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One More Data Point, Babe's the Best

With word coming in the in the last week or so that Steve Kerr would miss some time in the NBA playoffs, I got to thinking about how much credit a coach deserves for a ring if he’s not with the team for such a significant portion of the season. 1,379 more words


Dynasty Series: 1942-46 St. Louis Cardinals

When you think of the dynasties in the history of baseball, your mind immediatly jumps to the Yankees’ Murderer’s Row (Gehrig, Lazzeri, Ruth, Hoyt) or the Yankees’ Core Four dynasty of the 1990s (Pettitte, Jeter, Posada, Rivera, O’Neil, Williams). 694 more words


The 5th Street Stairs: A Sweet Story

There’s a town along the Monongahela River, just north of the bright yellow Stan “The Man” Musial Bridge, called Donora. The old mill town is famous for being the “Home of Champions,” most prominently the aforementioned baseball legend, plus Ken Griffey, Sr. 316 more words


My Baseball Memorabilia - An Illustrated List

1969 Poster containing the TWINS Home schedule for that year, autographed by Rod Carew
I got this at a Father/Son banquet at church in the winter of 1969. 288 more words

Thoughts On Stuff

St. Louis Cardinals Owe Fans a Yadier Molina Extension

By Kevin Reynolds

In St. Louis, fans celebrate the life and career of Stan Musial, the most prolific Cardinal of all time.  With 3,630 hits, a .331 batting average, and  725 doubles – the third-most doubles in baseball history – enshrinement in the Hall of Fame was assured. 2,061 more words

Today marks 6-year anniversary of Stan Musial's Presidential Medal of Freedom

ST. LOUIS- Six years ago today, Stan Musial received his Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor.

Former President Barack Obama honored the Cardinals legend… 251 more words