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The St. Louis Cardinals now have a threatening lineup with Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado as the anchors. Throw in the ace Jack Flaherty and you've got a pretty good start to a team right there. With a down NL Central, the division crown is there for the taking. Tune in daily for news, reactions and analysis on the Locked On Cardinals Podcast. Host and Cardinals mega-fan Lucas Smith (@ljfastball) breaks down all the Cardinal news Monday-Friday as the Cardinals look for a pennant in 2021
 
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It's time to renew one of the biggest rivalries in sports. The St. Louis Cardinals are in Chicago for a three game series against the Chicago Cubs. Joe Kilgallon of Locked On Cubs joins the show to discuss this upcoming series. The Cubs have been playing great with a great bullpen and the former Cardinal Patrick Wisdom is playing out of his mind. T…
 
This episode digs into the Cardinals Radio Network archives to unearth a conversation between Keith Hernandez, Mike Shannon, and Mike Claiborne. The three discuss Hernandez’s baseball career and how he has watched the game evolve from the broadcast booth in recent years
 
Description: The guys from the Cubs Cards Cast joined Ron today as the Cubs return to Busch Stadium for the first time since 2019. About the show: Website: Two Birds on a Bat Facebook: Two Birds on a Bat Twitter: @birdsonabatshow Email questions or comments to the show: info@twobirdsonabat.com Get Two Birds on a Bat on iTunes, Opening Day 2021 Goog…
 
Adam Wainwright goes seven strong innings and Tyler O'Neill hits two home runs as the Cardinals win 8-2, ending their losing streak of six games. Wainwright is the definition of a stopper and is a breed we don't see too much of today. O'Neill's capability of impacting the game on both sides of the ball in so many ways is something we need to apprec…
 
For the 200th time, Lucas is talking Cardinal baseball with you. Sadly, it comes during a rough stretch for the Redbirds. It might be only June, but should Mike Shildt or his staff be on the hot seat? Carlos Martinez blew up again and has proven to be too unreliable at the Major League level. This offense is in a rut, but hopefully they can score a…
 
A new day and a new series for the St. Louis Cardinals. After their first off day in two-plus weeks, St. Louis welcomes the Cleveland Indians into town for a quick two-game set. This month still looks hopeful for the Cardinals if they can turn it around now. Lucas takes a deep dive into the pitching matchups for today and tomorrow, giving his predi…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals have lost five in a row and are now just two games above .500. For the first time since May of 1990, the Cincinnati Reds have a four-game sweep of the Cardinals in St. Louis. Mike Shildt says he is not worried, but should he be? We are getting in to the middle portion of the schedule and the Cardinals are not in a place they…
 
Do managers make or break winning/losing games? Not always, but Mike Shildt probably made a mistake in yesterday's 4-2 loss to the Cincinnati Reds. Hindsight is always 20/20, but even in real time the 9th inning had some questionable decisions. Yesterday's game saw minimal positives; Adam Wainwright's performance and the incredible relay from Dylan…
 
The Cardinals played an ugly finale against the LA Dodgers last night. Carlos Martinez was historically bad, only recording two outs and surrendering 10 runs. What did we learn from this game? The Cardinals need a starter, Carlos Martinez still isn't reliable and the Cardinals need to get healthy. Lucas talks about the few positives from this game,…
 
Baseball rarely has just one hero, but Tyler O'Neill did his best Superman impression last night. He had two hits, a key stolen base and a remarkable game-ending (and gave-saving) catch. Dylan Carlson and Tommy Edman also added sparkling defensive gems in the sixth to help get the Cardinals out of a jam. John Gant needed every help from his defense…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals fell to the Los Angeles Dodgers yesterday by the final of 9-4. Chris Taylor put together an at-bat for the ages to sink St. Louis. The bullpen is showing signs of wear and tear, despite it's only June 1. Jack Flaherty leaving due to hurting himself at the plate, which is reason enough for Lucas to want the DH in the NL. This…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals took three out of four against the Arizona Diamondbacks this weekend. While winning a series is always a good thing, this next series is a real test of where the Cardinals are at. Memorial Day is a major checkpoint in the season, so the Cardinals being in first place is a welcome sight. Lucas gives a recap on what went right…
 
