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
The St. Louis Cardinals are searching for any kind of traction on offense. Far from alone, the most notable, and most surprising, struggles on the team have come from should-be catalysts Matt Carpenter and Dexter Fowler. Having two of the most prolific lead-off hitters in baseball over the past few
The St. Louis Cardinals season would get over quicker, therefore pleasing our supreme galactic timekeeper overlord Rob Manfred. All Hail Manfred.
ESPN will move St. Louis up on the short list for a "30 for 30" entitled "You lost the Rams, now kick yourselves in the balls."
We can all start our
This is the article you're looking for. You don't need to see in-depth Cardinals information. Move Along...(to the rest of the article I mean).
In the saturated world of internet blogs, in addition to the standard media outlets, Cardinals coverage rains down upon us constantly. Therefore, when handed a rain-out, insightful
Take a deep breath St. Louis Cardinals fans.
For now, your hometown Redbirds are back at .500 after a near sweep of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Despite being the worst defensive team in baseball, anemic on the base paths, and only having two relief pitchers that seem viable right now (Matt Bowman
It feels so good to get back to doing what I do for the RedBird Daily - this week off moving to Chicago has been a whirlwind.
You know what also feels good? Winning baseball games.
That's what the St. Louis Cardinals are doing, in some fashion at least, and since everyone (including
In the winter of 2014 Jhonny Peralta had just finished his first season as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals. It was a very successful season as he posted a 5.3 fWAR and looked like one of the best shortstops in the league. Fresh off of signing a 4
There have been three things this season so far has made me want to do… drink, cry, and listen to country music. Thankfully Garth Brooks recorded “Friends in Low Places” so long ago. I gave this country gem a Cardinals theme below. In case your ears have never been blessed