Waino, Yadi, and The Machine: Stop worrying about a disappointing season, and just witness good baseball

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

Albert Pujols hitting #700 at Busch: An imaginary play-by-play

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

Lou Brock may have finally stolen heaven, but he’ll live in Cardinal hearts forever

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 porch of his home off Bancroft and Macklind while ranting about the latest Cardinals’ heartbreaking incident. It could have come naturally since my dad was … More Lou Brock may have finally stolen heaven, but he’ll live in Cardinal hearts forever

South City Confessions: The one heroic deed that the St. Louis Cardinals did for the Manual Scoreboard crew

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 the old ballpark. Old as in Busch Stadium 2.0, the outdated model that sat across the street and contained thousands of vivid memories for me. … More South City Confessions: The one heroic deed that the St. Louis Cardinals did for the Manual Scoreboard crew

6 Worthy Conversations: Why Bill Burr is my favorite comedian

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 someone understand that what they just did was stupid and unnecessary. I will get back into this in greater detail at a later date. Right … More 6 Worthy Conversations: Why Bill Burr is my favorite comedian