Missed the radio broadcasts of St. Louis Baseball Weekly? No problem, each broadcast from this month is below for your listening convenience…
August 31, 2018…The news of “interim” being removed from Mike Shildt’s title kicks off the program before we move to more news of the week and hear from pitchers John Gant and Luke Weaver. Closing things down, Bill DeWitt Jr. and Mike Shildt expand on the managerial extension and more.
August 24, 2018…The St. Louis Cardinals sit atop the NL Wild Card standings, Matt Carpenter and Yadier Molina explain how they got there. Plus, Harrison Bader, Jack Flaherty, and Al Hrabosky all share some youth-alumni moments from the past week before we wrap the show with extended conversations with new Hall of Famers Vince Coleman and Ray Lankford.
August 17, 2018…The winning streak has come to an end, but the power of Matt Carpenter’s salsa has reached epic proportions. Plus, Harrison Bader moved into the national spotlight this week. Lots of rehab assignment news regarding Carlos Martinez, Michael Wacha, and Adam Wainwright. Brett Cecil got a lot off his chest this week. Plus, former Cardinals reliever Trevor Rosenthal updates his comeback from Tommy John surgery and we visit with Patrick Wisdom, who has finally reached the big leagues.
August 10, 2018…As the Most Valuable Player case is argued for Matt Carpenter, be sure to listen in to a few of these facts from St. Louis Baseball Weekly on “consistency” this season. Plus, St. Louis Cardinals interim manager Mike Shildt sits down for a one-on-one conversation discussing the influence of George Kissell and others on his career.
Former Cards lefty and outfielder Rick Ankiel is making a return bid to pitch, plus Harrison Bader is rising in the defensive rankings. We close the program out with St. Louis author Ed Wheatley who has a new Cardinals book out for kids.
August 3, 2018…The MLB trade deadline passed and the St. Louis Cardinals dealt away Tommy Pham plus made a few other roster changes. John Mozeliak addresses those moves, plus how he envisions the team competing the rest of the season. Then we close out St. Louis Baseball Weekly as Matt Carpenter talks about his recent honors, Austin Gomber on moving back to the rotation, and Dakota Hudson on his MLB debut.