Meet the NRIs: RHP Seth Maness

Seth Maness was an 11th round pick of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2011 MLB draft. A right handed pitcher out of East Carolina. He was a middle infielder when he started his collegiate career, but was converted to pitcher after injury struck the Pirates' starting rotation. He was Conference USA's Pitcher of the […] Read More

Lynn’s comments ignite fans

Many St. Louis Cardinals fans and bloggers today have jumped all over Lance Lynn thanks to a quote tweeted by Cardinals.com beat writer Jenifer Langosch. "I was an 18 game winner last year with an All Star appearance. I have to do a lot of things to lose my spot, in my opinion." This isn't […] Read More

Meet the NRIs: C J.R. Towles

Justin Robert Towles, or better known as J.R. Towles, is probably best known to Cardinals' fans as the backup catcher for the Houston Astros. Despite being drafted by the Oakland Athletics in 2002 and 2003, Towles returned to school until drafted by the Astros in the 20th round of the 2004 draft. Towles' highlight game […] Read More

Freese avoids arbitration

David Freese and the St. Louis Cardinals avoided arbitration, settling on a 1 year deal worth $3.15 million. That means the team continues it's streak of not having a player case reach arbitration since Darren Oliver in 1999. It also puts the team's projected Opening Day Salary Obligations at $113.9 million, up from $111.8 million […] Read More

Carpenter likely out for season

The Cardinals' General Manager John Mozeliak announced this afternoon that he didn't expect Chris Carpenter to pitch for the team in 2013. The issues surrounding his arm with stingers and tingling have returned. It may be the answer to the question I asked earlier this offseason of what do you do about Chris Carpenter. While […] Read More

Meet the NRIs: C Rob Johnson

Rob Johnson began his professional career as a fourth round draft pick of the Seattle Mariners in the 2004 draft. He attended Saddleback College in California before transferring to the University of Houston where he played one season before entering the MLB Draft in 2004. In the 2005 season, between A and high A ball, […] Read More

Meet the NRIs: OF Justin Christian

Justin Christian was signed by the Cardinals to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training as a free agent. He spent last season with the San Francisco Giants. He has played parts of three seasons in the majors since 2008, including 32 games and 61 plate appearances last year for the Giants […] Read More

Cardinals get two spring games on ESPN

ESPN issued a press release today with their Spring Training television lineup. While every game features a team from the north east United States, two of them include the St. Louis Cardinals. Guess you figured that one out though, eh? The first game ESPN will air is the Cardinals' contest with the New York Yankees […] Read More