Tony LaRussa (aka The Delicate Genius) recently said that the Cardinal fans’ treatment of Chris Duncan “makes me want to vomit. And you can quote me on that.” LaRussa ripping the creepy Cardinal fandom? I love it! Then he had a little spat with Al Hrabosky, Cards color man and former reliever. All this led […]
I was a bit surprised to read that the Cardinals might be interested in obtaining Miguel Tejada. “Tejada fits the profile of what the Cardinals are seeking — an offensive deterrent capable of playing multiple positions. The Astros are experiencing financial problems and could part with a player owed $13 million this season. Tejada entered […]
It’s your Cubs/Cardinals series wrap. Let’s start with this guy: Came into the series with 1 career home run. Left with 3. Series totals: 5-9, 4 runs, 2 homers, a double, 2 walks, 12 total bases. Welcome to the club. It’s your newest Cub Killer, Brian Barden.
As much as I want the Cubs to win, I’d rather see the Cardinals at full strength and watch an epic battle for the NL Central. Last night, the red-hot Cardinals took a major blow. Chris Carpenter left the game after 3 innings against the D’Backs because of a left rib-cage/oblique strain. More about the […]
Chris Carpenter, St. Louis: IP H R ER BB K 7 1 1 0 2 7 That huge sigh you just heard was a collective gasp from Chicagoland. At least for now, Chris Carpenter is back. Carp took a no-no into inning 7, and had everything working. From MLB.com: “He threw his fastball at 92-93 […]
Not Arizona. STL. Valued reader DHaab sends along this awesome pic that shows the ingenuity of our slighty Southern rivals. I love it. DHaab likes to get on me because I “hate” the Cardinals. But it’s more of a life-long distaste. (Yes, even if this post’s title says different) This photo is the type of […]