Danny D…but not the one you’re used to seeing next to Charlie Day By Daniel Fredman
John Lackey starts for the Cardinals Tuesday afternoon in San Francisco. I've always thought Lackey looked like WWE wrestler "The Big Show." By Daniel Fredman
Who's more Bueno, Waino or Costner? By Daniel Fredman
Beautiful arm meets "Beautiful Mind" By Daniel Fredman
ST. LOUIS --- If you're like me, Game 3 of the NLCS can't come soon enough. After reading and watching all I could on the Redbirds amazing Game 2 victory, my mind shifted to Game 3.
Correction: My mind wandered.
John Lackey starts for the Cardinals Tuesday afternoon in San Francisco. I've always thought Lackey looked like WWE wrestler "The Big Show." With that in mind, I decided to see if my eyes were deceiving me or if I was on to something.
I put their pictures next to each other and...well, I'll let you decide. It's kind of scary.
I couldn't stop at Lackey. Who knew so many Cardinals had Doppelgängers? Don't believe me? Take a look.
Who's more Bueno, Waino or Costner?
If only Costner's character in "Bull Durham" had the career success Wainwright's experiences on the "Field of Dreams".
Carp's bat + Hamm's looks = "Mad Men," It's just not fair.
St.Louisan's love our Hometown Hero's, and though Carpenter isn't from St.Louis if he keeps hitting like he has in the 2014 Postseason, he'll have a key to the city in a few weeks.
One man roams center field, the other roams the street.
Turns out CF Jon Jay has a striking resemblance to Andre Royo, who plays "Bubbles," one of my favorite characters on HBO's "The Wire." Jay improved his play this season. Bubbles improved his life in the show's final season.
Jhonny and Seth: A comical Cardinal combo
Seth Rogen is funny. Jhonny Peralta spells his name in a funny way. That's all I got.
"44," Seconds to Mars
Carlos Martinez is paid to prevent hits. Bruno Mars is paid to make them. Mix the curly locks and some questionable decisions and these two might have more in common than a similar look.
Beautiful arm meets "Beautiful Mind"
Alright, maybe this one is a stretch. Perhaps I let the beards cloud my judgment...or maybe it was two hours of searching the internet to find celebs who look like Cardinals.
Danny D…but not the one you’re used to seeing next to Charlie Day
It isn’t “Always Sunny,” when Cardinal utility man Daniel Descalso takes the field, but he can take heart knowing he could be mistaken for comedian Charlie Day.