St. Louis Cardinals minor league players

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Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the St. Louis Cardinals system and rosters of their minor league affiliates

Players[edit]

Conner Capel[edit]

Conner Capel
Conner Capel.jpg
St. Louis Cardinals
Outfielder
Born: (1997-05-19) May 19, 1997 (age 23)
Katy, Texas
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Michael Conner Capel (born May 19, 1997) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Capel attended Seven Lakes High School in Katy, Texas, and played on their baseball team. As a senior, he batted .456 with 36 runs, 27 doubles, and 23 stolen bases.[1] He committed to play college baseball for the Texas Longhorns.[2] The Cleveland Indians drafted Capel in the fifth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft,[3] and he signed with them for $361,300,[4] forgoing his commitment to Texas.

After signing, Capel was assigned to the Arizona League Indians to make his professional debut; he spent all of 2016 there, slashing .210/.270/.290 with 13 RBIs and ten stolen bases in 35 games. In 2017, he played for the Lake County Captains where he batted .246 with 22 home runs, 61 RBIs, and a .795 OPS in 119 games.[5] He began 2018 with the Lynchburg Hillcats.

Capel was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals on July 31, 2018, along with Jhon Torres, in exchange for Oscar Mercado.[6] He was assigned to the Palm Beach Cardinals and ended the season there. In 118 games between Lynchburg and Palm Beach, he slashed .257/.341/.376 with seven home runs, 63 RBIs, and 15 stolen bases.[7] Capel began the 2019 season with the Springfield Cardinals.[8] In June, he played eight games with the Memphis Redbirds. Over 106 games between the two teams, Capel hit .248 with 11 home runs and 47 RBIs.[9]

In July 2020, Capel signed on to play for Team Texas of the Constellation Energy League (a makeshift 4-team independent league created as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic) for the 2020 season.

Capel's father, Mike Capel, played in Major League Baseball for the Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, and Houston Astros.

Bryce Denton[edit]

Bryce Denton
Bryce Denton.jpg
St. Louis Cardinals
Outfielder
Born: (1997-08-01) August 1, 1997 (age 22)
Brentwood, Tennessee
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Bryce Robert Denton (born August 1, 1997) is an American baseball outfielder in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

He was born in Brentwood, Tennessee and attended Ravenwood High School.[10] He committed to play college baseball for Vanderbilt University.[11] As a senior at Ravenwood, he batted .464 with 34 RBIs and a .596 on-base percentage along with pitching to a 6–0 record and 1.68 ERA.[12] Denton was drafted in the second round by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft,[13] signed with them, and was assigned to the Gulf Coast League Cardinals.

Denton spent all of 2015 in the GCL where he struggled, only batting .194 in 44 games. Denton spent the 2016 season with the Johnson City Cardinals,[14] where he improved, finishing the season with a .282 batting average, four home runs and 26 RBIs in 54 games.[15] He transitioned from third base to the outfield in the off season. He began 2017 with the Peoria Chiefs, and after only batting .157 in 19 games, was reassigned to the State College Spikes, where he finished the season, posted a .268 batting average with two home runs and 21 RBIS in 56 games.[16]

Denton began 2018 back with Peoria and spent the majority of the season there, batting .258 with eight home runs and 34 RBIs in 91 games.[17] He also played three games for the Palm Beach Cardinals before an injury ended his season in August. He returned to Palm Beach to start the 2019 season,[18] and also spent time with Peoria. Over 77 games between the two clubs, Denton slashed .198/.259/.281 with three home runs and 26 RBIs.

Seth Elledge[edit]

Seth Elledge
St. Louis Cardinals
Pitcher
Born: (1996-05-20) May 20, 1996 (age 24)
Frisco, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Seth Wayne Elledge (born May 20, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Elledge attended Centennial High School in Frisco, Texas.[19] As a senior, he compiled a 2.92 ERA. Undrafted out of high school in the 2014 Major League Baseball draft, he enrolled at Dallas Baptist University where he played college baseball. In 2016, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[20] In 2017, as a junior at Dallas Baptist, he was 2–1 with 2.59 ERA and 13 saves in 22 relief appearances.[21] After his junior year, he was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the fourth round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[22]

Elledge signed with Seattle and made his professional debut with the Everett AquaSox of the Class A Short Season Northwest League before being promoted to the Clinton LumberKings of the Class A Midwest League.[23] In 19 relief appearances between the two teams, he compiled a 3–0 record with a 3.24 ERA.[24] He began the 2018 season with the Modesto Nuts of the Class A-Advanced California League, and was named a California League All-Star.[25]

