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ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 2011 MEDIA GUIDE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Baseball Operations Staff Bios ....................................10-11 Clubhouse Staff ..............................................................15 Front Office Employees ............................................16 - 22 Medical Staff............................................................12 - 14 Owners’ and Officers’ Biographies ................................7 - 9 Schedule, 2011........................................Inside Front Cover Staff Directory..............................................................4 - 5

THE 2011 CARDINALS
Coaches’ Biographies ..............................................29 - 37 Manager Tony La Russa’s Biography ........................26 - 28 Milestones/In-Season Birthdays ......................................42 Player Profiles........................................................43 - 196 Roster ....................................................................38 - 41 Spring Acquisitions ......................................................164

BASEBALL OPERATIONS AND MINOR LEAGUE SYSTEM
2010 Draft Picks & First Round Picks 1965-Present........202 Kissell Award Winners ..................................................199 Minor League Clubs..............................................204 - 220 Minor League Leaders, 2010 ................................221 - 222 Minor League Player Biographies ..........................223 - 277 Minor League Team Schedules, 2011 ....................279 - 286 Minor League Medical Staff ..........................................203 Minor League Player & Pitcher of the Year......................277 Player Development Staff ..............................................198 Scouting Department............................................199 - 200

2010 SEASON IN REVIEW
Day-By-Day..........................................................290 - 292 Detailed Defense ..........................................................298 Detailed Hitting..............................................................296 Final Standings ............................................................288 Final Statistics - Batting ................................................293 Final Statistics - Pitching................................................294 Games Started By Position and in Batting Order..............297 Highs and Lows ............................................................295 Leaders - Batting & Pitching ..........................................294 Record vs. Opponents ..................................................288 Record When................................................................289 Scoring By Inning..........................................................289 Transactions ........................................................299 - 300 Won-Loss Breakdown ..................................................289

RECORDS AND HISTORY
All-Star Game Selections ......................................322 - 323 Award Winners ....................................................319 - 321 Batting - All-Time Top 10 ..............................................306 Batting - Feats ..............................................................309 Batting - Individual Records - Season ............................307 Batting - Individual Records - Game ..............................308 Best/Worst Win Pct. By Month (Since 1966) ..................303 Busch Stadium ....................................................356 - 357 Busch Stadium Highs & Lows ......................................316 Busch Stadium Leaders ................................................316 Club Records................................................................312 Fielding Leaders by Position (Season) ............................311 Hall of Fame Cardinals & Game Results ........................ 324 Home Run Category Leaders ........................................310 Home Runs at Busch Stadium, Individual Leaders ..........317 Home Runs, Longest at Busch Stadium ........................317 Last Time It Happened ..................................................314 Most Valuable Player Winners & Top-10 Finishers ..........318 Offensive Leaders (HR, RBI, SB) by Fielding Position ......311 Pitching - All-Time Top 10 ............................................304 Pitching - Individual Records - Season ..........................305 Postseason Results & Leaders..............................350 - 355 Qualifications & Regulations ..........................................358 Record by Decade ........................................................303 Retired Numbers..................................................327 - 349 Rookie Records ............................................................311 Series Sweeps, by Cardinals & Opponents......................315 Team Highs & Lows Since 1970 ....................................313 Where They Finished ............................................302 - 303

GENERAL REFERENCE
Broadcasting Information ....................................361 - 363 Cardinals in the Community ..................................364 - 366 Media Relations Staff and Regulations............................360

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Executive Offices: 700 Clark Street • St. Louis, MO 63102 Telephone: (314) 345-9600 • Internet Address: www.cardinals.com

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, L.L.C.
STADIUM OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
Vice President, Stadium Operation........................................ Joe Abernathy Administrative Assistant......Hope Baker Director, Stadium Operations ............................Mike Bertani Head Groundskeeper ....................................Bill Findley Assistant Head Groundskeeper ..................Chad Casella Carpenter....................................................Barry Abbett Painter ............................................................Bill Martin Electricians ......................Henry Bollinger & Tim Bresnan Mechanic...........................................Elroy Gretzmacher Mechanical Technicians ..............................Ken Biekert, Sean Driver, Steve Hoppe Office Services Assistant..........................Joe Humphries Housekeeping Supervisor..........................Scott Jackson General Labor Crew......................Renay Ellis, Terry Moll Director, Security and Special Services ................Joe Walsh Stadium Ops. Systems Administrator ....Hosei Maruyama Director, Event Operations/Guest Services ............Mike Ball Manager ................................................Cindy Richards Operations Assistants ............Ashleigh Middlebrook & Ashly Moore Account Executives ..................Kyle Dinges, Joe Pfeiffer and Craig Unger Account Services ............Lauren Anderson, Katie Bassel, Kyra Joiner, Kevin Parker and Megan Sommer Coordinator Cardinals Radio Network............Anne Carroll Vice President, Ticket Sales ................................Joe Strohm Administrative Assistant ..................................Lisa Haffer Director, Ticket Sales & Alumni Relations............Martin Coco Administrative Assistant ..................Kathy Langenfeld Manager, Ticket Technology................Jennifer Needham Supervisor, Fan Development........................Melissa Tull Coordinator, Fan Development ..................Molly Radcliffe Director, Ticket Services ....................................Rob Fasoldt Manager, Ticket Services ............................Brady Bruhn Supervisor, Ticket Services ....................Tom Parchomski Account Executive, Ticket Services......Michael Salony Ticket Service Representatives ........Jolene Jungers & Paul Pohlman Manager, All-Inclusive Tickets ....................Mary Clare Bena Receptionist ..........................................Marilyn Mathews Account Executive........................................Jared Odom Direct Service Reps, All-Inclusive ..........Luis Andrade, Christopher Bush, Whitney Clark, Caitlin Graham, Lauren Hallam, Richard Neal Manager, Group Sales......................................Kristi Yehling Senior Account Executive ........................Linda Burnside Account Executives, Group Sales ............Raley Curry, Mollie Francis, Matt Kitchell, Gina Perschbacher, Taylor Pope, Stephanie Roth, Cullen Speckhals Manager, Premium Tickets..........................Dolores Scanlon Supervisor, Premium Tickets ......................Julie Nienhuis Coordinator, Premium Tickets ....................Mike Lucchesi Manager, Season Ticket Service ....................Jamie Brickler Account Executives, Season Services..Heather Bacon Kim Bussen, Laura Cherre, Ryan Eberhart, Laura Elliott-Fallin, Kevin Mueller Director, Ticket Development ....................Derek Throneburg Coordinator, Ticket Development..............Justen Meyer & Brett Reitz Direct Sales Representatives ......................Ryan Canny, John Frick and Kevin Wolkowitz

ExECUTIVE OFFICERS
Chairman & Chief Executive OfficerWilliam O. DeWitt Jr. President ..........................................William O. DeWitt III Secretary..........................................Frederick O. Hanser
Senior Administrative Assistant ..............Julie Laningham VP & General Counsel, Asst. Secretary ..............Mike Whittle Senior Administrative Assistant ......................Grace Pak

CARDINALS CARE & COMMUNITY RELATIONS DEPARTMENT
Vice President, Cardinals Care & Comm. Relations .............. Michael Hall Adminstrative Assistant ................................Jama Fabry Director, Target Marketing ................................Ted Savage Director & Commissioner of Youth Baseball ......Keith Brooks Coordinator, Cardinals Care..........................Lucretia Payne Program Supervisors ....................Jessica Illert & Mark Taylor Program Coordinator......................................Tiffanne Ryan

BASEBALL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
Sr. Vice President & General Manager ....John Mozeliak
Executive Assistant to the GM ....................Linda Brauer

Assistant General Manager ..........................Mike Girsch Special Assistants to the GM ......................Mike Jorgensen, Gary LaRocque, Matt Slater Professional Scouts ............Bruce Benedict, Alan Benes, Chuck Fick, Mike Juhl, Marty Keough, Deric McKamey, Joe Rigoli and Kerry Robinson Director of Major League Admin..........Judy Carpenter-Barada Vice President, Player Procurement ............Jeff Luhnow Assistant Baseball Operations ......................Tony Ferrira Farm Director......................................................John Vuch Director, Amateur Draft Analysis ..........................Sig Mejdal Director, International Operations..............Moises Rodriguez Manager Amateur Scouting ............................Michael Elias Director, Media Relations ................................Brian Bartow Manager, Media Relations & New Media ....Melody Yount Media Relations Specialist............................Chris Tunno Director, Public Relations & Civic Affairs..........Ron Watermon Public Relations Specialist ........................Terry Rodgers MANAGER & COACHING STAFF Field Manager..............................................Tony La Russa Pitching Coach ..............................................Dave Duncan Hitting Coach ................................................Mark McGwire First-Base Coach ............................................Dave McKay Third-Base Coach ........................................Jose Oquendo Bench Coach ......................................................Joe Pettini Bullpen Coach ..............................................Derek Lilliquist Assistant Hitting Coach ....................................Mike Aldrete Bullpen Catcher/Catching Instructor....................Jeff Murphy Special Assistant to the GM ....................Red Schoendienst Head Athletic Trainer ........................................Greg Hauck Assistant Athletic Trainers ....Barry Weinberg & Adam Olsen Strength and Conditioning Coach ........................Pete Prinzi Equipment Manager ..........................................Rip Rowan Assistant Equipment Manager ..........................Ernie Moore Traveling Secretary............................................C.J. Cherre Visiting Clubhouse Manager ..............................Jerry Risch Video Coordinator, Major Leagues ......................Chad Blair

EVENT SERVICES & MERCHANDISING DEPARTMENT
Vice President, Event Services & Merchandising .................... Vicki Bryant Administrative Assistant ................................Marisa Diaz Manager, Event Services..................................Missy Tobey Manager, Retail Operations ....................................Pat Daly Assistant Manager, Retail Operations ......................TBA Manager, Special Events ..................................Kevin Owen Coordinator, Special Events ..................Kristen Schmalz Manager & Curator, Hall of Fame Museum......Paula Homan Museum Registrar ................................Jennifer Jackson Manager, Stadium Tours & Museum Outreach....Brian Finch

TICKET SALES, MARKETING & CORPORATE SALES DEPARTMENT
Sr. Vice President, Sales and Marketing ........Dan Farrell
Director, Sales & Marketing Administration ......Deborah Pfaff Director, Publications........................................Steve Zesch Editorial Coordinator........................................Tom Klein Associate Editor ............................................Larry State Customer/Business Rel. Coordinator ........................TBA Advertising Account Executive ..................Laura Hughes Vice President, Corp. Marketing & Stad. Entertainment ........ Thane van Breusegen Coordinator, Corp Sales..............................Kristin Sneller Director, Scoreboard Operations & Sr. AE ....Tony Simokaitis Production Coordinator ..............................Craig Wilson Production Assistant ................................Tyler Munie Senior Account Executive, Corp Sales................Jeff Floerke Manager of Promotions & Acct. Coordinator ....Kristin Casey Administrative Assistant................................Gail Ruhling

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT
Sr. Vice President & CFO ..............................Brad Wood
Director, Finance.................................................Rex Carter Director Purchasing & Cost Analysis ................Mark Murray Procurement Specialist ..............................Kelley Moody Buyer................................................Christine Goodman Director, Accounting ..........................................John Lowry Supervisor, Ticket Accounting & Reporting..Michelle Flach Senior Accountant ................................Tracey Sessions Accountant ................................................Bernie Steele Accounts Payable Clerk..............................Patty Cooper Staff Accountant ..........................................Merry Duan Office Services/Accounting Assistant ......Marissa Hoover Director, Payroll & Compliance ..................Shellie Stephens Payroll Accountants ................Kurt Hoevel & Lee Weber Manager, Employee Benefits ......................Karen Brown Director, Human Resources........................Christine Nelson Human Resources Generalist ......................Abby Lorenz Finance and Administration Assistant ......Celina Allen

The 2011 St. Louis Cardinals Media Guide was produced by the Cardinals Media Relations Department: Brian Bartow & Ron Waterman, Director; Melody Yount, Manager; Chris Tunno & Terry Rodgers, Assistants. Editorial Contributors: Mark Bausch, Tom James, Tom Schott, Larry State, John Vuch, and Steve Zesch. Production Coordinator: Ryan Dempsey, PQ Design Group. Special thanks to Rob Doelger and John Blundell at MLB, David Vincent, Elias Sports Bureau, Stats L.L.C. and National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum for their contributions. Printing by Hadler Printing Co. Photos by Dan Donovan, Jim Herren, Scott Rovak, Bill Greenblatt, MLB Photo and Getty Images. Cover design by PQ Design Group. The content is based on information available through February 15, 2011.

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OWNERSHIP
CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF ExECUTIVE OFFICER As the principal owner of the Cardinals, Bill DeWitt Jr. has served as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since 1996. DeWitt oversees all operational, baseball, financial and league matters for the team and is a member of the Major League Baseball Executive Council, the Board of Major League Baseball Advanced Media, the Ownership Committee, the Diversity Committee, and the Commissioner’s Special Committee for On-Field Matters. He also serves on the board of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. DeWitt, a native St. Louisan, is a graduate of St. Louis Country Day School, received his B.A. Degree in economics from Yale University in 1963, and M.B.A. Degree from Harvard Business School in 1965. As the son of former baseball executive and team owner, William O. DeWitt and Margaret H. DeWitt, he has deep roots in Baseball dating back to his childhood. Mr. DeWitt, Sr. began his career with the Cardinals in 1916 and worked in a variety of executive positions under Branch Rickey until the early 1940s when he joined the St. Louis Browns as General Manager. He was twice named Executive of the Year, was sole owner of the Cincinnati Reds from 1961-67 and majority owner of the Browns from 1949-51 when Bill, Jr. served as the team’s bat boy, and his uniform, number 1/8, was worn by Eddie Gaedel during his famous pinch hitting appearance on August 19, 1951. DeWitt, Jr. has been a prior owner of the Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds and Texas Rangers. He was also a shareholder of the Cincinnati Bengals Football Team and the Cincinnati Stingers Hockey Team, and has had a long career in private equity with Reynolds DeWitt & Co. He is married to the former Katharine Cramer of St. Louis. They have four grown children: Katie, Bill, Andrew, and Margot, and 12 grandchildren.

WILLIAM O. DeWITT JR.

FREDERICK O. HANSER
DIRECTOR Fred Hanser has been a Director of the Cardinals since 1996, as well as the team's Secretary. He served as Vice Chairman until his retirement in 2009. A life-long St. Louis resident and Cardinals fan, Hanser was born April 13, 1942. He is the son of Olive Diez Hanser Mullen and S. Albert Hanser, M.D. and is the great-grandson of Adolph M. Diez, who was an owner of the Cardinals for 30 years, from 1917-1947. Hanser received a B.A. degree in economics from Yale University in 1963 and earned a J.D. degree from the Washington University School of Law in 1966. He practiced law with the St. Louis law firm of Armstrong, Teasdale, L.L.P. beginning in 1978, and previously with Fordyce and Mayne from 1966-1978. Hanser and his wife, Kathy, have two grown children, Tim and Kara Mikulec, M.D., and four grandchildren.

