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MAY 2019…CLICK HERE The best record in baseball, a drop in the standings, and karaoke are just part of the conversations with Paul DeJong, Dexter Fowler, Paul Goldschmidt, Jordan Hicks, Mike Maddux, and all of the other news from the ballpark.
APRIL 2019…CLICK HERE The season is underway and lots of great conversations with the likes of Paul DeJong, Paul Goldschmidt, Jose Martinez, and Yadier Molina. Plus, news on Carlos Martinez, Alex Rodriguez, and more stories from the ballpark.
MARCH 2019…CLICK HERE All of the contract and injury news from Spring Training including sit down conversations with Paul DeJong, Paul Goldschmidt, Adam Wainwright, Kolten Wong and more.
FEBRUARY 2019…CLICK HERE The countdown to Spring Training continues and Mike Shildt talks lineup options, Jack Flaherty has designs on what he will improve this coming season, plus St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame nominee Jason Isringhausen checks in, and the implications of this off-season for free agency moving forward.
NOVEMBER 2018…CLICK HERE The hot stove league is starting to heat up as trade and free agent rumors are floating out there, plus the St. Louis Cardinals are in the mix for several postseason awards as the month gets underway.
SEPTEMBER 2018…CLICK HERE Positive and negative injury news will be affecting the rest of the season, plus conversations with Adam Wainwright, Paul DeJong, Jose Martinez, Miles Mikolas, and Hall of Famer Lou Brock are among those joining St. Louis Baseball Weekly this month.
AUGUST 2018…CLICK HERE The roller coaster of 2018 has been climbing upwards this month and from the after-effects of the trade deadline to the emergence of Matt Carpenter’s salsa, it’s all covered on St. Louis Baseball Weekly.
Harrison Bader, Austin Gomber, Dakota Hudson, Carlos Martinez, John Mozeliak, and Mike Shildt are all among the conversations this month on the program.
JULY 2018…CLICK HERE The Fourth of July fireworks have continued throughout the month with lots of discussion and debate on the playing time of Dexter Fowler, the Hall of Fame candidacy of Yadier Molina, and ultimately a managerial change. Go back and listen to any of the St. Louis Baseball Weekly episodes you may have missed on the radio.
JUNE 2018…CLICK HERE From paying our respects to the late Red Schoendienst, to medical updates from Alex Reyes and Adam Wainwright, this past month has been filled with highs and lows from the St. Louis Cardinals. Go back and catch any of the St. Louis Baseball Weekly programs you may have missed as Tommy Pham, Kolten Wong, Paul DeJong, Carlos Martinez, Yadier Molina, and Willie McGee are among the various conversations on the show.
MAY 2018…CLICK HERE This month on St. Louis Baseball Weekly included the disappointing news about the end of Alex Reyes’ season, injuries to Yadier Molina and Paul DeJong, Jordan Hicks clocking in at 105mph on the gun, Lance Lynn returning to Busch Stadium, Adam Wainwright putting things on “pause”, and the 1000th game with Mike Matheny as manager.
APRIL 2018…CLICK HERE Another season is underway and while there were cold temperatures, Yadier Molina’s temper flared while Arizona was in town.
Plus, Greg Holland made his debut with the team, Matt Carpenter returned to the lead-off spot, Austin Gomber made his MLB debut, and Hall of Famer Bob Gibson was honored as a Complete Gamer. Conversations and interviews on all those topics and more are featured this month on the show.
MARCH 2018…CLICK HERE Spring Training coverage continues as we offer multiple sit-down conversations as the likes of Adam Wainwright, Tommy Pham, Kolten Wong, Matt Carpenter, Jack Flaherty, Luke Weaver, and Jedd Gyorko prepare for the regular season. Plus, we also talk things over with prospects Sean Gilmartin, Tyler O’Neill, and Patrick Wisdom among many other interviews and topics of discussion. From bullpen strategy to contract extensions and more, it’s all here.
FEBRUARY 2018…CLICK HERE The month begins with our final conversations from the Winter Warm-Up before we head south for remote broadcasts from Spring Training. From Hall of Fame nominee Vince Coleman to Adam Wainwright’s big announcement and Dexter Fowler speaking on his move to right field, Bud Norris sharing his excitement at joining his former foes, there are a lot of highlights from this month and all available for your listening convenience.
JANUARY 2018…CLICK HERE We kicked off the new year with Luke Weaver joining the program to discuss his rare opportunity to enjoy snow in Florida and what kind of workload he’s preparing for in 2018.
Plus, President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak dialed in before the Winter Warm-Up to update a variety of topics and speaking of the Warm-Up, we’ve already had our first lineup discussion of 2018 with Mike Matheny and Matt Carpenter. Plus more from Yadier Molina, Bill DeWitt Jr., and Kolten Wong.
All archived and online for your listening convenience.