On July 27, 2018, Elledge was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for Sam Tuivailala.[26] He was assigned to the Springfield Cardinals of the Class AA Texas League[27] and finished the season there. In 44 total relief appearances between Modesto and Springfield, he posted an 8–2 record with a 2.13 ERA, a 0.95 WHIP, and 13 saves.[28] Elledge began 2019 back with Springfield,[8] and was promoted to the Memphis Redbirds of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League in June. Over ​67 23 relief innings pitched between the two clubs, he went 6–4 with a 4.26 ERA, striking out 75. He was selected to play in the Arizona Fall League for the Glendale Desert Dogs following the season,[29] and earned All-Star honors.[30]

Derian González[edit]

Derian González
St. Louis Cardinals
Pitcher
Born: (1995-01-31) January 31, 1995 (age 25)
Santa Barbara, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Derian Antonio González Biasino (born January 31, 1995) is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

González signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as an international free agent in September 2012.

González made his professional debut in 2013 with the Dominican Summer League Cardinals, posting a 1–2 record and a 4.83 ERA over forty innings. He returned to the DSL in 2014 where he greatly improved, pitching to a 2–2 record and a 3.11 ERA in 13 games (11 starts). González spent 2015 with the Gulf Coast League Cardinals where he went 3–5 with a 4.23 ERA in 11 games (ten starts). In 2016, he split time between the Peoria Chiefs and the Palm Beach Cardinals, posting a combined 6–2 record and 2.16 ERA along with a career low 1.25 WHIP over a career high 100 innings pitched between both teams. He spent 2017 with Palm Beach where he posted a 4.33 ERA with a 4–7 record in 18 games (making 15 starts).[31] The Cardinals added him to their 40-man roster after the 2017 season.[32]

González began 2018 with the Memphis Redbirds and also spent time with the Springfield Cardinals during the season. In eight relief appearances for Memphis, he compiled a 5.91 ERA, and in 13 relief appearances for Springfield he was 4–0 with a 2.76 ERA.[33]

The Cardinals designated González for assignment on November 20, 2018.[34] Prior to the 2019 season, he was placed on the 60-day injured list, and missed the whole season.

Iván Herrera[edit]

Iván Herrera
St. Louis Cardinals – No. 97
Catcher
Born: (2000-06-01) June 1, 2000 (age 20)
Panama City, Panama
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Iván Aaron Herrera (born June 1, 2000) is a Panamanian professional baseball catcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Herrera signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as an international free agent in July 2016.[35]

Herrera made his professional debut in 2017 with the Dominican Summer League Cardinals, batting .335 with one home run and 27 RBIs over 49 games.[36] In 2018, he spent a majority of the year with the Gulf Coast Cardinals while also playing in two games with the Springfield Cardinals at the end of the year. Over thirty games with both teams, Herrera hit .336 with one home run and 25 RBIs.[37] Herrera began the 2019 season with the Peoria Chiefs before being promoted to the Palm Beach Cardinals in July; over 87 games between the two clubs, he slashed .284/.374/.405 with nine home runs and 47 RBIs.[38] After the season, he was selected to play in the Arizona Fall League with the Glendale Desert Dogs,[39] with whom he was named an All-Star.[40]

Herrera was a non-roster invite to 2020 spring training.[41]

Scott Hurst[edit]

Scott Hurst
St. Louis Cardinals
Outfielder
Born: (1996-03-25) March 25, 1996 (age 24)
Glendora, California
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Scott Andrew Hurst (born March 25, 1996) is an American baseball outfielder in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Hurst graduated from Bishop Amat High School in La Puente, California in 2014. He is one of only six Bishop Amat baseball players to have their jersey retired.[42] In September 2013, he played for the USA 18U baseball team that won the IBAF World Cup in Taiwan.[43] As a senior in 2014, he batted .419 and pitched to a 0.66 ERA, helping lead Bishop Amat to a CIF Southern Section Division 3 title.[44] He was not drafted out of high school in the 2014 MLB draft and he enrolled at California State University, Fullerton where he played college baseball for the Cal State Fullerton Titans.

Hurst struggled as a freshman and a sophomore, batting .250 in 41 games while dealing with back injuries and .215 in 51 games, respectively. After his sophomore year in 2016, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[45] As a junior in 2017, he broke out and started all 63 of Cal State Fullerton's games, batting .328 with 12 home runs and 40 RBIs[46] and being named to the All-Big West first team.[47] After his junior year, he was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the third round (94th overall) of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[48]

Hurst signed with the Cardinals for $450,000[49] and was assigned to the State College Spikes, where he was named a New York-Penn League All-Star.[50] In 55 games, he slashed .282/.354/.432 with three home runs, 21 RBIs, and six triples.[51] He began 2018 with the Peoria Chiefs and was promoted to the Palm Beach Cardinals on August 1.[52] He was placed on the injured list three times during the season, forcing him to miss time throughout the year. In 49 games for Peoria, he hit .295/.361/.411 with three home runs and 25 RBIs, and in 14 games for Palm Beach he batted .354 with one home run and nine RBIs.[53]

Hurst began 2019 with the Springfield Cardinals.[54] He was reassigned to Palm Beach in May, and promoted back to Springfield in July. At the end of the month, he returned to Palm Beach. Over 108 games between the two clubs, Hurst slashed .217/.287/.299 with five home runs and 33 RBIs.

