Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina said he plans to play out the three years remaining on his contract and retire from baseball at the end of the 2020 season. "Three more years, that's it," Molina said at the Cardinals' Winter Warmup Fanfest. Molina, who evolved into the face of the
St Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, 35, said he will retire when his contract expires at the end of the 2020 MLB season.
Though more experienced closers remain available on both the free-agent and trade markets, president of baseball operations John Mozeliak, speaking on the first day of the Cardinals’ Winter Warm-Up, expressed confidence in one the club already has: Luke Gregerson.
The Cardinals are assured of avoiding the arbitration courtroom this year after reaching agreements with all of their remaining unsigned players on Friday. In doing so, the clubs and players did not have to go through the process of exchanging desired salary figures for 2018.
Happy Thursday one and all. Hope the week is treating you well. It has been a long week, but hopefully, Monday or Tuesday, maybe sooner, we will have some clarity on the Arizona Cardinals head coach search. Let's get you caught up on all the news from around the web. Offensive coordinator Harold
Right-handed pitcher Preston Guilmet, who last appeared in the Majors in 2015, has signed a Minor League contract with the Cardinals that includes an invitation to big league camp as a non-roster invitee.
With Marcell Ozuna, Dexter Fowler and Tommy Pham, the Cardinals could come into the 2018 season with one of the biggest, baddest outfield trios in the game.
The 2018 Cardinals Caravan will visit 20 cities across six states from Jan. 12-15, the organization announced on Thursday. More than 30 current and former players will split up into six groups to crisscross the region, The Caravan takes place at the same time as the Winter Warm-Up in downtown St. Louis.
The St. Louis Cardinals are still in pursuit of free agent Eric Hosmer, according to Jon Morosi of MLB Network. The Cardinals have been rumored to be in the mix for Hosmer for weeks, but nothing has escalated as the free agent market remains relatively untapped. Matt Carpenter is a solid corner infielder
One source said Tuesday that the Cardinals are pursuing All-Star first baseman Eric Hosmer, among other options to improve their lineup.
Though the Cardinals kept quiet over the recent holidays, members of the organization’s front office returned for their first official workday of 2018 needing to recalibrate their search for a closer.
The St. Louis Cardinals are still looking to add an impact bat to their lineup, and Eric Hosmer might be near the top of their wish list, as the team remains involved in the pursuit of the free-agent first baseman, a source told Jon Morosi of MLB Network. Hosmer was first said to be of […]