Remembering former St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Ripper Collins, a colorful character, World Champion and the game’s best switch hitter during the Gashouse Gang era.
The full history of results posted by the St. Louis Cardinals Class A-Advanced-level franchise, currently the Palm Beach Cardinals of the Florida State League, including the best players and teams over three decades.
Minor league players will be paid $400 per week through May, but the draft and the minor league season may look very different in 2020.
The Cardinal Nation announces its third-annual in-depth Prospect Guide, now available in printed book and PDF formats.
A new series of articles revisit the rich history of the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system – its teams and standout players over time.
Good news: 6,500 games from the 2019 minor league season can be viewed for free on MiLB.TV. Bad news: How to find the best ones? Good news: TCN Springfield reporter Derek Shore shares his seven must-see Double-A Cardinals contests.
St. Louis Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak explains the club’s roster plans ahead after 10 minor leaguers were released recently. Brian Walton profiles the 10 now-former Cardinals.
During our global crisis, how does communication continue to flow for a Major League Baseball organization that includes as many as 300 players from top to bottom as well as close to 200 coaches and staff across the system?
Due to travel ramifications from the coronavirus, at least 18 players in the St. Louis Cardinals organization have yet to return to their native countries.
The last 57 years of results posted by the St. Louis Cardinals Double-A franchise, currently the Springfield Cardinals of the Texas League, broken down by year and location, with top teams and players highlighted.
Remembering Lon Warneke, another former Chicago Cubs pitcher who later starred for the St. Louis Cardinals and authored a no-hitter before becoming an umpire.
The last 57 years of results posted by the St. Louis Cardinals Triple-A franchise, currently the Memphis Redbirds of the Pacific Coast League, offer an interesting contrast.
Based on recent changes by MLB and the St. Louis Cardinals, the structure an expanded season-opening roster of 29 players comes into focus.
How much expense may Major League Baseball save in 2020 and shift to 2021 and 2022 by its plan to shorten and restrict the 2020 First-Year Player Draft?
St. Louis Cardinals 40-man roster players Genesis Cabrera, Junior Fernandez, Alex Reyes and Andrew Knizner were optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Thursday, March 26.
Revisiting both the best and worst 10-year periods across the history of St. Louis Cardinals farm system, in terms of regular season winning, post-season appearances and league titles.
The first in our new series on the history of the St. Louis Cardinals farm system looks at the big picture highs and lows over the last 57 years and over 43,000 games.
In composite rankings from national sources, the St. Louis Cardinals farm system is again in the middle, consistent with the prior five years. However, St. Louis is first in the National League Central Division as their closest competition fades. Comparisons to the last decade-plus are provided. Continuing questions about the future are explained.
Highlighting a former Chicago Cubs left-handed pitcher who was part of a trade to the St. Louis Cardinals for Dizzy Dean and later authored a no-hitter for the Cincinnati Reds.
One of the many celebrations of the successes during the 2019 season across the St. Louis Cardinals organization is those players who received league awards. This is a special part of the opening of minor league spring training camp.
Brian Walton looks into factors that might impact the decision whether or not to hold the 2020 Major League First-Year Player Draft.
St. Louis Cardinals 40-man roster players Austin Dean, Justin Williams, Edmundo Sosa and Jake Woodford were optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Thursday, March 19. Three are top-20 prospects in the system.
The St. Louis Cardinals continue to invest in “fourth coach” positions to build a pipeline of future scouting and coaching candidates. The 2020 hires bring a diverse set of experiences.
10 of the newest additions to the St. Louis Cardinals system were among those invited to the organization’s minor league spring training camp in Jupiter, Florida.
Major League Baseball is supporting an advisory from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to halt collections of large groups of people for the next eight weeks. Yet, the Commissioner still wants to play all 162 games, while admitting he has no idea how to carry it out.
The St. Louis Cardinals finished the first part of spring training with a 10-9-1 record before the players dispersed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Stats leaders include Paul DeJong, Kwang-Hyun Kim and Tyler Webb. Our history feature highlights past MLB interruptions and a Cardinal who passed away in a prior pandemic.
Manager of Player Development Tony Ferreira has received the George Kissell Award for excellence in player development in the St. Louis Cardinals organization during 2019.