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The Villar Village: Mike Montgomery

Typically, the Villar Village focuses on players on bad teams because a sleeper often cannot find the playing time on a good team or such a player  becomes overexposed as a quality option and becomes overvalued for being on a good team.   588 more words

Fantasy Baseball

Deals Like the Carlos Martinez Extension Will Become the New Norm

On Thursday Carlos Martinez signed an extension that’s the first of it’s kind. He will earn $51MM over the next five years, a number that shatters the previous record for first time arbitration eligible players that Corey Kluber previously held with his $38.5MM five-year deal. 280 more words


UPDATE: Cardinals Announce 5-Year Deal With Martinez

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) updated at 1:30 p.m.– St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak announced a new contract for pitcher Carlos Martinez at a press conference at Busch Stadium, Thursday. 437 more words

Local News

Martínez, Cardinals agree to new deal

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On February 1, 2017 at 10:19 pm EST

The St. Louis Cardinals have re-signed right-handed pitcher Carlos Martínez. He has agreed to a five-year, $51 million extension with the team. 189 more words

The Capital Sports Report

The Faceless Ace: Johnny Cueto

It feels like the last time we heard anything about Johnny Cueto was when he signed a multi-year multi-million dollar deal in San Francisco.  That statement certainly has some element of east-coast bias in it, but it is rather remarkable how little buzz there was and is about Cueto among fantasy baseball prognosticators and players alike.   748 more words

Fantasy Baseball

Farewell, Jaime...

The trade of Jaime Garcia signified a few things to me. Here is what stands out immediately:

  1. Flexibility. The Cardinals HAD flexibility after picking up Jaime’s option, and gave themselves more with this deal.
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St. Louis Cardinals have a Logjam of Starting Pitching ... Not Much of it Good

As we wait for the St. Louis Cardinals to underwhelm us with a free-agent acquisition (likely a mediocre outfielder who doesn’t have a draft pick tied to him), and we cry for the need for a more consistent (higher average/OBP) bat and better defense (atrocious last year), we also need to address the elephant in the room: 1,167 more words

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