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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
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
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 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 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!
Last night in the battle of beer cities, the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers battled it out at Miller Park. In an odd game, starter Jake Westbrook hit a grand slam to help his own cause in leading the … Continue reading
The St. Louis Cardinals have been beset by injuries in 2011, but it’s safe to say that when a moth flew into Matt Holliday’s ear last night, that topped them all. The bizarre incident happened during the top of the … Continue reading
UPDATE #2: The top video is an even higher quality video of the man and the woman. During Sunday night’s finale between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium, two fans decided to run out onto the field … Continue reading
Somehow you knew St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols was looking forward to Friday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, here are the amazing facts: 1) he was facing the National League team against which … Continue reading
I believe I’ve found my Halloween costume. The Memphis Redbirds will be wearing some freaky uniforms in a couple of weeks for a good cause. On Saturday August 13, the St. Louis Cardinals Triple-A affiliate will host Organ Donor Night … Continue reading
One of my favorite aspects of baseball is the way we dice and slice all sorts of individual and team statistics. Tuesday night Fox Sports Midwest noted the St. Louis Cardinals haven’t stolen a base since June 9 against the Houston Astros. … Continue reading
The St. Louis Cardinals All-Star first baseman Albert Pujols discusses his amazing recovery from a fractured left forearm a mere 16 days ago. Pujols was expected to be out for four- to six weeks. Rather than wait for the All … Continue reading
The Detroit Tigers Justin Verlander extended his incredible run with eight shutout innings and 14 strikeouts leading the Tigers to a 6-0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. Verlander has won his last six starts, allowing a total of four runs and 35 … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, Colby Rasmus shared an interesting dance with Adam Wainwright. Has the St. Louis Cardinals center fielder found a new bromance with hot-hitting shortstop Ryan Theriot? This screenshot from the Cardinals recent trip to Denver speaks … Continue reading