Former Cardinals

Round One is complete, the teams have been advanced on the bracket. Not a lot of surprises, but one considerable upset to be found here in the Musial Region. Below are the polls for voting in Round Two! Again, please vote for which team you believe should advance to the next round in each case, using [...]

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The first round of the All-Time Cardinals Team Tourney is well underway, with voting starting here and at I-70 Baseball last night, and the remaining two regions at C70 at the Bat and Aaron Miles’ Fastball this morning.  I’ve voted in all of them, have you? So far, there’s lots of votes for the favorites [...]

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If you like March, and you’re not opposed to a little madness, this time of year is certainly your cup of tea. Only wish that the madness was more baseball oriented? Well, you’ve got it. Starting today this site, along with C70 at the Bat, I-70 Baseball, and Aaron Miles’ Fastball will be holding our [...]

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The Man vs The Mang

by on March 9, 2012 · 0 comments

  It’s one on one.  Mano a mano.  There can be only 1.  It’s Stan Musial versus Albert Pujols.  One is a legend from another time, and the other is a legend in his own time.  There is no wrong answer (unless you pick Albert).  Seriously, it’s time to really have a clash of the [...]

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Cardinals fans, even those on the realistic side, can’t help but hope – or perhaps even expect – that former first-round pick Shelby Miller will graduate to the majors by next April and become the next great St. Louis pitcher. Miller, who made his 2012 Spring Training debut Wednesday, is sculpted like the ideal right-handed [...]

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Didn’t we just finish one of these epic United Cardinal Bloggers roundtable projects?  That pesky World Series has just compressed this off-season completely, huh? With all of the other great discussions going on, I decided to ask a bit about the team’s long-held belief in a “Cardinal Way.” Ask Google about “Cardinal Way” and you’ll [...]

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[Update 04/13: Added a handful of major league player accounts and some team stadium staff.] [Update 02/24: Added a large number of additional minor league accounts and a couple more team personnel.] [Update 02/23: I have confirmed that the account we had listed for Cardinals Farm Director John Vuch was not accurate and it has [...]

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MLBs Best Bromances

by on February 22, 2012 · 0 comments

  If anything in life tops the love between a man in uniform and another man in uniform, then I don’t know what it is.  Maybe it is the long season, or perhaps the commuting between cities that helps forge the bond between 2 players.  It does not matter one iota.  The important thing is [...]

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Up until last Sept. 28, when the Cardinals won in Houston and the Braves lost in Atlanta and the National League wildcard spot completed its logic-defying defection to St. Louis, May 1, 2011, would have been as good a day as any with which to sum up the Redbirds’ season. It was a day that [...]

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Reading a couple of posts over at STLCardinalBaseball this weekend led me into a bit of a debate with Ray over whether the Cardinals routinely pay market value for their players or not.  Spurred on by the ongoing discussions about what market value may look like for one Yadier Molina, Ray took a look at [...]

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