ANDREW N. BAUR
1944-2011 The Cardinals family lost a dear friend in February of 2011. Drew Baur was a key organizer of the current ownership group that bought the Cardinals in the spring of 1996. Drew was a civic leader known for his generous philanthropic work, his engaging personality and his lifelong love of the Cardinals. Drew had been a Director of the Cardinals since 1996 and also served as the team's Treasurer. He had a distinguished career in banking, serving as Chairman of Southwest Bank of St. Louis, Chairman & CEO of County Bank of St. Louis and President and Chairman of Commerce Bank of St. Louis. The son of the late Andrew H. Baur and the former Florence Noland, Baur attended Country Day School in St. Louis, received an AB degree in 1966 from Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Va., and an M.B.A. from Georgia State University in 1970. Baur is survived by his mother Florence, his three children Andrew, Todd and McKay, and his seven grandchildren.

In Memory of

INVESTORS
Andrew N. Baur Family Stephen F. Brauer William O. DeWitt Jr. Frederick O. Hanser G. Watts Humphrey Jr. Nick D. Kladis Family Donna DeWitt Lambert Michael McDonnell David C. Pratt Michael E. Pulitzer Craig R. Stapleton Mrs. Richard H. Sutphin Dudley S. Taft John K. Wallace Jr.

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MANAGEMENT WILLIAM DEWITT, III
PRESIDENT Bill DeWitt III was named President of the St. Louis Cardinals in March 2008. In his role as team President, DeWitt oversees all aspects of the business of the team and its affiliated entities. Prior to his appointment as team President, he was Sr. Vice President of Business Development with the Cardinals and oversaw the design and construction of the new Busch Stadium, which opened in April, 2006. Prior to that he was involved in several merchandising, marketing, and operational projects for the team. DeWitt was also involved in the planning for Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida, where the Cardinals conduct Spring Training and host a Florida State League team, the Palm Beach Cardinals. He continues to be involved in plans for a mixed-use real estate development - Ballpark Village - which will be built adjacent to the new Busch Stadium on the sight of the old ballpark. DeWitt, 43, graduated cum laude from the Taft School in 1986 and went on to graduate cum laude from Yale University in 1990. He then served as an assistant to William Reilly, head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington D.C. for four years. While there he researched and prepared briefing materials and speeches. He then attended Harvard Business School, earning his MBA in 1995. DeWitt currently sits on the boards of the following institutions: The Taft School in Watertown, CT; Cardinals Care; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri; the Muny; the Partnership for Downtown St. Louis; the St. Louis Sports Commission; and the RCGA. He was formerly president of the board of Emergency Children’s Home (ECHO) in St. Louis. DeWitt and his wife, Ira, live in St. Louis with their two children - daughter Natalie (12) and son, Will (9). Bill is an avid golfer and ice hockey player.
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MANAGEMENT
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT / GENERAL MANAGER John “Mo” Mozeliak was named the Cardinals Vice President/General Manager on October 31, 2007. Mozeliak was promoted from his previous position as Assistant General Manager with the club, a position he had held for six seasons. He is the 12th general manager in more than 100 years of Cardinals baseball history. Mozeliak made several moves prior to the 2011 season to try positioning the club for another postseason appearance. He signed free agent outfielder Lance Berkman and infielder Nick Punto, as well as trading for shortstop Ryan Theriot. In January of 2010, Mo orchestrated the largest player contract in team franchise history with the signing of Matt Holliday to a seven-year deal with an option for 2017. He re-signed pitcher Kyle Lohse, who he picked up as a free-agent in March 2008, to a four-year deal the day following the conclusion of the 2008 season. Upon being named GM in 2007, he completed a deal with catcher Yadier Molina on a four-year contract with a club option for a fifth year that ensures one of the best young catchers in the game remains in a Cardinals uniform through at least 2011. His in-season moves in 2009 helped the Cardinals to their first N.L. Central Division title under his watch. Mo traded for infielders Mark DeRosa and Julio Lugo and made his biggest splash with a trade on July 24 that brought outfielder Matt Holliday to St. Louis. He also added veteran right handed pitcher John Smoltz in August to bolster the pitching staff. In addition, he signed relievers Ryan Franklin and Trever Miller to new contracts during the 2009 season to keep them with the Cardinals for at least another two years. Mozeliak, 42, is a 16-year veteran of the Cardinals front office. He joined the organization following the 1995 season and served as an assistant in scouting operations during the 1996 and ‘97 seasons. He was named the assistant scouting director in 1998 and promoted to scouting director during 1999 and 2000. Several notable players came out of the draft classes of ‘99 and 2000 under Mo’s direction, most notably first baseman and perennial All-Star Albert Pujols who was drafted in the 13th round of the 1999 draft and catcher Yadier Molina. In 2001, Mozeliak was named the Director of Baseball Operations and he was promoted to Assistant General Manager in 2003. During his time as Asst. GM his duties increased as he focused more on the Major League club and professional scouting, while still having direct involvement in both the scouting and player development departments. Mozeliak began his career in baseball in 1993 with the Colorado Rockies where he worked in a variety of positions in baseball operations. He attended the University of Arizona and is a graduate of the University of Colorado. He lives in St. Louis with his wife, Julie, and daughter, Allyson More (7/22/99) and son, William John (1/7/05).

JOHN MOZELIAK

CARDINALS’ CLUB PRESIDENTS
J.B.C. Lucas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1876-77

Henry V. Lucas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1885-86 Chris Von der Ahe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1892-97 Benjamin S. Muckenfuss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1898 Frank De Hass Robison . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1899-1906 M. Stanley Robison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1906-10 E.A. Steininger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1911-12 James C. Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1912 Schuyler P. Britton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1913-16 Mrs. Schuyler P. Britton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1916 W. Branch Rickey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1917-19

Samuel Breadon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1920-47 Robert E. Hannegan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1947-49 Fred M. Saigh Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1949-53 August A. Busch Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953-73 Richard A. Meyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1974 August A. Busch Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1974-89 Fred L. Kuhlmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-91 Stuart F. Meyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-94 Mark C. Lamping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-2008 William DeWitt III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008-present

CARDINALS’ GENERAL MANAGERS
Richard A. Meyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1954-55 Frank C. Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1956-57 Vaughn P. (Bing) Devine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1958-64 Robert L. Howsam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1965-66 Stanley F. Musial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1967 Vaughn P. (Bing) Devine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1968-78 John Claiborne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1979-80 Dorrel (Whitey) Herzog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980-82 Joe McDonald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982-84 Dal Maxvill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1985-94 Walt Jocketty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-2007 John Mozeliak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007-present

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS
JEFF LUHNOW
VICE PRESIDENT OF SCOUTING & PLAYER DEVELOPMENT
Jeff Luhnow joined the Cardinals in 2003 as Vice President of Baseball Development. Since September 2006 Luhnow has served multiple roles as the club's farm director, amateur scouting director and international director. His current position came after serving as scouting director since 2005 and international director since 2004. He reports to VP/General Manager John Mozeliak. Under Luhnow’s guidance, the Cardinals have added top prospects into the club’s minor league system which have aided the big-league club and assisted the team in trades. Current Cardinals players Colby Rasmus, Jaime Garcia, Mitchell Boggs, Allen Craig, Tyler Greene and Jon Jay were draft picks under Luhnow’s watch, as well as top prospects Zack Cox, Lance Lynn and Shelby Miller. During 2004, Luhnow oversaw the opening of the Cardinals baseball academy in the Dominican Republic and has directed an international scouting effort that has produced current reliever Fernando Salas and prospects Eduardo Sanchez, Carlos Martinez and Oscar Taveras. In addition to his work in scouting, from 2003-2007 Luhnow led the development of proprietary player evaluation methods to assist in player personnel decisions at both the amateur and professional level. Luhnow, 44, is the founder, former President and COO of Archetype Solutions, Inc., and was General Manager and VP of Marketing for Petstore.com. Prior to that, he spent five years with the global management consulting firm of McKinsey and Company, where he was elevated to Associate Principal shortly before leaving to become an entrepreneur. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with dual Bachelor of Science degrees in economics and engineering, and received his MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Luhnow was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico and is fluent in Spanish. Luhnow and his family reside in St Louis.

BASEBALL OPERATIONS
MIKE JORGENSEN
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO GENERAL MANAGER
Mike Jorgensen currently serves as a Special Assistant to the General Manager after being promoted to his current post on September 22, 2001. He served as director of player development for 10 seasons, since February 1992, before his current role and was the team’s minor league hitting instructor/coordinator in1990 and 1991. Upon retiring as a player after the 1985 season, ‘Jorgy’ was hired as an instructor in the Cardinals’ minor league system. Midway through the 1986 season, he was named manager at St. Petersburg and led the team to an 88-48 finish and the Florida State League championship. He also managed the Triple-A Louisville Redbirds from 1987 to 1989. Jorgensen made his big-league managerial debut following the dismissal of Cardinals skipper Joe Torre on June 16, 1995, and guided the team to a 41-55 mark. While managing the field operations, he also remained in his post as director of player development. Jorgensen was a lefthanded-hitting first baseman/outfielder during a major league career that spanned 18 seasons. He was selected by the New York Mets in the June 1966 free-agent draft and made his big-league debut in 1968. He was traded to Montreal at the start of the 1972 season, his first of five full seasons with the Expos. He went on to play for Oakland, Texas, the Mets again, Atlanta and St. Louis. Jorgensen, 62, graduated from Francis Lewis High School in Flushing, N.Y., attended St. John’s University and served from 1967-1972 in the United Stated Marine Corps Reserve. He and his wife, Brenda, have three married children; Brian, Kristen and Eric, and four grandsons: Eric, Jacob, James and Owen.

GARY LaROCqUE
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO GENERAL MANAGER
Gary LaRocque joined the St. Louis organization in 2008 as Senior Special Assistant to the General Manager. He is in his 36th year in professional baseball in player development and scouting. He served in senior management levels for the New York Mets beginning in 1998, as Scouting Director, Assistant General Manager and Vice President / Player Development and Scouting through 2005 and was appointed Vice President of Professional Scouting in 2006. Before joining the Mets, Gary started his professional playing career as a minor league infielder in 1975 with the Milwaukee Brewers, and began a 19-year career with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1979 as a minor league coach. He began managing in 1981 through 1983 in the Pioneer League and Gulf Coast Rookie Leagues, followed by the Class AA Texas League for four seasons and in 1988 managed in the California League. LaRocque moved into the scouting department in 1989 as an area scout and from 1992-1997 was a regional scouting supervisor for the Dodgers. LaRocque acquired his degree in secondary Education (Mathematics) in 1975 from the University of Hartford, West Hartford, Conn., and was elected to the Athletic Hall of Fame at the University of Hartford in 1993. Gary and his wife Teri have two children, Chris and Ashley.

MICHAEL GIRSCH
ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER Girsch begins his first season as the Cardinals’ Assistant General Manager. He was appointed to the position in January of this year. He will assist General Manager John Mozeliak in all aspects of the club’s baseball operations. Girsch’s direct responsibilities include overseeing the Cardinals’ analytical department. A native of Chicago, Ill., Girsch has been a member of the Cardinals organization since 2006. His most recent role was as Director of Baseball Development in which he oversaw the club’s analytical department and assisted in player evaluation and scouting. He was also instrumental in the creation and development of the team’s RedBirdDog computer system that coordinates amateur and professional scouting reports, minor league game reports, performance data and health information. Girsch, 34, holds degrees from both the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business where he earned his MBA. He and his wife, Kelly, reside in St. Louis with their four children, twins Addison and Eleanor (6), Claire (4) and Thomas (3).

MATT SLATER
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO GENERAL MANAGER Slater joined the Cardinals organization in 2007 and is in his 21st year in Major League Baseball. Named Special Assistant to the General Manager in December 2007, in his role as senior talent evaluator, Matt is responsible for scouting Major League, minor league, amateur and international players. Furthermore, Matt aids the General Manager in player management and roster composition. For the past six years, he has also served as a consultant/advisor to the Orix Buffaloes Baseball Club of Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball league. Prior to joining the Cardinals, Slater served in various management capacities for the Los Angeles Dodger for nine years, including Director of Scouting Operations, Director of Baseball Operations and Director of Professional Scouting. While with the Dodgers, he oversaw scouting operations while also being involved with contract negotiations, arbitration and roster management. Before his time with the Dodgers, Slater worked with the Baltimore Orioles from 1995-98 as the Administrator of Scouting. He got his start in professional baseball with the Milwaukee Brewers as Scouting and Player Development Assistant. Slater, a native of Fort Wayne, Indiana, graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis. in 1993, with a degree in Business Administration – Organizational Management and has a law degree from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, Calif. He resides in Chesterfield, Mo. with his wife, Thomasine, and their three children, Brandon (10), Madison (7) and Jacob (7). 11

JOHN VUCH
FARM DIRECTOR
John Vuch is in his 24th season in Baseball Operations and his 33rd overall with the Cardinals. Vuch was promoted to Farm Director on September 16, 2010, after spending more than three years as Director of Minor League Operations. The 2010 Cardinals Minor League system had the highest combined winning percentage of any Major League organization last season. In his current role as farm director, Vuch oversees all aspects of the Cardinals player development system, he is responsible for the daily operations of the Cardinals' farm system and is involved with the club's minor league player personnel decisions. Vuch has worked several years in the player development department, serving as the main contact for Cardinals’ minor league players. He began working for the Cardinals as a “runner” in 1979 and worked in the Sales Department from 1985 to 1987. He was awarded the Harry Mitauer Good Guy Award by the St. Louis chapter of the Baseball Writer’s Association of America at their 51st annual dinner on January 19, 2009. A St. Louis native, Vuch graduated from Oakville High School and the University of Missouri-St. Louis with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Vuch and his wife, Maria, reside in south St. Louis County with their children Jack (16), Hayley (13) and Anna (10).

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MEDICAL STAFF

MEDICAL STAFF
HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER

GREG HAUCK

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH Pete Prinzi is in his 12th season at the major league level for the Redbirds and his 15th year in the Cardinals’ system overall. From 1997 through 1999, he served as the club’s minor league strength and conditioning coordinator. Prinzi, 41, graduated from Florida State University where he played football for the Seminoles. After playing professionally for three seasons (1991-93) in the European Football League, he returned to his alma mater as an assistant strength coach from 1994 through 1996. A native of Tampa, Fla., Prinzi resides in St. Louis.

PETE PRINZI

Hauck this year begins his first season as the Head Athletic Trainer with the Cardinals organization. He joined the team in January of 2005 and served as the Assistant Athletic Trainer for six seasons. A native of Ashland, Oregon, Greg lived and worked in Phoenix, Ariz., prior to joining the Cardinals. Before his move to St. Louis, Greg taught and practiced Sports Medicine in the Arizona school system. From 1997 through the 2000 season he was the Medical Rehab and Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator with the Oakland Athletics. He spent 10 years prior to that role as an Athletic Trainer in the A’s organization. Hauck received his Bachelor of Science degree from Southern Oregon University and his masters degree from the University of Phoenix. In addition to being a Certified Athletic Trainer, he is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach. The 45-year-old Hauck enjoys reading and spending time with his family. He and his wife, Carrie, have a daughter Courtney (11) and son, Garrett (5), and make their home in St. Louis with their dog, Sara.