Evan Kruczynski[edit]

Evan Kruczynski
St. Louis Cardinals
Pitcher
Born: (1995-03-31) March 31, 1995 (age 25)
Franklin, Wisconsin
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Evan Jacob Kruczynski (born March 31, 1995) is an American baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Kruczynski attended Franklin High School in Franklin, Wisconsin.[55] He helped Franklin win baseball state championships as a freshman in 2010 and a sophomore in 2011.[56] As a junior in 2012, he was 4–4 with a 1.97 ERA, striking out 73 batters in ​46 13 innings pitched.[57] Undrafted out of high school, he enrolled at East Carolina University where he played college baseball for the East Carolina Pirates.[58]

Kruczynski made only three appearances as a freshman in 2014, but in 2015, as a sophomore, led the team with 16 starts in which he posted an 8–4 record with a 3.17 ERA.[59] As a junior in 2016, he pitched to an 8–1 record with a 2.01 ERA in 17 starts.[60] In 2017, as a senior for the Pirates, he suffered a broken leg and only made ten starts in which he compiled a 4–3 record with a 4.47 ERA.[61] After the season, he was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the ninth round of the 2017 MLB draft.[62] He signed for $3,000.[63]

After signing, Kruczynski made his professional debut with the Peoria Chiefs.[64] He spent the remainder of the year with Peoria, going 4–3 with a 3.41 ERA in 14 games (13 starts).[65] He began 2018 with the Palm Beach Cardinals,[66] with whom he was named a Florida State League All-Star,[67] and was promoted to the Springfield Cardinals in July.[68] In 21 total starts between the two teams, he was 7–6 with a 3.50 ERA and a 1.14 WHIP.[69] He was assigned to play for the Surprise Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League after the season.[70]

Kruczynski began 2019 back with Springfield,[54] and he was promoted to the Memphis Redbirds in May. He was reassigned back to Springfield in June, and finished the season there. Over 28 games (26 starts) between the two clubs, he pitched to a 4-10 record with a 6.09 ERA, striking out 146 over ​147 23 innings.

Evan Mendoza[edit]

Evan Mendoza
St. Louis Cardinals
Third baseman
Born: (1996-06-28) June 28, 1996 (age 24)
Sarasota, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Evan Manuel Mendoza (born June 28, 1996) is an American baseball third baseman in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Mendoza graduated from Sarasota High School in Sarasota, Florida. As a senior in 2014, he was 7–2 with a 0.78 ERA in 54 innings pitched.[71] He was not drafted out of high school in the 2014 MLB draft and enrolled at North Carolina State University where he played college baseball for the NC State Wolfpack.

As a freshman at NC State in 2015, Mendoza struggled, posting a 6.75 ERA in nine appearances. After his freshman season, he was converted from a pitcher to a position player.[72] As a sophomore he led NC State with a .362 batting average and was named to the All-ACC second team.[73] After the 2016 season, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[74] In 2017, as a junior, he started all 61 of NC State's games and batted .262 with five home runs and 35 RBIs.[75] After his junior year, he was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 11th round of the 2017 MLB draft.[76]

Mendoza signed with the Cardinals for $150,000[77] and was assigned to the State College Spikes. After batting .370/.431/.549 with three home runs, 28 RBIs, and 14 doubles in 41 games he was promoted to the Peoria Chiefs in August where he finished the season, batting .270 with one home run, eight RBIs, and six doubles in 18 games. While playing for State College, he was named to the New York-Penn League All-Star Game,[78] and his .370 batting average won him the title of 2017 New York-Penn League batting champion.[79] He began 2018 with the Palm Beach Cardinals where he was named to the Florida State League All-Star Game.[80] After batting .349/.394/.456 with three home runs and 16 RBIs through 37 games, he was promoted to the Springfield Cardinals in May.[81] Mendoza was selected as St. Louis' Minor League Player of the Month for May after batting a combined .369 with an .895 OPS in 28 total games played between Palm Beach and Springfield during the month.[82] He ended the year with Springfield, hitting .254 with five home runs and 26 RBIs in 98 games.[83]

Mendoza began 2019 with the Memphis Redbirds,[84] but was reassigned back to Springfield in April.[85] He was promoted back to Memphis in June, but placed on the injured list that same month, ultimately ending his season.[86] Over sixty games between the two teams, Mendoza hit .252 with one home run and 21 RBIs.

