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Cardinals News and Notes: Report Card, Farm, Celebrations, Michael Wacha’s Approach, Carlos Martinez’s All-Around Gem

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Here’s a recap of Wednesday’s stories:

Grading the Cardinals April - Ben Godar evaluated the team’s performance for the opening month of the season.

Daily Farm Report: Peoria Walks Off - Austin Ward covered Tuesday’s farm games.

Kolten Wong just wants to dump a cooler of Gatorade on someone - A Hunt and Peck - St. Louis’s second baseman is 0-for-2 when trying to dump the water cooler on a teammate, but Lil_scooter is confident he will reverse this trend soon.

2018 Draft Preview No. 9 - More College Pitching - Aaron Schafer continued his draft previews with a look at more college-level arms.

Carlos Martinez does it all; Cardinals win 3-2 - As You Van Slyke It covered Wednesday’s win over the White Sox, where Carlos Martinez pitched well and hit his first home run.

Michael Wacha’s approach to 2018 Has Been... Weird - Lance Brozdowski studied Michael Wacha and has concluded that the right-handed has been approaching batters a bit differently than what is ‘normal.’

That does it for Wednesday’s stories. Check back Thursday for more!