Tony La Russa Currently Has 17 Cats Former Cardinals manager Tony La Russa loves cats, this much is true.
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.
Lohse, Cards Spoil Marlins' Debut In New Ballpark, 4-1The sellout crowd in the Miami Marlins' new ballpark cheered the introduction of their starters, who were accompanied by women dressed as Latin showgirls. There was another roar for Muhammad Ali, who delivered the first pitch. Then Kyle Lohse and the World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals went to work, and the place grew quiet.
Gibson, Maddon Named Managers Of YearKirk Gibson and Joe Maddon won Manager of the Year awards Wednesday — one for overseeing a worst-to-first turnaround that lasted all season, the other after a frantic playoff push in the final month.
Wisch: Kenny Williams' Worst Nightmare? It Could Be La RussaHaving tormented the Chicago Cubs from afar for the past 16 seasons, word now is that St. Louis’ newest retiree, Tony La Russa, may pile into a U-Haul and drive himself – while surely airlifting his ego – the 300 miles northeast to the Windy City.
Reinsdorf Open To Working With La Russa AgainUntil either Tony La Russa or Jerry Reinsdorf say it's not going to happen, there will be plenty of speculation about the recently retired Cardinals manager joining the White Sox organization in an advisor role.
La Russa To The Sox?Tony La Russa may be out as the Cardinals manager, but he may not be out of baseball.
Wisch: What La Russa's Departure Means For Pujols Less than 72 hours after the Cardinals pulled off one of the least likeliest World Series championship runs in MLB history, their manager has snapped the city of St. Louis out of its soaring sugar high by announcing his retirement from baseball Monday morning.
La Russa To The Sox?Tony La Russa may be out as the Cardinals manager, but he may not be out of baseball.
Tony La Russa RetiresSt. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa announced his retirement Monday morning.
La Russa's Call Gone Wrong This will go down as one game Cardinals manager Tony La Russa would like to forget in his 33-year career in the big leagues.