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Redbird Rejects Ep. 10 – Weird Stadium Toilets, Fans Posing as Players, Cardinals Talk


Cardinals road games vs. the Nationals and Brewers brings back memories of weird stadium toilets and busting fans posing as players. Here’s the rundown: 00:45 Cardinals starting pitching shockingly continues to struggle. Who saw this coming? 5:15 Has Michael Wacha ever faced failure in his life? Could that prolong this slump? 12:30 Pinch hitting = Two hours sitting on the ...

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McLaughlin on Wacha’s Struggles: ‘If You’re the Cardinals, You’re Concerned’

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Michael Wacha’s struggles have been a surprise during a season the young starter was supposed to assume a more primary role among the Cardinals rotation. the righty’s last win came April 23 in San Diego and he’s struggled mightily through his last five starts. Cards television announcer, Dan McLaughlin recently told 101ESPN what he’s seen from Wacha and described why ...

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Redbirds Reverb: The Role Reversal is Real; Cubs Are Dominating the Cardinals

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Chicago Cubs 12, Cardinals 3 … Game No. 46 … May 24 at Busch Stadium The overview: After a late-inning raid for a comeback 4-3 win over the Cubs in Monday’s series opener, the Cardinals’ hopes of going on a hot streak were annihilated quickly and early. In a game televised nationally by ESPN, the Cubs mugged Cards’ starting pitcher Michael ...

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Daily Bernie: May 24 – Cards’ Power a Jolt if Rotation Improves, Sharks’ Top Guys are Killing Blues

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The Cardinals’ unexpected 2016 power has been a welcome surprise, with Monday’s walk-off win over the Cubs being the latest reminder. Bernie covers this topic on Tuesday’s show and talks all things Cardinals with ESPN Baseball analyst, Rick Sutcliffe. The host also dissects the Blues’ latest home woes with NBC hockey analyst, Joe Micheletti, who gives insight on Jake Allen ...

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Peralta’s Return Will Tighten Cards’ Defense, Memorial Day Should Tighten Rotation

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The Cardinals have been the definition of average, of mediocrity, just past the 2016 season’s quarter pole. They’ve played like a .500 team. Their record is 23-21. Among those 23 wins are three and four-game winning streaks against the miserable Braves, Brewers and Angels. Among the 21 losses are three and four game losing streaks to Pittsburgh and spread over ...

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