When the first inning of Paul DeJong’s major league debut rolled around, the 23-year-old shortstop wasn’t even in the stadium.
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On May 27, 1975, Lou Brock hit for the cycle for the only time in his Hall of Fame career during a 7-1 Cardinals’ victory over the Padres at Busch Stadium II.
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Eric Longenhagen and Tess Taruskin have made it to the Cardinals in their top prospect series. No surprise here at who reigns at the top of the list. They include wonderful breakdowns of each prospect in this list -- it looks like a lot of time and care goes into crafting these. It is well-organized and easy to understand, while including all the relevant information a fan could want. Definitely check it out if you want to learn more about the Cardinals prospects!
In Hendrick, Cardinals general manager Bing Devine had found his new center fielder, a 28-year-old right-hander in his eighth major league season.
Over the course of his 12-year career, Wally Moon was better known for his "Moon shot" home runs than his base-stealing ability. Nonetheless, on May 25, 1954, the rookie center fielder came one stolen base shy of breaking a 50-year-old National League record as he swiped four bags in a 9-4 Cardinals win over the Cubs.
Our old friend Ben Clemens has a really good piece at Fangraphs about St. Louis Cardinals infielder Nolan Gorman. Last season he struggled with high fastballs, but a bit of a change to his stance seems to have made that issue a thing of the past. As usual, it is super interesting and insightful work from Ben and I thought you all might want to check it out!