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Rob Kaminsky and Jimmy Reed solid in starts on Friday

On Friday, with the Triple-A squad in Memphis for the exhibition with the big clubs, the remaining minor league teams played two intersquad games on back fields at Roger Dean Stadium. Both games were roughly 5 innings. Jimmy Reed and Rob Kaminsky looked solid on the mound for the two lower clubs. While I have Reed slated to begin the season with the Peoria Chiefs, I still believe...
Via Cardinals Farm
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals minor league spring training notebook: 03/28/14

Following are the highlights from the St. Louis Cardinals minor league games on Friday, March 28. A camp day with Memphis already having departed Florida meant Springfield-Palm Beach and Peoria1 vs. Peoria2. There was a lot of sister-kissing as both five-inning contests ended in a tie. Pitching led the way as only six runs were scored in the 10 innings of action. With one day remaining...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Predicting the Opening Day roster of the Peoria Chiefs

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be predicting the opening day rosters of the Cardinals’ four full season affiliates. These are just predictions and, by no means, should be taken as actual rosters.  Wow has there been some player movement since we announced or Palm Beach Cardinals prediction on Tuesday. Several minor leaguers that were predicted for that club and Peoria...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals minor league spring training notebook: 03/26/14

Following are the highlights from the St. Louis Cardinals minor league games on Wednesday, March 26. Five was the operative number for the day as three of the Cards’ four clubs scored exactly that run total. As Memphis wound down its spring, the club tossed a five-inning shutout at Springfield. It was just the second loss for the Double-A club in 12 outings as they used a quartet...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
23 days ago  |  Discuss

CardinalsFarm’s top five stories of the Cardinals’ minor league season

The 2013 season was not only a success for the St. Louis Cardinals, it was also successful for the Cardinals’ minor league affiliates. The Cardinals’ run through the 2013 playoffs would not have happened if it weren’t for the farm system. As pat of the United Cardinal Bloggers’ December project, we will be unveiling our top 5 stories of 2013. Unlike many of the other bloggers...
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December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

State College Spikes: Season in review

The State College Spikes finished 2013 with a 48-27 record and was runner-up in the short-season New York-Penn League. The Spikes lost to the Tri-City ValleyCats in the NYP Championship Series. It was a very successful season in State College as the Spikes were in their first season with the Cardinals since 2006. Offensively, the Spikes were led by NY-P Batting Champion and my pick...
Via Cardinals Farm
October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 State College Spikes Reliever of Year

Former Naval officer Mitch Harris not only has a good backstory, he delivered on the mound in his first season as a professional pitcher.
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September 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Short-Season Team Preview: State College Spikes

State College Spikes (Photo credit: Wikipedia) With the 2013 Major League baseball Draft in the rear-view mirror, its time for the Short-Season leagues to begin play. The Cardinals’ short-season (A) affiliate is in State College, Pennsylvania. The Spikes play in the New York – Pennsylvania League and will be in their first season as a Cardinal affiliate since 2006. This short...
Via Cardinals Farm
June 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Cardinals minor league spring training notebook: 03/28/13

On Thursday, the St. Louis Cardinals’ minor leaguers had a camp day, their fifth of six scheduled this spring. Memphis faced Springfield, while Palm Beach and Peoria squared off. The extended spring training players were split into Red and White squads. It was a day of upsets as both of the underdogs – Springfield and Peoria – won. The EST Reds took down the Whites. The Cardinals’...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
March 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Cardinals minor league spring training notebook: 03/26/13

On Tuesday, the St. Louis Cardinals’ two upper level minor league clubs traveled to Port St. Lucie to take on their New York Mets counterparts. Palm Beach and Peoria welcomed New York’s two Class-A clubs to the back fields in Jupiter. Memphis and Palm Beach, were victorious and Springfield and Peoria fell. The Cardinals’ spring record against external minor league competition...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
March 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Split Team, Double Horror

Split squads this late in the season only serve to double your chance of injuries. In the Mets' case, it's exponential. Matt den Dekker, a defensive whiz if there ever was one, broke his wrist Sunday while twirling around like a ballerina in a music box chasing a wind blown fly ball before landing on his wrist and breaking it. This weather related injury ends my dream of...
Via Metstradamus
March 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Cardinals minor league spring training notebook: 03/24/13

On Sunday, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Memphis and Springfield clubs remained in Jupiter, while Palm Beach and Peoria again took the bus ride to Port St. Lucie, with the New York Mets their opponent as well. The major league club also faced the Mets at Jupiter, with non-MLB camp invitees Mitch Harris, Luis Mateo and Patrick Wisdom appearing there. Though ex-Navy man Harris’ story...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
March 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Mets 10, Cardinals 7

After spending almost five years in the U.S. Navy, simply being on the mound at Roger Dean Stadium was exhilarating for Cardinals pitcher Mitch Harris - even if the results were disappointing. Harris gave up a pair of two-run homers and took the loss as a New York Mets split squad beat St. Louis 10-7 on Sunday. St. Louis played with a short-handed lineup. Third baseman David Freese...
Via AP on Fox
March 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Cards lose lead, fall to Mets

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) -- After spending almost five years in the U.S. Navy, simply being on the mound at Roger Dean Stadium was exhilarating for St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Mitch Harris -- even if the results were disappointing. Harris gave up a pair of two-run homers and took the loss as a New York Mets split squad beat the Cardinals 10-7 on Sunday. St. Louis played with a short...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
March 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Cardinals minor league spring training notebook: 03/13/13

Following are the highlights from the first minor league games of 2013. A trio of intersquad games were held on Wednesday in preparation for Thursday’s initial contests against external competition. As he has been doing the last few seasons, Cardinals farm director John Vuch will be sharing game highlights with this site and several others with interest in Cardinals prospects....
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
March 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Cardinal Minor League Stats – 3/13/2013

Last season, John Vuch supplied the Cardinal minor league stats to us, which I published on the Cardinal sub-site; unfortunately, that site sits wasting away. This season, they are going up here each day. Minor League Highlights for 3/13 A Message from John Vuch: Listing all pitchers/players together, rather than by “teams” since games were played with “informal” rules...
Via 85% Sports
March 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Mitch Harris: From one commitment to another

A 2008 draftee yet to officially pitch due to military commitment has news about his 2013 status.
Via stlcardinals.scout.com
December 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Cards prospect puts dream on hold

Mitch Harris had two dreams in life: serving his country and playing professional baseball. He just didn't realize that one might keep him from doing the other. Harris was a legitimate prospect coming out of the Naval Academy after posting a 2.51 ERA with 291 strikeouts in 222 13 innings during his four-year career. And the Cardinals took a chance, drafting him in the 13th round...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
May 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Harris’ baseball career takes another turn

Just a few weeks away from returning to Navy duty from St. Louis Cardinals extended spring training camp, pitcher Mitch Harris hit a physical roadblock Saturday.
Via stlcardinals.scout.com
May 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Harris: EST bound

Hot News for P Mitch Harris
Via stlcardinals.scout.com
March 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Harris: Baseball interlude coming?

Hot News for P Mitch Harris
Via stlcardinals.scout.com
February 20, 2012  |  Discuss

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