The annual offseason event is a fan favorite.
The St. Louis Cardinals today announced the schedule for autographs available at the annual Winter Warm-Up, held January 19-21 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch. There is more information available at the team's website. The roster includes current and former members of the 101 ESPN Radio squad in Chris Duncan, Brad Thompson and Jason Simontacchi, as well as Pattonville grad Scott Cooper and the newly-promoted hitting coach John Mabry, who makes his home in Creve Coeur. Some players will be signing autographs for free:
Jon Jay, Daniel Descalso and Fredbird signed autographs and posed for pictures Tuesday.
The third baseman sent the St. Louis Cardinals to Game 7 of the World Series with his clutch performance, but he hasn't secured a spot on the National League's All-Star Game roster yet. Fans can still vote him in.
Why doesn’t the World Series MVP have a spot on the All-Star team yet? David Freese rescued the St. Louis Cardinals when they were one strike away from losing the World Series twice, and started this season with 13 home runs. Aside from baseball, he created his own baseball camp, suffered through an obnoxious interview at Six Flags St. Louis and made this 7-year old’s dream come true. Does that sound like an All-Star to you? Vote here or text N2 to 89269 to cast your ballot for Freese, who is competing against Bryce Harper (Washington Nationals), Michael Bourn (Atlanta Braves) and Aaron Hill (Arizona Diamondbacks). Freese was in the running against favorite Atlanta Braves' Chipper Jones, when Major League Baseball announced Jones would …