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MLBcathedrals ⚾️ Jul 9
Busch Stadium earlier today. Image via
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Tom's Old Days Jul 12
“Old Days”A great all round Player,Carl Yastrzemski makes a leaping catch in game 1 of the 1967 Cardinal-RedSox World Series at Fenway Park.
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BaseballHistoryNut Jul 11
Big fan of this guy. Don’t post enough pictures of him. Johnny Mize.
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Tom Pelissero Jul 10
owner Michael Bidwill has tested positive for COVID-19.
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Derrick S. Goold Jul 9
are hosting a groundbreaking Friday at Stars Park, the ballpark that housed St. Louis' earliest baseball championship dynasty -- the St. Louis Stars of the Negro Leagues. Team has donated $1.1 million for renovations to the facility for baseball, softball fields.
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Bob Uecker Jul 11
1964 St. Louis - World Series Champs RT when you notice Bob Uecker & Bob Gibson ...
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Mark Saxon Jul 12
It’d be great for fans to see this from Yadier Molina’s mask-cam, but even greater if they could hear him talking to umps, his pitcher, the bench, opposing hitters, etc. Might be best to build in a bit of a delay in case he takes a foul tip somewhere tender though.
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Mark Saxon 8h
Not sure if this is a preview of what's to come, but the just played an intrasquad game that ended in a 0-0 tie. Both sides had three hits. Played seven innings.
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Derrick S. Goold Jul 7
First night at Busch, and in the distance there is Carlos Martinez getting ready to throw in the bullpen.
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Old Time Football 🏈 Jul 12
Metcalf goes 75 yards
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Derrick S. Goold Jul 8
have invited Nolan Gorman, Matthew Liberatore, Malcom Nunez, and Even Mendoza in the 12 players going to Springfield for alternate site camp.
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Gummy Arts Jul 12
Willie McGee, , from the 1986 Quaker Chewy Granola Bars set
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Derrick S. Goold Jul 11
Red vs. Blue Carlos Martinez, RHP (0-0, 0.00) Johan Oviedo, RHP (0-0, 0.00) 6 pm, Busch Stadium
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Derrick S. Goold Jul 13
closer Jordan Hicks, who has "Diabetic Phenom" stitched on his glove, has opted out for the 2020 season, citing his pre-existing health concerns. He's eligible for salary and service time -- and will continue recovering from elbow surgery. More:
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OldTimeHardball Jul 7
1926 St. Louis (World Series champs) - Taylor Douthit, Lester Bell, Jim Bottomley (HOF), Chick Hafey (HOF), and Bob O'Farrell
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Tom's Old Days Jul 8
“Rare Breed” is one way of putting it!
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MarDays Jul 9
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CSD Fantasy 9h
Check out the all new Fantasy Snapshot Video!
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Derrick S. Goold Jul 9
“If Waino was not here, I really thought about going back to Korea.” — Kim on an unplanned, extended stay away from his family and the teammate who welcomed him to STL. Rick Hummel on new lefty.
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Rip Nottmeyer 22h
The noted their first opt-out. JORDAN HICKS claimed those honors due to preexisting health concerns, with a Type 1 diabetes diagnosis in hand since high school. But, has he had any issues since? And, where's he gonna hide? Yes, I'm somewhat skeptical.
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