A relative unknown from the 2018 draft, Edgar Gonzalez has been pitching well for Palm Beach. The starting pitcher sits down with TCN’s Brian Walton.
The Peoria Chiefs finished 3-5 last week for an overall record of 19-23 and dropped to sixth place in the Western Division. Brady Whalen and Nolan Gorman carried the offensive load but pitching emerged as an issue once again.
On a 1-3 Monday for the St. Louis Cardinals farm system, the upper minors were held to two combined runs and Palm Beach lost a low-scoring squeaker. Peoria salvaged the night with 18-year-old co-Players of the Day Ivan Herrera and Malcom Nuñez reaching base safely seven times between them.
At A-Advanced Palm Beach, an infielder is added, an outfielder is injured and a pitcher may be returned to extended spring training. Or maybe not.
The skidding St. Louis Cardinals won just two games for the second consecutive week. Since his return to the starting lineup, Harrison Bader has been a spark, offensively and defensively. In our weekly history feature, the Jose Oquendo 19-inning game against the Braves in 1988 is remembered.
Player of the Day Alex Fagalde’s stellar pitching effort led Palm Beach to the St. Louis Cardinals system’s only win on a 1-3 Sunday. Brady Whalen’s career effort at the plate wasn’t enough to avert a Peoria loss.
Sunday’s transactions across the St. Louis Cardinals system are highlighted by the activation of Springfield third baseman Elehuris Montero, The Cardinal Nation’s second-ranked prospect.
The Cardinal Nation’s refreshed top 50 prospect list for May. A new no. 1 in Nolan Gorman is crowned and significant movement is within, led by catchers Ivan Herrera and Julio Rodriguez.
The St. Louis Cardinals system went 0-4 on Saturday. Our Player of the Day is shortstop Michael Perri, who went 2-for-4 with two RBI in Palm Beach’s home loss to Bradenton that snapped a seven-game winning streak.
Recently promoted from Peoria after six weeks in the Midwest League, Palm Beach outfielder Lars Nootbaar sits down with TCN’s Brian Walton.
The St. Louis Cardinals system was 2-2 on Friday with Palm Beach and Peoria winning decisively. Our Player of the Day is first baseman Brady Whalen, who went 3-for-5 with two RBI in the Chiefs’ shutout victory.
The St. Louis Cardinals turned over two bullpen spots on Friday, with Carlos Martinez and Ryan Helsley in and Luke Gregerson and Dominic Leone out.
The St. Louis Cardinals shifted struggling left-handed pitcher Jacob Schlesener to extended spring training, replacing him with another lefty, Colin Schmid. Other Friday transactions have been added as well.
The second-place Triple-A Redbirds finished their eight-game home stand with a 4-4 record. Rangel Ravelo has an eight-game hitting streak and is batting .500 over the past 10 days.
Brian Walton’s Thursday news from St. Louis Cardinals extended spring training camp in Jupiter, Florida including Jose Oquendo and Alex Reyes updates, game highlights, photos and more! The Player of the Day is outfielder Joerlin De Los Santos, who had a hand in all four White runs.
The 2-2 Thursday across the St. Louis Cardinals system had varying results. Springfield won big behind Player of the Day Dylan Carlson, but Peoria lost bigger. Memphis suffered a ninth-inning letdown while streaking Palm Beach delivered a shutout.
The Cardinal Nation announces its second-annual in-depth Prospect Guide, now available in printed book and PDF formats.
The Triple-A Memphis Redbirds have placed starting pitcher Anthony Shew on the seven-day injured list and activated infielder Max Schrock to take his place.
Surging in May, the Springfield Cardinals have won three consecutive series. The improved rotation is led by Texas League Pitcher of the Week Williams Perez.
It was two up, two down for the St. Louis Cardinals farm system on Wednesday, as Springfield was walloped by first place Arkansas, Peoria split a doubleheader behind a seven-inning complete game from Player of the Day Alvaro Seijas, and Palm Beach blanked Tampa in a classic pitcher’s duel.
Brian Walton’s Wednesday news from St. Louis Cardinals extended spring training camp in Jupiter, Florida including game highlights, photos and more! Players of the Day are outfielder Luis Montaño and pitcher Julio Puello.
The Beach Birds flipped the script and returned to winning ways by following up a 1-5 record last week with a 5-1 record this week. The pitching staff held the opposing team to three or fewer runs in five of six games. On the offensive side, Julio Rodriguez has continued his breakout by mashing Florida State League pitching to the tune of a .429 batting average in the period.
A trio of superb starts led the St. Louis Cardinals system to a 3-1 record on Tuesday. Player of the Day Jake Woodford (Memphis), Austin Warner (Springfield) and Alex Fagalde (Palm Beach) each tossed noteworthy efforts in their team’s victories but Peoria went down to defeat in 11 innings.
News flash: Suspended #stlcards minors RHP Griffin Roberts is too good for extended spring training, logging 5 2/3 dominant scoreless innings with nine strikeouts. Out Tuesday EST report includes a Brett Cecil sighting, game highlights, photos and more!
The Peoria Chiefs finished 3-3 for the week. Their overall record of 16-18 has them in fifth place in the Western Division. Tommy Parsons, now promoted to the Palm Beach Cardinals, was named Midwest League Player of the Month for his fantastic April efforts.
Detailing the numerous player comings and goings since the St. Louis Cardinals 2019 Extended Spring Training Camp began.
The St. Louis Cardinals farm system went 3-2 Monday, with Player of the Day Tommy Edman hammering three hits including his fourth homer of the season — but in a Memphis loss. In other action, Springfield topped first-place Arkansas with Dylan Carlson leading the way, Angel Rondon pitched Palm Beach past Tampa, and Peoria split a pair of pitcher’s duels.