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ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

Matt Carpenter - 3B

Kolten Wong - 2B

Matt Holliday - LF

Allen Craig - RF

Yadier Molina - C

Jhonny Peralta - SS

Matt Adams - 1B

Peter Bourjos - CF

Joe Kelly - RHP (10-5, 2.69 ERA) *

* (9-3, 2.28 ERA) O[sTARTER] OOOO (1-2, 3.65 ERA) O[RELIEVER]

MEMPHIS REDBIRDS

Greg Garcia - 2B

Tommy Pham - RF

Oscar Taveras - DH

Randal Grichuck - CF

Joey Butler - LF

Xavier Scruggs - 1B

Luis Matteo - SS

Jermaine Curtis 3B

Audty Perez - C

Zach Petrick - RHP (7-3, 1.99 ERA) *

* O (3-3, 3.99 ERA) O [AA-Springfield]

* O (3-0, 0.27 ERA) O [Advanced-A Palm Beach]

* O (1-0, 0.83 ERA) O [Regular-A Peoria]

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MEMPHIS REDBIRDS

Zach Petrick - RHP (7-3, 1.99 ERA) *

* O (3-3, 3.99 ERA) [AA-Springfield]

* O (3-0, 0.27 ERA) [Advanced-A Palm Beach]

* (1-0, 0.83 ERA) O [Regular-A Peoria]

JULY 22nd, 2013

Cards' Scouts Find Another Hidden Gem in Petrick

Small-school pitcher went from undrafted in 2012 to an emerging talent a year later.

(By Jenifer Langosch)

http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130722&content_id=54348322&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

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There's a feature article in this week's Sports Illustrated on Yadier Molina. I think you need a subscription to access it. I have a subscription to the print edition, but had to sign up for the digital edition. I also can't copy text from the article; it seems to be displayed as a pixel image.

The magazine has feature articles on Tanaka and Molina. Because I live in PA, I got Tanaka on the cover. People in "God's country" should find Molina on the cover. There are also Cano and Trout regional covers. I'm not going to attempt to retype anything from the article, but here are a few "nuggets".

Miguel Cabrera says that Molina is the best player in baseball.

Jose Molina says Yadi passed him and Benji "the first day".

Mozeliak says the club might have given Yadi more money if pushed, but he didn't want it; he wanted the team to have more money to surround him with other good ball players.

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The exhibition in Memphis was rained out Saturday night, so the Cardinals flew directly to Cincinnati for the season opener Monday night. It's supposed to be on ESPN. I'll be in a meeting in Florida and may miss the early game start, but I set my DVR to record it. If it's a loss, I probably won't watch it.

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OPENING DAY, 2014

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ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

Matt Carpenter - 3B

Kolten Wong - 2B

Matt Holliday - LF

Allen Craig - RF

Yadier Molina - C

Matt Adams - 1B

Jhonny Peralta - SS

Peter Bourjos - CF

Adam Wainwright - RHP (19-9, 2.94 ERA) *

* Led National League in wins (19)

CINCINNATI REDS

Billy Hamilton - CF

Brandon Phillips - 2B

Joey Votto - 1B

Jay Bruce - RF

Ryan Ludwick - LF

Todd Frazier - 3B

Zack Cozart - SS

Brayan Pena - C

Johnny Cueto - RHP (5-2, 2.82 ERA)

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Molina's blast silences Reds

The Cardinals held on to beat the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 after nearly beating themselves today in the baseball season opener at Great American Ball Park.
Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright walked an uncharacteristic four but struck out nine in seven scoreless innings.
Carlos Martinez fanned Todd Frazier to end the eighth after the Cardinals boxed two double plays in the inning. And closer Trevor Rosenthal fanned two more in the ninth, giving the Cardinals 12 strikeouts for the day, and Yadier Molina's seventh-inning homer off Johnny Cueto stood up for a 1-0 victory.
The win was Wainwright's first opening-day triumph of his career.

MLB Recap

Wainwright (W, 1-0) 7.0 IP, 3 Hs, 4 BBs, 9 Ks, 0.00 ERA

Cincinnati speedster Billy Hamilton struck out four times.