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HEAD TEAM PHYSICIAN & MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Dr. George A. Paletta Jr. is in his fifth season as the team’s medical director and continues in his role as the Cardinals’ head team physician. It will be his 13th season as head physician, 14th overall with the club. He served as the team’s orthopedic consultant in 2006, with the eight seasons prior to that as the team’s head physician. Before joining the Cardinals, Paletta worked with the New York Mets as the associate team physician from July 1996 through 1997. He currently works with both the St. Louis Blues and the St. Louis Rams and has been an assistant team physician for the Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers. Paletta is a 1984 graduate of The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. He completed medical school in 1988, receiving an M.D. from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. Paletta completed a surgical internship at Northwestern University Hospital in Chicago and then a residency in orthopedic surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York where he also completed a research fellowship in sports medicine. After residency, he served as a fellow in sports medicine in 1994 and 1995 at the Cleveland Clinic. He then completed an additional fellowship in pediatric and adolescent sports medicine at Children’s Hospital of Michigan. In January 1996, Paletta joined the staff of the Hospital for Special Surgery as an assistant attending surgeon on the Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service. He also served on the faculty of Cornell University Medical College as an instructor in orthopedic surgery. In 1998, he joined the faculty of Washington University’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery as an assistant professor. In August of 2005 he joined the Orthopedic Center of St. Louis. Paletta and his wife, Jackie, have four children: Sarah, Savannah, George III and Emma.

BARRY WEINBERG
ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Barry Weinberg is in his 14th season with the Cardinals athletic training staff. After serving the club in the role of Head Athletic Trainer for 13 seasons, he begins his role as Assistant Athletic Trainer this season. Prior to joining St. Louis, Weinberg spent 16 seasons as Head Athletic Trainer for the Oakland A’s. He has enjoyed two World Series victories as a Head Athletic Trainer, in 2006 with the Cardinals and in 1989 with Oakland. He began his athletic training career in 1974 with the Pittsburgh Pirates, where he spent five seasons in their minor league system. He was the New York Yankees’ assistant athletic trainer from 1979-81. Weinberg, 59, is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He received a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Springfield (Mass.) College and a master’s degree in athletic training from Indiana University. Weinberg was the American League athletic trainer at the 1987 and 1993 All-Star games and the National League athletic trainer at the 2005 and 2009 All-Star games. Weinberg was inducted into the Washington D.C. Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 1996 and received the Distinguished Alumni award from Springfield College in 2000. He was the producer and host for a baseball training and conditioning video in 2000. A native of Silver Spring, Md., Weinberg is a Broadway enthusiast and enjoys country and western music, photography and golf.

DR. LYNDON GROSS
ORTHOPEDICS
Dr. Gross will be in his fifth season with the Cardinals as an orthopedic doctor with the club. He works alongside Dr. Paletta at the Orthopedic Center of St. Louis. A native of New York, Gross graduated from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and graduated from medical school at the State University of New York in Brooklyn. He did his medical internship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pa., and completed an orthopedic residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center as well. A board certified orthopedic surgeon, Gross fellowship trained in Sports Medicine at American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Alabama, under the instruction of Dr. James Andrews and Dr. William Clancy, Jr. Along with his role with the Cardinals, he is the team physician for the Saint Louis University Billikens covering all team sports. Gross is also the team physician for Lindbergh, Fox and Parkway High Schools as well as an assistant professor at Saint Louis University Department of Orthopedic Surgery. He formerly served as an assistant team physician for the Washington Redskins.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER, P.T. Adam Olsen begins his second season in St. Louis with the Cardinals as Assistant Athletic Trainer. Prior to moving to St. Louis, Olsen served the organization as the Medical Rehab Coordinator in Jupiter, Florida for four seasons. Olsen is a native of De Pere, Wisconsin and a graduate of Auburn University where he earned his Athletic Training Certification. He worked as an athletic trainer for Disney’s Wide World of Sports and Wildwood High School in the Orlando area before returning to school for his Master’s in Physical Therapy from The University of WisconsinMadison. Following graduation, Olsen completed a post-professional Sports Physical Therapy Fellowship at Champion Sports Medicine and the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) under the direction of Dr. James Andrews and Kevin Wilk in Birmingham, Alabama. Olsen, 33, and his wife, Amy, reside in St. Louis with their daughter, Annabelle Frances, and their dogs Maddie and Bailey.

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DR. JOHN ELLENA
TEAM INTERNIST
Dr. Ellena will be in his fourth season as team internist after joining the staff in 2008. Currently, he is the Medical Director for the BJC Medical Group which is a multi-specialty group employing 130 physicians across the BJC system. Dr. Ellena completed his undergraduate degree at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale and continued his education at the SIU School of Medicine in Springfield, IL, graduating in 1983. After his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at The Jewish Hospital of St. Louis/Washington University, Major Ellena spent the next three years in the Air Force assigned to Scott AFB and the Military Airlift Command. Recognized for his insight, Dr. Ellena was appointed to the Board of Directors for BJC Healthcare, the largest employer in the State of Missouri, with 13 member hospitals and 26,000 employees. He continues to serve on the Patient Care Committee of the Board and the Medical Executive Committee at Barnes Jewish West County Hospital. Dr. Ellena was born and raised 90 miles north of St. Louis in Virden, Illinois. Away from work he enjoys skiing, travel and scuba diving.

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Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983*+~ 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988*# 1989 1990 1991 1992*# 1993 1994 1995 1996~ 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002** 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 MAJOR TOTALS club Knoxville Iowa Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland Oakland St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis League Southern Amer. Assoc. American American American American American American American American American American American American American American American American American American National National National National National National National National National National National National National National National Finish 1st (West, 1st half) (2nd half) 5th (West) 5th (West) 3rd (West, 1st half) 6th (West, 2nd half) 3rd (West) 1st (West) 5th (tie, West) 3rd (West) 3rd (tie, West) 3rd (West) 1st (West) 1st (West) 1st (West) 4th (West) 1st (West) 7th (West) 2nd (West) 4th (West) 1st (Central) 4th (Central) 3rd (Central) 4th (Central) 1st (Central) 1st (tie, Central) 1st (Central) 3rd (Central) 1st (Central) 1st (Central) 1st (Central) 3rd (Central) 4th (Central) 1st (Central) 2nd (Central)

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Tony La Russa completed his15th season as the Cardinals manager in 2010 and enters the 2011 season as the dean of all active managers. On October 18, 2010, he signed a one-year contract to be the Manager of the Cardinals for a team-leading 16th season. His current 15 seasons are the most continuous years of managerial service with the organization, surpassing Hall of Famer Red Schoendienst (12). La Russa has guided his Cardinal teams to a franchise record 1,318 wins and is tops on the Cards all-time games managed list with 2,429 games. La Russa has led his Cardinals teams to eight division titles, two National League Pennants and a 10th World Championship title in 2006. In addition to ranking first on the Cardinals all-time games managed list (2,429), he is the 17th manager in Major League history to surpass 2,000 games managed with one team. He currently ranks 3rd on Major League Baseball’s all-time managerial wins list with 2,638 and 2nd in alltime games managed with 4,935. With the Redbirds World Series title in 2006, La Russa joined Sparky Anderson as the only managers in Major League history to have won a World Series in both the American and National League, and he and Leo Durocher are the only managers in Major League history to have 500 or more wins with three different teams. La Russa’s Cardinal teams have finished above .500 in 12 of his 15 seasons, including the 2004 and 2005 seasons in which the team recorded 105 and 100 wins, respectively, making La Russa just the second Cardinals manager to oversee two 100win campaigns. His Cardinals teams have finished no lower than 3rd place in all but three seasons and they have held 1st place or been within a game of 1st place during the month of September in nine of the past 11 seasons. Prior to 2007’s 78-84 finish, the Cardinals were the lone National League team to have posted a winning record in every season since 2000. The 105 Cardinals victories in 2004 were the most by any La Russa-managed club in his career and the 105 wins tied for the second most in Cardinals’ franchise history with the 1943 and 1944 clubs. The team’s 105-57 record was tops in the Majors in 2004. La Russa was honored that season with the Negro League Museum’s C.I. Taylor Award as Manager of the Year. Tony has also been honored as the N.L. Manager of the Year by the BBWAA in 2002 when the Cardinals won 97 games after he guided the team to the N.L. Central title in an emotion-filled season. La Russa was hired by the Cardinals on October 23, 1995, after managing for 17 years in the American League with Oakland and Chicago. In his first N.L. season, La Russa guided the Cardinals to the 1996 Central Division title and was named Major League Manager of the Year by the Associated Press. Regarded by his peers as one of the game’s top managers, La Russa’s honors include Manager of the Year recognition in five seasons, eight N.L. Central Division titles, two N.L. pennants, five A.L. Western Division titles, three A.L. pennants and two World Series championships. He has served as manager of the 2007 and 2005 National League All-Star teams and was a coach for the N.L. All-Star team in both 2003 and 2009. La Russa began his professional managing career in 1978 with Knoxville of the Class- AA Southern League before taking his first major league managing job on August 2, 1979, with the Chicago White Sox. In seven-plus seasons (1979-86) with the White Sox, La Russa quickly established his managerial acumen. In 1983, he guided Chicago to the A.L. West title and the best record in the major leagues, 99-63. He was rewarded with Manager of the Year accolades from the Sporting News, the Associated Press and the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. In 1984, La Russa’s White Sox were tied for first place at the All-Star break before finishing fifth with a 74-88 record. He was relieved of his duties on June 19, 1986, and took over as the Oakland manager on July 7. In just his second full year with the A’s, La Russa managed the club to an A.L. West-record 104 wins, the A.L. pennant and into the 1988 World Series. He again earned Manager of the Year honors from the BBWAA and the Sporting News. For three straight years, 1988-90, the A’s led the major leagues in victories, only the 11th time in history that a team had accomplished such a feat. During that span, La Russa’s A’s became the first team to win three consecutive A.L. pennants since the 1976-78 New York Yankees. In 1989, La Russa guided the Athletics to their fourth World Championship since the club moved to Oakland, sweeping the Giants in four straight games during the most postseason wins earthquake-interrupted Bay Bridge Series. manager won-Lost winning pct. On July 14, 1991, La Russa became the 40th manager in major league history to 84-58 .592 win 1,000 career games. He earned a third Manager of the Year award in 1992 after 1. Joe Torre 67-69 .493 steering the A’s to their fourth A.L. West title in five years. He is Oakland’s all-time leader 2. Bobby Cox in games managed (1,471) and victories (798). 3. tony La Russa 59-51 .536 The former infielder signed his first pro contract with the Kansas City Athletics on 4. Casey Stengel 37-26 .587 the night he graduated from high school in 1962. He made his major league debut with Kansas City just one year later. La Russa didn’t return to the majors again until 1968, this time with the A’s of Oakland. He went on to play parts of four seasons in Oakland before concluding his big-league playing career with Atlanta and the Chicago Cubs. Overall, his professional career spanned 16 seasons. La Russa, the 48th manager in Cardinals history, actually was a member of the organization once previously, when he was a player-coach for the Cardinals Triple-A New Orleans affiliate in 1977. A graduate of Florida State University’s School of Law in 1978, La Russa passed the bar exam in December 1979, making him one of only five lawyer/managers in baseball history. The other four are Monte Ward (New York Giants, Brooklyn and Providence, late 1800s), Hughie Jennings (Detroit, 1907-20, New York Giants, 1924), Miller Huggins (St. Louis Cardinals and New York Yankees, 1913-29) and Branch Rickey (St. Louis Browns, 1913-15, St. Louis Cardinals, 1919-25). All of La Russa’s predecessors are in the Hall of Fame. La Russa, 66, makes his off-season home in Alamo, Calif., with his wife, Elaine, and their two daughters, Bianca Tai (9/14/79) and Devon Kai (8/17/82). La Russa was born 10/4/44 in Tampa, Fla., and graduated from Jefferson High School in Tampa. He also holds a degree in industrial management from The University of South Florida in Tampa. He is the founder and chairperson of Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) and is an active member in the Cardinals’ community foundation, Cardinals Care. He teamed with author H.G. Bissinger (“Friday Night Lights”) on a book titled “Three Nights in August” that was released in 2005. La Russa was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.

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HR 1 0 0 1 1 7 4 5 0 5 4 0 2 0 2 0 0 10 5 0 8 7 4 3 0

RBi 32 4 1 25 18 54 26 22 0 29 27 0 5 6 11 0 0 42 75 0 35 46 34 6 7

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caRdinaLs’ aLL-time manaGeRiaL wins manager 1. tony La Russa 2. Red Schoendienst 3. Whitey Herzog 4. Billy Southworth 5. Branch Rickey 6. Frank Frisch 7. Eddie Dyer Years won Lost pct. 1996-present 1,318 1,110 .543 1965-76,’80,’90 1,041 955 .522 1980-90 822 728 .530 1929, 1940-45 620 346 .642 1919-25 458 485 .486 1933-38 457 354 .564 1946-50 446 325 .578

actiVe wins LeadeRs Tony La Russa ranks first among active Major League managers with 2,638 career victories: manager 1. tony La Russa 2. Jim Leyland 3. Dusty Baker 4. Bruce Bochy 5. Mike Scioscia won-Lost 2,638-2,293 1,493-1,518 1,405-1,284 1,274-1,300 980-802 winning pct. .535 .496 .522 .495 .550

Duncan, 65, will be serving in his 16th season as the Cardinals’ pitching coach after being appointed to the post on October 23, 1995. This season marks his 32nd as a pitching coach - the most all-time in the majors, surpassing Galen Cisco’s 28 years. The Cardinals pitching staff had the fourth-lowest ERA (3.57) in the National League in 2010 and Adam Wainwright became the fourth Cardinals 20-game winner under Dave Duncan’s watch, joining Chris Carpenter, Matt Morris and Darryl Kile. His 2005 pitching staff posted the Cardinals first ERA (3.45) title since 1969 and the starting staff recorded 81 wins, the most by a Cardinals team since the beginning of Divisional play. His 2004 pitching staff finished percentage points behind Atlanta for the National League’s ERA title (3.75), while the team’s 3.01 bullpen ERA ranked among the league’s best as did the team’s 89 quality starts. In each of his first two seasons, the pitching staff set club records for strikeouts and ranked in the top six in the league in ERA. Before joining the Cardinals, Duncan had been Oakland’s pitching coach since July 1986, when he joined the A’s along with manager Tony La Russa. Under Duncan’s guidance, the Oakland staff ranked as one of the best in baseball, leading the American League in ERA from 1988 through 1990. In 1990, the A’s had the lowest earned-run average in the majors, becoming just the second A.L. staff to do so since the inception of the DH rule in 1973. Duncan began his coaching career in 1978 with the Cleveland Indians. In 1982, he was hired as Seattle’s pitching coach, and the Mariners responded by leading the A.L. in strikeouts and finishing second in saves and shutouts. He left the Mariners in 1983 to join La Russa and the Chicago White Sox. A former catcher, Duncan signed with the Kansas City A’s in 1963 and made his major league debut in 1964. When the A’s moved to Oakland, Duncan moved with them and appeared in both the 1971 and 1972 A.L. Championship Series and the 1972 World Series. Duncan concluded his playing career with two-year stints in both Cleveland (1973-74) and Baltimore (1975-76). During his playing and coaching career, Duncan has been associated with eight Cy Young Award winners: he coached Bob Welch, Dennis Eckersley, LaMarr Hoyt and Chris Carpenter; and caught Vide Blue and Jim Hunter in Oakland, and Jim Palmer and Mike Cuellar in Baltimore. Duncan and his wife, Jeanine, have two sons, David (Shelley) and Chris. Shelley was drafted by the New York Yankees in the June 2001 draft and made his Major League debut on July 20, 2007. Chris was a supplemental first-round draft pick by the Cardinals in the June 1999 draft and spent three-plus seasons as part of the Cardinals Major League team before a mid-season trade to Boston in 2009. Dave was honored at the January 2009 St. Louis Baseball Writers Dinner with a Meritorious Service Award. He and Jeanine make their off-season home near Table Rock Lake, Mo.

