No, not the Arizona Cardinals! James Laurinaitis is a pillar in the St. Louis Rams community, and that was exemplified last night when the St. Louis Cardinals asked Laurinaitis, along with retired Missouri coach Norm Stewart, to throw the opening pitches against the Mets. The Cardinals ended up winning 5-1, tallying another win in their 74-62 season. Hopefully, Laurinaitis will have some more of that luck when he lines up against Calvin Johnson and Matthew Stafford on Sunday at Ford Field versus the Lions.
By Nathan Kearns -
About the Author
Nathan Kearns (Editor)- Born in Lexington, Kentucky in 1990, I was deprived of any professional sports, limited to watching the University of Kentucky Wildcats. Fell in love with the St. Louis Rams in the late 90's, growing in that passion through the ups and down of the past decade. In high school, I wore the number 81 in honor of Torry "Big Game" Holt. Spent my 21st birthday in Seattle on the 50 yard line of the Seahawks-Rams game at the end of Bradford's rookie season. Graduated from John Carroll University in 2012, the alma mater of the beloved London Fletcher and the great Don Shula. Favorite St. Louis Rams' players are Torry Holt, Aeneas Williams, Kyle Turley (shortlived), and, of course, Steven Jackson. Questions? Contact me: [email protected]