On this episode, we talk poor performance, lats, bullpen, bullpen, and more bullpen. Come along for the ride.
Credits: Intro: Audio - "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" (FOX), Music - The Heat is On by Glenn Frey; Outro: Don't Do Me Like That by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
The struggles at the plate this season for Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong have largely gone unnoticed. This could be because of his stellar defense (so far). Or possibly the struggles of the top four in the lineup to put it together. According to Fangraphs.com and their leader boards Wong
On this episode of the podcast, we talk over the disappointing aspects of the St. Louis Cardinals, from the offense to the bullpen. Touching on the most recent news and mixing in a few fun segments to break up the negativity.
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Triple-A Memphis: 23-17, 2 GL in PCL American South
Added: John Brebbia, Jeremy Martinez
Subtracted: Jack Flaherty, Jesse Jenner, Mike Mayers
Memphis has cooled off since they opened up the season on fire. They are 4-6 in their last ten games. Tyler O’Neill has been hammering the ball; he homered six times in
For the first time since the 100 win 2015 season, the Cardinals are going to play the Minnesota Twins. That last series ended up in a 4 game split, where we left in disappointment following a meltdown by our bullpen. Kevin Siegrist allowed a Joe Mauer homer to tie it
It's been several weeks since we've posted a minors update here at Redbird Daily, and there's a lot of roster churn throughout the system. Austin Gomber struck out 16 in a start for Memphis, then was promoted and demoted without making an appearance while Ryan Helsley took his spot on the Memphis
There’s been an awakening...have you felt it? Kind of? A little bit? After sleeping in Pittsburgh, the Cardinals managed to wake up against the White Sox before the other team from Chicago comes to town. But I’m not here to talk about the Cardinals. Well, not like that at least.
This past offseason was a relatively busy one for our St. Louis Cardinals. While overall it seemed to drag throughout baseball, the Cardinals were one of the most active teams. Whether or not they acquired your preferred targets is completely separate debate, but no one can describe the winter as
Cubs 8, Cardinals 5
W: Jon Lester (2-0) L: Luke Weaver (2-1) S: Brandon Morrow (3)
Luke Weaver didn’t have the magic this time, as his career ERA against the Cubs ballooned to 13.09. The first hit he allowed was a triple to Javier Baez, and from there it was
On this episode of the Bird Law Podcast, we talk over the happenings of the season's first two weeks and give our general thoughts on all aspects of the team so far.
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Credits: Intro: Audio "It's Always Sunny