Seth Maness

Mark Trumbo #15 of the Arizona Diamondbacks runs around the bases on his solo home run as pitcher Lance Lynn #31 of the St Louis Cardinals reacts during the first inning of a MLB game at Chase Field on September 27, 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona.  (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images)

Trumbo Powers Arizona Past St. Louis, 5-2

Diamondbacks first baseman’s two home runs prevent Cardinals from clinching NL Central title.

09/27/2014

UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Sports Open Line: Cardinals John Axford And Seth Maness, GM John Mozeliak, & Derrick Goold

Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak breaks down the 2013 season and talks about the upcoming playoffs. Post-Dispatch reporter Derrick Goold talks about the upcoming postseason for the Cardinals. Cardinals reliever John Axford talks about the […]

10/01/2013

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Mitchell Boggs watches a video replay board as he sits in the dugout after coming out of the game against the  Pittsburgh Pirates in the ninth inning at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on April 28, 2013. Pittsburgh won the game 9-0.    UPI/Bill Greenblatt

WHEELER: Monday Roundup – Cards Struggles, Blues-Kings and NFL Draft

I have a lot to get into in this space today so I’ll save the words for the meat of the story without rambling on too long in the introduction…

04/29/2013

Washington Nationals vs St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of NLDS

Cards Option Rzepczynski, Call Up Maness

On the heels of another rough outing for the Cardinals bullpen, the club optioned lefty reliever Marc Rzepczynski to Memphis (AAA) on Monday morning, purchasing the contract of righthander Seth Maness.

04/29/2013

St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny makes his remarks after accepting the J Roy Stockton/Bob Broeg Award for Outstanding Achievement in Baseball during the Baseball Writers Association of America dinner in St. Louis on January 20, 2013. The joyus event was more subdued, due to the death of Hall of Famer Stan Musial on January 19. Musial, who wore the number 6 during his 22 year career with the Cardinals, was 92 years old. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

The Sports Hub: 55th Annual St. Louis Baseball Writers Dinner

Emceed by Cardinals broadcaster John Rooney, the night turned into a remembrance and celebration of Stan Musial, who passed away a night before the event.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–01/22/2013

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