In an autumn that has already seen 3 managers that guided their teams to the playoffs lose their jobs, the St. Louis Cardinals are attempting a different approach. Despite failing to make the postseason -- or even win 90 games -- for two consecutive years, ownership and the front office
The lower end of our "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals" list is an interesting area. We see some players that you really wouldn't come up with off the top of your head, but when you see the numbers you say, "oh wow, that guy was really good for us." We
In this episode of the Bird Law podcast we talk over some general things we hope, and expect to see from the St. Louis Cardinals this offseason. Covering all the bases including the rotation, bullpen, and position players, it's time to unpack the winter clothes.
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No good list would truly be complete without a nice round of Honorable Mentions. And so I give you some of the fine players that landed just outside of our "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals" rankings, as well as some that were excluded because of the time period in which
Come one, come all! Welcome Cardinals fans to the Redbird Daily's "100 Greatest St. Louis Cardinals".
The offseason can be a time of exciting, if not sporadic, baseball news. There are only so many times we can rehash what occurred during the past season. And waiting for a fresh story to
Kolten Wong had somewhat of a breakout year in 2017. He dealt with injuries throughout the year which put a damper on his season. But when he was on the field, he played like the Kolten Wong that we all thought we'd see a couple years ago. When the season
In this episode of Bird Law, Rusty and Adam look back on the 2017 season for the St. Louis Cardinals overall. Running through some of the good developments, the disappointments, and just general commentary on the organization this season and moving forward. Another topic of note is the firing of
I love Lance Lynn. Please, remember that as we move through this article, because it's going to get negative. Why wouldn't I like him, though? He's been a huge part of some very successful Cardinals teams. He competes his hind end off and when it's all over he hams it up
Many fans this year have discussed the idea of moving Michael Wacha to the bullpen. I've been one of them myself. It seemed to make sense. His velocity has been up and he typically fades down the stretch due to his bouts with shoulder issues. Fortunately for the St. Louis
Perhaps it was because of the enormous success being had in Memphis this season, or maybe due to the exciting abilities of players such as Magneuris Sierra that we saw in Spring Training; but it has seemed that the Cardinals fanbase, as a whole, showed more interest in the minor