The Week that Was In Cardinals Spring Training (Part II)

You’ve got a job. Maybe kids. Maybe school. And 1,000 other things to worry about – it’s hard keeping up with all the stories coming from practice baseball camp in Florida. We’re here to help. Let’s take a look at the news that made news this past week that was in Cardinals spring training. Story: Wainwright gets hurt. #HOTTake: He can’t run and he can’t lift weights...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

The Four Greatest Words

I have been waiting for this day for months. Ever since the Chicago Cubs played game 162 at the end of the 2014 season, this is the day that I have been waiting for. The four greatest words you can find. Pitchers and Catchers Report! Today, is the start of a new season. Spring Training is here, and you know what they say; hope springs eternal. Cub fans will be paying close attention...
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February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Here’s the last time Harry Caray sang at Wrigley Field

17 years ago today, long-time Cardinals, White Sox, and Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray passed away at the age of 83. In honor of Caray’s life, here’s the last time he sang “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” during the seventh inning stretch at Wrigley Field. They don’t make ‘em like Harry anymore, that’s for sure. The post Here’s the last time Harry Caray sang at Wrigley...
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February 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Get Ready Cubs Fans, This Video Will Certainly Send Shivers Down Your Spine

After all of the big signings and enthusiastic buzz surrounding the Chicago Cubs this offseason, it’s only fitting that someone would make a 2015 Cubs Hype video to get all of the fans riled up. A guy named Jay Tuohey has made a video that is sure to make you eager for the upcoming season. Take a look: With the sound bites of the classic Harry Caray throughout the entire video...
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February 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Cardinals Broadcaster Jerry Gross Passed Away

To be a St. Louis Cardinals fan who remembers Jerry Gross at the mike, one has to be fairly advanced in years and with a good memory. Gross, who passed away last Wednesday at the age of 81, worked for the club in 1961 and again in 1963 through 1967. On the field, he spanned the end of Stan Musial’s career with the World Champions of 1964 and 1967, the latter led by Red Schoendienst...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Poet Joseph Stanton on Cardinal Points

If you are like me, during the off-season, you are often in search of the new and interesting to read. I recently discovered such a gem in Cardinal Points: Poems on St. Louis Cardinals Baseball, by Joseph Stanton. The St. Louis native teaches Art and Art History and the University of Hawaii and has always loved the Cardinals. Though Stanton has a special spot in his heart for the...
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January 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Deflecting Attention

You can make fun of the Chicago Cubs in a near-infinite number of ways, and while most of the jokes center around a goat or the fact that the team hasn’t tasted victory champagne in over a century, we can always find new things to mock.  For example:   Is Clark the Cub a Deadspin Hall of Famer? Cast your vote here: http://t.co/lqHmmLwTMs — Deadspin (@Deadspin) January 8, 2015...
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January 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Dempster's Classic Harry Caray Impersonation

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December 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Jerry Trupiano: Longtime broadacaster sits down with The GM's Perspective

The GM’s Perspective: You’ve called games for every major sport for 40 years. That is very impressive. What’s the first thing to come to mind when you think about it? Jerry Trupiano: I started out doing hockey. It’s funny; you get labeled in this business. Early on I was a hockey guy then I started doing games in the NBA, and I was a basketball guy. After, I went to the...
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November 19, 2014  |  Discuss

The Maddon Era Has Begun

I see Joe Maddon showed up to his press conference prepared to do his Harry Caray impersonation. pic.twitter.com/4rfE9fkJie — Gail Luscombe (@grVanSlyke) November 3, 2014
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November 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Craig Carton imagines Mike Francesa trick-or-treating with John Idzik

Mike Francesa is a huge fan of Halloween (see here, above, and here as well). Craig Carton imagined Mike Francesa trick or treating with John Idzik, Chris Mad Dog Russo, Suzyn Waldman, Jim Rome, and Harry Caray...Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
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October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

The ‘Most Popular’ Team In Chicago Will Surprise You, And It’s Not Even Close

According to a recent report, Chicago easily has the most faithful fans on social media when compared to New York and L.A.  When the votes are broken down per team, you might be surprised to find out who Chicago’s ‘top team’ really is. How The Data Was Compiled DNAinfo Chicago compiled a report based off Facebook’s Ad Manager which allows certain pages to be broken down...
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October 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Rain in forecast for ALCS Game one in Baltimore

Baseball fans have been without a game since the Giants beat the Dodgers late on Tuesday night, and although the American League Championship Series is scheduled for Friday, they might have to wait until Saturday.  The Baltimore Sun reports that rain will be over the Baltimore area all afternoon and night on Friday during Game 1. The National Weather Service predicts 100 percent...
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October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Red Sox Hurler Ryan Dempster Retires

