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Cardinals Throwback Thursday: Aaron Miles' Walk-Off Grand Slam

With the 2014 regular season just four (Yadi!) days away, this will be the final Cardinals Throwback Thursday post for a while. What better way to make an impact than with a career highlight from the blog’s namesake — the only walk-off homer of his career, which just happened to be a grand slam? 562 more words

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Cincinnati Reds 2014 Season Preview

This is one of a series of posts in which I will be breaking down every team in the National League. I am by no means a credible source—merely a casual fan who knows a little about baseball and would like to share my observations. 496 more words

Season Previews

Skip Schumaker expected to miss a month with a dislocated shoulder

According to Mark Sheldon of MLB.com, Reds utility man Skip Schumaker said this morning that he has a dislocated left shoulder and expects to miss around a month of action. 100 more words

2014 Season Preview: The Bench

By now the bench has been a source of strife among Reds fans for several years. In a way, that’s nice. If you’re arguing about the bench players, it means a lot of other things are going wrong. 195 more words

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Catching Up With the Cardinals, Current and Former Edition

With spring training games under way (Michael Wacha today — yay!) plus the opportunity to get a look at the newest Cardinals, it also means we have the chance to see those who’ve moved on to other teams. 483 more words

2014 Cardinals

Clayton Kershaw cuts down Lincecum and sweeps Giants


Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw dominated over his Giants foe Tim Lincecum on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium.

Kershaw and Lincecum battled in somewhat of a pitchers duel, AJ Ellis had a big night along with rookie… 377 more words