As I sit here typing this up on December 1st, Giancarlo Stanton still has not been traded and the Cardinals are still a potential landing spot for him. For the sake of this exercise though, we're going to pretend that he has been traded to San Francisco. Why, you ask?
At this point in the offseason we all know what the St. Louis Cardinals needs are. We've heard all about how a big bat and a closer are their top priorities. I think most people will tell you though, that they need at least two additions in the bullpen. There
Welcome back to our countdown of the 100 greatest St. Louis Cardinals. As always, you can catch up on any rankings that you missed right here.
#45 - RIPPER COLLINS, 1B/OF (1931 - '36, RCG SCORE: 127, EC: 1.5, TOTAL: 128.5)
James Anthony Collins earned the nickname "ripper" during a ballgame as
Welcome back to our countdown of the 100 greatest Cardinals. Today we'll be tackling number's 55 through 51. As always, be sure to keep up with any that you've missed right here.
#55 - SCOTT ROLEN, 3B (2002-'07, RCG SCORE: 111, EC: 4.25, TOTAL: 115.25)
This is my personal favorite Cardinal of
The past couple of weeks I've sat back and watched my Redbird Daily colleagues do a fantastic job rolling out these top 100 rankings. Now it's finally my turn to get into the action with a group that has so many relievers that this post should be sponsored by Rolaids.
Earlier today my Redbird Daily colleague Kyle Reis posted a piece examining exactly how many spots on the 25 man roster need upgraded. I urge you to go read his article before going any further. But for those of you that enjoy depriving yourselves of great information, allow me to
Kolten Wong had somewhat of a breakout year in 2017. He dealt with injuries throughout the year which put a damper on his season. But when he was on the field, he played like the Kolten Wong that we all thought we'd see a couple years ago. When the season
It's official. MLB has approved the Marlins sale and the Jeter/Sherman group appears prepared to rebuild. This is great news for the St. Louis Cardinals because, as we've heard so many times this year, they need a middle of the order hitter. The Marlins will be looking to shed payroll
Many fans this year have discussed the idea of moving Michael Wacha to the bullpen. I've been one of them myself. It seemed to make sense. His velocity has been up and he typically fades down the stretch due to his bouts with shoulder issues. Fortunately for the St. Louis
We all knew the St. Louis Cardinals were missing a middle of the order hitter heading into the July 31st trade deadline. Many fans hoped that the front office would be able to acquire that big bopper before the deadline passed. Unfortunately, not only did the Cardinals not acquire one,