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2014 Major League Stats: 4.75 ERA, 19 G, 36 IP, 1.14 WHIP 2014 Minor League Stats: 3.02 ERA, 27 G, 50.2 IP, 1.03 WHIP 2015 Role: Reliever for Triple-A Memphis Nick Greenwood was one of those players who I had high hopes for, but never seemed to be chosen to make the leap to the majors. Since he came over as the forgotten piece in the trade that sent Ryan Ludwick to San … Continue reading
2014 Major League Stats: .245/.278/.400, 3 HR in 47 G 2014 Minor League Stats: .259/.311/.493, 25 HR in 108 G in AAA 2015 Role: Outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals When Randal Grichuk arrived in the trade that send David Freese and Fernando Salas to the Angels, he was the overlooked player. By the end of the season, that would change for Cardinals fans as he claimed the reigns of the starting job in … Continue reading
2014 Major League Stats: 4.20 ERA, 17 G, 96.1 IP, 1.35 WHIP for STL/BOS 2014 Minor League Stats: 2.61 ERA, 3 G, 10.1 IP, 1.36 WHIP in AAA 2015 Role: Starting Pitcher for the Boston Red Sox Joe Kelly was one of everyone’s favorite Cardinals pitchers. The fun-loving character was a joy to have around, so it made sense when his trade, along with Allen Craig, in July rocked the team. One of my favorites for … Continue reading
2014 Major League Stats: ..251/.288/.337, 5 HR in 102 G for BOS/STL 2015 Role: Catcher in the Major Leagues A.J. Pierzynski, the much maligned signing by John Mozeliak that I think all of us thought was going to be the team’s worst move of the season, turned out to be not so bad for the Cardinals. Perhaps some of the trash thrown at him by the Red Sox as he … Continue reading
2014 Major League Stats: 4.15 ERA, 10 G, 34.2 IP, 1.53 WHIP 2014 Minor League Stats: 2.43 ERA, 21 G, 122 IP, 1.12 WHIP 2015 Role: Reliever for St. Louis Marco Gonzales made it two years in a row that the Cardinals’ first round pick made their Major League debut the very next year. Gonzales, 22, happened to get an opportunity to make that debut at home in Colorado against the Rockies. His … Continue reading