Cardinals Front Office

Carp Season Over

by on July 3, 2012 · 5 comments

Chris Carpenter will have season-ending surgery which means that he will not throw a truly meaningful pitch in the 2012 season.  Lesser men might call it quits.  Lesser men do not throw a masterpiece together for game 5 of the NLDS while facing Roy Halladay and the Phillies.  Lesser men do not have postseason records [...]

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For Immediate Release “GIANT SLUGGER” SETS HOT DOG RECORD AT BUSCH STADIUM Cardinals Debut A Two Foot Long One Pound $26 Hot Dog To Celebrate July As National Hot Dog Month “Giant Slugger” Celebrity & Fan Hot Dog Eating Contest Slated for 4th of July    ST. LOUIS, MO. (July 2, 2012) – To help [...]

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Ask a group of Cardinal fans about why the team sits 1.5 games behind the Reds in the NL Central division, and the 2 words most likely to appear in responses are “injuries” and “pitching”.  Certainly, injuries to key players have piled up and taken a toll on the team.  Losing both a pitching Carpenter [...]

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CARDINALS FIRST ANNUAL GRADUATION DAY AT BUSCH STADIUM Tickets Include Pre-Game Graduation Parade on Field Prior to Game   ST. LOUIS, MO. (May 16, 2012) – The St. Louis Cardinals are inviting graduates of all ages to attend the first annual Graduation Day at Busch Stadium on Sunday, July 1. The event will allow recent [...]

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Have an opinion about a particular player, coach, manager, team, or franchise you wish to express?  Try tossing stones 140 characters at a time on Twitter, and then wait for every keyboard jockey with a view contrary to yours to find you.  Either nature or some universal law entitles everyone to their own opinion, and [...]

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  Indeed, the limitations of the 25 man roster impose certain constraints on the Cardinals that some teams do not have.  The Cardinals legitimately have greater than 25 players who have to varying degrees earned spots on the roster and potentially deserve some playing time.  For many teams, that “problem” represents a best-case scenario.  For [...]

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Tweenie Birds

by on May 9, 2012 · 2 comments

Admit it.  The “Baby Birds” are no longer babies, if they ever really even were at all.  Maybe these guys seem new like a breath of fresh air, but most of them have been around more than a year or two.  Some of them have been in the organization for several years.  Consider some of [...]

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CARDINALS ANNOUNCE SPONSORSHIP WITH FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ST. LOUIS FNB To Become Hometown Bank of Cardinals As Part of Three-Year Deal   ST. LOUIS (April 5, 2012) – The St. Louis Cardinals announced that they have signed a three-year partnership with First National Bank of St. Louis. The partnership positions First National as the [...]

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Fans Throughout Cardinals Nation Urged to Go RED for Kids to Celebrate Opening Day Organizations asked to sponsor “Rally Everyone Days” (RED) to support team & Cardinals Care   ST. LOUIS (April 2, 2012) – To kick off the 2012 season and help celebrate the 15-year anniversary of the founding of Cardinals Care, the St. [...]

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CARDINALS DEBUT 2012 TV AD CAMPAIGN FANS ENJOY SNEAK PREVIEWS ON TEAM’S SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS ST. LOUIS – March 29, 2012 – Fans that follow the Cardinals online and via social media have been among the first to see the team’s new lineup of television spots. While the TV campaign will begin officially on local [...]

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