Redbirds' Winn collects season-high four hits
Cardinals' No. 2 prospect has slashed .284/.349/.414 since May
Masyn Winn’s bat is heating up, and Sunday's season high in hits serves as the latest proof of that.
The No. 37 overall prospect per MLB Pipeline posted his first four-hit game at the Triple-A level in Memphis' 10-4 win over Jacksonville. Winn scored two runs in his first game
Redbirds' Walker, Winn take flight in tandem
Cards' top two prospects go deep in same contest to spur rally
The Triple-A Memphis Redbirds delivered a 1-2 punch to the Omaha Storm Chasers Wednesday night, with the top two Cardinals prospects each going yard.
Jordan Walker, the top prospect in baseball, and MLB No. 38 Masyn Winn hit their fourth and six homers, respectively, at the level on the season.
Baker's barrel? To third. The ball? Over the wall
Memphis masher reclaims International League HR lead in style
With a crack of the bat -- literally -- Luken Baker reclaimed the lead in the International League home run title race. Although it's how he did so that was notable.
The 15th homer of the year for the Cardinals prospect at Triple-A Memphis came off a broken bat, yet
Springfield cash-ews in on local cuisine
First alternate identity honors chicken dish created in Missouri
The Springfield Cardinals have always been, in the words of general manager Dan Reiter, a very traditional franchise. The Double-A team had never assumed an alternate identity before, but the tradition was broken this week.
For the first time in the club’s history, they didn't take the field as the
'Trust in my abilities:' Walker stays red-hot
MLB's top prospect slugs homer, adds two big hits for Memphis
Jordan Walker has been under a microscope since he broke camp with the Cardinals to start the season. The low point that followed his historic hitting streak -- being sent down to Triple-A to, among other things, work on his ground-ball rate -- came with struggles that are hard for
Memphis' Winn doubles down on home run trots
Second-ranked Cardinals prospect notches first multihomer game
Masyn Winn entered Friday night with two big flies on the season. The Cardinals’ No. 2 prospect is now heading home with twice as many.
The two long balls were the only runs in the game for Triple-A Memphis, which ended up losing 6-2 in 11 innings.
Despite the loss,
The Road to The Show™: Cardinals’ Graceffo
No. 71 overall prospect rises quickly with advanced arsenal
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here's a look at fourth-ranked Cardinals prospect Gordon Graceffo. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
In the past three seasons, few prospects have had
Seeing red: Walker clubs first Triple-A homer
Top-ranked Cardinals prospect hits first home run for Memphis
Twenty-three days after mashing his first big league homer, Jordan Walker has finally connected for his first jack in Triple-A.
After swatting three big flies and posting a .792 OPS in the spring, the No. 2 overall prospect in baseball per MLB Pipeline earned himself a spot on the Cardinals'
The best of the Cards' Minor League ballparks
From Florida to Tennessee, explore all the St. Louis farm stops
The Minor League Ballpark Guides series brings all the most fun features of Minors ballparks across America (and one in Canada!) onto your desktop, tablet or mobile device, whether you're interested in taking a virtual tour from where you sit or planning a trip to catch some games. Here, we
Gómez punctuates big bat with bigger smile
Minor League home run king in ‘22 makes his case for St. Louis
Ben Johnson’s recollection of a moment of viral fame is different from most.
The Triple-A Memphis skipper was standing in the third-base coach’s box when Delvin Pérez took a home run trot about 300 feet, right past him around third. For most, the trot was memorable because the ball had
Walker, Gómez soaring toward St. Louis
Electric bats headline Cardinals' Organization All-Stars list
Each offseason, MiLB.com goes position by position across each organization and honors the players -- regardless of age or prospect status -- who had the best seasons in each farm system. Next up in our 2022 Organization All-Stars series are the St. Louis Cardinals.
Road to The Show™ Ambassador season reviews
Volpe, Leiter, Walker, Rodriguez take big steps forward in 2022
The Nationwide Road to the Show™ Ambassadors series, which provides fans an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at four of the best prospects in Minor League Baseball, returned for another season in 2022.
Orioles hurler Grayson Rodriguez, Yankees infielder Anthony Volpe, Rangers right-hander Jack Leiter and Cardinals infielder/outfielder Jordan Walker were this
Gómez soars to new heights with home run crown
No. 30 Cardinals prospect belts 39 roundtrippers to lead Minors
From free agent to this season's Minor League Baseball home run king. It's been quite a year for Moisés Gómez.
