Found January 31, 2012 on Sports ? Brews ? JSOnline:
The Brewers gave themselves more depth in the outfield by signing veteran Corey Patterson to a minor-league deal.

Brewers' Gamel eager to seize opportunity

MILWAUKEE After years of waiting, a couple of false starts and a position change, Mat Gamel is finally getting his chance with the Milwaukee Brewers.Gamel, 26, was the Brewers' fourth-round selection (115th overall) in the 2005 Major League Baseballdraft and quickly established himself as one of the top prospects in a stacked Milwaukee system.He's terrorized minor league...

Sources: Cards working on Oswalt deal

The St. Louis Cardinals don't have a deal in place to sign free-agent starter Roy Oswalt -- yet -- but they are working diligently to create the necessary payroll flexibility, major-league sources said Sunday. Oswalt likely would jump at an offer of one year and $10 million from the Cardinals, according to a source familiar with his thinking. In recent days, the team has discussed...

Patterson: Not Done Yet

Hot News for OF Corey Patterson

Brewers give Patterson minor league deal (AP)

The Milwaukee Brewers have signed outfielder Corey Patterson to a minor league contract. Patterson played 44 games for the St. Louis Cardinals last season, batting .157 with three RBIs. The 32-year-old Patterson made his major league debut with the Chicago Cubs in 2000 and played for them through the 2005 season.

Can Oswalt Have His Cake And Eat It Too?

Roy Oswalt wants to pitch for the St. Louis Cardinals or the Texas Rangers.  Roy Oswalt wants to start and is not open to moving to the bullpen.  Roy Oswalt also wants a one year deal worth ten million dollars. The Cardinals and Rangers have full pitching staffs that will see a hurler from each team spend time in the bullpen that have seen time on the mound at the beginning of...

Rally Squirrel Knocks Skip Schumaker Off His Own Baseball Card

As the St. Louis Cardinals unexpected postseason success continued a local rodent became famous, the Rally Squirrel was born. It was during Skip Schumaker's at-bat against Roy Oswalt when the squirrel made his first appearance, something Topps decided to celebrate. Schumaker's devoted fans might be disappointed when they collect the newest Schumaker card, he isn't even...

Skip Schumaker's New Topps Card Is Awesome

This is awesome. Remember the Rally Squirrel, who gained so much attention during last year's Cardinals playoff run? Topps has dragged it back into the limelight, prominently featuring the squirrel on Skip Schumaker's Topps card for this season. Don't worry Schumaker fans, this is just going to be a short print and not the more commonly distributed card. I'm not...

Brewers' formula may change without Fielder

Prince Fielder is gone for good. Ryan Braun wasn't there, either. The two names most frequently mentioned during the Milwaukee Brewers' offseason weren't a part of the team's fan festival on Sunday. And if that's the way things still look at the beginning of the season, the Brewers insist they'll be just fine. The Brewers still plan on contending this season...

BaseballHQ on Cardinals Prospects: 2012

In the first of a three-part series, we highlight the top 15 St. Louis Cardinals prospects from the Minor League Baseball Analyst with the details as to why they’re ranked where they are.

Around the Horn: Cardinals catchers

It may not be left field at Fenway Park or center field at Yankee Stadium, but playing catcher in St. Louis comes with a certain set of expectations and a healthy legacy.

Around the Horn: Cardinals bullpen

Bullpens tend to be confounding things. Few positions see more volatility from year to year than relief pitchers, and that's certainly been true for the Cardinals.
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