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Wayback Wednesday: ten years ago tonight

I still remember when the Cardinals first sniffed World Series success in my lifetime. I was one when Don Denkinger flubbed his way to officiating infamy in 1985, and three when the Cards succumbed to the Twins two years later. 1,147 more words

How The First Spanish Radio Broadcast Made History for the Cardinals and Memories for the Molina Family

This season, the Cardinals made radio history.

“There’s been 20,492 games played by the Cardinals, September the 29th was the first time where people can hear Cardinals baseball in Spanish,” said Polo Ascencio, play-by-play announcer for the broadcast. 394 more words


10 Years Ago Tonight: Game Seven of the 2006 NLCS

Yes, it’s fun to look back five years ago into the AMF archives and see how we captured the magic of September and October 2011 during the blog’s first year. 139 more words

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When the media seeks political commentary, it does not usually turn to sports figures.  But professional sports and politics collided rather unexpectedly about ten days ago. 772 more words


Yadi's Biggest Fan is #Made4theBest

One could argue 8-year old Aidan Corley is Yadier Molina’s biggest fan, and if you watch his entry into the Yadier Molina #Made4theBest contest, you might agree too. 157 more words

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Diamond-full of offseason questions for St. Louis Cardinals

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI)- The St. Louis Cardinals will be remembered for their home run prowess, a penchant for pinch-hitting, Carlos Martinez’s rise towards a staff ace and Alex Reyes’ elevation to the majors. 727 more words

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Emotional week for the Cardinals

What a final week for the Cardinals!

On Monday Aledmys Diaz flew to Florida to mourn the death of Miami Marlins pitcher, Jose Fernandez.  When he returned to the team on Tuesday, he taped a Fernandez jersey to the dugout wall to honor his friend.   292 more words