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Justin Ringo clubs two homers in Peoria’s win; Stephen Piscotty and Curt Smith deliver clutch RBI

The High Minors went 3-1 on Wednesday. Stephen Piscotty drove home the winning run in Memphis’ win. Curt Smith had a walk-off homer in Springfield’s extra-inning contest. Charlotte blanked Palm Beach 2-0. Peoria bested Burlington 10-7.     Memphis 6 Albuquerque 5   Game Highlights Memphis won their fifth straight after beating Albuquerque 6-5 on Wednesday. Stephen Piscotty...
Via Cardinals Farm
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Stephen Piscotty breaks out of his slump with his seventh homer; The High Minors get swept on Friday

The High Minors went 0-4 on Friday. Memphis lost to Omaha 4-3. Springfield lost to Arkansas 4-1. Palm Beach’s four runs in the ninth were not enough in their 10-8 loss to Dunedin. Peoria lost to Wisconsin 4-1.       Memphis 3 Omaha 4   Game Highlights Stephen Piscotty hit his seventh homer of the season, a solo shot in the ninth, after going hitless in his previous 16 at-bats...
Via Cardinals Farm
August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Random thoughts on the Cardinals moves as the trade deadline dust settles

As we all continue to digest the trade deadline moves by the Cardinals, here are some of my random thoughts on them.The Cardinals overpaid on John LackeyLackey is a good pitcher and all that, but is he really worth both Allen Craig and Joe Kelly?  My initial impression when I heard of the trade was that we "sold low" on both Craig and Kelly.  Yes, they were both having...
Via Cardinals Fan in Cubs Land
August 01, 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...
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...
Via isportsweb.com
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Stephen Piscotty is not Oscar Taveras, and it’s not close

COMMENTARY | Spring Training 2014 was a big one for Stephen Piscotty, he stuck around big league camp all the way to the end. He had a very promising spring in which some called for him to make the major league roster out of spring. On the flip side, Oscar Taveras saw just six at-bats with the big club due to lingering ankle issues (whether mentally or physically). With their spring...
Via Cardinals Farm
April 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Stephen Piscotty’s future with the St. Louis Cardinals

Spring training has been a largely unsurprising affair. The usual suspects are hitting well, and some players we expected to do well last season are making good this spring. The St. Louis Cardinals outfield looked to be pretty well settled after the trade of David Freese to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim California, USA.It was to be Bourjos in center every day, with Matt Holliday...
Via Keene on MLB
March 22, 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...
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

Q&A: Stephen Piscotty, St. Louis Cardinals Outfield Prospect

The “pure hitter” label befits Stephen Piscotty. The St. Louis Cardinals’ outfield prospect hit .341 in his three seasons at Stanford, and won a Cape Cod League batting title in 2011. He’s continued to produce line drives since being taken 36th overall in the 2012 draft. Piscotty is coming off a productive first full professional season. Swinging from the right side, the...
Via Fangraphs
November 06, 2013  |  Discuss
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