Category: St. Louis Cardinals

Cardinals GM John Mozeliak Knew the Chances of Re-signing Albert Pujols were Slim, Confirms St. Louis not in Prince Fielder Sweepstakes

Monday, December 12th, 2011

It may be hard for St.Louis Cardinals fans fans to realize this, but John Mozeliak made the right decision in not giving Albert Pujols the absurd contract he got from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Albert Pujols is the best player in baseball and was a big reason for ...

The Cardinals Have Now Entered the Mike Matheny Era in St. Louis

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Mike Matheny spent 13 years in the majors and he was known for his great work behind the plate. Not only was he a four time Gold Glove catcher, but he called a very good game behind the dish and was considered by many to be a very good teammate ...

David Freese on Albert Pujols: “Albert belongs in St. Louis”

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

The St. Louis Cardinals capped off one of the most remarkable late season runs with a World Series win against the Texas Rangers. Everything about their run was improbable including the player who saved the season. Despite playing on the same roster with names like Pujols, Carpenter, and even Holliday, ...

Bill Parcells on Good Friend Tony La Russa: “Baseball has lost one of the great guys to ever manage in the game.”

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

The last time we heard from Bill Parcells here on SportsRadioInterviews, he was sharing stories and reminiscing about the late Al Davis, a man who meant a great deal to Parcells both personally and professionally over the course of a nearly half-century long relationship. Now we're going to check in ...

Derek Holland Refuses to Call This Season a Failure Despite a World Series Loss

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Some folks prescribe to the theory that if a team doesn't win a championship, that the season was a total loss. Texas Rangers pitcher Derek Holland is not one of those folks. Asked if the season was lost when the Rangers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games, ...

Replacing Tony LaRussa Will Not Be Easy For The Cardinals

Monday, October 31st, 2011

The more and more I think about it, with the news of Tony LaRussa retiring from the game of baseball after 33 seasons, the more I think the baseball gods were watching over the St. Louis Cardinals during the World Series. It looked like the Cards were dead late in ...

Derek Holland Says the Heat He Has Received for His TV Interview Is Uncalled For

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

The other night Rangers pitcher Derek Holland put together the greatest pitching performance of his career and one of the greatest pitching performances in Rangers postseason history. Holland went eight and a third innings and completely shut down the St. Louis Cardinals in a must-win game for Texas in the ...

Texas Rangers’ C.J. Wilson: Starting Pitching Will Be the Deciding Factor in the World Series

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Everybody's talking about the big bats and offensive firepower heading into the World Series. If anybody needed a reminder as to what the Texas Rangers could do, they put up a nine-run inning and 15 runs overall in clinching the American League pennant. As for the St. Louis Cardinals, they ...

John Mozeliak Says Tonight’s Game Is “All hands on deck”

Friday, October 7th, 2011

For the St. Louis Cardinals this season nothing has come easy. Yet through all of the adversity, the Cards have refused to give in and their magical September took them all the way into the playoffs and now they will take on the best team in baseball in a crucial ...

As MLB Playoffs Begin, Commissioner Bud Selig Proclaims There is More Competitive Balance Than Ever Before

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Bud Selig had a hard time falling asleep Wednesday night. When he woke up, the Major League Baseball commissioner says he had never felt better about his sport. He watched, as the nation did Wednesday night, as the final teams earned a spot in the playoffs and the drama unfolded ...