Elehuris Montero[edit]

Elehuris Montero
Elehuris Montero.jpg
St. Louis Cardinals – No. 49
Third baseman
Born: (1998-08-17) August 17, 1998 (age 21)
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Elehuris Montero (born August 17, 1998) is a Dominican professional baseball third baseman in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Montero signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as an international free agent in August 2014.[87] He made his professional debut in 2015 with the Dominican Summer League Cardinals where he hit .252 with three home runs and 30 RBIs in 57 games. He played 2016 with the Dominican Summer League Cardinals, batting .260 with one home run and 26 RBIs in 61 games, and 2017 with the Gulf Coast Cardinals where he compiled a .277 batting average with five home runs and 36 RBIs in 52 games.

Montero started 2018 with the Peoria Chiefs where he was named a Midwest League All-Star.[88] After slashing .321/.381/.529 with 15 home runs, 69 RBIs, and 28 doubles in 102 games, he was promoted to the Palm Beach Cardinals in August.[89][90] In 24 games for Palm Beach, he hit .286 with one home run and 13 RBIs.[91] Following the season, Montero was named the Most Valuable Player of the Midwest League.[92]

Montero began 2019 with the Springfield Cardinals,[93] and was placed on the injured list in April. He returned to play in May, but was once again placed on the IL at the end of the month. He was activated once again in July. Over 59 games with Springfield, Montero hit .188 with seven home runs and 18 RBIs. He was selected to play in the Arizona Fall League for the Glendale Desert Dogs following the season.[29]

Montero was added to St. Louis' 40–man roster following the 2019 season.[94]

On July 5, 2020 it was announced that Montero had tested positive for COVID-19.

Ian Oxnevad[edit]

Ian Oxnevad
St. Louis Cardinals
Pitcher
Born: (1996-10-03) October 3, 1996 (age 23)
Shoreline, Washington
Bats: Right Throws: Left

Ian Eric Oxnevad (born October 3, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Oxnevad attended Shorewood High School in Shoreline, Washington.[95] As a senior in 2015, he boasted an 11–0 record with a 0.53 ERA, giving up just six runs all season,[96] helping lead Shorewood to the 3A state championship.[97] Following the season, he was named The Herald's baseball player of the year.[98] He committed to play college baseball at Oregon State University.[99] After his season season, he was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the eighth round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft[100] and signed for $500,000, forgoing his commitment to Oregon State.[101]

Oxnevad made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Cardinals, pitching to a 1–1 record with a 2.42 ERA in eight games (seven starts).[102] Oxnevad spent 2016 with the Johnson City Cardinals,[103] going 5–3 with a 3.38 ERA in 12 starts,[104] and 2017 with the Peoria Chiefs, compiling a 3-10 record with a 4.09 ERA in 24 games (23 starts).[105] In 2018, he pitched for the Palm Beach Cardinals where he was 7–6 with a 4.79 ERA in 22 games (18 starts).[106]

Oxnevad missed all of 2019 due to injury.

Tommy Parsons[edit]

Tommy Parsons
St. Louis Cardinals
Pitcher
Born: (1995-09-01) September 1, 1995 (age 24)
Columbus, Ohio
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Thomas Parsons (born September 1, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Parsons graduated from New Albany High School in New Albany, Ohio, in 2014. After graduating, he enrolled at Adrian College where he played college baseball. For his career, he started 44 games and compiled a 40–4 record with a 2.21 ERA, all three being program records.[107] He was undrafted in the 2018 MLB draft and signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as an undrafted free agent.[108]

After signing, Parsons made his professional debut that summer for the Johnson City Cardinals, going 5–1 with a 3.00 ERA in 13 games (nine starts),[109] earning a spot on the Appalachian League All-Star team.[110][111] In 2019, Parsons began the year with the Peoria Chiefs.[112][113] He was named the Midwest League Player of the Month for April after giving up only one run in thirty innings of work.[114][115] He was promoted to the Palm Beach Cardinals in May, and earned another promotion to the Springfield Cardinals in June.[116] In August, he made one start for the Memphis Redbirds. Over 27 starts between the four clubs, Parsons went 11–9 with a 3.53 ERA, while leading the minor leagues with ​165 23 innings pitched.[117]

Griffin Roberts[edit]

Griffin Roberts
Griffin Roberts.jpg
St. Louis Cardinals
Pitcher
Born: (1996-06-13) June 13, 1996 (age 24)
Midlothian, Virginia
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Griffin Roberts (born June 13, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Roberts graduated from James River High School in Midlothian, Virginia. As a senior, he pitched to a 6–0 record with a 1.24 ERA.[118] He was not drafted out of high school in the 2015 MLB draft and he enrolled at Wake Forest University where he played college baseball for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.[119]

