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Healthy Jaime Garcia Could Mean Changes for Cardinals

Jaime Garcia Featured

Plenty of teams around the league wish they were in the St. Louis Cardinals’ position heading into 2015. This team has an enviable amount of depth. Still, a few questions remain with respect to roster construction. Who will round out the bullpen? Who will win the last bench spot as a backup utility infielder? The Cardinals go into 2015 with their rotation all ...

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Too Early to Panic About Wainwright’s Injury

Adam Wainwright Featured

When word breaks that a team cornerstone is dealing with an injury, it’s tempting to take the “sky is falling” route. Who knows why? Maybe it’s a crutch to make for a more compelling storyline. Maybe, in my case, it’s because I had so much trouble coming back from my own injuries. Let’s hope, in Adam Wainwright’s case, the worrying is all pointless. ...

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Lackey Could be Dark Horse for Cardinals in 2015

Chris Duncan Featured2

As Cardinals spring training approaches, media-types have busied themselves with matters concerning the starting rotation. Will Wacha and Wainwright hold up injury-wise for a club that’s relying (maybe too heavily) on them to produce? Who’ll win the battle for the five spot? One topic that’s gone largely ignored, though, is how on Earth this team managed to add a two-time World ...

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2015 Power Rankings: Starting Rotations

Kevin Wheeler Featured-2

One of my favorite things to do this time of year is figure out which teams I like to do damage in the upcoming baseball season by evaluating the various elements of each team in groups. Rotations, lineups, bullpens, benches, etc. These are not final predictions…they are overviews based on information available before the start of Spring Training. The method ...

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Outfield is Cardinals’ Biggest Strength In 2015

Matt Holliday featured

The Cardinals have presumably finished their last order of business before heading into spring training by coming to terms on a two-year, $10.97 million dollar deal with their last remaining arbitration eligible player, Jon Jay. This contract is the first multi-year deal of Jay’s career. The Cards outfielder will earn a signing bonus of $1.25 million, in addition to making $3.5 million in ...

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