The farm went 3-2, as Batavia rained out and Springfield got the night off. Check the details below!
The farm went 3-2 on the night, while Quad Cities and Batavia were rained out. Big news on the farm tonight, as Carlos Martinez got the start and a Cardinals pitcher threw a no-hitter! Check out who it was below…
The farm collectively went 3-2, while Palm Beach enjoyed the night off. What’s the point in playing the day after a Carlos Martinez start?
The farm went a collective 5-1 to open up August, while top prospect Carlos Martinez got the start. See how he did below!
The farm went a perfect 4-0, while Carlos Martinez got the start for Palm Beach. Am I the only one who likes that Miller and Martinez start on consecutive days? Both of them starting on the same day felt like top prospect overload.
The farm went 2-4 on the night, as Shelby Miller made a start. Check out how he did below!
The farm went 2-3, while Memphis won in extra innings. Check out the details below!
The farm went just 1-5, while one of our teams was no-hit. Also, check out the interview about C.J. McElroy earlier today and thank Chad Abernathy for taking the time to give us some valuable insight into what McElroy brings to our farm system.
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C.J. McElroy was taken by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 3rd round of the 2011 draft. Billed as a projectable, highly athletic center fielder, C.J. was a two-sport star in both baseball and football coming out of high school. The speedy outfielder was taken one round later than Charlie Tilson, another highly athletic center fielder, while the Cardinals try to add depth and talent to an area that has been lacking since Colby Rasmus graduated to the major leagues.
Reports have come out recently that McElroy has decided to forego his commitment to Houston to try to work out a contract with the St. Louis Cardinals. All indications are that he will be signed before the August 15th deadline and will join Zack Cox, Kolten Wong, Matt Adams, and Oscar Taveras as a resurgence in the amount of depth that the Cardinals have added in impactful position players.
Chad Abernathy, who coached C.J. in both baseball and football at Clear Creek High School, has been kind enough to answer some questions about him.