October 15, 2018 at 9:14 am #72447
Weekly #stlcards team report: As the 2018 MLB Championship Series continue, the Cards have agreed to bring back Adam Wainwright for 2019. In our history feature, the trade that brought the right-hander from Atlanta in 2003 is remembered. (free) https://t.co/M6StzmVxCV pic.twitter.com/FBD0UeYOGQ
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) October 15, 2018October 29, 2018 at 8:13 am #73422
Yadier Molina is front and center in #stlcards news from the last week. In The Cardinal Nation's weekly history feature, the trade that sent pitcher Rick Wise to Boston for outfielder Reggie Smith is remembered. https://t.co/b3H2WkfH8N pic.twitter.com/BlOR6Agvd4
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) October 29, 2018October 29, 2018 at 9:39 am #73436
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Brian, your article mentioned that free agents can sign with any team the next five days but I think you meant to say they can only sign with their current team the next five days.
The Wise/Carlton trade was certainly bad for the Cardinals but I guess we had it coming after the Brock/Broglio trade a decade earlier. The universe has a way of evening things out I guess.October 29, 2018 at 10:13 am #73439
gscottar, thank you for reading and commenting. These weekly articles are written by crdswmn, but this error was mine. I fixed it.November 5, 2018 at 10:26 am #73968
In TCN's Monday #stlcards weekly recap: Team has one winner of both Gold Glove and Fielding Bible Awards, Yadier Molina and Kolten Wong, respectively. In our history feature, the trade that brought outfielder Willie McGee to St. Louis is remembered. (free) https://t.co/r1xvGQ7wAF pic.twitter.com/jtBZLME3PV
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) November 5, 2018November 16, 2018 at 11:05 pm #74448November 19, 2018 at 8:04 am #74593
Monday review of the #stlcards' prior week: Yadier Molina and John Brebbia finished their Japan tour, Cards missed out on awards and Rule 5 roster date is almost here. In our history feature, the 1981 Ozzie Smith trade with San Diego is remembered. (free) https://t.co/FCHIsDoXtm pic.twitter.com/vZT3AiRP6d
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) November 19, 2018November 26, 2018 at 8:01 am #75057
In this past week’s #stlcards news, rosters set for Rule 5, new alternate uniforms debut and former manager Mike Matheny joins Kansas City. In our history feature, the 1983 Keith Hernandez trade to the Mets is remembered. (Double points for this photo). https://t.co/c6sxIk3L4l pic.twitter.com/KgEGY6kVTo
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) November 26, 2018December 3, 2018 at 11:01 am #75762
In this past week’s #stlcards news, Chasen Shreve has a contract to remain for 2019, and while the MLB hot stove cooks on, there are no red-hot team rumors. In our weekly history feature, the St. Louis HOF career of pitcher Chris Carpenter is remembered. https://t.co/zNz6jS7hxm pic.twitter.com/hEixBgjMVH
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) December 3, 2018December 10, 2018 at 7:30 am #76757
In this past week’s #stlcards news, Paul Goldschmidt became a St. Louis Cardinal and former closer Lee Smith was named to the Baseball Hall of Fame. In our weekly history feature, the acquisition and re-signing of Matt Holliday is remembered. (free) https://t.co/jCQr0ykAUv pic.twitter.com/sjzxqxlxUC
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) December 10, 2018December 17, 2018 at 8:39 am #77821
TCN's Weekly #stlcards Recap: Team was mostly quiet at the Winter Meetings but continues to pursue LH roster additions. The club reaffirmed its commitment to RF Dexter Fowler. In our history feature, the trade of Scott Rolen is regretted by John Mozeliak. https://t.co/kpFek8YynE pic.twitter.com/rPf0RFcYXU
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) December 17, 2018December 24, 2018 at 11:26 am #78433
In our weekly recap of #stlcards news: The team made a big splash with the signing of free agent reliever Andrew Miller. In our history feature, another prominent free agent reliever addition is remembered, that of Jason Isringhausen 17 years ago. (free) https://t.co/a3QAfKMe1l pic.twitter.com/NqgvUXc0W2
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) December 24, 2018December 31, 2018 at 9:23 am #78947January 14, 2019 at 8:25 am #79946January 20, 2019 at 10:30 pm #80396January 28, 2019 at 7:26 am #80799
In our weekly #stlcards news recap, two former players gained ground in the Baseball Hall of Fame vote and two prospects were recognized nationally. In our history feature, the Hall of Fame career of Ducky Medwick is remembered. (free) https://t.co/MgWbZllykS pic.twitter.com/Q7iNy9IRuc
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) January 28, 2019January 28, 2019 at 9:52 am #80820
I read the piece on Medwick’s career which extended well into his forties. That I didn’t realize. He either loved the game tremendously or figured out he couldn’t do anything else but play baseball. My thoughts about Ducky are that he was a gutsy guy and deserved a spot in Cooperstown, NY.
Thanks for taking us back in time.January 28, 2019 at 10:43 am #80827
Crdswmn does a really nice job with these weekly history features. I encouraged her to pull them out on their own for greater visibility, but she prefers them as they are. Glad to know you are enjoying them.February 4, 2019 at 7:53 am #81195
Every Monday morning brings The Cardinal Nation's weekly recap of #stlcards news. Along with Hall of Fame candidates and Spring TV and radio schedules, we look back at Enos Slaughter and his signature moment, his 1946 "Mad Dash". (free) https://t.co/J6uXSrFY9L pic.twitter.com/sveLGtVTKb
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) February 4, 2019February 4, 2019 at 11:55 am #81210
crdswmn did a nice piece on Country Slaughter. He was one of those that had their careers interrupted by WWII, and when he was in his prime years. He was second in the MVP vote in ’42 also had 2 third place MVP years) and was a perennial All-Star.
I always feel bad when great players like Slaughter start kicking around late in their play days… Enos really held on. I remember him as a NYY and his BB card with a Yankee cap. You know, I always saved all the Card player’s cards and had hundreds of others in the ol’ shoe box which my mother tossed one day while I was away at high school. I would have been a millionaire now! 🙂February 11, 2019 at 7:41 am #81698
Our Monday #stlcards weekly recap is posted. Non-roster invitees to spring camp, injury updates and our history feature on Hall of Fame manager Billy Southworth, pictured here with Stan Musial in spring 1942. (free) https://t.co/5vRaN5KrX4 pic.twitter.com/qlBpWsRxGI
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) February 11, 2019February 11, 2019 at 8:42 am #81699
Our keymaster stirred up some curiosity in me with the Billy Southworth section. I googled the book “Southworth…” and its still in print and can be purchased online. There is a sizable “sample” that will give you a good idea of the author’s (John C. Skipper) style of writing and how the book reads for you.
Southworth had an interesting and mournful life. The book seems to be able to take you back into baseball’s golden years and how a regular “joe” negotiated a long career as a player and manager. The author is a Card fan that grew up in Cub’s country.February 11, 2019 at 9:43 am #81710
As always, credit goes to crdswmn for the weekly history features.February 12, 2019 at 9:40 am #81766
Sorry Marilyn, I missed the byline. The off season reports are always interesting and feature some entertaining pieces. A Card fan’s oasis for the mid-winter doldrums.February 18, 2019 at 7:59 am #82144
The Cardinal Nation's weekly #stlcards news recap: Spring camp news summarized. Adam Wainwright talks player strike and others respond. In our history feature, the Hall of Fame career of John McGraw, who played one season for the @Cardinals, is remembered. https://t.co/TkZhGZkriU pic.twitter.com/H27w7dHCWp
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) February 18, 2019
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