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Cardinals Announce 2016 Winter Warm-Up Autograph Prices

It’s an annual tradition! The Cardinals will put Winter Warm-Up autograph tickets up for sale tomorrow (JAN 5) @ 10a CT. Today, though? We can take a look at how the Cardinals perceive the value of their own players. For instance, Matt Adams ($25) is 5X more valuable than Brandon Moss ($5)? This may or may not be true on the field, but in the interest in raising as much money as...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
January 04, 2016  |  Discuss

Cardinals: Offseason mailbag

What needs to happen to the St. Louis Cardinals this offseason? Every winter, the United Cardinal Bloggers get together and ask questions for the group to answer. I will be bringing those questions and answers here. Question via Kevin Reynolds-How, specifically, would you solve and resolve the Cardinals offensive woes for next season? By “specifically,” I mean identify the problem...
Via STLSportsMinute
November 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Matheny's entire Cardinals coaching staff returning for 2016

For the first time in Mike Matheny's career as St. Louis Cardinals manager, he won't have to replace any coaches heading into next season (as reported by MLB.com's Jennifer Langosch).Instead, general manager John Mozeliak and the organization gave the coaches on Matheny's staff extensions after their 2015 season came to an end.That means that Matheny and his eight-man coaching staff...
Via Fox Sports
October 26, 2015  |  Discuss

For Cardinals, key to youngsters' success is simple: Just be yourself

ST. LOUIS -- Building the best record in the major leagues is hard work. The St. Louis Cardinals have overcome more than their share of injuries, leaning heavily on a pitching staff that always keeps them close and plugging gaps with youngsters who have risen to the moment. Stephen Piscotty is a case in point. The 24-year-old rookie leads the team with a .333 average since making...
Via AP on Fox
August 20, 2015  |  Discuss

For Cardinals, key to youngsters' success is simple: Just be yourself

ST. LOUIS -- Building the best record in the major leagues is hard work. The St. Louis Cardinals have overcome more than their share of injuries, leaning heavily on a pitching staff that always keeps them close and plugging gaps with youngsters who have risen to the moment. Stephen Piscotty is a case in point. The 24-year-old rookie leads the team with a .333 average since making...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
August 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardinals draw on deep reservoir of talent to lead baseball

ST. LOUIS (AP) Building the best record in the major leagues is hard work. The St. Louis Cardinals have overcome more than their share of injuries, leaning heavily on a pitching staff that always keeps them close and plugging gaps with youngsters who have risen to the moment. Stephen Piscotty is a case in point. The 24-year-old rookie leads the team with a .333 average since making...
Via AP on Fox
August 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardinals offenses under McGwire and under Mabry

There has been a lot written about the St. Louis Cardinals offenses of 2010-2012 under Mark McGwire, due to it’s greatness. There has been a lot written about the St. Louis Cardinals offenses of 2013-2015 under John Mabry – perhaps more than McGwire’s – due to it’s ever changing nature. Many people believe it has gotten worse. Has it? Bernie Miklasz was tweeting last night...
Via STLSportsMinute
July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Randal Grichuk is Heating up for St. Louis Cardinals

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – OCTOBER 14: Randal Grichuk #15 of the St. Louis Cardinals hits a solo home run in the seventh inning against the San Francisco Giants during Game Three of the National League Championship Series at AT&T Park on October 14, 2014 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) St. Louis Cardinals Randal Grichuk has been playing some impressive...
Via The Sports Journal
June 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Two Games, Two Locations, One Opponent, Two Results

If the club is going to hack a database, I’d have guessed it was John Mabry looking for some hitting tips to pass on to this offense.  It definitely needs something. Tuesday ( 3-2 win vs. Twins ) Hero: Mark Reynolds .  He only had one hit, but he made it count, driving in two runs that proved to be the difference in [...]
Via The Cardinal Conclave
June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

The Least Likely Cycles in MLB History

The Sporting News and Leon M. Trice I’ve written in the recent past about the least likely three-homer games, the least likely no-hitters, and the worst seasons to get MVP votes. In keeping with that basic underlying theme, today we will talk about the most unlikely players to have hit for the cycle. As you probably know, hitting for the cycle means having a single, a double...
Via Baseball Essential
April 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Countdown to Cardinals: 47

