We continue to roll on through the top 10 of our 100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals. With Spring Training just a few weeks away, baseball's return is near. But first, let's reveal player #9 on our list.
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We're very excited to be moving into the top 12 of our countdown. Not just because these are the greatest St. Louis Cardinals of all-time, but because it means we are getting that much closer to Spring Training. Now, if you haven't been following along, or maybe you missed an
Our list of the Greatest St. Louis Cardinals rolls on.
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But let's talk about Mr. Cooper first.
#14 - Mort Cooper, SP (1938-45, RCG
The winter meetings played out like an action flick, with a cycle of building suspense and exciting conclusions, all packed within a brief period of time. However, the dance between the Tampa Bay Rays and St. Louis Cardinals is more resembling the classic will they/ won't they romance of sitcom
Our rankings of the 100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals rolls on with a group that includes a Hall of Famer and one of baseball's all-time great relievers. Without further ado, let's jump right in.
#40 - Lee Smith, RP (1990-93, RCG Score: 134, EC: 1.75, Total: 135.75)
Although Lee Smith spent 8
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Whether you're kicking back and watching the parade, waiting out a halftime show, or simply decompressing from a filling meal, we're glad you joined us here at the Redbird Daily. This next group of St. Louis Cardinals contains a cornucopia of pitchers, and an outfielder for
On this episode of the Bird Law podcast, Rusty and Adam discuss the recent coaching staff changes: the return of Jose Oquendo and hirings of Willie McGee, Brian Eversgerd, and Mike Maddux. We dive head first into the Giancarlo Stanton rumors as well as other potential moves as the offseason
The rankings roll on as we bring out another great group of St. Louis Cardinals. This one features a few lesser known players, as well as a couple of Hall-of-Famer's and MVP's.
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In an autumn that has already seen 3 managers that guided their teams to the playoffs lose their jobs, the St. Louis Cardinals are attempting a different approach. Despite failing to make the postseason -- or even win 90 games -- for two consecutive years, ownership and the front office
The lower end of our "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals" list is an interesting area. We see some players that you really wouldn't come up with off the top of your head, but when you see the numbers you say, "oh wow, that guy was really good for us." We