Future Hall of Fame catcher Yadier Molina has been placed on the St. Louis Cardinals’ restricted list. Prospect Ivan Herrera is his replacement.
The St. Louis Cardinals held onto first place by taking two of three over Milwaukee during the 40-year anniversary of the 1982 championship team. Albert Pujols dramatically decided the series. Our Blast from the Past recounts a major brawl with the Reds during this week back in 2010.
With momentum gained from the acquisition of two new left-handed starters, the first-place St. Louis Cardinals have won seven straight. Our Blast from the Past recounts key Cardinals trades over time with the Pirates and Yankees.
The week started promisingly with wins on Friday and Saturday over Norfolk, but a Sunday rainout washed away all the Redbirds’ good fortune as they lost the first three at Jacksonville. Outfielder Alec Burleson continues to lead the Memphis offense and the league.
The St. Louis Cardinals acquired left-handed pitcher Jordan Montgomery from New York Yankees for outfielder Harrison Bader. Other player transactions on Tuesday, August 2 are included.
The St. Louis Cardinals have acquired left-handed starter José Quintana and right-handed reliever Chris Stratton from the Pittsburgh Pirates for right-handed pitcher Johan Oviedo and Double-A first baseman Malcom Nuñez.
The St. Louis Cardinals posted a 3-2 record last week in Toronto and Washington as the trade deadline approaches. All three wins were marked by strong starting pitching. Our Blast from the Past recounts key events this past week in Cardinals history with many important trades noted.
The St. Louis Cardinals system went 1-2 on Sunday with a Palm Beach win and rainout in Memphis. The Cardinal Nation’s Player of the Day, Springfield outfielder Chase Pinder, had four hits, three runs and two RBI. Other standouts include Jordan Walker, Chris Gerard and Thomas Francisco.
The St. Louis Cardinals system went 3-3 on Saturday. The Cardinal Nation’s Player of the Day, Todd Lott, had three hits including a walk-off home run for Peoria. Other standouts include Pedro Pages, Luis Rodriguez, Samil De La Rosa, Jonathan Mejia and Ronny Oliver.
The return from the All-Star break has not been kind to the Redbirds as they lost four of six at home. The main culprit is pitching, with five or more runs given up in all six games. The offense, led by the slugging of Moises Gomez and Paul DeJong, is first in the league in BA, SLG and OPS.
photo: Masyn Winn (Palm Beach Cardinals) The St. Louis Cardinals system went 2-4 on Thursday. The Cardinal Nation’s Player of the Day, Masyn Winn, was a triple away from the cycle and drove in three runs. Other standouts include Inohan Paniagua, Jeremy Rivas and Maycol Justo. Results from games played Thursday, July 28th. Memphis 4, … Continue reading Cardinals Minor League Notebook – July 29, 2022
Coming off the All-Star Break, the St. Louis Cardinals dropped 2 of 3 at last-place Cincinnati and head to Toronto with their two best players unavailable. Our history feature lists key events in team history during July 18-24.
The St. Louis Cardinals headed into the break with a 4-2 week but also with more injuries and clear pitching needs. Miles Mikolas is a deserving All-Star Game addition. Our Blast from the Past recounts key events this past week in Cardinals All-Star Game history.
The St. Louis Cardinals system went 0-5 on Sunday as the pitching yielded 43 runs. The Cardinal Nation’s Player of the Day, Springfield OF Justin Toerner, had three hits including a home run, a walk, four RBI and an outfield assist. Other standouts include Paul DeJong, Chase Pinder and Jake Burns.
The St. Louis Cardinals were shut out three times during a 2-5 week against two Eastern foes. All-Star starter Paul Goldschmidt remains the only consistent bright spot for the slumping offense. Our Blast from the Past recounts key events this past week in Cardinals history.
The St. Louis Cardinals added a veteran catcher while optioning out a top prospect. Minor league moves on Monday, July 4 are also highlighted.
The St. Louis Cardinals went 3-3 on the week against two Eastern foes. Nolan Arenado’s cycle was a highlight for the offense. Our Blast from the Past recounts two prior cycles hit this past week in Cardinals history.
The St. Louis Cardinals went 3-4, failing to earn a series win against a pair of division rivals. Paul Goldschmidt, Nolan Arenado, and Brendan Donovan continued to lead the offense, though the lineup was shutout twice. Our Blast from the Past recalls a famous game from the 1984 season.
At 42 years of age and in his final season as an active player, Albert Pujols returned home to St. Louis and is contributing to the 2022 Cardinals in many ways, on the field and off.
With the graduations of Juan Yepez and Brendan Donovan from The Cardinal Nation’s top 10 prospects, two step in and others shuffle, with Springfield’s Gordon Graceffo and Masyn Winn making big jumps. In the monthly re-ranking of our St. Louis Cardinals Prospect List, a total of six new players join the Top 50.
The St. Louis Cardinals went 4-3 on the week and share a piece of first place heading into Milwaukee. May NL Player of the Month Paul Goldschmidt continues to lead a resurgent offense. Our Blast from the Past recounts key events this past week in Cardinals history.
Selecting the top position players in St. Louis Cardinals history born in the USA and building the optimal batting order.
The St. Louis Cardinals have placed catcher Yadier Molina on the injured list, calling up prospect Ivan Herrera to replace him. Other Friday moves across the Cardinals system are also highlighted.
The Triple-A Redbirds have continued their stretch of solid play with a 4-2 week at home and have crept to within a half-game of the division lead. Behind Mr. RBI Alec Burleson, the Redbirds will try to stay hot with the weather in Memphis.
The St. Louis Cardinals went 2-4 on the week but hold a small division lead as Milwaukee is slumping. The back end of the rotation remains in flux with rookie Andre Pallante pressed into duty. Our Blast from the Past recounts key events this past week in Cardinals history.
This newest Roster Matrix, covering St. Louis Cardinals and the minor league system, is refreshed with the short season team assignments for St. Louis and its four full-season affiliates plus two rookie level teams. The latter two squads, in the Florida Complex League and Dominican Summer League, opened their seasons on Monday, June 6.
A 6-2 week helped the St. Louis Cardinals move to just a half game back of the NL Central leading Milwaukee Brewers. Paul Goldschmidt continued to lead the offense (1.030 OPS), but he was joined by the now-injured Corey Dickerson (1.200) and rookie Brendan Donovan (1.000 OPS). Our Blast from the Past recalls Michael Wacha’s rain-soaked debut in 2013.