1. For Brian Sabean and San Francisco Giants Fans, It's Time to Grow Up

    It's been a long time since I've written on here. But on Thursday, something prompted me to change that. Something so moronic, so childish and more importantly, frightening...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 3 years ago 619 reads 20 comments

  2. MLB Trade Deadline: St. Louis Cardinals Complete Three-Team Deal

    When Ryan Ludwick scored the winning run in Friday night’s 10-inning game against the Pirates, he didn’t know that would be the last mark he’d leave in a Cardinals uniform...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about 4 years ago 406 reads 0 comments

  3. Saturday Yields Few Developments In Roy Oswalt Discussions

    Saturday, July 24 brought on a new slew of trade rumors and possibilities, however most of what was discussed among teams surrounded Arizona ace Dan Haren. But there were still a few developments in the Roy Oswalt sweepstakes...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about 4 years ago 378 reads 2 comments

  4. Roy Oswalt Trade Talks at a Standstill

    After a couple of days filled with reports and rumors of possible trades surrounding Astros ace pitcher Roy Oswalt, things seem to be at a standstill, at least from the St. Louis Cardinals’ perspective...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 1,314 reads 4 comments

  5. St. Louis Cardinals: Adam Wainwright Saves Cardinals, Bullpen

    It wasn’t certain what we’d get from the Cardinals and Mets on Sunday night. After all, they did just finish a 20-inning game the night before...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 206 reads 0 comments

  6. St. Louis Cardinals Firing On All Cylinders

    The Cardinals’ spring as a whole was forgettable at best. But they’ve wasted no time in putting up solid offensive and pitching numbers in the first week of the season...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 255 reads 4 comments

  7. Can Adam Wainwright Exceed His 2009 Performance?

    Adam Wainwright is coming off a season where he posted career bests in wins, earned run average, strikeouts, games started, and innings pitched...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 106 reads 1 comments

  8. St. Louis Cardinals hoping to get their Penny's worth

    In the real world, a penny isn’t worth much at all. But when it comes to the potential success of the Cardinals ’ 2010 pitching rotation, a Penny is actually worth a ton...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 189 reads 1 comments

  9. Hank Blalock Signs Minor League Deal with Rays

    Third baseman Hank Blalock has signed a minor league contract with the Tampa Bay Rays worth $925,000, plus an extra $400,000 in incentives, reports Jon Heyman...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 209 reads 0 comments

  10. St. Louis Cardinals Look to Sit Atop National League Central Again

      The St. Louis Cardinals will look to repeat as National League Central champions in 2010. But to do that, it won’t be easy. The Cardinals weren’t the only team in the Central to make moves acquire and key free agent signings this off-season...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 345 reads 1 comments

  11. St. Louis Cardinals Welcome Back Felipe Lopez

    After an off-season full of speculation surrounding infielder Felipe Lopez signing with the St. Louis Cardinals, the deal finally became official on Friday...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 253 reads 1 comments

  12. Ryan Garko-Seattle Mariners: Garko to Add More Offense

    The Seattle Mariners have been the most active team this offseason, and they're not done yet. First baseman Ryan Garko has agreed with the team on a one-year contract worth $550,000. The Mariners added Garko to fill a much needed right-handed bat void..

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 941 reads 3 comments

  13. Outfielder Paul seen as future for Dodgers

    When Manny Ramirez left the Los Angeles Dodgers for 50 games last season after being suspended for steroid use, outfield prospect Xavier Paul got his first crack at the big leagues...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 693 reads 4 comments

  14. Los Angeles Dodgers' Hot Stove Report

    I spoke with Los Angeles Dodgers hitting coach Don Mattingly recently and discussed some of the offseason moves that the Dodgers have made this year. Much of the buzz around the Dodgers' offseason has been about their plans for the second base position..

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about over 4 years ago 664 reads 6 comments

  15. Don't Get Too Excited Yet, Kentucky Fans

    Immediately following No. 1 Texas' loss to No. 9 Kansas State, all I kept seeing on Facebook and Twitter were comments about how Kentucky is No. 1 now. Well, quite simply, no they're not. They're still the No...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 880 reads 4 comments

  16. Lewis and Adams: Latest Deaths In Athletes Show Need for Safer Health Measures

    In less than four days, the sports world was rocked by the deaths of two of its members - both to the same condition...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 1,353 reads 6 comments

  17. Southern Indiana Community Remembers Fallen Eagle Jeron Lewis

    EVANSVILLE, Ind.—With modern technology, fans are able to know what athletes are thinking more than ever before. Just hours before the No. 5 Southern Indiana Screaming Eagles tipped off against rival and No...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 565 reads 2 comments

  18. Southern Indiana's Jeron Lewis Died Of Apparent Heart Problems

    EVANSVILLE, Ind.—After further examination by Daviess County (Ky.) Coroner Bob Howe, it has been determined that Southern Indiana forward Jeron Lewis died of heart problems in a game against rival Kentucky Wesleyan Thursday night...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 357 reads 0 comments

  19. Southern Indiana's Jeron Lewis Dies In Game Against Rival Kentucky Wesleyan

    OWENSBORO, Ky.—Division II athletics often go unnoticed. Even the biggest rivalries. But when No. 5 Southern Indiana took on rival and No. 10 Kentucky Wesleyan on Thursday night, fans knew how big of a game it was...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 511 reads 4 comments

  20. Mark McGwire's Admission Ruins a Childhood Memory for This St. Louis Fan

    Growing up a kid in the Midwest, baseball was my passion. Every summer was filled with excitement as the boys of summer hacked away toward another World Series title. A St...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 381 reads 1 comments

  21. Roberto Alomar: Why Baseball Hall of Fame Voting Process Needs Major Changes

    Being inducted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame is undoubtedly the highest honor any baseball player could ever achieve in his career...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 458 reads 0 comments

  22. Minnesota Twins and Jarrod Washburn: A Good Match?

    Over the past week, talks between the Minnesota Twins and left-handed starting pitcher Jarrod Washburn have begun to heat up. Scott Miller of CBSSports...

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  23. St. Louis Cardinals Turn Focus Toward Other Free Agents With Mark DeRosa Gone

    Mark DeRosa has officially signed with the San Francisco Giants, and Troy Glaus and Joe Thurston both have signed with the Atlanta Braves. Needless to say, the St. Louis Cardinals are now left with a hole to fill at third base...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 1,210 reads 1 comments

  24. Report: New York Mets and Jason Bay Reach Agreement

    Joel Sherman of the New York Post is reporting that the New York Mets have reached an agreement on a four-year, $66 million deal with outfielder Jason Bay, pending a physical...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 93 reads 0 comments

  25. Report: Mark DeRosa Primed To Join the San Francisco Giants

    Tim Dierkes of MLBTraderumors.com is reporting that the Giants are close to a deal with utility man Mark DeRosa. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal tweeted around 12:45 Monday afternoon that DeRosa and ...

    Cole Claybourn Written by Cole Claybourn about almost 5 years ago 1,288 reads 6 comments