DECEMBER 2017 CLICK HERE for programs that included Marcell Ozuna sharing his reaction to being traded to the Cardinals, Stephen Piscotty calling in to say thanks and goodbye to St. Louis after being traded. Matt Carpenter checked in to discuss his off-season and the recent trades. Plus we had a hot stove roundtable with our friends Stan McNeal from Cardinals Magazine and Jeff Melnick from AP to discuss Giancarlo Stanton and other off-season moves that need to be made. And we closed the year down with a look back at several of the highlights of 2017 like Rick Ankiel’s in-studio visit, the 1967 reunion, the 1985 reunion, and more.
NOVEMBER 2017: CLICK HERE to hear from guests including St. Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak, free agent pitcher Trevor Rosenthal, and USA Today’s Bob Nightengale earlier in the month. Plus, Adam Wainwright also dialed into the program to update his recovery.
JUNE 2017…CLICK HERE Where could Magnerius Sierra fit in the future plans for the St. Louis Cardinals, plus more insight from St. Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak. Also the month featured conversations with Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith, Stephen Piscotty, Kolten Wong, Ken Reitz, and Brett Cecil among others.
MAY 2017…CLICK HERE The 1967 World Champs were in the house this month and provided a lot of great stories, plus Matt Adams was traded, plus interviews with Luke Weaver, Adam Wainwright, Kolten Wong, Trevor Rosenthal, and Kevin Siegrist are all among the monthly highlights.
APRIL 2017…CLICK HERE All of the excitement from the start of the season with contract news from Yadier Molina and Stephen Piscotty, plus Matt Carpenter, Adam Wainwright, and Kolten Wong are among the guests. Former Cardinals pitcher Rick Ankiel stops by the studio to discuss his new book, plus much more in this first month of the season.
MARCH 2017…CLICK HERE Lots of news and conversations from Spring Training as Matt Carpenter, Whitey Herzog, Mike Matheny, Bengie Molina, John Mozeliak, Tommy Pham, and Michael Wacha are just a few of the many guests who join us as St. Louis Baseball Weekly broadcasts from Jupiter, Florida.
February 24, 2017…The conversations from Spring Training continue on another loaded show!! Dexter Fowler kicks things off in the first segment as the topics range from his friendship with Michael Jordan to how he improved defensively.
Hybrid pitcher/outfielder Jordan Schafer talks about his game in our second segment, with Jhonny Peralta and Jedd Gyorko discussing their competition at third base in the next segment.
Finally, catcher Eric Fryer talks about returning to the St. Louis Cardinals.
February 17th, 2017…We are in Spring Training with the St. Louis Cardinals.
February 10th, 2017…With a just a couple of days before pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training, we round out our questions the Cardinals will look to answer with a focus on Aledmys Diaz and Adam Wainwright in the first two segments. Mike Matheny and John Mozeliak talk base running and defense in the third segment before author Brian MacNeice details why the Cardinals were profiled in his book as a global Powerhouse.
February 4th, 2017…Both Carlos Martinez and John Mozeliak weigh in on the new 5-year extension signed between the pitcher and the St. Louis Cardinals to kick off the program, followed by an update from Mike Leake on finally putting shingles behind him.
The third segment of the program again features Mozeliak, this time on the MLB punishment from earlier in the week. Greg Garcia rounds out the program, discussing his objective headed into Spring Training this season.
January 27, 2017…Flexibility and open-mindedness are discussed surrounding comments from John Mozeliak, then Kolten Wong explains how being “punched in the mouth” last year has changed things for 2017.
Mike Matheny discusses Wong’s comments and also reiterates Yadier Molina being able to handle an extended workload.
The program concludes with Carson Kelly and Luke Weaver sharing their outlook for the upcoming season.
January 20, 2017…With the ice storm behind us, the Winter Warm-Up provided plenty of news as Yadier Molina discusses a possible contract extension and John Mozeliak and Michael Wacha talk salary arbitration in our first segment.
The Chairman of the Board, Bill DeWitt Jr. and more contract talk as Lance Lynn is the focus in Segment 2. Marco Gonzales and Randal Grichuk provide health updates–and a surprise in Segment 3. And we close with some NFL playoff conversation with Adam Wainwright and great news from Mitch Harris.
January 6, 2017…We kick off the new year with a St. Louis Cardinals roundtable as Stan McNeal from Cardinals Magazine, Dave Wilhelm from the Belleville News-Democrat, and JJ Bailey from KMOV joined Brian Stull in studio to discuss a variety of topics including: what the Opening Day lineup will like for 2017?
What about the starting rotation? Will Trevor Rosenthal crack the rotation or return to the back of the bullpen and what about Michael Wacha? All this and much more over the course of the hour.
December 30, 2016…As we close out the year, here’s a look back at some of the conversations on St. Louis Baseball Weekly from 2016. We start things off with the combination of Carlos Martinez and Aledmys Diaz before moving into the return of David Freese to Busch Stadium and Chris Carpenter and Joe Torre being honored as Hall of Famers.
Albert Pujols is among those who reflects on the 2006 World Series championship and then we close things out with a look back at the Father’s Day piece on three generations of the Garcia family playing professional baseball.
