Calling all of the Best Fans In Baseball! Take a break from your intense soccer bashing, avert your eyes from the permanent destruction at Busch Stadium for some stupid exhibition game and looky here!
Cardinal Nation has got some intense loving on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week.
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This was the Mariners' bullpen car in 1982, back when baseball still had cool things like bullpen cars. No, this isn't really related to the Cards' current bullpen, but I've been waiting to use this picture forever. The most improbable postseason run I can ever recall isn't ready to end just y ... More >>
Dressed head to toe in Red Sox gear, the asshole comedian Denis Leary did his best Bob Gibson impression and put a ball in El Hombre's ribcage yesterday on Letterman. Unlike The Dominator, however, it looks like Leary came close to crapping his pants when Albert pretended to take a step toward ... More >>
commons.wikimedia.orgThe first month of the season has certainly been a productive one for the Cardinals, as they currently stand at 14-7 and have a four-game lead over the second-place Cincinnati Reds. All in all, not a bad April. It's not all that surprising the Cardinals are playing this ... More >>
Missing: Brian Sutter's teeth and more Blues players in the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame.Need more proof that St. Louis is a "baseball town"? Check out the names (below) of the athletes and broadcasters inducted yesterday to the inaugural class of the new St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame. Ten of th ... More >>
The Cardinals have had many, many great hitting pitchers in their long and illustrious history. Bob Gibson hit 24 home runs in his career and posted a .751 OPS in 1970. Mark Mulder was a designated hitter during his college career at Michigan State, as was Dan Haren at Pepperdine. Jason Marquis is a ... More >>
Chris Carpenter is 11-0 since the beginning of July. In that time, he has held opponents to a batting line of .240/.286/.312, good for an OPS of .598. Basically, Chris Carpenter turns every major league hitter into a slightly more potent batter than this guy. Chris Carpenter is one of only two ... More >>
Well, it took a day longer than everyone thought it would, but in the end, not even Mother Nature could stop Randy Johnson from winning his 300th game, joining one of the most exclusive clubs in all of baseball history.
You know, back when I started putting these together, I had thought to lead off with Larry Borowsky, since he's really the guy who gave me my start writing about the Cardinals. I was just a blogger over at Viva El Birdos, which Larry founded, and he asked me if I wanted to contribute to the front pa ... More >>