Though it has had its share of ups and downs, the St. Louis Cardinals starting rotation has been arguably the most consistent part of the team this season. While their success has not been reflected in the standings, thanks to a combination of inconsistent offense and numerous late-inning bullpen meltdowns,
When talking about a struggling major leaguer or sometimes a recent call-up we often hear John Mozeliak say something along the lines of "He has nothing left to prove in Memphis". Well, Luke Weaver has nothing left to prove in Memphis. After a spinning six shutout innings on Wednesday, Weaver
The Redbird Daily is proud to introduce our newest feature, The “Daily” Mail, an all new St. Louis Cardinals Q&A. We encourage St. Louis Cardinals fans to write in to us with your Cardinals questions/concerns/comments, and once a week one of our writers will give their perspective on a select number
With the 2017 trade deadline rapidly approaching there has been a ton of talk about whether the St. Louis Cardinals will be buyers, sellers, or somewhere in between. No matter which way they want to go, it seems like Lance Lynn is a player that fans want John Mozeliak to
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Michael Wacha's shoulder issues have been one of the most talked about subjects among St. Louis Cardinals fans the past few years. He's always been a good pitcher when healthy, but keeping him healthy has always been a problem. It has seemed like any time there has been a decline
This should be interesting. It has been 18 days since the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs last saw each other at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals came into the series in 1st place in the NL Central, hot off of a 6-0 road trip. The Cubs were scuffling into the
The first third of the 2017 season has been nothing if not a roller-coaster ride for the St. Louis Cardinals. If you break the season up into four 12 game stretches, the Redbirds have gone 3-9, 9-3, 9-3, and 3-9 (actually 3-10 after another loss to the Dodgers last night).
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
After a rainout on Saturday the St. Louis Cardinals looked to sweep what would now be a two game series against the Reds on Sunday. Things seemed to be going as planned as they took a 4-0 lead into the sixth inning. Unfortunately, things unraveled from there.
The Reds were able