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Fox Sports Midwest:
FOX Sports Midwest kicks off its 2013 coverage of St. Louis Cardinals baseball with two 30-minute shows from the Cardinals Winter Warm-up. Each episode includes interviews, sights and sounds from the annual event.
Cardinals Winter Warm-up TV specials on FOX Sports Midwest (times Central)
Wednesday, January 23 at 6:30 p.m. (episode 1)
Friday, January 25 at 9:30 p.m. (episode 1)
Tuesday, January 29 at 6:30 p.m. (episode 2)
Thursday, January 31 at 5 p.m. (episode 2)
Friday, February 1 at 10:30 p.m. (episode 2)
Tuesday, February 5 at 10 p.m. (episode 1) and 10:30 p.m. (episode 2)
Thursday, February 7 at 4 p.m. (episode 1) and 4:30 p.m. (episode 2)
BEST OF MAXIM
FOX Network and ESPN schedules for 2013 involving the St. Louis Cardinals have been announced.
The St. Louis Cardinals will appear on national or regional television at least 10 times in 2013 on either FOX Network or ESPN. Eight of the 10 announced games are road contests, including the final two of the four games at Chicago’ Wrigley Field leading up to the All-Star Break.
ST. LOUIS - Stan "The Man" Musial, who played his entire 22-year major league career (1941-63) for the St. Louis Cardinals, died this evening at his home in Ladue, Missouri surrounded by his family. He was 92.
The origins of The Man nickname fit the profile he earned among the opposition. A Cardinals traveling secretary relayed a story to Bob Broeg, a late St. Louis Post...
REST IN PEACE
Hall of Fame ballplayer Stan Musial, who spent his entire career with the St. Louis Cardinals, died on Saturday at the age of 92.
Pictured in order by rows: Matt Holliday, Jaime Garcia, Adron Chambers, John Vuch, John Mozeliak, Matt Adams, Sam Freeman, Shane Robinson, Dan Kantrovitz and Adam Wainwright.
The Cardinal Nation subscribers should check out my article on the main site where I posted audio from each of the above and others. I expect to do the same for Sunday and Monday as well.
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A St. Louis County judge has ruled against St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny in his court battle with a bank over foreclosure of property he once owned.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/WbF7gZ ) reports that Judge Tom DePriest ruled in favor of Business Bank of St. Louis and against Matheny and his wife, Kristin. It isn't clear how much the ruling will cost...
Stan Musial, one of baseball's greatest hitters and a Hall of Famer with the St. Louis Cardinals for more than two decades, has died. He was 92.
Stan the Man won seven National League batting titles, was a three-time MVP and helped the Cardinals capture three World Series championships in the 1940s.
The Cardinals announced Musial's death in a news release. They said he...
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Sometime around the start of Spring Training, the Cardinals will be approached by agent Steve Hammond about an extension for pitcher Adam Wainwright. Here's my analysis of some of the factors that could come into play in the Cardinals decision on Wainwright:
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The St. Louis baseball season got off to its unofficial start on Saturday with an annual high mark. The club began the Cardinals Winter Warm Up down the street from Busch Stadium at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, a three day festival of all things Cardinal baseball. From autograph signings from players both past, present and future, to an impressive showing of team related merchandise...
One was born in St. Louis, the other became a star there.
Aside from that, Earl Weaver and Stan Musial were about as different as two Hall of Famers could be.
''Talk about your odd couple,'' said George Vecsey, the longtime sports columnist for the New York Times who wrote a recent biography of Musial.
Weaver was a 5-foot-6 rabble rouser whose penchant for quarreling...
Tweet In the great history of the St. Louis Cardinals franchise there may not be a more beloved player than Stan “The Man” Musial. He was a first ballot Hall of Fame inductee in 1969, won three National League MVP Awards (1943, 1946, 1948), and was a member of three World Series winning teams [...]
ST. LOUIS The greatest Cardinal of them all has passed away.
Hall of famer Stan Musial, winner of three MVP Awards and holder of nearly all franchise records from his 22-year career with the Cardinals, died Saturday at the age of 92.
Musial, the first player in franchise history to have his number retired, passed away at his home in Ladue, Mo., with his family by his side.
One of baseball’s greatest players has passed away at age 92. Stan Musial’s resume was as impressive as anyone.
A hall of fame player, Musial won seven National League batting titles, three MVP awards and was part of three World Series championships for the Cardinals during the 1940s.
Musial passed away in his home. His son-in-law informed the Cardinals of his death.
The “Man,” who passed away Saturday at the age of 92, was the greatest, most beloved player in St. Louis Cardinals history.