The Friday Links

World Wide Magazine + The Friday Links

The concept of YouTube, where any video ever made could be instantly accessed, shared and live on forever – all for free – wasn’t a concept that content producers were capable of having in 1994. Today, people know. And we don’t get as many videos like this. If you’re from or been to the STL, […]


Yadier Molina Has Lost His Pitch Framing Touch

Yadier Molina is batting .244 with 13 strikeouts and only 4 XBH (0 HRs). Not great, but also not impeding the Cardinals patch to victory, it appears. Besides, Yadi’s real value has never been his hitting, per se, but his defense and staff management. The Cardinals sport a 2.46 ERA and 20 wins through roughly […]


10 Reasons It’s Great To Be A Cardinals Fan Today

This. A list of awesome things going on with the Cardinals right this very moment. 1) The Navy’s first win. 2) Matt Carpenter is the new Stan Musial. 3) They’re spanking the NL Central. 4) This is, like, once in a decade type stuff going on right now. 5) Dat bullpen. 6) They give the […]


Cardinals Announce The Hall of Fame Class (2015)

The 2nd annual St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame class has been announced by the team: Ted Simmons Bob Forsch Curt Flood George Kissell They will be inducted on Saturday August 15th in a ceremony at Ballpark Village. “We want to thank our fans and the Red Ribbon Panel for choosing such an outstanding induction […]


Carlos Martinez Is Having A Super Great Day

Carlos Martinez had a big day on Tuesday. Are you ready for all the ‘DAAAWWWWWWS’? Then Brian Stull’s Twitter feed should tell the story: Best recess EVER. Dammit, Los. You can’t do us like this in the middle of the day. We’ve got work to do. Can’t be in here dabbing our tears away. Looks […]


So We Have A Frontrunner For Game Of The Year ’15

The Cardinals are off to their best start since, well, ever, posting a 19-6 mark through the first 25 games of 2015. 1/2 inning into the game, though, it wasn’t looking so good for the Birds. Los had his first poor start of the season, walking all the Cubs and letting them take a 5-0 […]


Things To Talk About This Monday

Baseball seasons don’t end the first week in May. But if they did, the 2015 Cardinals would be one of the all-time greats! Let’s watch Wong walk it off… If you bet $100 dollars for the Astros to win 10 games ago and let your winnings ride, you’d have banked $160,000… You know those signs […]

The Friday Links

Broad City + The Friday Links

I’m on the hunt for new TV shows. Why? Ever load up the DVR and get the feeling like you’re about to do work, not relax? I need some fresh blood. So I started cruising around the webs to see who could make the cut. Broad City, people. Broad City. (This is where I’d embed […]


How Will You Remember The Tim Cooney Era?

Today Adam Wainwright was supposed to be on the mound pitching the series finale against the Phillies on a beautiful St. Louis day. Instead he was in post-op, recovering from achilles surgery and a young lefty by the name Tim Cooney was called up from AAA to make his MLB debut to try and plug […]


Cardinals Sue Non-Profit For Alleged Ticket Scalping Scheme

You can’t be bad and have ticket controversies. The Cardinals are good. They have been good. They will continue to be good. And people will pay a premium for good seats on good days to watch good teams. The Lewis & Clark Baseball League knew (knows) this. And if you believe the allegations that the […]


The Funk Is Hanging Over The Cardinals – Tom Hanks Is Here To Help

Here’s the text I sent out to a small group around 10:15a on Sunday morning: Could have been rich, boys. Could have been rich. The Cardinals dropped the official guillotine a few hours before the game against the Phillies last night – Adam Wainwright – our ace – will be out of commission until spring […]


Let’s Have Better NL Designated Hitter Arguements

If you Google ‘the future’, around 87 million results can be found. As a human populous, we’re fascinated with all things that have yet to happen. We wonder about the future. We talk about the future. We count on the future. No matter how hard we try, though, we just won’t ever be able to […]