Tag Archives: Skip Schumaker

Cardinals Scrappy Hall of Fame


When you look back on the career of David Eckstein, one word comes to mind: scrappy.  Every sport has them, players that you cheer for when they are on your team but quickly get under your skin when they are … Continue reading

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The Little Things: Ryan Theriot


In a season full of big wins, big disappointments, big comebacks and a big World Series Championship, sometimes it is important to take a step back and take a look at some of the little things that made all of … Continue reading

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The Phillies lost the NLDS, to the Cardinals ?


As strange as that may seem to some, it did in fact happen.   Along the way, fans of both the Cardinals and Phillies were treated some some of the best baseball their respective teams can play.   There was pitching galore, … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Kyle Lohse


It wasn’t the greatest of his starts in 2011, but the veteran right hander was able to keep his team in the game long enough for the offense to wake up.  Thanks to some timely hitting by David Freese, Skip … Continue reading

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Why Tony La Russa should return in 2011


As the Cardinals fall farther behind in the National League Central Division race, the number of bloggers, sports writers and fans calling for the retirement of Tony La Russa is simply mind-boggling.  One of the best is Jay Hulsey’s article … Continue reading

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