November 4, 2016…A check-in from the Arizona Fall League with Harrison Bader is featured in the third segment of the show after a discussion on Mike Matheny’s contract extension and look at why the St. Louis Cardinals exercised the option for Jaime Garcia.
And a look at the promotions within the Cardinals’ scouting department and some potential free agents of interest are highlighted to close out the program.
October 28, 2016…After a discussion on Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright being finalists for the Rawlings Gold Glove award in the first segment, our conversation with St. Louis Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III on Phase 2 of Ballpark Village is featured in the second part of the show.
A look back at the five and ten year anniversaries of the World Championships won in 2006 and 2011 with Lance Berkman, Allen Craig, Chris Duncan, David Eckstein, David Freese, Jon Jay, Albert Pujols, Scott Spiezio, Jeff Suppan, and Preston Wilson is featured in our final two segments for this week.
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September 16, 2016…Some optimism from Randal Grichuk begins the program before the focus turns to the addition of Alex Reyes to the rotation and Jaime Garcia to the bullpen. Hall of Famer Lou Brock begins the second segment, with Brandon Moss then sharing how a rat and cockroach in his locker have loosened him up.
An expanded conversation with Albert Pujols on the 2006 and 2011 World Series, moving into the Top 10 in MLB’s All-Time Home Runs, and what one more game at Busch Stadium would mean is the third segment. And an injury report closes out this jam-packed edition of the show.
August 19, 2016…Not even through his first full season in the big leagues, Stephen Piscotty has earned an award–and the respect of his teammates in the clubhouse; Brandon Moss is continuing to drive up his value with every home run–does a contract extension make $ense for both sides?
Plus, a look at how the last couple of weeks have re-shaped the focus for the divisional and wild card races and St. Louis Baseball Weekly closes this week with a terrific story about an usher at Busch Stadium and ’06 memories from Hall of Famer Tony La Russa.
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July 29, 2016…Lots of trade conversation with USA Today’s Bob Nightengale in the third segment of the program, but we began with a focus on Mike Leake over his last few starts. Seth Maness and Tyler Lyons are featured in the second portion of the show, along with Matt Carpenter updating his oblique injury.
Both Chris Duncan and Preston Wilson help provide a look back at 2006 in segment four before new Mizzou assistant Brian McRae offers some perspective on the Cardinals and National League Central to close out the show.
July 22, 2016…An attempt to explain his success vs San Diego from Jedd Gyorko, plus Stephen Piscotty looks back at his first year in the big leagues, and Kolten Wong shares who’s been giving him advice in our first segment.
Big League Impact’s Fantasy Football league is just around the corner, Adam Wainwright has all the details in the second portion of the show, the ’06 World Series is remembered by John Rodriguez and Scott Spiezio in Segment 3, while Jon Jay and Mark McGwire talk things over to close out the show.
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Brayan Pena explains his surprise decision to join the US Army Reserves this offseason and Erik Fryer and David Freese talk about their returns to Busch Stadium in segment three. And we close out the show with Luke Weaver–the Cardinals pitching prospect who took home June honors for the organization.
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June 10, 2016…Lots of draft news as both John Mozeliak and Randy Flores discuss the St. Louis Cardinals first few selections, plus we’ll check in with Dylan Carlson and Dakota Hudson on being drafted by the team.
Stephen Piscotty recalls his own draft experience, plus Adam Wainwright and Trevor Rosenthal break down getting the reliever back on track and Yadier Molina talks about his workload.
April 22, 2016…St. Louis Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal discusses getting his 100th career save while Adam Wainwright is confident he will get things back on track soon. Hall of Famer Lou Brock shares insight into his amputation and feelings on being honored with #STLisLou.
Plus, Mike Matheny talks about who the primary shortstop is for his team and Matt Adams is gaining confidence in his swing.
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Plus, Stan McNeal of Cardinals Magazine talks about his interview with Lou Brock for the latest edition and more. And Robert Karma Robinson, the star of Satchel Paige and the Kansas City Swing closes out the program.
April 1, 2016…The roster for Opening Day has been set, along with a couple of moves created by injury. General Manager John Mozeliak discusses the status of Ruben Tejada, Jordan Walden, and more in an extended conversation.
Plus, updates from Kevin Siegrist and Randal Grichuk on parts of their game they worked on in the Grapefruit League. And the show closes out with Rule 5 pick Matt Bowman and catching prospect Michael Ohlman.
March 25, 2016…As we close out our coverage from Spring Training, Mitch Harris discusses the shoulder issue which will sideline him to start the season. Mike Leake and Seung Hwan Oh are getting settled in with the Cardinals.
Plus, the clubhouse picks sides in the battle between Batman and Superman. Finally, Ruben Tejada talks about joining the team and Missouri State Rep Courtney Allen Curtis explains why he’s sponsored a bill to designate the Cardinals as the official state baseball team.
