The major league baseball season is a long, volatile, fickle mistress that spends anywhere from eight to nine months eating it's players, owners, and fans alive. No matter the organization, nearly every day feels like an inescapable grind that is constantly beating it's supporters and loved ones down even when
April has come to a close, and with it closes the first month of both the Major and Minor League season. The Cardinals four full-season affiliates had a combined record of 47-43 during April. While that might not seem like a record to wow you, there have been a lot
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.
With the 2017 minor league season a little more than a week away, it is that time of the year for me to make my annual roster predictions for the St. Louis Cardinals minor league affiliates. These roster predictions are just that, predictions. I don't have any inside information and
For the last few seasons it has been somewhat of a running joke that Mike Matheny dislikes playing Tommy Pham. The guy could hit 3 bombs in a game and then ride the pines for a month or so. It's an exaggeration, but founded in some truth. When Brandon Moss
Over the course of the offseason, most St. Louis Cardinals fans clamored for a fourth outfielder. The recent signing of international free agent Adolis Garcia brought the backup outfielder debate up again, and the hope is that he can compete for a spot.
More realistically, though, Garcia will start the year
The St. Louis Cardinals are currently set to go into the 2017 season with Tommy Pham and Jose Martinez as their top outfield replacements. Martinez had a very nice cup of coffee with the big league team at the end of last season hitting .438 in 18 plate appearances. This