Reyes is Rolling

Only a pair of Dodgers have reached against Alex Reyes, who has mowed down OKC thru four shutout innings with 7 K’s.

3 Up, 3 Down

Alex Reyes just continues to keep rolling, this time setting down OKC in order on just 10 pitches. Oh, and the three outs were via swinging K’s!

All Eyes on Memphis

Typically a Thursday evening contest between the top affiliates of the Dodgers and Cardinals wouldn’t garner national attention, but it is fair to say Memphis has received an extra amount of media credentials leading up to Alex Reyes night at the ballpark. And instead of a bobble head giveaway or autograph session, the fans of [...]

Setting the Table – Peoria

Most of the attention of Minor League Opening Day surrounds those that have a shot at impacting St. Louis this summer. And while that is a completely normal reaction, don’t overlook the youngest affiliate that also kicks off tonight. Peoria, after all, was home to Jordan Hicks just last season and sports a pair of [...]

While everyone patiently waits for the future St. Louis closer, the main event from Palm Beach isn’t who throws the 9th but the one who takes the mound hopefully every fifth day. Junior Fernandez ranks 15th on the initial MLB prospect list, but it is the names ahead of him who should be noted. As [...]

If you have never been to a Texas League game, this summer provides the best possible chance to see a roster stick together in Springfield. The SCards can’t help but notice that both of the teams immediately around them last year won titles, and promotions could be hard to come by in order to crack [...]

Setting the Table – Memphis

How do you possibly improve on a historic season? That’s going to be the question all summer long in Memphis, where the reigning Pacific Coast League champs have arguably an even stronger roster. The Redbirds will have to navigate the hitter friendly confines with a revolving door of pitchers, with as many as seven this [...]

Minor League Eve

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and no, that has nothing to do with the below freezing temps in much of the Cardinals’ listening area today. Four more St. Louis baseball teams are prepped and ready for the run to the postseason as the Prospect Preacher has you covered from Opening Day across [...]

Changing of the Cards

Much has already been written about the shorter than expected October for the Cardinals, so that part of the story can be filed away with the other misses of recent memory. On the night when the NLCS continues on without St. Louis, one other team in recent memory also ended its season too soon but [...]

Mozeliak Must-Do Memo

For the first time in five years, the Cardinal front office has a mission that involves catching a club from the same division. It isn’t just any team either, as the Cubs announced the beginning of a much different rivalry on the biggest stage possible. Wrigley witnessed the dawn of a new age if you [...]

Matheny May Never Learn

Look, I feel the same way about Game 2 that every other St. Louis fan does. It was a game that felt very winnable by the Cardinals and impacts pretty much every other decision going forward in not only this series but the other possible two as well. And while I’m really trying my hardest [...]

Can Cardinals Co-sign?

When all is said and done, the 2015 edition of the Cardinals will be deemed a success no matter how far they play into October or even November. People will talk about how good the rookies have been and that the future on offense is red hot. There will also be those in St. Louis [...]

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Last updated: 10/04/2021