Cardinals Make It Up To Andrea Karl

Andrea Karl is a PHD candidate in the molecular genetics and genomics program at Washington University. She also enjoys running and finished the GO! STL Marathon on April 12th in 2 hours, 54 minutes and 28 seconds, good enough for second place. Until it was discovered that the woman who beat her across the line […]


The Cardinals Have Called Up Navy Lt. Mitch Harris

One of the more welcome additions to professional sporting events the past several years has been the teams desire to honor more military personnel, both active and retired. Bringing them into the spotlight, often times before games begin, the moment gives 10K, 20K, sometimes 80K people the chance to show their support for the men […]


What Cardinals Players Are Using Pete Rose As An ‘Advisor’?

Ken Rosenthal broke the story that FOX Sports has hired Pete Rose to be a commentator and guest studio analyst. According to Rosenthal: Rose will serve FOX as a guest analyst for the MLB on FOX pregame show on FOX and FOX Sports 1 and will also appear on “MLB Whiparound,” “America’s Pregame” and “FOX […]


About That Matt Carpenter Dive

Ed Note: This is a special guest post from friend of the site, John Madigan. If you’re ever inspired to write something on the Cardinals, let us know… Folks, I watch a lot of baseball. I have done so for years. My (female) roommate dreads April through October because I claim complete dominance of the […]


You Got An Arm? You Want To Come Out Of The Bullpen?

Remember your birthday as a kid? It was freaking awesome. You’d get a ton of new toys and you’d spend the next week trying to figure out just how much time you needed to spend with each one to create optimal fun. Mike Matheny seems to be taking this approach with his bullpen. If you’ve […]


From The Inbox: “Here Comes The King”

From time to time, readers of the site will reach out. And from time to time, those reaching out will not be doing so to tell us how awful the site has become and how they’re appalled that the Internet allows such drivel to exist. Last night I had a very nice email exchange with […]

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In Case You Missed It: The Oscar Taveras Tribute Video

The Cardinals celebrated Oscar Taveras on Opening Day with a tribute video. If you missed it or just want to see it again, the best copy that I could find on the YouTube is embedded below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_s9kbHsc1s Nice work to everyone involved. Photo: Washington Post


Cardinals Roll Over And Burp On Opening Day

Prior to Monday afternoon, this was the last at bat in Busch Stadium: The first play… the VERY NEXT play, actually, in Busch Stadium was hit to Kolten Wong. He fumbled it and Carlos Gomez was on first instead of heading back to the dugout. He’d come around to score 3 batters later and the […]


17 Mildly Interesting Things To Know For Opening Day 2015

The single best part of living in St. Louis? Opening. Day. If you’re working today, you’re not really working today. Every single one of you reading this knows at least 3 different people going to the game. And if you’re working anywhere in the metropolitan area, you’re either allowed to wear red or going home […]


Cardinals Play A Personality Series Against Cincinnati

Ask a Cardinals fan what they thought about this past weekend’s series against the Cincinnati Reds and you’re going to find out about their personality real quick. If they start off with ‘2 of 3 in a series on the road is always a good thing’ or ‘damn did Wacha and Martinez look good’ then you’re […]


TLR Can’t Quit STL; LaRussa To Attend Cardinals Opening Day

Wow. Kind of like an open marriage, who are we to judge. If everyone’s happy with the arrangement, then everyone’s happy with the arrangement. Haven’t you heard? Tony LaRussa is coming back for Opening Day on Monday. And no, the Cardinals aren’t playing against his current employer, the Arizona Diamondbacks. They’ll be in San Diego […]