The No. 30 Cardinals prospect launched 39 homers across the top two levels to claim the Joe Bauman Award, given annually to the top home run hitter in the Minors.
The Road to The Show™: Cardinals’ Burleson
No. 92 overall prospect proves to be a quick study in the Minors
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here's a look at fifth-ranked Cardinals prospect Alec Burleson. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
There was never really much doubt about Alec Burleson’s
Quad Cities, Peoria compete in charity blood drive
'Out for Blood' winner to be honored ahead of rivals' final series
Dave Heller is no stranger when it comes to giving back to the community.
As the president of High-A Quad Cities, Heller has helped organize countless community fundraisers, ranging from paying the college tuition for four area students to donating anywhere between $85,000 to $100,000 annually to the local Genesis
Cards' Redmond tallies historic 'homer cycle'
Springfield slugger hits milestones with four dingers and 11 RBIs
On an 88-degree night in Amarillo, Texas, in front of 5,134 at HODGETOWN Stadium, Chandler Redmond mashed his way into baseball lore.
The Cardinals infield prospect barreled up a solo, two-run, three-run and grand slam homer to complete the rarest milestone in baseball history -- the "home run cycle."
Cards' Koperniak cycles for Springfield
St. Louis prospect registers team's first feat since 2011
The last time the Springfield Cardinals had a player hit for the cycle, Matt Koperniak was 13 years old.
Presenting top plays by position from the first half
DeLuzio, Abrams, Duzenack made the most of their spot on the field
Throughout the first half of the Minor League season, fans were treated to some remarkable, jaw-dropping, eye-popping and show-stopping displays of defensive excellence.
We’ve broken down the best of the best in our weekly Top 10 countdown, and brought fans into the conversation with our voting for Plays of the
Trio spins Palm Beach's first no-hitter since 2012
Cards No. 11 prospect Hence sets tone with three perfect frames
After a tough May, Single-A Palm Beach is turning things around in June, going 7-3 to start the month. And on Wednesday, the club was given the perfect opportunity to recognize their efforts -- a no-hitter.
Cardinals prospects Tink Hence, Jose Moreno and Roy Garcia combined for Palm Beach's first
Stowers, Gorski, Nootbaar tally trifecta of trifectas
Tides, Redbirds, Grasshoppers outfielders all belt way to milestone
With hockey playoffs in full swing, it's only appropriate baseball put together its own version of a hat trick. Or more appropriately, a hat trick of a hat trick.
Kyle Stowers, Matt Gorski and Lars Nootbaar all homered three times Sunday, turning their respective contests into their own personal home
Prospect Q&A: Cardinals shortstop Winn
St. Louis’ No. 5 prospect on adding power, life off the mound
The early parts of Masyn Winn’s development as a professional ballplayer can be summarized with one term: addition by subtraction.
Winn was selected by the Cardinals with the No. 54 overall pick in the 2020 Draft. By then, the Texas high-schooler was touching 98 mph with his fastball and drilling
The Road to The Show™: Meet the Ambassadors
Follow Rodriguez, Volpe, Leiter and Walker during 2022 season
The Nationwide Road to the Show™ Ambassadors series, which provides fans an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at five of the best prospects in Minor League Baseball, returns for a second season in 2022.
Orioles hurler Grayson Rodriguez, Yankees infielder Anthony Volpe, Rangers right-hander Jack Leiter and Cardinals infielder Jordan Walker are
Burleson, Yepez drive in 12 runs to roar Memphis back at Charlotte
Each hit a pair of three-run homers in the extra-inning victory
MEMPHIS, Tennessee – The Memphis Redbirds claimed a high scoring, extra-inning, 18-14 affair in game two of a six-game road trip with the Charlotte Knights at Truist Field on Wednesday night.
First baseman Juan Yepez and left fielder Alec Burleson each blasted a pair of three-run home runs. Yepez hit
Mendoza crafting another career with nifty NFTs
Cardinals prospect's Diamond Dawgs have paid quick dividends
For most 25-year-olds, having the chance to fulfill your childhood dream would provide more than enough satisfaction. But Evan Mendoza has never been someone who focuses on just one thing.
Selected by the Cardinals in the 11th round of the 2017 Draft, the North Carolina State product has turned another