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Year 1963 1964 1965 club Daytona Bch Kansas City Birmingham Lewiston 1966 Modesto 1967 Birmingham Kansas City 1968 Vancouver Oakland 1969 Oakland 1970 Oakland 1971 Oakland 1972 Oakland 1973 Cleveland 1974 Cleveland 1975 Baltimore 1976 Baltimore MAJOR TOTALS * Led league. LG FlaSt AL South Nwest Cal South AL PCL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL aVG. .145 .170 .208 .277 .271 .241 .188 .316 .191 .126 .259 .253 .218 .233 .200 .205 .204 .214 G 47 25 61 55 121 95 34 35 82 58 86 103 121 95 136 96 93 929 aB 152 53 192 188 439 323 101 114 246 127 232 363 403 344 425 307 284 2885 R 16 2 20 30 103 40 9 21 15 11 21 39 39 43 45 30 20 274 H 22 9 40 52 119 78 19 36 47 16 60 92 88 80 85 63 58 617 2B 2 0 11 9 8 14 4 4 4 3 7 13 13 11 10 7 7 79 3B 1 1 2 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 HR 4 1 6 9 *46 13 5 6 7 3 10 15 19 17 16 12 4 109 RBi 10 5 20 35 112 48 11 21 28 22 29 40 59 43 46 41 17 341

La RUssa amonG aLL-time manaGeRiaL LeadeRs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. manager Games Connie Mack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7,755 tony La Russa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,935 John McGraw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,769 Bobby Cox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,508 Bucky Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,408 Joe Torre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,329 Sparky Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,030 Gene Mauch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,942 Casey Stengel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,766 Leo Durocher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,739 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. manager wins Connie Mack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,731 John McGraw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,763 tony La Russa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,638 Bobby Cox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,504 Joe Torre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,326 Sparky Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,194 Bucky Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,157 Joe McCarthy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,125 Walter Alston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,040 Leo Durocher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,008

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Mark McGwire was named as the Cardinals hitting coach on October 26, 2009, his first return to uniform since announcing his retirement as a player following the 2001 season. McGwire, along with the Chicago Cubs Sammy Sosa, inspired a renaissance of the National Pastime in 1998 as he blasted his way to a then major league record 70 home runs, eclipsing Roger Maris’ 1961 record of 61 homers. He currently ranks T8th with Alex Rodriguez on Major League Baseball’s all-time home run list (583) and holds the majors single-season rookie record for home runs with 49, set in 1987 with the Oakland A’s. A 12-time Major League All-Star selection, McGwire played parts of 12 seasons with the Oakland A’s (1986-97) and four-plus seasons for the Cardinals (1997-2001). “Big Mac” was selected by the Oakland A’s in the first round (10th player overall) of the June 1994 amateur draft out of the University of Southern California. He was voted the consensus American League Rookie of the Year in 1987 when his 49 homers led the league and tied for the Major League high. He hit a dramatic game winning homer in the ninth inning of Game 3 in 1988 World Series vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers and was a key cog in the A’s World Championship title run in 1989 when Oakland defeated the San Francisco Giants in the “Earthquake Series”. He hit an Oakland record and major league-leading 52 home runs in 1996, becoming just the 14th player in Major League history to hit 50 home runs. In 1997, Mark became only the second Major Leaguer, after Babe Ruth, to hit 50 or more homers in consecutive seasons and he became the first player to hit 20 home runs with two different teams in one season, hitting 24 homers for the Cardinals after arriving in a July 31 trade from Oakland. He matched his previous single-season high for home runs on Sept. 16 vs. LA, when he launched a 517-foot blast off the facade above the left-center field scoreboard — at the time the longest estimated homer at Busch Stadium. Earlier that same day he’d signed a contract extension with the Cardinals through the year 2000. In addition to breaking the single-season home record in 1998, Mark led all Major Leaguers with a .752 slugging average, second in N.L. history to Rogers Hornsby’s .756 average in 1925. One of that season’s more memorable blasts was a 545-foot shot off Florida’s Livan Hernandez on 5/16 that caromed off the St. Louis Post-Dispatch sign in dead center field. Mark connected for historic home run No. 62 at 8:18 p.m. Central Time on Tue., Sept. 8 vs. CHI. With nobody on, two outs and the Cards trailing, 2-0, in the fourth inning, McGwire lined the first pitch from Cubs righthander Steve Trachsel an estimated 341 feet over the left-field wall — his shortest homer of the year. The ball cleared the wall 15 feet to the right of the foul pole and was retrieved under the stands by grounds crew worker Tim Forneris. In the Sept. 27 season finale vs. MON, Mark hit a solo homer (No. 69) off Mike Thurman in the third and blasted No. 70 off Carl Pavano in the seventh — a three-run shot to left in his final at-bat of the year. He followed up his record-breaking season by hitting 65 home runs in 1999 to lead all Major Leaguers for the fourth straight season. He joined the exclusive 500 career home run club on Aug. 5 vs. SD, clouting a pair of homers off Andy Ashby: No. 500 was a 451foot solo blast to center field; No. 501 was a 479-foot solo drive to left-center. He became only the second player, after Harmon Killebrew, to have a multihomer game while reaching 500 homers. He was named to baseball’s All-Century Team during the 1999 World Series. At the time of Mark’s contract signing in 1997, he announced that he was founding the Mark McGwire Foundation for Children to assist agencies that work with child-abuse victims...Mark and his family reside in southern California.

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Lilliquist is in his 10th year with the Cardinals organization and his first as the team’s bullpen coach. “Lilly” served as the Jupiter Complex pitching coordinator for the past three seasons working with rehabilitating pitchers. From 2004-07 he served as the pitching coach for Palm Beach (A). Palm Beach made the playoffs twice in that span and won the 2005 Florida State League Championship as the pitching staff registered the second best ERA (3.94) in the FSL. Lilliquist initiated his career with the Cardinals at rookie level Johnson City in 2002 then moved on to Peoria in 2003. Before joining the Cardinals, Lilliquist was a high school baseball coach at Vero Beach (Fla.) High School from 1998 to 2001. The former lefthanded starter-turned-reliever spent five-plus years in the Major Leagues, recording 25 victories. In 1992 while with Cleveland, Lilliquist made 71 appearances, going 5-3 with a 1.75 ERA. The next season with Cleveland, he earned 10 saves while recording a 2.25 ERA. He was drafted in 1987 by the Atlanta Braves in the first round (sixth pick overall) of the June free agent draft and spent time in the Major Leagues with Atlanta, San Diego, Cleveland, Boston and Cincinnati, ending his professional career in 1997. Lilliquist, 45, graduated from Sarasota (Fla.) High School and had an outstanding collegiate career at the University of Georgia where he compiled a 31-12 record with a 3.30 ERA in three years. In 1987 he led Georgia to the SEC title and a first-ever trip to the NCAA College World Series after being named College Pitcher of the Year by Baseball America. He makes his off-season home in Vero Beach with his children Derek (17) and Alexandra (15).

LiLLiQUist — compLete RecoRd
Year 1987 club GCL Braves Durham 1988 Richmond 1989 Atlanta 1990 Richmond Atlanta San Diego 1991 Las Vegas San Diego 1992 Cleveland 1993 Cleveland 1994 Cleveland 1995 Alburquerque Boston 1996 Indianapolis Cincinnati maJoR totaLs eRa 0.00 2.88 3.38 3.97 2.57 6.28 4.33 5.38 8.79 1.75 2.25 4.91 2.70 6.26 2.60 7.38 4.13 w-L 0-0 2-1 10-12 8-10 4-0 2-8 3-3 4-6 0-2 5-3 4-4 1-3 0-0 2-1 4-1 0-0 25-34 G 2 3 28 32 5 12 16 33 6 71 56 36 13 28 47 5 262 Gs 2 3 28 30 5 11 7 14 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 52 sV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 10 1 5 0 1 0 17 ip 13 25 170 165 35 61 60 105 14 61 64 29 13 23 52 3 483 H 3 13 179 202 31 75 61 142 25 39 64 34 18 27 47 5 532 R 0 9 70 87 11 45 29 79 14 13 20 17 4 17 17 3 245 eR 0 8 64 73 10 43 29 63 14 12 16 16 4 16 15 3 222 BB 2 6 36 34 11 19 23 33 4 18 19 8 3 9 7 0 134 so 16 29 80 79 24 34 29 89 7 47 40 15 9 9 51 1 261

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Year Team AVG G AB R 1984 Modesto .200 16 55 7 1985 Modesto .274 138 489 95 1986 Huntsville .303 55 195 40 Tacoma .318 78 280 42 Oakland .189 18 53 10 1987 Oakland .289 151 557 97 1988 Oakland .260 155 550 87 1989 Oakland .231 143 490 74 1990 Oakland .235 156 523 87 1991 Oakland .201 154 483 62 1992 Oakland .268 139 467 87 1993 Oakland .333 27 84 16 1994 Oakland .252 47 135 26 1995 Oakland .274 104 317 75 1996 Oakland .312 130 423 104 1997 Oakland .284 105 366 48 ST. LOUIS .253 51 174 38 1998 ST. LOUIS .299 155 509 130 1999 ST. LOUIS .278 153 521 118 2000 ST. LOUIS .305 89 236 60 2001 ST. LOUIS .187 97 299 48 MAJOR TOTALS .263 1874 6187 1167 *Led league. + Tied for league lead. H 2B 11 3 134 23 59 15 89 21 10 1 161 28 143 22 113 17 123 16 97 22 125 22 28 6 34 3 87 13 132 21 104 24 44 3 152 21 145 21 72 8 56 4 1626 252 3B 0 3 0 5 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 HR RBI SH 1 1 0 +24 +106 0 10 53 1 13 59 2 3 9 0 *49 118 0 32 99 1 33 95 0 39 108 1 22 75 1 42 104 0 9 24 0 9 25 0 39 90 0 *52 113 0 34 81 0 24 42 0 *70 147 0 *65 *147 0 32 73 0 29 64 0 583 1414 3 SF HBP BB 0 0 8 7 4 96 6 1 46 4 2 42 0 1 4 8 5 71 4 4 76 11 3 83 9 7 *110 5 3 93 9 5 90 1 1 21 0 0 37 6 11 88 1 8 116 5 4 58 2 5 43 4 6 *162 5 2 133 2 7 76 6 3 56 78 75 1317 IBB 0 2 0 4 0 8 4 5 9 3 12 5 3 5 16 8 8 28 *21 12 3 150 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP E 21 0 0 2 .309 .302 1 108 1 2 9 .481 .393 33 45 3 0 10 .533 .427 16 67 1 1 7 .568 .405 25 18 0 1 0 .377 .259 6 131 1 1 6*.618 .370 13 117 0 0 15 .478 .352 9 94 1 1 23 .467 .339 6 116 2 1 13 .489 .370 5 116 2 1 13 .383 .330 4 105 0 1 10*.585 .385 6 19 0 1 0 .726 .467 0 40 0 0 3 .474 .413 4 77 1 1 9 .685 .441 12 112 0 0 14*.730*.467 10 98 1 0 9 .628 .383 6 61 2 0 0 .684 .411 1 155 1 0 8*.752*.470 12 141 0 0 12 .697 .424 13 78 1 0 5 .746 .483 1 118 0 0 7 .492 .316 4 1596 12 8 147 .588 .394 112

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Oquendo is in his 12th season as the Cardinals’ third-base coach, after joining the club’s major league staff in 1999 as bench coach. Upon ending his playing career, he was a field instructor in the Cardinals farm system in 1997 before managing the Redbirds’ New Jersey affiliate to a 34-41 finish in 1998. Oquendo’s professional playing career spanned 17 seasons and included bigleague duty with the New York Mets (1983-84) and Cardinals (1986-95). Dubbed the “Secret Weapon” during his 10 seasons with the Redbirds, Oquendo established single-season major league records for the highest fielding percentage (.996) and fewest errors by a second baseman (three) in 1990. He also led the league in fielding in 1989 and compiled a .992 fielding average at second base for his career. Oquendo batted .286 for the Cardinals’ 1987 pennant-winning club and hit a careerhigh .291 in 1989 while playing in a league-high 163 games. In 1988, Oquendo became the first National League player since 1918 to play all nine positions in one season. A native of Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, Oquendo, 47, now makes his home in St. Louis County with his wife, Zenaida, their four children, and granddaughter, Gabriela. He was voted top utility man on the All-Busch Stadium II team in 2005. Oquendo managed the Puerto Rican team in the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006 and again in 2009 and was the manager of the victorious World Team during the MLB Futures Game that was played during the 2009 All-Star Week in St. Louis.

