One of the most debated elements to the late season, and now postseason, is the status of Edward Mujica. And now, the arm that was tasked with the majority of the most clutch moments of the year, is struggling to find relevance among the pitching staff.
In two sweeping moves on Tuesday afternoon, the Cardinal roster was rearranged by removing two of the most debated presences in the Cardinal organization, in Ty Wigginton and Mitchell Boggs.
The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 9-1 Friday, but they had to survive another bad performance from reliever Mitchell Boggs while Joe Kelly once again proved he should be used more often.
It is a pivotal season for the up and down Fernando Salas, and he has potentially as tough of a future to determine as any arm on the roster. But where does he best fit in, if at all?
Although not flashy, St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds offseason moves could create best race of 2013
The St. Louis Cardinals went into the offseason with a very short shopping list. Solidify the bullpen, which they accomplished with the signing of Randy Choate, and upgrade the middle infield.
The St. Louis Cardinals didn’t make many moves during last week’s Winter Meetings, but they did complete an important deal to solidify a position the team struggled to fill throughout the 2012 season.
The St. Louis Cardinals have been looking for a left handed relief pitcher this off season. Today, they got their man.
The possibility of trading Colby Rasmus intrigues nine different teams. The left handed trade market is interesting as well.