Tag Archives: St. Louis Cardinals

January Thoughts

So this year I thought I would change things up. Rather than doing a weekly blog (which was my resolution in 2018 and I achieved! So see it is possible!) I will be doing a monthly list of things that … Continue reading

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Christmas Wish List, 2018 Edition

It is time for my annual Christmas Wish List for the St. Louis sports fan. Here is what I will be hoping the big man brings to Gateway City this Christmas. At the top of any St. Louis sport fans … Continue reading

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For the Cardinals, The Bryce Is Right

He is THE name of the 2018 MLB off-season, Bryce Harper. Baseball fans have followed this 26-year-old outfielder for a decade, ever since he was a teenage phenom gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated. Harper is a polarizing player among … Continue reading

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What The Cardinals Need

We are now a little over a week from the conclusion of the 2018 World Series. And that means the annual MLB General Manager meetings are taking place, beginning the long months of the hot stove league. Fans pining over … Continue reading

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Why We Love Sports, the Dirty Thirty 

The last week gave us two perfect examples of why we love sports. Two 30-year old faces of their professional franchises rallied around injuries and carried their teams to unlikely victories.  Eight days ago it was 34-year old Aaron Rodgers … Continue reading

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Get Up! Get Up! For A 20 Year Old Big Mac

Twenty Years. That’s a long-time. A full generation. Yet I am still thinking about a Big Mac and what a treat it was. So why am I still thinking of a Big Mac after 20 years? Because this Big Mac … Continue reading

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For Sale, The Cardinals Way

The Major League Baseball trading deadline ended yesterday and the St. Louis Cardinals were active, albeit they were sellers in the market. The Cardinals, sitting one game above .500 on the season, decided to trade away their top hitter from … Continue reading

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