March 18, 2016…MLB.com’s Anthony DiComo, who covers the NY Mets, breaks down the positive and negatives of Ruben Tejada being a fit with the St. Louis Cardinals. Former #1 pick Luke Weaver talks about his growth on the mound over the last year and Stephen Piscotty shares what particular part of his defensive game he’s focused on this spring.
Jonathan Broxton closes out the program sharing hunting stories and recalling his ML debut against Albert Pujols and the Cardinals.
Marco Gonzales details the lessons he gained last season while hurt, plus Michael Wacha shares about another ring he’s chasing.
The show closes with our annual Spring Training conversation with Carson Kelly as he continues his transition and growth as a top Cardinals catching prospect.
Plus, Mike Matheny and Red Schoendienst discuss the team captains and prospects Matt Bowman and Austin Gomber talk baseball and being in their first big league camp with St. Louis.
February 26, 2016…More from Spring Training as Yadier Molina and Tim Cooney update their health status to kick off the show, plus Jose Oquendo discusses how the team will approach working with infielders in light of the rule revisions for the “in the neighborhood” play.
Ozzie Smith and Randal Grichuk talk about their work together and the centerfielder addresses the attention his long hair has received.
It’s still early, but the new contacts are paying off for Tommy Pham and we close out the show with an extended conversation with Matt Holliday on first base, his contract option, and more.
Catcher Eric Fryer discusses his link to Mike Matheny, while Seth Maness explains why it was finally time to change his number. Tyler Lyons and Dean Anna also check in before Brayan Pena shares his incredible story of how he defected from Cuba.
February 6, 2016…Our first broadcast with Cape Girardeau as part of the network features a closer look at how the trio of Randal Grichuk, Tommy Pham, and Stephen Piscotty could contribute this season for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Plus, former MLB scout and Korean baseball analyst Daniel Kim updates the Seung Hwan Oh visa status and Trevor Rosenthal and Kevin Siegrist discuss the new dynamics of the bullpen for 2016.
Plus, ESPN.com’s David Schoenfield joins us to discuss his rankings for the MLB’s greatest defense of all-time–which has a St. Louis Cardinals team you might not have picked near the top. And finally, Jaime Garcia talks about the upcoming season.
January 22, 2016…There was a lot more thought to Kolten Wong wanting to bat lead-off than some have portrayed this week, plus Adam Wainwright had plenty more to say than just addressing the topic of an “aging core” on the team.
Alex Reyes’ apology and Carlos Martinez handling his own press conference are featured before Matt Carpenter closes out the program with his thoughts on where he fits in the lineup and more.
Newest bullpen addition “Mr. Oh” is highlighted and the program ends with a short preview of the Winter Warm-Up and the various autograph signings.
Plus, Jim Edmonds foreshadowed an early exit on the Hall of Fame ballot–but he’s not the first Cardinals to experience that fate.
December 18, 2015…While they may not be “dynamic” signings, a look at some of the supplemental moves the Cardinals could still make this offseason, plus how could Matt Holliday working out at 1B change their plans.
Mitch Harris joins the show to discuss winning the Tony Conigliaro Award and the Hall of Fame candidacy of Jim Edmonds rounds out the program.
Then Jon Jay checks in to reflect on his trade to San Diego and time in St. Louis; and Brian Finch of the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum joins us in studio to discuss “Cardinals Relics”.
Does the international market–namely Korea make $ense for the Cards? Drew and Matthew Taylor discuss their father, former pitcher Ron Taylor in Segment 3, plus a comparison of Tony Cruz to other potential free agent back up catchers. And Cardinal Nation’s Brian Walton joins us to close out the show with a report from Arizona on the Fall League.
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October 16, 2015…Comments from Mike Matheny and John Mozeliak’s end of season press conference focusing on Jason Heyward, Lance Lynn, Matt Holliday, Stephen Piscotty, and the competition at first base are among those featured.
Plus, St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong checks in before heading back to Hawaii, and Redbird Hall of Famer Ted Simmons talks about being in the middle of the 70’s brawl with Chicago and joining a new franchise.
October 10, 2015…Playoff edition of the program as we review the Cardinals victory in Game 1 over the Cubs. John Lackey, Mike Matheny, Tommy Pham, Stephen Piscotty, and Yadier Molina all in the first segment.
More Matheny and Jaime Garcia preview Game 2 and then Adam Wainwright and Reggie Sanders close out the show.
October 2, 2015…The subtle move in the division clincher that meant so much to the clubhouse, Jaime Garcia compares this season to 2o11, plus which team should Cardinals fans root for between the Pirates and Cubs??
Plus, minor league Gold Glover Carson Kelly joins the show to discuss his award and continued work in the Instructional League.
September 19, 2015…With the series in Chicago getting heated, Joe Maddon had some interesting comments about the St. Louis Cardinals. Director of Player Development Gary LaRocque checks in for a pair of segments to review the team’s minor league season and standout performers. Plus, why this Monday is a big day for Adam Wainwright to close out the show.