Ryan DempsterHe is Kevin Millar's best buddy. He does a wicked impersonation of Harry Caray. And, he saved the Red Sox $13.5 million last year. Those items—and the fact that he's retiring from baseball—are the things you need to know about Ryan Dempster. The 37-year old made his retirement official yesterday—ending a very good 16-year career for four teams, including the Red...
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October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Kim DeJesus Cleaving Harry Caray, Spread Eagle Jersey & Charlotte McKinney Still Trying To Kill Me

  Ohio-PA-NYC I’m back on the road this morning and headed to NYC for a quick work trip. Why not fly? Because I...
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October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Orioles pitcher gives hilarious Harry Caray impersonation at Wrigley

http://sports-kings.com/readingbetweentheseams/watch-orioles-pitcher-gives-hilarious-harry-caray-impersonation-at-wrigley/ Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports Lists - Sports bloggers that cover the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, fantasy sports, college sports and much more. From funny videos to pictures we have it all
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August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Orioles pitcher gives hilarious Harry Caray impersonation at Wrigley

When you think if Chicago baseball and Wrigley Field, you think of Harry Caray, probably about 4 beers deep, leading the daytime crowd in “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” as the crowd joins in.  And if you watched on TV, you were always treated to his color commentary some funny quips, mispronunciations, and random (sometimes accurate) facts occasionally about what he had for dinner...
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August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

C.J. Wilson Responds to CM Punk’s Challenge

The other day, CM Punk took part in the latest trend to hit the interwebs. No, the former WWE Superstar didn’t break out a hackneyed Harry Caray impression. He did the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. So, who would he challenge? A fellow wrestler perhaps? Maybe he’d take his former WWE boss Vince McMahon, to task?!? Nope. He challenged his buddy, fellow straight-edge superstar, Los...
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August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

C.J. Wilson Responds to CM Punk’s Challenge

The other day, CM Punk took part in the latest trend to hit the interwebs. No, the former WWE Superstar didn’t break out a hackneyed Harry Caray impression. He did the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. So, who would he challenge? A fellow wrestler perhaps? Maybe he’d take his former WWE boss Vince McMahon, to task?!? Nope. He challenged his buddy, fellow straight-edge superstar, Los...
Via Hall of Very Good
August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: T.J. McFarland does his Harry Caray impression

For some reason (and, let’s be honest…it’s probably Will Ferrell’s fault), Major League Baseball players love to imitate Harry Caray. Seriously, it’s as if anyone with oversized black glasses thinks they have an open invitation to try and sound like the legendary Chicago Cubs broadcaster.  And, mostly, they come across as hackneyed copies of the impersonation the “Anchorman”...
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August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

U.L.’s Toothpick: The Year Of The Card–Hal McRae, 1974

We’ll never be able to quantify qualities like leadership or setting an example. I’m sure they exist inside the hallowed halls of the locker room, but all we have to go on is the anecdotal evidence. Perhaps that’s good enough—if players think another player is a leader, then I suppose he is.As you probably know, after the Royals became a powerhouse in the mid-1970s, Hal McRae...
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August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Cubs Fan Finds Best Way To Get Premature Championship Tattoo (Photo)

First, there was the guy who got a tattoo that wrongly predicted that the University of Kentucky would win the 2014 NCAA men’s basketball championship. Then, someone else went ahead and inked the Detroit Lions as the 2015 Super Bowl champs. But one Chicago Cubs fan has it all figured out. The Cubs are in the middle of a 106-year World Series drought that doesn’t seem to be...
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August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Teryn's Take: Cards take two of three at a great old ballpark

CHICAGO -- Old Wrigley never disappoints. The classic red sign, the green ivy, the lack of a giant electronic scoreboard -- it all takes you back to the days that are now depicted on murals on the side of the stadium. Taking the series against one of your rivals makes it even better. But as a fan of one of baseball's most decorated and storied franchises, I really do appreciate taking...
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July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Minor league GM offers to get in-game prostate exam

We’re pretty sure Harry Caray never did it quite like this. General manager Andy Milovich of the Class-A Myrtle Beach Pelicans has offered to receive a prostate exam while singing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” for an upcoming game. Perhaps we need to explain this a little more in detail. Well, not too much detail. We’re talking context-type details. Milovich made the deal...
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July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Top Three Harry Caray Impressions

Posted to Things Other Than Sports But Are Still Funny, and A Little Bit Of SportsIn honor of me going to the Cubs game today I decided to put this together. Harry Caray is one of my favorite people of all time nd some of the impressions of this great man are hysterical. First, lets just soak in Harry himself. Now lets begin. 3) Will Ferrell ...
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June 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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