Carlos Martinez had a no-hitter through six innings, then fell apart in the 7th. Regardless, the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Arizona Diamondbacks last night 5-4. While Genesis Cabrera and Giovanny Gallegos struggled out of the 'pen, Ryan Helsley and Daniel Ponce de Leon were masterful; the former pulling off a Houdini act. Offensively, Tyler O'Nei…
 
The Cardinals are traveling out West to face off against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Millard Shane Thomas of Locked On Diamondbacks joins the show to give his insight on the D-Backs. Arizona is coming in on a 10 game losing streak, and have been ravished by injuries. The two also take a look at how the Paul Goldschmidt trade has worked out, three yea…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals salvaged the final game of the series against the Chicago White Sox by winning 4-0. John Gant, Genesis Cabrera, Giovanny Gallegos and Alex Reyes combined for the shutout. Gallegos even had to change hats but still got the job done. Lucas breaks down the abysmal bottom part of the Cardinal lineup that went 0-12 with 9 strikeo…
 
Two games, two losses for the St. Louis Cardinals in Chicago. Monday's was defined by Mike Shildt leaving KK Kim in the game for a batter too long and Tuesday's by sloppy play from the Cardinals. Jack Flaherty gave up 7 runs, only 3 of them earned, in his worst start of the season. Bottom line in both games were that the Cardinals did not hit, and …
 
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The Chicago Cubs took two out of three against the St. Louis Cardinals over the weekend. Yadier Molina hit a game-winning home run in Saturday's win while Adam Wainwright dominated in Sunday's loss. While most of the series was close and fun, the Cardinal weaknesses of a young bullpen and weak depth were exposed. Lucas breaks down the tough loss Su…
 
This is as big as a series can get in mid-May, so Joe Kilgallon of Locked On Cubs joins the show to discuss this upcoming series with the Chicago Cubs. Joe and Lucas cover it all, from season updates, why the Cubs are playing well, why the Cubs shouldn't sell and breaking down the pitching probables for the weekend. Support Us By Supporting Our Spo…
 
With a two game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Cardinals did exactly what they needed to do. The offense was clicking and, for the most part, they pitched well. Edman and Goldschmidt busted out of their "slumps" Lucas was talking about and Arenado continues his HOT May. Lucas discusses why it's time for Tyler Webb to go, why Kodi Whitley dese…
 
St. Louis broke it's three game losing streak with a 5-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday. Nolan Arenado homered for the 4th consecutive game, Tommy Edman had a 3-hit performance and John Gant turned in the best start of his season. Paul Goldschmidt and Justin Williams continue to struggle, but the bullpen continues to pitch lights-out. In…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals have a two game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates this week as well as a three game set with the Chicago Cubs. All five games are at home, and the Cardinals NEED to take advantage of this opportunity to gain some ground in the NL Central. Lucas also discusses Albert Pujols to the Dodgers, how Miles Mikolas can help the t…
 
Well... THAT was ugly. The St. Louis Cardinals were swept over the weekend and it was the definition of a forgettable series. Cardinal hurlers were unable to keep the ball in the strike zone, walking 28 men in the series. The offense was close to nonexistent and defnese was lackluster at times. All you can do now is move on, but Lucas has to talk a…
 
It's playoff time...which means it's also time for COVID shenanigans with the St. Louis Blues! David Perron gets added to the list right before their series with the Presidents Trophy-winning Colorado Avalanche begins. Tom and Mason preview the series with Griffin Youngs with the Tell It Avs It Is podcast, plus...- Jack Eichel to St. Louis?- Round …
 
