1. Chicago Cubs: Cursed or Karma?

    We all know the story of the 1919 Chicago White Sox, and there throwing of the World Series against the Cincinnati Reds...

    Michael Medearis Written by Michael Medearis about over 6 years ago 748 reads 0 comments

  2. MLB: Key Players Injured Around the League

    With the end of the first month closing in, there are already a lot of key injuries for some teams around the league. First there is Alfonso Soriano, who was placed on the 15-day-disabled list, when he injured his calf on a play in left field...

    Michael Medearis Written by Michael Medearis about over 6 years ago 531 reads 0 comments

  3. St. Louis Cardinals: How Soon Is to Soon for Joel Pineiro?

    Joel Pineiro is off to a rough start in 2008. The Righty came back last Sunday against the Giants after being placed on the DL to open the season. In his first outing he lasted 3.2 innings 6 earned runs on ten hits...

    Michael Medearis Written by Michael Medearis about over 6 years ago 311 reads 0 comments

  4. MLB: Ken Griffey, Manny Ramirez, John Smoltz Close in on Major Milestones

    With the 2008 season approaching the end of its first month, there are already milestones that will be set possibly before the calendar turns to May...

    Michael Medearis Written by Michael Medearis about over 6 years ago 474 reads 0 comments

  5. Messing with History: Why Get Rid of the House That Ruth Built?

    "The House That Ruth Built" is in its final season, as well as Shea Stadium. And there's talk about Wrigley having a name change...

    Michael Medearis Written by Michael Medearis about over 6 years ago 283 reads 1 comments

  6. Future Hall of Famer Smoltz to Be the Next Mr 3,000

    John Smoltz, the 41-year-old right hander, is closing in on becoming the next Mr. 3,000. Smoltz is only four strikeouts away from achieving this milestone in his career...

    Michael Medearis Written by Michael Medearis about over 6 years ago 295 reads 2 comments

  7. Lohse Turning out to Be Great Signing for Surging Cards

    Kyle Lohse was a late signing in March by the Cardinals. He was a free agent who split time between the Reds and the Phillies last season. Loshe entered the offseason hoping to get a good deal with a club, but as time passed, no one picked up on him...

    Michael Medearis Written by Michael Medearis about over 6 years ago 182 reads 0 comments

  8. St. Louis Cardinals: What do Pitchers on the Mend Mean for Current Staff?

    The Cardinals pitching staff has been more than the fans, coaching staff, front office, and the team its self could ask for. Entering today they were first in the National League in ERA at 3...

    Michael Medearis Written by Michael Medearis about over 6 years ago 451 reads 0 comments