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Examining the evolving swing of the Cardinals’ fourth-round selection in this year’s draft.
Checking in again with the Cardinals’ most recent crop of draftees as their first minor league season draws to a close.
In which the author offers his own selections in the most recent draft, attempting to illuminate the paths taken by rationalising those that were not.
The later rounds of the draft always yield some intriguing talent, if not necessarily anything close to a finished product. So let's take a look at what the Cardinals took in the back half of the draft, shall we?
Recapping the draft and looking at early efforts to sign players.
Going through the Cards' picks in the middle rounds of the draft, one pick at a time.
A second bat-heavy high schooler for the Cardinals in the first five rounds of the draft. No, you're not the only one really surprised at the moment.
In the fourth round, the Redbirds dipped into the ranks of college catchers for Jeremy Martinez, a backstop with defensive tools and outstanding plate discipline.
In a live video, Managing Editor Craig Edwards discusses the Cardinals draft and a few other Cardinals related topics.
The Cards go back to the polished college pitcher well for their third-round pick, and grab one who looks very promising.
Following a surprising and occasionally exhilarating first night of the draft, day two dawns with plenty of talent still on the board.
The Cardinals go for another college righthander, one without great stuff, and without great results.
A tall college righthander with big stuff? Ah, seems like the Cardinals are returning to form, now.
Another surprising pick for the Cardinals under new scouting director Randy Flores, Dylan Carlson has big offensive upside but questions in other areas.
Well, that pick was certainly somewhat unexpected.
Heading into the 2016 draft, here are some players your humble narrator especially likes, and some thoughts on what the Cardinals might do.
The long-in-coming final edition of player profiles for the 2016 draft is finally here, with high school hitters and bonus content aplenty.
Double the normal number of players scouted!
A last group of college pitchers, in a draft absolutely loaded with examples of the form.
Reviewing three high school position players, all of whom have the skillsets to do multiple things on a baseball diamond, and occasionally elsewhere.
Looking at three bat-first players, slightly less heralded than some others, who could nonetheless make big impacts down the road.
Yet another batch of college right-handers, scouted and written up for your edification and entertainment.
The first edition of the less-heralded prospect report.
Even more righthanders of the college variety, in case you haven't had enough already.
More draft previews, this time focusing on catchers drawn from the ranks of college baseball.
Three more players for your consideration and enlightenment, this time drawn from the ranks of college hitters.
Taking a look at three high school hitters, all three of whom present uncommon offensive upside.
Checking back in on some college players already profiled.
Previewing a trio of the most stuff-heavy high school pitchers in this June's draft class.
Another installment of the draft preview series for 2016, this time focused on left-handed pitchers from the college ranks.
In the latest edition of the draft preview series for 2016, we take a look at three high school outfielders, all of whom offer potentially elite physical tools.
Profiling three high schoolers, all of whom play the infield, and present intriguing combinations of tools and skills, along with overall very high ceilings in general.
A look at one of the thinnest areas of the 2016 draft class, that of college infielders.