Days until Opening Night, Cardinals vs. Cubs on ESPN: 47 First player/coach to wear #47: Dick Ricketts (1959) Last player/coach to wear #47: John Mabry (current) Player/coach to wear #47 in the most seasons: Mabry (3 active, 11 total) Number of players/coaches to wear #47: 28 Last time not worn: 2006 Other interesting names tied to #47: Ryan Ludwick (2007-10), Lee Smith (1990-93...
Via The Cardinal Conclave
February 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Seeking power, Cardinals won't mind strikeouts

ST. LOUIS (AP) The St. Louis Cardinals are prepared to live with the swings and misses, knowing that when Mark Reynolds connects the ball really travels. They have lacked a power bat off the bench, or power anywhere for that matter, and Reynolds also could platoon with Matt Adams at first base. Manager Mike Matheny promises he won't have batting coach John Mabry tinker too much...
Via AP on Fox
January 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Bill Mueller Hired As Cardinals Assistant Hitting Coach

The most recent memory many Cardinals fans have of Bill Mueller is his .429 batting average and 8 total bases against St. Louis in the 2004 World Series. 10 years later, he joins the team he help dismember as the assistant hitting coach serving under John Mabry. The former (2003) AL batting champ brings a plethora of bonafides to the job, after playing 11 years of Major League baseball...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Bill Mueller Hired As St. Louis Cardinals’ Assistant Hitting Coach

It didn’t take Bill Mueller very long to find a new job. After resigning as the Chicago Cubs’ hitting coach in October, Mueller was hired by the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday as their assistant hitting coach. He’ll work under Cards hitting coach and former MLB utility man John Mabry. It was a busy Monday for the Cardinals, who made a blockbuster trade in addition to hiring...
Via NESN.com
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Las Vegas 51′s George Greer Hired By Cardinals

Las Vegas 51′s hitting coach George Greer has been hired by the St. Louis Cardinals a source told ESPN New York’s Adam Rubin this evening. It is not yet known what position Greer will hold with the Cardinals. Former major leaguer John Mabry is currently the Cardinals hitting coach and was recently praised by manager Mike Matheny. “John Mabry seemed to take a lot of heat as...
Via Mets Merized Online
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

The Panic Room Is Open

Attention all Cardinals fans, the panic room is now open. Starting this evening, everybody can secure a spot in the Cardinals Panic Room for the minimum price of one outrageous trade proposal. It’s July 2nd, and the reason to panic in the heat of summer is nearing. Radio call in’s are getting nastier. Fan forums are bursting into flames. Twitter is blowing up. This is the time...
Via The Cardinal Conclave
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

John Mabry Spurned Role In Moneyball

In 2011, Columbia Pictures released ‘Moneyball’. The movie, starring Brad Pitt, was based on Michael Lewis’ 2003 book, which was based on the Oakland A’s 2002 season. It has grossed over 110 million dollars and was nominated for 6 Oscars (Best Actor, Best Picture). People, I promise you there was a time when making a Hollywood blockbuster about sabermetrics sounded ridiculous...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals Winter Warm Up Progressive Blog, Day 3

The third and final day of the Cardinals Care Winter Warm Up is about to begin shortly, and in suit is the I-70 Progressive Blog, chronicling the media sessions for players, management and event announcements at the WWU. As has been the previous two days, content will be available on four platorms: via Twitter (@I70Baseball & @CheapSeatFan), Instagram (CheapSeatFan), Facebook...
Via i70baseball
January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals 2014 Winter Warm-Up Autograph Prices

It's an annual tradition. No, not the Winter Warm-Up. Looking up how much the Cardinals value each of their past and present team members.  Ok, yes. All the money raised goes to Cardinals Care. We're sure they do good work. But the real story is the price chart below. It tells you every single thing you need to know about how the Cadinals brain trust values a player...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
January 03, 2014  |  Discuss
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