September 11, 2015…Besides a tribute to the late Joaquin Andujar with Danny Cox, Whitey Herzog, and John Tudor this edition also features conversations with Trevor Rosenthal, Jordan Walden, Greg Garcia, Cody Stanley, and Sam Tuivailala.
September 5, 2015…Enjoy your Labor Day weekend with a visit from St. Louis Cardinals fan and one of the hosts of Drury Outdoors–Mark Drury, who shares stories of hunting with Mike Matheny and other players.
Seth Maness and the rest of the bullpen have been enjoying some fun as amateur pilots, and in case you missed it, John Mozeliak and Randy Flores discuss the Scouting Director hire.
June 20, 2015…St. Louis Cardinals Chairman of the Board Bill DeWitt Jr. and General Manager John Mozeliak answer questions and discuss the Justice Department’s investigation of a hacking incident with the Houston Astros.
June 13, 2015…Pitcher Lance Lynn delivered some of his best post game comedic material and some of the newly signed St. Louis Cardinals draft picks visited Busch Stadium and talk it over for Segment 2. CBC’s Matt Vierling discusses being drafted by the Cardinals in the third segment, and Jonathan Cain of Journey talks a Steve Perry reunion with the band and more to close out the show.
June 6, 2015…The success of the St. Louis Cardinals starting rotation is discussed with insight from John Lackey and Yadier Molina to kick off the show. Mark Reynolds approach and then a sit down conversation with Randal Grichuk highlight Segment 2 before we’re joined by Bengie Molina to continue our “Summer Reading List” in Segment 3.
The show wraps up with William Hayes and Chris Long of the St. Louis Rams and MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred.
May 30, 2015…The news was worse than expected for Matt Adams and General Manager John Mozeliak details the Cardinals plans moving forward at first base, plus Jon Jay discusses his return from the DL to open the show.
Matt Holliday talks about setting a new NL record and the debut of his new “Holliday Red Lager” for charity before there’s more from Mozeliak–this time on the transition of Rowan Wick from outfielder to pitcher.
Tony La Russa discusses the field named in his honor and Ed Easley shares what his ML debut was like on Friday. An update on Marco Gonzales, plus Memorial Day perspective from Mitch Harris and Supermodel Karlie Kloss round out the show.
May 16, 2015…Before he was optioned back to Memphis, Xavier Scruggs talked about how his game has continued to improve since his ML debut last September with the Cardinals. Writer Stan McNeal checked in to discuss his new book, “If These Walls Could Talk: St. Louis Cardinals”.
Springfield reliever Jordan Swagerty shared his own story of making it back to save games after four years of surgery and rehab. And the show closed out with Matt Adams and Trevor Rosenthal discussing the SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center Home Run Derby Championships.
May 9, 2015…Prior to suffering from extreme fatigue, Matt Carpenter talked about the historic start of the St. Louis Cardinals and how he compares to season past. Mark Mulder has torn his Achilles tendon, so what kind of advice did he provide Adam Wainwright when the two pitchers spoke?
Newly inducted Cardinals Hall of Famer Ted Simmons talks about his career, what was missing from the team in the 70’s, Cooperstown, Yadier Molina, and more. Finally, Kolten Wong shares the story and battle over Mauna Kea and Lt. Mitch Harris makes history with his first big league win.
December 17, 2014…Free agent signings continue as Jason Motte is now a Chicago Cub and Daniel Descalso has inked with Colorado, the former infielder calls in to discuss his time playing in the Cardinals organization and how he learned a few seasons ago about the business side of baseball. What Mark Reynolds brings off the bench is discussed–as is Bob Costas’ first pitch.
December 10, 2014…Remote broadcast from Lucas Park Grille on Washington Avenue in St. Louis includes the impact of Jon Lester signing with Chicago and the possibility of an extension for Lance Lynn. Adam Wainwright issues an apology to fans because of fantasy football, and we get to know newly acquired infielder Ty Kelly–who talks everything from playing infield, surfing, cooking, and movies.
December 3, 2014…On location broadcast at Ballpark Village for the third annual Cardinals Holiday Gift Drive–Keith Brooks of Cardinals Care details the reach of the event and then new Scouting Director Chris Correa joins the show for his first radio interview since being promoted to the position.
November 26, 2014…How big a vacancy is left in the Cardinals front office with the departure of Dan Kantrovitz? Plus, Mike Matheny explains the value of a uniform number, Brian Schwarze and Brian Finch discuss the new Stan Musial exhibit, and the newly released Hall of Fame ballot is analyzed.
November 19, 2014…Jason Heyward and John Mozeliak discuss the trade which brought the outfielder to St. Louis, plus the hiring of Bill Mueller as assistant hitting coach, changes to the 40-man roster, and Keith Brooks from Cardinals Care joins the show to detail the 3rd Annual Cardinals Holiday Gift Drive.
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November 12, 2014…It’s “awards season” and the NL Manager of the Year vote is discussed before Cardinals prospect and Naval Academy graduate Mitch Harris calls in from the Arizona Fall League to discuss his days of being on a USS carrier and rise in the minor league ranks. More possible free agent fits are brought up and the tentative Spring Training schedule is previewed.
