Memphis Redbirds Rebranded Logo, Jerseys 'To Capture Soul of City'The primary logo replicates that of a neon street sign, quickly calling to mind Memphis’ iconic Beale Street, located just a few blocks from the ballpark.
Cardinals Name New Minor League Affiliate ManagersFan-favorite Richard “Stubby” Clapp was named the new manager at Memphis and Johnny Rodriguez will take over as manager of the Springfield Cardinals (AA).
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Rob Steeples, De Smet FootballThe first-year head coach 'made a living off practice' during a NFL career, and is preaching that to his new team.
Extreme Makeover: Graceland Updating Visitor CenterThe $45 million complex is set to open next spring, replacing the aging visitor center across the street from the Graceland home where the rock and roll singer and film star spent 20 years before his death on Aug. 16, 1977.
VIDEO: Hazelbaker Thrown At, Brawl Starts at AAA MemphisThe Redbirds later tweeted about the fight and said there were six ejections.
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A Music Lover's Guide To The SouthGuide to five of the most important cities to visit in the South for music lovers
Cardinals Place Matt Holliday on 15-Day DLThe St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have placed outfielder Matt Holliday (right quadriceps strain) on the 15-day disabled list, and recalled infielder Greg Garcia from Memphis (AAA).
3 Accused of Bid to Steal Trailer Loaded with Toilet PaperAuthorities say three Memphis men are accused of trying to steal a semi trailer loaded with toilet paper valued at $70,000.
Cardinals Purchase Outfielder/First Baseman Stephen PiscottyThe St. Louis Cardinals announced Tuesday prior to their series opener with the Chicago White Sox that they have purchased outfielder/first baseman Stephen Piscotty from Memphis (AAA).
Cardinals Pitcher Lance Lynn Placed on 15-Day DLManager Mike Matheny has tabbed Lyons to start tomorrow afternoon’s game against Kansas City.
Cards Place Matt Adams on DLThe St. Louis Cardinals place first baseman Matt Adams on the 15-day disabled list.