10:36 PM EST, Wed December 11, 2019
6 hours ago
Report: Out to prove his health, Wacha lands one-year deal with Mets

Report: Out to prove his health, Wacha lands one-year deal with Mets

SAN DIEGO — A day after Cardinals manager Mike Shildt stumped for his former starter Michael Wacha and suggested that the righthander's next team would be getting a steal, Wacha has found that team.
Redbird Rants 8 hours ago

St. Louis Cardinals: Could the Price be right with Boston?

As the Winter Meetings chug along, the St. Louis Cardinals are rumored to be interested in trading for David Price of the Red Sox. Does this fit? These may not be on the top of the list of Red Sox players that St. Louis Cardinals fans want John Mozeliak to go after this winter, but […] St. Louis Cardinals: Could the Price be right with Boston? - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Redbird Rants 10 hours ago

FanSided 250: St. Louis Cardinals fans should’ve been ranked higher

The St. Louis Cardinals deserved better in this year’s FanSided 250 after being ranked too low in all, especially in the MLB. It’s a common phrase around St. Louis that the St. Louis Cardinals have the “Best Fans in Baseball.” I’m not sure if it’s known outside of our city that this is a thing, […] FanSided 250: St. Louis Cardinals fans should’ve been ranked higher - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
22 hours ago
From Bader's hitting to Carpenter's hitting the weights, offseason plans gain 'clarity'

From Bader's hitting to Carpenter's hitting the weights, offseason plans gain 'clarity'

SAN DIEGO — From the hothouse batting cages of Miami to the weights of a workout room in Texas, the Cardinals’ individualized offseason plans have started revealing themselves as players around the roster begin ramping up baseball activities.
22 hours ago
BenFred: Cardinals manager, like his team's fans, wouldn't mind some more thump

BenFred: Cardinals manager, like his team's fans, wouldn't mind some more thump

SAN DIEGO — Baseball teams, super agent Scott Boras said here Tuesday, can be broken down by their pattern of flight — or their refusal to get off the ground.