Cardinals' Shelby Miller Shows True Ace UpsideIf Shelby Miller reaches his potential, he’ll be just another superstar to come up through the Cardinals’ ranks.
Sports on a Sunday: Tony La Russa & Red SchoendienstFrom the 2013 Cardinals Winter Warm-Up, Ron Jacober looked back on the life of Stan Musial with some fantastic guests that knew him quite well.
Charlie Brennan - Thursday, January 17th -- Tony La Russa, Peter Maer, Chief Tim Fitch, Fred HebererCharlie talks with Cards Former Skipper Tony La Russa; with CBS News Correspondent Peter Maer; and with STL County Police Chief Tim Fitch and Fred Heberer about Pres. Obama's gun proposals.
Cardinals Hot Stove League Show: Tony La Russa, Mike Shannon, John Rooney, & Derrick GooldFormer manager Tony La Russa talks about the Winter Warm-Up, his upcoming ARF event at the Peabody Opera House, and the legendary Red Schoendienst.
Dugouts, Bullpens Might Not Need That Old LandlineThe landline made headlines during Game 5 of the 2011 World Series when St. Louis manager Tony La Russa's instructions were misinterpreted.
Total Information PM: Tony La Russa & A New A-B BeerFormer Cardinals manager Tony La Russa will be in town on January 19 at the Peabody Opera House for the Stars to the Rescue fundraising gala to benefit his Animal Rescue Foundation.
Tony La Russa to Speak at SEMOHe'll talk Thursday night at the school's Show Me Center on ``Leading Successful Teams.''
Charlie Brennan: Tony La RussaThe third all-time winningest manager in Major League Baseball history wrote a book following the triumphant 2011 St. Louis Cardinals championship.
Sports on a Sunday: Rick Hummel, Kevin Demoff & John MozeliakIn this edition, Ron covers Cardinals with Rick Hummel & John Mozeliak, Rams with Jim Thomas & Kevin Demoff, Mizzou with Andrew Astleford plus MVC football with Mike Kern.
HOF to Celebrate Three Generations of Cardinals ManagersThe National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will enhance Hall of Fame Weekend with a salute to nearly a half century of St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series championships.
Giant Blowout: NL Routs AL 8-0 in All-Star GameFlashing their bright orange spikes and booming bats, the San Francisco sluggers keyed a five-run blitz against Justin Verlander in the first inning that sent the National League to an 8-0 romp over the American League.
La Russa Enjoying His Encore PerformanceLa Russa unveiled perhaps his biggest All-Star decision on Monday, choosing Giants ace Matt Cain to start for the NL ahead of Mets 12-game winner R.A. Dickey. The move pairs Cain with teammate Buster Posey, the NL's starting catcher.
Verlander, Cain to Start in All-Star GameTony La Russa has Cardinals' right fielder Carlos Beltran batting fifth and shortstop Rafael Furcal hitting ninth for the National League club.
Freese Wins Final All-Star VoteA baseball superstar since his heroic performance on the diamond during the playoffs last October, the 2011 NLCS and World Series MVP gives the Redbirds a total of five representatives next week at Kansas City.
La Russa, Washington Fidget with All-Star Lineups"You couldn't write a bad lineup. These guys are all stars," La Russa said. "But just to play around and see what the different combinations are, someone has to hit seventh, eighth and ninth, and that's a difficult thing with these guys."