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UCB Ballot – Dennis

by on November 12, 2010 · 1 comment

Members will vote on the following by posting their ballot before November 19. Cardinal Bloggers Awards 2010 Ballot 1. Player of the Year –Matt Holliday –Albert Pujols –Colby Rasmus –Write-in: _______________ 2. Pitcher of the Year –Chris Carpenter –Jaime Garcia –Adam Wainwright –Write-in: _______________ 3. Game of the Year –April 5 at Cincinnati–Opening Day, 2 HR from Pujols, [...]

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A little later than scheduled, I finally posed my question to the United Cardinal Bloggers for the Fall Roundtable discussions: It would appear as if the Tony La Russa Era is soon coming to a close, but in MLB terms he’s had a unusually long run managing in St. Louis. As we all know, that [...]

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Starting the final limp to October, this week marks big things for the Cardinals’ family and the PH8 team. My return to the site is just a blip on the radar, but I admit it is good to be back. No one could have predicted the free fall that St. Louis has experienced since the dust-up [...]

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Growing up on the Iowa/Illinois border, two things were always assured every summer. You spent a lot of time in or around the Mississippi River and the Cubs/Cards rivalry became the big story no matter how each team was playing. Luckily for me I was able to witness the Big Mac/Sosa experience before leaving home [...]

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Cards versus Cubs at Wrigley Field – does it get much better than that?  Well, assuming a Cardinal victory anyway… The United Cardinal Bloggers again undertake our progressive game blog, and you can find the previous and following innings here. I’m covering the fourth inning today, and here we go with the heart of the [...]

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Daniel over at C70 At The Bat spent what can only be imagined as many hours (days?) putting together a truly comprehensive guide to the ever-growing number of blogs writing about the Cardinals. If you’re not already aware, Daniel deserves a lot of the credit for organizing the blogs, not only in this list, but [...]

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[Ed. Note: Better late than never, we always say at PH8...] The National League West might be the MLB division most up for grabs in 2010. The three teams at the top all have question marks in their own right, and it’s likely that whichever can cover its warts best will wind up in the [...]

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As mentioned at the end of our big NL Central Predictions project, we followed up the original request for predictions and comments with a set of questions about the teams in the divisions. Here are the questions, and the responses that we received, for your enjoyment on this 2010 Opening Day: 1.  The St. Louis [...]

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In an effort to put a new spin on making preseason predictions this year, we decided to get outside input from those who know the division best – other folks writing about the NL Central.  It just so happens this falls in line with the United Cardinal Bloggers’ 2010 Predictions project as well, so two [...]

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The National League East has been dominated by the Philadelphia Phillies in recent history, and bad news for the rest of the teams, 2010 will be no different. Philadelphia Phillies Atlanta Braves New York Mets Florida Marlins Washington Nationals Phillies: The best team in the National League made the blockbuster move of the off-season, trading [...]

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