McKay, 61, enters his 16th season as the Cardinals’ first-base coach and his 26th season on Tony La Russa’s coaching staff. McKay was La Russa’s first-base coach in Oakland from 1989-95 and handled bullpen and bench coach duties for the A’s beginning in 1984. In all, McKay spent 16 years as a player or coach in the Oakland system. McKay was signed by the Minnesota Twins in 1971 and spent four seasons in the minor leagues. He broke into the majors in a big way, homering off Detroit’s Vern Ruhle in his first big-league at-bat on Aug. 22, 1975. He hit safely in 21 of his first 22 major league games. After the 1976 season, the Twins lost McKay in the expansion draft to Toronto, where McKay was the starting third baseman in the first game in Blue Jays franchise history. After splitting time between Toronto and Syracuse in 1979, McKay signed with the A’s in 1980. He played for Oakland through 1982, helping the A’s to the 1981 Western Division crown by batting .288 in the second half and belting a home run in the divisional playoff series against Kansas City. He spent the 1983 season in the minor leagues as a player-coach. McKay attended Columbia Basin Junior College in Pasco, Wash., and Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. Born in Vancouver, B.C., McKay was inducted into the Canadian National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001. He and his wife, Lene, who is from Denmark, make their home in Scottsdale, Ariz. Their son, Cody, was a catcher in the Cardinals organization from 2004-2005. Dave and Lena enjoy spending time in the offseason with Cody, his wife, Tiernan, and their three children: Eden, Rocco and Gioia.

oQUendo — compLete RecoRd
Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 club Grays Harbor Lynchburg Lynchburg Tidewater Tidewater New York 1984 New York Tidewater 1985 Louisville 1986 St. Louis 1987 St. Louis 1988 St. Louis 1989 St. Louis 1990 St. Louis 1991 St. Louis 1992 St. Louis Louisville** Arkansas** 1993 St. Louis 1994 St. Louis 1995 St. Louis MAJOR TOTALS LG Nwest Caro Caro Int Int NL NL Int AmAs NL NL NL NL NL NL NL AmAs Tex NL NL NL aVG. .227 .169 .249 .214 .118 .213 .222 .159 .211 .297 .286 .277 .291 .252 .240 .257 .266 .429 .205 .264 .209 .256 G 64 109 124 114 13 120 81 38 133 76 116 148 *163 156 127 14 20 2 46 55 88 1190 aB 220 301 393 337 34 328 189 113 384 138 248 451 556 469 36 35 64 7 73 129 220 3202 R 24 38 59 40 3 29 23 8 38 20 43 36 59 38 37 3 8 3 7 13 31 339 H 50 51 98 72 4 70 42 18 81 41 71 125 162 118 88 9 17 3 15 34 46 821 2B 8 10 8 8 0 7 5 1 8 4 9 10 28 17 11 3 2 0 0 2 8 104 3B 0 3 6 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 7 5 4 1 0 0 0 2 3 24 HR 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 7 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 14 RBi 14 26 38 22 3 17 10 8 30 13 24 46 48 37 26 3 6 1 4 9 17 254 BB 33 47 71 41 5 19 15 5 24 15 54 52 79 74 67 5 11 0 12 21 35 448 so 45 59 61 50 6 60 26 14 41 20 29 40 59 46 48 3 3 0 8 16 21 376 sB 9 14 38 24 2 8 10 8 13 2 4 4 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 35

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club Wis. Rapids Lynchburg Lynchburg Orlando Tacoma Minnesota 1976 Minnesota Tacoma 1977 Toronto 1978 Toronto 1979 Syracuse Toronto 1980 Oakland 1981 Oakland 1982 Oakland MAJOR TOTALS Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 LG Midw Caro Caro South PCL AL AL PCL AL AL Int AL AL AL AL aVG. .226 .214 .223 .278 .257 .256 .203 .246 .197 .238 .269 .276 .244 .263 .198 .229 G 65 90 107 100 109 33 45 63 95 145 96 47 123 79 78 645 aB 257 299 355 360 370 125 138 211 274 504 353 156 295 224 212 1928 R 27 39 47 59 56 8 8 31 18 59 54 19 29 25 25 191 H 58 64 79 100 95 32 28 52 54 120 95 34 72 59 42 441 2B 9 11 14 12 12 4 2 6 4 20 14 9 16 11 4 70 3B 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 3 8 3 0 1 1 1 15 HR 3 5 10 8 7 2 0 3 3 7 7 0 1 4 4 21 RBi 22 33 47 41 39 16 8 22 22 45 53 12 29 21 17 170

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Pettini is serving in his 10th season as the Cardinals bench coach. He was the organization’s minor league field coordinator from 1997-2001 before he began working with the Major League club. Pettini managed eight seasons in the system, his last stop at Class-AAA Louisville, where he guided the Redbirds to the 1995 American Association championship. Overall, he was 475-569 at the helm of the Cardinals’ farm affiliates. The 56-year-old Pettini began his managerial career in 1989 with Hamilton, Ontario. He had stops at St. Petersburg in 1990 (60-74) and at Arkansas for the 1991 to 1993 seasons (175-229). Pettini’s playing career started after signing with the Montreal Expos as a nondrafted free agent in 1977. In 1980, he was traded to the San Francisco Giants, where he played for four seasons. He was signed by Louisville in 1984 and played with the Redbirds for three seasons. Pettini was born January 26, 1955, in Wheeling, W.V., and graduated from Brooke High School in Wellsburg, W.V., in 1973. He received a bachelor’s degree in education from Mercer University in Macon, Ga. Pettini and his wife Barbara were married on November 21, 1981. The couple reside in Bethany, W.V. They have two children: Amy and Joseph, and a granddaughter, Marlee Joe. Pettini enjoys bass fishing, hunting and golfing.

pettini — compLete RecoRd
Year 1977 club LG Sarasota GCL Jamestown NYP W. Palm Beach FlaSt 1978 Memphis AmAs 1979 Denver PCL 1980 Phoenix PCL San Francisco NL 1981 Phoenix PCL San Francisco NL 1982 San Francisco NL Phoenix PCL 1983 San Francisco NL 1984 Phoenix PCL Louisville AmAs 1985 Louisville AmAs 1986 Louisville AmAs MAJOR TOTALS aVG. .357 .305 .000 .245 .294 .282 .232 .244 .069 .205 .325 .186 .298 .223 .251 .225 .203 G 4 56 1 113 132 85 63 21 35 29 80 61 72 32 106 85 188 aB 14 210 3 355 446 344 190 86 29 39 305 86 235 112 323 236 344 R 3 47 0 52 70 52 19 13 3 5 51 11 37 13 35 28 38 H 5 64 0 87 131 97 44 21 2 8 99 16 70 25 81 53 70 2B 0 6 0 14 21 16 3 5 1 1 21 0 11 3 18 17 5 3B 0 1 0 3 6 4 1 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 2 0 2 HR 0 3 0 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 9 0 1 1 3 3 1 RBi 1 26 0 25 46 32 9 5 2 2 46 7 16 10 31 20 20 BB 2 32 1 34 58 33 17 3 4 3 34 9 26 15 27 26 33 so 4 19 3 47 65 55 33 15 5 4 27 11 19 15 43 32 53 sB 4 11 0 15 11 15 5 10 1 0 16 4 10 3 18 4 10

Lou Brock, named as a special instructor on December 9, 1994, assists with baserunning and outfield instruction during spring training and periodically throughout the season. He served as a base-running consultant for Montreal in 1993, Los Angeles in 1988 and Minnesota in 1987; all three clubs increased their stolen base totals over the previous season. Brock, 71, is the National League’s all-time leader with 938 stolen bases, including an N.L.-record 118 thefts in 1974. He established a major league record with 12 seasons of 50 or more steals (1965-76) and led the league in steals eight times. He was the first player to steal at least 50 bases and hit 20 homers in the same season, posting a 21-homer, 52-steal campaign in 1967. His 3,023 hits rank 23rd on the all-time list. While teammate Bob Gibson served as the pitching linchpin in the 1964, 1967 and 1968 World Series, Brock was the club’s offensive catalyst. He established major league records for highest career batting average (.391) and most stolen bases in a single Series (seven, in both 1967 and 1968). In 1985, Brock was inducted into the Hall of Fame. His uniform No. 20 is one of 11 that have been retired by the Cardinals. Since the end of his playing career, Brock has been involved in many marketing and promotional ventures. He is the founder and president of Brockworld Products. He also worked in the Cardinals’ broadcast booth from 1981 to 1984. He was voted leftfielder on the All-Busch Stadium II team at the end of the 2005 season. The National League has named the award given to the N.L.’s stolen base champion the “Lou Brock Award” in honor of Lou’s success on the basepaths.

BRocK — compLete RecoRd
Year 1961 club St. Cloud Chicago 1962 Chicago 1963 Chicago 1964 Chicago St. Louis 1965 St. Louis 1966 St. Louis 1967 St. Louis 1968 St. Louis 1969 St. Louis 1970 St. Louis 1971 St. Louis 1972 St. Louis 1973 St. Louis 1974 St. Louis 1975 St. Louis 1976 St. Louis 1977 St. Louis 1978 St. Louis 1979 St. Louis MAJOR TOTALS * Led league. aVG. .361 .091 .263 .258 .251 .348 .288 .285 .299 .279 .298 .304 .313 .311 .297 .306 .309 .301 .272 .221 .304 .293 G 128 4 123 148 52 103 155 156 159 159 157 155 157 153 160 153 136 133 141 92 120 2616 aB 501 11 434 547 215 419 631 643 *689 660 665 664 640 621 650 635 528 498 489 298 405 10332 R 117 1 73 79 30 81 107 94 *113 92 97 114 *126 81 110 105 78 73 69 31 56 1610 H 181 1 114 141 54 146 182 183 206 184 195 202 200 193 193 194 163 150 133 66 123 3023 2B 33 0 24 19 9 21 35 24 32 *46 33 29 37 29 29 25 27 24 22 9 15 486 3B 6 0 7 11 2 9 8 12 12 *14 10 5 7 8 8 7 6 5 6 0 4 141 HR 14 0 9 9 2 12 16 15 21 6 12 13 7 3 7 3 3 4 2 0 5 149 RBi 82 0 35 37 14 44 69 46 76 51 47 57 61 42 63 48 47 67 46 12 38 900 BB 51 1 35 31 13 27 45 31 24 46 50 60 76 47 71 61 38 35 30 17 23 761 so 105 3 96 122 40 87 116 134 109 124 115 99 107 93 112 88 64 75 74 29 43 1730 sB 38 0 16 24 10 33 63 *74 *52 *62 *53 51 *64 *63 *70 *118 56 56 35 17 21 938

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Bob Gibson, who earned distinction as one of baseball’s fiercest competitors and most dominating pitchers of all time as a Cardinal from 1959 to 1975, is in his 16th season as Cardinals special instructor. Gibson, 75, served as the Cardinals’ bullpen coach in 1995. He formerly was a pitching coach under Joe Torre for the New York Mets (1981) and Atlanta Braves (1982-84). A winner of the N.L. Cy Young Award in 1968 and 1970, Gibson also earned league MVP honors in 1968, when he set a major league record for lowest ERA (1.12) for a pitcher with 300 or more innings. That June, he pitched five shutouts, tying an N.L. record for one month. In World Series competition, few players compared to Gibson. He pitched a record eight consecutive complete games over the course of the 1964, 1967 and 1968 Series, winning seven games. His 35 strikeouts in the 1968 Series still stand as a record, as does his single-game mark of 17 strikeouts, established in the Series opener. He also holds the career mark for most games with 10 or more strikeouts (five). Gibson was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1981. His career totals include a team-record 251 victories and 3,117 strikeouts. He fanned more than 200 batters nine times, won nine Gold Gloves and was a nine-time N.L. All-Star. His uniform No. 45 is one of 11 retired by the Cardinals. Gibson was voted top starting pitcher on the All-Busch Stadium II team in 2005. He and his wife, Wendy, make their home in Bellevue, Neb. His son, Chris, was signed by the Cardinals in January of 2008 and spent playing time in both the Cardinals and Los Angeles Dodgers minor league system.

Red Schoendienst has been involved in professional baseball for the past 69 seasons. He coached in St. Louis from 1961-64 under Manager Johnny Keane and in 1965 began a 12-year stint as Cardinals manager. His 12 seasons at the helm of the Redbirds stood as the longest tenure in club history until current manager, Tony La Russa, managed his 13th season in 2008. Schoendienst managed the Cardinals to a World Series championship in 1967 and a National League pennant in 1968. He also served as interim manager of the Redbirds in 1980 and 1990, and coached for the Oakland A’s in 1977 and 1978. As a player, Schoendienst appeared with the Cardinals in 15 seasons, mostly as their second baseman. He played in three World Series: in 1946 with the Cardinals and in 1957 and 1958 with Milwaukee. He was chosen to 10 N.L. All-Star Game squads, and in 1950 cracked a game-winning home run in the 14th inning. He also managed the National League All-Stars to victories in 1968 and 1969. In 1989, Schoendienst was paid baseball’s ultimate honor with his induction into the Hall of Fame. During his career, he collected 2,449 hits, including a league-high 200 in 1957, batted .289, and tied or led the league in fielding at his position seven times. His uniform No. 2 was retired by the Cardinals in 1996. Schoendienst was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame on November 7, 1987. During his playing days, he also participated with the Budweiser national bowling team. “Red” was born on February 2, 1923, at Germantown, Ill., and was married to the late Mary Schoendienst for 53 years (Sept. 20, 1947). They had four children, all of whom are married: Colleen (6/23/51), Cathleen (10/16/52), Eileen (3/19/57) and Kevin (11/3/58).

GiBson — compLete RecoRd
Year 1957 club Omaha Columbus 1958 Omaha Rochester 1959 Omaha St. Louis 1960 Rochester St. Louis 1961 St. Louis 1962 St. Louis 1963 St. Louis 1964 St. Louis 1965 St. Louis 1966 St. Louis 1967 St. Louis 1968 St. Louis 1969 St. Louis 1970 St. Louis 1971 St. Louis 1972 St. Louis 1973 St. Louis 1974 St. Louis 1975 St. Louis MAJOR TOTALS * Led league eRa 4.29 3.77 3.31 2.45 3.07 3.32 2.85 5.59 3.24 2.85 3.39 3.01 3.07 2.44 2.98 *1.12 2.18 3.12 3.04 2.46 2.77 3.83 5.04 2.91 w-L 2-1 4-3 3-4 5-5 9-9 3-5 2-3 3-6 13-12 15-13 18-9 19-12 20-12 21-12 13-7 22-9 20-13 *23-7 16-13 19-11 12-10 11-13 3-10 251-174 G 10 8 13 20 24 13 6 27 35 32 36 40 38 35 24 34 35 34 31 34 25 33 22 528 Gs 4 8 11 11 18 9 6 6 27 30 33 36 36 35 24 34 35 34 31 34 25 33 14 482 cG 0 2 2 7 10 2 3 2 10 15 14 17 20 20 10 *28 28 23 20 23 13 9 1 255 ip 42.0 43.0 87.0 103.0 135.0 75.2 41.0 86.2 211.1 233.2 254.2 287.1 299.0 280.1 175.1 304.2 314.0 294.0 246.0 278.0 195.0 240.0 109.0 3884.2 H 46 36 79 88 128 77 33 97 186 174 224 250 243 210 151 198 251 262 215 226 159 236 120 3279 R 26 26 45 35 59 35 15 61 91 84 110 106 110 90 62 49 84 111 96 83 71 111 66 1420 eR 20 18 32 28 46 28 13 54 76 74 96 96 102 76 58 38 76 102 83 76 60 102 61 1258 BB 27 34 39 54 46 39 17 48 *119 95 96 86 103 78 40 62 95 88 76 88 57 104 62 1336 so 25 24 47 75 98 48 36 69 166 208 204 245 270 225 147 *268 269 274 185 208 142 129 60 3117 Year 1942 1943 club Albany Lynchburg Rochester 1944 Rochester 1945 St. Louis 1946 St. Louis 1947 St. Louis 1948 St. Louis 1949 St. Louis 1950 St. Louis 1951 St. Louis 1952 St. Louis 1953 St. Louis 1954 St. Louls 1955 St. Louis 1956 St. Louls New York 1957 New York Milwaukee 1958 Milwaukee 1959 Milwaukee 1960 Milwaukee 1961 St. Louis 1962 St. Louis 1963 St. Louis MAJOR TOTALS LG Ga-Fla Pied. Intl Intl NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL

scHoendienst — compLete RecoRd
aVG. .269 .472 .337 .373 .278 .281 .253 .272 .297 .276 .289 .303 .342 .315 .268 .314 .296 .307 .310 .262 .000 .257 .300 .301 .000 .289 G 68 9 136 25 137 142 151 119 151 153 135 152 146 148 145 40 92 60 90 106 5 68 72 98 6 2216 aB 264 36 555 102 565 606 659 408 640 642 553 620 564 610 553 153 334 254 394 427 3 226 120 143 5 8479 R 41 8 81 26 89 94 91 64 102 81 88 91 107 98 68 22 39 36 55 47 0 21 9 21 0 1223 H 71 17 187 38 157 170 167 111 190 177 160 188 193 192 148 48 99 78 122 112 0 58 36 43 0 2449 2B 7 2 21 3 22 28 25 21 25 43 32 40 35 38 21 9 12 12 19 23 0 9 9 4 0 427 3B 5 0 5 2 6 5 9 4 2 9 7 7 5 8 3 0 3 3 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 78 HR 1 0 6 21 1 0 3 4 3 7 6 7 15 5 11 0 2 9 6 1 0 1 1 2 0 84 RBi 28 5 37 4 47 34 47 36 54 63 54 67 79 79 51 15 14 33 32 24 0 19 12 12 0 773 BB 38 13 21 37 47 28 51 33 35 42 60 54 54 13 28 13 20 31 0 17 12 9 0 606 so 19 1 17 27 27 16 18 32 23 30 23 22 28 5 10 6 9 21 0 13 6 12 1 346 sB 20 16 26 12 6 1 8 3 0 9 3 4 7 0 1 2 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 89

