The Redbird Daily is proud to introduce our newest feature, The "Daily" Mail, an all new St. Louis Cardinals Q&A.
We encourage St. Louis Cardinals fans to write in to us with your Cardinals questions/concerns/comments, and once a week one of our writers will give their perspective on a select number
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.
Our Cardinals are in a strange situation. At the current rate, they are facing the prospect of their first losing season since 2007. It would also be the first during John Mozeliak's tenure as GM. A lot of things have led to this point, but those are topics for a
The St. Louis Cardinals are searching for any kind of traction on offense. Far from alone, the most notable, and most surprising, struggles on the team have come from should-be catalysts Matt Carpenter and Dexter Fowler. Having two of the most prolific lead-off hitters in baseball over the past few
The first installment of the all new Bird Law podcast, featuring contributors to the Redbird Daily, Rusty Groppel and Adam Butler, aims to bring added perspective to our Cardinals coverage. With the opportunity to converse back and forth beyond what can be expressed in individual articles, we hope to give
This should be interesting. It has been 18 days since the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs last saw each other at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals came into the series in 1st place in the NL Central, hot off of a 6-0 road trip. The Cubs were scuffling into the
The St. Louis Cardinals offense is lacking. Some hitters are lacking in discipline, while others lack base running skills. And although they seem to have enough pieces in place - based on track records - they are lacking power overall. Put these things together and, most nights, it leads to
About a month ago, Major League Baseball declared 19-year old Cuban phenom, Luis Robert (pronounced as it looks, not as Roe-bear) to be a free agent. For fans that keep tabs on international players, the fact that he was declared prior to June 15th was delightful news. This meant that
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.
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