November 5, 2014…Yadier Molina picks up his 7th consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove; David Bell’s pedigree to serve as bench coach for the St. Louis Cardinals, three names that could be considered in free agency, and former big league umpire Al Clark discusses his book “Called Out But Safe: An Umpire’s Journey”.
October 29, 2014…Tribute to the late Oscar Taveras as past interviews with the St. Louis Cardinals outfielder are featured along with comments from GM John Mozeliak and a conversation with team chaplain Pastor Darrin Patrick.
October 22, 2014…Extensive coverage from the end of season press conference with Mike Matheny and John Mozeliak, detailing injury news, free agent and arbitration plans, reviewing the decisions made in the NLCS, and also a visit with Cedric the Entertainer about being a Cardinal fan in LA and his charity event this weekend in St. Louis.
October 15, 2014…St. Louis Baseball Weekly is on the road in San Francisco with the St. Louis Cardinals for the NLCS. Among the topics in Segment 1, Randy Choate discusses his throwing error:
John Lackey discusses his start and Randal Grichuk talks the difficulty of fielding at AT&T Park in Segment 2:
Jon Jay and Kolten Wong discuss what it means and the expectations of being a Cardinal in Segment 3:
More from Randal Grichuk on why he’s using Matt Adams glove, plus A.J. Pierzynski is in Segment 4:
October 8, 2014…Extensive coverage and conversations from last night’s clubhouse celebration of the St. Louis Cardinals advancing to the NLCS. Mike Matheny talks on Shelby Miller, the un-reviewable play involving Kolten Wong, and four straight NLCS appearances. Shelby Miller, Matt Adams, Matt Carpenter, Adam Wainwright, A.J. Perzynski, Marco Gonzales, Trevor Rosenthal, and Pat Neshek are all featured as the show broadcasts on remote from Johnny’s Bar and Grill in Soulard.
October 1, 2014…The roster decisions the St. Louis Cardinals will face for the NLDS are discussed, with breaking news from the ballpark to confirm an earlier prediction on the starting rotation. Jason Motte vs Marco Gonzales in the bullpen and Tony Cruz vs A.J. Pierzynski is also analyzed before Tommy Pham talks growing up in Pop Warner football alongside two future NFL stars. Plus, SABR’s Chris Dial joins the show for a lengthy discussion on defense and what kind of effect it could have in the National League Divisional Series.
September 24, 2014…As the Cardinals draw nearer to the postseason, Mike Matheny provides some hints as to how the playoff roster could shape up. Mike Shannon recalls almost being traded to Philadelphia. The Sklar Brothers share their affection for Jose Oquendo and growing up Cardinals fans. Jon Jay on defense, Randal Grichuk talks on his success at the plate and John Mozeliak comments on the impact Gary LaRocque has in the organization.
September 17, 2014…Clarity on the plan for Michael Wacha is expected later in the day, Roberto Clemente Award nominee Jason Motte shares how a conversation with Carlos Beltran last season impacted his efforts, former All-State QB Tyler Lyons recalls what curtailed his NFL career, Gabe Kiley of St. Louis Cardinals Magazine goes over highlights of the new 2014 Cardinals Yearbook, and a sit-down conversation with Xavier Scruggs closes the show.
September 10, 2014…Mike Matheny shares what he sees in terms of “offensive spark” in the dugout, Peter Bourjos discusses the difference now versus earlier in the season with his success at the plate, “Mr. September” Matt Adams is highlighted in Who’s Hot and Who’s Not, plus Shelby Miller breaks down his pitch combinations low in the zone.
September 3, 2014…Adam Wainwright shares why he’s “chapped” about his last outing and how he is getting things back on track, the trio of Mike Matheny, John Mozeliak, and Michael Wacha all discuss what’s next for the right-hander, Trevor Rosenthal talks about joining the 40-save club, and Matt Holliday and Randal Grichuk are also featured.
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August 27, 2014…Broadcasting from Springfield, MO to cover the Yadier Molina and Michael Wacha rehab stints with the Double-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. Molina discusses his workout and plans moving forward, plus Springfield manager Mike Shildt and prospects Cody Stanley, Sam Tuivailala, and Patrick Wisdom also are interviewed.
August 20th, 2014…A Cardinals Hall of Fame edition of the program as all four of the recent inductees–Jim Edmonds, Marty Marion, Willie McGee, and Mike Shannon are featured with interviews after the ceremony. Question of the Day and Minor League Spotlight, and updates on Yadier Molina and Michael Wacha. Plus, St. Louis native Jon Hamm talks his love of the Cardinals.
August 13, 2014…St. Louis Cardinals Manager Mike Matheny details the need for Mark Ellis and Daniel Descalso to get some playing time and Adam Wainwright shares what kind of impact John Lackey has had on the rotation. What unique opportunity does Justin Masterson provide Derek Lilliquist?? Plus, Kolten Wong explains his recent power surge and Cardinals Fantasy Camp Director Joe Pfeiffer provides the details of the upcoming event with Bob Gibson and Willie McGee.
