This Week 

There's a circle of hell where pitchers face Jack Clark at the plate with Vince Coleman on third and Tommy Herr on first and only one out into eternity. That's the way the Cardinals played the game in the '80s under the direction of flat-topped manager Whitey Herzog. Herzog and those great Cardinal teams played the game right -- as Herzog will tell you. He tells you how others are doing it wrong in his new book, You're Missin' a Great Game: From Casey to Ozzie, the Magic of Baseball and How to Get It Back, which he talks about and signs at Left Bank Books at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 23. Call 367-6731 for information.

-- Eddie Silva

Speaking of...

Latest in Night & Day

More by Eddie Silva

  • Zero Effect
  • Zero Effect

    Governor Bob Holden proposes zero dollars for the Missouri Arts Council
    • Feb 5, 2003
  • Under the Rug
  • Under the Rug

    Jeff Daniels writes, directs and stars in Super Sucker, a comedy soon to be forgotten
    • Jan 22, 2003
  • Sole Survivor
  • Sole Survivor

    Sue Eisler finds old shoe patterns in a Dumpster and makes them walk the artist's walk
    • Jan 15, 2003
  • More »

Best Things to Do In St. Louis

Newsletters

Never miss a beat

Sign Up Now

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.

© 2016 Riverfront Times

Website powered by Foundation