4. Rogers Hornsby - 2B (1915-1926,1933, RCG Score: 250 + Extra Credit: 10 = Total Score: 260)
The countdown rolls on as we get to the fourth greatest Cardinal in history Rogers Hornsby. If you need a recap of the previous entries in the countdown it can be found here.
#6. Dizzy Dean - SP (1930, 1932-1937, RCG Score 231 + Extra Credit 4.75 = Total Score 235.75)
Our countdown is nearing the end as today we take a look at one of the greatest Cardinal pitchers in history, Dizzy Dean. You can find all previous articles in our countdown by
Our countdown of the 100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals has now reached the top 10! The countdown runs for about another month, and will have you primed for pitchers and catchers reporting in February. As always, any of our previous articles in the countdown can be found here.
#10 - Jim
Welcome back to our countdown of the 100 greatest Cardinals. Today we'll look at players who are ranked from 60 through 56. As always, you can find any of the previous articles in the countdown here.
#60 - Yadier Molina, C (2004-Present, RCG Score 98 + Extra Credit 8 = Total
Our next segment of the greatest Cardinals countdown includes two of the most beloved redbirds in history. We'll also take a look at a couple of starting pitchers, and a slugging first baseman from the 1980's. Be sure to check out any of our previous entries to the countdown here.
The countdown of the 100 greatest Cardinals continues as we take a look at numbers 80 through 76. Here we have a couple of starting pitchers, a couple of first basemen, and a shortstop who is in the Cardinals Hall of Fame. A rundown of the scoring system used to
Tommy Pham only had one plate appearance in the MLB Little League Classic, but his impact went way beyond the box score. Prior to the game he ordered 200 snow cones for the Little Leaguers in attendance, and then wore cleats decorated by two children battling cancer in St. Louis.
Memphis 6, Tacoma 0
Memphis continued their incredible season with another win and great outing by Jack Flaherty. He threw seven shutout innings, giving up only two hits, one walk and struck out nine. Flaherty lowered his AAA ERA to 2.83 and now posts a 2.11 across the board. The California
Memphis 4, Reno 6
Dakota Hudson made his AAA debut Sunday with Memphis. He went seven innings, allowing four earned runs on six hits. He also walked three and sturck out four. Ryan Sherriff took the loss giving up two runs in the eighth inning.
The Memphis offense struggled for the most
Many articles have been written, and rightfully so, on the top prospects in the Cardinals organization. For this piece however, I want to take a look at a name likely unknown to many Cardinals fans, but one they should become acquainted with. Zac Gallen is in his second season in