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Report: Cardinals may have interest in Marcell Ozuna

As the St. Louis Cardinals look to shore up their outfield, a team from across the National League may be of some assistance to them. According to a report by Mark Saxon of ESPN on Monday, Miami Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna is “one name to keep an eye on” with the Cardinals in the market for a center fielder. Ozuna, 26, was an All-Star last season, hitting .266/.321/.425...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Cardinals’ Stephen Piscotty Carted Off After Collision With Teammate (Video)

The St. Louis Cardinals’ push for the National League Central crown was pushed to the back burner Monday night as a terrifying scene unfolded in Pittsburgh. The Cardinals and Pirates are battling for the NL Central, but that took a backseat to the health of Cardinals outfielder Stephen Piscotty after he was involved in a scary collision with teammate Peter Bourjos. The two outfielder...
Via NESN.com
September 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Cards' Stephen Piscotty leaves field on stretcher after collision

In the seventh inning of Monday’s Pirates-Cardinals game at PNC Park, Cardinals outfielder Stephen Piscotty left the game on a stretcher after a collision with Peter Bourjos. Here’s the video. It’s not a pretty sight, as Piscotty took Bourjos’ knee in his face. Here’s what happened to Piscotty. Not a pretty sight. pic.twitter.com/Og6MLzjwCy — Joe Lucia (@Joe_TOC...
Via The Outside Corner
September 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Where Stephen Piscotty Got the Power

Going into the season, Stephen Piscotty was projected to be a contact and patience guy because that’s what he’d been in the minor leagues for the most part. But this offseason, he had a plan, and he changed his approach and mechanics in order to be a better player. Perhaps the projections going forward are a little light, given the changes he’s made. Preseason Steamer projections...
Via Fangraphs
August 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Stacking up Stephen Piscotty’s First 30 Games in Cardinals History

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Stephen Piscotty has now completed his first 30 games as a Major Leaguer, during which time his team went 19-11. Stepping into the every-day role in left field for the injured Matt Holliday, the 24-year-old has been extremely productive for a first-place Cardinals lineup that is also missing power threat Randal Grichuk. In fact, in one element of...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
August 24, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Juan Perez robs home run with basket catch

By Pat Bradley Juan Perez might have taken the lead in “Play of the Year” voting Wednesday. The San Francisco Giants’ center fielder channeled his inner Willie Mays when he robbed St. Louis Cardinals rookie outfielder Stephen Piscotty of his second career home run in the first inning. Piscotty got his revenge, though, launching a 394-foot shot out of the park later in...
Via NESN.com
August 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Can Stephen Piscotty make an immediate impact for the Cardinals?

The wait is over for Stephen Piscotty. As Rob Rains reported per a source, the Cardinals will call up the 24-year old ahead of Tuesday night’s opening two-game set against the Chicago White Sox. The young outfielder will likely be coming up to man first base. Piscotty has started several games at first base in Triple-A Memphis the last week or so, and it seems John Mozeliak and...
Via STLSportsMinute
July 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Why Isn’t Stephen Piscotty a First Baseman?

The last 24 hours have been a wild time for the St. Louis Cardinals and their fans. First, the major league team was swept in the second of two Tuesday games in Chicago by the upstart Cubs. Then Twitter was abuzz because the organization’s top position player prospect, Stephen Piscotty, had been pulled from Triple-A Memphis’ lineup amid speculation he was being promoted to St...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
July 09, 2015  |  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

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
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