As spring training winds down for the Cardinals, most of their roster decisions have been made. One of the key positions that seemed to demand attention was second base.
Lynn’s spot in the rotation should be safe regardless of his struggles.
There have been numerous reports recently that the St. Louis Cardinals are interested in White Sox starter Jake Peavy.
Pitching, pitching and maybe a little pitching. This is where general manager Dayton Moore earned his paycheck this offseason.
So far, Lorenzo Cain is playing well and staying healthy.
Shortstop was only one half of the uncertainty surrounding second base for the Cardinals during spring training.
Kozmamania has hit St. Louis. Get your shirt today.
The St. Louis Cardinals sent home one unproductive veteran player Tuesday in their latest round of cuts, and they need to do the same with another, even if it costs the team a relatively large amount of money.
Pete Kozma might have gotten sudden public support along with the St. Louis Cardinals starting shortstop job after Rafael Furcal announced Thursday he would have Tommy John surgery and miss the entire 2013 season, but Kozma has deserved some of that respect long before now.
Spring training is generally the time of the year to focus on prospects that might have a shot to help the club in the future, and the St. Louis Cardinals might have already found two position players who can step into the regular lineup and fill important needs.