The St. Louis Cardinals have released a starting pitcher, a reliever and an outfielder from the Double-A Springfield roster.
With three weeks remaining in the regular season, each of the St. Louis Cardinals’ four full-season affiliates have received player reinforcements this week. Memphis gets two, with Springfield, Peoria and Palm Beach getting one each. Two other full-season players began rehab outings in the Florida Complex League.
With six Double-A Cardinals placed on the injured list on Tuesday, the organization reassigned players from Triple-A Memphis and High-A Peoria to help fill what may be a temporary gap.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ Triple-A team made a pair of transactions on Monday that affected the outfield alignment. Brian Walton explains.
Among Tuesday transactions across the St. Louis Cardinals system, a former top pitching prospect who was at Double-A has been given his release by the organization.
On Sunday, the St. Louis Cardinals announced the acquisition of 40-man roster pitcher T.J. Zeuch from the Toronto Blue Jays and assigned him to Triple-A Memphis.
The St. Louis Cardinals welcomed their starting center fielder to their lineup, bringing their offense to full strength. Other Thursday transactions in the system are included.
As the 2021 Complex and Dominican Summer Leagues approach, the St. Louis Cardinals have signed three, released one and promoted four others from their Dominican academy to the US.
On Friday, the St. Louis Cardinals announced the season-opening rosters for their four full-season minor league affiliates.
Brian Walton reviews which St. Louis Cardinals players have been assigned to which camps, interpreting what that means for their immediate opportunity in 2021.
On Sunday, the St. Louis Cardinals sent six players to the minor leagues and plan to put four others on the Injured List to start the 2021 regular season.
As St. Louis Cardinals 2021 spring training camp enters its final week, Brian Walton predicts which 26 players he thinks would make the roster and why if Opening Day was today. A suggested three-deep depth chart is also offered.
As St. Louis Cardinals 2021 spring training camp enters its final two weeks, Brian Walton predicts which 26 players he thinks would make the roster and why if Opening Day was today.
As St. Louis Cardinals 2021 spring training camp begins, Brian Walton predicts which 26 players he thinks would make the roster and why if Opening Day was today.
The St. Louis Cardinals have placed pitcher Angel Rondon on their 40-man roster, protecting the 22-year old from the upcoming Rule 5 draft. It was the team’s second such move in the last two days.
The St. Louis Cardinals have placed catcher Ivan Herrera on their 40-man roster, protecting the 20-year old from the upcoming Rule 5 draft.
The St. Louis Cardinals executed a series of 11 roster moves in preparation for the offseason. Infielder Max Schrock has moved to the Chicago Cubs on waivers and two others have joined the club’s growing list of free agents.
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.