iPhone

By now you’re probably aware that the folks at STLToday.com released a mobile app dedicated exclusively to their Cardinals coverage. I received a review copy of the app and have been using it on my iPhone for the last week.  (The app is also available for Android, Blackberry, Palm and Windows Mobile.) At $2.99 to [...]

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I didn’t get to see all of the game in Cincinnati last night (MLB.tv clearly still working out the bugs this season), but what I did see via the tiny little screen on my iPhone (AtBat working like a charm) left me with the following quick hits: Cardinals 6, Reds 3 Ryan Frankhausen?  Isringlin? Ryan [...]

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Ah, it feels good to write a “day-after-game” post again. Who enjoys having baseball back? Cardinals 11, Reds 6 What injuries? Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina both homered, Pujols twice and Molina’s a grand slam, in yesterday’s game.  Seems they’re feeling alright, eh? Skip struggles. Skip Schumaker booted a short-hop ground ball that he probably [...]

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Quick hits 10.19.09

by on October 19, 2009 · 0 comments

First, Derek Zumsteg of USS Mariner, a great blog devoted to following (shocking I know) the Seattle Mariners, has developed a “2nd Guesser” app for the iPhone. Those of you who watch the Cardinals (or any other team for that matter), or need help making decisions while managing your Little League team, etc – check [...]

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What an outing by Todd Wellemeyer last night.  Efficient, only 87 pitches through seven innings of work.  He scattered some hits, but only allowed one run – and most importantly – only one walk.  Gotta make Dave Duncan happy. This Cardinal staff is leading the National League in fewest walks allowed. —– Brian Barden got [...]

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In what was a great weekend series for the Cardinals, we learned a few things.  It is much easier to win and far less stressful on the bullpen when the Cardinals can produce either A) ten-plus runs or B) get a three-hit complete game shutout from a starting pitcher. Kyle Lohse is clearly on a [...]

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Some small site updates

by on December 2, 2008 · 9 comments

In my infinite boredom with the current state of the free agent market and the Cardinals’ participation in it, I have taken it upon myself to make some updates to the site here. First, I have ditched the plugin I was using before to keep my Twitter posts on the sidebar.  I’ve changed to a [...]

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