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manaGeR: Tony La Russa (10) coacHes: Dave Duncan (18), Derek Lilliquist (36), Mark McGwire (25), Dave McKay (39), Jose Oquendo (11), Joe Pettini (49) instRUctoRs: Red Schoendienst (2), Lou Brock (20), Bob Gibson (45), Mike Aldrete (61) no. name B t Ht. wt. B-date place of Birth pitcHeRs (20) 65 AUGENSTEIN, BRYAN R R 6-6 230 7-11-86 Sebastian, FL 41 29 78 31 54 66 67 26 BOGGS, MITCHELL CARPENTER, CHRIS CLETO, MAIKEL FRANKLIN, RYAN GARCIA, JAIME KING, BLAKE KOPP, DAVID LOHSE, KYLE R R R R L R R R R R R R L R R R 6-4 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-2 215 230 235 190 215 195 205 210 2-15-84 4-27-75 5-1-89 3-5-73 7-8-86 4-11-87 10-22-85 10-4-78 Dalton, GA Exeter, NH Santo Domingo, DR Fort Smith, AR Reynoso, MEX Tulsa, OK Coral Springs, FL Chico, CA Head team pHYsician: Dr. George Paletta assistant atHLetic tRaineR: Barry Weinberg tRaVeLinG secRetaRY: C.J. Cherre BULLpen catcHeR/inst.: Jeff Murphy (58) 2010 club w-L eRa G Gs Mobile Reno ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS High Desert ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS Springfield Springfield Memphis ST. LOUIS Springfield# Memphis# ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS Springfield Memphis Memphis ST. LOUIS Memphis Springfield Palm Beach Springfield Memphis Toronto Dunedin# Las Vegas# ST. LOUIS Memphis ST. LOUIS Cleveland ST. LOUIS 2010 club 0-1 5.40 6-8 6.56 2-3 3.61 16-9 3.22 4-9 6.16 6-2 3.46 13-8 2.70 4-3 2.91 12-4 3.05 0-5 8.63 4-8 6.55 0-1 9.00 1-0 3.21 1-4 2.27 0-1 4.00 4-2 2.24 3-1 3.00 1-0 0.00 1-0 3.79 0-0 3.52 1-0 4.16 2-0 3.63 0-0 0.00 1-1 3.12 0-0 1.67 2-6 6.40 0-0 0.00 0-1 54.00 20-11 2.42 8-5 3.81 2-0 6.00 6-7 4.65 4-4 3.48 aVG. G 3 22 61 35 23 59 28 53 21 5 18 1 3 68 57 56 51 1 34 27 13 22 3 24 26 34 1 1 33 19 7 21 12 0 22 0 35 21 0 28 0 21 5 18 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 33 18 3 21 12 aB

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atHLetic tRaineR: Greg Hauck eQUipment manaGeR: Rip Rowan stRenGtH/conditioninG coacH: Pete Prinzi diR. media ReLations: Brian Bartow cG sHo sV ip H R eR BB 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 0 0 0 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 17 0 19 0 0 6 1 11 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2B 8.1 120.2 67.1 235.0 102.1 65.0 163.1 68.0 121.0 24.0 92.0 5.0 14.0 75.1 36.0 52.1 54.0 1.0 35.2 30.2 11.2 22.1 3.0 26.0 27.0 77.1 4.0 1.1 230.1 108.2 30.0 127.2 75.0 3B 10 162 60 214 125 57 151 40 126 38 129 12 9 58 30 41 53 0 26 28 8 18 1 22 19 84 2 9 186 106 32 133 70 HR 5 95 29 99 81 25 64 23 47 28 75 5 6 20 17 13 18 0 15 13 8 12 0 13 7 60 0 8 68 51 20 68 31 RBi 5 88 27 84 70 25 49 22 41 23 67 5 5 19 16 13 18 0 15 12 6 9 0 9 5 55 0 8 62 46 20 66 29 BB 3 35 27 63 44 10 64 48 39 11 35 0 2 23 16 18 15 1 9 15 18 16 1 8 12 38 1 1 56 30 10 44 24 so

Residence Sebastian, FL Dalton, GA Ladue, MO Santo Domingo, DR Shawnee, OK Mission, TX Tulsa, OK Margate, FL Scottsdale, AZ

so 9 101 52 179 83 42 132 84 78 12 54 4 14 60 22 54 52 0 44 29 10 27 6 27 31 53 3 1 213 106 22 73 55 sB

mLserv 0.042 1.125 13.080 0.000 10.022 2.047 0.000 0.000 9.092

46 43 30 68 59 73

McCLELLAN, KYLE MILLER, TREVER MOTTE, JASON REIFER, ADAM SALAS, FERNANDO SAMUEL, FRANCISCO

R R R R R R

R L R R R R

6-2 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-2

215 185 200 195 200 185

6-12-84 5-9-73 6-22-82 6-3-86 5-30-85 12-20-86

Florissant, MO Louisville, KY Port Huron, MI San Dimas, CA Huatabampo, MEX San Pedro de Macoris, DR

Maryland Heights, MO Land O’Lakes, FL Memphis, TN Mira Loma, CA Huatabampo, MEX San Pedro de Macoris, DR

3.000 10.095 2.027 0.000 0.087 0.000

79 56

SANCHEZ, EDUARDO TALLET, BRIAN

R L

R L

5-11 170 6-6 220

2-16-89 9-21-77

Maracay, VEN Midwest City, OK

Maracay, VEN Baton Rouge, LA

0.000 5.146

50 40 35

WAINWRIGHT, ADAM WALTERS, P.J. WESTBROOK, JAKE

R R R B

R R R t

6-7 6-4 6-3 Ht.

228 200 215 wt.

8-30-81 3-12-85 9-29-77 B-date

Brunswick, GA Dothan, AL Athens, GA place of Birth

St. Simon’s Island, GA Daphne, AL Danielsville, GA Residence

5.027 0.073 9.144 mLserv

no. name

catcHeRs (4) 16 ANDERSON, BRYAN 80 CRUZ, TONY

L

R

6-1

200 12-16-86

Thousand Oaks, CA Palm Beach, FL

Simi Valley, CA Lake Worth, FL

R R

5-11 205 8-18-86

13 4

LAIRD, GERALD MOLINA, YADIER

R R R R
B L L R t R R R

6-1 225 11-13-79 5-11 230 7-13-82
Ht. wt. B-date 5-9-89 10-19-86 4-28-83

Westminster, CA Bayamon, PR
place of Birth Louisville, KY Redwood City, CA Corpus Christi, TX

Scottsdale, AZ Dorado, PR
Residence Louisville, KY San Carlos, CA Wildwood, MO

Memphis ST. LOUIS Palm Beach Springfield Memphis Detroit ST. LOUIS
2010 club GCL Cardinals Memphis ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS Springfield#

.270 .281 .282 .289 .214 .207 .262
aVG. .400 .282 .265 .296 .500

82 15 46 40 4 89 136
G 4 116 11 70 1

270 32 181 149 14 270 465
aB 15 468 34 240 2

39 1 21 26 2 22 34
R 0 86 6 28 0

73 9 51 43 3 56 122
H 6 132 9 71 1

12 2 16 10 0 11 19
2B 1 32 2 12 1

0 0 1 0 0 0 0
3B 0 3 0 1 0

12 0 1 6 1 5 6
HR 0 9 0 4 0

42 4 25 20 1 25 62
RBi 1 71 4 36 0

27 1 19 17 1 18 42
BB 1 47 2 21 1

54 7 33 30 1 57 51
so 3 48 6 59 1

0 0 0 0 0 3 8
sB 0 8 1 1 0

0.060 0.000

6.077 6.123
mLserv 0.016 0.016 1.028

no. name inFieLdeRs (10) 84 COX, ZACK 33 DESCALSO, DANIEL 23 FREESE, DAVID

6-0 215 5-10 190 6-2 220

27

GREENE, TYLER

R R

6-2

190 8-17-83

Raleigh, NC

Plantation, FL

Memphis Memphis Palm Beach# ST. LOUIS

.308 .284 .000 .221

46 82 2 44

130 338 7 104

22 67 0 14

40 96 0 23

11 21 0 3

0 5 0 1

6 9 0 2

19 34 0 10

13 32 1 13

34 89 4 24

0 12 0 2

0.163

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no. name inFieLdeRs (10) continued 64 HAMILTON, MARK B L t L Ht. 6-4 wt. 220 B-date 7-29-84 place of Birth Baltimore, MD Residence Bellaire, TX 2010 club GCL Cardinals# Memphis ST. LOUIS Springfield ST. LOUIS Minnesota ST. LOUIS Chicago (N.L.) Los Angeles (N.L.) 2010 club aVG. .296 .298 .143 .243 .312 .238 .265 .284 .242 aVG. G 9 72 9 132 159 88 137 96 54 G aB 27 258 14 503 587 252 476 388 198 aB R 2 53 0 69 115 24 66 45 27 R

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H 8 77 2 122 183 60 126 110 48 H 2B 1 20 0 28 39 11 18 10 5 2B 3B 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 3B HR 2 18 0 13 42 1 5 1 1 HR RBi 2 60 0 72 118 20 42 21 8 RBi BB 4 35 1 56 103 28 43 19 22 BB so 9 70 5 111 76 0 64 46 28 so sB 0 0 0 13 14 6 5 16 4 sB mLserv 0.016

88 5 8 55 3

KOZMA, PETE PUJOLS, ALBERT PUNTO, NICK SCHUMAKER, SKIP THERIOT, RYAN

R R S L R B

R R R R R t

6-0 6-3 5-9 5-10 5-11 Ht.

170 230 190 195 180 wt.

4-11-88 1-16-80 11-8-77 2-3-80 12-7-79 B-date

Tulsa, OK Santo Domingo, DR San Diego, CA Torrance, CA Baton Rouge, LA place of Birth

Owasso, OK Wildwood, MO Scottsdale, AZ Mission Viejo, CA Baton Rouge, LA Residence

0.000 10.000 8.051 4.051 4.118 mLserv

12

BERKMAN, LANCE

S L

6-1

220 2-10-76

Waco, TX

Houston, TX

87 21 7 15 28

CHAMBERS, ADRON CRAIG, ALLEN HOLLIDAY, MATT JAY, JON RASMUS, COLBY

L

L

5-10 185 10-8-86 6-2 210 7-18-84

Pensacola, FL Mission Viejo, CA Stillwater, OK Miami, FL Columbus, GA
place of Birth Santo Domingo, DR Montgomery, AL Anaheim, CA Marion County, IN Houston, TX New York, NY Dover, DE Lufkin, TX La Habana, CUBA place of Birth College Point, NY

Pensacola, FL Temecula, CA St. Louis, MO Miami, FL Phenix City, AL
Residence Weston, FL Marbury, AL Corona, CA Brownsburg, IN Brownwood, TX Jupiter, FL Bradenton, FL Etoile, TX San Francisco de Macoris, DR Residence College Point, NY

R R R R L L L
B R R R R R L R R L B R

6-4 235 1-15-80 5-11 200 3-15-85 6-2
Ht. 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-5

L
t R R R R R R R R L t R

200 8-11-86
wt. 210 190 185 250 195 230 B-date 2-19-71 11-3-84 6-9-88 5-12-87 10-10-90 11-22-85 10-30-81 7-8-86 11-27-77 B-date 9-9-85

Round Rock# Houston New York (A.L.) Trenton# Springfield Memphis ST. LOUIS Memphis ST. LOUIS Memphis ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS
2010 club Washington Memphis Quad Cities Memphis Quad Cities Memphis ST. LOUIS Seattle Tacoma Palm Beach Buffalo New York (N.L.) 2010 club Palm Beach Springfield Memphis Springfield Memphis ST. LOUIS Batavia Quad Cities 2010 club Palm Beach Springfield MemphiS Tacoma Round Rock 2010 club Minatitlan, MEX Memphis Milwaukee Cincinnati Memphis ST. LOUIS Memphis

.500 .245 .255 .250 .282 .290 .246 .320 .312 .321 .300 .276
w-L 1-2 11-8 6-8 13-10 7-5 5-3 0-2 0-5 3-4 10-2 2-1 3-3 aVG. .202 .240 .000 .280 .176 .333 .315 .213 aVG. .283 .316 .255 .216 .352 aVG. .380 .305 .286 .207 .279 .256 .390

2 85 37 2 75 37 44 83 158 42 102 144
eRa 3.70 3.23 4.62 4.77 3.62 3.97 8.46 6.41 6.66 2.27 3.00 4.91 G 33 15 3 93 9 1 45 85 G 28 105 102 35 16 G 29 78 73 13 26 79 23 G 58 38 26 29 24 9 5 12 9 29 9 38

6 298 106 8 252 69 114 306 596 165 287 464
Gs 1 27 18 29 24 9 3 8 9 14 7 1 aB 104 50 4 361 34 3 165 310 aB 99 396 330 125 54 aB 108 256 217 29 86 121 100

3 39 9 1 52 11 12 57 95 31 47 85
cG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 R 13 7 0 60 2 1 25 32 R 17 76 41 13 8 R 14 35 38 6 9 11 19

