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Author Archives: Jon Doble
Remember back in June when the Cardinals designated Pete Kozma for assignment and then after he passed through waivers he was optioned to Memphis and kept on the 40 man roster? Well, it was confusing to me because the Cardinals had optioned Kozma to the minors back in April without waivers, so there shouldn’t have been a need to go through waivers based on my understanding of the roster rules. … Continue reading
Mention Pat Neshek to a Cardinals fan and you’ll no doubt get a positive reaction. “He’s having a good year.” “He deserved that All Star nod.” The 33 year old veteran relief pitcher that the Cardinals signed on a flier in Spring Training made the team and has put together a great season. However, just how great that season has been has flown under the radar. As we approach the … Continue reading
The latest news for Cardinal Nation is that A.J. Pierzynski is already in Chicago and an announcement of the signing will be made before tomorrow afternoon’s game. The news came this afternoon that George Kottaras had reportedly cleaned out his locker after less than two weeks with the club after being claimed off waivers by the Cardinals on the 11th of July. Kottaras caught just 11 innings for the team. … Continue reading
There seems to be a common refrain among Cardinals fans and even the media, it seems. Oscar Taveras isn’t getting an opportunity to play in St. Louis. Mike Matheny is showing his loyalty to Allen Craig by giving him most of the playing time. That’d be all well and great. If it were true. Funny how nobody bought the concept that there wasn’t playing time for him in April and May. … Continue reading
I’m watching tonight’s St. Louis Cardinals game and Matt Holliday ripped a ball right down the line that was called foul. The Cardinals challenged the call, which eventually stood, but it shows a massive problem that I have with the instant replay system in baseball. If you haven’t noticed, some of the camera angles in baseball are great for watching the game, but horrible for actually determining things with precision. … Continue reading