2020 Spring Training Game(s) Thread

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    On Tuesday, the Cards lost 3-2. Flaherty only went three IP, got out of trouble with 0 runs and struck out five. Oviedo was good and bad. 3 Ks, but two doubles. Fernandez had his second rough outing in a row. Walked bases loaded, allowed two runs.

    DeJong went 2-for-3 and in his first game back, Miller drove in both runs. Bader and O’Neill each went 0-for-4 including 2 Ks.

    Cards are now 9-8-2.

    #124443
    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    For the second straight day, Wednesday’s game will be streaming only. At Mets – deGrom vs. Martinez. RHP Ryan Helsley, LHP Brett Cecil, RHP John Brebbia and RHP Kodi Whitley are also listed to pitch.

    #124444
    RatsbuddyRatsbuddy
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    I am curious.

    Approximately how many atbats do the regulars (Wong, Goldy, DeJong, etc) get in spring training?

    And approximately how many innings do pitchers get during spring training? Starters? Relievers?

    r/Esteemed Rat

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    Looking at the 2018 and ’19 numbers, roughly 40-50 at-bats on average, and 15-20 innings for starting twirlers, Rat.

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    AvatarBob
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    Woodford was dominant vs the heart of the order! Fastball up to 94/95 and his
    breaking stuff looked sharp. This kid is ready…

    #124477
    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Wednesday’s lineup.

    1. Dexter Fowler (S) RF
    2. Matt Carpenter (L) 3B
    3. Yadier Molina (R) C
    4. Tyler O’Neill (R) DH
    5. Austin Dean (R) LF
    6. Max Schrock (L) 2B
    7. Lane Thomas (R) CF
    8. Edmundo Sosa (R) SS
    9. John Nogowski (R) 1B

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    Wonder who’s going to win the Thomas-Dean-Ravelo competition for the #4 and #5 outfield spots.

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    Have not been a Woodford fan but maybe his stuff can play up in a relief role

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    I think they like Ravelo over Dean. Besides, after the Cardinals made him decline the offer he had from a Korean team, they kind of owe him a roster spot as long as he has a good spring which he has. I think they will take Thomas over Dean because he can play center field. If Bader can’t hit, or one of the outfielders gets injured, Dean, Williams, and Carlson are a phone call away. I have a felling that all three of them will get some MLB AB’s before this season is over.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Reminder that tomorrow will bring the end of the DH for the spring and the start of the three batter minimum (or end of inning) for pitchers. Also with minor league camp open, more cuts should be coming very soon from the 57 still in camp.

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    RatsbuddyRatsbuddy
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    We are two weeks away from Opening Day. Do we have any idea what the “somewhat” regular lineup is going to be for us?

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    Somebody please correct me if I am wrong but major league minimum salary for Ravelo is probably more than he would make in Korea. IIRC MLB minimums are approaching 600K.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    MLB minimum is $563,500 this season. Ravelo would probably have been paid more than that in Korea, though their max for foreigners was lowered to $1 MM.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Martinez was off today, charged with six runs in 3 2/3, including one inherited allowed by Brebbia, who was not sharp, either. Matt Carpenter hit a solo HR off deGrom, the only hit the latter allowed in four innings. Mets up 6-1.

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    Goldy out with renewed elbow soreness

    maybe Dean and Ravelo should be playing more 1b…orm ybae get Carp some run over there

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Against the Marlins on Thursday, Adam Wainwright will start. RHP John Gant, LHP Tyler Webb and LHP Giovanny Gallegos are also listed to pitch.

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    thejagerthejager
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    Sounds like Cecil just went down to a hamstring injury…tough luck as he was starting to look like he could really offer something positive

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Helsley gave up the seventh Mets run in the seventh.

    The Cards got the run back with a solo home run by Thomas before they left the bases loaded in T8th. Mets up 7-2.

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    BlackHillsCardBlackHillsCard
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    Does not sound promising

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    Cards owe Ravelo because a Korean team wanted him? I dont think so. We had this discussion last year regarding Martinez.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Thursday’s lineup. Pitchers bat. Three hitter minimum rule begins.

    1. Kolten Wong (L) 2B
    2. Tommy Edman (S) LF
    3. Yadier Molina (R) C
    4. Paul DeJong (R) SS
    5. Brad Miller (L) 3B
    6. Dexter Fowler (S) RF
    7. Harrison Bader (R) CF
    8. Rangel Ravelo (R) 1B
    9. Adam Wainwright (R) P

    #124594
    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Friday’s starter against the Astros at Roger Dean is Austin Gomber (0-0, 2.25). RHP Alex Reyes, RHP John Brebbia, RHP Kodi Whitley and RHP Jake Woodford are also listed for tomorrow.

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    Betting line on how many K’s Fowler has today is 1.5. I’ll throw a $20 on the over!

    #124620
    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Wainwright needed 27 pitches to get through the first inning and stranded a runner on second. From there, he dominated. Five innings, just two hits, no walks, three Ks, 73 pitches.

    Gant to pitch the sixth in a scoreless game.

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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Cards take the lead in the 6th. Carlson HBP, Williams RBI double to CF. Edman walk, Ortega 2-run double.

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