On a dead run, Edmonds scaled the wall, reached his entire right arm over the fence, and caught the ball.
During the 2004 NLCS against the Houston Astros, Edmonds made a diving, game-saving catch. He hit .301, had a .643 slugging percentage, 42 HRs, and 111 RBI; all but batting average were career highs.
In Game 7, Edmonds made a spectacular defensive play in center, helping the Cardinals win the pennant.
During a Chicago Cubs-Cardinals game at Wrigley Field on July 19, 2004, pitcher Carlos Zambrano was ejected from the game for throwing at Edmonds.
According to an August 12 report by “Meghan has no respect for Allison, and does what she wants when it comes to Allison’s children. When Allison told her she was upset and asked her to take the pictures down, Meghan refused.” Currently, Meghan lives in Southern California with Jim’s 17-year-old daughter, Haley, who recently lost her mother.
The following year, he was promoted to the Quad Cities Angels, the team's Class-A affiliate in the Midwest League. In 1990, Edmonds advanced to the Palm Springs Angels, a "High-A" team in the California League. He remained with Palm Springs for the 1991 season as well.
James Patrick Edmonds (born June 27, 1970) is an American former center fielder in Major League Baseball and a current broadcaster for Fox Sports Midwest. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Padres, Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, and Cincinnati Reds.
Known for his defensive abilities – particularly his catches – Edmonds also was a prolific hitter, batting .284 with 393 home runs and an on-base plus slugging percentage (OPS) of .903.
For instance, Edmonds made six starts at first when Albert Pujols suffered an oblique injury in June 2006.
Additionally, he pitched two innings while in High-A ball in 1991.