St. Louis Baseball Weekly-July 2018

Missed the radio broadcasts of St. Louis Baseball Weekly? No worries, each broadcast from this month is available below for your listening convenienceā€¦

July 27, 2018…The news of Greg Holland and Tyler Lyons being DFA’d opens up the program before we are joined by USA TODAY’s Bob Nightengale for some national perspective on the Cardinals as we head into the MLB trade deadline.

What kind of moves come via promotion from Memphis is closely looked at in the third segment before we close out the show by finishing our guided tour with Brian Finch of the new exhibits at the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum.

July 20, 2018…The end of the Mike Matheny-era has arrived for the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Baseball Weekly was at the press conference to bring you highlights from Bill DeWitt Jr. and John Mozeliak on their decision to change manager.

In addition, we have lots of clubhouse reaction from the likes of Harrison Bader, Yadier Molina, Adam Wainwright, and Kolten Wong. Plus, Mike Shildt provides some insight as to how he plans to manage moving forward. And the show closes with Sam Tuivailala sharing the details of his new charitable effort.

July 13, 2018…Roster moves are announced just before St. Louis Baseball Weekly hits the air, so we begin with a breakdown of Luke Gregerson and Tyler Lyons returning, and what the option of Luke Weaver could really mean. Then Jay Jaffe, Senior Writer of FanGraphs, joins the conversation to discuss the Hall of Fame candidacy of Yadier Molina. A special, guided tour of the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum is then provided by Brian Finch before we close out the program with a look at Miles Mikolas’ All-Star first half and a quick recap of the roster moves.

July 6, 2018…Fourth of July fireworks have continued for the St. Louis Cardinals offense, plus the numbers that tell even more of the story behind Dexter Fowler’s playing time. Conversations with Matt Carpenter and Willie McGee are revisited before we take a closer look at All-Star prospects Dakota Hudson and Patrick Wisdom.

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