FSN Midwest's Top Ten Cardinals Plays of 2008

Catch the countdown of the St. Louis Cardinals' best plays of the 2008 season on FSN Midwest. We have the list right here!

Our partners at FSN Midwest, home of the St. Louis Cardinals, feature the best pre-game and post-game analysis around as part of "Cardinals Live". This week, their Top Ten Plays from the Cardinals' 2008 season are being unveiled.

 

Number ten, the return of ace right-handed pitcher Chris Carpenter, was disclosed on Wednesday night. Over the next nine "Cardinals Live" post-game broadcasts, the remainder of the list will be unveiled, one-by-one.

 

Exclusively for our readers, we've been given the list in advance, shown below in chronological sequence. To learn the order of the rest of the top ten, be sure to catch "Cardinals Live" after every FSN Midwest Cardinals broadcast.

 

To make your predictions or to offer a list of your own, be sure to check out the discussion on our message board.

 

(Note: Sunday afternoon's contest from Chicago has been added to the FSNM slate of games, coming at 1:20 P.M. Central time.)

 

 

St. Louis Cardinals Top Ten Plays of 2008 (in chronological order)

 

·         Adam Kennedy diving play vs. Washington on April 5th

·         Joel Pineiro's kick save against the Pirates on April 24th

·         Rick Ankiel's two throws against the Rockies on May 6th

·         Rick Ankiel's diving catch against the Pirates on June 1st

·         Yadier Molina gets run over but hangs on to the ball against the Phillies on June 15th

·         Albert Pujols' 300th home run on July 4th

·         Aaron Miles' walk-off grand slam vs. San Diego on July 20th

·         Chris Carpenter's return to the Cardinals on July 30th

·         The Cardinals set a team record with 26 hits against the Braves on August 22nd

·         The Cardinals three walk-off wins over the Cubs

 

 

Brian Walton can be reached via email at brwalton@earthlink.net

  

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