Baseball

Are You Ready for Another I-70 World Series?
Opening day in baseball should be a national holiday in America. The 2015 season began Sunday night with the Cardinals beating the Cubs in Chicago. Millions of Americans and Canadians will be heading through the turnstiles into ballparks to watch their favorite teams.
Why Are the Cards and Cubs Off Today? Here’s Your Answer!
The St. Louis Cardinals opened the 2015 Major League Baseball season last night with a 3-nothing win over the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field in Chicago. There are still 161 games left to be played and a lot can happen between now and then. But you can’t get to game 162 without playing game #2 next. S…
Quincy Gems to Hold a Job Fair Saturday
The Quincy Gems are preparing for their 2015 Prospect League Baseball season under their new ownership. The first home game is set for Thursday, May 28 at Q.U. Stadium. To be able to put on a baseball game takes more than just players. The behind the scenes personnel are really the people who make w…
Gems and Cavemen are Swapping Starting Times
There may be snow and frigid temperatures outside, but soon the words "play ball" will ring and we will be watching the Prospect League action in both Hannibal and Quincy before you know it. But, be aware, if you haven't heard, the start times for the games are different for b…
Baseball’s Spring Training Opens Next Week
It is a true sign of spring when Major League Baseball teams arrive for Spring Training in Florida and Arizona. Such is the case for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox and the Kansas City Royals next week.
Hall of Famer Writer Rick Hummel in Quincy Today
He comes to Quincy every February and brings his vast knowledge of sports, especially the St. Louis Cardinals, and is kind enough to share that knowledge with the Quincy Exchange Club. He is Rick Hummel, the Baseball Hall of Fame Sports Writer for the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Hummel spoke to a huge …
Hannibal Cavemen Make Front Office Changes
Hannibal Cavemen General Manager and Field Manager Greg McVey announced changes to the structure of the front office staff.  Deron Johnson will remain with the organization as the Director of Marketing and Operations and Debbie Walden will serve as the Director of Community Outreach for the 201…

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