August 6, 2014…Both Michael Wacha and John Mozeliak update the pitcher’s status, Shelby Miller talks going up against his best friend Joe Kelly on the mound, Matt Holliday doesn’t play golf but talks Pujols Family Foundation and how the recent trades have affected the clubhouse, A.J. Pierzynski shares how he is adjusting to a new pitching staff, and Peoria Chiefs outfielder Rowan Wick dials in to talk about his rise in the organization.
July 30, 2014…News of the Justin Masterson trade breaks as the show opens on this deadline edition of the program. A review of some of the greatest Cardinals trades–including Larry Walker, Cesar Cedeno, and Will Clark. The Hall of Fame induction ceremonies are reviewed–with consideration given to the case for Scott Rolen. Trevor Rosenthal is on pace to set a new franchise mark and the Minor League Spotlight are also featured.
July 23, 2014…Post-game comments from Adam Wainwright and Tampa’s Joe Maddon help kick off the show, which features several clips from Tony La Russa in advance of his Hall of Fame induction this weekend. Among the stories from the former Cardinals manager, his need to wear a bullet-proof vest under his jacket early in his career. Mark McGwire also talks TLR and Mike Matheny discusses the rest Shelby Miller has received in the bullpen.
July 16, 2014…Adam Wainwright’s comments about pitching to Derek Jeter wasn’t the biggest issue with the All-Star Game, the omission of Tony Gwynn was; Stan the Man is the subject of our Budweiser Question of the Day; Jason Motte talks about his progress from Tommy John surgery in the first half of the season; and John Mozeliak lends some perspective on how the Cardinals may approach the trade market.
July 9, 2014…Besides hearing about the recent walk-off HRs, Matt Carpenter details lessons he learned last year coming out of the All-Star break which will help in 2014, Mike Matheny and Clint Hurdle discuss how their teams battling on the field hasn’t affected their friendship off of it, and Jaime Garcia talks at length about his symptoms and upcoming surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome.
July 2, 2014…What a difference a year makes as comparisons were drawn between last season’s offensive numbers vs. 2014 at this point in the season. What did the leaked documents from Houston show about a potential Astros-Cardinals trade? Discussion on how a trade could signal a philosophy shift in the Cardinals. Yadier Molina is hanging onto the lead in the balloting for NL catcher in the All-Star game.
June 25, 2014…John Mozeliak and Michael Wacha discuss the stress reaction in the right-hander’s scapula, plus Adam Wainwright and Lance Lynn breakdown the growth of leadership for a third year player and how that equates into a larger voice in the clubhouse. Marco Gonzales is featured in the Minor League Spotlight.
June 18, 2014…broadcasting from Lucas Park Grille on Washington Ave, the show begins with Adam Wainwright sharing the good news he will make his start on Saturday, however Kevin Siegrist has a nerve issue in his shoulder. The late Tony Gwynn is also remembered. John Mozeliak and Peter Bourjos discuss the centerfield situation in segment two and St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum Outreach Manager Brian Finch details a new item on display from the 1964 World Series in segment three. St. Louis native Sasha Kuebel is profiled in the Minor League Spotlight to finish the show.
June 11, 2014…broadcasting from Fuzzy’s Taco Shop in Webster Groves, segment one kicks off with Adam Wainwright discussing how he motivated Lance Lynn to strive for his complete game and Mike Matheny discusses how he might choose the National League starter in the All-Star game. Conversations with Cardinals Scouting Director Dan Kantrovitz and top picks Luke Weaver and Jack Flaherty are the focus of the second segment. Who’s Hot and Who’s Not makes it’s debut in segment three and the Minor League Spotlight wraps up the show.
June 4, 2014…A few days after his Major League debut, Oscar Taveras sits down to discuss; plus Willie McGee thanks fans for his HoF induction and offers advice on how to break a slump at the plate. Former #1 pick Marco Gonzales dials in from Springfield in the Minor League Spotlight, and Cardinals Scouting Director provides insight to how the team will approach the MLB Draft.
May 28, 2014…Hall of Famer Bob Gibson shares he was never angry on the mound as he and Dick Groat also recount the 1964 World Series championship. Gibson also has a theory on the rash of Tommy Johny surgeries today. Adam Wainwright also weighs in on Gibson, plus Derek Jeter discusses St. Louis and we catch up with Brendan Ryan. Matt Holliday has been moving better in the outfield on the base paths–he explains why.
May 21, 2014…Live from Fuzzy’s Taco Shop in Webster Groves, the show kicked off with discussion of Adam Wainwright’s one-hitter and what role Jason Motte will serve in the bullpen. Matt Adams makes the case for leaving his elbow brace off in Segment 2 and we catch up with Scott Spiezio–who shares on cleaning up his life. Matt Carpenter discusses philosophy on borderline pitches in Segment 3 and Kolten Wong details getting back on track in Memphis to close out the show.
