Alex Reyes Undergoes Surgery, Will Miss Remainder of 2018 Season

St. Louis Cardinals right-handed pitcher Alex Reyes just can’t seem to shake the injury bug. Reyes will miss the remainder of the 2018 season following surgery to repair a tendon in his right lat. An official update was provided by the Cardinals earlier on Wednesday. The 23-year-old Reyes, who will turn 24 in August, isContinue reading “Alex Reyes Undergoes Surgery, Will Miss Remainder of 2018 Season”

Cardinals Send RF Stephen Piscotty to 10-Day Disabled List

Yet another St. Louis Cardinals outfielder is headed to the disabled list. Per an official team announcement out of St. Louis today, right fielder Stephen Piscotty has been placed on the ten-day disabled list with a right groin strain suffered in the team’s loss on Friday to the Pittsburgh Pirates. The news of Piscotty goingContinue reading “Cardinals Send RF Stephen Piscotty to 10-Day Disabled List”

Cardinals Prospect Alex Reyes Likely Needs Tommy John Surgery

Bad news arouse for the St. Louis Cardinals and pitching prospect Alex Reyes today. Reyes, 22, will more than likely need season-ending Tommy John surgery after partially tearing the UCL in his right arm in preparation to pitch for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic. He has already underwent a MRI on theContinue reading “Cardinals Prospect Alex Reyes Likely Needs Tommy John Surgery”

Dexter Fowler Agrees to Multi-Year Deal With Cardinals

Dexter Fowler is staying in the National League Central, but not with the defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs. The 30-year-old Fowler has reportedly agreed to a five-year contract with the St. Louis Cardinals that will be worth $82.5 million. The Cardinals have a press conference currently scheduled for 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time onContinue reading “Dexter Fowler Agrees to Multi-Year Deal With Cardinals”

Matt Holliday Intends to Continue Playing in 2017

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday is planning on playing baseball in 2017 despite the recent news out of St. Louis that the team won’t pick up his $17 million option for next season, per MLB.com’s Jenifer Langosch. The Cardinals will pay Holliday a $1 million buyout as opposed to the $17 option, while heContinue reading “Matt Holliday Intends to Continue Playing in 2017”

VIDEO: Aledmys Diaz Honors Jose Fernandez With a Grand Slam

St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Aledmys Diaz honored his longtime friend Jose Fernandez last night by hitting a grand slam in the 4th inning off of Robert Stephenson. This was his first game played since the death of Fernandez. Diaz and Fernandez grew up together in Cuba, as the two of them lived on the sameContinue reading “VIDEO: Aledmys Diaz Honors Jose Fernandez With a Grand Slam”

Matt Holliday Wants to Finish Career With Cardinals

Matt Holliday had an injury, then an injury, and then another injury last year. At least that’s what it felt like to some. Holliday appeared in just 73 games for the Cardinals last season, batting .279/.394/.410 with 4 home runs and 35 runs batted in. He struggled majorly in the playoffs as well, batting .125/.176/.125.Continue reading “Matt Holliday Wants to Finish Career With Cardinals”

OF Jason Heyward Agrees to $184 Million Contract With Cubs

Jason Heyward is staying in the National League Central, but not with the team that he was traded to last off-season. Heyward has agreed to a eight-year $184 million deal with Chicago Cubs to be the team’s centerfielder, leaving the Cardinals. The signing of Heyward will give the Cubs a much improved defense, as heContinue reading “OF Jason Heyward Agrees to $184 Million Contract With Cubs”

Jason Heyward Seen as a Second Option for Cubs

The Chicago Cubs are in need of outfielders this Winter. Kyle Schwarber is in line to start in left field for the Cubs while Jorge Soler is in line to start in right field, leaving centerfield the biggest question mark on the Cubs roster. The best outfielder on the market is Jason Heyward. Heyward, whoContinue reading “Jason Heyward Seen as a Second Option for Cubs”

Cards Activate Adam Wainright From Disabled List

Earlier this year when long-time St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright ruptured his Achilles┬átendon┬ámany didn’t expect him to return in 2015, and many thought the Cardinals would struggles without him. None of that has happened, or is going to happen, because the Cardinals activated Wainwright from the disabled list earlier today. #STLCards have activated RHPContinue reading “Cards Activate Adam Wainright From Disabled List”

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