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Author Archives: Jon Doble
When Brandon Moss hit the Cardinals’ Major League leading 31st home run of the season in the 5th inning, the question crossed my Twitter feed. How many three run home runs have the Cardinals hit this year? The answer? Nine. Here are some quick hits about home runs so far this season. – With this 5th home run in the 20th game of the season, Brandon Moss is currently on pace … Continue reading
If we ever needed an example of why most players play through injuries rather than risk a disabled list trip to make sure they’re at 100%, we need to look no further than Ruben Tejada. Following the injury to Jhonny Peralta, the Cardinals signed Ruben Tejada after he was cut by the Mets. The Cardinals optioned Aledmys Diaz to the minors after signing Tejada and Tejada was widely viewed as the … Continue reading
Coming into spring training this year there really wasn’t much of a question about the St. Louis Cardinals’ pitching staff. There were five healthy starting pitchers in Adam Wainwright, Mike Leake, Jaime Garcia, Michael Wacha, and Carlos Martinez ready to contribute. There was Tim Cooney and Marco Gonzales likely starting in Memphis waiting for an opportunity. Plus Tyler Lyons in the St. Louis bullpen who could always be stretched out … Continue reading
We’ve all heard about the other night when the Cardinals launched three pinch hit home runs, courtesy of Jeremy Hazelbaker, Aledmys Diaz, and Greg Garcia. Brandon Moss added one of his own in tonight’s game to give the Cardinals four pinch hit home runs on the season. There have only been seven hit in all of baseball this year (Detroit has 2, Colorado has 1). But here’s a couple quick … Continue reading
The Cardinals’ full season minor league affiliates start their seasons tonight and ahead of that comes the roster announcements. Here’s the way the rosters stack up for the full season affiliates Memphis Redbirds (AAA) Pitchers (14): John Church, Juan Gonzalez, Jeremy Hefner, Dean Kiekhefer*, Thomas Lee, Deck McGuire, Arturo Reyes, Ryan Sherriff, Miguel Socolovich*, J.C. Sulbaran, Sam Tuivailala*, Justin Wright, Heath Wyatt Catchers (2): Mike Ohlman*, Alberto Rosario Infielders (6): … Continue reading