STL Baseball Weekly-Feb 2019

Missed the radio broadcasts of St. Louis Baseball Weekly? No problem, each broadcast from this month is now online as a podcast for your listening convenienceā€¦

February 22, 2019…The setback for Carlos Martinez begins the program before we take a closer look at three candidates to fill a spot in the St. Louis Cardinals rotation: John Gant, Austin Gomber, and Dakota Hudson. Conversations with all three pitchers are featured as part of the breakdown of how they will hope to separate themselves in the competition.

February 15, 2019…Spring Training is underway and perhaps no one is more happy to be back in action than Alex Reyes, who’s comments kick off the show. Former Cards outfielder Adron Chambers talks about a comeback in our second segment, followed by Jordan Hicks and fellow right-hander Ryan Helsley closing out the show.

February 8, 2019…With all the rumors of the DH heading to the National League in 2019, St. Louis Baseball Weekly kicks off with a focus on Jose Martinez. The outfielder details his appreciation for being back with the Cardinals and what he’s worked on to improve for this season.

The “Albert Effect” of new hitting coach Jeff Albert is explored in the next segment, followed by conversations with pitcher Daniel Ponce de Leon and outfield prospect Justin Williams to close out the show.

February 1, 2019…St. Louis Baseball Weekly leads-off with Jason Isringhausen, who discusses being nominated for the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame. The former closer also describes some of the work he’s had with Jordan Hicks and observations of Genesis Cabrera.

Who will Mike Shildt bat second this year? The Cardinals manager addresses that topic, plus we hear from Paul Goldschmidt in the second segment of St. Louis Baseball Weekly. Goldschmidt, Andrew Miller, and Jack Flaherty also weigh in on the current free agency market. And Flaherty wraps up the show with more conversation from his off-season preparation and relationship with Bob Gibson.


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