|Electric prospect Blade Tidwell has chaotic spring debut for Mets. JUPITER, Fla. — Blade Tidwell's first exposure to MLB competition in a game setting was eventful, and that was even before he forgot to cover first base. The Mets' pitching prospect had already thrown a wild pitch on strike three to start the third inning Friday and allowed a bunt single and bloop to left field. Dylan Carlson delivered an RBI single before confusion reigned. Tidwell threw a fastball that ticked the knob of Paul Goldschmidt's bat and rolled toward the first-base hole. Goldschmidt remained at home plate as Pete Alonso fielded the grounder. Blade Tidwell throws during the third inning of a spring training baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals. AP Also inactive was Tidwell,
|Cardinals Outfielder Still Limited After Undergoing Ankle Surgery. Cardinals Outfielder Still Limited After Undergoing Ankle Surgery Spring Training is upon us and St. Louis is closely monitoring some injuries Author: Patrick McAvoy Publish date: Feb 19, 2024 4:00 PM EST In this story: St. Louis Cardinals One young St. Louis Cardinals outfielder still is working his way back after undergoing surgery. Cardinals outfielder Dylan Carlson missed much of the 2023 campaign as he dealt with injuries and only was able to appear in 76 games. Carlson had a down year and clubbed five home runs, drove in 27 runs, and slashed .219/.318/.333. Carlson found his name in trade rumors last season and throughout the offseason but still remains with the club and is expected to
|Cardinals, Young Outfielder Avoid Arbitration By Agreeing To Contract For 2024 Season. Cardinals, Young Outfielder Avoid Arbitration By Agreeing To Contract For 2024 Season St. Louis reportedly avoided arbitration with one of its young outfielders Author: Patrick McAvoy Publish date: Jan 11, 2024 1:27 PM EST In this story: St. Louis Cardinals There still are a lot of moves to be made before the 2024 Major League Baseball season rolls around. The deadline for arbitration agreements is Thursday so a plethora of moves will be made. The St. Louis Cardinals -- like many other clubs -- have a handful of arbitration-eligible players. St. Louis already has been able to get a deal done and reportedly is in agreement with young outfielder Dylan Carlson on a $2.35 million deal to avoid arbitration,
|Blue Jays may be looking to make another trade with the Cardinals: report. Toronto Blue Jays manager Ross Atkins may not be done making deals with the St. Louis Cardinals just yet. The Blue Jays, who are focusing on adding position players to their roster for the 2024 season, are showing interest in switch-hitting outfielder Dylan Carlson, according to Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Dispatch. Carlson, 25, appeared in 76 games with the Cardinals this past season, hitting .219 with five home runs and 27 RBIs.
|Cardinals Reportedly Lose Outfielder For Season; Has He Played His Last Game For Club?. Cardinals Reportedly Lose Outfielder For Season; Has He Played His Last Game For Club? Could one young Cardinals outfielder have played his last game in St. Louis? Author: Patrick McAvoy Publish date: Sep 13, 2023 4:50 PM EDT In this story: St. Louis Cardinals The St. Louis Cardinals reportedly will be without one of their young outfielders for the rest of the season. Dylan Carlson hasn't appeared in a game for St. Louis since August 9th as he's dealt with an ankle injury and he reportedly won't return this season, according to The Athletic's Katie Woo. "Dylan Carlson has opted for season-ending arthroscopic ankle surgery after it didn't approve after his return to baseball