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Cardinals Report- May 10, 2017

Things are really good right now as the Cardinals are currently in first place and are playing well on the road. I understand the skepticism of beating the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins but you need to win those first. After the game in which Dexter Fowler would pinch hit and the speed of Magneuris […]

Daily Sports Briefing

Cardinals Daily Sports Briefing   Here is your Daily Cardinals Sports Briefing for Monday, April 10, 2017.   St. Louis Cardinals Some things never change. Some things are downright maddening. That would be the start of the 2017 season for the Cardinals. The Washington Nationals put a whipping on the Cardinals and won handily 14-6. […]

Cardinals Sports Briefing from April 8, 2017

Here is your St. Louis Cardinals Sports Briefing for Saturday, April 8, 2017. We will touch on the major league club and each of the Cardinal affiliates.   Diaz and Wacha are a Winning Combo The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Reds 10-4 on Saturday as Michael Wacha was very good on the mound going […]

St. Louis Cardinals Sports Briefing for April 7, 2017

Here are some results from the St. Louis Cardinals and their affiliates from Thursday evening. We hope you enjoyed this feature.   St. Louis Cardinals Mike Leake was on the mound for the Cardinals facing rookie lefthander Amir Garrett of the Cincinnati Reds. There isn’t much to say here except why let Joey Votto beat […]

Preview: Game 2 Arrieta vs. Wainwright

The Cardinals are currently 1-0 on the year and tied for frist place in the National League Central. They won their first game 4-3. Grichuk hit a 2-run homer and Oh blew the save but picked up the win. Carlos Martinez started and had double digit strikeouts. Now we move on to Game 2 which […]

Bits and Pieces from Opening Day

That’s a Winner! The Cardinals began their 126th season of play in the National League with a 4-3 win.   It wasn’t looking so good in the 8th inning but the Cardinals prevailed. Oh, in relief, struggled but you know what, he also got the win. Put it in the bank and be happy. Speaking of […]

Honoring Alex Grammas on his 91st Birthday

Grammas is currently the 55th oldest living former major league player.    He was born on April 3, 1926 in Birmingham, Alabama as Alexander Peter Grammas. Well, that is close as his father was named Peter Grammatikakis and left Greece in the early part of the 20th century and ended in Alabama and worked in […]

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