The Cardinals Are Hearing Everything We Say – Can They Use It For Good?

You know what we don’t hear as much from professional athletes anymore? ‘I don’t read that stuff’ or ‘I don’t pay attention’. Specifically when asked about media attention/speculation/opinions. I suspect it’s because they physically can not NOT pay attention. Not that long ago, it wasn’t hard for an athlete to turn the car radio from […]


15 Years Ago Today, Eddie Vedder Trolled St. Louis

If you’re a St. Louis sports fan, it wasn’t a good weekend. The Cardinals shot themselves in the foot and gave away an NLDS game to the Cubs. The Blues still can’t solve the Minnesota Wild (the team that eliminated them from the 2015 postseason). And the Rams had opportunities to make it game in […]


Jaime Garcia’s Aching Tummy Puts Cardinals In NLDS Hole

Heartburn? Maybe diarrhea? Maybe. Very few ailments could come upon Cardinals NLDS GM2 starter Jaime Garcia that would be more appropriate to St. Louis fans current mood than ‘stomach virus’. Lasting just 2 innings, Garcia surrendered 5 runs (all unearned, but not really, since his poor defense was the main reason they were officially scored […]


Scenes From Cards/Cubs NLDS GM1

That was fun. After all the waiting. All the anticipation. All the excitement. We finally got some sweet playoff action between the Cardinals and Cubs. If you’re a fan of the St. Louis professional baseball team, then you adored last night’s game. Want to hug it and squeeze it and kiss it all over. Dominant […]


Nobody Has Any Idea What’s Going To Happen Tonight

YouTube doesn’t do any favors to classic songs. In our mind these superstar musicians keep it 100 at all times. Way cooler than us. Way. They’d never agree to get video taped lip-syncing on a cheap plywood platform with some ‘artistic’ paint bucket spills, right? Right? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMyCa35_mOg Oh. Truth be told, I was just going to […]


Cardinals Announce 25-Man Roster For NLDS

The Cardinals have made their 2015 NLDS final roster. Headlines: Yadier Molina in on and will play Adam Wainwright has made the roster Pitchers Randy Choate & Steve Cishek are off Tommy Pham & Greg Garcia are on Matt Adams & Peter Kozma are off 11 pitchers | 14 position players Notes: Jon Jay got the […]


Omar Has Some Advice For Cubs Fans

The Cubs have won their first ‘playoff’ game since 2003. Congrats. Only 53 more playoff wins from tying the Cardinals over the same time period. +++++ As a neutral observer, the Cubs win in the Wild Card game was impressive. They went into Pittsburgh and punched a 98 win team right in the mouth. Jake […]


Cardinals Versus Cubs – In The Playoffs!

The Cubs came into Pittsburgh and punched the Pirates right in the mouth. After anticipation built to a frenzy the past couple days for the NL Wild Card game, we all pretty much expected an epic pitching duel between Gerrit Cole and Jake Arrieta. Arrieta – still in beast mode – showed up. A complete […]


Bland Predictions For the NL Wild Card Game Tonight

UPDATE (10:39p) – I was wrong about pretty much everything. If I were you, I’d move along and spare yourself being embarrassed for me. +++++ Not the best headline. I know. We’re not here to lie to each other, though. I don’t believe there’s going to be anything ‘bold’ or ‘amazing’ that I can predict. […]


Here’s A Huge Stan Musial Mural Made From Rubik’s Cubes

Today the Cardinals unveiled an art project that will be a permanent installation at Ballpark Village. It was made by Connor Wright, a senior at Priory High School. And it’s made entirely from 5,980 Rubik’s Cubes: What more is there to really say? That’s a badass piece of art. If you’re down around Ballpark Village […]


Who Do We Want To Play In October… On A Scale Of Bourjos

Was I the only one rooting for the Angels to sneak into the postseason and somehow face the Cardinals in the World Series? Albert Pujols has played 4 (FOUR? We’re getting old…) full seasons in Anaheim without making a return trip to St. Louis. Baseball is weird, man. Any other for-profit sports league in the […]


Looking Back On 2015 – The Stats

The Cardinals have finished the 2015 regular season. And since we have tons of time to kill between now and Friday evening, let’s take a look back on some of the stats that defined the NL Central champs… Hitting – Total Runs: 647 (24th in MLB) Hits: 1386 (14th in MLB) Team Average: .253 (12th in […]