The St. Louis Cardinals system was 2-4 on Friday. Our Players of the Day are the Springfield Cardinals pitchers. Starting pitcher Ryan Helsley and relievers Pedro Echemendia and Rowan Wick combined for a one-hit shutout of the Corpus Christi Hooks.
Multi-positional infielder Jacob Wilson discusses taking on a leadership role with the younger Springfield Cardinals in addition to the offensive adjustments that allowed him to get back to his career norms.
The 4-3 Thursday across the St. Louis Cardinals system included extra-inning wins for Memphis and Palm Beach. Player of the Day Dakota Hudson delivered a quality start for the Redbirds.
(photo: John Nogowski/Springfield Cardinals FANatic Photos) John Nogowski quickly learned how much of a roller coaster ride professional baseball can be. The game takes players on detours through different parts of the country as they pursue their dreams of playing at the highest level in baseball. Four months ago, the Florida State product did not …
Now 38 games above .500, the 78-40 Memphis Redbirds are still red hot as indicated by a 6-2 week. The pitching staff continued to control games, holding opponents to two or less runs in five of the six wins. Breyvic Valera is the Pacific Coast League Player of the Week.
The ramifications of Stephen Piscotty reporting to Triple-A Memphis occurred on Thursday with a promotion to one outfielder, a release to an infielder, and a 2017 draftee joined a full-season club.
Brian Walton explains his thinking behind the St. Louis Cardinals’ seven most likely invitees to the 2017 Arizona Fall League, along with other potential choices.
It was a 4-3 Wednesday across the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system. Our Player of the Day, Austin Gomber, tossed seven innings of three-hit, scoreless ball for first-place Springfield.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ Texas League affiliate in Springfield has moved back into first place with less than a month remaining. Manager Johnny Rodriguez discusses what he expects from his players. A number of pitchers have stepped up, including Chris Ellis, Austin Gomber, Sandy Alcantara and Andrew Morales.
After dropping three of four at home to Clearwater, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Florida State League affiliate took the first two against division-leading Fort Myers for a 3-3 week. Jordan Hicks has a 19-inning scoreless mound streak and Luke Dykstra is batting .400 over his last nine games.
The Cardinal Nation’s 18th-ranked prospect, right-handed pitcher Ryan Helsley, discusses his standout 2017, including a recent promotion to Double-A Springfield.
The 7-1 Tuesday across the St. Louis Cardinals system included two wins for the Memphis steamroller. Ramon Santos and Evan Guillory each tossed seven innings of two-hit scoreless baseball, leading Palm Beach and Johnson City to victories.
St. Louis Cardinals prospects Evan Mendoza, Yariel Gonzalez, Joshua Lopez, Scott Hurst, Daniel Castano and Andrew Summerville to represent the State College Spikes on the South squad in the August 15 NYPL All-Star Game.
The Peoria Chiefs (25-19) finished 4-3 this week as the offense shouldered most of the load. Peoria broke multiple Midwest League records in their offensive explosion and Stephen Trosclair became just the third Chiefs player to hit for the cycle. Currently atop the Western Division Wild Card standings, the Chiefs are also just four games back of first place.
Springfield Cardinals pitcher Andrew Morales and his manager discuss the right-hander’s successful move to relief.
The 4-3 Monday across the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system is highlighted by 11 strikeouts from lefty Austin Warner in Peoria’s win.
The St. Louis Cardinals system features three hitters who are their league’s Player of the Week for the period of July 31 through August 6, including two repeaters.
Dexter Fowler is healthy and returning to the St. Louis Cardinals lineup, but Stephen Piscotty is back in Triple-A for the first time in over two years.
Jack Flaherty’s seven-inning scoreless stint led Memphis to one of the system’s three wins on Sunday. Ryan Helsley tossed a strong performance in Springfield’s win and Luis Bandes went yard for the fourth time in four days for Johnson City.
The St. Louis Cardinals lost two of three in Milwaukee, but reversed the tables at last-place Cincinnati for a 3-3 week. The club has again inched to within one game of .500 for the season. Paul DeJong earned July NL Rookie honors and Yadier Molina is heating up at the plate.
Exclusive, in-depth weekly news from the St. Louis Cardinals’ rookie-level affiliate in the Gulf Coast League, straight from the back fields of Jupiter. A 4-0 week has pushed the club over .500 and into third place. Infielder/outfielder Donivan Williams leads the team in OBP and has moved up in the order.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ rookie-level Appalachian League club went 3-3 on the week and remains one game under .500. Outfielder Chase Pinder leads Johnson City with a .345 batting average. Jacob Schlesener has a 1.35 ERA and 35 strikeouts over his last 20 innings.
On Sunday, Adam Wainwright was activated off the St. Louis Cardinals’ 10-day disabled list, only to be replaced by reliever Kevin Siegrist.
Still at Stanford last June, Tommy Edman is already performing at the Double-A level in August 2017. The Springfield shortstop and others discuss why.
The St. Louis Cardinals system was 5-3 on Saturday. Our Player of the Day is outfielder Randy Arozarena, who hit a walk off home run in Springfield’s win. Jacob Schlesener fanned 13 in six innings in Johnson City’s extra-inning loss.
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.
The St. Louis Cardinals system was 5-3 on Friday. Stefan Trosclair hit for the cycle as Peoria had a record offensive outburst. Austin Gomber pitched seven scoreless innings, allowed three hits and struck out seven in Springfield’s shutout win.