May 14, 2014…News of Kolten Wong’s recall from Memphis opens the show with John Mozeliak discussing the need for the roster to re-affirm itself during this homestand. Adam Wainwright is the subject of the Budweiser Question of the Day and details how he works to call a game with Yadier Molina in Segment 2. Mozeliak and Mike Matheny discuss Wong and Jason Motte in Segment 3. NFL Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams brings us back into the final segment before Joey Butler is the focus of the Minor League Spotlight and Greg Garcia shares his intent on being hit by a pitch for the game-winner on Tuesday.
May 7, 2014…Adam Wainwright and several other Cardinals weighed in with their NFL draft picks and former reliever TJ Mathews joined the show–sharing why Mike Matheny was the best catcher he ever threw to, which HoF teammate he would choose to start a franchise with, and details of his upcoming baseball camp for kids.
April 30, 2014…Morning news from the ballpark, including Mike Matheny on the problem with spending the night on the couch in his office. Plus, Shelby Miller breaks down what he’s struggling with on the mound. David Eckstein and Mark Ellis share about being roommates back in their college days, and newcomer Greg Garcia shares what it’s been like to make his Major League debut with the St. Louis Cardinals.
April 23, 2014…Reflections on Albert Pujols reaching the 500 HR milestone, Adam Wainwright detailing how he locks in between starts, defensive miscues, Memphis OF off to great start, and St. Louis Cardinals great Tommy Herr talks with Stully for two segments.
April 16, 2014…Matt Carpenter discusses the bats heating up for the Cardinals; Bill DeWitt Jr. and John Mozeliak speak on agreeing to a contract extension; how Lance Lynn compares to Matt Morris and other stats that may surprise regarding the starter; Kolten Wong’s fame has gone international; Jason and Caitlin Motte share the latest on the reliever’s recovery and efforts with Ks for Kids; and a look at what the Cardinals could do if Joe Kelly’s hamstring issue is serious enough for him to miss a start(s) in the rotation.
April 9, 2014…St. Louis Cardinals Manager Mike Matheny shares why he will wear his 2013 NL Champions ring, Kolten Wong talks about the key for his success on the base paths, Peter Bourjos on adjusting to CF in Busch Stadium, and Hall of Famers Lou Brock, Tony La Russa, and Ozzie Smith on Opening Day–plus Director of Player of Development Gary LaRocque discusses the minor league rosters.
April 2, 2014…A discussion on why the St. Louis Cardinals should improve against left-handed pitching in 2014, a breakdown of the organizational rosters and prospect James Ramsey is in the Minor League Spotlight, and more in this latest edition.
March 26, 2014…Besides breaking down the signing of David Aardsma and the rotation, Stully catches up with St. Louis Cardinals great Jim Edmonds for his thoughts on the CF competition between Peter Bourjos and Jon Jay; MLBPA President Tony Clark on PED Policy, helmets for pitchers, and qualifying offers being restrictive on free agency; plus prospect Mike O’Neill is profiled.
March 19, 2014…With trade rumors swirling out of Detroit, the Pete Kozma situation is discussed with the infielder sharing what he has done to improve his swing and approach at the plate this year. Mark Ellis talks about his journey from South Dakota to Florida to St. Louis and how David Eckstein helped along the way. And prospect Tim Cooney is profiled.
March 12, 2014…Former St. Louis Cardinals closer Jason Isringhausen shares what kind of advice he is providing Trevor Rosenthal and the teams’ other pitchers in his role as guest instructor at Spring Training; Cuban baseball expert Peter C. Bjarkman discusses the signing and realistic expectations for Aledmys Diaz; and prospect Stephen Piscotty is spotlighted.
March 5, 2014…Another edition from the green picnic table in Spring Training as Stully is joined by St. Louis Cardinals great Willie McGee, who shares what he tries to impart with prospects as he instructs them during camp; Jaime Garcia details the pain and process of coming back from the bursitis in his shoulder; and Allen Craig and Patrick Wisdom discuss their West Coast connection. Plus, postgame clubhouse conversation with Shelby Miller after his Grapefruit League start.
February 26, 2014…Mike Matheny breaks down how the St. Louis Cardinals will adjust to the new collision rule at home plate, Pat Neshek talks sidearm pitching and baseball cards, Kyle McClellan is making an impact off the field, and prospect Carson Kelly is highlighted in the latest edition of St. Louis Baseball Weekly.
February 19th, 2014…Ozzie Smith on his advice to Pete Kozma and Jhonny Peralta, Peter Bourjos on adjusting to life as a Cardinal, Matt Holliday the Alpha Male, Lance Lynn discusses respect, and prospect Marco Gonzales all join Stully for the live broadcast from Jupiter.
February 12th, 2014…Matt Carpenter explains why he carried lumber into Spring Training, Trevor Rosenthal on being the Cards closer, and prospect Jordan Swagerty all join Brian Stull from Spring Training for the debut edition of St. Louis Baseball Weekly.