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Cardinals Will Be Without Tommy Pham in today's match-up with the Cubs. Prospect OF Tyler O'Neill called up.

St. Louis Cardinals – Chicago Cubs game was a go Tuesday night. Players dealing with the extreme cold at Wrigley Field and was not without injury to Cardinals OF Tommy Pham. 246 more words


Redbirds' Opening Day 'Penny Special' celebrates UofM hire

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — To celebrate Penny Hardaway’s return to the University of Memphis, the Redbirds are offering a sweet deal to local fans.

For just a penny, fans can get a Field Box or Bluff ticket for Opening Day as part of the… 133 more words


3-13-2018: SeaWolves to Play as SnowWolves for Christmas in July & Memphis Announces School Colors Series

SeaWolves to Play as SnowWolves for Christmas in July

The Erie SeaWolves announced a major partnership with Wisconsin based Ariens Company. As a part of the partnership, Ariens Company will be the presenting sponsor of the SeaWolves’ Christmas in July celebration on Friday, July 27. 321 more words

DeJong signs 6-year, $26M extension with Cardinals

Former Peoria Chiefs infielder Paul DeJong, who made his major-league debut last year, signed a six-year, $26 million contract extension with the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday. 130 more words

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Harrison Bader, Jack Flaherty Named Cards Minor League Player, Pitcher Of The Year

ST. LOUIS (Cardinals) – The St. Louis Cardinals announced today their 2017 Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Year selections, honoring outfielder Harrison Bader and right-handed pitcher Jack Flaherty for their accomplishments on the field. 544 more words


Redbirds Manager Stubby Clapp Named Minor League Manager Of The Year

MEMPHIS (Redbirds) – Memphis Redbirds manager Stubby Clapp has been named the Baseball America Minor League Manager of the Year, joining a group of skippers to earn the award that includes Buck Showalter, Terry Francona, Grady Little, and Ryne Sandberg, among others, dating back to 1989. 144 more words


From Disappointing to Praiseworthy, Memphis sports has transitioned into success like never before.

In 1877, the first professional sports team came to Memphis. Since then, no professional or collegiate team in baseball, basketball, or football, has won a national championship. 1,404 more words