Leading up to the release of the 2017 Top 100 Prospects list, MLBPipeline.com looks at baseball's top 10 prospects at each position. Here are baseball's 10 best second-base prospects.
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Former Cardinals closer Lee Smith and outfielder Larry Walker each garnered significant support, but both fell short when the Baseball Hall of Fame's Class of 2017 was announced on Wednesday.
Leading up to the release of the 2017 Top 100 Prospects list, MLBPipeline.com looks at baseball's top 10 prospects at each position. Here are baseball's best 10 catching prospects.
The baseball world mourned the unexpected deaths of Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura and third baseman Andy Marte on Sunday. Ventura, 25, died in a car crash in the Dominican Republic on Sunday. Marte, 33, also died in a separate car crash Sunday in the Dominican Republic.
Zach Duke's scheduled appearance at the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up was scrapped due to uncooperative weather, but good news about the lefty emerged over the weekend.
Stay on top of all the offseason moves with the MLB.com Hot Stove Tracker, which updates with the latest free-agent signings and trades.
The chance for bounce-back and breakthrough seasons from several starters has the Cardinals confident they have the right pieces in the 2017 rotation.
The annual topic of Yadier Molina's playing time -- and the question about whether this is the year the Cardinals rein it in -- predictably arose on the final day of the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up. This time, though, manager Mike Matheny came with a bold and changed response.
Who do the Cardinals have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for St. Louis' Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Leading up to the release of the 2017 Top 100 Prospects list, MLBPipeline.com looks at baseball's top 10 prospects at each position, starting with the best right-handed pitching prospects.
Forgoing the mound for the mic, Adam Wainwright entertained a few hundred guests and raised several thousand dollars for charity on Monday night by hosting his first Big League Impact Sing-Off.
Following a season in which he lost his everyday job and found himself back, albeit briefly, in the Minors, Kolten Wong spent his offseason assessing what went wrong while also listening to the Cardinals repeatedly affirm their intentions to open the 2017 season with him as their starting second baseman.
It's been nearly two years since the Cardinals first learned they were under investigation by the FBI and Justice Department for unauthorized access of the Astros' database, but the organization expects to learn what punishment Major League Baseball will hand down before the start of Spring Training.
Randal Grichuk, the Cardinals' projected starting left fielder, divulged on Sunday that he began the offseason by undergoing a scope to remove floating cartilage in his left knee.
Perhaps it's fitting that the Cardinals and Cubs have dueling winter conventions this weekend, as both teams find themselves still having to talk about the other.
These days, there may be more value placed on defense and certainly more time spent on evaluating and quantifying it than ever before. When MLBPipeline.com surveyed front-officials as to which prospects stood out most for their glovework, there was no shortage of candidates for out 2017 All-Defense Team.
After 17 straight years of avoiding arbitration hearings, the Cardinals are now preparing to engage in two after changing their organizational approach to negotiating with arbitration-eligible players.
Marco Gonzales and Mitch Harris, a pair of pitchers who had their 2016 seasons scrapped due to injury, are both positioned to be at or near the end of their rehab programs when the Cardinals open Spring Training next month.
The Cardinals settled half of their four arbitration cases on Friday by reaching agreements on one-year deals with relievers Trevor Rosenthal and Kevin Siegrist.
Once fixtures together on the left side of the infield, Matt Carpenter and Jhonny Peralta are now projected to anchor the Cardinals from the corner spots. It's part of a shifting look to the Cardinals' infield, which, in the last 10 months, has unexpectedly evolved.
The Cardinals and Matt Adams avoided arbitration on Thursday by agreeing to a one-year contract.
The last time the two of them were in the same building, they were playing in and witnessing one of the great games of all time.
Cardinals closer Seung Hwan Oh has been added to South Korea's roster for the 2017 World Baseball Classic, according to a report from Yonhap News Agency.
Despite the frigid temperatures throughout many big league cities, Major League Baseball's announcement Tuesday of the first workout dates of Spring Training should be enough to warm the hearts of baseball fans everywhere.
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Aside from the buzz generated by the recent Winter Classic at Busch Stadium, the Cardinals have been quiet since introducing Dexter Fowler at a Dec. 9 press conference.
Beat reporter Jenifer Langosch answers fans' questions in a new edition of the Cardinals Inbox.
Two more members of the Cardinals' organization are poised to play in the World Baseball Classic, as infielder Matt Carpenter (USA) and top prospect Alex Reyes (Dominican Republic} both recently accepted invitations to join as first-time WBC participants.
With pitchers and catchers scheduled to report to Spring Training in less than six weeks, it's not too early to begin dissecting the Cardinals' 2017 roster. This is the first of a six-part Around the Horn series that will take a position-by-position look at the team's projected starters and backup options heading into next season. Up first: Catchers.
The club's winter priorities were addressed early with free-agent signings in November (Brett Cecil) and December (Dexter Fowler). That doesn't mean, however, that the Cardinals' offseason work is done.
General managers and scouting executives voted Boston's Andrew Benintendi and the Cardinals' Alex Reyes as baseball's top position and pitching prospects, respectively, in the Pipeline Poll.
Three months before the Cardinals open the 2017 season with a primetime home game against the rival Cubs, Busch Stadium served as the epicenter for another St. Louis-Chicago showdown on Monday afternoon.
Whether the roster changes and additions of Dexter Fowler and Brett Cecil will be enough to close the 17 1/2-game gap in the National League Central is unknown. But the Cardinals' pursuit to return to the postseason stage will, in large part, be dictated by the answers to these five pressing questions.
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