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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (January 8, 2013) – The St. Louis Cardinals have released their much anticipated 2013 promotional schedule, consisting of at least 34 giveaways and highlighted by a series of bobbleheads and jerseys, including a replica of the brand new 2013 “St. Louis” home alternate jersey.
From Stan Musial to Allen Craig, the 2013 promotional schedule celebrates Cardinal greats of the past and present. Highlights include the Stan Musial harmonica (April 12th), a 28”Allen Craig bat presented by Rawlings (April 27th) and a pair of Cardinals High Sports Socks (May 19th) – a uniform classic re-popularized last season during “High Socks Sundays” by players like Jon Jay, Daniel Descalso and Jason Motte. The Edward Jones Hall of Fame Weekend features commemorative items highlighting St. Louis’s most popular hall of famers including the Ozzie Smith Gold Glove Bobblehead presented by Ameren Missouri (July 19th), a wearable adult replica 1940’s Red Schoendienst Jersey sponsored by Delta Air ...
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Replica alternate jersey, Musial collectiables, and “high socks” highlight a season of promotional collectibles.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (January 8, 2013) – The St. Louis Cardinals have released their much anticipated 2013 promotional schedule, consisting of at least 34 giveaways and highlighted by a series of bobbleheads and jerseys, including a replica of the brand new 2013 “St...
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The St. Louis Cardinals have a solid starting rotation that includes two ace-caliber pitchers, a couple of decent No. 3 and No. 4 starters, and a bevy of young flamethrowers. However, they might be in better shape if they re-sign their best starter from last year – Kyle Lohse.
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Lohse posted a 16-3 record with a team-leading 2.84 earned-run average and was a strong...
Jason Motte turned in dominant season last year, taking the age-old route followed by many of the game’s other elite relievers — get drafted in the 19th round as a catcher, play three...
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After appearing in just 32 games for the St. Louis Cardinals in 2012 due to several knee and leg injuries, former St. Louis Cardinals outfielder and first baseman Lance Berkman has found a home to play baseball in 2013.
Berkman has signed a one year contract with the Texas Rangers to DH and play first base occasionally, a role that fits his 37 year old body perfectly at this...
The Red Sox still don’t have a starting first baseman — at least officially — for the upcoming season, and the market is now a little bit thinner with Lance Berkman reportedly signing a one-year deal with the Rangers.
The Sox did do their homework on Berkman, though. According to WEEI.com’s Rob Bradford, Boston showed interest in the 36-year-old, but the negotiations never...
Using BaseballHQ’s projections to consider year-to-year performance of the St. Louis Cardinals pitchers for 2013 offers a mixed bag. Conclusion of a two-part series.