The St. Louis Cardinals have selected their 28 players to be active against the San Diego Padres in the National League Wild Card Series. Also details on first-time playoff participants, reserves and injury updates.
There does not seem to be a lot of intrigue involved in predicting which 28 St. Louis Cardinals players will be active in the Wild Card Round. Still, there are some decisions to be made.
On Tuesday, the St. Louis Cardinals welcomed back another COVID recovery case, reliever Ryan Helsley. Rob Kaminsky was optioned out and Jesus Cruz was removed from the 40-man roster.
Pitcher Alvaro Seijas will not be among the many contributing to the St. Louis Cardinals this season, as the right-hander has been removed from the organization’s 40-man roster and 60-man player pool for 2020.
When all of the St. Louis Cardinals COVID cases return to the active roster, a number of 40-man roster players will lose their spots. Brian Walton reviews the candidates and makes his predictions.
Prior to their return to play in Chicago on Saturday, the St. Louis Cardinals formalized their COVID-driven player roster and coaching changes, including the MLB debut of top prospect Dylan Carlson. John Mozeliak explained the process players will follow to return and more!
The St. Louis Cardinals were the last National League Central Division club to make public the details of its Opening Day 30-man roster, consisting of 14 pitchers and 15 position players, plus one to be named.
Manager Mike Shildt announced that Carlos Martinez is starting, and in the big surprise, Kwang-Hyun Kim is the St. Louis Cardinals’ new closer.
On Sunday, June 28, the St. Louis Cardinals announced the 44 players invited to big-league camp 2.0, a group the team is calling the “2020 Busch Stadium Summer Camp Roster”.
Earlier this year, the St. Louis Cardinals added one player and dropped three more from the Dominican Summer League ranks. We also document several other roster shifts across the system.
Breaking down several dozen roster shifts across the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system made even though no players have played any games in 2020, even in spring training.
St. Louis Cardinals 40-man roster players Genesis Cabrera, Junior Fernandez, Alex Reyes and Andrew Knizner were optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Thursday, March 26.
St. Louis Cardinals 40-man roster players Austin Dean, Justin Williams, Edmundo Sosa and Jake Woodford were optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Thursday, March 19. Three are top-20 prospects in the system.
During the upcoming season, a number of St. Louis Cardinals prospects will be added to the 40-man roster and make their MLB debuts. While Dylan Carlson is a slam dunk, predicting others is more challenging. Brian Walton reviews past precedent before making his 2020 calls.
Our annual look at the minor league options status of all 41 players on the St. Louis Cardinals roster and how that could evolve during the upcoming season.
The St. Louis Cardinals created 40-man roster space for newly-signed pitcher Kwang-Hyun Kim by designating for assignment outfielder Adolis Garcia.
On Wednesday, November 20, the day when rosters for the 2019 Rule 5 Draft must be set, the St. Louis Cardinals protected three players, and to make room, designated another for assignment, removing him from the 40-man roster.
On the morning of Game 1 of their National League Division Series in Atlanta, the NL Central Division-winning St. Louis Cardinals disclosed their 25-man roster.
The St. Louis Cardinals have added a first wave of eight roster reinforcements for the final month of the 2019 season. They include the return of right-handed reliever Mike Mayers to the 40-man roster.
The St. Louis Cardinals have executed a series of player transactions for various reasons as the 2019 minor league seasons near their close.
The St. Louis Cardinals traded infielder Jedd Gyorko to the Los Angeles Dodgers, with the only tangible return a 19-year old rookie-level pitcher. The first-place team made no other moves on a disappointing 2019 trade deadline.
Among other player moves in the minor league system, the St. Louis Cardinals have optioned left-handed relief pitcher Tyler Webb to Triple-A Memphis.
The St. Louis Cardinals recalled a pair of pitchers from Triple-A Memphis to replace injured closer Jordan Hicks and Genesis Cabrera.
Seven graduates of the St. Louis Cardinals Dominican Republic academy are apparently destined for the US-entry level Gulf Coast League, all having received head starts.
With Palm Beach coming off the Florida State League All-Star break down eight players, the parent organization filled a number of roster openings on Monday.
With the opening of the State College Spikes season on Friday, June 14 and Media Day for the Johnson City Cardinals on Saturday, the initial rosters for all three St. Louis Cardinals short-season clubs can be derived. We look at the movers and shakers at each level.
The St. Louis Cardinals have active catcher Yadier Molina from the injured list, with Andrew Knizner returned to Triple-A Memphis.