Goodbye, Ryan Ludwick

02
Aug
2010
Goodbye, Ryan Ludwick

The departure of Ryan Ludwick prompted a dive into our fan photo archive, to see where #47 popped up in recent memory. We came across two that were at least worth noting.

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Whitey Snubbed Ricky Henderson’s Handshake on Hall of Fame Induction Stage

Hand out, turn, nothing. Ricky pissed.

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This Week in Birthdays: July 25 – July 31

26
Jul
2010
This Week in Birthdays: July 25 – July 31

The birthdays that take place this week include several Cardinals role players and some of the finest long blonde hair the NFL has ever seen…

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You Can Name the St. Louis Rams’ New Mascot…

23
Jul
2010
You Can Name the St. Louis Rams’ New Mascot…

While contract negotiations for Sam Bradford continue, the St. Louis Rams have backup plan to enhance interest around their team in 2010: more fur.

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Albert Pujols Makes More $$$ Than The Rams’ Jason Smith

Forget agents, statistical-backing and hometown discounts, Albert. Bring this graphic into the negotiations and that pay day is going to be sweeeeeeet.

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Beware the FSN “Tron-Cam”

22
Jul
2010
Beware the FSN “Tron-Cam”

One consistent of the FSN Midwest broadcasts is that the camera in the Cardinals dugout looks like it has been pulled straight from the movie ‘Tron’.

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The One-Picture Recap: Cardinals vs. Dodgers

Sometimes a picture is worth more than words. In this case, way more.

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STLToday.com Loves Aaron Miles and Snappy Headlines

The public outcry against Aaron Miles and his perpetual poopiness hasn’t stopped STLToday.com from glorifying his motor…and effort…and grittiness…and hustle…through snappy headlines.

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We Remember: Freakish St. Louis Cardinals Injuries

It’s bizarre to suffer an injury to one foot when an injury to the other already has you on the DL, but Freese’s misfortunes is one of many freakish injuries within the Cardinals organization.

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Yadier Molina Rocks the Tiger Stripes

We haven’t seen tiger stripes of this magnitude since a soccer game at Vianney High School in 1994.

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