Tony La Russa
After a new displayed was revealed on the left center field wall at Busch Stadium, the former Redbird skipper spoke to the capacity crowd.
Friend of Tony La Russa, actor, and avid Cardinals fan Billy Bob Thornton, joined Scott Warmann and talked about how he got to know TLR, last year’s World Series, and how he lives, eats, and […]
La Russa will join Red Schoendienst, Whitey Herzog and Ken Boyer as the fourth individual to have managed the Redbirds and have their number retired.
The Cardinals lead the National League with a .301 average and their 12 home runs, 37 runs and .371 on-base percentage were the best in baseball through Wednesday’s games.
Retired St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is ready to look back on his amazing career.
Red, Whitey & Tony will be praised during the Hall’s awards presentation, when Tim McCarver is honored for excellence in broadcasting and Toronto Sun columnist Bob Elliott is recognized for writing.
He said he’d be working with Selig but he’s “not sure how official the commissioner wants to make it.”
This will mark the second time that a retired manager will lead an All-Star squad. Hall of Fame manager John McGraw retired following the 1932 season and managed the N.L. squad in the first Midsummer Classic in 1933.
Kevin Demoff, Tony La Russa, and Rick Hummel join Ron Jacober on the Sunday big show.