Ozuna’s deal with Atlanta clarified just how closely the Cards are guarding the cash this winter, and just how cold the front office had grown on him.
But Mozeliak says: 'It’s going to be tough for him to break our rotation given the talent and the names we have in it.'
Right away, the biggest issue isn't that the Cardinals lost Marcell Ozuna and will replace him with either Tyler O'Neill or Dylan Carlson.
Switch-hitter had 11 homers in 2019. He may get more pinch-hitting opportunities if Cardinals keep three catchers on 26-man roster.
Mozeliak on free agent outfielder's departure to Atlanta: 'This now clears a path for our young outfielders to play every day.'
Outfielder who closed his career with the Cardinals is lauded by Scott Rolen as 'the best all-around player I’ve ever played with.'
More hot topics from Rick Hummel's chat: What's best for the team — Carlos as a starter or closer? How long can Shildt wait on Fowler and Carp?
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Celebrated backstop for one of the most successful eras in franchise history is entering the final season of a three-year, $60-million deal.
Cardinals chairman says: 'We're not out there actively trying to develop a trade. We don't want to give up our top young players, for one thing.'
Season No. 15 shared between No. 50 and No. 4 could be the final one. Appreciate them now as much as you will miss them when it ends.
Just know that however frustrated you were with Paul Goldschmidt’s hitting last year, so was Paul Goldschmidt.
Cardinals’ quest for a new cleanup hitter begins in earnest now. O'Neill, Thomas, Carlson all could wind up in left field.
Jeter finishes one vote shy of unanimous election. Walker gets six more than the minimum, gains election in his final year on writers' ballot.
Lance Berkman spent a week this winter at Matt Carpenter’s Texas ranch working with him on his swing. Bottom line: 'He's back,' says Berkman.
The Cardinals’ years and years of wanting the financing and approval to bring their spring training complex up to date has received a boost fo…
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After listening to the veteran Cardinals third baseman, how can anyone put stock in Houston's offense?
After seeing his average dip to .255 in the 1959 baseball season, Stan Musial agreed to take a 20 percent pay cut from the Cardinals.
The Cardinals insist that their do-everything man will not be lost on the bench in 2020.
Miller said of the 2018 Indians: "Maybe some of us were naive to how much we needed to work to protect ourselves (from sign-stealing).”
St. Louis Cardinals' fans flocked to the day three of the Cardinal Winter Warm-up to see fan favorites Matt Carpenter, Paul Goldschmidt, Adam …