Trevor Rosenthal

  • Blogs

    October 13, 2014

    Couldn't Find an Uber Ride This Weekend in St. Louis? You're Not Alone

    When Uber technically launched its black car service Uber Black Thursday, it was supposed to help end an all-too-familiar nightmare for St. Louisans: the taxi that never shows. Instead, many riders who planned to use Uber found themselves out of luck this weekend -- the company's first weekend in S ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 23, 2014

    Chuck Berry Holding a Chuck Berry Bobblehead at Cardinals' Chuck Berry Night

    Players and fans alike were humming "Hail! Hail! Rock & Roll" during Wednesday's Cardinals game, as the team honored music legend and St. Louis native Chuck Berry with his own bobblehead. The 87-year-old Polar Music Prize recipient accepted his plastic likeness in person and also threw out the cerem ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 18, 2014

    Mayor Slay Talks Karaoke: "Nine minutes is a lot of Yes."

    National Karaoke Week doesn't start until Sunday, but we've been mulling over our seven-days-of-singing options for months. Should we do Joan Jett or Lita Ford? Van Halen or Van Hagar? Justin Bieber or... wait, no, never mind. The point is, we're looking forward to next week. We're not going to ke ... More >>

  • Dining

    April 17, 2014
  • Blogs

    April 15, 2014

    Video: Cardinals Pitchers Adam Wainwright and Trevor Rosenthal Perform Karaoke

    As the Best Fans in Baseball know, St. Louis Cardinals pitchers Adam Wainwright and Trevor Rosenthal are excellent flameballers and all-around good guys. But what's finally getting everyone's attention lately is their adorable exuberance for karaoke. See also: "Ask a Karaoke Host" Archives At a re ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 28, 2014

    First Look: Athlete Eats' Guilt-Free Gourmet Health Food on Cherokee Street

    Athlete Eats (2837 Cherokee Street; 314-932-5566) co-owners, husband-and-wife Simon and Angelica Lusky, boast pro food and pro attitudes. Simon Lusky got his start in St. Louis preparing meals as a chef and nutritionist for the Cardinals around two years ago, and the demand grew so much that the cou ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 14, 2013

    Cardinals Pitcher Briefly Distracted By Drunk Mets Fan Falling Over Rows Of Seats (VIDEO)

    Drinking your sorrows away when the Cardinals beat you is great and all, but one Mets fan apparently could not keep it together. And Cardinals reliever Trevor Rosenthal briefly noticed yesterday as said fan, beer in hand, tumbled down two rows of seats at Citi Field in New York. At least it appea ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 30, 2013

    The Redbirds' New Ronny Cedeno

    In the neverending chase for mediocrity that is the Cardinal middle infield, a new salvo has been fired, and its name is Ronny Cedeno. Unfortunately, that's ex-Cub Ronny Cedeno, and if there's one thing I know in baseball, it's that the fewer ex-Cubs you have on your team, the better your chances ar ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 14, 2012

    Previewing the Cardinals and Giants

    On Friday night, the Cardinals managed one of the greatest (if not the greatest), comeback in postseason baseball history, erasing a six run deficit en route to defeating the Washington Nationals. It was the largest deficit any team has ever overcome in the playoffs, and in typical Cardinal comeback ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 5, 2012

    Game Preview: Cardinals at Braves, 5th October 2012

    The Cardinals and Braves will play in the first-ever single game Wild Card playoff this afternoon, with the season for each hanging in the balance. It's a strange situation for a baseball team, to be in a one game do or die showdown. Baseball is a game played in series, all year long. One game is ju ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 13, 2012

    Lance Lynn Back In, At Least For Now

    The Cardinals needed someone to start today in place of the injured Jake Westbrook, who is currently out with a bit of an oblique thing. (That's a technical term, by the way. I apologize for using complicated jargon, but there's really no other way of putting it, unfortunately.) So Mike Matheny and ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 4, 2012

    It's Miller Time in St. Louis

    The Shelby Miller Era is all set to begin here in Cardinal Land. The Cards are calling up their young fireballer today; he should be en route already, as a matter of fact, as the team is hoping to have him available for tonight's tilt against the New York Mets. It's an exciting day for Cardinal ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 30, 2012

    Rock Bottom Redbirds

    The game last night has to be the low point of the season, right? I mean, it can't possibly get any worse. ...right? I wrote before the series began about the Cardinals having a huge opportunity in front of them, an opportunity to virtually bury one of the teams chasing them for the second ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 10, 2012

    Keith Law Really, Really Likes the Cards' System

    Get it? 'Cause he's a PROSPECTor? Yeah, I know. I'll try harder next time. Promise. ​Keith Law, prospect guru extraordinaire over at, has released both his top 100 prospect list and his overall organizational rankings over the past few days. The Cardinals, formerly relegated to the lower ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 5, 2011

    Cardinals' Top Ten Prospects by Baseball Instincts

    ​It's that time of year when prospect publications both digital and analog publish their top ten lists for the various organizations. Usually not the best time of year for Cardinal fans, really, seeing as how the farm system has typically been somewhere between moderately weak and completely barre ... More >>

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    June 22, 2011

    Reviewing the Cardinals' Draft -- Rounds 36-50

    ​And so we come to the final push, dear friends. The very last gasp of the draft class. The final group of players taken by the Cardinals for 2011 contains a couple very intriguing talents, including a tough sign from St. Louis who could wind up with as high a ceiling as any player drafted this ye ... More >>