For Cardinals, All Things Are Not Created Equal For Final Rotation Slot
Mar13

For Cardinals, All Things Are Not Created Equal For Final Rotation Slot

Not much more than a month or so ago, it all seemed so simple when it came to evaluating the Cardinals’ fifth rotation slot. However, somewhere along the line, things changed due to the quiet return of a veteran stalwart that had been cast off to the desert of indefinite return status, Jamie Garcia.

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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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St. Louis Cardinals’ Bullpen Battle Takes Center Stage for Roster Decisions
Mar25

St. Louis Cardinals’ Bullpen Battle Takes Center Stage for Roster Decisions

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.

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Rookie Kolten Wong Expected to Be St. Louis Cardinals’ Starting 2nd Baseman
Mar24

Rookie Kolten Wong Expected to Be St. Louis Cardinals’ Starting 2nd Baseman

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.

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