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The St. Louis Cardinals have embarked on one of their longest, and undoubtedly toughest, road trips of the season to face the Atlanta Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates and Cincinnati Reds for 11 games in 10 days that will give the team a chance to measure itself against the National League’s best and give a preview of what type of competition the team will face in the playoffs.
After three games Friday through Sunday against the Braves, the Cardinals will head to Pittsburgh for five games in four games, including a doubleheader to make up for a rainout April 16, and finish with three games the following weekend in Cincinnati.
The Cardinals were 10.5 games from falling out of a playoff spot as they began the first game of the trip Friday in Atlanta because of the two possible wild-card spots Major League Baseball introduced in 2012, so this road trip won’t determine whether or not they’ll make the playoffs, but it could help show how much success the team could have once it gets there.
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The Cardinals parted with another one of their struggling relievers today when they traded Marc Rzepczynski to the Cleveland Indians for minor league infielder Juan Herrera, according to Derrick Goold.
Scrabble was the last holdover from the Cardinals trade that sent Cody Rasmus to Toronto back in 2011. He was the key lefty out of the team's pen during their World Series...
(via TurnersTwist.com) The St. Louis Cardinals traded lefty reliever Marc Rzepczynski for Cleveland Indians prospect Juan Herrera on Tuesday afternoon.
First off, moving Rzepczynski was a smart decision. Scrabble was not pitching as effectively as he had in the past. Plus, the off-season acquisition of Randy Choate and the development of Kevin Siegrist and Sam Freeman made...
With the trade deadline quickly approaching and the St. Louis Cardinals in a four-game swoon, Cardinal Nation is in full panic mode and trying to figure out what is wrong and what is ailing this team.
Many are hoping that general manager John Mozeliak makes a deal at the deadline not only to reinforce part of the team, but to also provide it with an emotional jolt that could jump...
Matt Holliday was activated from the 15-day disabled list on Saturday according to Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com after passing all the necessary running tests. He started against the Braves.
And it really seemed like he wasn't the same guy. Although he did get one hit in four at-bats, his 16th double of the year off Julio Teheran, he was involved in an odd play in the bottom...
Since I’m not Carlos Beltran, I can’t tell you what he was thinking when he swung at this pitch from Jordan Walden last night. But, seeing as how Beltran is a Major League Baseball All-Star who has been known to hit the ball quite well from time to time, I’m sure he wasn’t thinking it would land a solid two and a half feet in front of home plate.
But that’s exactly what...
This is a list of every first baseman in the Cardinals organization organized by what team they are currently on. There are other players who have made starts at first base, these plays have had the majority of their starts at first. After the players name you will find their age and the teams they have played with in 2013 beginning with the earliest team. This post will be updated...
According to Jon Paul Morosi and Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the Rangers have apparently made everyone available, including short stop Elvis Andrus. The team is seeking another bat, given the uncertainty surrounding Nelson Cruz and a potential suspension from Biogenesis, with Jim Bowden indicating that they are targeting outfielders, not DH's.
Given the Cardinals need for...
(via CardinalsFarm.com) The Baby Birds went 2-5 on Saturday as Peoria and State College won, while Memphis, Springfield, Palm Beach, Johnson City, and the GCL Cards all lost.
Here are quick game summaries with a link to the box score:
Memphis lost 6-5. The Memphis Redbirds fell to the Round Rock Express 6-5 on Saturday. The Redbirds got 2 hits from Jamie Romak, Luis Mateo, and Chris...
The Baby Birds went 5-2 on Monday as Springfield, Peoria, State College, Johnson City, and the GCL Cards all won, while Memphis and Palm Beach were on the losing end.
Here are quick game summaries followed by the player of the game and a link to the box score:
The Memphis Redbirds lost 7-4 to the Round Rock Express on Monday. Adron Chambers had 2 hits including a triple and his...
The Cleveland Indians have completed a trade with the St. Louis Cardinals, receiving left-handed relief pitcher Marc Rzepczynski from the St. Louis Cardinals for SS Juan Herrera from short-season Mahoning Valley.
Rzepczynski is a 27-year old reliever who has spent the past two seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals organization. He was drafted in the fifth round by the Toronto...
The Cleveland Indians have acquired left-handed reliever Marc Rzepczynski from the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Indians sent minor league infielder Juan Herrera to St. Louis on Tuesday in exchange for Rzepczynski, who Cleveland hopes will help them get out left-handed hitters.
The 27-year-old is 9-17 with a 4.20 ERA in 177 career games for Toronto and St. Louis. Lefties have batted...
by: Lukas Adams
Jenkins was the 50th player taken in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft out of Henderson High School (Texas) and is rated a top 10 prospect by MLB.com. He caught the eye of many people with his tremendous athleticism as he was recruited to play quarterback at Baylor University. Unfortunately, Jenkins has dealt with shoulder problems both in 2012 and this year in 2013...
The Indians traded for Marc Rzepczynski. They traded Juan Herrera to get him. Tuesday is the day before the MLB non-waiver trade deadline, and so far this is Tuesday’s only trade to take place. Despite all the rumors involving bigger names, only these players have been swapped, and most baseball fans probably literally couldn’t care any less. It’s a trade of one non-prospect...
If this five-game series against the first-place St. Louis Cardinals is a chance for the Pirates to make a statement they didn't wait long to clear their throats.
And as the game went on the Cardinals couldn't shut them up.
The Pirates grabbed a four-run lead in the first inning added five in the seventh and clubbed the Cardinals 9-2 Monday night at PNC Park.
Nipping at the heels of the St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Central, the Pittsburgh Pirates hope they're catching the division leaders at the right time.
The top two teams in the NL open a pivotal five-game, four-day series Monday night at PNC Park.
"I think the Cardinal series has been on a lot of the fans' dockets for some time now,'' Pirates manager Clint...