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Category Archives: National League
After the St. Louis Cardinals 5-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday night at Busch Stadium, the Cardinals website proclaimed “Cards remain atop NL West perch.” While it’s true that the Redbirds are in first place, they are in the … Continue reading
Today we dress the young boys! / Hoy disfrazamos a los novatos! pic.twitter.com/0bLunGftSD — Car Go (@CarGoMedia5) September 12, 2013 The Colorado Rockies did a little rookie hazing this afternoon following their game against the San Francisco Giants. Notice the … Continue reading
The Atlanta Braves are mere days from clinching yet another National League East title, but that is stopping them from having a little fun. Today, Braves back-up second baseman Elliot Johnson decided to conduct a Twitter poll between second basement … Continue reading
So, who is @Decker6 aka Cody Decker? While at UCLA, the slugger was named twice to the All-Pac-10 team and was known for his unique “batters box stomp” featured in this video. Now in the San Diego Padres organization, the … Continue reading
Cody Decker is a minor league first baseman drafted by the San Diego Padres in 2009. While at UCLA, the slugger was named twice to the All-Pac-10 team and was known for his lengthy, unique “batters box stomp.” (He developed … Continue reading
Cardinal Nation is not taking the news of Albert Pujols signing with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim very well. One chain of sporting goods stores in St. Louis was giving all Pujols jerseys, shirts, etc. away for FREE yesterday. … Continue reading
Not surprisingly, Twitter blew up this morning after King Albert signed a monster deal with the so-called “Mystery Team” – also known as Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Fans in Cardinal Nation were optimistic when they went to bed last night after learning … Continue reading
We all know about the rally squirrel from St. Louis (above), but ANOTHER feisty squirrel was spotted, caught and released hours before tonight’s NLDS playoff game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. WATCH THE … Continue reading
After the Chicago Cubs lost two late inning games to “hated” rival the St. Louis Cardinals, it was time to dress up the rookies for their flight to San Diego Sunday evening. Veteran pitcher Kerry Wood (now I feel old), … Continue reading
The Philadelphia Phillies will determine whether the Atlanta Braves slide into the National League Wild Card spot or face the red-hot St. Louis Cardinals (rather than one of the other division winner) in the NLDS. But none of that mattered … Continue reading
Los Angeles Dodgers got into the rookie hazing game (finally)! The Roman tunics are a quite lovely. Spartacus anyone? Rookies Jerry Sands and Russell Mitchell are the victims here. Check out the whole gallery from http://www.vinscullyismyhomeboy.com
The New York Mets finally got into the rookie hazing game after swiping two of three from the reeling Atlanta Braves at Turner Field. Here are Nyets lovelies posing with several much more attractive Delta flight attendants before boarding their … Continue reading
The 2011 Houston Astros are by far the worst team in baseball so it should be no surprise that they have plenty of rookies playing in September. Last night after losing a tough game at Wrigley Field against the … Continue reading
The St. Louis Cardinals are making a frenetic push for the Wild Card spot in the National League, but they took time off to have a little fun by getting into the rookie hazing game!
The Arizona Diamondbacks have been the biggest surprise this season by running away with the National League West. When it came to rookie hazing day, maybe we should be the ones to runaway! The baby D-backs are unlikely to get … Continue reading