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Q: You tweeted that this week will force some action/movement from the Cardinals. What do you mean by that?

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Q: Any more information about the rumor that the Cardinals are interested in DJ LeMahieu? Surely, there is no way they would spend that kind of money....or is there?

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Q: You've said in that JT Realmuto's movement/market will set the tone for Yadi Molina’s. Are you surprised that he has not signed anywhere yet? And can you envision the Cardinals signing a DH-type player even before that decision is made, if only to not get left without a good option later?

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Q: Why did the Cardinals allow Andrew Miller's contract to vest, but refuse to re-sign Kolton Wong?

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Q: Now that the Cardinals are losing two minor-league teams, I assume they will have to release around 60 players. Do you know when that will happen?

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Q: How can the Cardinals consider Matt Carpenter for the leadoff position? The only thing they should consider for him is if he should be a starter.

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Q: Why did the Cardinals allow Andrew Miller's contract to vest, but refuse to re-sign Kolton Wong?

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Q: Now that the Cardinals are losing two minor-league teams, I assume they will have to release around 60 players. Do you know when that will happen?

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Q: How can the Cardinals consider Matt Carpenter for the leadoff position? The only thing they should consider for him is if he should be a starter.

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Officials and players conceded there were times when another positive test result surfaced and forced questions whether the Cardinals’ season could continue, or if MLB should without them. In the first week of the season, the Cardinals quarantined in a Milwaukee hotel as COVID-19 slithered through the traveling party. A total of 18, including 10 players, contracted the virus. They spent 17 days in isolation.

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An organization built on defense and nurturing homegrown players sent a shiver into the industry when it declined a $12.5-million option for second baseman Kolten Wong. He personified those Cardinal tenets. That decision was an early harbinger of this winter’s chill.

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