The 37-year-old Carpenter gave no guarantee Tuesday that he’d be back next season. Carpenter didn’t know when he’ll be able to throw again.
Cardinals say 37-year old ace pitcher will need 2-3 months of rehab & should have normal offseason.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Chris Carpenter won’t be pitching for the Cardinals anymore this season, as he prepares for major surgery. The decision to move forward with the operation that will shut down the 37-year-old right-handed starter for […]
Carpenter returned after having the shoulder examined in Dallas. He had problems with weakness after throwing to hitters a week ago in Kansas City.
Kelly, who turned 24 yesterday, was the Cardinals 3rd round draft selection in 2009 and he will be making his Major League debut.
The Cardinals lead the National League with a .301 average and their 12 home runs, 37 runs and .371 on-base percentage were the best in baseball through Wednesday’s games.
Scott and Mo open the show and have a brief chat about how the Blues might do in the playoffs. In depth Blues talk including goaltenders, coaching, and strengths of the the lineup. Tom Penders, […]
Total Information PM: Million Dollar Baseball Card, Spring Training Update, Obama Care Hearing Update
Bill Goodwin of Goodwin and Company tells us why he is putting a million dollar baseball card up for auction. KMOX’s Mike Claiborne shares a portion of his conversation with Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter. CBS […]
He was benched in September 2004 for a similar injury in his right arm keeping him out of the Cardinals’ run to the World Series.
The Redbird’s ace flew back to St. Louis on Tuesday for more re-evaluation to try to determine what may be causing weakness in his right shoulder and right arm.