Posts Tagged ‘St. Louis Cardinals’

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 by JoeDelGrippo

During Monday night’s St. Louis Cardinals loss to the last-place (and worst record in baseball) Pittsburgh Pirates, Albert Pujols was 3-for-5 with a double, raising his batting average to .322.
I know this stat is not important to saber heads (please bear with us), but for this argument it is imperative.
Meanwhile, on the west coast, Cincinnati’s [...]

Orioles Legend, 1969 Cy Young Winner Mike Cuellar Dies

Friday, April 2nd, 2010 by Chuck

Mike Cuellar, who shared the 1969 American  League Cy Young with Denny McLain and who led the Baltimore Orioles to three consecutive World Series appearances between 1969-1971, passed away today from complications of stomach cancer.  He was 72.
A lefthander famous for his screwball, Cuellar posted a career record of 185-130 with a 3.14 in over an [...]

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 by JoeDelGrippo

Today is March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day, and many people across this world are celebrating the Luck of the Irish, enjoying corned beef and cabbage their one time for the year, and getting their drink on.
This day also marks the 91st anniversary of the birth of the greatest natural baseball player who ever lived. A [...]

2010 Rotations:Which Team Has The Best?

Thursday, February 11th, 2010 by PaulCatalano

Buster Olney had a blog post recently about the best 5 rotations in the league, but he left out the Mariners. How?:

Canseco Done, McGwire Done – When Will Tony LaRussa Come Clean?

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 by

It’s time for Tony LaRussa to admit publicly, or to himself, his role in The Steroid Era.

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