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It was a 4-3 night for the Baby Birds as Palm Beach, Peoria, State College, and the GCL Cards won. Memphis, Springfield, and Johnson City all lost. Zach Petrick was roughed up in his start for Springfield.
Here are quick game summaries followed by the official box scores:
Omaha beats Memphis 5-2 on Friday night. Mike O’Neill, Ryan Jackson, Jermaine Curtis, and Justin Christian each had 2 hits. Brock Peterson and Travis Tartamella had the RBI’s for the Redbirds. Boone Whiting took the loss allowing 2 earned runs on 4 hits over 6 innings. Victor Marte pitched the final 3 innings and allowed a run on 2 hits. CONTINUE READING.... The post CardinalsFarm.com: Silent bats in the upper minors appeared first on StlSportsMinute.com.
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The St.Louis Cardinals have announced that they will promote second baseman Kolten Wong before Friday’s contest with the Chicago Cubs. Wong is currently enjoying success for the Cardinals Triple A affiliate Memphis Redbirds where he is hitting .306 in 463 plate appearances thus far this season. Wong has also chipped in with 10 home runs and 20 stolen bases for the Redbirds but...
ST. LOUIS -- When ranking the Cardinals' MVP candidates at the three-quarter mark of the season, you start -- and finish -- with Yadier Molina.
But as obvious as Molina's value is to the Cardinals, the candidates for runner-up MVP aren't so easy to distinguish.
Do you like Allen Craig's majors-best .461 batting average with runners in scoring position and team...
Yadier Molina returned to the field on Thursday after sitting on the disabled list for 15 days while inflammation in his sprained right knee subsided, and according to Jenifer Langosch and Chad Thornburg of MLB.com, manager Mike Matheny will give him more rest than usual down the stretch. He hasn't been in the lineup since July 30th.
The Cardinals' plans for Molina is...
While the St. Louis Cardinals were able to activate one catcher yesterday, they also lost another for a significant period to injury. St. Louis activated All-Star backstop Yadier Molina from the disabled list, making room for him on the roster by placing Tony Cruz on the DL with a fractured forearm, according to Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com.
Cruz is dealing with a stress fracture...
Joe Kelly has been the best starting pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals since the All-Star break. Including a brief stint back in the bullpen, Kelly has been one of the top pitchers in baseball since mid-June.
The table below is a breakdown of his statistics since June 14th:
Jun 14 to Aug 17
After Thursday’s thrilling walk off win, the Cardinals continued to make the future the present, by promoting second baseman Kolten Wong from Triple-A Memphis. The latest pull from the club’s minor league talent pool is sure to spark an immediate debate about who should be in the daily starting lineup (a la Matt Adams), but what’s for certain is that the club is completely...
Called upon in emergency relief his last time out, Jake Westbrook had one of the worst games his career. He'll have to try to bounce back on the road, where he's also struggled.
But Westbrook and the St. Louis Cardinals at least have the fortune of facing a Chicago Cubs team in the throes of unprecedented offensive struggles at Wrigley Field on Friday.
Westbrook (7-7, 4...
The St Louis Cardinals have called up second baseman Kolten Wong, one of their top prospects, from AAA Memphis. He should arrive in time for Friday’s game with the Chicago Cubs.
He was hitting .303 in Memphis with 10 home runs, eight triples and 21 doubles. In his last 10 games at Memphis, he was hitting .351.
Wong sat out Thursday night’s game for Triple-A Memphis against Colorado...
ST. LOUIS -- For the first time this season, the Cardinals won a series against the Pirates, their 6-5, 12-inning victory Thursday afternoon serving as the clincher.
That wasn't their only first of the three-game set. They also enjoyed their first two walk-off hits of the season as well as their first two victories after they had trailed by three or more runs. After coming back...
The Cardinals have won eight games (out of 23) since July 25. Joe Kelly has won three and started another Cardinals victory in that streak.
Yadier Molina has caught two games since coming of the disabled after suffering a right knee sprain. The Cardinals have won both. You may draw your own conclusions.
Kelly who has given up one or no runs in three of those four starts blanked...
Weekly St. Louis Cardinals-focused chat on KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines.
Late Thursday afternoon, I joined Jim Brinson on KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines in our regular series to discuss the St. Louis Cardinals, “Cardinal Talk.” This time, we briefly discussed the recently-ended home series win over the first-place Pittsburgh Pirates.
Yadier Molina hit a two-run homer, Joe Kelly threw six scoreless innings and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Chicago Cubs 4-0 on Saturday.
Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro was pulled shortly after making a mental mistake that let the Cardinals score in the fifth.
The Cardinals led 1-0 and had the bases loaded with one out when Castro caught a popup by Matt Carpenter in short left...
It was a 2-5 night for the Baby Birds as State College and Johnson City won, while Memphis, Springfield, Palm Beach, Peoria, and the GCL Cards all lost. Young pitching prospects Alex Reyes (pictured) and Rob Kaminsky were solid in their starts.
Here are quick game summaries followed by the official box score:
Memphis lost to Omaha 5-4 on Saturday. Jermaine Curtis has two of the...
Cardinals righthander Adam Wainwright hadn’t won a game for nearly a month. But he still is tied for the National League in wins at 14 after a dominant seven-inning 11-strikeout performance against the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.
Wainwright winless in four starts since July 21 was the staff ace he had been for much of the season raising his record to 14-7 and his mark at Wrigley Field...
Bottom of the 5th inning. First three batters of the inning reach for the Cardinals and Lance Lynn comes up to bat with no outs and Danny Descalso on first base.
The Cardinals had gotten tagged for 4 runs in the top of the inning, so this rally was not just welcome, but needed. And yes, in the parlance of this week, three consecutive hits and 2 runs scored...