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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Rob Johnson began his professional career as a fourth round draft pick of the Seattle Mariners in the 2004 draft. He attended Saddleback College in California before transferring to the University of Houston where he played one season before entering the MLB Draft in 2004. In the 2005 season, between A and high A ball, he posted a .280/.332/.432 slash line. The organization noticed and he earned the jump to … Continue reading
Justin Christian was signed by the Cardinals to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training as a free agent. He spent last season with the San Francisco Giants. He has played parts of three seasons in the majors since 2008, including 32 games and 61 plate appearances last year for the Giants where he hit .125/.197/.143. Born in Nebraska, Christian, 32, attended high school in San Mateo, … Continue reading
ESPN issued a press release today with their Spring Training television lineup. While every game features a team from the north east United States, two of them include the St. Louis Cardinals. Guess you figured that one out though, eh? The first game ESPN will air is the Cardinals’ contest with the New York Yankees on March 11th. Jon Sciambi, Doug Glanville, and Jayson Stark are the scheduled on-air talent. … Continue reading
The 2013 United Cardinal Bloggers Annual released yesterday on Amazon.com. It’s a good review of last year’s team and performance from some of the best of the UCB. It’s a good preparation for this year during this final two week stretch before spring training officially begins. Last year we had hopes of selling the Annual as a full color magazine complete with pictures and heavy duty layout. It turned out … Continue reading
The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon the 16 players who will receive invitations to join the team in major league camp in Spring Training. Automatically all the members of the 40 man roster are expected to be in big league camp, but additional players can receiving invitations to work out with the big league club for the potential of earning a spot on the roster or impressing the right … Continue reading