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2015 St. Louis Cardinals Preview


Yeah I know there has been one game played in this season already. I felt I still have time to write my Cardinals individual preview for the year. The 2015 Cardinals bring with them an energy, a mission. Many of them were not happy with the way the team was defeated in the 2014 National […]

Let Them Play – The 2014 Cardinals Playoff Push Is On!


Once again it’s late September. The weather in St. Louis has started to cool down. Some of those around town are asking when the Rams will be moving to Los Angeles. Others are counting down the three weeks until the St. Louis Blues take the ice. I wonder all of these things but my mind […]

It’s World Series Time!


Yes the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers like I predicted as did the Boston Red Sox by beating the Detroit Tigers. Got both of those right. Sorry to all my Tigers fan friends. I wish Jim Leyland the best in his retirement. Remember he was a Cardinals scout before he took your […]

Hunt For Red October


With less than two weeks left in the regular season St. Louis Cardinals fans are getting that itch for postseason. The Cardinals are tied for first place in the National League Central Division and their magic number to clinch a birth in the playoffs stands around 5 as I am writing this. So let’s just […]

My 2013 All Star Ballot


A couple of years ago when Bud Selig decided to make the All-Star game ‘count’ I thought this might be a cool idea. See baseball’s biggest stars fight for which league will get home field advantage in the World Series. I can say this probably helped the Cardinals win, so I have grown used to […]

2013 Cardinals in Spring Training


Yeah I know, haven’t written a blog in a while.  Haven’t heard anybody complaining or telling me that it has been missed.  Things that make you go hmmmm. Let’s see what has happened with our beloved St. Louis Cardinals this spring.  They got great new batting practice hats; they are going to wear red hats […]

Season’s Reflections and Post Season Preview


Well 162 games are down the drain and Major League Baseball is down to 10 teams in the playoffs.  This season had a different feel for me with my beloved St. Louis Cardinals.  There was some interesting high expectation and I think the Cardinals finished about where I thought they would by making it into […]