St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny came under a firestorm of criticism for his managing during the Cardinals’ 5-4, ten inning loss in Game 3 of the NLCS to the Giants. One of the critics appeared to be Cardinals reliever Seth Maness, who was retweeting negative thoughts of Matheny after the game.
Huh, well that’s something. Maness only threw six pitches in the ninth and...
Seth Maness' girlfriend, Coleman Cox, was not happy with how the St. Louis Cardinals handled Game 3, so she decided to tweet from Maness' account.
Credit where credit is due.
Tim McKernan put into words the problem with the Mike Matheny era very succinctly with his post today on the NLCS GM 3 debacle Tuesday afternoon:
The two World Series Tony La Russa won in St. Louis, he managed the teams like a gangster. In 2006, he benched Scott Rolen. It was unpopular, and as Jim Edmonds said on CBS Sports 920 last year, it almost led...
Even St. Louis Cardinals WAGs are complaining about Mike Matheny’s handling of the bullpen during Game 3 of the NLCS on Tuesday. Cards reliever Seth Maness followed Marco Gonzales and Pat Neshek by throwing a scoreless inning in relief of John Lackey. Maness went 1-2-3 against the Giants in the bottom of the 9th and...Read More
You know the old saying. Never let your girlfriend have access to your Twitter account. Seth Maness did not follow that rule and learned the hard way Tuesday night. Just minutes after Randy Choate’s throwing error led to a 5-4 extra innings win to put the Giants up 2-1 in the NLCS, a few peculiar [...]
Seth Maness: pic.twitter.com/my3A3kLNUX
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Hero: Peter Bourjos. The only RBI because of his speed and a walk to boot. Tough to find anything good in this one. Goat: Pick one. I’ll go with Seth Maness, given his four runs in less than an inning, but throw a dart and you’ll find a worthy candidate. Notes: You really can’t blame [...]
The triple play is one of the rarer plays in baseball. When the St. Louis Cardinals executed one on Friday night, it was only the 15th in at least the last 70 years for the club.
The Cards were down 2-1 over Toronto in the bottom of the sixth Friday night. The bases were loaded with Jays against pitcher Seth Maness with no out. The Jays could have blown the game wide open, but St...
ST. LOUIS -- Cardinals reliever Seth Maness' work on the mound has been up and down this season, but his confidence remains steady and solid.
After the sinkerball specialist was roughed up for two runs in the 12th inning and took the loss in a frustrating 5-3 defeat to the Brewers on Monday night, Maness said, "I feel fine."
He added, "Everything is finding a hole."
Cardinals’ fans are very excited about Michael Wacha next year. For all of the talk about what Wacha did last year, and much of it was justified, Seth Maness quietly put together as good of a season and is just as an exciting prospect moving forward.
First to start with their minor league stats, Wacha rocketed through A+ ball and AA, pitching just 8 innings in each. All 8 innings...