Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Tony La Russa is making rounds in St. Louis on a book signing tour promoting his new book, "One Last Strike," which was released this week.
Tony La Russa fans can catch the former Cardinals manager at a number of book signings this week. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) You can buy La Russa's memoir "One Last Strike" at the location and La Russa will be on hand to personally sign it. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, La Russa is scheduled to appear at 5 p.m., Thursday at West County Center's Barnes & Noble in Des Peres. He's then reportedly scheduled Friday at Stages St. Louis in Kirkwood and the St. Louis County Library headquarters. On Saturday, the Post reports La Russa will hold another book signing at 3 p.m. at the Sam’s Club in Chesterfield. Find more details on the book signing and schedule in the Post-Dispatch's …
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
The St. Louis Cardinals look to begin their title-defense today when they kickoff the regular season against the Miami Marlins.
Today's Major League Baseball's official Opening Day, considered by thousands of St. Louisans as an unofficial holiday. And while the St. Louis Cardinals' home opener is really where it's at, that's not stopping us from getting into the baseball mood! There's no shortage of story lines for the 2012 Cardinals as they look to defend last season's World Series Championship when the season kicks off today against the Miami Marlins. Related: Update your Facebook Timeline cover photo with an image that captures your loyalty for the Redbirds. The team is missing perhaps three of its biggest names of the past decade in manager Tony La Russa, pitching coach Dave Duncan—both of whom retired—and, of course, Albert Pujols, who signed with the Los …
Monday, October 31, 2011
Just days after winning the World Series, Tony La Russa announces he is leaving the Cardinals. What do you think? Take our Patch poll question.
Just one day after St. Louis celebrated the Cardinals World Series win, Tony La Russa announced he is leaving the Cardinals. The St. Louis Cardinals held a press conference at 9 a.m. this morning to announce Manager Tony La Russa's retirement from the team. La Russa leaves the team just days after winning the 2011 World Series in seven games over the Texas Rangers. The Cardinals and La Russa also won the 2006 World Series. 2011 was La Russa's 16th year with the Cardinals organization and his 33rd year in Major League Baseball. No word yet on who will fill La Russa's role as the Cardinal's new leader.
Friday, October 28, 2011
Give us your insights on what you think Cardinals manager Tony La Russa should do to complete the Cardinals' amazing season with a win.
OK, St. Louis Cardinal fans. You just got to witness the most exciting game in World Series history. But the job isn’t over. They need to win Game 7 to complete the most improbable World Series championship in history. For now, let’s put you in the manager’s office. Tell us your decisions in the comments section. If you were Cardinals manager Tony La Russa, what would you do with the following decisions.