Cardinals Won't Waver From Hitting Philosophy
Despite a fitful hitting performance in 2019, the Cardinals are committed to the organizational hitting plan they put in place before the season.
Dylan Carlson: Cardinals 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
The 20-year-old outfielder accelerated his timeline with a player of the year season in the Texas League.
Randy Arozarena Shows Verve At Triple-A
The 24-year-old Cuban had ignited the Triple-A lineup as leadoff hitter, but can the Cardinals find room for him in St. Louis?
Julio Rodriguez Proving Cardinals Right
An under-the-radar international signing in 2016, Rodriguez has transitioned into a legitimate catching prospect.
Genesis Cabrera Learns From His Mistakes
The 22-year-old lefty got hit hard in the majors but learned two valuable lessons from the experience.
Tommy Edman On The Verge Of The Majors
The 23-year-old switch-hitter is hitting .314/.355/.471 in Triple-A and is capable of playing all over the infield.
Alex Reyes Will Work In Rotation—Eventually
The Cardinals are committed to Reyes in high-leverage relief, but they also want to build him toward a rotation spot later in the season.
Dylan Carlson Could Be Poised For A Breakthrough
The 2016 first-rounder received plenty of attention at big league camp and head to Double-A with momentum.
Mike Mayers Has Faith In His Fastball
Mayers enters the season out of options, and he knows the days of returning to Triple-A for a tuneup are over.
Drew Robinson Could Balance Cardinals' Bench
The 26-year-old has started major league games at four positions and could bring a lefthanded option to multiple positions.