The St. Louis Cardinals are traveling to San Diego to take on the Padres. Javier Reyes of Locked On Padres joins the show to break down the struggling Friars. He and Lucas talk what's going on with their teams, break down the probables and give their predictions for the series. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals fell 4-1 to the Brewers last night. Plain and simple, they weren't able to get anything going against Brandon Woodruff. He struck out 10 in 7.2 innings, surrendering only one run on a Tyler O'Neill home run. John Gant didn't pitch horribly for the Cardinals, but Ryan Helsley wasn't able to keep the Brewers offense down. Luca…
 
YOUR questions are answered on today's show! It's been a nice start for the Cardinals, but let's look at possible moves they could make at the deadline. Should they target a starter? If so, who? Lucas' preseason prediction was around 92 wins for this team, has that changed after 36 games? Also, what should the Cardinals do at short if Paul DeJong c…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals scored a run in the 8th and five in the 11th for a 6-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. Freddy Peralta and KK Kim gave us a tremendous pitcher's duel for the first part of the game, but the Cardinal bats battled and came through in the end. Harrison Bader played a key part in the first run, while Paul Goldschmidt and Tyler O'…
 
For the third weekend in a row, the St. Louis Cardinals have a sweep. This sweep came against the Colorado Rockies, Nolan Arenado's former team. Arenado hit a home run yesterday, but Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright stole the show Sunday afternoon. Saturday's game saw a slug fest, proving the Cardinals can handle one of those and Friday was Flaher…
 
The St. Louis Blues are in the playoffs, but they sputtered once again on the way back.Is it time to beat up Zach Sanford again in practice? And who gets the rights this time?INTRODUCING: the Bare-Knuckle Blues Bracket! A battle between 32 Blues to determine who wins the right to pound Sanford in the face (he could even win the right to punch himse…
 
Benjamin Hochman of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has a new book out on the 2011 World Series Championship team called, "11 in '11." He joins the show to talk about this book and the multitude of stories in it. From the hometown hero of David Freese to the "larger than life" figure of Albert Pujols, that remarkable 2011 team had it all. Baseball has …
 
The St. Louis Cardinals won game one of the doubleheader yesterday, but were unable to pull off a sweep of the New York Mets after falling 7-2 in the second. Game one saw home runs from the two Pauls, and while DeJong might have as much pressure on him as last season, he is still an important cog in this lineup. Since it was just a 7 inning game, t…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals have won five in a row and are tied for first place in the NL Central. All the scoring was done by the third inning of yesterday's game, but boy were they exciting. Harrison Bader made another impact and Nolan Arenado continues to be just what the doctor ordered for St. Louis. While Waino wasn't fantastic, he kept the Cardin…
 
Any sweep is a good sweep, but a sweep against a division foe is always one to celebrate. The St. Louis Cardinals did just that by sweeping the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park over the weekend. A lot of things went well for the Redbirds, scoring 15 runs on 25 hits over the first two games and then Carlos Martinez dominating in game three. Tyler O'Ne…
 
The Blues are actually playing good hockey again! Tom, Wags, and Mason explore:The reasons for the Blues good playThe maddening enigma that is Zach SanfordThe Blues remaining scheduleWho terrifies us the most out of the potential 1st round matchupsWe just can't accept a future without Jaden Schwartz as a BlueKlim Kostin is coming!TEESPRING STORE: h…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals are traveling to Pittsburgh for a three game series, their first of the year against the Pirates. Pittsburgh currently sits at 12-12, and Lucas thinks they are over performing. Not to take this series lightly, as JT Brubaker has had a solid campaign so far and he starts tonight for the Buccos. John Gant will oppose him, look…
 
Xavier Scruggs hosts The Bigs, a new MLB podcast featuring player-to-player conversations. He joins our show to talk about his new podcasting venture and tell stories from his time in the Cardinals organization. It’s a discussion about the human side of baseball, and making your dreams come true.
 
