Category Archives: Cardinals

  1. 102 mph and who cares?

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    August 11, 2022 by jacklovelace

    As we drown in statistics while trying to watch a baseball game, my least favorite may be how fast the …
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  2. A real debit side for Carp

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    October 12, 2021 by jacklovelace

    The always gentle Ben Hochman in the St. Louis Dispatch sports wrote a warm sendoff to Matt Carpenter. My response …
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  3. Goose bumps

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    April 8, 2021 by jacklovelace

    Arenado home run to win opening day game for the Cards. From the crack of the bat to the curtain …
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  4. Moon Man is my man

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    January 14, 2021 by jacklovelace

    I A column in the Post Dispatch that this might be Mike Shannon’s last year in the radio booth. I …
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  5. Blaspheme! Let’s play three

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    August 15, 2020 by jacklovelace

    Purists be damned. I like seven inning doubleheaders.

  6. A Cardinal fan’s wish

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    May 13, 2020 by jacklovelace

    I get excited at the notion of a Cardinal game to watch this summer. If I thought I could wake-up …
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  7. Walker had it all

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    January 21, 2020 by jacklovelace

    When we moved to Colorado my buddy Bob and I would go on a fairly regular basis to Rockies games. …
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  8. Dex, consider yourself ripped

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    October 14, 2019 by jacklovelace

    After Dexter Fowler goes 2-44, I usually rip him. He goes 3-4 that day before starting out on his next …
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  9. Tweets from 2019

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    June 1, 2019 by jacklovelace

    Twitter tweets this year:       jack lovelace‏ @claytonlovelace 18h18 hours ago CU-CSU game starts at 8:10. Over at midnight? …
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  10. Take a nap at the ballgame, take………

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    March 8, 2019 by jacklovelace

    I just read another story today criticizing major league baseball for trying to speed up the game. The criticism came, …
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