Sports can create a ruthless dichotomy with its fan base. Baseball is where this particular unhealthy trait can fester the most. Major League Baseball players make mistakes on the field, … Continue reading South City Confessions: It’s perfectly fine to criticize professional baseball players without crucifying them
As May descends towards June and MLB owners and players fight over the proper amount of money to start up baseball here in 2020, I wanted to strip away all … Continue reading Why I miss baseball: The greatest game
I miss the guy. In case you are living under a rock down on the edge of Soulard, you know baseball is coming soon. The offseason chill is starting to … Continue reading Why @cardinalsgifs is the best
A little fire from a player and honesty from a writer isn’t a bad thing
Did the St. Louis Cardinals make a good enough offer to Albert Pujols, or was the superstar slugger wronged by a franchise he helped win a pair of World Series … Continue reading Albert Pujols may have left St. Louis, but he’ll be a Cardinal forever
Pedro Guerrero. All I remember is this first baseman, who used to play for the Los Angeles Dodgers, coming to bat for the St. Louis Cardinals. He didn’t look like … Continue reading Thank you, Pedro Guerrero: Why baseball is my favorite sport
Win or lose, sports pull you in. Every year, teams take the field or ice, do battle, and find new ways to wage war inside our hearts and minds. Ask … Continue reading The good, bad, and ugly of St. Louis sports in 2018
David Freese returned to Busch Stadium this past weekend and it was a bittersweet moment.
What happens when a man and woman talk baseball? 30 minutes of blunt perspective.
10 years ago, the St. Louis Cardinals stopped using the Manual Scoreboard, a place where baseball fans were paid to watch games, change scores and slowly become a close knit family.
As the new season begins in a week, it’s time to follow a few new accounts. Cards fans, take a look at Bruno.
The Cubs may be the new kid in town but the Cardinals will have plenty of firepower to hold them off. My warning to Chicago fans.