With Cardinals' outfielders seemingly dropping like flies this week - and the team still curiously playing with a short bench - they have been forced to make moves. First it was a recall of Tommy Pham in response to Stephen Piscotty hitting the DL and Dexter Fowler getting banged up.
This one hurts. As reported by Jennifer Langosch, Cardinals Hall of Famer Lou Brock has been diagnosed with bone cancer. While no prognosis has been released, Brock is 77 years old, and recently had part of his leg amputated during a long hospital stint while battling diabetes. His health battles are a
To paraphrase Harry Dunn in regards to the Cardinals, Just when I thought you couldn't POSSIBLY get any worse, you go and play a game like that...and TOTALLY REDEEM--wait, never mind. No redemption to be found here. The St. Louis Cardinals bullpen outdid their own futility on Monday night in Washington,
On Friday night, as the Memphis Redbirds hosted their parent club in the "Battle of the Birds", Ken Rosenthal tweeted that the Cardinals were nearing an extension with franchise cornerstone Yadier Molina. Soon after the tweet was sent out, Molina homered in the penultimate exhibition game of the Spring. To be
Over the next week, The Redbird Daily writers will be participating in a few roundtable discussions on the upcoming Major League Baseball season. We would love for you to join the discussion by commenting below with your picks! Today we will tackle the major awards. National League MVP: Clay - I'll get
Out of the Park Baseball 18, an Official Licensee of MLB.com, MLBPA, and MiLB.com, Now Available Worldwide Follow-up to Metacritic’s 2016 PC Game of the Year features a new Challenge Mode, Online Profiles and Leaderboards, real 2017 major and minor league rosters, historic Negro League teams, improved 3D mode, new tournaments, and
WhAfter reading Ryan Massey’s excellent piece on what a possible Yadier Molina extension could look like. I began to think of another talented Cardinals catcher, and what impact the extension would have on him. I am, of course, talking about the number one catching prospect in baseball according to MLB.com,