Bird Law, Ep. 5: Streaking Redbirds

Bird Law is a St. Louis Cardinals podcast

The Bird Law podcast, featuring contributors to the Redbird Daily, Rusty Groppel and Adam Butler, aims to bring added perspective to our Cardinals coverage. With the opportunity to converse back and forth beyond what can be expressed in individual articles, we hope to give opinions from a fans point-of-view, but

A Turning Tide: Long Balls, Lineups, and Lance Lynn Love

Fowler's slam was just the latest good thing to happen for the St. Louis Cardinals

I'll just let the Moody Blues play me in: "Listen to the tide slowly turning...wash all our heartaches away...we are part of the fire that is burning...and from the ashes we can build another day." A fitting sentiment for the recent play of our St. Louis Cardinals. They have very sneakily won

Quiet Deadline But Busy Offseason? What That May Look Like For Cardinals

JD Martinez could be a free agent target for the St. Louis Cardinals

To the disappointment of many, the July 31st trade deadline came and passed without a single move by the St. Louis Cardinals. In fact, it was the first time since 2005 that they did not make a trade between the dates of July 24th and 31st. They did make a

A Farewell to Arms: The Future of the Cardinals Starting Rotation

Carlos Martinez will anchor the starting rotation for years to come

Though it has had its share of ups and downs, the St. Louis Cardinals starting rotation has been arguably the most consistent part of the team this season. While their success has not been reflected in the standings, thanks to a combination of inconsistent offense and numerous late-inning bullpen meltdowns,

In Market Where Control is Key, Cardinals are Flush with Trade Assets

Piscotty and Grichuk are just two of the many controlled assets that the St. Louis Cardinals hold

For weeks the conversation surrounding the St. Louis Cardinals and the trade deadline has been intriguing. Their underachieving record makes some fans scream "SELL!". Meanwhile their position in an underwhelming division makes going "all-in" an interesting proposition. Based on the quotes coming out of Bill Dewitt, Jr., John Mozeliak, and