Legopiece Theater: Dugout Abbey
Legopiece Theater: Dugout Abbey is the internet's finest Lego-based St. Louis Cardinals soap opera.
Death is coming... And the Post-Dispatch is coming with him.
The Yankees and Red Sox have their own TV networks... Why shouldn't the Cardinals? Besides the felonies?
Do players write each other letters while they are away for the All-Star Game? We assume so.
America is down, but not out. All we truly need to be number one again is for an American hero to bodyslam an obese Japanese man.
Mike Shannon and John Rooney get together to enjoy an icy cold Budweiser or eight. Unfortunately, a certain Hungarian someone just happens to join them.
You might think you know what happens when a player is put on the disabled list. And you're probably right. But what about when they're put on the Super Disabled List?
There's a war in the Cardinals locker room. And, strangely, it involves talk shows.
What happens when the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals land at the Nantucket airport in 1996? Something stupid, probably. ON A VERY SPECIAL EPISODE OF WINGS!!
On a very special episode of Legopiece Theater: Dugout Abbey, Albert Pujols contemplates what Lance Berkman's injury may mean to his own life. And someone may end up drinking from a toilet.
Our local reporter catches up with one of Cardinal Nation's most notorious fans.
David Freese is the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So they'll hunt him. Because he can take it. Because he's not their hero. He's a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A dark knight.
After watching John Mozeliak usurp control of the Cardinals franchise, Mark McGwire has his revenge. By being taller than Mozeliak.
Today in Legopiece Theater: Dugout Abbey: Without Tony La Russa, John Mozeliak's reign of terror over the Cardinals franchise is unchecked. Can anyone stop him?
Today in Legopiece Theater: Dugout Abbey, John Mozeliak's master plan unravels, much to Matt Holliday's surprise.