If this were an episode of Friends, it might be titled "The One Where Rusty Disses His Own Formula."
If it were Always Sunny, it could be "The Gang Blows Up Their Rankings."
Considering that I'm seeking to put a decisive cap on the whole experiment, Seinfeld may have called this episode
At long last, we have reach the final spot on our offseason countdown. No doubt, the top two spots have been met with some controversy -- perhaps a questioning look or a short, sweet "bull****" -- upon seeing Stan Musial listed at #2, and not #1. Now, the debate is
Our list of the Greatest St. Louis Cardinals rolls on.
As always, you can get caught up on past articles by clicking here. And read the Introduction article to see how we put the list together by clicking here.
But let's talk about Mr. Cooper first.
#14 - Mort Cooper, SP (1938-45, RCG
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.
When you finish reading, be sure to get caught up on all the other player groups, right here.
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
No good list would truly be complete without a nice round of Honorable Mentions. And so I give you some of the fine players that landed just outside of our "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals" rankings, as well as some that were excluded because of the time period in which
Come one, come all! Welcome Cardinals fans to the Redbird Daily's "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals".
The offseason can be a time of exciting, if not sporadic, baseball news. There are only so many times we can rehash what occurred during the past season. And waiting for a fresh story to