The Cardinals proved themselves to be proactive once again in keeping their own in tow by forgoing the arbitration process with pitcher Lance Lynn.
Daniel Descalsco is in a position that he has found himself in the past, which is showing up to comp. However, for a change, there is no clear role that works in his favor alone.
As the St. Louis Cardinals face the final weekend of the National League Championship Series, and the baseball year as a whole rolls into its final go around shortly, the show still goes on, regardless of outcome.
BREAKING – The St. Louis Cardinals have acquired John Axford from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for a player to be named later, according to Kary Booher of the Springfield News Leader.
The early season tailspin of the Cardinals season was due much in part the inability to close games out late. Yet, with his success closing out games raising his profile, it makes him a sleeper candidate for a guy having a huge contract year.
For several years now the Royals have had one of the better farm systems in Major League Baseball. Most teams should be so lucky.
The St. Louis Cardinals completed an agreement to keep first baseman Allen Craig in tow last week, but very well may have done much more than just that. But to understand this, a grasp on the first base market, the financial position of the Cardinals and the club’s future forecast must be fully considered.
The scene at third base for the Cardinals has been an ever changing one in recent years. However, even with David Freese in tow, the club is aware that the page will turn at the spot eventually, and are preparing for it constantly.
The St. Louis Cardinals reached an agreement with third baseman David Freese on Friday on a deal for the 2013 season. However, the deal represents the just beginning of potentially difficult decision making process over the next few years
When asked if he anticipated Chris Carpenter playing any role for the Cardinals in 2013, General Manager John Mozeliak simply stated “No, I do not”.