Jeff Gordon, JG-TC

Jeff Gordon


St. Louis, MO, United States

Contact Jeff

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • JG-TC
  • The Pantagraph
  • STLtoday

Past articles by Jeff:

Cardinals positioned for greater success after retaining Nolan Arenado

Arenado and Paul Goldschmidt will provide the foundation as the team tries to build bigger success. → Read More

Gordo: After promoting Marmol, Cardinals must position him to succeed

"Promoting Oli Marmol was a the right call, but now the Cardinals must give him a full roster and operating space." → Read More

Gordo: Big-spending Dodgers rank among the most valued sports overdogs

The defending world champions are bidding for their ninth consecutive National League West title. → Read More

Gordo: Aggressive Brewers management outworks Cardinals' brass

Milwaukee improved team and made a run as Birds sat by and dropped in standings. → Read More

and boos - at Busch Stadium these days. Gordo looks at the long-term forecast

In his weekly chat, Jeff Gordon looks at the murky path ahead for the Cardinals and for Vladimir Tarasenko. → Read More

Gordo: Baez follows Gorman, Walker into Cardinals' power pipeline

Power-hitting outfielder Joshua Baez loomed large on high school diamonds and the showcase circuit. → Read More

Gordo: Cardinals can learn from the Giants' unlikely resurgence

Experts pegged the resurgent Giants to be distant also-rans in the National League West. → Read More

Gordo: Cardinals must look past this summer, build better offensive future

Now, more than ever, the sputtering Cardinals must redouble their commitment to developing impact hitters. → Read More

Gordo: Cardinals fight to sustain winning culture despite challenges

The team is battling through its pitching crisis while leaning hard on younger players. → Read More

Gordo's take as Luke Voit sells cars, Mike Maddux skates and Mo finds himself in a tight spot

Because the Cardinals have enjoyed such consistent success, the front office can maintain the long view on things. → Read More

Gordo: Cardinals answer catcalls with gutty, series-extending victory

Yadier Molina doesn't like to lose, so the Cardinals remain alive in the playoffs. He added to his legend Monday. → Read More

Tipsheet: Stanley Cup loss stuns, devastates favored Bruins

The Blues left a mark on the Boston Bruins with their Game 7 victory. Zdeno Chara and friends can't believe they let another Cup get away from them. → Read More

Gordo's 2019 NL preview: Look for Cubs, Nationals to return to the top

A team-by-team look at the upcoming baseball season, with teams listed in the predicted order of finish. → Read More

Gordo: Yeo had to go — now it’s time for Armstrong to trade a key player or two

If Doug Armstrong can't trigger a turnaround, then he could be the next to go. General managers only get to hire and fire so many coaches before their own reckoning. → Read More

Gordo: Addition by subtraction for Cards

By subtracting negative performers, Cardinals GM John Mozeliak has already made positive offensive changes for 2016. → Read More

Gordo: Kroenke makes his play with NFL owners

Rather than merely lease his Inglewood stadium to a second team, Stan Kroenke is now pitching more of a partnership to NFL owners. That could be his deal-maker with the → Read More

Tipsheet: High-Price contract rocks MLB market

David Price got an average of $31 million on his seven-year contract, which is crazy money for the pitcher. Why did the Cardinals even bother bidding? → Read More

Tipsheet: Expect crazy spending in baseball marketplace

The Cardinals are willing to spend more money this winter, but other franchises are willing to spend stupid money — and that's a big difference. → Read More

Gordo: Mizzou job appealing yet challenging

Mizzou athletics director Mack Rhoades made an aggressive sales pitch to kick off his football coaching search. “We can even take this thing to a higher level, I believe, and compete for a national championship,” he told reporters a few weeks back. “I really believe you can win a national championship at the University of Missouri. What head coach wouldn’t want to do that?” Plenty, actually, as… → Read More

Tipsheet: Time to Rhule out Herman for Mizzou?

Mizzou explored the Matt Rhule option while Tom Herman eyed the Georgia opening. The coaching carousel was whirling this weekend. → Read More