Key Benefits in Joining The Cardinal Nation
Breadth and depth – The Cardinal Nation delivers the best and most comprehensive information about St. Louis Cardinals player development and the minor league system consisting of nine affiliates and close to 300 players. Join us now to gain access to our premium articles and message board for all the latest news and talk!
Every team covered locally – A core element of what sets us apart is our staff of local reporters who are at the games in the ballparks of all seven Cardinals minor league affiliates in the US, bringing the news directly to you.
Daily news and in-depth features – Catch our exclusive interviews with Cardinals players and coaches, prospect rankings, features and morning recaps of every minor league contest played the night before – delivered each morning, all season long.
We’re where the action is – TCN provides end-to-end coverage of the Cardinals system you simply that is not available anywhere else – including in-person reports from spring training, extended spring training, instructional camp, the Arizona Fall League and more!
Cardinals fan community – The Cardinal Nation also has your interaction needs covered with an active and responsible message board community where you can talk Cardinals baseball with other like-minded fans. Members have a premium forum with direct and fast insiders’ access to our staff, led by Brian Walton.
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Kyle Reis, birdsontheblack.com, January 2020
I'm often asked who to follow if Cardinals' prospects are your bag. I'd recommend:
First, @B_Walton and @D_Shore23 at The Cardinal Nation are a must. It's a mostly pay site, but it's worth it.
Also @mdthompFWFB & all of the @ProspectsLive guys
All quality people
— Kyle Reis (@kyler416) January 2, 2020
Thefarmer Va La, January 2020
Been following him since before there was a VEB, I believe, ~around 2004. Mr Walton offers grounded, informed opinions on our minor leagues, based on many years of observation. We are lucky to have him covering our birds. https://t.co/317P0psXyi
— Thefarmer Va La (@ThefarmerVaLa) January 9, 2020