Third baseman David Freese says he’s anxious to get the season started.
Jim Crews joins the Hub to discuss the Billikens remarkable campaign and the upcoming tourney.
Cardinals pitcher Trevor Rosenthal talks about the sudden opening in the starting rotation.
The Cardinals announced that they have promoted John Mabry to Hitting Coach, after he spent the 2012 season as Assistant Hitting Coach.
Cardinals’ pitching coach, Dave Duncan, has announced that he will be taking an indefinite leave from the team to help his wife, who is battling cancer. Bullpen coach, Derek Lilliquist, will be taking over. Derek joins the show to talk about this promotion, and how this will pertain to the team. Also discussing this matter is head coach, Mike Matheny. Switching over to football, play-by-play announcer for CBS, Kevin Harlan, joins Sports Open Line to talk about the Steelers vs Broncos game on Sunday. CBS sports’ journalist, Tony Barnhart and also known as “Mr. College Football”, dives into upcoming National Championship game on Monday. To top off Sports Open Line, former big league pitcher Matt Whiteside, shares his thoughts on the big coaching changes with the Cardinals.
Minor league pitching instructor Dyar Miller becomes St. Louis bullpen coach.
Returning to the staff are pitching Dave Duncan, third base coach Jose Qquendo, bullpen coach Derek Lilliquist, and hitting coach Mark McGwire.
Puzzled Cardinals fans Tuesday might have been thinking of the famous line from “Cool Hand Luke” – “What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate.”
Cards manager explains confusion in calling from dugout to bullpen in game 5.
Duncan did not know how long he would be able to stay with the club because his wife has more medical appointments scheduled.