The St. Louis Cardinals came to spring training with very few roster decisions to make. Most of those decisions have been reached in the last few days.
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.
Spring training offers a preview of what the 2014 season holds for the teams around Major League Baseball. It also gives a glimpse of the future of the organizations as prospects take the field and show off their talents in front of the big league coaching staffs.
This has been an interesting spring for the Kansas City Royals.
St. Louis Cardinals righthanded starting pitcher Shelby Miller had to beat out Joe Kelly for the fifth and final spot in the rotation through somewhat of a spring training-long duel between the two pitchers in 2013, and Kelly faces a similar challenge that could produce a similar result in 2014.
The Cardinals’ top prospect was sent to minor league camp on Thursday after only two appearances. But the spring is all about seizing the opportunities, so who does his demotion from the Opening Day picture benefit the most?
Yesterday afternoon, the Cardinals released the details of their schedule for the 2014 season. Here are a few of the highlights and series of note for the upcoming season.
The St. Louis Cardinals and the Cordish Companies announced today that more than 400 parking spaces within Ballpark Village are now available for fans looking for game day parking.
Seven years after the Cardinals moved into the new stadium, Ballpark Village is finally taking shape beyond the leftfield wall.
The St. Louis Cardinals have promoted Carlos Martinez and optioned Mitchell Boggs to Memphis.