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Cardinals Issue No. 32 to Active Player for First Time Since Josh Hancock’s 2007 Death

No. 32 hasn’t been worn by a St. Louis Cardinals player since Josh Hancock‘s death in 2007. The number hasn’t officially been retired, though, and it has now been issued. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Rob Johnson, a catcher signed to give the organization some minor league depth, has been give No. 32. Hancock, the last player to sport the number, was killed in 2007...
Via NESN.com
February 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Fox Sports Midwest allows McLaughlin to return after DUI

Dan McLaughlin, the lead play by play announcer for the St Louis Cardinals on FOX Sports Midwest, will be returning to the broadcast booth after a DUI in September threw his future into chaos. The DUI was the second for McLaughlin in 13 months and follows in an unfortunate tradition of Cardinals players and staff drinking and driving. Former pitcher Josh Hancock was killed in...
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February 04, 2012  |  Discuss
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