St. Louis Baseball Weekly-June 2018

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

June 30, 2018…St. Louis Baseball Weekly was on site at the Tsunami Waves 4th Annual Celebrity Bowling Event and among the guests who joined us for conversations were Adam Wainwright, Willie McGee, Brian Mejia, and Polo Ascencio.

June 22, 2018…Another milestone of Yadier Molina kicks off the program, plus conversations with Paul DeJong on his recovery, Harrison Bader on his approach, and Kolten Wong on his defense. Plus, Stan McNeal of Cardinals Magazine joins the program to discuss the latest issue and talk baseball.

June 15, 2018…The late Red Schoendienst kicks off the program as the HOFer takes us back 54 years ago to when the St. Louis Cardinals traded for Lou Brock. Jose Martinez discusses his leaving for the paternity list and the situation in his native Venezuela, followed by Alex Reyes–who shares the inspiration he’s drawn from his young daughter.

Former Cards ace Matt Morris was in town over the past week and updates what he’s up to these days before Austin Gomber discusses his transition to the bullpen. And St. Louis Baseball Weekly closes with the back and forth from Adam Wainwright and Skip Schumaker on the renewal of their now epic Prank Wars…

June 8, 2018…The life of Red Schoendienst is celebrated on this special edition of St. Louis Baseball Weekly, as we dug into the archives for some past conversations with the late Hall of Famer.

Plus, thoughts and stories are shared by Willie McGee, Mike Matheny, John Mozeliak, Jose Oquendo, and more as St. Louis Baseball Weekly looks at the influence of Schoendienst’s nearly seven decades of professional baseball…

June 1, 2018…St. Louis Cardinals General Manager Michael Girsch discusses the status of Alex Reyes to start the show, plus Carlos Martinez talks about trying to get back on track as he’s returned from the DL. Conversations with Paul DeJong and Austin Gomber close out the program.

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