History has been made. Albert Pujols has hit career home run #700. A feat only three other players in the 120+ year history of Major League Baseball has accomplished. After hitting his 699th career homer in the 3rd inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night, Pujols hit a three-run blast in his next … More Albert Pujols makes history, joins the 700-home run club!
The New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals are two of the most historic franchises in baseball. And throughout the past century for both teams, there has been one feat the Cardinals had yet to accomplish: and that was sweep the Bronx Bombers. But flash forward to 2022, and it finally happened. In one of … More Cardinals sweep the Yankees for the first time in franchise history!
During the Cardinals’ successful teams of the early-to-mid 2000’s, one of the most key contributors was their all-star third baseman. But overall, his career was so successful, he has gained traction in recent years for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. So, on this edition of The Cooperstown Case, we take a look at … More The Cooperstown Case for Scott Rolen
Welcome to Baseball Heaven, Nolan Arenado. In what was a pitchers’ battle all game long, Arenado broke a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the eighth, as the Cardinals came back to beat Milwaukee 3-1 in the home opener on Thursday. The victory was the Cardinals’ fourth straight after sweeping Miami. It had been over … More Arenado powers Cardinals to home opener victory!
He made highlight reel catches. He robbed home runs that no one could imagine. And his home runs sent shockwaves through stadiums across MLB. And he is considered one of the best center-fielders of all time, and he has a long list of memorable moments under his belt. We’re talking about none other than Cardinal … More The Cooperstown Case for Jim Edmonds