Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images The likelihood of rebounds can paper over the loss of Marcell Ozuna, but the outfield risk lowers the offense’s potential floor There’s been much consternation among Cardinal fans about the offense this off-season.
Baseball is upon us! With pitchers and catchers beginning their workouts at the facilities spread across Florida and Arizona, Spring truly has sprung. With the start of any Spring Training, there is a fair amount of intrigue.
Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images The Cardinals are currently in a ridiculously good position to spend money on the 2022 free agent class. I’ve seen people, and I believe I was once one of those people, express optimism about what the Cardinals could do in the 2020-2021 offseason, because they appear to have money.
The Atlanta Braves are moving right on after Josh Donaldson’s departure. Jeff Passan of ESPN reported on Tuesday that free agent outfielder Marcell Ozuna has agreed to a one-year, $18 million deal with the Atlanta Braves.
As the Cardinals holds its Winter Warm-Up fan event this weekend, there is still talk that Marcell Ozuna might rejoin with the team after Ozuna recently hinted that the Cards and Rangers were his two top suitors.
The St. Louis Cardinals are one of the teams that has been discussing an Arenado trade with Colorado, and the two sides have moved beyond preliminary talks and begun discussing other players that could be included in a potential deal.
Martinez and Randy Arozarena are headed to the Rays along with the Cardinals’ Compensation A draft pick. In exchange, St. Louis receives top pitching prospect Matthew Liberatore, a low-level catching prospect and Tampa Bay’s Compensation B selection.