While some deem the organ a dying art, Busch Stadium organist Dwayne Hilton feels no threat of extinction.
Stationed in the Control Room, in the midst of a dozen sound and video professionals, the St. Louis Cardinals organist sits in front of a Lowrey Organ with the window slid open.
With the Cardinals in third place in the NL Central with a 81-74 record, Bill DeWitt Jr., team chairman and CEO since 1996, offers his insight into the team's season and future.
It seemed a unanimous belief amongst fans, players, and staff that the Cardinals would be a great club with
Last night, I had the fortune of conducting a phone interview with Randy Gyorko, the brother of Cardinals' utility man Jedd Gyorko. Below, Randy answers questions ranging from his opinion on the season to some funny stories about Jedd. If you haven't already, follow him on Twitter @GooseGyorko.
Can you please
I recently spoke with MLB insider Jake Wesley who writes for stadiumsportsnews.com and broke the story about Hanley Ramirez signing with the Red sox this offseason. Here's his take on the Cardinals pitching staff and more.
Gus Passov: What do you think about the Cardinals signing of relief pitcher Matt
Last week I spoke with sports radio show host Teddy Drucker about the Cardinals recent trade of Shelby Miller/Tyrell Jenkins for Jason Heyward/Jordan Walden, and how it is going to influence the team this upcoming season. Here is what Ted had to say.
Gus Passov: Do you think this was
I recently spoke with Brian Walton of The Cardinal Nation Blog about what to expect from the Cardinals for the rest of the season. Here's what he had to say:
Nick Kauzlarich: What is the biggest key for the Cards to finish ahead of the stiff competition in the NL Central
I recently chatted with Eric Stephen of True Blue LA about this weekend's series with the Dodgers. Here's some of what he had to say:
SH: Thus far in 2014, the Dodgers are 24-16 on the road but only 18-20 at home, where they will play the Cardinals this weekend. What do
I recently spoke with Scott Miller of CBS Sports. Here's what he had to say:
Steve Hirsch: Obviously one of the biggest stories these days for not just Cardinals fans but all of baseball is the news that Chris Carpenter will not be pitching in the 2013 season. You wrote a