Todd Roland Worrell
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 5", Weight: 215 lb.
Born: September 28, 1959 in Arcadia, CA
School: Biola University (La Mirada, CA) by the Drafted St. Louis Cardinals in the 1st round (21st pick) of the 1982 amateur draft. Signed July 6, 1982.
( All Transactions) Debut: August 28, 1985 (Age 25)
vs. CIN 1.2 IP, 1 H, 0 SO, 0 BB, 0 ER Teams (by GP): Cardinals/Dodgers 1985-1997 Final Game: September 25, 1997 (Age 37)
vs. COL 0 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Relatives: Brother of Tim Worrell
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News -- January 2014
1/8 Cards Conclave: Alternative Dimensions of Cardinal Baseball: A few days ago, a conversation in one of our Bonfyres made me ponder something. Say it was possible to have a window into another ... News -- October 2013
10/14 Kings of Kauffman: Steve Bartman, Don Denkinger, and How a Moment is Remembered: You’re going to see it a few times tonight anyway, and likely a few times each playoff season. Ten years ago today, Luis ...
10/11 James Smyth Broadcast: Los Angeles vs. St. Louis in the Postseason: The Cardinals and Dodgers will play for the National League pennant for the first time since 1985. It's the fourth playoff meeting ... News -- September 2013
9/27 More Than A Fan: ML”what would”B: What if Orta’s Dribbler in ’85 was Called Out?: Hey baseball fans! Matt Nadel here of Baseball with Matt with another edition of the ML“what would”B. Today I’ll explain ... News -- August 2013
8/4 KC Kingdom: Revisiting The Glory Years and Where Are They Now: Dane Iorg: In 1985 The Kansas City Royals as a franchise was only 16 years old, and by baseball terms, an infant. Kansas City had been division ... News -- July 2013
7/26 Kevin Slowey Was Framed: A Career of Baseball Memories Remembered: Sadly, looking back on a career requires a career to be over. Any career-retrospective is bittersweet; a celebration of ... News -- June 2013
6/28 i70baseball.com: St. Louis Cardinals have big opportunity with new Hall of Fame: Seven years after the Cardinals moved into the new stadium, Ballpark Village is finally taking shape beyond the leftfield wall. ...
6/16 Redbird Rants: Cardinals Rookie of the Year Candidates: The St. Louis Cardinals have produced beyond expectations in 2013 with one of the youngest rosters in the majors. There are ... News -- April 2013
4/28 Feelin' Kinda Blue: Breaking down Dodgers' prospect Matt Magill's surprisingly good MLB debut:
Matt Magill was pretty good in his Major League debut on Saturday night. It was (presumably) a game seen by more people than ...
4/11 STLCardinalBaseball: Solutions For The Looming Bullpen CrisisSo apparently Jason Motte‘s elbow is shot. Until just a few weeks ago, Motte was one of the soundest aspects ... ... News -- December 2012
12/6 The Cardinal Nation Blog: Cardinals Keough wins Scout of Year award: Long-time St. Louis Cardinals professional scout Marty Keough has received another industry honor, recognized as Baseball’s ... News -- November 2012
11/21 mlbreports.com: 5 Random Injustices In Baseball For The Last 27 Years: Wednesday, Nov.21/2012 Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Writer): I am hoping that baseball decides to use more INSTANT REPLAY in the ... News -- June 2012
6/13 SocraticGadfly: Yankee homerism at ESPN: How can Don Denkinger's blown call in Game 6 of the 1985 World Series not be the worst blown umpiring call in Major League Baseball ...
6/4 Bus League Baseball: The Bizarro Hall of Fame: The Class of 2010: The Bizarro Hall of Fame was a series I ran on my old blog, One More Dying Quail, in 2007. It consists of players who appeared ... News -- May 2012
5/31 Bus League Baseball: The Bizarro Hall of Fame: The Class of 2009: The Bizarro Hall of Fame was a series I ran on my old blog, One More Dying Quail, in 2007. It consists of players who appeared ...
5/10 Bus League Baseball: The Bizarro Hall of Fame: The Class of 2003: The Bizarro Hall of Fame was a series I ran on my old blog, One More Dying Quail, in 2007. It consists of players who appeared ... News -- April 2012
4/13 FanSided: Who am I? Name that Cardinal: It is finally here the Cardinal Home opener and Mother Nature doesn’t seem like she wants to play along. Hopefully by the ... News -- October 2011
10/23 Pitchers Hit Eighth: This Is Not 1985: This is most definitely not 1985, and Ron “Mea” Kulpa is not Don Denkinger. Don Denkinger was not solely responsible ...
10/10 i70baseball.com: Rob Rains’ Inside Baseball: Carpenter’s GemCarpenter's gem in game five of the LDS will not soon be forgotten. ... News -- August 2011
8/18 i70baseball.com: Is Fernando Salas A Closer ?: Fernando Salas has just blown his fourth save for the Cardinals. How does that compare among the other closers in St. Louis ? ... News -- July 2011
7/12 B-R Blog: Juan Perez pitches a perfect inning: Thanks to reader Jim P. for emailing in about this. Last night the Phillies' Juan Perez pitched a perfect inning, meaning 3 strikeouts ... News -- June 2011
6/22 SocraticGadfly: Should MLB expand rosters to 26?: I think Jeremy Crasnick has a good idea - with one omitted exception.
Expand to 26 in exchange for killing the DH.
That ... News -- March 2011
3/16 SocraticGadfly: Cardinals nightmare flashback history: Over at ESPN, former St. Louis Cardinal closer Todd Worrell is interviewed for his role in arguably the worst officiating decision ...
3/3 B-R Blog: Relief Appearances Of 3+ IP In Postseason Deciding Games: How many players, from 1903 to 2010, have come into a post-season deciding game out of the bullpen and thrown 3 innings or more? ... News -- August 2010
8/15 PaulLebowitz.com: Sunday Lightning 8.15.2010: Charming, grandfatherly and merciless: Dodgers manager Joe Torre is holding off on announcing his decision as to whether ... News -- June 2010
6/28 B-R Blog: Rolling Down The Rhodes: I noticed this news yesterday -
With his scoreless seventh inning Saturday night against the Indians, Reds left-hander Arthur ...