The Story Of Mitch Harris

Mitch Harris will have a jersey, number 73 to be exact, hanging in a locker at Roger Dean Stadium when pitchers and catchers report for spring training next week. Harris is one of 18 non-roster invitees that have been invited to practice with the Cardinals major league team. Unlike every single one of his teammates, Harris is the only one to graduate from the United States Naval...
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February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardinals Arizona Fall League Recap: Tyrell Jenkins impresses again on the mound

On Thursday, while the big club was fighting to stay alive in the National League playoffs, the Cardinals’ representatives in the Arizona Fall League were experiencing success. Tyrell Jenkins made his second start of the fall season, while Jacob Wilson made his first start at second, Cody Stanley was behind the plate, and C.J. McElroy in center. Mitch Harris also made a relief...
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October 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals Arizona Fall League Recap: All three regulars record hits

Wednesday’s action in the Arizona Fall League saw an increased role from Cardinals’ prospects on the Peoria Javelinas as three of the 8 regulars were Redbirds and a reliever came from the organization. Cody Stanley made his first start behind the plate and hit clean up, Jacob Wilson got the first base start and hit fifth, and Breyvic Valera started at third and was the ninth...
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October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Stray Thoughts on the St. Louis Cardinals’ Arizona Fall League Prospects

Earlier in the week, the Cardinals announced that they would be sending seven players to this year’s Arizona Fall League: pitchers Tyrell Jenkins, Sam Tuivailala, Mitch Harris, and Chris Perry; catcher Cody Stanley; infielder Jacob Wilson; and outfielder Charlie Tilson. Of the seven, four of the players rank in’s top 20 prospects for St. Louis (Tilson at No. 7, Tuivailala...
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August 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Jonathan Cornelius fans a career-best 11 batters; Corey Littrell tosses a solid debut

The High Minors went 1-2 on Wednesday. Memphis had an off day. Springfield exploded for 12 runs in their win over Frisco. Palm Beach lost to Charlotte 6-1 despite a solid debut from Corey Littrell. Peoria fell to Kane County 4-2.     Springfield 12 Frisco 7   Game Highlights Springfield scored a season-best 12 runs in their win over Frisco on Wednesday. Jonathan Cornelius improved...
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August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Jimmy Reed shines in his Springfield debut; Nick Martini blasts two homers for Palm Beach

The High Minors went 2-1 on Monday. Jimmy Reed was phenomenal in his Springfield debut as they beat Tulsa 9-4. Palm Beach routed Lakeland 11-0. Peoria got one-hit in a 4-0 loss.     Springfield 9 Tulsa 4   Game Highlights In his Springfield debut, Jimmy Reed was as excellent as he has been all year. He allowed only one run off three hits, walked two, and struck out two in six...
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July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Springfield loses both games of their double-header on a quiet day for the High Minors

Memphis is on their All-Star break and had an off day. Springfield dropped both games of their doubleheader with Arkansas. Palm Beach and Peoria both had off days.   GM 1 Springfield 2 Arkansas 6 F/7   Game Highlights Jonathan Cornelius tossed a six-inning complete game, but he did not have his best stuff. He allowed six runs off seven hits and suffered his seventh loss of the...
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July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Anthony Garcia and Mitch Harris headline Saturday roster moves for the St. Louis Cardinals

On Saturday, the St. Louis Cardinals organization made a few roster moves that affect three of the four full-season teams. The biggest names on the move are Anthony Garcia and Mitch Harris. Garcia is headed to the disabled list and Harris gets a promotion to Double-A Springfield. Here is a complete list of moves made on Sunday Springfield Cardinals: Added Mitch Harris Harris, 28...
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May 17, 2014  |  Discuss

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...
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March 29, 2014  |  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...
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March 28, 2014  |  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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March 27, 2014  |  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...
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March 27, 2014  |  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
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