Remember 'Generation K' in the 1990s? A former member may have inadvertently revealed why the group failed. Watch video For the Mets franchise, a group of special arms comes around every few decades. For a team that's appeared in five World Series in its existence, the backbone of success has usually been dynamic rotations...
March 03, 2016
On Monday night, St. Louis Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal tied the team's franchise record with his 47th save of the season, bringing him even with Lee Smith (who picked up 47 saves in 1991) and Jason Isringhausen (who did so in 2004). As Dan O'Neill of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch mentioned, Rosenthal has a tendency to keep the baseball from each of his saves...so his locker...
1996 SPx JASON ISRINGHAUSEN The 1990s were Tomorrowland. Ownership of personal computers skyrocketed throughout the decade, rising from 15% of all US households in 1990 to 35% by 1997. We all took our first tentative steps onto the World Wide Web, enabled by one of the gazillion AOL diskettes that came wrapped with our Sunday newspapers. (For our younger readers who might not understand...
Bruce Sutter, Todd Worrell and Jason Isringhausen -- three of the Cardinals all-time saves leaders -- talk about the evolving role of the closer on the latest edition of Cardinals Legends on FOX Sports Midwest. Cardinals Legends: Closers Roundtable premieres Wednesday, Jan. 14 at 6:30 p.m. CT. Sutter also describes, pitch-by-pitch, the final at bat of the 1982 World Series, while...
Kevin Kernan of the Post spoke with Jason Isringhausen, one of the original members of the Mets Generation K and had a great one-on-one about how the new crop of Mets young arms compare to the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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