Do me a favor and stop worrying about the St. Louis Cardinals’ current state of affairs for one evening. Inconsistent, expensive, and sitting comfortably third in the National League Central. Sounds like a cold plate of classic breakfast food. Embarrassing isn’t the right word but overall, this team just isn’t worth your tears. Forget about … More Waino, Yadi, and The Machine: Stop worrying about a disappointing season, and just witness good baseball
Imagine something for me, it’ll just take a few minutes. 2022. Busch Stadium, St. Louis. Clark and Spruce are jam-packed. It’s a few minutes before five and first pitch is just about two hours away. Jose Alberto Pujols won’t take the field, but he will have a shot at home run #700. Could he do … More Albert Pujols hitting #700 at Busch: An imaginary play-by-play
St. Louis Cardinals fans tend to forget, but Josh Hamilton almost broke their hearts all over again a decade ago. While many revel in David Freese’s bases-clearing triple that tied Game 6 of the 2011 World Series at nine runs apiece between the Cardinals and Texas Rangers, they forget Hamilton quickly erased that thrill less … More What happened to Josh Hamilton?
Quick reaction as the Cards complete a trade with The Angels that sends David Freese and Fernando Salas to the LA for Peter Bourjos and a minor league hitter by the name of Randal Grichuk. Right as I finished 24/7 on HBO of the Pacquiao/Rios fight, I was bombarded with tweets, alerts and updates … More The Bourjos-Freese Trade Instant Breakdown