Frank Thomas, Tony La Russa Inducted Into Baseball Hall Of FameTwo former Oakland Athletic ball club members were inducted into the baseball’s Hall of Fame.
6 Newest Members Of The National Baseball Hall Of FameTaking place in Cooperstown, NY, six baseball players/managers will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The official induction ceremony will take place Sunday, July 27th.
Daily Madden: Why Tony La Russa Missed Coaching
KCBS Sports Fans: Revisiting Tony La Russa's LegacyThe whole notion of "going out on top" sounds good, but it doesn't happen often enough. Too many athletes, coaches, and managers stick around hoping for one more trip to the top of the hill--one that seldom comes.
Cardinals' Shelby Miller Shows True Ace UpsideIf Shelby Miller reaches his potential, he’ll be just another superstar to come up through the Cardinals’ ranks.
Daily Madden: La Russa Likes Posey, Cabrera For MVPsTo former A's and Cardinals manager Tony La Russa, playing for a pennant contender can be the tipping point in picking an MVP.
Explaining Cain Starting Over Dickey At All-Star GameTony LaRussa announced that Giants ace Matt Cain and not Mets star R.A. Dickey will be starting the 2012 All-Star Game for the National League. It is a controversial decision both statistically and emotionally and in terms of the entertainment quality of the game.
Daily Madden: Is Torre's Departure An Opportunity For La Russa?Joe Torre resigned from his executive vice president position with Major League Baseball Wednesday to join a group trying to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Daily Madden: Pujols Says Goodbye To St. LouisThree time National League MVP Albert Pujols is leaving the St. Louis Cardinals for the Los Angeles Angels.
Daily Madden: Tony La Russa Goes Out On TopJohn Madden says St. Lous Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is definitely ending his baseball career on a high note.
Daily Madden: The Rangers Deserve More Credit Cardinals manager Tony La Russa said an eighth-inning bullpen mix-up led to the wrong pitcher throwing to Texas hitter Mike Napoli, who blasted a two run double to give the Rangers the lead in game five of the World Series.