Jim Edmonds Retired

Oh no way! The Cardinals just signed Edmonds! Isn’t he 40 now and has been hurt constantly for the last two years? Well he could help be a leader and a left-handed bat off the…oh wait. He just retired…never mind! With the weather being as nice as it is, everyone rock the half-shirt on Saturday in honor of Edmonds…it’s either that or go to his restaurant, but its a little expensive and a lot douchey. [Read More]

Cardinals Sign Jim Edmonds…Wait What?!

MLB Trade Rumors is reporting that the Cardinals…our Cardinals, the St. Louis Cardinals, have signed Jim Edmonds. The same one as before. Not one from a time machine, the one from this year, the one that was about to retire like a week ago. It appeared likely that Edmonds would retire last weekend, but the 40-year-old is returning for an 18th season in the major leagues. Eight of those seasons came in St. [Read More]

Jim Edmonds 15 Steakhouse Learns What a Difference a Letter Can Make

People around town have been getting the following email… From: Jim Edmonds’ F15teen Steakhouse Subject: Free Luxury Ride to the Guns N’ Roses Concert OMG the band that the 80’s left behind, Guns ‘n Roses are coming to town! Didn’t you hear? It must have been huge news considering the last time they took the stage here there was a “tussle” of some type (it was kinda big news)! It was everywhere right? [Read More]

The Reds Are the New Cardinals: Jim Edmonds Acquired by Reds

According to the Cincinnati Reds’ Twitter feed, they have just acquired former Cardinal Jim Edmonds. This move continues ex-Cardinal GM Walt Jockety’s quest to rebuild his old Cardinal team in Cincinnati that currently includes Scott Rolen, Jason Isringhausen, Russ Springer and Miguel Cairo. We hear a waiver deal possibly involving Fred Bird is next, but until then expect an Edmonds appearance later on in the upcoming series vs the Reds. [Read More]

Edmonds Signs With Brewers, Apparently Just Retired From Good Baseball Teams

Jim Edmonds got tired of waiting on the Cardinals to make him an offer so he did what the Jeff Suppan’s of the world have done before him:  He signed with the knock-off Cardinals.  Also known as the Brewers.

Outfielder Jim Edmonds has agreed to a minor-league deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, according to Associated Press.

The one-year deal was first reported by Ken Rosenthal of Foxsports.com

via STLToday