There were just two games in the St. Louis Cardinals' minor league system on Sunday and both shared the same result as the big club, losses. Memphis fell to Oklahoma City 3-2, while Springfield was crushed by Midland 9-4. Here are the highlights from Sunday's minor league action.
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At 3-6, the St. Louis Cardinals are off to their worst start in the Mike Matheny era. We know the Cardinals will not continue to play .333 ball (that would be 54 wins on the season), but how deep of a hole is the club in? Yes, it's too early
It was another strong day/night for the St. Louis Cardinals minor league affiliates on Wednesday. Three clubs were in action and three clubs were victorious, all by one run. Memphis beat Colorado Springs 2-1, Palm Beach topped Charlotte 8-7, and Peoria beat Quad Cities 3-2. It was an exciting night
While the big club continued to play poorly in Washington, the St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguers had a pretty successful night that included several strong pitching performances and not one, but two home runs from top catching prospect Carson Kelly. Here are the highlights from Tuesday's minor league action.
Monday was another rain shortened night in the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system as Peoria was once again rained out. The other affiliates went 2-1 as Memphis, thanks to Luke Voit and Tommy Pham, improved to 4-1 on the young season and Palm Beach upped their record to 3-2.
The St. Louis Cardinals minor league affiliates had a tough job on Friday. They had to follow a perfect 3-0 night on Opening Night. However, the clubs one-upped Opening Night and went 4-0 on Friday night. All four clubs got the win and three of those were in convincing fashion.
It was minor league Opening Night on Thursday and the St. Louis Cardinals affiliates had a pretty strong evening. The only defeat was to the rain as the Peoria Chiefs were washed out in their opener in Burlington. A couple of top prospects, Jack Flaherty and Harrison Bader, showed why
On Sunday, the Peoria Chiefs announced their preliminary roster for the 2017 season. According to their press release, the Chiefs include 11 players that were drafted last year by the Cardinals, two former first round picks, and five top 30 prospects (according to MLB.com and Baseball America). The Chiefs also
Every other day over the next two months, John Nagel and Kyle Reis will announce a new prospect on The Redbird Daily’s Top 30 St. Louis Cardinals Prospect List. For each prospect, John and Kyle will reveal where that prospect landed on their personal lists and also few thoughts on
The 2017 Peoria Chiefs should be a fun team to watch as they could have several top prospects on their club to open the season. The next wave of young prospects is making their way up the minor league system. However, there is one top prospect I do not see