In 2016, as a freshman, Roberts struggled with his command. In 15.2 innings pitched that year, he walked 18 batters, threw seven wild pitches, and hit five batters while compiling a 9.19 ERA.[120] As a sophomore in 2017, he greatly improved, and became Wake Forest's closer, finishing the year with a 2–5 record, a 2.19 ERA, and eight saves to go along with striking out 80 batters in 53.1 innings.[121] He was named to the All-ACC Second Team.[122]

After his sophomore year, Roberts was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 29th round of the 2017 MLB draft, but he did not sign and returned to Wake Forest.[123] That same summer, he played in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Wareham Gatemen, and was named to their All Star Game.[124] As a junior in 2018, he transitioned into a starting pitcher, and became Wake Forest's Friday night starter, going 5–4 with a 3.82 ERA while striking out an ACC-best 130 batters in 96.2 innings.[125] He was named to the All-ACC Second Team for the second season in a row.[126]

The St. Louis Cardinals selected Roberts with the 43rd overall selection in the 2018 MLB draft.[127] Roberts agreed to terms with the Cardinals and received a $1,664,200 signing bonus.[128] He made seven appearances for the Gulf Coast Cardinals of the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League and one appearance for the Palm Beach Cardinals of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League, pitching to a combined 5.59 ERA in 9.2 innings. After the season, he was suspended 50 games for his second positive test for a drug of abuse.[129] Roberts was activated from his suspension on May 29, 2019, and was assigned to Palm Beach.[130] Over 15 games (13 starts) with Palm Beach, Roberts went 1–7 with a 6.44 ERA, striking out 36 while walking 35 over ​65 23 innings. He was selected to play in the Arizona Fall League for the Glendale Desert Dogs following the season.[29]

Ricardo Sánchez[edit]

Ricardo Sánchez
Ricardo Sanchez baseball.jpg
St. Louis Cardinals – No. 64
Pitcher
Born: (1997-04-11) April 11, 1997 (age 23)
Puerto Cabello, Venezuela
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Ricardo José Sánchez Lugo (born April 11, 1997) is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Sánchez signed with the Los Angeles Angels as an international free agent in July 2013. He made his professional debut in 2014 with the AZL Angels and spent the whole season there, going 2–2 with a 3.49 ERA in 12 games (nine starts). In January 2015, the Angels traded him to the Atlanta Braves for Kyle Kubitza and Nate Hyatt.[131]

In 2015, Sánchez played for the Rome Braves where he was 1–6 with a 5.45 ERA in ten starts, and in 2016, he returned to Rome, going 7-10 with a 4.75 ERA in 24 games with 23 being starts. He spent 2017 with the Florida Fire Frogs where he compiled a 4-12 record with a 4.95 ERA in 22 games (21 starts).[132]

The Braves added Sánchez to their 40-man roster after the 2017 season.[133] He spent 2018 with the Mississippi Braves, going 2–5 with a 4.06 ERA in 13 starts.[134]

The Seattle Mariners acquired Sánchez for cash considerations on November 28, 2018.[135][136] Upon joining the organization, Sánchez was considered by MLB.com to be the Mariners' 23rd-ranked prospect.[137] Sánchez was assigned to the Arkansas Travelers at the start of the 2019 season.[138][139] Sanchez was designated for assignment by the Mariners on January 30, 2020. On February 6, 2020, Sánchez was claimed off waivers by the St. Louis Cardinals.

On July 4, 2020, it was announced that Sánchez had tested positive for COVID-19.[140]

Max Schrock[edit]

Max Schrock
St. Louis Cardinals – No. 55
Second baseman
Born: (1994-10-12) October 12, 1994 (age 25)
Tacoma, Washington
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Max W. Schrock (born October 12, 1994) is an American professional baseball second baseman in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Schrock attended Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, North Carolina. He was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 28th round of the 2012 Major League Baseball draft.[141] He did not sign with the Diamondbacks and attended the University of South Carolina, where he played college baseball. In 2013, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[142] After his junior year, he was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 13th round of the 2015 MLB draft and signed.[143]

Schrock made his professional debut with the Auburn Doubledays in 2015 and spent the whole season there, posting a .308 batting average with two home runs and 14 RBIs in 46 games. He started 2016 with the Hagerstown Suns and was promoted to the Potomac Nationals in June.[144] On August 25, the Nationals traded Schrock to the Oakland Athletics for Marc Rzepczynski.[145] Oakland assigned him to the Stockton Ports before promoting him to the Midland RockHounds. Shrock batted a combined .331 with nine home runs and 71 RBIs in 2016, along with 22 stolen bases between the four clubs. He spent 2017 with Midland, where he posted a .321 batting average with seven home runs and 46 RBIs in 106 games.[146]

On December 14, 2017, the Athletics traded Schrock and Yairo Muñoz to the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for Stephen Piscotty.[147] He was a non-roster invitee to 2018 spring training.[148] Schrock spent 2018 with the Memphis Redbirds, slashing .249/.296/.331 with four home runs and 42 RBIs in 114 games.[149] He returned to Memphis in 2019,[150] slashing .275/.366/.381 with two home runs and 31 RBIs over 85 games.

