1:16 AM EDT, Sun August 18, 2019
1 hour ago

Cardinals notebook: Retiring Brennaman has seen enough of today's baseball

Hall of Fame announcer laments that baseball isn't played the way it used to be but hopes for pendulum to swing back.
2 hours ago
Rookie's home run gives Cards blues

Rookie's home run gives Cards blues

CINCINNATI — The Cardinals’ Matt Carpenter and Cincinnati rookie Aristides Aquino each hit his 11th homer of the season Saturday night. The difference was that Carpenter’s season has lasted nearly five months. Aquino’s season has lasted just more than two…
Red Reporter 3 hours ago
Aristides Aquino homers again as Reds pound Cardinals 6-1

Aristides Aquino homers again as Reds pound Cardinals 6-1

David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports His miracle run continues! The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game It’s virtually impossible to talk about all the ways I’ve mentioned that it’s virtually impossible to quantify what Aristides Aquino has been doing to baseballs of late. Yet here we are, and there he is, still destroying baseballs at a rate we have never once seen before in Major League Baseball history. Aquino went deep yet again on Saturday, crushing a 3-run blast against the St. Louis Cardinals to effectively cement this win for the Cincinnati Reds. It marked his 11th homer...
Redbird Rants 9 hours ago

St. Louis Cardinals: Cliche or not, every win counts

The St. Louis Cardinals are back to owning the lead in the NL Central. Where do the Cardinals’ chances sit for making the playoffs? It is a bit of a cliche to say that, “every win counts!” for the St. Louis Cardinals but as with most cases, they really are true. For as frustrating, flawed, improperly […] St. Louis Cardinals: Cliche or not, every win counts - Redbird Rants - Redbird Rants - A St. Louis Cardinals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
9 hours ago
Molina (.160), DeJong (.133) sit against Reds' DeSclafani

Molina (.160), DeJong (.133) sit against Reds' DeSclafani

Wong (nothing for 19) remains in vs. Reds' righthander, who will be opposed by Cardinals' Mikolas. Wong had four hits on Friday.