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The 1972 Miami Dolphins are anxiously awaiting to see if the undefeated Cardinals will lose a game this season to see if they will remain the only undefeated world champions in the history of professional team sports.

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

Matt Carpenter - 3B

Jhonny Peralta - SS

Matt Holliday - LF

Allen Craig - RF

Yadier Molina - C

Matt Adams - 1B

Peter Bourjos - CF

Kolten Wong - 2B

Michael Wacha - RHP (4-1,2.78 ERA)

CINCINNATI REDS

Billy Hamilton - CF

Brandon Phillips - 2B

Joey Votto - 1B

Jay Bruce - RF

Ryan Ludwick - LF

Todd Frazier - 3B

Zack Cozart - SS

Brayan Pena - C

Tony Cingrani - LHP (7-4, 2.92 ERA)

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... Cincinnati speedster Billy Hamilton struck out four times.

Almost a 3 hour rain delay and the game just started. Hamilton tried to bunt his way on, but was thrown out by third baseman, Matt Carpenter. Wacha gave up a double to Votto in the bottom of the first, then struck out Jay Bruce to end the inning.

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JULY 22nd, 2013

Cards' Scouts Find Another Hidden Gem in Petrick

Small-school pitcher went from undrafted in 2012 to an emerging talent a year later.

(By Jenifer Langosch)

http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130722&content_id=54348322&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

Watch for this kid at the AAA level this year, and perhaps even at the majors.

He's climbed the ladder VERY fast, and he's looking good doing it, according to all that have been watching him.

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The 1972 Miami Dolphins can rest easy now, as the Cardinals finally lost a game yesterday.

(APRIL 4th)

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

Matt Carpenter - 3B

Kolten Wong - 2B

Matt Holliday - LF

Allen Craig - RF

Yadier Molina - C

Matt Adams - 1B

Jhonny Peralta - SS

Jon Jay - CF

Michael Lance Lynn- RHP (15-10 ,3.97 ERA)

CINCINNATI REDS

Billy Hamilton - CF

Brandon Phillips - 2B

Joey Votto - 1B

Jay Bruce - RF

Todd Frazier - 3B

Chris Heisey - LF

Zack Cozart - SS

Tucker Barnhart - C

Homer Bailey - LHP (11-12, 3.49 ERA)

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30 Seconds With Jim Palmer

(By JOE BRESCIA)

Q. Is there a pitcher who reminds you of you?

A. Michael Wacha of the Cardinals has a similar windup. He comes over the top and throws hard. He has the big curveball. We both got to the big leagues very early.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/09/sports/baseball/30-seconds-with-jim-palmer.html?action=click&contentCollection=Baseball&region=Footer&module=MoreInSection&pgtype=article

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(APRIL 13th)

Edwin Jackson has given out 11 free passes (9 walks and 2 hit batsmen) in 11 innings so far this season.

One of the walks was intentional though, so he essentially has given out 10 free passes in 10 innings.

Michael Wacha has been ...... Michael Wacha.

CHICAGO CUBS

Emilio Bonifacio - 2B

Justin Ruggiano - CF

Anthony Rizzo - 1B

Nate Schierholtz - RF

Starlin Castro - SS

Junior Lake - LF

Mike Olt - 3B

Welington Castillo - C

Edwin Jackson - RHP (0-0, 6.30 ERA)

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

Matt Carpenter - 3B

Kolten Wong - 2B

Matt Holliday - LF

Matt Adams - 1B

Yadier Molina - C

Allen Craig - RF

Jhonny Peralta - SS

Peter Bourjos - CF

Michael Wacha - RHP (1-0, 0.71 ERA)

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Michael gave up an unusually high amount of walks by his standards (3 in 7 innings), and he also did not have the best strikes-to-ball ratio (68 Strikes, 46 Balls), but he still pitched a GREAT game.

There's more than one way to get the job done.

MICHAEL LANCE LYNN O (vs. BREWERS, 4/14)

IP:))7

H:.) 3 (2 Doubles, 1 Single)

R:.o 0

BB:o3

SO:o11

Pitches: 114 (68 Strikes, 46 Balls)

2014 ERA: 4.00

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