Minors Report: Flaherty Dominates, Helsley Makes AA Debut, and Mercado Homers

Memphis 6, Tacoma 0 Memphis continued their incredible season with another win and great outing by Jack Flaherty. He threw seven shutout innings, giving up only two hits, one walk and struck out nine. Flaherty lowered his AAA ERA to 2.83 and now posts a 2.11 across the board. The California

Minors Report: Piscotty Goes 1-4, Irving Lopez Homers Twice, and Dakota Hudson Debuts for Memphis

Hudson, Lilliquist, and Wacha

Memphis 4, Reno 6 Dakota Hudson made his AAA debut Sunday with Memphis. He went seven innings, allowing four earned runs on six hits. He also walked three and sturck out four. Ryan Sherriff took the loss giving up two runs in the eighth inning. The Memphis offense struggled for the most

Minors Report: Anthony Garcia Homers Twice, Memphis Rallies in 9th, Kramer Robertson gets First Cardinals Hit

Memphis 3, Nashville 2 Memphis starter John Gant went seven strong innings last night. He gave up two runs, on six hits, and struck out six. Ryan Sherriff and Mark Montgomery each threw a scoreless inning to get the win and save respectively. The Memphis offense was held scoreless through the first

Minors Report: Nick Martini and Harrison Bader Lead Memphis, Delvin Perez Triples for Johnson City

Memphis 4, New Orleans 1 Nick Martini had another big night going 3-4 with a double and a triple. His average with Memphis is now at .322 through 47 games. Harrison Bader also had a good night at the plate going 2-3 with a double. His average is now at an

Minors Report: Aledmys Diaz goes 2-4, Zac Gallen gets First AAA Win

Aledmys Diaz will join the Cardinals core group of players

Memphis 5, New Orleans 1 Aledmys Diaz went 2-4 with a run scored. He started at shortstop and hit 5th in the Redbirds' lineup. Carson Kelly hit his eight home run of the year, while Wilfredo Tovar notched his second. Jose Adolis Garcia also launched his first AAA home run and

St. Louis Cardinals: Can Brett Cecil Close?

Brett Cecil throwing in Spring Training

Following another bullpen meltdown for the Cardinals on Tuesday night, and the shaky 9th last night. I began to wonder if Brett Cecil would be a good option to close given his recent success. Seung-hwan Oh (5.73 ERA, .304 average against) and Trevor Rosenthal (7.15 ERA, .302 average against) have both