Álvaro Seijas[edit]

Álvaro Seijas
St. Louis Cardinals – No. 52
Pitcher
Born: (1998-10-10) October 10, 1998 (age 21)
Maracay, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Álvaro Seijas (born October 10, 1998) is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Seijas signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as an international free agent in 2015.[151][152] He made his professional debut in 2016 with the Dominican Summer League Cardinals before being promoted to the Gulf Coast League Cardinals. Over 14 games (13 starts), he went 5–2 with a 3.38 ERA, striking out 55 over ​69 13 innings. In 2017, he played with the Johnson City Cardinals, going 4–3 with a 4.97 ERA over 12 starts, and in 2018, he pitched for the Peoria Chiefs, compiling a 5–8 record with a 4.52 ERA over 25 games (22 starts).[153] Seijas began the 2019 season back with Peoria,[152] with whom he was named a Midwest League All-Star,[154] before being promoted to the Palm Beach Cardinals in July. Over 24 starts with both clubs, he went 8–6 with a 2.81 ERA, compiling 114 strikeouts over ​134 13 innings.[155]

The Cardinals added Seijas to their 40-man roster after the 2019 season.[156]

Anthony Shew[edit]

Anthony Shew
St. Louis Cardinals
Pitcher
Born: (1993-11-03) November 3, 1993 (age 26)
Brookings, Oregon
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Anthony Edward Shew (born November 3, 1993) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Shew attended Mission Viejo High School in Mission Viejo, California.[157] In 2012, as a senior, he went 6–0 with a 2.89 ERA.[158] He signed a letter of intent to play college baseball at the University of California, Santa Barbara,[159] but instead enrolled at Saddleback College.

In 2013, as a freshman at Saddleback, Shew pitched twenty innings in relief, posting a perfect 0.00 ERA. As a sophomore in 2014, he went 8–2 with a 1.74 ERA in 14 starts and was named to the All-Orange Empire Conference First Team.[160] After the season, he transferred to the University of San Francisco where he played college baseball for the Dons.[161] As a junior in 2015, he went 7–5 with a 3.64 ERA in 14 starts[162] and was named to the All-West Coast Conference First-Team.[163] In 2016, as a senior, he went 4–7 with a 4.71 ERA in 13 starts and received All-WCC Honorable Mention.[164] He was not drafted in the 2016 MLB draft and signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as an undrafted free agent.[165]

After signing, Shew made his professional debut with the Johnson City Cardinals, going 0–1 with a 6.66 ERA in ​15 23 innings.[166] In 2017, he began the season with the Palm Beach Cardinals, but was reassigned to the State College Spikes in June.[167] He was promoted to the Peoria Chiefs in July.[168] In 15 games (13 starts) between the three clubs, he went 7–2 with a 3.49 ERA.[169] In 2018, he began the year with Palm Beach where he posted a 4–1 record with a 2.11 ERA in eight starts and was named a Florida State League All-Star[170] before being promoted to the Springfield Cardinals.[171] Shew finished the season with Springfield, going 6–8 with a 4.50 ERA in 19 starts.[172] He began 2019 with Springfield[173] and was promoted to the Memphis Redbirds in April. With Memphis, he was placed on the injured list twice, and missed the last two months of the season due to injury. Over 15 games (13 starts) between the two clubs, Shew went 2–5 with a 4.08 ERA.

Kodi Whitley[edit]

Kodi Whitley
St. Louis Cardinals – No. 90
Pitcher
Born: (1995-02-21) February 21, 1995 (age 25)
Clayton, North Carolina
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Kodi Whitley (born February 21, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Whitley attended Cleveland High School in Clayton, North Carolina.[174][175] In 2013, his senior year, he earned all-conference honors.[176] Undrafted in the 2013 Major League Baseball draft, he enrolled at the University of Mount Olive, where he played college baseball.

