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St. Louis Cardinals: Keith Law discusses Stephen Piscotty’s power, Alex Reyes’ development, and more

Neal Hellner was able to chat with baseball insider Keith Law for CardinalsFarm. Law just released his top 100 prospect list on Thursday, a day after releasing his organizational rankings. Keith and Neal talked about several Cardinals prospects. Here are snippets of what they discussed. Make sure you click the link below and listen to the entire podcast.Neal asks Keith about...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals place four on ESPN’s top 100 prospect list for 2015

On Thursday, Keith Law of unveiled his top 100 prospect list for 2015. The St. Louis Cardinals placed four prospects on Law’s list. This a day after he ranked the Cardinals as the 13th best farm system in Major League Baseball. Let’s run through the four prospects with Keith’s thoughts and I will then share some thoughts on my own.#62 – Stephen Piscotty Piscotty...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

#CardsWarmup Winter warm-up 1.1

In my first hour, I barely had time to find the restroom before finding myself thrust into the interview room with Stephen Piscotty .  On a personal note, I mentioned him in a post last off-season , and saw him in a trip to Jupiter, for spring training last year.   I was rather impressed with a number of players, [...]
Via The Cardinal Conclave
15 days ago  |  Discuss

The St. Louis Cardinals All-Organization Team: Right Field

Over the next couple of weeks, I will be selecting the Cardinals organizational All-Star team. The team will be structured like a 25-man roster. For each position, I will isolate the player who made the most starts for each team at that position and will select the one winner. Fans will get a say as well later in the post.It looks like the right field position may be the weakest...
Via Cardinals Farm
21 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals Prospect Battle: Stephen Piscotty vs Randal Grichuk

In the last prospect battle, I looked at two pitching prospects, Alex Reyes and Rob Kaminsky , who will both be top 5 prospects for the St. Louis Cardinals in 2015. For my latest battle, I went with outfielders who should also be top 5 prospects for 2015. Stephen Piscotty and Randal Grichuk have taken very different routes to the Cardinals, as Piscotty [...]
Via The Cardinal Conclave
December 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Monday Poll: Who has a better career for the Cardinals, Randal Grichuk or Stephen Piscotty?

For this week’s poll question, I want you to pull out your crystal ball and make a prediction. For the second straight week, the poll question centers around right field. It appears the Cardinals will not be signing a player to play that position long-term as GM John Mozeliak recently made comments showing concern about blocking a player’s path. That leads us to two main possibilities...
Via Cardinals Farm
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals and Jon Lester trade rumors heating up as quest for a starter continues

While yesterday we learned that the Phillies have made Cole Hamels available and that the Cardinals are interested, today's trade rumors surround Boston's Jon Lester.After getting a good return in the Jake Peavy trade to the Giants, the Red Sox are apparently willing to consider trading rotation stalwarts Jon Lester and John Lackey, according to Alex Speier of WEEI. Jim Bowden of...
Via Cardinals Fan in Cubs Land
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: Three prospects that can make an impact this year

The St. Louis Cardinals have seen an abundance of young players within the past two seasons being called up. Kolten Wong made his debut last season close to last season’s playoffs. Shelby Miller, Joe Kelly and Trevor Rosenthal all made their debut in 2012. Now the new crop of Cardinals prospects have fans buzzing. Oscar Taveras, OF (AAA Memphis) Taveras has been sitting atop the...
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Piscotty turning heads with performance during second trip to Cards' camp

JUPITER, Fla. -- Although this is only the second spring training for Cardinals prospect Stephen Piscotty, he knew enough about camp that he knew he needed to be ready. Easing into the action wouldn't work. He wanted to come in and impress his bosses enough that he would stay with the big league club longer than he did last season when he lasted only two games and went 0-for-3. Also...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
March 16, 2014  |  Discuss

A Quick Second With Stephen Piscotty

Since being chosen by the Cardinals with the 36th pick in the 2012 Draft, Stephen Piscotty has blazed a path through the Cardinals organization and become perhaps the most heralded bat in the system not named Oscar Taveras. After a season where he hit .295 with 15 home runs, 23 doubles and drove in 59 runs in 112 games between Palm Beach and Springfield, he truly took a step onto...
Via i70baseball
January 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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