Mother Nature has decided to bring a halt to the St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates game, so let's have a quick chat. A lot happened in Cardinal Nation this week, so a dose of musings are in order. Crack open a beer and lean back.
If it's okay with
Things have gone south for the St. Louis Cardinals since their 8 game winning streak was snapped. After dropping the series finale to Atlanta on Sunday they went to Boston and dropped both games in grueling fashion. Despite the three consecutive losses, the Cardinals are still just 2.5 games back
Remember back in April, when Mike Leake was an early (very early) favorite for the Cy Young Award? Well, that was a long, looong time ago. He had a phenomenal start, then leveled off to be the pitcher we expected him to be for a couple months, and has now
The 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 opinions from a fans point-of-view, but
I like to think of myself as an optimist in these turbulent times, but even I had my doubts about this St. Louis Cardinals team. Let's face it, a week ago they were reeling from a series loss to the Milwaukee Brewers and an embarrassing defeat at the hands of
2017 has not been a kind year to St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Stephen Piscotty. His performance has struggled across the board to go along with multiple injuries. The Cardinals right fielders have collectively been subpar and Piscotty has been perhaps the biggest part of that. Their 96 wRC+ for
Greetings, Cardinal Nation. Grab a drink and pull up a chair, because it is time for reflection and deflection with the baseball team that hangs their hat on the Arch.
The St. Louis Cardinals are in the midst of another painful stretch of baseball, redefining what it means to tiptoe across
"The timing is ideal. We have a busy July coming."-John Mozeliak to the media on June 30. If the President of Baseball Operations move making General Manager was talking about a busy baseball schedule for the St. Louis Cardinals, he was accurate. The Cardinals played 27 games this month, winning only
I like chicken wings. Crispy, double-fried, and breaded wings with just enough kick to register the taste. If you are going to eat wings, don't half-ass it.
As I sit down to ponder Redbird musings on a beautiful Saturday in South St. Louis city, I am thinking about Johnny's Restaurant in
Back on May 4th (may the fourth, get it?) I put together a fun comparison of some of our Cardinals players and an accompanying Star Wars character. With Wednesday night being the return of Star Wars Night at Busch Stadium, I decided to revisit the subject. I have included the