In 2014, Whitley's freshman year, he pitched to a 6–2 record with a 2.74 ERA over 13 games (ten starts),[177] earning Conference Carolinas Freshman of the Year.[178] That summer, he played in the Coastal Plain League for the Fayetteville SwampDogs.[179] As a sophomore at Mount Olive in 2015, he appeared in 17 games (making 14 starts) in which he went 8–4 with a 4.41 ERA, striking out 88 batters over ​87 23 innings.[180] After the year, he returned to play in the Coastal Plain League with Fayetteville,[181] earning All-Star honors.[182] Prior to the 2016 season, Whitley underwent Tommy John surgery, forcing him to miss the year.[183] In 2017, he pitched only five innings.[184] After the year, he was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 27th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[185][186][187]

Whitley signed with St. Louis[188] and made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Cardinals. He also appeared in one game for the Palm Beach Cardinals at the end of the season. Over ​17 23 innings between both clubs, he compiled a 1.53 ERA and 22 strikeouts. In 2018, he pitched for the Peoria Chiefs,[189][190] going 4–2 with a 2.51 ERA over 41 games (two starts), and in 2019, he began the year with Palm Beach before being promoted to the Springfield Cardinals[191] in April and to the Memphis Redbirds in July.[192] Over fifty relief appearances between the three clubs, Whitley went 3–4 with a 1.60 ERA, striking out 78 batters over ​67 13 innings. He was selected to play in the Arizona Fall League for the Glendale Desert Dogs following the season.[29]

Jake Woodford[edit]

Jake Woodford
St. Louis Cardinals – No. 40
Pitcher
Born: (1996-10-28) October 28, 1996 (age 23)
Tampa, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jacob Robert Woodford (born October 28, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Woodford graduated from Plant High School in Tampa, Florida, where he played baseball and was teammates with Kyle Tucker.[193][194] As a senior at Plant, Woodford was 7–0 with a 0.67 ERA.[195] He committed to the University of Florida to play college baseball.[196] He was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals with the 39th overall in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft and signed, forgoing his commitment to Florida.[197][198]

Woodford made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast Cardinals and spent all of 2015 there, pitching to a 1–0 record and a 2.39 ERA in eight games. He spent the 2016 season with the Peoria Chiefs where was named a Midwest League All-Star[199] and posted a 5–5 record with a 3.31 ERA and 82 strikeouts in 21 starts,[200] and 2017 with the Palm Beach Cardinals, where he went 7–6 with a 3.10 ERA in 23 games (21 starts).[201] Woodford was a non-roster invitee to 2018 spring training.[148]

Woodford began the 2018 season with the Springfield Cardinals, with whom he was named a Texas League All-Star,[202] and was promoted to the Memphis Redbirds during the season.[203] In 16 starts for Springfield he compiled a 3–8 record with a 5.22 ERA, and in 12 starts for Memphis he was 5–5 with a 4.50 ERA.[204] He returned to Memphis to begin 2019,[205] earning Pacific Coast League All-Star honors.[206] Over 26 starts for Memphis, Woodford went 9–8 with a 4.15 ERA, striking out 131 batters over ​151 23 innings.

Woodford was added to St. Louis' 40–man roster following the 2019 season.[94]

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Triple-A[edit]

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Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Brandon Allen (hitting)
  • 64 Mike McDonald (coach)
  • 22 Dernier Orozco (pitching)


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Double-A[edit]

Springfield Cardinals roster
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Pitchers

  • -- Liarvis Breto
  • 32 Patrick Dayton
  • 91 Bryan Dobzanski
  • 21 Alex FaGalde
  • -- Salvador Justo
  • 88 Tommy Parsons
  • 34 Jacob Patterson
  • 38 Angel Rondón
  • 64 Ricardo Sánchez *
  • 78 Ramon Santos
  • 95 Anthony Shew
  • 26 Austin Warner
  •  7 Ronnie Williams

Catchers

  • 91 Ryan McCarvel
  • 19 Julio Rodríguez

Infielders

Outfielders

  • 44 Scott Hurst
  • 43 Lars Nootbaar
  • 12 Chase Pinder
  • 18 Justin Toerner


Manager

Coaches

  • 36 Darwin Marrero (pitching)
  • -- Tyger Pederson (hitting)


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Class A-Advanced[edit]

Palm Beach Cardinals roster
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Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Brian Burgamy (hitting)
  • -- Rick Harig (pitching)


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Class A[edit]

Peoria Chiefs roster
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Pitchers

  • 22 Rodard Avelino
  • 99 Fabian Blanco
  • 34 Michael Brettell
  • 47 Franyel Casadilla
  • -- Noel De Jesus
  • 28 Logan Gragg
  • 39 Tony Locey
  • -- Connor Lunn
  • 40 Wilfredo Pereira
  • -- Jack Ralston
  • 19 Dalton Roach
  • -- Jacob Schlesener
  • 25 Colin Schmid
  • 26 Evan Sisk
  • 37 Sebastian Tabata
  • 15 Connor Thomas
  • -- Michael YaSenka

Catchers

  • 36 Leandro Cedeno
  • 29 Carlos Soto

Infielders

  • -- Moises Castillo
  • 21 Imeldo Diaz

Outfielders

  • 95 Terry Fuller
  •  3 Jonatan Machado
  • -- Tyler Reichenborn
  • -- David Vinsky
  • 91 Donivan Williams


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Cody Gabella (hitting)
  • -- Adrian Martin (pitching)


