Outfielder Colby Rasmus is at the center of it all.
Sacrifice fly in 10th was a winner for Pittsburgh.
Mike Claiborne and Scott Warmann talk with Chris Kerber along with Ron Jacober about the Women’s World Cup. Kevin Wheeler talks to Adam Goldberg of the Rams about the NFL Lockout.
As the Cardinals get set, they have to be better all around if they intend on playing late into October.
Ron Jacober and Scott Warmann get a chance to discuss Colby Rasmus and the impact of his father is having on his career and the National League victory in the All Star Game. Plus, Farm Director John Vuch stops by to talk about players with potential.
Kevin Wheeler gets a chance to give us his opinion about the All Star Game and Colby and Tony Rasmus. He also gets to talk with Springfield Cardinals’ pitcher Shelby Miller before the game.
The gut-wrenching win puts the Cardinals back on top of the NL Central all alone for the first time since June 11.
5-3 win over Rays highlights St. Louis’s first game at Tropicana Field since 2005.
‘Carp’ threw a season-high 132 pitches to win his second straight start following a five-game losing streak.
Lohse gave up four hits, walked one and was aided by two double plays. He threw only 69 pitches before a thunderstorm stopped play for 28 minutes.