The St. Louis Cardinals system went 0-3 on Friday, with each affiliate losing by one run. Our Player of the Day is Memphis outfielder Justin Williams, who went 3-for-4 with a solo home run in the Redbirds loss to Jacksonville.
Pitchers Jack Flaherty and Dakota Hudson were activated off St. Louis Cardinals injured lists and Brandon Waddell was optioned to Memphis.
After a lost year due to COVID, The Cardinal Nation rolls out its 15th annual choices for the top players at each level of the St. Louis Cardinals system from the summer, following season recaps by affiliate. The series runs each day from Monday, September 27 into early November.
The St. Louis Cardinals system went 1-2 on Thursday with the DSL Blue affiliate claiming the only victory. Player of the Day Connor Thomas struck out 11 batters in 6 1/3 innings for Memphis while only allowing two runs, one earned.
The St. Louis Cardinals Double-A affiliate went 2-2 in its final four games of the season. Luken Baker got hot for Springfield after being activated from the IL, while Nick Dunn (.375 avg) and Malcom Nunez (.415 avg) caught fire in the month of September.
The St. Louis Cardinals system was 0-1 on Wednesday. The only team in action was the Memphis Redbirds, who lost the second game of a series against Jacksonville. Our Player of the Day is Brendan Donovan, who hit a solo home run, scoring the Redbirds only run.
The St. Louis Cardinals High-A affiliate went 1-4 this week, closing out the season on a four-game losing streak. In the rotation, Wilfredo Pereira and Logan Gragg made strong starts, while a number of hitters played key roles for the offense.
The St. Louis Cardinals system went 0-3 on Tuesday. Our Player of the Day is Memphis left fielder Alec Burleson, who went 2-for-4 with a home run, a run scored, and a pair of RBI in Memphis’ loss to Jacksonville.
The Florida Complex League Cardinals finished the season with an extra-innings win. Manager Roberto Espinoza discusses two factors that affected his team’s 2021 performance.
The St. Louis Cardinals Low-A affiliate went 3-3 in its final week of play. Mike Antico and Osvaldo Tovalin were hot to end the season and each player had a grand slam in the week. On the mound, Dionys Rodriguez made another strong start.
Only the Dominican Summer League teams were in action for the St. Louis Cardinals system on Monday. The teams went 1-1 as the DSL Blue affiliate won a high scoring affair and the DSL Red affiliate was defeated. Our Player of the Day is DSL Blue left fielder Jose Cordoba, who reached base twice and hit a grand slam.
With the Memphis Redbirds heading into the Triple-A post-season tournament the next two weeks, the club received six players on Monday. Three players departed, with one heading upward and two downward.
The St. Louis Cardinals Triple-A affiliate went 6-3 in their last nine games. Jacob Bosiokovic has impressed out of the Memphis bullpen, while Redbirds infielder Brendan Dovovan posted an OPS of (1.063).
The St. Louis Cardinals system went 0-4 on Sunday as Springfield, Peoria, and Palm Beach all played their final games of the season. Our Player of the Day is Memphis third baseman Kramer Robertson, who went 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, two runs scored, and a pair of RBI.
The St. Louis Cardinals went 6-0 this week, sweeping the Mets and the Padres and jumping out to a three game lead for the second wild card spot. The team received big contributions from the lineup as Paul Goldschmidt (1.405 OPS) and Tyler O’Neill (1.308) contributed heavily. Our Blast from the Past feature looks at the youngest players on each Cardinals team from 2011 through 2021.
The St. Louis Cardinals system was 3-3 on Saturday. Our Players of the Day are Memphis infielders Kramer Robertson and Nolan Gorman. Robertson was 2-for-3 with a pair of walks and 3 RBI. Gorman was 2-for-5 with a home run and 2 RBI.
The St. Louis Cardinals system went 4-4 on Friday. Our Players of the Day are Springfield 2B Nick Dunn and Palm Beach CF Mike Antico. Dunn was 3-for-6 with a home run, three runs scored, and 2 RBI while Antico reached base four times in six plate appearances and hit a grand slam.
The St. Louis Cardinals system split six games on Thursday night. Our Players of the Day are Springfield duo Nick Dunn and Chandler Redmond. 2B Nick Dunn went 3-for-3 with a pair of walks and runs scored. DH Chandler Redmond went 2-for-4 with a walk, double, home run, and 4 RBI.
The St. Louis Cardinals Double-A affiliate in Springfield went 2-4 this week, losing three games by a combined four runs. Leandro Cedeno has a five game hitting streak and Matt Koperniak has hit safely in nine of his last ten games. Andre Pallante also made a strong start in a losing effort.
Photo: Jordan Walker (Palm Beach Cardinals) The St. Louis Cardinals system was 2-3 on Wednesday. Both DSL teams had an off day. The Player of the Day is Peoria 3B Jordan Walker, who was 2-for-4 with an RBI in the Chief’s 2-1 win over the Cedar Rapids Kernels. Results from games played Wednesday, Sept 15. … Continue reading Cardinals Minor League Notebook – September 16, 2021
The St. Louis Cardinals High-A affiliate in Peoria went 3-3 this week against Quad Cities and Cedar Rapids. Jordan Walker highlighted the Chiefs lineup with four home runs while extending his hitting streak to nine games.
The St. Louis Cardinals organization went 3-5 on Tuesday, with wins coming from Peoria, Palm Beach, and DSL Blue. Our Player of the Day is Peoria starter Connor Lunn, who allowed just one run in seven innings and fanned eight in Peoria’s victory. Patrick Romeri (2-for-4, HR, 2 R, 3 RBI) also played well, helping Palm Beach to victory.
The St. Louis Cardinals Triple-A affiliate Memphis Redbirds welcome one player off the injured list with another starting a rehab stint. In other news, a 2021 drafted pitcher has been promoted to full-season ball.
The St. Louis Cardinals Low-A affiliate in Palm Beach went 1-5 last week, three times losing by just one run. L.J. Jones heated up, batting .417 with a 1.107 OPS in the week. Dionys Rodriguez also made a strong start in a losing effort.
Only the Dominican teams saw action on Monday, sweeping their opponents in three games. Some strong pitching performances were highlighted by DSL Blue starter and Player of the Day Benjamin Arias, who fanned five in five scoreless innings.
Memphis Redbirds infielder Brendan Donovan has been named the Player of the Week for the period of September 6-12 in the Triple-A East League.
The St. Louis Cardinals went 4-3 this week against some tough competition. The bats struggled to consistently produce runs and the bullpen blew one game, but the team is just one game back from the second wild card spot. Our history feature looks at the youngest player on each Cardinals team from 2000 to 2010.