This was a minor league trade that could have a major impact.
Top prospect Brett Wallace, who had been hitting .301 with 18 home runs and 61 RBI in the Toronto Blue Jays' system, was traded to the Houston Astros for speedy outfield prospect Anthony »»
1. Brett Wallace, 1B – The Blue Jays drafted Wallace out of high school in 2005, but he passed to play at Arizona State. He's ended up in Toronto after he was traded for Michael Taylor. Wallace will fit well, as Lyle Overbay is in his last year »»
Our guest bloggers is Matt Seybold from The Sporting Hippeaux and Dick Smith from 1 Blue Jays Way.
Question 1 - Did the team get enough for Roy Halladay? Would they have gotten more last July?
Trent: No. They might have gotten more, but more is »»
Toronto Blue Jays – 75-87, 4th Place in American League East, 28 Games Back
2009 Review – At the end of the 2008 season, there was promise up in Toronto. They had arguably one of the best pitching staffs in baseball. They were led by Roy Hal »»
There was a short period where I ran a Cardinal blog. It lasted for a month or so, but it got me hooked up with the United Cardinal Bloggers. Each year in September, they run a Top 7 Cardinals Prospects across the various blogs; I'm doing it with t »»
The trade deadline has come and gone (it's been almost a month now) and legendary blogger and Oakland Athletics fan Aaron Cameron and myself look at some of the major trades that happened.
The Cardinals get Matt Holliday from the Athletics for Brett »»
I was lucky enough to have the ultimate birthday for a baseball fan - the All Star Game/Festivities were in town for my 30th B-day. I was able to attend most of the festivities, along with a few extra events.
St. Louis went all out - even the stree »»
It's been a busy few days for the Cardinals. Let's go through the proposed timeline (WARNING: There are many rumors and opinions here, so don't take all of this as fact).
Tuesday Afternoon: Card's GM John Mozeliak and Red Sox GM Theo Epstein agree »»