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Cardinals beat reporters join national correspondents to take an inside look ahead at the story lines and developing news that impact the team's outlook.
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August 21st would have been Jack Buck's 95th birthday. This episode pays tribute to the late play-by-play legend by playing his full unedited call of the bottom of the ninth from game five of the 1985 NLCS.
Rex Hudler played the game with passion and flair. He reflects on his best St. Louis memories and why being a Cardinal meant so much to him.
Memphis Redbirds broadcaster Steve Selby joins the show to talk about seeing players develop in Triple-A and those who've left the greatest impression on him during his time in Memphis.
Jeff Suppan, Reggie Sanders, Matt Morris, Jim Edmonds, Scott Rolen, Walt Jocketty, and Tony La Russa all join the program to discuss the Cardinals pennant winning 2004 season.
Dylan Carlson has become one of the Cardinals most talked about prospects. The show heads to Springfield, Mo. to chat with Carlson and his Double-A manager Joe Kruzel.
Dave LaPoint helped the Cardinals to the 1982 world championship. He joins the show to tell Whitey Herzog stories, discuss what it takes to stick in the big leagues and shares what he is doing now.
In 2009, then-President Barack Obama accepted an invitation to throw out the first pitch at the 2009 All-Star Game in St. Louis. While at Busch Stadium, he also made time to greet players from each roster. In this episode, head inside the NL clubhouse for part of his visit.
Two time Gold Glover Fernando Viña joins the show to discuss his approach to defense, and his time in St. Louis.
Hear Albert Pujols discuss St. Louis, the Cardinals organization and his love for the fans.
The DeWitt family has one of the most well-known collections of baseball memorabilia. Cardinals president Bill DeWitt III joins the show to discuss his family's history in the game and how their collection helps keeps the history of baseball alive.
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