3:01 PM EDT, Thu July 19, 2018
Redbird Rants 17 mins ago

St. Louis Cardinals: Lets help the Indians replace depth

The St. Louis Cardinals’ frequent trade partner, the Cleveland Indians, just dealt a top catching prospect for bullpen help. Why don’t we help them replenish their catching depth? The St. Louis Cardinals need more arms to trust in the bullpen. Any casual fan knows that and other teams are making moves on their bullpen needs. […] St. Louis Cardinals: Lets help the Indians replace depth - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Turf Show Times 31 mins ago
Roster Preview: RB John Kelly

Roster Preview: RB John Kelly

Skateboard enthusiast John Kelly hopes to become the newest cog in Rams Head Coach Sean McVay’s offense. The Rams have Gurley. Gurley is great at football. Fresh Todd is better. This ancient haiku was surely part of the motivation for the Los Angeles Rams when they burned the 176th overall pick in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft on Tennessee running back John Kelly. Kelly honed his skills in the same backfield in Knoxville as 2017 NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year New Orleans Saints RB Alvin Kamara. After Kamara’s departure for the NFL, Kelly was one of the sole threats in...
34 mins ago
Cardinals answer bench coach question, add 'Pop' Warner to Shildt's staff

Cardinals answer bench coach question, add 'Pop' Warner to Shildt's staff

CHICAGO • One of the conversations interim manager Mike Shildt intended to have Wednesday, on the eve of his first full series and first visit to Wrigley Field in his new role, was with his coaches about how they would…
Turf Show Times 2 hours ago
Roster Preview: ILB Micah Kiser

Roster Preview: ILB Micah Kiser

The Rams are hoping the highly productive Virginia linebacker will help improve their run defense in the future The 2017 season was the first campaign for Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips with the talented Los Angeles Rams defense,as he looked to fit existing personnel into his highly touted 3-4 scheme. The results were mixed. The Rams were 12th in points allowed, but 28th in rushing yards allowed. In an effort to muscle up against the run, the Rams traded team captain ILB Alec Ogletree, who had some excruciating missed tackles and a hefty salary for the inside linebacker position. The...
Redbird Rants 2 hours ago

St. Louis Cardinals: Thankful for no Manny Machado

The St. Louis Cardinals’ 2018 season may have changed its trajectory of late not at the hands of adding a high-dollar name and this is a very good thing. While many rumors had linked the St. Louis Cardinals to Manny Machado – the big name for MLB’s trade deadline – the Cardinal brass either (1) […] St. Louis Cardinals: Thankful for no Manny Machado - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Redbird Rants 3 hours ago

St. Louis Cardinals: NL Central team of the week, July 9- July 15

Check out which St. Louis Cardinals made the cut for the NL Central team of the week! In the NL Central, this week has been one of the most eventful weeks of the season. With the 4th place Pirates completing a five-game sweep over the 1st place, at the time, Brewers. The Cubs finally gained […] St. Louis Cardinals: NL Central team of the week, July 9- July 15 - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Falcoholic 3 hours ago
Brandin Cooks extension strengthens Julio Jones’ position in future contract talks

Brandin Cooks extension strengthens Julio Jones’ position in future contract talks

The Rams signed the newly-acquired receiver to a long-term deal, and the numbers add leverage to Julio’s argument this offseason or next. While Julio Jones waits, another wide receiver gets paid. On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Rams inked receiver Brandin Cooks to a long-term extension, keeping him in LA until the 2023 season. The five-year deal is worth $80 million, and will elevate his annual salary to an average of $16 million in 2019. The extension — signed before Cooks has played a down for the Rams — makes him one of the highest-paid wide receivers in the NFL, and lends further...
The Hockey Writers 3 hours ago

St. Louis Blues Still Have Questions in Net

No general manager in the NHL has been more active this summer than Doug Armstrong of the St. Louis Blues. Though his team missed the playoffs by just one point in 2017-18, Armstrong took strides to overhaul his roster through trade and free agency. Now, the Blues have a brand new look, but one question […] The post St. Louis Blues Still Have Questions in Net appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Redbird Rants 5 hours ago

St. Louis Cardinals: Incredible performance for Kevin Woodall Jr.

St. Louis Cardinals prospect Kevin Woodall Jr. had an unforgettable night as he hit three home runs and six RBIs on the night. Less than two months ago, the St. Louis Cardinals selected outfielder Kevin Woodall Jr. in the 10th round (303rd overall) of the MLB Draft. Woodall Jr. was known for his power, as […] St. Louis Cardinals: Incredible performance for Kevin Woodall Jr. - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Turf Show Times 5 hours ago
Random Ramsdom 7/19

Random Ramsdom 7/19

The Rams get excited for the Cooks deal and new starters on defense. Cooks: ‘It’s beyond special to sign extension with Rams’ | The Rams The Los Angeles Rams wide receiver (Brandin Cooks) is excited to sign a long term and lucrative contract with the Rams. Stan Kroenke Bio | SI Sports Illustrated breaks down the owners and how they came to own their franchises, this time, Enos Stanley Kroenke with the Rams. Rams will have new starters at outside linebacker | The Rams With Robert Quinn traded and Connor Barwin moving on, the Rams added a few new players to compete for time. Likely,...
Redbird Rants 6 hours ago

St. Louis Cardinals: The Cardinals push the reset button

On Saturday night, the St. Louis Cardinals pushed the reset button on the 2018 season by firing Manager Mike Matheny and hitting coaches John Mabry and Bill Mueller.  What’s ahead for the Cardinals in 2018 and beyond? Mike Schildt is now the interim manager of the St. Louis Cardinals and AAA Memphis hitting coach, Mark […] St. Louis Cardinals: The Cardinals push the reset button - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
6 hours ago
BenFred: Wong the perfect test case for impact of Shildt Effect

BenFred: Wong the perfect test case for impact of Shildt Effect

Second baseman one of multiple Cardinals who say they will fight to help Shildt loser the interim tag
Behind the Steel Curtain 7 hours ago
Rams’ RB Todd Gurley claims NFL ‘don't want to pay us’ after Le’Veon Bell rejects Steelers’ latest offer

Rams’ RB Todd Gurley claims NFL ‘don't want to pay us’ after Le’Veon Bell rejects Steelers’ latest offer

Le’Veon Bell wasn’t the only NFL running back disappointed with the amount of money the Steelers offered him on Monday It would appear that Le’Veon Bell wasn’t the only running back in the NFL disappointed with the contract offer the Pittsburgh Steelers made on Monday. While many in the media and a significant number of football fans might consider $70 million over five years a good deal, Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley isn’t one of them. When speaking to Cameron DaSilva of Rams Wire on Tuesday, it was clear that Gurley considered the Steelers’ offer far from...
Bleedin' Blue 8 hours ago

St. Louis Blues Fortunate To Have Affiliates For Goalie Surplus

The St. Louis Blues are flush with goaltenders right now. Fortunately, the Blues do have spots for them now that their minor league situation is fixed. One of the more messy things about the St. Louis Blues minor league situation over the past few years was their goaltending issue. It reared its head the most […] St. Louis Blues Fortunate To Have Affiliates For Goalie Surplus - Bleedin Blue - Bleedin Blue - A St. Louis Blues Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
14 hours ago
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Series preview: Cardinals at Cubs

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