The St. Louis Cardinals have wrapped up a 5-2 homestand and now sit at 13-12 with one day remaining in April. This series against the Philadelphia Phillies was a bizarre on. Lucas breaks down the Cabrera/Harper/HBP situation and gives this thoughts on the situations that followed. Pitching continued to impress this week while the offense still has …
 
Pete Rose was almost a Cardinal? That's right, baseball's hit king said that if he had to do it all over again, he would've joined the St. Louis Cardinals in 1978. Corey Miller of KSDK joins the show to discuss Pete Rose's recent interview with Frank Cusumano on KSDK's Sports Plus show. Charlie Hustle has a tremendous amount of respect for St. Loui…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals fell 2-1 yesterday to the Philadelphia Phillies in a great pitcher's duel. Many disagreed with Mike Shildt's decision to leave Adam Wainwright in the game for the last inning, but Lucas was ok with it. Lucas breaks down Wainwright's performance and gives his take on letting him back out for the 9th. All the credit in the wor…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals have swept the Cincinnati Reds, showing off how dominant their pitching can be. Even going back to the Washington series, the starting pitching has been locked in. We can enjoy this sweep, but we also cannot get too far ahead of ourselves, it's all a balancing act. With players like Dylan Carlson and Tyler O'Neill heating up…
 
Should Vladimir Tarasenko be exposed to the Seattle Kraken? Will the St. Louis Blues actually make a respectable playoff run AND 1st round showing?Those questions and more are discussed and answered by Wags, Blues Fan Reacts, and Tom Franklin, who decided to go out to the lake for some reason.TEESPRING STORE: https://teespring.com/stores/bluenotesO…
 
17 games in 17 days begins TONIGHT. The Cincinnati Reds are in town for a three game set against the Cardinals, so Jeff Carr of Locked On Reds joins the show. How have the Reds been since Opening Weekend? Both teams are underperforming and haven't won a series in a LONG time, so which streak ends this weekend? Jeff and Lucas break down pitching mat…
 
There's an off day today, but then the Cardinals play 17 games in as many days. The next two-plus weeks could be very important in the season for St. Louis. With the opponents being the Reds, Phillies, Pirates, Mets and Rockies they have a chance to beat up on some possibly weaker teams. In order to do that, the pitching needs to ride this wave of …
 
The St. Louis Cardinals have lost another series, dropping the rubber game 1-0 to the Washington Nationals. On the bright side, Carlos Martinez turned in his best start since 2018, going 6 innings and allowing just one run. Andrew Knizner also made the most of his opportunity, making muliple hustle plyas that don't show up in the box score. This of…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals currently sit at 8-8, so not a great start for a team with playoff aspirations. Their wins see offensive explosions while their losses see the offense going quiet. Is this sustainable? Probably not, Lucas looks at the offense over the weekend and points out a few of the bright sports bing Paul DeJong, Justin Williams and Yad…
 
On this week's agenda:The Blues 2nd period woes...and are they fragile?Cori Crenshaw with Sporty with Cori and Richie joins us to give the Arizona perspective on the Blues/Coyotes game Saturday night, plus a look at the EPIC RACE FOR 4THAds...on NHL jerseys?A fitting farewell to Bobby PlagerIs going to Top Golf for the nachos like going to a strip …
 
Ben Frederickson of the St. Louis Post Dispatch is back for another show! In Part two of the conversation, he and Lucas shift their conversations from the offense to pitching. While the bullpen has been great to start the season, they are probably being overused. What are the plans with Kim and Mikolas and Ben shares his thoughts on Carlos Martinez…
 
Ruffled Feathers and the Team Of Rivals Podcast joined up again this week to talk about the Cardinals and Cubs 12 games into the season. The Cubs fans are eager for the team to dismantle, and Cardinals fans seem to be at odds on whether Matt Carpenter is good, unlucky, or bad. About the show: Website: Two Birds on a Bat Facebook: Two Birds on a Bat…
 
Ben Frederickson of the St. Louis Post Dispatch joins the show to talk some Cardinal baseball. In part one, he and Lucas talk about the offensive struggles of the outfield, how special a moment it was for Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright yesterday and what the plan is with Matt Carpenter. Can Carp return to form and help the team? How long is the …
 
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