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Short A[edit]

State College Spikes roster
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Pitchers

  • -- Chris Holba
  • 39 Eric Lex
  • 25 Enmanuel Solano

Catchers


Infielders

  • 21 Stanley Espinal

Outfielders

  • -- Tommy Jew


Manager

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Advanced Rookie[edit]

Johnson City Cardinals roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 47 Will Guay
  •  4 Francisco Justo
  •  3 José Moreno
  • 30 Luis Ortiz
  • 35 Julio Puello
  • 52 Jake Sommers
  • 37 Hector Soto

Catchers

  • 53 Aaron Antonini
  • 39 Cristhian Longa
  • 36 Kyle Skeels

Infielders

  • 33 Ben Baird
  • 23 Mateo Gil
  • 54 Malcom Nunez
  • 25 Chandler Redmond

Outfielders

  • 34 Trejyn Fletcher
  •  5 Victor Garcia
  • 29 Todd Lott
  • 22 Jhon Torres


Manager

  • 41 Roberto Espinoza

Coaches

  • -- Renee Cortez (pitching)
  • -- Daniel Nicholaisen (hitting)


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Rookie[edit]

Gulf Coast League Cardinals roster
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Pitchers

  • 23 Martin Cordova
  • 13 Roy Garcia
  • 46 Steven Gingery
  •  3 Thomas Hart
  • 37 Nathanael Heredia
  • -- Ludwin Jimenez
  • 21 Wilman Madera
  • 36 Inohan Paniagua
  • 51 Tyler Statler
  • 47 Luis Tena
  • 39 Anthony Trompiz
  • 35 Francis Ventura

Catchers

  • 40 Joyser Garcia
  • 31 Zade Richardson

Infielders

  •  4 Francisco Hernandez
  • 18 Ramon Mendoza
  •  5 Franklin Soto

Outfielders

  • 25 Adanson Cruz
  •  8 Joerlin De Los Santos
  • 19 Luis Montano
  • 16 Patrick Romeri
  • 27 Jean Selmo


Manager

  • -- Joey Hawkins
  •  7 Josh Lopez

Coaches

  • 28 Giovanni Carrara (pitching)
  • -- Bernard Gilkey (hitting)
  • -- Tyler Wolfe (hitting)


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Foreign Rookie[edit]

Dominican Summer League Cardinals Blue roster
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Pitchers

  • 70 Benjamin Arias
  • 18 Allinson Benitez
  • 72 Americo Lugo
  • 51 Engels Martinez
  • 35 William Miranda
  • 78 Wilmer Ortega
  • 77 Michael Ozoria
  • 82 Juan Peralta
  • 75 Eduar Pimentel
  • 76 Reinys Portillo
  • 81 Josue Ramirez
  • 74 Yordy Richard
  • 73 Dionys Rodriguez
  • 65 Gustavo J. Rodriguez
  • 34 Ronald Suarez
  • 36 Victor Villanueva

Catchers

  • 80 Jesus Orecchia
  • 60 Luis Rodriguez
  • -- Juan Sanchez
  • 87 Jose Zapata

Infielders

  • 46 Carlos Arcia
  • 84 Elvin De Jesus
  •  7 Darlyn Del Villar
  • 47 Fernando Diaz
  • 40 Brandon Hernandez

Outfielders

  • 90 Darlin Moquete
  • 58 Hansel Otamendi
  • 55 Leudy Pena
  • 59 Gustavo A. Rodriguez
  • 71 Jose Rodriguez


Manager

  • 11 Fray Peniche

Coaches

  • -- BJ Roper-Hubbert (hitting)
  • Vacant (pitching)


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Pitchers

  • 35 Augusto Calderon
  • 83 Hemerson Cordero
  • 51 Angel Cuenca
  • 71 Hector De Los Santos
  • 73 Yonael Dominguez
  • 46 Luis Garcia
  • 65 Henry Gomez
  • 64 Diorys Guerrero
  • 63 Victor Herrera
  • 72 Jesus Jaquez
  • 60 Oliver Lopez
  • 76 Edgar Manzo
  • 58 Hansel Marcelino
  • 79 Brayan Ramirez
  • 75 Hancel Rincon
  • 86 Miguel Yedis

Catchers

  • 70 Roblin Heredia
  • 18 Diego Velasquez

Infielders

  • 34 Luis Andujar
  • 49 Albert Inoa
  • 40 Bryan Matute
  • 87 Sander Mora
  •  7 Erick Thomas

Outfielders

  • 74 Fernando Brazoban
  • 78 Miguel Marcos
  • 36 Claudio Ramirez
  • 33 Endri Salas
  • 90 Smith Vargas


Manager

  • -- John Matos

Coaches

  • Vacant (hitting)
  • Vacant (pitching)


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