Stanford product Stephen Piscotty studies master's-level hitting
JUPITER, Fla. – Stephen Piscotty checked his inbox this spring and discovered an email from John Mabry, his hitting coach. The two are around each other about 10 hours each day with the St. Louis Cardinals, so it seemed a bit odd that Mabry would ...
Cardinals notes: Peralta looks like starter at third base
Matheny gave a ringing endorsement for fourth outfielder candidate Jose Martinez the last time the Cardinals came to this new venue for a meeting with the Houston Astros. And before Friday's 3-1 Grapefruit League win against the Washington Nationals, ...
Cardinals are serious about trying Adams in left field
Not only did Adams have a hit, which led to a run in the seventh inning of a 3-1 victory, the Cardinals' fifth in a row, but he had nary a fly ball hit to him in his six innings in the field as he made his first start as a flyhawk. The moment Adams ...
St. Louis Cardinals: Yadier Molina Wants Adam Jones to Apologize to Puerto Rico
The St. Louis Cardinals were fortunate enough to be represented by a number of players in the World Baseball Classic. Among them, Yadier Molina stood out and was possibly the best catcher in the entire tournament. He played for Team Puerto Rico that ...
Friday Bird Droppings: Spring Training winds down
Tejada got in trouble for lying to the Feds in the course of a congressional steroids investigation. George Sisler was born on this day in 1893. One of the greatest players in franchise history, he made his bones playing and managing the St. Louis ...
Red Sox Fellowship of the Miserable: Denny Galehouse
The Boston Red Sox Fellowship of the Miserable was fueled by historically bad decisions and bad luck. This is yet another chapter – Denny Galehouse.
The Top 15 Highest Scoring MLB Games in History
The Cleveland Indians and St. Louis Browns opened the 1925 season with a tidy football score and mess of a baseball game. Up 13-9 entering the eighth inning, St. Louis had a golden opportunity to begin the year with a win. That was before allowing a ...
Against All Odds: Ned Garver and the '51 Browns
Few fans today remember seeing Ned Garver pitch. For one thing, when he died late last month, he was 91 and more than a half century removed from major league baseball. For another, in his prime he pitched for the little-watched St. Louis Browns.