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St. Louis Cardinals
« on: July 01, 2009, 03:53:55 PM »
St. Louis Cardinals :STL:
Last Updated: 1/21/20
General Manager: Ryan J
ProFSL ID: RyanJames5

Team Budget (2020-2025)
Base Salary: $77m$57.5m$43.5m$42m$38m$13.5m
Cash Add-ons (near bottom of page): $-12m$-4.5m$0m$0m$0m$0m
MiLB Uncounted MiLB Salary: $8m$8m$8m$8m$8m$8m
Total salary on Books: $57m$45m$35.5m$34m$30m$5.5m
Salary Caps by Year: $127m$124m$124m$124m$124m$124m
Cap Room by Year: $70m$79m$88.5m$90m$94m$118.5m
*Note that 2020-2021 salary caps are set in stone, future caps are estimates

Roster (31/40 players, cash add-ons below)
C Knizner, Andrew, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
C Molina, Yadier, $6.5m (2021)$6.5m$6.5m
C Smith, Wil, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Abreu, Jose, $11.5m (2020)$11.5m
CI Aguilar, Jesus, $0.5m (P-2020)$0.5m
CI Neuse, Sheldon, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Rendon, Anthony, $16.5m (2024)$16.5m$16.5m$16.5m$16.5m$16.5m
CI-MI McMahon, Ryan, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
MI Adames,Willy, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
MI Kingery, Scott, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
MI Lux, Gavin, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
MI-OF Hampson, Garrett, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Alvarez, Yordan, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Mazara, Nomar, $4m (2024)$4m$4m$4m$4m$4m
OF O'Neill, Tyler, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
OF Roberts, Luis, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Stewart, Christin, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
RP Adams, Austin, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
RP Gant, John, $1.5m (2022)$1.5m$1.5m$1.5m
RP Hicks, Jordan, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
RP Kinley, Tyler, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
RP May, Trevor, $0.5m (2021)$0.5m$0.5m
RP Middleton, Keynan, $0.5m (2020)$0.5m
RP Wingenter, Trey, $1m (2020)$1m
SP Canning, Griffin, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Keuchel, Dallas, $5.5m (2020)$5.5m
SP Lucchesi, Joseph, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
SP Manaea, Sean, $4m (2024)$4m$4m$4m$4m$4m
SP Rodriguez, Eduardo, $4m (2023)$4m$4m$4m$4m
SP Stroman, Marcus, $4m (2021)$4m$4m
SP Weaver, Luke, $0.5m (P-2020)$0.5m
MiLB: Minor League Roster (16/20 players)
C Driscoll, Logan, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
C/OF Groshans, Jaxx, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Bannon, Rylan, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Diaz, Jordan, $0.5m (P-n/a), signed 1/15/20$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Ramos, Bryan, $0.5m (P-n/a), signed 1/12/20$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
MI Baylor, Jamari, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
MI Grissom, Vaughn, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
MI Hill, Glenallen, Jr., $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
MI McConnell, Brady, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Carroll, Corbin, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Ward, JeVon, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF  Siani, Mike, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Bishop, Cameron, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Brown, Hunter, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Hultzen, Danny, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Kauffman, Karl, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m

Cash Exchanges, Cap Hits, and Signing Bonuses
X-C Grandal, Yasmani, Cash Exchange on Contract, $4m in 2020$4m
X-C Molina, Yadier, Cash Exchange, $-3.5m in 2020$-3.5m$-4.5m
X-C Swihart, Blake, Contract Buyout, $1.5m in 2020$1.5m
X-CI Abreu, Jose, Cash Exchange, $-11.5m in 2020$-11.5m
X-SP Keuchel, Dallas, Cash Exchange, $-3m in 2020$-3m
X-SP Mitchell, Bryan, Released Under Contract, $0.5m in 2020$0.5m
2020 Draft Picks (10 picks)
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Re: St. Louis Cardinals
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2010, 02:34:02 PM »
St. Louis Cardinals History :STL:

2012: NL Central Champs (98-64)
St. Louis won back-to-back division titles for the first time since 2004-2006 when they won three NL Central titles in a row.  St. Louis finished with the second best record in the National League.  The Cardinals easily won the NL Central despite runs from Houston, Milwaukee, and Pittsburgh.  This very good season went wasted as they lost to the Nationals in the NLDS.  The depth that GM Paul S. built and the supporting farm system is very sustainable, so don't expect the Cardinals to back down from their hold on the NL Central.

2011: NL Central Champs (106-56)
The Cardinals had a bounce back year in 2011.  The team had an extraordinary amount of depth with two all-stars in Johnny Venters and Alex Avila.   All-star 1B Adrian Gonzalez was eventually sent to the Dodgers to free up cash for other acquisitions.  The Cards trailed the Brewers for much of the season and then won the division title in the last couple weeks.  They faced Adrian Gonzales and the defending WS Champion Dodgers in the NLDS and lost a nail-biter of a series.

2010: 3rd in NL Central (87-75)
Paul, the newly hired GM of the Cardinals, overhauled the roster by sending off franchise face Albert Pujols and Chris Carpenter for many top prospects.  They replaced these players with multiple, cheaper veterans that may add up to the same value.  In the mean time, the Cardinals would have one of the best farms that will quickly take over the veteran lineup. 

The expectations were low for the Cardinals who traded away their two best players.  The Cardinals surprised the league with a first half start that was bested by only the Brewers.  Eventually, off-season acquisition Jorge Cantu and their own Adam Wainwright were traded away for more offensive fire power in Adrian Gonzalez and Justin Morneau.  The team struggled down the stretch as Morneau (concussion) was out and just missed the playoffs.

2009: 2nd in NL Central (88-74)
The real life Cardinals felt like they were World Series bound in 2009 whereas the Franchise GM version fell short of the playoffs.  Each team performed sub-par compared to its roster.  The fantasy version went out and replaced its GM...

Paul (Cardinals GM) [10/19/09 - ]
Dan (Chief Bartle) [7/1/09 - 10/2/09]
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