Tag Archives: Cheap Chase Edmonds Jersey

Cardinals Womens Youth Authentic Chase Edmonds Jersey, Elite Game Limited Chase Edmonds Jersey, Black Olive Gold Camo Grey Green Pink White Chase Edmonds Jersey, Salute to Service Rush Chase Edmonds Jersey.

2019 Arizona Cardinals Jerseys Cheap For Sale Online

MONTERREY, Mexico — The box score will tell the basics — highlighting the pair of home runs Marcell Ozuna crushed, the go-ahead blast Matt Carpenter provided and the five-run seventh that ensured Mexican-born reliever Giovanny Gallegos of an appearance in Sunday’s 9-5 Cardinals victory over the Reds at Estadio de Beisbol Monterrey.

But this was a game — a weekend, actually — defined by the much less tangible.

Aside from playing in the Major League cities of Toronto and Montreal, the Cardinals had never taken their big-league product international before agreeing to participate in MLB’s 2019 Mexico Series. What awaited them in Monterrey was, to use the words of one player, “special.”

The crowds were festive, and the passion for the sport striking, inside a ballpark that sits at the foot of the iconic mountain known locally as Cerro de la Silla. Cardinals shirts and hats and jerseys weren’t hard to spot. Nor was the potential for long-lasting impact.

“I think any opportunity to expand the brand is always positive for the organization as a whole,” said general manager Michael Girsch, one of several front-office members to accompany the club to Mexico.

“When it comes to recruiting and signing talent out of Mexico, it’s something we’re always looking at pursuing. I have no idea how two games in Monterrey, Mexico improves that. It can’t hurt. But certainly, it’s a unique opportunity to spread the game, spread the brand and just experience something different.”

The Cardinals’ presence in Mexico had already been on the uptick. After years spent focusing on improving the infrastructure and personnel resources in the baseball talent-rich Dominican Republic and Venezuela, the Cardinals, about four years ago, shifted their attention to other markets. That included Mexico.

The organization hired longtime Mexican League player Ramon Garcia in 2015 to oversee scouting in a country that has produced 13 current and former Cardinals. It was under Garcia’s watch that the Cardinals recently signed reliever Jesus Cruz, who is pitching in Triple-A Memphis’ bullpen, and Ramon Urias, an infielder ranked as the team’s No. 25 prospect by MLB Pipeline.

This weekend further enhances the organizational outreach.

“It’s two days out of the entire year, so you have to put that in perspective a little bit,” assistant general manager Moises Rodriguez said. “But it’s great that we can bring our brand and bring our organization to Mexico to show that we support international initiatives by MLB. It can’t hurt.”

The exposure went beyond the on-field entertainment, too. Spanish-language broadcaster Polo Ascencio spent much of his weekend passing out team gear to the locals. Gallegos and Andrew Miller took time to play ball with children from a nearby orphanage.

It was an immersion experience for the visitors, but also a familiar one to the Spanish-speaking players who found the atmosphere feeling familiar. Several of them helped key Sunday’s win, too.

Ozuna, a native of the Dominican Republic, delivered a three-run homer to jump-start the offense and then padded the lead late with his fifth home run in seven games. Puerto Rican catcher Yadier Molina helped extend the seventh inning with a two-out hit, paving the way for Venezuelan-born Jose Martinez to pad the lead with a two-run, pinch-hit single.

Cheap Football Nike Arizona Cardinals Jerseys Outlet

ARLINGTON, Texas – Dak Prescott wasn’t in the lineup and neither was Ezekiel Elliott for the Cowboys, but then again, the Cardinals didn’t play Larry Fitzgerald or David Johnson (or Josh Rosen) either.

So, yes, it felt a little less like a dress rehearsal than perhaps a third preseason game normally would Sunday night at AT&T Stadium. But that didn’t make the five first-half turnovers forced by the starting defense and special teams mean any less to coach Steve Wilks, nor the 27-3 victory over the Cowboys.

By the time the game was over, the Cardinals (3-0) had forced eight turnovers. They are now a plus-15 in three preseason games, having turned it over only once themselves.

“Back when I first started, (getting turnovers) was the mantra we had in Chicago, and that’s stayed with me ever since,” Wilks said. “That’s a staple of our defense.”

Without Prescott or Elliott or most of the Dallas starting offense, caveats are necessary. Then again, the Cardinals were without their top three defensive tackles, and interestingly, spent the game almost exclusively in nickel, with two linebackers and three safeties.

And after a pair of muffed punts gave the Cards their first two turnovers, the defense – which had already forced eight turnovers in the first two preseason games – helped make the game a blowout.

