St. Louis Cardinals Trades
St. Louis Cardinals trade rumors and analysis.
The Cardinals have reportedly made inquiries to the Brewers about acquiring Adam Lind. Some think they are the frontrunners to acquire the first baseman.
By trading for Steve Cishek, the Cardinals added a late-inning bullpen arm with a good track record and a high upside. While Cishek has struggled so far in 2015, there are reasons to believe that he is capable of pitching much better going forward.
Back in May, at least one respected columnists was already declaring the Braves the "winner" of the November Heyward/Miller trade. One month later, the trade looks much more equal, and we still cannot definitively say who "won" and who "lost."
With the trade deadline a little over a month away, the Cardinals are in a strong position to make the postseason and have very few holes on their roster. However, they still have areas they should probably improve if they hope to hold off the Pirates and the Cubs.
With the loss of Adam Wainwright, some have speculated that the Cardinals could look to add a starting pitcher from outside their organization. Here's a look at some of the starting pitchers who could be on the trading block.
The bullpen of the St. Louis Cardinals is coming into focus.
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Ruben Amaro is reportedly attempting to stare teams like the Cardinals down in order to get them to meet his asking price for the obligation to pay Cole Hamels at least $96 million over the next four seasons.