With the Cardinals 2018 Winter Warm Up in the rear view mirror, spring training is just around the corner. It's that time of year where we can start to envision how this team will look when opening day arrives. Part of that is obviously trying to figure out what the
Tommy Pham's eyesight has been a much talked about topic of conversation since he debuted. Pham broke out in a huge way in 2017. After being sent down to Memphis in spring training he got the call to the big leagues in early May and he made the most of
Day 2 of the St. Louis Cardinals Winter Warm Up was full of high profile players. We also got to see Marcell Ozuna for the first time. From up and coming prospects like Oscar Mercado to veterans like Adam Wainwright, this day had it all. Here are the biggest takeaways.
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
In this episode of the Bird Law Podcast, Rusty and Adam discuss the year long success of Tommy Pham, the surprising success of Jose Martinez, and the playoff chase that is truly heating up as the Cardinals roll into Wrigley Field.
The Bird Law podcast, featuring contributors to the Redbird Daily,
Most St. Louis Cardinals fans seems to agree at this point that the team is lacking a middle of the order hitter. The type of player that can consistently hit with power and drive in runs. Jedd Gyorko was doing a decent job hitting cleanup for most of the season
Tommy Pham only had one plate appearance in the MLB Little League Classic, but his impact went way beyond the box score. Prior to the game he ordered 200 snow cones for the Little Leaguers in attendance, and then wore cleats decorated by two children battling cancer in St. Louis.
2017 has not been a kind year to St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Stephen Piscotty. His performance has struggled across the board to go along with multiple injuries. The Cardinals right fielders have collectively been subpar and Piscotty has been perhaps the biggest part of that. Their 96 wRC+ for
Back on May 4th (may the fourth, get it?) I put together a fun comparison of some of our Cardinals players and an accompanying Star Wars character. With Wednesday night being the return of Star Wars Night at Busch Stadium, I decided to revisit the subject. I have included the
Tommy Pham has quickly emerged as a fan favorite for the St. Louis Cardinals. Between his great interviews, a never satisfied attitude, and great play on the field, there's a lot to like. As the team limps toward the trading deadline currently in 4th place, it's hard to imagine where