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Pokémon Go's Team Leaders Now Actually Do Something

(Source: kotaku.com)

Pokémon Go’s Team Leaders haven’t been doing much leading thus far. That’s about to change, with the game’s latest update introducing something called “Implemented Pokémon Appraisal”. 67 more words


How Choo Choo Coleman derailed Cardinals

In his first game as a starting catcher for the 1962 original Mets, Choo Choo Coleman dared to lead off an inning with a bunt against Bob Gibson. 558 more words


How Mike Shannon put brakes on Cubs title hopes

In August 1968, Mike Shannon slowed the Cubs’ momentum by hitting the first grand slam of his big-league career and helping the Cardinals split a four-game series at Wrigley Field. 625 more words


The 1st showdown between Ichiro Suzuki, Albert Pujols

Two of the best hitters of their era, Ichiro Suzuki and Albert Pujols, were in their sophomore years in the big leagues when they played against one another for the first time in the regular season. 564 more words


How Chris Carpenter got revenge against Blue Jays

Three years after the Blue Jays removed Chris Carpenter from their big-league roster and told him he’d have to go to the minors if he wanted to remain with the organization, the pitcher returned to Toronto as a member of the Cardinals and showed why giving up on him was a mistake. 683 more words


"You gotta be mean"

If I had a dime for every time I was told I was “too nice” to be an attorney, I could pay my student loans off. 356 more words


The story of Jim Hickman and his Cardinals connections

The Cardinals were a significant part of the baseball career of Jim Hickman. He signed his first professional contract with the Cardinals, played in their minor-league system for six seasons and ended his big-league playing career with them. 928 more words