The St. Louis Cardinals minor league clubs completed their final games against external opponents, their co-habitants of the Jupiter facility, the Florida Marlins. Only intersquad contests remain on Sunday before camp breaks on Monday.
Scout.com Cardinals Pitchers of the Day – Saturday
Scout.com Cardinals Hitter of the Day – Saturday
In four at-bats,
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Spring won-loss records
With external competition complete, here are the individual team spring records. Intersquad contests are not included.
Quad Cities #1:
Quad Cities #2:
Rehabbing Joel Piniero threw 50 pitches, which carried him through 3.2 very nice innings. He didn't allow a run and didn't walk anyone. Pineiro yielded just two hits and fanned four. John Wasdin handled three innings and was charged with one run on five hits. He struck out one. Lefty Ron Flores allowed one harmless hit in 1.1 shutout innings, while fanning two. Chris Perez had what may be a trademark kind of outing as he fanned his first two hitters on six pitches, allowed a hit, then struck out the final batter to end the game.
A well-pitched game meant runs were at a premium. Brandon Dickson went three innings, allowing both runs on six hits and no walks. Three relievers each pitched one scoreless inning. They are Marco Gonzalez (one hit, two Ks), Josh Dew (two hits) and Kenny Maiques (2 Ks).
Tommy Pham had a pair of singles and the sole RBI in four at-bats.
Quad Cities #1 5, Jupiter (High-A) 5 (tie)
Blake King went four innings, allowing two
runs. Three hits and two walks were yielded and King fanned four. Brian Broderick was touched for two
runs in two innings. He allowed three hits and a walk, while fanning two. Adam Reifer got both his outs via
strikeout, but he also gave up a hit and a run.
Justin Roberson was on base all three times up with a single and two hit by pitches. Ouch! Jose Garcia went 2-for-4, while spring hitting machine Matt Arburr singled and had two RBIs. Charlie Pelt homered his only time up.
Quad Cities #2 2,
Nick Additon went three, allowing two earned
runs on three hits and a walk. He blew away five enemy hitters. Brett Zawacki spun three scoreless on
two hits, no walks, fanning four. Justin Fiske had a
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