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    Is it too soon to start the Chris Stratton hate train?

    in reply to: Minor League Game Thread – Week of August 9-15 #194972
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    Four consecutive innings for Chandler Redmond…and one each of a solo, two run, three run and grand slam. There has to be some sort of record in there.

    I’d imagine that about sews up the player of the day for him.

    Its only the 2nd known time in professional baseball history that it’s happened. Its also the Springfield record for homers and RBI in a game.

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    Chandler Redmond has actually hit for the home run cycle tonight.

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    The St. Louis transaction page also lists that they signed a player who actually signed with Miami. The MLB dot com people are having a rough time it seems.

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    Cardinals setting records tonight fellas.

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    I thought Mike Matheny was a terrible bullpen manager but holy crap Oli Marmol is really doing his best to supplant that thought.

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    I guess the Yankees are banking that Bader’s speed won’t be effected from the injury when he returns. That’s not something I would bank on.

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    Batting averages is not as good a stat as OBP, OPS, or even wRC+.

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    Brian can you point to the direct paragraph you’re referencing?

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    Meanwhile, at least one person on the roster went through every hoop in order to make sure he could play this series:

    FOr those who didn’t know, Oviedo’s passport, which is Cuban, was expired and he could not fly with the team to Toronto. Had to go through a lot of red tape to get himself eligible for this series.

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    How nice of the Cardinals to use their spring training lineup tonight.

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    Wonder why he wasn’t drafted.

    Probably stems from his age. He’s going on 24-years old.

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    Can’t wait until the next lockout.

    On another note the league can mention corruption all they want but what it comes down to is paying less.

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    According this site the Cards have also signed Undrafted Free Agent RJ Yeager,SS, Mississippi State.

    2022 Undrafted Free Agent Signings Tracker

    in reply to: 2022 MLB draft #192509
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    The $125K for players 11-20 is not counted in the bonus pool at all. It only counts when teams go over that amount. Anything below $125K is just teams saving money on their end and it has no effect on the pool money.

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    Here’s what it looks like laid out in a spreadsheet:

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    The BA site does show signing bonuses for 11-20. We also have the bonus amounts for 1-10.

    Cooper Hjerpe – $3,182,200
    Brycen Mautz – $1,100,000
    Pete Hansen – $629,800
    Jimmy Crook – $470,300
    Victor Scott – $350,400
    Max Rajcic – $600,000
    Alex Iadisernia – $212,000
    Cade Winquest – $174,600
    Joseph King – $125,000
    Tanner Jacobson – $25,000

    Nathan Church – $125,000
    Michael Curialle – $150,000 ($25K pool)
    Chandler Arnold- $175,000 ($50K pool)
    DJ Carpenter – $100,000
    Matt Hickey – $25,000
    Hunter Hayes – $100,000
    Brody Moore – $50,000
    John Lynch – $125,000
    Chris Rotondo – $25,000
    Gavin Van Kempen – UNSIGNED

    in reply to: 2022 MLB draft #192488
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    I got my math wrong. Its actually only a grand total of $368K.

    Its pronounced with a strong J sound and rhymes with Jerky.

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    Donovan has more experience at 1B than Gorman fwiw

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    BA’s draft tracker shows the Cardinals have everyone signed except their 20th round guy.

    That leaves $393,895 remaining in pool money. That amount can be added to the $125,000 that doesn’t count against pool money for a grand total of $518,895. It might be enough but I’m not sure.

    https://www.baseballamerica.com/draft-history/mlb-draft-database/#/?Year=2022&Round=0&TeamId=1019&Position=&SchoolName=&FourYearSchoolType=false&JuniorCollegeType=false&HighSchoolType=false&OtherSchoolType=false&StateOrCountry=&Signed=&SigningBonusMin=0&SigningBonusMax=0&PlayerName=&OverallNumber=0

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    Winquest is also signed according to this tweet:

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    As far as this being an advantage to Toronto, all Blue Jay players have to be vaccinated to play in Toronto which is a heckuva task in creating a roster of 26-players. Also, its not like this is a new rule that was just passed. Its been a rule for years and Cardinals players have known they would be playing in Toronto for at least 8 months.

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    Bader’s injury could be career altering. There’s a high likelyhood it saps his speed, which is his #1 tool.

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    According to Spotrac it looks like we have signed 7 of our top 10 picks. Most of the extra 340k via the 5% above slot max was spent on our 6th round pick Rajcic. However, 2nd rounder Mautz did sign under slot by $146k. 5th, 9th and 10th rounders and beyond picks have not been signed.

    The Cards tweeted themselves that they have agreed to terms with Tanner Jacobson.

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    ROUND(#)……NAME…………..POS…….SLOT BONUS…….SIGNING BONUS…….SURPLUS
    1 (22)……..Cooper Hjerpe…..LHP…….$3,182,200…….$3,182,200………..$0
    2 (59)……..Brycen Mautz……LHP…….$1,246,200…….$1,100,000………..$146,200
    3 (97)……..Pete Hansen…….LHP…….$629,800………$629,800………….$0
    4 (127)…….Jimmy Crook…….C………$470,300………$470,300………….$0
    5 (157)…….Victor Scott……OF……..$350,400
    6 (187)…….Max Rajcic……..RHP…….$270,700………$600,000………….-$329,300
    7 (217)…….Alex Iadisernia…OF……..$212,000
    8 (247)…….Cade Winquest…..RHP…….$174,600
    9 (277)…….Joseph King…….RHP…….$159,100
    10 (307)……Tanner Jacobson…RHP…….$150,600………????????…………..???????

    SUBTOTAL……………………………..$6,845,900……$5,982,300………..$863,600
    Above Slot (Round 11-20)……………………………..$0
    Pool Money Plus 5%…………………….$7,188,195……$5,982,300………..$1,205,895

    11 (337)…….Nathan Church…..OF
    12 (367)…….Michael Curialle..SS
    13 (397)…….Chandler Arnold…RHP
    14 (427)…….DJ Carpenter……RHP
    15 (457)…….Matt Hickey…….RHP
    16 (487)…….Hunter Hayes……RHP
    17 (517)…….Brody Moore…….SS
    18 (547)…….John Lynch……..LHP
    19 (577)…….Chris Rotondo…..OF
    20 (607)…….Gavin Van Kempen..RHP

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