Cardinals Minor League Notebook – April 25, 2019

The St. Louis Cardinals farm system went 2-2 on Wednesday, with Player of the Day Rayder Ascanio reaching base four times and plating the 10th inning walkoff winner in Palm Beach’s victory. Peoria and Springfield combined for just three runs in their setbacks, and Memphis pushed above .500 with a win.

Palm Beach Cardinals Notebook – 2019 Week 3

The Cardinals concluded the week at 4-3 to improve their overall record to 14-5, remaining the leader in the FSL South Division all season to date. Julio Rodriguez has gone on a tear with four straight multi-hit games while also clubbing two home runs. While Rodriguez has been raking, the Cardinals pitching staff has remained dominant and continues to be the engine that drives this team.

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Cardinals Minor League Notebook – April 24, 2019

St. Louis’ minors went 1-2 on Tuesday behind a ninth-inning rally by red-hot Palm Beach. Our Player of the Day is Beach Birds’ reliever C.J. Saylor, who picked up the win by fanning all six batters faced. In their losses, the beleaguered Springfield and Peoria staffs yielded a total of 17 runs.

Peoria Chiefs Notebook – 2019 Week 3

In the third week of Peoria Chiefs baseball, the team finished 2-4 for an overall record of 6-11 and last place in the Western Division. The offense tops the division in home runs (16), with Nolan Gorman and Lars Nootbaar leading the way with four each.

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Cardinals Minor League Notebook – April 23, 2019

It was a 3-1 Monday for the St. Louis Cardinal farm system. Memphis suffered the lone defeat despite two home runs by co-Player of the Day, outfielder Johan Mieses, who shared the award with Peoria starter Tommy Parsons and his complete game two-hit shutout. Springfield and Palm Beach needed no such pitching gems as they combined for 19 runs on 25 hits in their triumphs.

Cardinals Minor League Notebook – April 20, 2019

The St. Louis Cardinals system was 0-2 on Friday. Memphis and Palm Beach were rained out and will be played on Saturday. Our Player of the Day is Springfield starter Anthony Shew, who tossed seven innings, giving up only one run on four hits, and striking out five with no walks. He was charged with a loss that was undeserved, let down by his offense.

Roblin Heredia

Became a Cardinal: International minor league free agent signing announced April 18, 2019.

Wilmer Ortega

Became a Cardinal: International minor league free agent signing announced April 18, 2019.

Hansel Otamendi

Became a Cardinal: International minor league free agent signing announced April 18, 2019 for a reported bonus of between $150,000 and $300,000.

Edgar Manzo

Became a Cardinal: International minor league free agent signing announced April 18, 2019.

Carlos Arcia

Became a Cardinal: International minor league free agent signing announced April 18, 2019.