Without Lou Brock, I may not like baseball as much as I do today. One could call it a stretch. After all, my dad’s old man famously paced the front … Continue reading Lou Brock may have finally stolen heaven, but he’ll live in Cardinal hearts forever
Troy Siade died too young. He was the kind of the guy who came into a dark room and provided instant electricity. A guiding light for a slow day at … Continue reading South City Confessions: The one heroic deed that the St. Louis Cardinals did for the Manual Scoreboard crew
People who run red lights need a special kind of penalty. I’m talking about a $75 ticket and an ass-kicking. Just a small combination of knuckles and toes to make … Continue reading 6 Worthy Conversations: Why Bill Burr is my favorite comedian
According to Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, there will certainly be baseball this season. “Unequivocal” was the word used. On Wednesday, during ESPN's telecast of the draft, MLB commissioner … Continue reading 10 jobs Rob Manfred should consider instead of MLB commissioner
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 ragtag grouping of thoughts from my head this week.
Former Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson passed away at 29 Monday. A sudden brutal loss.
While he was a true character, Yogi Berra was also a great ballplayer.
Giancarlo Stanton is healing slowly from his broken hand surgery, but his bat is missed.
Disclaimer-I wrote this last August for the Conclave but saved it on the dose here for a future publishing. I saved it for when people started to doubt Molina’s brilliance. … Continue reading Yadier Molina: True Value
Vin’s first real experience at Busch.