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PETER BOURJOS RUMORS

Cardinals: Randal Grichuk remains an interesting case study

As the St. Louis Cardinals head in to the final week before the 2015 All-star break, fans are in up in arms regarding the lack of offensive output the team has seen in a recent disappointing stretch. The GM and manager also seem to be a bit miffed, and have called on Tommy Pham to man center field and provide a spark at the top of the lineup. The presence of Pham, who instantly jumped...
Via STLSportsMinute
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals: Running With Bourjos is Right

Disclaimer: I am a Jon Jay guy and always have been.I’ve taken flack for loving Jay’s ability to hit for average, get on base and do what was needed for the Cards since he first arrived. Having said that, it’s a pleasant surprise to see Peter Bourjos finally get a chance to shine and play some center field. Bourjos is also getting some swings in the leadoff spot, a place he...
Via Cardinals Farm
May 15, 2015  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: Is Peter Bourjos Expendable?

The pitchforks have already been brandished this spring as Peter Bourjos is off to a rough start at the plate, going 1-23 with six strikeouts. It’s important to take the stats with a fair amount of salt, because these are exhibition games designed to knock four months of rust off the player’s body from a long winter’s sleep. Bourjos was never designed to be an offensive marvel...
Via Cardinals Farm
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Trying hard to like Peter Bourjos

Before I start off on a topic more contentious than immigration reform, race relations, the gender gap, and boxers or briefs all rolled into one, I owe you a disclaimer. I’m not always 100% honest here on the blog. Now, hang on, I’m not lying to my four loyal readers each week…I’m just not always as perfectly open as I could be in the interest of bringing some objectivity...
Via The Cardinal Conclave
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

The most surprising Los Angeles Angel this season

Long after the concession stands closed, loyal fans still populated the seats of Angel Stadium, eager to see the 1-1 tie broken. It was Tuesday night, and the American League West powerhouse Oakland Athletics were in town. Finally, in the bottom of the fourteenth inning, Los Angeles Angel outfielder Collin Cowgill blasted a home run into the left field bullpen, securing a series...
Via isportsweb.com
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Bourjos among 10 worst starts through five Cardinals games

We were taught that “Bourjos” rhymes with “gorgeous,” but the outfielder’s hitting so far this season has been anything but handsome. Batting seventh for the St. Louis Cardinals in Pittsburgh Saturday evening, centerfielder Peter Bourjos went 0-for-3 with a walk. In his first five games with his new club, the right-handed hitter is now 0-for-13 including six strikeouts...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
April 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Can Peter Bourjos Handle The Pressure Of St. Louis?

No, St. Louis isn’t Boston, Philadelphia or New York. There aren’t screaming headlines on the back pages of tabloids (like this or this) everyday designed to get Cardinals fans into a lather. At the same time, the seriousness of baseball is every bit the equal to the northeast. We’re the disappointed parent that has incredibly high standards, not the ones screaming in the aisles...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
April 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals still figuring out how to best utilize Bourjos' exceptional wheels

Early in spring training, Peter Bourjos was huddled with Willie McGee after a morning workout at the team's camp in Jupiter, Fla. The topic was speed, a trait both the present and former Cardinals center fielders are quite familiar with. As a new Cardinal, Bourjos was trying to set up a time when he could work with McGee, in camp as a roving instructor. "I'll get here as early as...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
March 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Will the St. Louis Cardinals offense be better in 2014?

The 2013 St. Louis Cardinals led the National League in runs scored by a large margin.  The Cardinals were also first in the league in on-base percentage.  Their offense helped power them to 97 wins, but there will be some significant changes to their lineup for 2014.  This year, the offense will have a chance to be as productive as last year, but they will have to do so in a...
Via isportsweb.com
January 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Peter Bourjos Q & A: Learning A New Home & ‘The Catch’

One of the consistent questions around the Cardinals in recent years has been if they will upgrade in center field. Often, the idea is around finding a new bat for the position, however when the opportunity presented itself to make such a move, John Mozeliak went in the opposite direction by acquiring one of the most renown outfield gloves in the game, which is the one that Peter...
Via i70baseball
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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