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Clemens Field in Hannibal
Clemens Field in Hannibal

Roy Siever’s Clemens Field Home Run in Hannibal Needs to be Documented

The year was 1947 and 21-year-old Roy Sievers of St. Louis was at the plate playing as a St. Louis Brown's minor leaguer at Hannibal's Clemens Field. According to an Associated Press story in last night's Quincy Herald Whig, what took place next was a monumental event.

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Yankee Manager Joe Girardi
Yankee Manager Joe Girardi

Put a Spring Training Trip on Your Bucket List

If you ever get the chance to go to Spring Training, whether it be the St. Louis Cardinals, the Chicago Cubs, or any other Major League Baseball team, you should make the trip. I just returned from my second Spring Training venture in 3 years through Destination Travel and thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it.

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Steven Freeman/Getty Images
Steven Freeman/Getty Images

Man Turns Boy Again!

We always hear about a boy becoming a man but we hardly ever hear about a man becoming a boy again. Such is the case for me this week as I turn into a kid again by heading to Florida. It's spring training time for Major League Baseball and I am going to be a part of it by heading to West Palm Beach, Florida

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Elsa/ Getty Images
Elsa/ Getty Images

Pitcher’s Mound Will Be Crowded This Season

With Spring Training underway this week, the playing of spring games will soon follow. Baseball has been slow to make changes to its game but there will be one change this season and that involves who can go to the pitcher's mound during the game.

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Oli Scarff, Getty Images
Oli Scarff, Getty Images

I Want To Ride My Bicycle

I was listening to the radio the other day and the Queen song "Bicycle" came on.

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Ezra Shaw, Getty Images
Ezra Shaw, Getty Images

Cardinal’s Chris Carpenter Down For Good?

His name is Christopher John Carpenter.  He’s from Exeter, New Hampshire.  He’s 6’6 and weighs 230 pounds and he pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals.  His teammates simply call him “Carp”. 

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Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Just Who is the Greatest Living St. Louis Cardinal?

With the passing of legendary Stan Musial, a debate has arisen among some of my friends as to who is the greatest living St. Louis Cardinal? It has been interesting to read the emails I have received with the top three listed. Bob Gibson seems to be on top of the list of many.

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Scott Olson, Getty Images
Scott Olson, Getty Images

Spend Cubs, Spend – Chicago Cubs to Invest Millions Into Wrigley Field

According to the Associated Press the Chicago Cubs want to do a "complete renovation of the ballpark." That ball park is Wrigley Field. It's called the "Wrigley 20-14". Wrigley will be marking it's 100th year in 2014

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Rob Tringali/Getty Images
Rob Tringali/Getty Images

Join the Big Dog to See the Cardinals and Yankees in Spring Training

I was fortunate enough to be able to play baseball for 24 years and even today I start to get the bug to oil up my glove and play some catch. Every January my friends would be into hockey and basketball but not me. It was time to think baseball. And so it is again as I prepare to head south in a few weeks to Spring Training in Florida.  

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Elsa, Getty Images
Elsa, Getty Images

St. Louis Cardinal Broadcaster Mike Shannon Visits the Illinois Veteran’s Home

Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think that I would ever have the opportunity to meet St. Louis Cardinal Broadcaster Mike Shannon let alone become a close friend as well. This man is one of the nicest people you would ever want to meet.

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