Recent Event Highlights: Cards Eliminated...Wainwright To Miss Final Start - WJBD Online, Suppan falls behind quickly in the first, 3-0 - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Milledge may still play this season - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Final two-start pitchers take mound - ESPN, Cards stay cautious with Garcia - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Jeff Suppan: Cards' Suppan defeats Pirates - Rotoworld.com, and 161 more...
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Cards Eliminated...Wainwright To Miss Final StartWJBD OnlineBrian Burres got the win, while Jeff Suppan took the loss. Matt Pagnozzi hit his first big league home run for St. Louis. The Reds clinched the National ...and more »
Boston GlobeSuppan falls behind quickly in the first, 3-0St. Louis Post-DispatchLOUIS -- The pitching error and a fielding error put Cardinals' starter Jeff Suppan behind quickly in the first inning. Suppan, bidding for his third win of ...Suppan tries to keep Cards alivePittsburgh Pirates NewsPirates continue recent surge, beat CardinalsPittsburgh Tribune-ReviewSt. Louis Cardinals Vs. Pittsburgh Pirates 9/28/10: Jeremy's Free Pick MLB ...Sports Chat PlaceCBSSports.com -StlCardinals.com -The Associated Pressall 755 news articles »
Milledge may still play this seasonPittsburgh Tribune-ReviewRHP Jeff Suppan (2-7, 5.40) will start for St. Louis. Notable: Both of Suppan's victories this season have come against the Pirates. ...and more »
Final two-start pitchers take moundESPNFor fantasy owners even more desperate for wins, Jeff Suppan is a great candidate against a Pittsburgh Pirates team that Suppan has beaten 16 times in 19 ...and more »
msnbc.comCards stay cautious with GarciaSt. Louis Post-DispatchPitching coach Dave Duncan confirmed the move before Friday's 7-1 win over the Chicago Cubs, saying veteran Jeff Suppan would retain a spot in the rotation. ...Cardinals | Jaime Garcia officially shut downKFFLGarcia officially shut down for seasonSt. Louis Post-Dispatchall 13 news articles »
Globe and MailJeff Suppan: Cards' Suppan defeats PiratesRotoworld.comJeff Suppan won for the second time this season after allowing one run in five innings Thursday against the Pirates. Three guesses which team his other win ...Cardinals | Jeff Suppan wins second gameKFFLCardinals vs Pirates MLB OddsOffshore InsidersPujols hits 2 home runs, Holliday reaches 100 RBIsThe Associated PressPittsburgh Pirates News -St. Louis Post-Dispatch -Sports Chat Placeall 722 news articles »
Cards Preview: Campaigning for 2011St. Louis Post-DispatchPITCHING FOR THE CARDINALS: Jeff Suppan (1-7, 5.61 ERA): The former Pirate is 15-3 with a 4.20 ERA in 26 games against his old team. ...and more »
Garcia's next start is delayed againSt. Louis Post-DispatchThe Cardinals will skip rookie lefthander Jaime Garcia for a second consecutive start Thursday, choosing instead to send Jeff Suppan against the Pittsburgh ...Cards handling Garcia with careColumbia Daily TribuneJaime Garcia Will Miss Another Start For Cardinals, Could Still ReturnFanHouseCards keeping faith despite no days offMLB.comall 13 news articles »
Suppan's stamina an uncertainty in startSt. Louis Post-DispatchLOUIS -- It has been only one relief appearance since St. Louis Cardinals starter Jeff Suppan has made a start, but a stint on the disabled list and the ...
Lohse not guaranteed to stick in rotationMLB.com28. Jeff Suppan started on Sept. 1, the final day of the Cardinals' most recent road trip, and now Suppan doesn't have another start scheduled. ...Cardinals Make Lohse No. 5 StarterRealGM.comLohse slated to become Cardinals' fifth starterSt. Louis Post-Dispatchall 9 news articles »
Showcasing my Baseball TTM Autographs I've collected since Spring Training of 2010.
God we were so bored, good thing we had sick ass seats at the cubs game that day and dropped dick all over the St.Louis Cards 5-0 get good Jeff Suppan
Landis after the July 1 game
St. Louis Cardinals All-Star Albert Pujols joined Power Alley with Jim Duquette and Jeff Joyce on June 15th, 2010, to talk about the struggling STL offense, the return of SP Jeff Suppan, his thoughts on the All-Star Game, and the health of his surgically-repaired elbow. Power Alley airs weekdays from 10a-2p.
(1) Interleague play returns on Tuesday. (2) Trade talks heating up -- Roy Oswalt, Ty Wigginton, Conor Jackson, Mike Lowell etc. (3) Jeff Suppan returns to Cardinals. (4) Pablo Sandoval continues to struggle, hitting .234 last 39 games. (5) Matt Cain new Giants "ace"? (6) Chad Qualls likely out in favor of Aaron Heilman at closer for D'backs. (7) Pedro Alvarez on verge of being called up for Pirates.
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Homer talks about the news of Jeff Suppan's release, Chris Capuano's return from two Tommy John's Surgeries, and the Milwaukee Brewers ability on evaluating and developing prospects.
Brewers fans long nightmare is finally over. On June 7, 2010 Jeff Suppan was finally released from the team. There is only one way to celebrate, KEYBOARD CAT. millerparkdrunk.com
The Milwaukee Brewers have struggled through the first month of the season. Should they make some moves now - like letting Jeff Suppan go - or should they continue to play it out and see what happens?
