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
At the beginning of August, I began writing a post about why you should be disappointed in this 2017 Cardinals team. I shit you not, the very next day was the start of their 8-game win streak, so I trashed it. Ah back to the days in which hope peaked
Welcome back to the office of the bald-headed writer who refuses to shut up, Cardinals fans.
The local rogues in red did some good things this week and also refused to gain much ground in the standings due to a late week collapse, so let's talk about it like a few
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
As the St. Louis Cardinals head home from a tough road trip, the team is once again spiraling out of control. After finding balance against the Arizona Diamondbacks and Washington Nationals before the break, the team has dropped four of seven to the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets out
What in the White Walker hell are the St. Louis Cardinals doing this season? If this is baseball, I'm calling bullshit.
In order to solve this epic mystery, we are going live to an imaginary diner where old men eat donuts, drink coffee, and gripe about sports teams.
Stanley: The Birds lost
The Cardinals' have struggled to run the bases for the better part of two years now. So far, the only tangible effect has been Chris Maloney's "reassignment". Nevertheless, Matheny has continued to preach aggresiveness, to this dismay of those actually watching the games.
I intend to show the effect the Cardinals'
The Bird Law podcast seeks to bring added perspective to our Cardinals coverage. With the opportunity to converse back and forth, we can go beyond what can be discussed in individual, written articles. We hope to give opinions from a fan's point-of-view, but with a sensible and pragmatic approach.
ARTICLES FROM THE FUTURE, Vol. 1
September 27, 2017
Tommy Pham should have gone home happy.
Tied at 2-2 with one out in the bottom of the 9th against their hated rival, the Chicago Cubs, Tommy Pham came to bat with Magneuris Sierra 90 feet away from giving the Cardinals a walk off
I remember the first time I held a live hand grenade.
Not fully realizing how loud the blast was going to be after I threw it, I did realize that what I held in my hand needed to be let go, because the longer I held it, the more potential for