The major league baseball season is a long, volatile, fickle mistress that spends anywhere from eight to nine months eating it's players, owners, and fans alive. No matter the organization, nearly every day feels like an inescapable grind that is constantly beating it's supporters and loved ones down even when
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.
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
Every Saturday until the end of the minor league season we will present you with the past weeks top pitcher and position player at each affiliate. We will include a capsule at the end of each list on an under the radar performer that has had a very good week.
On Tuesday, the Cardinals announced the rosters for their four full-season affiliated teams. For prospect nerds like myself, minor league roster release day is a joyous occasion that we celebrate and freak out about.
Although the Cardinals have been playing for a few days now, tonight marks the start of the minor league
Every other day over the next two months, John Nagel and Kyle Reis will announce a new prospect on The Redbird Daily’s Top 30 St. Louis Cardinals Prospect List. For each prospect, John and Kyle will reveal where that prospect landed on their personal lists and also few thoughts on