(1) Ryan Howard backs up the money truck, and its fully loaded. (2) Ian Kinsler to hit 5th upon return. (3) Red Sox lineup in flux. (4) Miguel Olivo gaining more looks at expense of Chris Iannetta. (5) Jeff Suppan out of rotation, replaced by Chris Narveson. (6) Dbacks offense looks good with Johnson-Young-Reynolds.
Suppan practicing his lobs prior to his magnificent loss to the Cubs on 4/23/10
It was a good spring break full of IP autographs and trades! **I am now on a hunt for a Sammy Sosa Cubs IP card auto**
A look back at opening day in Milwaukee - is the window for the Brewers closing? For more, go to Cheeseheadtalk.com
I despise the Brewers, mostly because they've pummelled the Pirates on a regular basis the last few years, so this win is particularly sweet. Pirates have got to be thinking sweep here, especially since the next two starters for Milwaukee are Doug Davis and old friend Jeff Suppan. Dotel and Hanrahan might have to switch bullpen spots, these ninth innings are getting too hairy.
Jeff Suppan signing autographs and sharing his excitement with the Flip video at Brewers on Deck 2010. Really nice guy and look out for Robin Yount entering at the beginning of the video.
Brewers playing games!
All autographs and cards seen in this video are for trade. Obviously some are better than others. www.sweetspotgraphs.com (Bringing hobby enthusiasts of autographing collecting to one place) Good website!!!....check it out!
Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition serves to humanize some of the most celebrated and accomplished ballplayers of our time and restore the "sports hero" to its proper place in the American culture: personal stories captured in interviews and game highlights provided by Major League Baseball Productions. Some of the biggest names in our national pastime discuss faith, family, teamwork, sacrifice, leadership, humility and the many virtues and spiritual lessons they have learned from the game. The players, coaches, and managers interviewed for this project and featured in this film include Mike Piazza, David Eckstein, Mike Sweeney, Jeff Suppan, Jack McKeon, Tom Glavine, Craig Biggio, Sean Casey, Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez, Jim Leyland, Mike Scioscia, Lance Berkman, Tim Salmon, Juan Pierre, Mark Prior, Carlos Beltran, Ozzie Guillen, AJ Pierzynski, Chris Speier, Rich Donnelly, Sandy Alomar, Sr., Sandy Alomar Jr., Mark Teahen, and former players Darrell Miller and Sal Bando. A glimpse into what makes a baseball player - and a human being - great. Chicago television and radio sportscaster John Morales narrates this film.
The worst song about the worst pitcher.
Jeff Suppan bobblehead getting pissed on by Jeff Suppan.
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A dub over of Milwaukee Brewers (and some former as of today) JJ Hardy, Bill Hall, Chris Capuano, and Jeff Suppan. I do not own the rights to the video, but all voices we're dubbed over by me, I think partly when I was drunk... :)
The eighth episode in a series of short instructional videos, produced by Soup's Sports Grill. "Lesson #8: Pitching Mechanics" features Jeff Suppan, a Major League pitcher.
Jim Ganzer talks to Jeff Suppan, Ryan Braun and Craig Counsell about their charities
Ever since I was young i collected mlb balls during Brewers games and batting practice. I have a total of 26 mlb balls and im only 16 years old. I average about 2 baseball per game and i'm proud of it. Also Brewers starting pitcher Jeff Suppan and Closer Francisco Cordero have gave me some baseballs.
Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Jeff Suppan throws a baseball at a mound of cash (not pictured).
What could you do with $357,142.87? I'm guessing a lot. I could pay off my student loans, buy my next house and still have something left over for to
Brew Crew Ball
MILWAUKEE -- It was a strange question amid the fanfare of the Brewers' home opener: whether Jeff Suppan has been a disappointment over the first two years (plus one start) of his four-year Brewers contract. But it offered general manager Doug
The Brewers had a rough Opening Day yesterday. A 10-6 loss to a team that they dominated last season is not exactly the best way to start the 2009 season. Many fans and pundits are already blaming Suppan and ready to ship him out of town...
Yes, the decision to start Jeff Suppan on Opening Day was the wrong move. His inability to keep the Brewers in the game cost the Brewers a rare opportunity to beat last year's Cy Young Award winner and exposed the bullpen early.
With that said, McClung
: Milwaukee didn't get much more from SP Jeff Suppan (0-1), who hit an RBI double, but gave up six runs and six hits in four innings during Tuesday's 10-6 loss to the Giants. Suppan was the unlikely opening-day starter for a club that lost its top
Rowand, Bengie Molina and Randy Winn homered for the Giants, whose 12-hit battering of Milwaukee's pitching more than made up for the shortest start of Lincecum's career. The NL Cy Young Award winner made it through just three innings, yielding three
The Washington Post
Jeff Suppan with Fox Sports Network in search of the best cheesesteak in Philadelphia.
So, as I've mentioned previously, 2009 is scheduled to be Rickie Weeks' breakout year, for the third consecutive season. It could be the year when Corey Hart puts it all together and becomes a perennial All Star. It could be the year Dave Bush makes
The team is good, but the rotation just isn't deep enough to win the division.
Gallardo and Parra have big upside, but if they don't have huge seasons, then there's no way that the Brewers come close to contending. Bush, Looper and Suppan are all
The penultimate installment of our NL Central season previews moves up north to preview the team who is, apparently, many Cards’ fans newest most hated rival – the Milwaukee Brewers.
It goes w/o saying that no team in the division lost more in the
Viva El Birdos
: Brewers SP Jeff Suppan's final tuneup before opening day couldn't have gone much smoother. Suppan scattered three hits and allowed one run over five innings Thursday against the White Sox. After the game, Brewers manager Ken Macha made official