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Reading between the lines: Cardinals' GM John Mozeliak's thoughts on the trade market

In case you missed it, Cardinals GM John Mozeliak was a recent guest on Jim Bowden's "The GM's Office" video blog on ESPN.com.  Steve Adams of mlbtraderumors.com has a nice synopsis of the highlights from the interview, but its worth checking out the video in its entirety.Whenever I see quotes or hear soundbites from a GM around this time of year, I always like...
Via Cardinals Fan in Cubs Land
5 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals need to stockpile wins before August

The St. Louis Cardinals have done an admirable job in the first three weeks of July by winning four of their five series to climb back toward the top of the National League Central Division, and now they have a chance to position themselves well for the final third of the season. But they better take care of business quickly. St. Louis finishes the month with eight games against...
Via i70baseball
6 days ago  |  Discuss

As Michael Wacha news is encouraging, Cardinals still need a starter

Michael Wacha‘s MRI results earlier today showed improvement according to Rick Hummel of the St. Louis Post Dispatch. http://www.stltoday.com/sports/baseball/professional/cardinal-beat/article_df5d72d0-e87e-5161-a85f-2ea6e5cae048.html#.U81y4g-7jME.twitter However, Wacha will start a throwing program in the next two weeks, but won’t return to the Cardinals starting rotation possibly...
Via Cardinals Farm
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals Injury Update: Michael Wacha making progress

St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Michael Wacha’s injured shoulder is improving, reports Rick Hummel of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:#450787752 / gettyimages.comWacha last pitched on June 17 after suffering from a stress reaction in his right scapula. He underwent an MRI and CT scan on Monday. The results were “positive” according to general manager John Mozeliak.The 23-year...
Via Sports Injury Alert
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals report 'vast improvement' in Wacha's shoulder

ST. LOUIS -- The chances that Cardinals right-hander Michael Wacha will pitch again this season went from hopeful to very strong after undergoing a round of tests on Monday. While the MRI and CT results showed that the issue with his right shoulder -- a stress reaction -- has not completely cleared, there has been "vast improvement," general manager John Mozeliak said....
Via Fox Sports Midwest
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Wacha’s return more crucial for St. Louis Cardinals than Yadier Molina

Yadier Molina might have suffered the most serious injury of the 2014 season for the St. Louis Cardinals, but one of the injuries to their pitchers might be the most significant in their attempt at another National League Central Division title. The Cardinals at least know they will be without Molina for at least the next two months, and that timeframe leaves about only two weeks...
Via i70baseball
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals Injury Update: Michael Wacha to rest two more weeks

The St. Louis Cardinals are contending in the National League Central behind a strong pitching staff that is 7th in the Major Leagues in ERA. One pitcher who can help the Cardinals in the second half and down the stretch is Michael Wacha, who is currently out with a right shoulder injury. The good news is that Wacha is improving, but the Cardinals will still be without their talented...
Via Sports Injury Alert
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Wacha making progress, but not enough to start throwing

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Cardinals say an MRI exam on right-hander Michael Wacha's injured shoulder showed progress, but not enough for him to resume throwing. General manager John Mozeliak said Monday that Wacha, the NL championship series MVP last fall, will be evaluated again in two weeks. He said continued treatment along with weight training to strengthen the area around...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Wacha Is Now A Model

Michael Wacha is now a model, apparently. (Insert joke about having more free time since he’s on DL, etc., etc., etc.) In this Month’s issue of GQ Magazine (the one with Emily Ratajkowski on the cover – yes, the same girl that was in Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines Video’), we find a special advertising section (that’s labeled as such) meant to look like content (hence...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
28 days ago  |  Discuss

The Cardinals don't know when Michael Wacha will pitch again

Cardinals right-hander Michael Wacha hasn't made a start since June 17 thanks to an increasingly puzzling shoulder malady. It's being termed a "stress reaction" to the scapula bone, but it's an injury that, absent rest and treatment, carries the risk of progressing into other, more serious conditions. Here's more from the excellent Derrick Goold of the St...
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 30, 2014  |  Discuss
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