Top 30 Prospects: #29 Andy Young

In Collaboration with Kyle Reis and Birds On The Black, Colin Garner presents you with The Cardinals Top 30 Prospects! Every other day for the next two months we'll be providing you with another advanced scouting report on one of the top 30 prospects in the organization, counting down from

Top 100 St. Louis Cardinals: #5 – Chris Carpenter

5. Chris Carpenter - SP (2004-2012, RCG Score: 233, Extra-Credit: 3.75, Total: 236.75) Standard Pitching Year W L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB SO ERA+ FIP WHIP H9 HR9 BB9 SO9 SO/W STL 95 44 3.07 198 197 21 10 1348.2 1221 501 460 109 296 1085 133 3.28 1.125 8.1 0.7 2.0 7.2 3.67 Provided by View Original Table Generated 1/22/2018. In December of 2002, Walt Jocketty signed Chris Carpenter to a league-minimum contract. Already out for the entirety of the upcoming 2003 season, it's hard to imagine a more under the

St. Louis Cardinals: Is Jordan Hicks a One-Trick Pony?

Last Saturday at Winter Warm-Up in downtown St. Louis, President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak made extensive comments on the bullpen. One name he tossed out as a possible internal option was Jordan Hicks, the 21-year-old flamethrowing righthander. Mozeliak's comments centered on the organization's evaluation of Hicks as a "one-trick

Prospect To Be Named Later: Mo Throws a Gut Punch

After reading about John Mozeliak's comments at Winter Warm-Up on Saturday, Kyle Reis and I sat down to discuss a few things: The validity of Ryan Helsley in the bullpen. The validity of Jordan Hicks in the bullpen. What is an optimized Alex Reyes workload in 2018? There is a little