Is This The End For Pete Kozma & The Cardinals?

This week Pete Kozma was outrighted from the 40-man roster. So he’s gone? Right? He’s been cut? Most of the stories I saw on The Koz were regurgitations of the same line about him being ‘outrighted’ off the 40-man, assuming you and I know all the implications of what that means. Maybe you do. But […]


2015 Postseason: Couldn’t Have Been Worse For Cardinals Fans

Maybe you’ve been paying attention. Maybe you’ve been checked out for weeks. But the 2015 MLB season officially ended Sunday night/Monday morning. The Kansas City Royals are your World Series champions. Hard to believe that exactly 1 month ago today the Cardinals were putting a (rather unseemly) bow on a 100 win season and looking […]

This Video Sums Up The World Series?


Jaime Garcia Will Return To The Cardinals In 2016

One of the major questions of the St. Louis Cardinals off season has been answered… Jaime Garcia’s 11.5M contract option has been picked up for 2016. 5 things… 1) If you take out the ‘stomach incident‘ during his GM2 NLDS start from the equation, getting Garcia at 11.5M is a bargain. Garcia posted a FanGraphs […]

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New #STLNFL Stadium Hype Video + The Friday Links

The Rams might be getting good. They might also be moving to LA. These two things have led to a (personally) bizarre situation where it’s hard to feel. Todd Gurley just ripped off another 30 yarder? YAY! The Inglewood stadium site has broken ground? BOO! Beyond the normal week to week ups and downs of an […]



On October 26th 2014 – 1 Year Ago Today – Oscar Taveras Died

Lately Facebook has been playing around with TimeHop like features on your news feed. You’ll login to The Book and will be greeted with a post you made a year or two or three ago. It’s called ‘On This Day‘. For the most part, it’s good fun. And the few times it’s happened to me […]

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Justin Bieber’s New Song + The Friday Links

You guys are probably going to be angry at me for posting this. Sorry. But I want to keep you on trend. And while you’re sick to death of hearing ‘What Do You Mean’ on the radio right now, the second hit (I’m not counting the Skrillex/Diplo ‘Where Are U Now’ where Biebs is featured) […]


Who Will Be In The Cardinals 2016 Starting Rotation?

October is cruel. And strange. The New York Mets are heading to the World Series. Daniel Murphy is better than Stan Musial, Babe Ruth and Ted Williams. The NL Central – a historically great division –  won 0 games in the playoffs that weren’t against other NL Central teams. Just get in the playoffs, they […]


Scorecard Vendor Has Worked With Cardinals For 50 Years

I got passed along an issue of STL Magazine when I was back in St. Louis last weekend. Thought this was some good off-season filler to pass along. And yes, this is a picture of a ripped out magazine page. We do things old school around these parts, son. But in case you want to […]


30 Years Later, Don Denkinger Still Evokes Emotions

On Sunday night, after NLCS GM2 ended, the TBS post-game show ran a piece on the 30th anniversary of 1985 World Series GM6 (which will officially be next Monday, OCT 26th). More specifically on ‘the call’. This is the point where I’d normally embed the piece so everyone that missed it (i.e. pretty much everyone […]


Busch Stadium Ranks Highly On Year End Review List

Our friends over at Stadium Journey have been busy in 2015. They’ve built a database of over 2,200 stadium reviews from 51 countries. And just this year, they re-reviewed all 30 MLB stadiums. Today, the final rankings were released… O.co was the worst stadium reviewed. Considering their sewage problems, that’s not much of a surprise, […]

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Nathan For You + The Friday Links

Like you, I’ve been pretty down this week. Last night, after watching the Mets advance to the NLCS to face the Cubs, I went to the DVR. I couldn’t take the post-game talking heads. You know what one of the best feelings is? When a show that’s been gone for a while comes back and […]


So It Wasn’t A Bad Dream After All

It’s been two days. It’s felt like two years. You ever seen a fire hydrant get opened up? A firefighter with a big wrench twists and twists and twists until suddenly – water explodes EVERYWHERE. That’s kind of like us. Only instead of water, there are thousands of weenie taps and stubbed toes raining down. […]