St. Louis Cardinals: With Adams Gone, Who is Next?

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If you were paying attention over the weekend to anything St. Louis Cardinals baseball (a friend of mine did not realize the news until this morning), you noticed the Birds on the Bat traded a man to the Atlanta Braves. That man was Matt Adams.  Yes, despite the rapid weight loss, and an outfield

St. Louis Cardinals: The Odd Men Out

The weather is getting warmer, and don't look now, but your St. Louis Cardinals are HOT. Yes, the bat Birds (trademark pending) are starting to come around, and although they are still hovering around .500, they just made the Atlanta Braves look like school children - even with half of a baseball

St. Louis Cardinals: Four Moves That’ll Never Happen

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Take a deep breath St. Louis Cardinals fans. For now, your hometown Redbirds are back at .500 after a near sweep of the Toronto Blue Jays. Despite being the worst defensive team in baseball, anemic on the base paths, and only having two relief pitchers that seem viable right now (Matt Bowman

St. Louis Cardinals winning, but Lack Discipline

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It feels so good to get back to doing what I do for the RedBird Daily - this week off moving to Chicago has been a whirlwind. You know what also feels good? Winning baseball games. That's what the St. Louis Cardinals are doing, in some fashion at least, and since everyone (including

St. Louis Cardinals: Looking at the bullpen disaster

Platinum recording artist Drake once said, "I know when that hotline bling, that can only mean one thing." If that was any reference to the St. Louis Cardinals bullpen situation this season, then yes, the bullpen has been called upon more often than not. However when that that bullpen phone rings, not only

What We Learned: The (Over) Reaction to the Cubs Series

The first series of 2017 for your St. Louis Cardinals is in the books. It's officially time to freak out. Fans were treated to a walk off win in game one, a fart of a loss in game two, and a bullpen blow up loss in game three. When all was said in

‘Twas the Night Before Opening Day 2017

Who said Christmas couldn't happen in March? Mike Matheny and the St. Louis Cardinals say otherwise. 'Twas the night before Opening Day, when all through the RedBird Daily house, Every writer was stirring, stale chips being eaten off the floor by a Kolten Wong mouse. The Cardinal caps were hung by the chimney with care, In

National League Prediction Roundtable

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 National League.  National League West Kyle Reis - The