3 73 27 2 71 20 28 98 186 53 86 128
sHo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 21 12 0 101 6 1 52 66 H 28 125 84 27 19 H 41 78 62 6 24 31 39

2 16 7 0 9 0 7 24 45 16 19 28
sV 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2B 6 5 0 27 1 0 11 17 2B 5 26 12 8 6 2B 3 10 21 2 5 4 9

0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 1 0 2 3
ip 82.2 167.0 103.1 164.0 104.1 47.2 22.1 46.1 48.2 107.0 36.0 58.2 3B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3B 2 3 1 1 0 3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 13 1 0 5 1 4 14 28 4 4 23
H 71 180 103 164 97 43 37 60 58 93 34 59 HR 3 2 0 22 2 1 4 1 HR 1 12 4 1 0 HR 4 13 8 3 2 2 6

3 49 9 0 27 8 18 81 103 32 27 66
R 36 77 66 96 51 23 21 36 37 35 12 33 RBi 11 7 0 86 6 1 47 31 RBi 16 53 27 10 7 RBi 20 54 20 3 13 9 28

0 60 17 1 31 9 9 34 69 17 24 63
eR 34 60 53 87 42 21 21 33 36 27 12 32 BB 14 3 0 38 3 0 11 39 BB 26 64 11 9 9 BB 9 19 21 3 7 4 5

2 70 15 3 50 18 26 59 93 22 50 148
BB 39 53 45 62 33 12 9 25 22 38 9 27 so 35 15 2 90 10 1 33 56 so 14 88 35 24 8 so 14 51 53 7 13 28 16

0 3 0 0 8 6 0 1 9 13 2 12
so 55 137 92 141 140 43 12 26 39 94 36 56 sB 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 sB 0 11 2 0 0 sB 2 0 2 0 3 0 0

11.052

0.000 0.077 7.000 0.134 2.000
mLserv 13.045 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.117 4.141 0.000 0.143 mLserv 0.000

non-RosteR inVitees no. name pitcHeRs (9) 44 BATISTA, MIGUEL 72 DICKSON, BRANDON 74 KELLY, JOE 70 LYNN, LANCE 71 MILLER, SHELBY 53 OTTAVINO, ADAM 48 75 37 SNELL, IAN THOMAS, KEVIN VALDES, RAUL

5-11 200 6-3 215 5-11 190 Ht. wt.

no. name

catcHeRs (4)
81 DERBA, NICK 5-10 190

60

HILL, STEVEN

R

R

5-11 200

3-14-85

Houston, TX

Houston, TX

0.018

82 PEREZ, AUDRY 86 STOCK, ROBERT no. name inFieLdeRs (3) 92 CARPENTER, MATT 89 19 SOLANO, DONOVAN VAZQUEZ, RAMON

R L B L R L B R L R R

R R t R R R t R L R R

5-9 6-0 Ht. 6-3

180 175 wt. 200

12-23-88 11-21-89 B-date 11-26-85 12-17-87 8-21-76 B-date 9-2-78 6/27/70 10-30-84 5-3-82

Sabana Grande de Palenque, DR Bellevue, WA place of Birth Galveston, TX Barranquilla, COL Aibonito, P.R. place of Birth Matanza, CUBA Fullerton, CA Tampa, FL Houston, TX

Santo Domingo, DR Westlake Village, CA Residence Sugar Land, TX Barranquilla, COL Aibonito, P.R. Residence Miami, FL Irvine, CA Atlanta, GA Magnolia, TX

0.000 0.000 mLserv 0.000 0.000 7.026 mLserv 0.000 16.027 0.014 1.106

5-10 185 5-11 195 Ht. 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-2 wt. 212 212 160 240

no. name

oUtFieLdeRs (4)
91 15 63 34 CAZANA, AMAURY EDMONDS, JIM ROBINSON, SHANE STAVINOHA, NICK

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miLestones caRdinaLs’ UpcominG miLestones
miGUeL Batista needs • 4 wins for 100 • 156.1 IP for 2000 Lance BeRKman needs • 25 hits for 1700 • 8 doubles for 400 • 23 HR’s for 350 cHRis caRpenteR needs • 6 strikeouts for 1500 • 95 strikeouts for 977 w/STL, T5th. • 5 games started for 300 • 35 .0 IP for 2000 • 16 wins for 100 w/STL • 17 wins for 150 Jim edmonds needs • 2 walks for 1000 • 7 HR’s for 400 • 51 hits for 2000 RYan FRanKLin needs • 17 saves for 100 matt HoLLidaY needs • 3 games as OF for 1000 • 11 SB’s for 100 • 20 HR’s for 200 • 55 RBI for 700 matt HoLLidaY needs (cont.) • 28 doubles for 300 • 82 runs for 750 GeRaLd LaiRd needs • 2 games for 600 • 8 RBI for 200 • 39 hits for 500 tonY La RUssa needs • 65 games for 5000 • 82 wins for 1400 w/STL • 125 wins for 2763, T2nd All-Time KYLe LoHse needs • 8 games for 300 • 12 wins for 100 • 16 strikeouts for 1000 tReVeR miLLeR needs • 2 wins for 20 • 54 games for 700 YadieR moLina needs • 9 HR’s for 50 • 45 assists as catcher fo 500 aLBeRt pUJoLs needs • 100 hits for 2000 • 8 2B’s for 434, T2nd STL All-Time • 80 hits for 1980, T5th STL All-Time • 23 HR’s for 431, T40th All-Time • 67 HR’s for 475, T1st STL All-Time • 25 SB’s for 100 • 86 walks for 1000 • 10 Int. walks for 246, T5th All-Time • 13 assists at 1B for 1000 nicK pUnto needs • 9 SB’s for 100 sKip scHUmaKeR needs • 12 doubles for 100 RYan tHeRiot needs • 4 doubles for 100 • 4 hits for 700 Ramon VaZQUeZ needs • 4 hits for 500 adam wainwRiGHt needs • 9 wins for 75 • 18 games for 200 • 125.2 IP for 1000 JaKe westBRooK needs • 2 wins for 75 • 39 strikeouts for750

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in-season BiRtHdaYs & anniVeRsaRY dates
maRcH 5......Ryan Franklin (38) 12......P.J. Walters (26) 14.....Dave McKay (61) 15......Jon Jay (26) apRiL 10.....1st game - Busch Std. III (2006) 23.....Fernando Tatis hit two grand slams in the 3rd inning at LA (1999). 27.....Chris Carpenter (36) 28......David Freese (28) maY 2......Stan Musial hit five home runs in a double-header against the Giants (1954). 13.....Stan Musial collected his 3000th career hit with a pinch-double off Mo Drobowsky at Wrigley Field (1958). 29.....Trever Miller (38) JUne 18.....Lou Brock (72) 22.....Jason Motte (29) 27......Jim Edmonds (41) JULY 4.......Jose Oquendo (48) 8........Jamie Garcia (24) 12.....Kyle McClellan (27) 13.....Yadier Molina (29) 15.....Mike Shannon (72) 17.....Bob Gibson recorded his 3000th career strikeout vs. Cincinnati’s Cesar Geronimo (1974). 18......Allen Craig (27) aUGUst 11.....Colby Rasmus (25) 13.....Lou Brock notched his 3000th career hit off Chicago’s Dennis Lamp (1979). 17......Tyler Greene (28) 30.....Adam Wainwright (30) septemBeR 7.......Mark Whiten hit four home runs in the second game of a doubleheader at Cincinnati (1993). 21......Brian Tallett (34) 26.....Dave Duncan (66) 27.....Mark McGwire hit his 70th home run of the season off Montreal’s Carl Pavano (1998). septemBeR (cont.) 29.....Lou Brock swiped his NL-record 118th base vs. Chicago (1974). Jake Westbrook (34) octoBeR 4.......Tony La Russa (67) Kyle Lohse (33)

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Full Name: Bryan Douglas Anderson Height: 6-1 Weight: 200 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: 12/16/86 at Thousand Oaks, California Opening Day Age: 24 M.L. Service: 0.060 Became Cardinal: Selected in 4th round (140th overall) of the June 2005 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

CATCHER
2010 SEASON: • Made his Major League debut on 4/15/10 vs. Houston. • Earned his first Major League hit on 4/20 at Arizona , a single to right field off Dan Haren. • Appeared in 15 games, starting seven in two stints with the Cardinals and was 3-for-8 (.375) as a pinch hitter. • Owns a career .367 BA (11-30) as a pinch hitter in the minor leagues. • Played in 82 games at Memphis (AAA) and batted .270 with 12 home runs and 42 RBI. The 12 home runs ranked fourth on the team and T5th among all Pacific Coast League catchers. • Recorded a .991 fielding percentage and ranked second in the PCL in runners caught stealing with a 31.4 percent (16 CS-51 ATT). • Batted .280 (7-for-25) after being recalled on 8/18, that total includes batting .308 (4-for-13) over seven games in September. • Registered a season-high six-game hitting streak from 6/2-6/11 and in that span batted .458 (11-for-24) with two home runs and six RBI. • Named Cardinals Minor League Player-of-the-Month for June (.344 BA, 4 HR, 14 RBI, 10 BB, .446 OBP, .590 SLG). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Began the season at Memphis (AAA) and finished tied for second on the team with three triples...threw out 28 percent (1554) of would-be base stealers and registered a .987 fielding percentage while comitting just four errors behind the plate...missed the final 71 games of the season with a seperated left shoulder...registered a hit in every game during a five-game (8/19-8/27) rehab at Gulf Coast League (R)...played for the Surprise Rafters of the Arizona Fall League and batted .255 with six RBI in 14 games. 2008 - Began the season at Double-A Springfield before a promotion in late April to Triple-A Memphis where he played the remainder of the season...was a participant in the Future’s Game for Team USA at Yankee Stadium during the All-Star break. Came in as a late-inning sub...named the Texas League Player of the Week for 4/14-20...saw action in 73 Memphis games recording a .986 fielding pct. in 69 games behind the plate. Committed eight errors ...hit safely in 15 of the19 games played with Springfield...listed as Cardinals 5th-highest prospect by Baseball America. 2007 - In his third pro season made the jump from low-A to doubleA Springfield where he spent the entire season...his .298 average ranked fifth in the Texas League...named as both a mid-season and post-season All Star for the Texas League...named to the Team USA roster that won the 2007 Baseball Federation World Cup in Chinese Taipei...participated in the Futures Game in San Francisco during the All-Star break. Was the starting catcher and went 0-2...saw action in 103 of Springfield games recording a .990 fielding pct. in 99 games behind the plate...Committed just seven errors and led the Texas League with 639 putouts..listed as Cardinals 3rd-highest prospect by Baseball America. 2006 - Named a postseason Midwest League All-Star...was the starting catcher for the West squad at the Midwest League All-Star Game at Quad Cities..his batting average was over .300 every day of the season but two...threw out 36% of attempted base stealers (50-139). 2005 - Batted .331 at Johnson City, tops among all Cardinals shortseason players...posted a .896 OPS (.513 slugging pct. and .383 on-base pct.), also highest among short-season farmhands...had a .989 fielding pct., committing three errors in 280 total chances...went 31-for-78 (.397) in the month of August with 16 runs scored, four home runs and 26 RBI in 25 games...drafted in the 4th round.

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MISC: Graduated from Simi Valley HS and had committed to the University of Arizona before signing his pro contract on 6/23/05...as a senior hit .414 (36-for-87) with 3 HR and 19 RBI...his junior year helped lead Simi Valley HS to the CIF Southern Section Division II baseball title...in his two seasons as starting catcher at Simi Valley High, he threw out 44 of 49 would-be base stealers and added 36 pickoffs...Simi Valley HS has produced professional players such as Jeff and Jered Weaver, Tim Laker and Scott Radinsky...parents Steve and Cindy were both born and raised in St. Louis and remain loyal Cardinals fans...began his first professional spring camp in 2006 in major league camp, the first Cardinals draft selection to leap from the draft to big-league camp since Matt Pagnozzi in 2003...resides in Simi Valley, Calif.

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Full Name: Bryan Christopher Augenstein Height: 6-6 Weight: 230 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 7/11/86 at Sebastian, Fla. Opening Day Age: 24 (Turns 25 on July 11). M.L. Service: 0.042 Became Cardinal: Claimed off waivers from Arizona, October 13, 2010. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG G AB 2005 Johnson City .331 51 154 2006 Quad Cities .302 109 381 2007 Springfield .298 103 389 2008 Springfield .388 19 80 Memphis .281 73 235 2009 Memphis .245 53 163 GCL Cardinals#.313 5 16 2010 Memphis .270 82 270 ST. LOUIS .281 15 32 MINOR TOTALS .294 495 1688 MAJOR TOTALS .281 15 32 # Injury Rehabilitaiton. R H 28 51 50 15 51 116 12 31 27 66 22 40 3 5 39 73 1 9 232 497 1 9 2B 8 29 15 5 13 7 0 12 2 89 2 3B HR 1 6 3 3 1 6 0 2 2 2 3 4 0 1 0 12 0 0 10 36 0 0 RBI SH 36 1 51 1 53 2 14 1 27 5 11 0 2 0 42 0 4 0 236 10 4 0 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP E 5 1 15 1 29 6 1 3 .513 .383 3 2 5 42 2 66 2 6 13 .417 .377 6 6 2 32 1 77 0 1 9 .388 .350 7 1 0 4 0 12 0 0 3 .525 .412 2 2 1 32 3 46 2 0 5 .379 .367 8 0 1 10 1 42 1 0 2 .399 .293 4 0 0 4 0 4 1 0 0 .500 .450 1 2 3 27 1 54 0 0 5 .448 .341 5 1 1 1 0 7 0 0 0 .344 .314 1 18 13 166 9 330 12 8 40 .423 .359 36 1 1 1 0 7 0 0 0 .344 .314 1

PITCHER
2010 SEASON: • Was a combined 6-9, 6.49 ERA in 25 games (22 starts) with Reno (AAA) and Mobile (AA). All but three of his apps. came at Triple-A where all 22 of his starts were made. • His three games at Double-A came after spending 7/14-8/5 on the disabled list with a staph infection. • Fanned 110 batters while walking only 38 in his 129.0 combined innings pitched. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – In just his third professional season appeared in seven games (2 starts) for the D-backs while splitting the rest of the season between Double-A Mobile and Triple-A Reno...started the season with Mobile and in six starts was part of three combined shutouts...named Southern League Pitcher of the Week for 4/1319...earned organizational Pitcher of the Month honors for April after posting a Southern League-leading four victories while his 0.35 ERA ranked second in the league...selected by the D-backs on 5/13 and subsequently made his Major League debut, allowing five runs over 6.1 innings in a 10-3 loss vs. CIN...also got the starting nod in the second game of a doubleheader on 5/20 at FLA...was optioned to Reno on 5/21 and was on Reno’s disabled list from 6/10-24 with a right triceps strain...named the California League Pitcher of the Week for 6/23-29...was on the disabled list again from 7/15-8/16 with right elbow inflammation...transferred from Reno to Mobile on 8/17...was recalled to Arizona from Mobile 9/2 and made 5 relief appearances in Sept. (5.2 IP, 5ER) ...following the season, pitched for the Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League (6 GS, 1-4, 4.15 ERA (8 ER in 17.1 IP))... rated by Baseball America as having the best control in the D-Back organization following the ‘09 season. 2007 - 2008 – Split the ‘08 season between single-A South Bend and single-A advanced Visalia where he issued 14 walks combined for a ratio of 1 walk per 37 batters faced...named to the Midwest League Regular-Season All-Star Team and rated by Baseball America as having the Best Control in the Midwest League...pitched in 10 games for Rookie-Advance Missoula in his first season of professional baseball in 2007.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Catcher PCT .978 G 8 PO 40 A 4 E 1 TC 45 DP 0 PB 0 CS 1 ATT 6 PCT 16.7 P-OFF 0

2010 & CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 2, 9/29 vs. Pittsburgh. Most Runs: 1, 4/20 at Arizona. Most 2Bs: 1, twice. Last: 9/8 at. Milwaukee. Most HRs: None Most RBI: 1, four times. Last: 9/29 vs. Pittsburgh. Most BBs: 1, 9/25 at Chicago Cubs. Longest Hitting Streak: 5 games, 4/20-8/27.

