Tag: St Louis Cardinals

Dynasty Series: 1942-46 St. Louis Cardinals

When you think of the dynasties in the history of baseball, your mind immediatly jumps to the Yankees’ Murderer’s Row (Gehrig, Lazzeri, Ruth, Hoyt) or the Yankees’ Core Four dynasty of the 1990s (Pettitte, Jeter, Posada, Rivera, O’Neil, Williams). There is a short list of dynasties in any sport, and on every one of those

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The Athlete’s Hub MLB All-Time League.

The latest of my many projects, I have been selected to put together the extremely difficult task of an All-Time Major League Baseball League. All 30 current MLB teams and 6-Expansion Cities of my choosing. For this project, I held myself to a couple rules, just to make the unrealistic a bit more realistic…. Each

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MLB Rumor and Transaction Tracker

The Major League Baseball offseason is here, and the Hot Stove is just starting to heat up. Over the next few months, trades, signings, and everything in between are bound to happen. We’re going to keep track of all rumors and transactions that take place during this Hot Stove season. Refresh your browser to see

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Liriano strikes out 10 to lead Pirates to Opening Day win

The Pittsburgh Pirates got the 2016 MLB season off on the right foot with a 4-1 victory against the St. Louis Cardinals. Opening Day starter Francisco Liriano lead the way by tying the franchise record for Opening Day strikeouts (10) and adding an RBI in the second inning. Liriano went six innings, allowing three hits

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Predicting Where The Top Free Agents Left Will Land

More rumblings are coming from this years free agency. We’ve already seen Jason Heyward, Jordan Zimmerman, Zack Grienke, David Price, and Johnny Cueto find their new homes with a big contract attached to the door. However, there are still some players who can make an impact, and also get a hefty contract of their own.

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Heyward Signs With Cubs

After having a breakout season last season, the Chicago Cubs are a team that nobody expected to make the playoffs. They made the playoffs, only to lose to the New York Mets in the NLCS. The team has a bright future, and the team already made moves this offseason. The team probably made the biggest offseason move, signing Jason Heyward

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Ten teams show interest in Henderson Alvarez

CBS SPORTS reports that non tendered starting pitcher Henderson Alvarez has interest from 10 teams. Alvarez, who’s recovering from a shoulder injury, was non tendered by the Miami Marlins earlier in the week. Alvarez was Miami’s Opening Day starter in 2015, but only made four starts afterward before having major shoulder surgery. He probably won’t

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Arizona Fall League Fall Stars Game Preview

On Saturday, November 7th, 2015 the Arizona Fall League will play it’s annual Fall Stars Game, which will consist of baseball’s best prospects playing on one field in front of many major league scouts. Before we go any further, let’s look at the rosters. Please note that shortstop Jacoby Jones, a Detroit Tigers prospect, has

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Top 10: 2016 MLB Free Agents

1. Zack Greinke This is an obvious choice. The guy was 19-3 with a 1.66 earned run average (ERA). Greinke has a legit chance at winning the CY Young award for the NL for his 2015 season. His main rivals to that award are his own teammate Clayton Kershaw and Chicago Cubs’ Jake Arrieta. Greinke signed

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Chicago Cub’s Dan Haren Announces Retirement After This Season.

After pitching 6 innings in a 3-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers, Cubs pitcher Dan Haren announced that he will retire at the end of this season. The thirty-five year old initially planned on retiring after his 2014 season with the Dodgers, but decided to stick around for one more year. He began his 2015

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