All four Cardinals affiliates who were in action yesterday won. Memphis, Springfield, Peoria, and State College wrapped up their regular season campaigns. The St. Louis Cardinals prospect in Peoria and Palm Beach have both moved on to the post-season.
- Kyle Hald allowed 3 R and 6 H over 5 IP, he struck out 2 batters and also gave up 2 HR.
- Memphis finished the season with a 73-71 record, which was good for 2nd place in their division, 5 games back of the Round Rock Express.
- Andrew Morales's line was 7 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 K which was one of his best outings of the season. 2015 was the 1st full season of pro ball for the 2014 competitive balance pick, and Texas League hitters had a .316/.372/.477 line against him.
- Springfield finished the year with a 64-76 record, and were 34-36 in the second half, which was only 1 game behind 2nd half division winner Arkansas.
- Darren Seferina went 2-4 with a R and his team leading 26th double. The 2014 5th round draft pick more than held his own in the Midwest League, he finished with a team leading 42 extra base hits and also led the league with 12 triples.
- Harrison Bader went 3-5 with 2 R, a 2B, an RBI he hit his 9th
Vader BombBader Bomb of the year. His full potential was on display this year, the 2015 3rd rounder has the bat speed to give him a potential plus power tool. Some scouts think he will struggle against more advanced breaking balls, he will likely have an opportunity to prove them wrong next season.
- The Chiefs finished with a 75-63 overall record and their 42-28 second half record was good enough to qualify for the post-season. They will take on Cane County in a best of three series starting on Wednesday.
- Casey Grayson had a single and an RBI, his final line is .308/.414/.420.
Palm Beach is the only Cardinals affiliate playing today. They will kick off their best of three Florida State League playoff series again Charlotte. The Stone Crabs will have to deal with 2014 1st rounder and 2015 AFL invetee Luke Weaver.