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On Sunday night, instead of watching baseball and writing blog posts, I was busy at the hospital as my wife and I welcomed our first baby boy. Our son Micah was born on Sunday night. As you can see, I have already begun to indoctrinate him into Cardinal Nation like any good father should. Unfortunately, he has seen more losing games than winning games since his birth. They’ve really got … Continue reading
Maybe this is a little bit of a State of the Blog post. While the 2012 season was not successful as the 2011 season was in terms of visitors to the blog, I was unable to be as reliable with posting as I wanted. That left me contemplating several options going into this offseason. After two years had my blog run it’s course? No, I was still interested in writing … Continue reading
Welcome to the new Redbird Dugout. Over the last couple weeks I’ve been working on getting the theme of this site ready. It’s about 99% there, but it’s close enough for me to consider debuting the site. All of our old content is here on the new site. There is a little housecleaning that I’ve yet to do that has to do with issues between Blogger and WordPress that I … Continue reading
Fear not Cardinals fans, I will be back. Over the last couple weeks I have gone through examinations and relocation. In Cubs-fan speak, I took tests and moved (Yeah, that was sort of harsh, Reds fans maybe?). Anyway, I will be back shortly for a few weeks with my typical Cardinals discussion and thoughts shared here. Then I will get married and miss about a week. I am, however, working … Continue reading