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    October 18, 2013

    Dispatch from Dodger Stadium: A Cardinals Fan Lost in Los Angeles

    This postseason, St. Louis Cardinals fans have taken a beating in the national media. We'd link to all the examples of this, but we'll save you the brain cells. (Getting trolled kills them, you see.) And we know we're the "Best Fans in Baseball," even the players themselves admit it, so we're cool, ... More >>

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    June 7, 2011

    The Cards Go With the Wong Guy in First Round of Draft

    Ah, Hawaii. Land of white beaches, blue water, beautiful palm trees, and, um, second basemen, apparently. ​Day one of the draft is in the books, with the first and supplemental rounds completed. The Cards had but a single selection, and I can give you this bit of good news about the player they se ... More >>

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    January 27, 2011
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    May 25, 2010

    Previewing the Padres

    commons.wikimedia.orgAdmit it. That's a creepy effing mascot. ​​The Cardinals travel to San Diego tonight to begin a series against the surprising Padres, who sit atop the NL West. Looking over at the other dugout, the Cards just may see a mirror image of themselves, a team succeeding mostly on ... More >>

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    December 14, 2009

    What the Hell are the Astros Thinking?

    I really, really don't get it. The Houston Astros just keep making these bizarre decisions, and I've finally given up trying to figure it all out. The Lance Berkman Fan Club isn't happy about this post, but they feel it needs to be said. ​The most recent onslaught of craziness came just last ... More >>

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    December 4, 2008

    Cardinals Add Pitcher Trever Miller and Shortstop Khalil Greene

    Well, when things finally decide to happen, they do so in a hurry, don't they? First things first: Trever Miller. Can I just tell you all that when I heard the Cardinals finally came to terms with Miller, my heart offered up a great and glorious hosanna to the heavens above? "At last," I thought, " ... More >>

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    May 20, 2008

    San Diego's Weak Offense Evident Against Cards

    It wasn't supposed to be like this for the Padres; not at all. San Diego came into this year with a pitching staff that boasted last year's Cy Young award winner (Jake Peavy) at the top, one of the best road pitchers in all of baseball as the Number 2, (Chris Young) and a Number 4 who's won more g ... More >>