What clues about the St. Louis Cardinals’ plans for season-opening minor league assignments and position changes might we glean from early spring training working rosters?
The St. Louis Cardinals have sent 10 players to minor league camp, including nine members of The Cardinal Nation top 50 prospects.
The St. Louis Cardinals have set one-year contracts with 20 pre-arbitration players. The team renewed the contracts of two others, pitchers Jack Flaherty and Jordan Hicks. The difference is explained.
FOX Sports Tennessee and FOX Sports Southeast plan to televise 146 regular season St. Louis Cardinals games in 2019.
The St. Louis Cardinals have a much higher percentage of pitchers developing new offerings this spring than the Major League Baseball average.
The St. Louis Cardinals have opened their 2019 minor league spring training camp with 151 players, including STEP Campers, US-based players in 2018 and a handful of arrivals from the Dominican Summer League.
Brian Walton reviews the resolution of differences between Major League Baseball and the Mexican League in the context of player movement.
The St. Louis Cardinals have added their 25th international signing of the current July 2nd signing period, a pitcher from Colombia, William Miranda.
Became a Cardinal: International free agent signed to a minor league contract on March 1, 2019.
No MLB team has a fixed 25-man roster – there is always change. The St. Louis Cardinals have experienced a 72 percent roster turnover in the last three years, with several spots changing more than once. The multi-year roster makeover does not look anywhere near complete, with trade acquisitions having filled the most gaps. A projected look ahead to 2020 is also provided.
The St. Louis Cardinals are 3-4-2 in spring training action and Matt Wieters and Miles Mikolas have new contracts. In our weekly history feature, the Hall of Fame career of one of the greatest Cardinals ever, Lou Brock, is remembered.
Breaking down 30 members of the St. Louis Cardinals system added since the 2018 season ended. This group includes three new Cardinals likely to make the Opening Day 25-man roster, led by new first baseman Paul Goldschmidt and lefty Andrew Miller, along with utility man Drew Robinson.
Remembering 36 members of the St. Louis Cardinals system from 2018 who left the organization during this past off-season.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ full system view by position and level also reflects all transactions across the entire organization during 2019 spring training.
Our 10th annual analysis and consolidation of national top 10 lists of St. Louis Cardinals prospects from seven different national entities – comparing them to our own list, of course!
Baseball Prospectus takes the long road in an apology of sorts to John Mozeliak after they labeled his July 2018 remarks about Dexter Fowler as “implicitly racist” in a book that came out this month.
Became a Cardinal: Signed to a minor league contract on February 27, 2019. Added to the 40-man roster on March 22, 2019.
On Wednesday, the St. Louis Cardinals are expected to finalize a minor league contract with free agent catcher Matt Wieters.
The St. Louis Cardinals have finalized a four-year, $68 million contract extension with the current leader of their pitching rotation, right-hander Miles Mikolas. The new deal covers 2020 through 2023.
The St. Louis Cardinals have invited two additional players to the 2019 minor league STEP Camp, including a returnee from 2018.
The St. Louis Cardinals are 1-1 in early spring training action and outfielder Jose Martinez has a new contract. In our weekly history feature, the Hall of Fame career of The Fordham Flash, Frankie Frisch, is remembered.
Links to recent content which is St. Louis Cardinals spring training-related – both Major League and minor league – including rosters, schedules and more!
The St. Louis Cardinals have avoided 2020 arbitration with key outfield reserve Jose Martinez via a new two-year deal covering this season and next.
Between them, FOX Sports Tennessee and FOX Sports Southeast plan to pick up all 15 spring training St. Louis Cardinals games originating with FOX Sports Midwest in 2019.
Headshots of 31 St. Louis Cardinals position players and five coaches from the team’s annual photo day in Major League camp.
Headshots of 33 St. Louis Cardinals hurlers and five coaches from the team’s annual photo day in Major League camp.
In composite rankings from national sources, the St. Louis Cardinals farm system is in the middle of the MLB pack in 2019 and third in the National League Central Division, very consistent with their placement in the prior four years. Comparisons to the last 10 years are provided. Continuing concern about the future is explained.