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My 2015 Postseason Playoff Predictions


The regular season is about to begin in Major League Baseball. I included a lot of stuff in my postseason awards blog that I decided to add an additional blog for my predictions (or at this point somewhat educated guesses) at the 2015 Playoffs. Let me start by reminding you of the final standings I’ve […]

My 2015 American League Predictions 


My 2015 American League Predictions I am really excited that baseball season is almost here. I am doing my predictions blogs this week as part of this year’s March assignment for the United Cardinals Bloggers. In an amazing five part daily blog series, today I am starting with the American League. Then I will be […]

Can They Beat The Royals?


Jeff’s 2014 postseason sing a long continues with a request from Kansas City. The artist is Lorde, and the song is Royals. Sing with me… Can they beat the Royals? Royals…. Apparently no one can beat the Kansas City Royals this postseason. Not the Oakland A’s in the Wild Card game. Not the Detroit Tigers […]

Cardinals Care 50/50 Raffles


Beginning on Friday April 25th, the St. Louis Cardinals and Cardinals Care started a 50/50 Raffle. Simply put, however many dollars in tickets are sold, Cardinals Care will give away half that amount. Hence the 50/50. The raffles will be held at all weekend home games along with midweek series against the New York Yankees […]

Predictions Time

Predictions Time


The March assignment for the United Cardinals Bloggers is to put out there in blog form our MLB predictions for the upcoming season.  I normally do this on my own each year, but this is the first one I’ll be publishing, so here it goes. AL East: Boston Red Sox Tampa Bay Rays (WC) New […]

I’m Disappointed Cardinals Nation


Let me start off by saying that I was shocked when I heard Albert Pujols signed with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for 10 years and 254 million dollars.  No trade clause included.  Shocked. Stunned.  I really thought there was no way he would leave St. Louis.  Baseball is a business and if you […]