Posted January 26, 2013 on
Brian Walton’s one-on-one interview with the leader of the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system plus bonus Winter Warm-Up presentation highlights.
BEST OF MAXIM
FOR 'THE MAN'
NBC’s Bob Costas delivered the emotional eulogy for Hall of Famer and St. Louis Cardinals legend Stan “The Man” Musial, who passed away at 92. Musial played for the Cardinals from 1941 to 1963. That’s right — he played for the same team for 22 years. In fact, Musial was so revered in St. Louis, that two statues of him stand outside Busch Stadium. He was considered...
As spring training continues to inch closer and closer, the excitement of St. Louis Cardinals fans will continue to build as the Cardinals look to improve upon their 2012 performance under first year manager Mike Matheny. Spring training also gives fans a chance to see some of the organization's best prospects.
Two weeks ago, we started to publish our ranking of the best prospects...
Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections, which have typically appeared in the pages of Baseball Think Factory, are being released at FanGraphs this year. Below are the projections for the St. Louis Cardinals. Szymborski can be found on Twitter at @DSzymborski.
Other 2013 Projections: Angels / Astros / Athletics / Blue Jays / Brewers / Cubs / Diamondbacks / Giants / Mets / Nationals ...
ST. LOUIS - A stranger approached Stan Musial's grandson Andrew Edmonds during the Hall of Famer's public viewing Thursday, with tears running down his face.
"Your grandpa's best attribute," the man said, "was that he made nobodies feel like somebodies."
The thought was shared by many Saturday as friends, family, former teammates and many who never...
The St. Louis Cardinals are among the teams interested in
free agent shortstop Ronny Cedeno, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.
St. Louis is set to enter the season with Rafael Furcal as
their everyday player at shortstop. The veteran is currently rehabbing the
elbow injury that ended his 2012 season, but the Cardinals expect him to be
ready for the start of spring...
On Friday, CBS’ Jon Heyman reported the St. Louis Cardinals are among a group of teams interested in free agent shortstop/second baseman Ronny Cedeno.
The Venezuelan, who turns 30 years of age in two weeks, first came up with the Chicago Cubs in 2005. In 2009, Cedeno was traded to Seattle then Pittsburgh. Replacing fan favorite Jack Wilson, he remained a Pirate, starting at shortstop...
In the first of a four-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.