Molina's future is question only he can answer
Molina's future is question only he can answer
The conversation about whether the Cardinals should extend Yadier Molina's contract beyond this season really comes down to one question, which only Molina can answer. Will he share the job?
Postcard from Cardinals' camp for Saturday
Postcard from Cardinals' camp for Saturday
Lance Lynn, John Gant and Jhonny Peralta all had to leave Saturday's game early because of injuries but it appeared none of them are serious as the Cardinals lost 1-0 to the Marlins.
Padres likely to keep Allen Cordoba on roster
Padres likely to keep Allen Cordoba on roster
With just over a week left in spring training it looks likely that the Padres will keep former Cardinals prospect Allen Cordoba, selected in the Rule 5 draft, on their roster when the season starts.
Adams is accepting of role as backup to Carpenter
Adams is accepting of role as backup to Carpenter
As Matt Carpenter returned to the Cardinals lineup Friday, it was almost symbolic that Matt Adams was in Jupiter, working with the few extra players who did not make the trip to Port St. Lucie.
Daniel Bard's journey brings him to Cardinals
Daniel Bard's journey brings him to Cardinals
Daniel Bard's journey to try to get back to the major leagues has brought him to the Cardinals, where, thanks to a new sidearm delivery, he believes he is finally headed down the right path.
Updating battles in Cardinals' spring camp
Updating battles in Cardinals' spring camp
An update of the various battles going on in the Cardinals' spring training camp shows that Jose Martinez likely has won a spot on the opening day roster as one of the two backup outfielders.
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Posts Tagged 'MLB draft'

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Bader has been breakout star from Cardinals 2015 draft class

A year later, Harrison Bader has been the breakout star from the Cardinals' 2015 draft class, but he is not the only selection off to a good start in his professional career. A look back at last year's draft. 

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Cardinals never thought Delvin Perez would fall to them in draft

The Cardinals signed their top draft pick, shortstop Delvin Perez, on Friday, a player scouting director Randy Flores thought was the best player he watched all spring - but never thought would get to the Cardinals. 

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For Zach Mortimer, signing of Dylan Carlson ends 30-month pursuit

The signing of first-round draft pick Dylan Carlson by the Cardinals on Wednesday ended a 30-month pursuit for scout Zach Mortimer, who covers northern California for the team. . 

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Common theme emerges from Cards draft - low strikeout totals

The Cardinals' selection of USC catcher Jeremy Martinez in the fourth round of last week's draft was followed by more and more college picks with one quite similar component in their game - a very low strikeout rate. 

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Cardinals' draft pick J.D. Murders inspired by younger sister

Cardinals' draft pick J.D. Murders from Bolivar, Mo., has been inspired by his 12-year-old sister, Avery, who has cerebral palsy, is confined to a wheelchair, is blind and doesn't speak.

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Cardinals hope Fennell, Billings become latest day three gems

The Cardinals have had great success in finding players out of small colleges on the third day of the draft, and they hope they did it again on Saturday with outfielders Mick Fennell of California (Pa.) University and Shane Billings of Wingate. 

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Cardinals hope some of new draft selections can fill power void

Left-handed hitting prep prospect Walker Robbins was one of the Cardinals' selections on the second day of the draft on Friday, when the team concentrated on offensive players with power potential. 

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Cardinals use their top draft pick on player who failed drug test

When the Cardinals thought a player might slide to them in the first round of the draft Thursday night, they didn't know it would be 17-year-old shortstop Delvin Perez from Puerto Rico, who fell because of a positive drug test. 

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Five intriguing possibilities for Cardinals' first-round draft picks

There is a lot of uncertainty about what players will be left on the board when the Cardinals make their three picks in the first round of the draft Thursday night, but here is a look at five intriguing possibilities. 

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Playoff experience has Flores prepared for pressure of draft

Randy Flores expects he will feel the same level of anxiety during the first round of the baseball draft Thursday night as he experienced on the mound pitching for the Cardinals in game seven of the NL Championship Series in 2006. 

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