St. Louis Cardinals Twitter Accounts You Should Follow


Keep up on the latest 140-character bursts of news, humor and statistics related to the St. Louis Cardinals on Twitter with this list of accounts you should follow, curated by the RFT staff.

The tweeters below are all real people with opinions and we've excluded those Twitter accounts that simply pull RSS feeds or use a Twitter feed application that just automatically regurgitate headlines.

Know of a great Cardinals Twitter user we failed to mention? Drop it in the comments.

The following categories are loosely defined and include sample tweets.

Local Sports Media:
Cardinals writer Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: @Dgoold

So Bud Norris, who averages about 21 pitches an inning this season, skates through the first inning vs. #stlcards with six pitches.less than a minute ago via web

St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Bernie Miklasz: @miklasz

Brendan Ryan and Skip Schumaker owe Ryan Ludwick a beer. Or 23.less than a minute ago via UberTwitter

Cardinals writer Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: @joestrauss

It's taken TLR only 9 years to come around to my way of thinking, but the Great Pujols bats cleanup tonite behind Holliday. #Applauseless than a minute ago via Echofon founder, ITD Morning After Co-Host Tim McKernan: @TMcKernan

I never understand why TV won't show the morons running around the field.. Will there be an influx of hoosiers running on field if we see itless than a minute ago via web

Cardinals beat writer for Matthew Leach: @Matthewhleach

434 feet on the Ludwick homer. #crushed /Clippard'dless than a minute ago via web

Belleville News-Democrat sports writer David Wilhelm: @DavidMWilhelm

Tons of kids at the stadium today. Squeals on Pujols' popout. #itmightbetheirfirstgameoftheseason.less than a minute ago via web

KTVI (Fox 2) and KFNS reporter/commentator Martin Kilcoyne: @MartinKFNS

Cards fans...get ready. Ned Yost is back. Royals just fired Trey Hilman and hired The Nedster...less than a minute ago via web

Fake Mike Shannon: @FakeMikeShannon. While it's not updated as often as we'd like, this Twitter account is likely the funniest of the bunch.

I'm going to need at least two ice cold, frosty Budweisers after this one. heh heh heh #stlcardsless than a minute ago via web

Frequent user and a source of humor, thankfully poking fun at the overplayed radio commercials during Cardinals broadcasts. Rachel: @PujolsMolinaFan
Marty Prather
: @STLCardsSignGuy. You enjoy or loathe is punnery during games, now you can experience it online while you're watching the game at home.

If I was at the game, my new sign would have Carpenter standing by an oven with mitts on, saying "Ding! The Nationals Are DUNN!" #SignGuyless than a minute ago via web

Kirk Pound: @diehardcardsfan. If for no other reason than to see photos of a guy with a painted-on shirt.

Players and Staff
Outfielder Matt Holliday: @mattholliday7. He hasn't updated since the beginning of the season (maybe it was the flack he got for admitting he liked Creed), but it's worth a follow.

Loading the car tonight to ship down to florida for spring training. 1st spring in fl. Hard to believe it's already that time againless than a minute ago via Twitterrific

Skipper Tony La Russa: @tonylarussa. Even though Tony tried to sue Twitter on the grounds that someone used his name and set up a fake account, he's now taken to the medium, sort of. Again, no tweets since the beginning of the season. Plus, they're just kind of confusing.

Biggest season turn on;no crystal ball/ no expert has it figured. Can we pull it 2gether? Starts w/1st day Thur! Legit chance!less than a minute ago via Tweetie

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