Gulf Coast League Cardinals Notebook – 2019 Week 3

After a 2-9 start, the Gulf Coast League Cardinals found their footing on the mound and in the field, going 5-2 for the week. 18-year old right-hander Luis Ortiz has a 3.07 ERA through five starts and two relief appearances, including 6 1/3 shutout innings on Saturday.

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Johnson City Cardinals Notebook – 2019 Week 4

The Johnson City Cardinals went 3-3 for the week, with their overall record 13-10, and second place in the West Division of the Appalachian Fall League. Chandler Redmond continues to show his power, while Liam Sabino and Todd Lott are producing. Michael YaSenka stole the show on the mound with his memorable performance in Saturday’s loss.

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State College Spikes Notebook – 2019 Week 4

State College had a rough week, dropping five of seven games. The team is 15-13 and third in their division. Shortstop Moises Castillo and outfielder Jonatan Machado are leading the offense. 2019 draftees Jack Ralston and Logan Gragg have been sharp out of the pen.

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Cardinals Minor League Notebook – July 13, 2019

The St. Louis Cardinals system went 6-3 on Friday. Our Player of the Day is Springfield designated hitter Yariel Gonzalez, whose 11th inning three-run home run walked off a win. Behind three home runs, Palm Beach scored 10, but Johnson City gave up 11. Trejyn Fletcher had three outfield assists.

Pinder Packs Again

In an uncharacteristically quiet Friday across the St. Louis Cardinals system, the only transaction was the return of outfielder Chase Pinder to Palm Beach from Springfield.

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Cardinals Minor League Notebook – July 12, 2019

St. Louis’ minors went 4-5 on Thursday with Player of the Day Dylan Carlson helping Springfield out of the division cellar. Palm Beach split a pair while Johnson City won its third straight. A strong pitching effort by 18-year old Angel Cuenca helped the DSL Red put one in the win column as well.

Springfield Cardinals Notebook – 2019 Week 14

Despite much-improved pitching led by Alex FaGalde and Angel Rondon, the Springfield Cardinals went 3-4 on the week. Manager Joe Kruzel discusses lessons learned from the challenging first half and highlights several recent roster reinforcements.

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Cardinals Minor League Notebook – July 11, 2019

It was a 3-4 Wednesday across the St. Louis Cardinals farm system, with Memphis still off for the All-Star break and Palm Beach suspended by rain in the 4th inning. Player of the Day Dalton Roach threw six shutout innings for Johnson City. Springfield won with help from Dylan Carlson, who reached safely four times and stole a base, shortstop Rayder Ascanio who matched Carlson, and starting pitcher Angel Rondon, who pitched into the seventh inning and drove in more runs than he conceded.

Palm Beach Cardinals Notebook – 2019 Week 14

Palm Beach had another disappointing week, going 2-5 while remaining in last place in the division. The recently promoted trio of Imeldo Diaz, Juan Yepez and Andres Luna helped carry the lineup from the bottom of the order, batting .429, .412, and .353, respectively.

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Cardinals Minor League Notebook – July 10, 2019

The St. Louis Cardinals system went 4-2 on Tuesday, backed by strong performances by starter Alex FaGalde and center fielder Dylan Carlson for Springfield, center fielder Jonatan Machado for State College and starter Gustavo J Rodriguez for DSL Blue. But Player of the Day Diowill Burgos of DSL Red stands tallest by hitting for the cycle.

Peoria Chiefs Notebook – 2019 Week 14

At 0-7, the Chiefs had their first winless week of the season, for an overall second half record of 3-15. When the pitching did their part, the offense couldn’t pull through, scoring just 19 runs vs. 49 yielded for the week. Still, shortstop Delvin Perez hit .400 over the seven games.

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Springfield’s Alex FaGalde Keeps Earning Recognition

Springfield Cardinals starting pitcher Alex FaGalde is a Florida State League All-Star and two-time reigning Pitcher of the Month per The Cardinal Nation due to his continued success even after being promoted to Double-A. The right-hander and his manager share their insight with Derek Shore.

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Cardinals Minor League Notebook – July 9, 2019

The St. Louis Cardinals farm system went 3-4 Monday with victories by Palm Beach, Johnson City, and the Gulf Coast Cards. Springfield, State College, and the DSL Blue squad went down to defeat, as well as the Peoria Chiefs who lost despite Player of the Day Ivan Herrera reaching safely four times. Memphis took the day off for the All-Star break and the DSL Red team had no result reported.