Cardinals Winter Warm Up Progressive Blog – Day 3
Jan19

Cardinals Winter Warm Up Progressive Blog – Day 3

The Cardinals Winter Warm Up has officially wrapped up at the Hyatt Regency in downtown St. Louis, and next stop for the gear up for baseball season will be when spring training opens up in Jupiter, Florida next month. Wrapping things up, here’s a look at comments from the last Cardinals to make their way through the doors for the WWU: 10:30: Kevin Siegrist Regarding his heavy workload in 2015, Siegrist believes he could...

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Cardinals Care Winter Warm Up Progressive Blog – Day 3
Jan19

Cardinals Care Winter Warm Up Progressive Blog – Day 3

I-70 is back for the final day of the 2015 Cardinals Care Winter Warm Up, at the Hyatt Regency in downtown St. Louis. If you have missed the first two entries, the PB will be posting commentary from the player media sessions at the WWU, along with analysis and regular updates throughout the duration of the event. If you missed either of the first two entries from the weekend, head back to Day 1 and Day 2 for comments from Jason...

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St. Louis Cardinals should choose Jorge Rondon for final bullpen spot
Mar25

St. Louis Cardinals should choose Jorge Rondon for final bullpen spot

Now that St. Louis Cardinals management has decided which pitcher it wants to begin the season in the fifth and final spot in the starting rotation, its focus can shift to a similar dilemma that exists for the last spot in the bullpen.

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Oscar Taveras Needs to Find Motivation in Minor League Assignment
Mar18

Oscar Taveras Needs to Find Motivation in Minor League Assignment

Oscar Taveras, one of the St. Louis Cardinals’ top prospects, was supposed to be competing for a spot on the 2014 major league roster at this point in the spring.

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Cardinals Winter Warm Up Progressive Blog, Day 3
Jan20

Cardinals Winter Warm Up Progressive Blog, Day 3

Follow the third and final Cardinals Winter Warm Up Progressive Blog here today. Comments from Mike Matheny, Matt Holliday and Michael Wacha, among others, to come.

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