The Week that Was In Cardinals Spring Training (Part II)

You’ve got a job. Maybe kids. Maybe school. And 1,000 other things to worry about – it’s hard keeping up with all the stories coming from practice baseball camp in Florida. We’re here to help. Let’s take a look at the news that made news this past week that was in Cardinals spring training. Story: […]

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Leon Bridges + The Friday Links

Music is an intensely personal thing. So it’s hard for me to sit here and say a song/artist is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ or any other adjective. That’s up to your ears and brain. But the other day I did come upon a song and was surprised to find that said song I thought was from […]

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The 2006 World Series Scandal – Still Going?

ELI5 is a popular sub-Reddit. It means ‘Explain It Like I’m 5′ and it hosts a bunch of interesting topics where people that are experts (or at least claim to be) explain things to everyone it the most simple way possible. Just like you’d talk to a 5 year-old. If all our cells are replaced […]


Adam Wainwright Leaves Camp To Have Ab Pain Examined In STL

Deep breath, everyone. In. Out. In. Out. We good? Adam Wainwright has left spring training in Jupiter to come back to St. Louis and get his ongoing abdominal pain examined, reports Derrick Goold. Apparently this doesn’t effect his throwing, just his working out. The team hopes to know Thursday just how much time Wainwright will […]


The Most Interesting Man In Jupiter Is Named Jaime

Jaime. When you look him up on Baseball-Reference and scroll down to the always fun ‘similar pitchers’ feature, and see his top result, you can’t help but chuckle. It’s Mark Prior, because, of course it is. Remember – Baseball-Reference isn’t Sports Pickle or The Onion – they’re not trying to be funny. This is just […]


The Week That Was In Cardinals Spring Training

The news is coming fast and furious from Jupiter, Florida. Why don’t we take a look at the news that made news this past week in Cardinals baseball. Story: Kozma is going to catch. #HOTTake: I wonder if Peter dreams about being a 5M/yr SS in a place like Houston or Minnesota when he goes […]

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Oscar Predictions + The Friday Links

The Oscars are this Sunday. Let’s make some predictions: Best Picture: Boyhood Best Actor: Michael Keaton Best Actress: Julianne Moore Supporting Actor: J.K. Simmons Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette Director: Richard Linklater I have not seen a single movie that any of these winners come from. But I did see Gone Girl and since then have […]


The 2015 MLB Over/Unders Are Here

You know what Las Vegas doesn’t like? Losing money. So you better believe that when they put out their MLB ‘Over/Unders’ for the season, some thought has been put behind it. Yes, it’s true they’re looking to get even money on both sides of the number. At the same time, though, the easiest way to […]


Cardinals Didn’t Spend Offseason On Twitter

So the offseason, for all intents and purposes, is over. Players are reporting to camp in Jupiter. All pitchers and catchers are due by Thursday and workouts start on Friday. Baseball season is nigh. Over at FanGraphs they decided to take a look at how the teams spent the offseason on Twitter. How’d the Cards stack […]


The Cardinals Have Been On Sunday Night Baseball A Whole Bunch

Does it feel like Red Sox vs Yankees comes on about every other Sunday night during the MLB season? Turns out that you’re not that far off. This article over at Baseball Central took a look at the the last decade of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball and broke down – with science! – who was […]

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Oscar’s Memorial Patch Controversy Now A Thing

Candidly, I’ve been trying to avoid it. But now it’s on ESPN and we’re going to have to deal with it. The ‘it’ I speak of is Oscar Taveras and the memorial patch that the Cardinals have planned to wear in his memory during the 2015 season. It’s not scientific, by any measure, but the […]