It was a fun first day for the St. Louis Cardinals annual Winter Warm Up. One that may have disappointed some fans but it certainly didn't lack news. Here are the most newsworthy happenings from today.
When asked who their closer is John Mozeliak said "I think going into the
Earlier today my Redbird Daily colleague Kyle Reis posted a piece examining exactly how many spots on the 25 man roster need upgraded. I urge you to go read his article before going any further. But for those of you that enjoy depriving yourselves of great information, allow me to
With the St. Louis Cardinals 2017 season in the rear view mirror, mercifully, there has already been a ton of speculation about what the Cardinals' front office should do to bolster their roster for a playoff run in 2018. According to Derrick Goold's piece in this Sunday's St. Louis Post
After Mike Leake got rocked for 7 runs in just 2 innings of work on Wednesday John Brebbia stepped in and really saved the bullpen. In his first appearance since the all-star break Brebbia threw three scoreless innings. This was huge in keeping the bullpen from being overworked as well
Coming into the 2017 season I think many fans thought the biggest strength of the St. Louis Cardinals team would be their bullpen. Seung-Hwan Oh was coming off of a dominant season as their closer. Trevor Rosenthal was seemingly healthy again. Kevin Siegrist appeared to have another solid season and
April has come to a close, and with it closes the first month of both the Major and Minor League season. The Cardinals four full-season affiliates had a combined record of 47-43 during April. While that might not seem like a record to wow you, there have been a lot