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September’s UCB Project, after all the requisite UCB Weekend related postings, was the annual top-7 prospects. We don’t have to do it like that, and in the end Daniel leaves it to us to figure out what makes a prospect and what doesn’t. Last year, I did an All-Prospect Team, pointing out my favorite players at each position in the organization. This year, I’m going to do the same. However, … Continue reading
And then it was Sunday. The official blogger’s day at the ballpark. Around 11:15 we began our walk towards Busch Stadium. After deciding to take the shortcut around the other side of the stadium, we learned that you can’t walk all the way around the outside. So we got to go the other way. We entered at the administration offices and went up the elevator. We rode up on the … Continue reading
On Major League Baseball’s Facebook page yesterday there was a picture posted that featured images of R.A. Dickey, Gio Gonzalez, Johnny Cueto, and Craig Kimbrell and asked who is this year’s NL Cy Young Award winner. Cardinals’ fans immediately noticing that Kyle Lohse is missing from the list of contenders, bumped from the image by two guys who have higher ERAs and a reliever. The question you now have to … Continue reading
Just a week ago, my Dad and I were getting back from a weekend in St. Louis. If you follow the United Cardinal Bloggers at all, you know that it was the UCB Weekend (#ucbweekend). The St. Louis Cardinals, in all of their graciousness, see it fit to invite us to a game on them and give us some facetime by way of a Q&A session with Bill DeWitt III, … Continue reading
The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that Rafael Furcal will be placed on the 15-day disabled list and in his place they will activate infielder Pete Kozma. Furcal was sent back to St. Louis after last night’s game feeling a pop in his elbow. The team is calling it a “right elbow strain,” however pops are not good. There is rumbling that he may require Tommy John surgery, which could … Continue reading