The countdown of the 100 greatest Cardinals continues as we take a look at numbers 80 through 76. Here we have a couple of starting pitchers, a couple of first basemen, and a shortstop who is in the Cardinals Hall of Fame. A rundown of the scoring system used to
Lets keep the countdown rolling with number 85 through 81. This set of five contains a stoic lefty, an eccentric right-hander, and a target for thrown batteries in Philadelphia. Click here for a reminder of the scoring qualifications and check out Colin and Rusty's previous list additions.
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The Redbird Daily's list of the 100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals rolls on today, with number 90-86. Numbers 100-96 and 95-91 are here and here. If you are interested in how the players are ranked, you can find that here, as well as the Honorable Mention. Let's jump right in.
The lower end of our "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals" list is an interesting area. We see some players that you really wouldn't come up with off the top of your head, but when you see the numbers you say, "oh wow, that guy was really good for us." We
Incredibly proud to kick-off this awesome project. We here at the Redbird Daily are excited to roll-out this fun, informative, and conversation starting piece. The list of players will bring back memories, make you scratch your head, and may possibly piss you off. Let's start off with a basestealer synonymous
No good list would truly be complete without a nice round of Honorable Mentions. And so I give you some of the fine players that landed just outside of our "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals" rankings, as well as some that were excluded because of the time period in which
Come one, come all! Welcome Cardinals fans to the Redbird Daily's "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals".
The offseason can be a time of exciting, if not sporadic, baseball news. There are only so many times we can rehash what occurred during the past season. And waiting for a fresh story to