A gentleman by the name of Steve Rupp has penned a letter to the editors of the St. Louis Post Dispatch, and it is a wonderful letter that you should go read. It is a letter that could have only been written by a very old man who is also a Cardinals fan.
Do you like baseball? Do you have a few thousand bucks lying around? Could you stand to be a little more ghoulish? Do we have the auction for you.
People liked Stan Musial. And he liked them. His teammate (and badass competitor supreme) Bob Gibson once said, “Stan Musial is the nicest man I ever met in baseball. And to be honest, I can’t relate to that.”
Used to be able to buy this 1963 record at Phillips 66 gas stations.
The gee whiz school of sports coverage has lost ground for years to the aw nuts crowd, largely because fans and media alike don't like playing the patsy to athletes' bogus lore. Lance was doping. Bobby Thomson stole signs. Manti was mourning a photograph with a nice voice. What's the world coming to when you can't…
Baseball Hall of Famer and unquestionable great Stan "The Man" Musial passed away tonight at 92. Musial started his major league career in 1941 and would play his last game in September of 1963; in the intervening seasons he made 24 All-Star teams, missing out only once, when he was serving in the U.S. Navy during…
Your morning roundup for April 10, the day a Virginia elementary school principal assures you the fourth-grade teacher didn't really put black and mixed-race students up for sale.