Jim Edmonds was just an incredible talent. He had nearly 1,200 rbi, 393 homeruns, a .284 career batting and took home 8 Gold Gloves. Originally, he was drafted in the seventh round of the 1988 MLB draft by the Anaheim Angels. In 2000, he was traded to St. Louis for Kent Bottenfield and Adam Kennedy. The trade was one of the best in Cardinals history.
I think you’ll really enjoy this in-depth visit with the Cardinals HOF outfielder. We discuss his best plays, moments, and teammates in St. Louis. How the trade to St. Louis changed his life. Is coaching in his future? Also, what it means to wear the Cardinals uniform. Enjoy!