Twitter: @Bedellian Became a Cardinal: Selected by St. Louis in the fourth round, 122nd overall, of the 2020 First-Year Player Draft. Signing announced on June 26, 2020.
Twitter: @levi7up Became a Cardinal: Selected by St. Louis in the third round, 93rd overall, of the 2020 First-Year Player Draft. Came to terms on June 19, 2020.
The St. Louis Cardinals are selecting six players in Day 2 of the 2020 First-Year Player Draft, led by Texas high school shortstop-pitcher Masyn Winn.
Twitter: @alecburleson9 Became a Cardinal: Selected by St. Louis in the second compensation round, 70th overall, of the 2020 First-Year Player Draft. Signing announced on June 15, 2020.
Twitter: @HenceTink3 Became a Cardinal: Selected by St. Louis in Competitive Balance Round B, 63rd overall, of the 2020 First-Year Player Draft. Signed on June 25, 2020. Note: His given first name is Markevian.
Twitter: @MasynWinn Became a Cardinal: Selected in the second round of the 2020 First-Year Player Draft, 54th overall. Signed on June 24, 2020.
The St. Louis Cardinals named their initial selection on Day 1 of the 2020 First-Year Player Draft – Georgia high school third baseman Jordan Walker.
Twitter: @jwalker0522 Became a Cardinal: Selected in the first round of the 2020 First-Year Player Draft, 21st overall. Signing announced June 23, 2020.
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A new series of articles revisit the rich history of the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system – its teams and standout players over time.
Since his 2017 release by the St. Louis Cardinals, minor league pitcher Kurt Heyer has continued his hopes to pitch in the Major Leagues.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ fourth round draft selections since 2009 have been buoyed almost totally by the success of their 2015 pick, shortstop Paul DeJong.
Remembering the first black St. Louis Cardinals player, Tom Alston, who led a troubled life post-baseball.
Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher P.J. Walters is raising his children in sports and taking over the family business while staying in touch with former teammates.
Reviewing the teams with the best regular seasons, but also league championships across all eight levels across the St. Louis Cardinals system since 1963. Based on this combination of qualifications, the 1976 Johnson City Cardinals take our top all-time honors. The worst teams over 57 years are also listed.
Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Mitch Harris enjoyed a rich life before and after playing professional baseball and has more ahead to tell.
The St. Louis Cardinals have selected a number of future major leaguers in the third round since 2009, with their aggregate benefit quite impressive.
In a sweeping set of roster reductions touching all levels of the US operations, the St. Louis Cardinals released 33 minor league players on May 27. Brian Walton breaks down the group.
Remembering a St. Louis Cardinals player banned permanently from Major League Baseball, Gene Paulette.
After retiring as an active player, former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Eduardo Sanchez has remained in the game, teaching youngsters in his native Venezuela.
Following the conclusion of his playing career, former St. Louis Cardinals minor league pitcher Corey Baker initially continued to work in the game. He looks back on that phase of his life, including the plight of those who followed.
While remaining St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguers will be paid at least another month, another set were released according to news released on Thursday.
Reviewing the aggregate marks in the regular season and post-season for all eight levels across the St. Louis Cardinals system since 1963. Triple-A and Class A battle it out for top honors.
Former St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Brian Jordan looks back at his somewhat-anonymous two-sport professional career.
The St. Louis Cardinals have drafted a number of future major leaguers in the second round since 2009, but their aggregate benefit from the 11 has been low.
Remembering a former outfielder, coach and manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, Ray Blades.
It seems many do not separate what Keith Hernandez and Steve Carlton accomplished after leaving the St. Louis Cardinals from their considerable contributions while with the team.