If this were an episode of Friends, it might be titled "The One Where Rusty Disses His Own Formula."
If it were Always Sunny, it could be "The Gang Blows Up Their Rankings."
Considering that I'm seeking to put a decisive cap on the whole experiment, Seinfeld may have called this episode
At long last, we have reach the final spot on our offseason countdown. No doubt, the top two spots have been met with some controversy -- perhaps a questioning look or a short, sweet "bull****" -- upon seeing Stan Musial listed at #2, and not #1. Now, the debate is
The Top 100 list has reached the final two players on the list (and that means Spring Training is almost here!) Get caught up with the first 98 players on the list here, and read about how Rusty Groppel ranked them here (and I know you'll read all of them
The pressure builds as we wind down the Top 100. We here at the Redbird Daily have enjoyed bringing this offseason project to life and we hope you have enjoyed going back in time with us. I've had the pleasure of covering some of my favorite former Cardinals on this list. From
4. Rogers Hornsby - 2B (1915-1926,1933, RCG Score: 250 + Extra Credit: 10 = Total Score: 260)
The countdown rolls on as we get to the fourth greatest Cardinal in history Rogers Hornsby. If you need a recap of the previous entries in the countdown it can be found here.
5. Chris Carpenter - SP (2004-2012, RCG Score: 233, Extra-Credit: 3.75, Total: 236.75)
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In December of 2002, Walt Jocketty signed Chris Carpenter to a league-minimum contract. Already out for the entirety of the upcoming 2003 season, it's hard to imagine a more under the
#6. Dizzy Dean - SP (1930, 1932-1937, RCG Score 231 + Extra Credit 4.75 = Total Score 235.75)
Our countdown is nearing the end as today we take a look at one of the greatest Cardinal pitchers in history, Dizzy Dean. You can find all previous articles in our countdown by
#7. Adam Wainwright - SP (2005-present, RCG Score: 224, Extra Credit: 3.5, Total: 227.5)
Before I started this post, I watched a montage of Adam Wainwright's postseason highlights. The last two years have, in some ways, tainted a phenomenal career -- a career that landed him seventh on this list, slotted
As we hit #8 in our countdown we're getting into players that were truly some of the all-time greats. As always, you can get caught up on any you may have missed right here. To see how we came up with this list you'll want to check out the introduction
We continue to roll on through the top 10 of our 100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals. With Spring Training just a few weeks away, baseball's return is near. But first, let's reveal player #9 on our list.
As always, you can get caught up on all of our Greatest Cardinals articles