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TREVOR ROSENTHAL RUMORS

Cards Conclave Round Table: The Bullpen

For my turn on the round table, I asked the following:   Let’s go with the bullpen question…Assemble your bullpen for next year. Also, to make it fun, assume Pat Neshek signs elsewhere, what external candidate do you replace him with? Andrew Miller ? Other possibilities?   Also, here  are Trevor Rosenthal ‘s month by month splits. While he ended on a [...]
Via The Cardinal Conclave
16 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals: Season ends in dramatic fashion

Playoff games have a funny way of turning around in a heartbeat. For the San Francisco Giants Thursday night, that turnaround came off late-inning home runs by Michael Morse and Travis Ishikawa to vault them to a 6-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in game five of the NLCS. With the victory, the Giants clinched the National League Pennant and advanced to the World Series against...
Via isportsweb.com
October 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Trevor Rosenthal and the Catchers: A Mostly Pointless Exercise

In Sunday’s NLCS Game 2, the Cardinals had to replace an injured Yadier Molina with a bad Tony Cruz, and while the Cardinals went on to still win the game in dramatic fashion, oblique injuries are a real problem, which means Molina will at least be compromised if he’s even able to play, and that’s […]
Via Fangraphs
October 13, 2014  |  Discuss

St. Louis Cardinals survive, edge LA Dodgers 10-9

If you watched this game from start to finish, you learned a valuable lesson: nothing in baseball is guaranteed. Nothing. Trevor Rosenthal struck out Yasiel Puig to strand a runner on third in the ninth inning and preserve a 10-9 victory for the St. Louis Cardinals over the Los Angeles Dodgers Friday night in game one of their NLDS matchup. The game was originally primed as a pitcher’s...
Via isportsweb.com
October 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Trevor Rosenthal Wasn’t Popular On Twitter Last Night

What type of athlete would you be? Would you log on to Twitter and read your @ replies? Or just ignore them all together? I’d like to think I could ignore them, but I couldn’t. I’d probably even search for my own name and reply to people that didn’t even @ me. I’m not proud of it. But let’s get real, Twitter’s like touching a injury… it hurts more when you do it,...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

The $50 million question: Will Rosenthal ever get the chance to start?

ST. LOUIS -- OK, Trevor Rosenthal. Let's just say if the decision were yours, what would it be: Starting or closing? "I'd have to think about it," he answers how he answers many questions, that is, with a slight grin. Well, there was a time not that long ago when you would have chosen starting without any hesitation. Does that mean you're coming around to the...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Trevor Rosenthal Bodies A Poor Ball Boy To Make Play On Foul Ball

We’ve seen many times in the past that foul territory bullpens provide the opportunity for the opposing team’s relief pitchers to mess with ball boys, an under-appreciated pastime that Trevor Rosenthal is apparently quite good at. The Cardinals closer denied a Rays’ ball boy the chance to make a play on a rolling foul last night by bodying him out of the way and making the...
Via Next Impulse Sports
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Cards closer Trevor Rosenthal trips up Rays ball boy

Your browser does not support iframes.St. Louis Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal accidentally tripped up a Tampa Bay Rays ballboy as they both went after a foul ball that rolled towards the bullpen during Wednesday night's game at Tropicana Field.It happened in the top of the eighth as Cards batter John Jay hit a 1-2 pitch foul on the third base side, right towards the Cards...
Via Holdout Sports
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Could Jason Motte replace Trevor Rosenthal as Cardinals closer?

Last night Trevor Rosenthal blew a save in the Cardinals eventual 4-3 victory over the Cubs.  While that isn't very concerning, considering that Rosenthal had converted 10 straight saves prior to last night, what is concerning is that Trevor now has a 5.19 ERA while allowing 5.7 BB/9.Could Rosenthal's struggles open the door for Jason Motte to return to the closer role?Its...
Via Cardinals Fan in Cubs Land
May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Rosenthal's velocity drop is worth noting but not obsessing over

ST. LOUIS -- Of the 25 pitches Trevor Rosenthal threw against the Cubs on Sunday, 17 were fastballs. Of those, only one was timed as slow as 95 mph. Twelve registered at 96 mph, three at 97 and one at 98, according to mlb.com's play by play. But despite throwing with greater speed than most pitchers in the big leagues, there's concern about diminishing velocity of the Cardinals...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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