Just 5 days ago I advocated the idea that the Cardinals should trade for Josh Donaldson, should he come available. I'm not backtracking on that. If the opportunity to grab an MVP-caliber player presents itself then the Cardinals must certainly make a play. However, Jedd Gyorko has emerged as a
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
Welcome to the birdcage. For the next 3 days, Busch Stadium will play host to a matchup between the Cardinals and the Blue Jays. Two of the most distinct looking of the small birds, these teams also similarly sputtered out of the gate this season. The Cardinals have found ways
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
I bet you didn't know that Lance Lynn's legal first name is Michael. Well, it sure is, but that's not all that he has in common with fellow starters Mike Leake and Michael Wacha. Through the first three turns of the rotation these three have been far and away the
The Matt Adams in Left Field show has been a hot topic in this young season. Coming in a close second, and somewhat connect to it, has been the Third Base discussion. Many have called for Matt Adams to be played regularly at First Base while pushing current starter, Matt
There were just two games in the St. Louis Cardinals' minor league system on Sunday and both shared the same result as the big club, losses. Memphis fell to Oklahoma City 3-2, while Springfield was crushed by Midland 9-4. Here are the highlights from Sunday's minor league action.
Oklahoma City 3
First things first: The title of this article is referencing a Todd Rundgren classic, not 2015's most overplayed song by Adele. Shame on you for thinking I would stoop so low. Moving on.
As the Cardinals roll into Yankee Stadium this weekend they will see a very familiar face in the
This one hurts.
As reported by Jennifer Langosch, Cardinals Hall of Famer Lou Brock has been diagnosed with bone cancer.
While no prognosis has been released, Brock is 77 years old, and recently had part of his leg amputated during a long hospital stint while battling diabetes. His health battles are a
"A person, thing, or situation that can at any moment cause much havoc or result in a disastrous outcome."
If you've been following the St. Louis Cardinals through their first nine games this season that definition probably brings one thing to mind. Matt Adams in left field. The definition of course,