Patrick Peterson had interception he returned 30 yards for a touchdown, and submarined Cowboys running back Rod Smith on a tackle to force another fumble. Safety Budda Baker stopped Dallas’ lone chance at first-half points with an end-zone interception.
“Honestly, this is what I envisioned, what I’ve been talking about all spring,” Peterson said. “This defense is really … set up for us to make plays, at any position.

“We’re flying around, playing together, communicating. It’s fun to see us.”
Wilks raved about his star cornerback.

“I can’t say enough about Patrick Peterson,” Wilks said. “The guy is playing lights out.”

The defense didn’t just do well getting the ball. The top goal of the week was stopping the run and, yes, the Cowboys were without Elliott and that excellent offensive line, but the Cards shut down Dallas with only 52 rush yards.

The Cardinals (3-0) needed the turnovers. Not only did Johnson and Fitzgerald not play, but quarterback Sam Bradford was in for only two series, completing just 1-of-4 passes for six yards and absorbing his first sack as a Cardinal.
“I was hoping he wasn’t hurt and he wasn’t,” Wilks said.

Rosen, nursing the right thumb injury suffered in practice last week, dressed but didn’t play. That meant Mike Glennon and Charles Kanoff got plenty of snaps, and the passing game never really did get untracked. It’s hard to figure out who you might want at receiver when there are only 52 total yards passing – although Wilks lamented multiple dropped passes.

The Cardinals also could only convert 2-of-13 third downs.

The running game did impress, however. Rookie Chase Edmonds had 55 yards on 11 carries starting in place of Johnson, and T.J. Logan – getting a ton of work after D.J. Foster looked to suffer a serious knee injury on a special teams play – gained 86 yards on only six carries, including a 59-yard touchdown run. The Cardinals rushed for 146 yards total.

The offensive imbalance didn’t worry the locker room. Said left tackle D.J. Humphries, “I know what we’re capable of.”

The Cardinals have a short week, hosting Denver in the final preseason game Thursday. They’ll only get one day of practice. The vast majority of the main players likely won’t see the field.

But Wilks emphasized that what the Cardinals showed Sunday – run-heavy on offense, and an opportunistic defense – was his team’s identity. It probably won’t be worth eight turnovers a game, but confidence is high.

Cheap Authentic Womens Arizona Cardinals Gear Sale

When Carri Thompson went to the mail box Saturday, she didn’t expect to pull out a letter from the Arizona Cardinals.

It was a condolence letter from head coach Steve Wilks, who is in his first year with the Cardinals.

Wilks was moved to write Thompson after reading about her husband’s recent death.

Mike Thompson, who was involved in Pop Warner Football for 18 years and was assisting Jeremy Hathcock’s Mesa Desert Ridge School football program, died suddenly on May 10 after a medical emergency. He was 51.

Carri Thompson sent a photo copy of the letter to azcentral sports.

Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks wrote a letter of condolence to the widow of Mike Thompson, a youth football coach and assistant at Mesa Desert Ridge.
Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks wrote a letter of condolence to the widow of Mike Thompson, a youth football coach and assistant at Mesa Desert Ridge. (Photo: Courtesy of Carri Thompson)
Wilkes, addressing the letter to Mrs. Thompson, wrote:

“On behalf of all of us at the Arizona Cardinals, please accept our most sincere and heartfelt condolences on your husband’s passing.

“I did not have the pleasure of knowing Mike but feel as if I did after reading of his dedication to the sport of football as a coach at the Pop Warner and high school levels.

“We share in your grief over his loss but know that he lives on through the countless individuals that have been positively impacted by Mike.

“With sympathy,

“Steve Wilks”

It was the perfect antidote as Thompson and her family mourn Mike’s death.

Mike Thompson, an East Valley Pop Warner fixture and
Mike Thompson, an East Valley Pop Warner fixture and an assistant football coach at Mesa Desert Ridge High School for eight seasons, has died. (Photo: Andy Silvas Photography)
“It was fantastic,” Thompson said. “I know Mike is smiling above. He and our youngest son, Bubba, who is 22, have been following the Cardinals for quite some time. During the draft, Mike texted me, ‘We just got an awesome pick on a great quarterback (Josh Rosen).’ We were looking forward to the season.”

Thompson said the letter took her by surprise.

“I know how much of an impact Mike had made over the years he had coached,” Thompson said. “We’d be out in public, at a grocery store or a restaurant, and one of his old players would come up and say, ‘I’d like to introduce my fiance.’

“Then, for a coach who just came here to the team in Arizona, to read that and to take the time to send me that letter, it’s just awesome. It shows what a legacy Mike is leaving behind. That’s helped me a lot through this.”