After Mike Leake got rocked for 7 runs in just 2 innings of work on Wednesday John Brebbia stepped in and really saved the bullpen. In his first appearance since the all-star break Brebbia threw three scoreless innings. This was huge in keeping the bullpen from being overworked as well
Tommy Pham has quickly emerged as a fan favorite for the St. Louis Cardinals. Between his great interviews, a never satisfied attitude, and great play on the field, there's a lot to like. As the team limps toward the trading deadline currently in 4th place, it's hard to imagine where
As we approach the end of the 4-6 week timetable that John Mozeliak set for the St. Louis Cardinals back in June, this team is still sort of stuck in limbo. They are still 6.5 games back in the NL Central and 7.5 games back of the second wild card
As the MLB all-star break is coming to a close the St. Louis Cardinals sit at 43-45. It's been a disappointing and frustrating first half for the Redbirds as they're currently 5.5 games behind the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Central.
Four days without Cardinals baseball can be a pretty serious
In the third installment of the Bird Law Podcast, Rusty and Adam take a look at some aspects of the Cardinals first half, including surprises, disappointments, and some of the big story lines. Then they take a look at some things that may happen as we move into the second
On Monday, the Cardinals demoted shortstop Delvin Perez to the Gulf Coast League from Johnson City, the Cardinals rookie ball affiliate. Perez was one of the most talented shortstops in the 2016 draft, but fell to the Cardinals due to a failed PED test. Despite his pedigree as one of
Coming into the 2017 season it seemed like the consensus opinion was that right field was a position we didn't need to worry about. Stephen Piscotty was coming off of a pretty good 2016 season and he seemed like a safe player. He was the kind of low floor, low
When talking about a struggling major leaguer or sometimes a recent call-up we often hear John Mozeliak say something along the lines of "He has nothing left to prove in Memphis". Well, Luke Weaver has nothing left to prove in Memphis. After a spinning six shutout innings on Wednesday, Weaver
With the 2017 trade deadline rapidly approaching there has been a ton of talk about whether the St. Louis Cardinals will be buyers, sellers, or somewhere in between. No matter which way they want to go, it seems like Lance Lynn is a player that fans want John Mozeliak to
The Bird Law podcast seeks to bring added perspective to our Cardinals coverage. With the opportunity to converse back and forth, we can go beyond what can be discussed in individual, written articles. We hope to give opinions from a fan's point-of-view, but with a sensible and pragmatic approach.