Cardinal baseball, from the girls
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March 4, 2014Posted by on
A quick post to share player photos from our recent trip to sunny Jupiter, Florida – the Spring Training home of our beloved St. Louis Cardinals. Photos (from the February 28th game against the Marlins and the March 2nd game against the Mets.)
Coming soon: Photo diary with tips on how to be a baseball tourist in and around Jupiter Florida, Roger Dean stadium and the practice back fields. (LINK HERE)
Click on any photo to enlarge and/or to shift through larger photos one at a time. Enjoy!
Baseball is back!! 🙂
October 21, 2013Posted by on
The energy in the air, the roar of the postseason crowd, the Sea of Red at Busch Stadium – add in an offensive surge, a rookie pitcher rising to the occasion and surpassing expectations and a shutout of the LA Dodgers, and you have a Game 6 WINNER!
Here is our Game 6 experience, told in photos…
Oh, hey….. THE CARDINALS ARE GOING TO THE WORLD SERIES!!
Go Cards!! 😉
April 14, 2013Posted by on
Oscar Taveras, Kolten Wong, Ryan Jackson, Adron Chambers, Jamie Romak, Michael Wacha, Barret Browning, Sam Freeman, Victor Marte, Maikel Cleto, John Gast, Seth Maness, Eduardo Sanchez…
If you recognize any of those names, you might be a Memphis Redbirds fan.
Memphis is in town this weekend for the OKC Redhawks Home Opener, and our boys are spoiling all the fun for the Redhawks. Two games down and Memphis has whupped up on OKC 10-6 on Friday night and 8-7 Saturday night. Here are some photos from our seats in the stands for those of you who couldn’t make it to Oklahoma to cheer on the baby birds personally.
First up: Saturday’s starting pitcher, Michael Wacha. (5 IP, 3H, 3R, 2ER, 1BB, 3SO, 1 HR, 4.0 ERA)
Next: hot prospect OF Oscar Taveras
And here’s a few of another highly anticipated name: Kolten Wong, IF
Manager Pop Warner at the pregame meeting at the plate:
pitcher Barret Browning pitched the 8th on Friday, gave up a HR, walked 1 & struck out 1
Seth Maness, starting pitcher on Friday, pitched a solid 6 innings, allowing only 1 run, striking out 6 with 2 walks.
Sam Freeman, LH pitcher who saw some time in St. Louis last season, pitched the 6th & part of the 7th on Saturday with 3H, 1 run, no walks, and 1 SO.
and then there was Adron Chambers, who although struggling at the plate, is always smiling.
Today’s game time: 2:05 at the Bricktown Ballpark. Then Monday night the Redbirds finish up the series (and hopefully a sweep??) first pitch at 7:05pm.
Come help us cheer on the Baby Birds! 😉