The Cardinals’ New York-Penn League affiliate had a 3-4 week as the offense was quieted in a key series for first place. Andrew Summerville joins fellow left-hander Daniel Castano atop the rotation.
The Cardinals’ New York-Penn League affiliate had a 4-3 week, but lost two very close games. All-Star right-handed pitcher Daniel Castano has been efficient and effective.
Fourth-place State College has yet to put together a long winning streak, but Evan Mendoza, Scott Hurst and Yariel Gonzalez are pacing the New York-Penn League’s #1 offense.
After suffering their first sweep of the season in a rain-shortened series against first-place West Virginia at the end of last week, the State College Spikes rebounded to take two of three against Mahoning Valley and split the first two games of the series at Batavia. Sam Tewes and Evan Mendoza are leading the way.
St. Louis’ New York-Penn League affiliate finished a 6-2 road trip in second place. 17th-round draft pick Will Latcham is performing extremely well out of the bullpen.
St. Louis Cardinals minor league pitcher Anthony Shew talks about his background and his 2017 success, which includes a recent promotion from State College to Peoria.
St. Louis’ New York-Penn League affiliate has won three in a row on the road and sit a game out of first place. After slow starts, new draftees Zach Kirtley and Scott Hurst are coming on at the plate.
St. Louis’ New York-Penn League affiliate worked two winning streaks around a losing skid and after a 4-3 week, remain in a first-place tie. Left-handed pitcher Daniel Castano explains how he continues to pitch effectively, deep into games.
In the second week of the season, the Cardinals New York-Penn League club went 4-2, but playing time is being sorted out even as the roster is still changing. Among early standouts are Anthony Shew, Daniel Castano, Joshua Lopez and 2017 draftee Evan Mendoza. Shew and his manager discuss the pitcher’s hot start.