Let’s file this under “Post-Dispatch What?” First, the post declares him a “film star.” I think perhaps we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Second, wasn’t he just at a Cubs game wearing a Cubs jersey and singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”? ONE CANNOT SERVE TWO MASTERS. Why is there an article about this? … Continue reading Guys! ROB SCHNEIDER Was at the Cards Game!
Bill Barnwell for Grantland: It was a party in the stands. I was a total stranger who wasn’t even wearing anything Nationals-related, but it felt like I was sitting in seats with people whom I’d been suffering alongside for 30 years. High fives were exchanged. Blankets were shared. Everybody poked good-natured fun at the guy … Continue reading We Went There: Nationals-Cardinals Game 5
Having no credentials that I should be doing so other than that I really like baseball and wanted to do it (and test out a liveblog plugin), I’m currently liveblogging the game. No refresh needed; your browser will update automatically. If you want to ask me something or point something out, just make a Twitter … Continue reading Liveblogging: NLCS Game 1: Cards vs. Giants
Joe Strauss for the Post-Dispatch: Carpenter, 37, acknowledged last Friday that he would continue to throw until it became clear there was no hope of soon returning to the Cardinals’ rotation. Carpenter said if he reached such a point he would consider other options. Surgery is among them. Resistant to surgery when the same condition forced his shutdown in August 2008, … Continue reading Chris Carpenter’s Likely Out for All of 2012
It’s designed to pull at you, but the music selection is perfect and the message is one that means a lot to me: Baseball is something we share with our parents and children—that connects us as family. I love that this commercial isn’t just small kids but older generations as well.
In case you ever wondered how fanatical baseball fans can be, this is from the front page of the Cardinals page of the MLB shop:
In the envelope in which I received a recent Cardinals ticket order, there was a game schedule. This year’s marketing theme for the Cardinals organization is “We Are Cardinal Nation”. On the back of the schedule there was this text. I found it especially neat. We are Cardinal Nation. We are the 3 million in … Continue reading “We Are Cardinal Nation” Tone Poem