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The Memphis Redbirds Could be Flying on to St. Louis

May 27, 2015


BY: CAMERON ANDREW The Redbirds are off to a rough start with a current record of 6-13.  While additions to AutoZone Park have created a wonderful environment to watch baseball games, the actual play of our Memphis team has been sloppy and inconsistent thus far. Yet despite the poor record, a few individuals are putting […]

Top Prospects on the Memphis Redbirds

April 28, 2015


BY: CAMERON ANDREW The weather might not have caught up yet, but spring has arrived, and along with it we welcome the return of Redbirds baseball. With spring training in full swing and the first game at AutoZone Park against the Iowa Cubs on April 9th, here are a couple of the top prospects in […]

AutoZone Park in for Massive Rennovation

March 27, 2015


By Cameron Andrew Memphis is about to be the home of one of the nicest Minor League Baseball stadiums in the country; the updated AutoZone Park. As the home of the Memphis Redbirds, AutoZone Park is undergoing a multimillion-dollar stadium renovation that will improve the ballpark experience for Memphians all around. The St. Louis Cardinals, […]

AutoZone Park: A Solution after a Decade of Debt

January 23, 2014


By Casey Black On January 7, City Council voted to acquire AutoZone Park for $24 million, keeping the Redbirds and, subsequently, the St. Louis Cardinals in Memphis for at least 17 more years. The decision arrived after a petition organized by the Redbirds front office and a spirited “Rally for the Park” hours before the […]