The PineCast is back with St. Louis Cardinals first half superlatives. Plus we’ll break down the MLB All-star Games and play a little hypothetical game with the allstar roster. Grab some buds and listen to the best St. Louis based sports podcast recorded by 4 guys in a dining room.
The PineCast is finally back. We’ve nursed our opening day hangovers and watched the Cardinals go from offensive shit-show to offensive powerhouse back to shit-show. But the Blues are up 3-1 so we’re giving out plenty of high fives.
Grab some earbuds and join us for the best St. Louis sports podcast run out of a kitchen in the suburbs in baseball.
With David on the DL with a case of fatherly duties it is down to Jason and Steve to try the Donald Trump approved1 Taco Bell Quesalupa. And we close out the All 2000s St. Louis Cardinals team by making our picks for closer. Fitting isn’t it? Grab some buds and listen up to the best podcast in St. Louis sports regularly done by 3 guys in a dining room.
We’ve recorded The PineCast 10 times. But we’re on episode 009 because the first was Spring Training. It doesn’t count.
We’ve got a lot in store this week. Steve and Jason were at the St. Louis Cardinals home opener this past Monday and lived to tell the tale. The guys prep you on the upcoming St. Louis Blues vs. Minnesota Wild playoff game starting this Thursday. Finally, David pits Steve and Jason against each other in another edition of “Who’s the Better Brother”.
On this episode of The PineCast, Steve, Jason, and David are joined by Clayton from Jupiter-ish, Florida to discuss the latest Cardinals Spring Training news. We help you Better Know Adam Wainwright. Break down the St. Louis Blues recent 6 game road trip. Drop a little knowledge on Stan Kroenke’s latest California stadium plan. And one up our March Madness picks from last week by guaranteeing who will be in the Elite Eight. Find out on this week’s episode of The PineCast.
Buckle up because we’re about to take a one-way trip to Scandal Town!
News out of Philadelphia today that everyone’s favorite Cuban defector, Aroldis Chapman, may have pulled a Babe Ruth and downed 18 pastries before serving up two of his own to the Phillies in the form of back-to-back homers, resulting in his second blown save of the season and a 2-3 loss for the Reds.
Phillies broadcaster/pastry connoisseur, Rickie Ricardo has the sticky details (get it, because pastries). Ricardo blew the lid off the PastryGate when he is said to have personally delivered 100 Cuban pastries to Chapman before Sunday’s game and then witnessing Chapman polish off 18 of them. Ricardo recalls the events in his own words.
“He couldn’t breathe!” said Ricardo. “I looked at my partner, I said, ‘He’s ripe for the taking today.'”
Scandal! Intrigue! Pastries!
We will keep you posted as this story continues to develop.