keely is one of the Cardinal Swifties and we aren’t talking about the 1942 team.  Ryan continues to pine for a big move which, as of this writing, is an unfulfilled Christmas wish.

Place Handle Points Average Max Min # Ballots Prior Year
30 peoriachiefs 702 7.800 10 1 90 32
29 poloascencio 728 8.565 10 4 85 22
28 CardsPlayerDev 729 8.679 10 3 84 175
27 OnlyCardsFans 744 7.750 10 2 96 NR
26 rachxboyd 806 7.533 10 1 107 25

Pretty much all of the Cardinal minor league teams are worth following and Peoria is no exception.  I’m really surprised Polo slipped out of the Top 25, given his active nature on the site and his personality.  The official player development account is definitely a good source for information and video on the up-and-coming Cardinals.  OCF is new this year but it’s like he’s always been around poking fun at the club.  Rachel is the second representative of the Crying in Baseball podcast we’ve seen so far.

Tomorrow we take a little deeper look at the accounts that make up the Top 25, so come back for those posts!

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