Cardinals will play Miami in Jupiter and another group will take on Astros in West Palm Beach. Cabrera will pitch against Houston.
Could the Cardinals use an infusion of new blood in that front office? That's among the hot topics in baseball writer Derrick Goold's chat.
Freddy Peralta spent most of his winter working on a slider, a pitch he'd used frequently with success in the minor leagues but had never thrown in the majors.
Freddy Peralta struck out two in his first two innings of work this spring as the Milwaukee Brewers fell to the Seattle Mariners 2-1 in a Cactus League game on Tuesday.
Columnist Ben Frederickson takes Cardinals, Blues, Mizzou, SLU and MLS questions and comments in his weekly chat.
In one-third os an inning, Reyes walks two, allows two hits and two runs. Cecil also unimpressive. Shortstops DeJong and Munoz homer, drive in six
The conversation in the Cardinals’ clubhouse after a maddening loss in the NLCS was one that would echo into the winter.
The Atlanta Braves pulled first baseman Freddie Freeman from Tuesday's spring training game against the Minnesota Twins over concerns regarding his inflamed right elbow.
Jacob Nottingham caught a break when X-rays revealed no fractures after he was hit in the right hand by a pitch Sunday in the Brewers' 7-2 Cactus League loss to the Padres.
Chad Spanberger hits his second home run in as many games vs. Los Angeles; Lucas Erceg and Orlando Arcia go deep vs. Oakland.
Post-Dispatch subscribers: See what our baseball writer had to say about the team during his live chat from Jupiter, Fla.
Liberatore allows five runs in seventh on three hits, three walks, a balk and a wild pitch. Gant, Helsley, Fernandez, Thompson throw the hitless innings.
A disciplined regimen has kept Adam Wainwright in the Cardinals rotation. It could be what gets Carlos Martinez back into it.
Infielder Edmundo Sosa, 23, is considered one of the finest gloves in Cardinals’ camp this spring.
QUESTION: Does John Mozeliak spend all of spring training in Jupiter? If so, is it because he also is evaluating the players with Shildt, or is it more to show support to the team? Does he second-guess the player evaluations made by the coaches, or give his opinion as part of a collective assessment?
COMMENT: Research on the recent Cardinals teams that reached the WS shows that all of those teams had 10 hitters with 300 or more PA. Of those 10, at least four had an OPS above .800. Where does this team find four players that can deliver a greater than .800 OPS? This is one of the reasons fans are frustrated. They don’t see that type of production on this team and they aren’t happy with the front office's wait-and-see approach.
QUESTION: A lot of people think Fowler will just be given the RF job due to his salary. Is there any scenario this spring where he could be supplanted by someone else? Mo mentioned on a podcast that Fowler and Bader need to evaluated as well as the young guys.