MISC: Graduated from Sebastian River (Fla.) High School... entered his senior season having been selected to Louisville Slugger’s Preseason All-America First-Team...following the season, was named team MVP and voted by the Scripps’ Newspaper as the Treasure Coast Player of the Year...was also a member of the Student-Athlete Leadership Council...played collegiately at the University of Florida from 2005-07...as a freshman in ‘05, was part of the Gators squad that won the SEC regular-season championship and advanced to the College World Series-the first SEC team to advance to the CWS championship series but lost to Texas...as a sophomore in 2006, was named Second-Team All-SEC...following that season, played for the USA Baseball collegiate national team that won the gold medal at the FISU tournament in Taiwan...as a junior in 2007, he led the Gators with eight wins in 16 starts, 2 CG, 112.0 IP and 105 strikeouts, which made him the third Gator pitcher since 1998 to reach the 100-strikeout mark..his father, Fred, played basketball and golf at Ohio State...signed by Luke Wrenn...resides in Sebastian, Fla.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2007 Missoula 2008 South Bend Visalia 2009 Mobile Reno Arizona 2010 Reno Mobile MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS * Led league. W-L 0-2 5-1 2-4 5-0 2-5 0-1 6-8 0-1 20-21 0-1 ERA 3.38 2.16 3.89 0.99 5.50 7.94 6.56 5.40 4.16 7.94 G 10 13 9 9 8 7 22 3 74 7 GS CG 2 0 13 0 9 0 9 0 7 0 2 0 22 0 0 0 62 0 2 0 GF SHO SV IP 4 0 0 21.1 0 0 0 87.1 0 0 0 44.0 0 0 0 45.2 0 0 0 36.0 2 0 0 17.0 0 0 0 120.2 0 0 0 8.1 4 0 0 363.1 2 0 0 17.0 H 20 73 57 27 43 23 162 10 392 23 R 13 21 26 5 23 16 95 5 188 16 ER 8 21 19 5 22 15 88 5 168 15 HR HBP 2 2 2 0 5 1 0 0 2 1 2 2 12 7 1 0 24 11 2 2 BB IBB 7 0 9 1 5 0 8 0 7 0 6 2 35 0 3 0 74 1 6 2 SO WP 16 2 69 0 30 1 36 0 29 1 6 0 101 5 9 1 290 10 6 0 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 BA .250 .224 .318 .172 .299 .333 .320 .303 .275 .333

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Full Name: Miguel Jerez Batista Decart Height: 6-1 Weight: 210 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 2/19/71 at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Opening Day Age: 40 M.L. Service: 13.045 Became Cardinal: Signed as a minor league free agent on January 14, 2011. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher PCT .833 G 7 PO 0 A 5 E 1 TC 6 DP 0

PITCHER
2009 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS - Starter Most IP: 6.1, 5/13 vs. Cincinnati. Most Strikeouts: 3, 5/13 vs. Cincinnati. Most Walks: 2, twice. Last: 5/20 at Florida Most Runs Allowed: 6, 5/20 at Florida Most Hits Allowed: 8, 5/13 vs. Cincinnati. Most HRs Allowed: 1, 5/20 at Florida. Longest Scoreless Streak: 2.2, 5/20-9/7. 2009 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS - Relief Most IP: 2.0, 9/12 vs. Milwaukee. Most Strikeouts: 1, twice. Last: 9/23 vs. San Francisco. Most Walks: 1, twice. Last: 10/3 at Chicago. Most Runs Allowed: 3, 9/12 vs. Milwaukee. Most Hits Allowed: 3, twice. Last: 10/3 at Chicago.

NON-ROSTER INVITEE

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Arizona Diamondbacks in the seventh round of the June 2007 free-agent draft. • Claimed by St. Louis Cardinals off waivers, October 13, 2010.

CAREER: • Entering 24th professional season, his 22nd domestically. Originally signed by the Expos as a non-drafted free agent in 1988, but made his Major League debut with the Pirates as a Rule 5 draft pick in 1992. • Ranks 20th among active pitchers in games pitched (588) and 22nd among active pitchers in innings pitched (1843.2). • Enters season as the only active MLB pitcher with 500 games, 40 saves, 10 CG, four shutouts and 1,000 strikeouts career. • In 238 career big league starts, is 74-80 with 10 complete games and a 4.49 ERA (691 ER/1385.1 IP). • Career quality-start percentage is 46 percent (110 of 238). • In 350 career appearances out of the bullpen, is 22-30 with 28 holds, 41 saves and a 4.56 ERA (232 ER/458.1 IP) • Of his 41 career saves, 31 came with TOR in 2005, has 17 career blown saves. • The Cardinals become his ninth different major league team (PIT, FLA, CHC, MON/WSH,KC, ARI, TOR, SEA). • Is one of four active pitchers to register at least 10 CGs and has pitched in over 500 games (Moyer, Wakefield, Oliver). 2010 SEASON: • Was 1-2 with a 3.70 ERA with 2 saves in 58 app. His 3.70 ERA was his lowest since 3.54 with Arizona in 2005 (193.1 IP). • Durable reliever totaled 82.2 IP including 13 relief appearances of 2.0 IP or more with a season high of 5.0 IP. • Made one spot start (Strasburg scratch) throwing 5.0 scoreless innings of three-hit ball 7/27 vs. Atlanta. • Posted best results against NL Central opponents last season with a 2.60 ERA in 12 appearances (17.1 IP). • Was one of only two MLB relievers (Ramon Ramirez, SF) to appear in 55 or more games and not sustain a blown save. • Finished strong allowing only 1 ER (0.87 ERA) in his final nine appearances through Sept./Oct. • Pitched on zero days’ rest on 12 occasions and fashioned a 3.13 ERA. • Closed out 3-2 win, 5/10 at NYM, to pocket 40th career save, his first with the Nationals. Also garnered the save in season finale, a 2-1 win in 14 innings, 10/3 at NYM. • Posted a career-best 7 relief strikeouts on 7/4 vs. NYM. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Pitched exclusively in relief for the first time since 71-game, 2006 – Enjoyed strong return with Arizona...recorded career 31-save effort as TOR’s closer in ‘05...14 holds were a singlehighs in starts (33) and innings (206.1)...ARI went 19-14 when he season career high...team-best seven relief wins T3rd in MLB... started...induced career-best 32 GIDPs to tie for NL lead with from 7/2 through season’s end, posted a 2.72 ERA in 31 apps. FLA’s Dontrelle Willis...tossed career-high three complete games...retired first 20 batters faced en route to complete-game 2008 – Pitching for SEA, made at least 20 starts and 20 relief 3-hitter 7/1 at OAK. appearances for first time in career...was only big league pitcher to pitch in at least 40 games and make 20 or more starts...lost 2005 – In only season as a closer, posted 31 saves (10th in AL) career-high 14 games. in 39 opportunities in final season with TOR...made career-high 71 appearances...ranked 10th in Rolaids Relief standings with 77 2007 – Won career-best and team-high 16 games in first season points...worked more than 1.0 IP in 57 of 71 games...on 7/24 at with SEA...also led SEA with 18 quality starts...tied for 9th in the NYY, entered game with a 7-4 lead and 2 outs in the 8th, then AL in wins...32 starts tied for team lead...recorded 1,000th career struck out all four batters faced (Jason Giambi, Sheffield, Matsui, strikeout (Ian Kinsler, 9/29 vs. TEX). Posada) to earn his 30th save of 2005.

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2004 – In first season with the Blue Jays, won 10 games for 3rd double-digit win season in last four years...allowed three or fewer runs in 18 of first 28 starts...tossed first career AL complete game on 5/2 at CWS...tossed 3rd career shutout on 6/9 vs. LAD...won four consecutive starts from 6/20-7/6, but followed it up by losing four consecutive starts, all to AL East opponents (8/824) a month later...shifted to bullpen on 9/18 and successfully converted five- of-five September save opportunities. 2003 – In arguably best season of career, went 10-9 with a 3.54 ERA in 36 games/29 starts in last contract season with Arizona ...set career high in strikeouts (142)...ranked 12th in NL in ERA... was suspended for 10 games for involvement in 4/20 brawl at St. Louis with Tino Martinez...tossed 5-hit shutout on 7/18 at SD...struck out career-high 11 on 7/28 at FLA. 2002 – Began season in bullpen, but made 29 starts in 2nd season with ARI...went 8-9 with a 4.33 ERA as a starter...was 6-4 when pitching on 4 days’ rest, 0-4 when going on extra rest (5 or more days)...3 of 8 wins came at COL’s expense. 2002 POSTSEASON – Allowed four runs in 3.2 innings in a Game 3 start at St. Louis (10/5) taking the Division Series clinching loss. 2001 – Pitching as both a starter (18 starts) and in 30 appearances out of the bullpen, won 11 games as ARI claimed first World Championship...went 6-3 with a 2.39 ERA in 20 games/9 starts on the road...went 7-3 with a 3.14 ERA in season’s 2nd half. 2001 POSTSEASON – Made six appearances, starting three games...appeared as a starter and reliever in each series... posted a 1-1 record with a 2.49 ERA in 21.2 postseason innings with 13 strikeouts...started and picked up his only career postseason win in Game 3 of the NLDS at St. Louis (10/12) tossing 6.0 innings and allowing two runs on three hits with four K’s...threw 7.2 scoreless innings in Game 5 of the World Series at NYY (11/1) for a no decision...retired the only batter he faced (Jeter) in Game 7 (11/4). 2000 – Pitched in just four games for the Expos before being dealt to Kansas City on 4/25 in exchange for Brad Rigby...in Royals debut, 4/28 vs. SEA, worked 4.0 one-hit scoreless innings...lost five consecutive starts 5/23-6/12 before being moved to the bullpen...was designated for assignment by the Royals on 7/28 to Omaha (AAA) making 18 appearances and one start. 1999 – Pitched as a starter, long man and middle reliever for the Expos...got starting nod and the win in Montreal’s home opener, a 5-1 victory over NYM (4/8) and he recorded first big league hit, an infield single off Orel Hershiser...had been 0-for-42 to begin 2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 5.0, 7/27 vs. Atlanta. Most IP (Relief): 5.0, 4/18 vs. Milwaukee. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 4, 7/27 vs. Atlanta. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 7, 7/4 vs. New York Mets. Most Walks (Starter): 1, 7/27 vs. Atlanta. Most Walks (Relief): 4, two times. Last: 4/18 vs. Milwaukee. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 0, 7/27 vs. Atlanta. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 5, 4/5 vs. Philadelphia. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 3, 7/27 vs. Atlanta. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 5, 8/14 vs. Arizona. Most HRs Allowed: 1, nine times. Last: 8/27 vs. St. Louis. Longest Winning Streak: 1 game, 7/27. Longest Losing Streak: 2 games, 4/9-4/24. Longest Scoreless Streak: 11.1 IP, 5/20-6/12. career...in all-Canada Series, threw first shutout on 6/5 at SkyDome...also hit first career home run (5/24 at PHI, a 2-run shot off Joel Bennett) and posted first save (3.0 scoreless innings, 10/2 at PHI). 1998 – In return to Expos organization, pitched in 56 games, but excelled as a starter, going 2-2 with a 3.08 ERA in that role... allowed 2 runs in 7.2 IP to secure initial MLB win, 5/15 at LAD. 1997 – Won nine games with Triple-A Iowa, but went winless in five big league decisions in only season in the Cubs system...had contract selected by the Cubs on 8/10 and spent final six weeks of the season in Chicago. 1993 - 1996 – In 1996 saw his first major league action since 1992 with the Pirates, appearing in relief nine times for Florida... pitched for Charlotte (AAA) in 1995, appearing in 34 games/18 starts...a right-shoulder strain limited him to just three games for Double-A Harrisburg in 1994...posted minor-league careerhigh 13 wins with Harrisburg in 1993, which ranked 2nd in the Eastern League. 1992 – Began season as member of Pittsburgh’s Opening Day roster as a Rule 5 selection...pitched in one game for the Pirates, allowing two runs in 2.0 innings on 4/11 at PHI...first big league strikeout victim was Ruben Amaro. 1988 - 1991 – Allowed just one home run in133.2 innings in 1991 with Rockford (A)...in 1990 with Rookie-level GCL Expos, walked just 2.1 batters per 9.0 innings in his domestic debut... began his professional career with the Expos’ Dominican Summer League in 1988 & ‘89. MISC: Is a 1996 graduate of Nuevo Horizondes High in Santo Domingo, DR...has authored two books: “The Avenger of Blood” (novel) and a poetry book called ”Sentimientos en Blanco y Negro” (“Feelings in Black and White”)...is believed to be the only Latin player to publish a poetry book...in 2003, was cited as #1 Good Guy in MLB by The Sporting News...while playing for the Diamondbacks, built relationships and with a $50,000 donation, a baseball diamond, with Native American groups in Arizona...the diamond was the first to be built on tribal land and was dedicated on August 5, 2003 in Sacaton, AZ...during relationship-building process, visited various tribes, slept in their housing and ate their native foods...while there, shared the teachings of Carib Indian grandmother...was invited to be a judge at the 2011 Miss Iowa USA competition...resides in Weston, Fla. Team W-L ERA G DSL Expos DSL Expos GCL Expos 4-3 2.01 9 Rockford 0-1 8.76 3 1991 Rockford 11-5 4.04 23 1992 Pittsburgh 0-0 9.00 1 West Palm Beach 7-7 3.80 24 1993 Harrisburg 13-5 4.34 26 1994 Harrisburg 0-1 2.38 3 1995 Charlotte 6-12 4.80 34 1996 Charlotte 4-3 5.38 47 Florida 0-0 5.56 9 1997 Iowa 9-4 4.20 31 Chicago (NL) 0-5 5.70 11 1998 Montreal 3-5 3.80 56 1999 Ottawa 0-1 2.25 3 Montreal 8-7 4.88 39 2000 Montreal 0-1 14.04 4 Kansas City 2-6 7.74 14 Omaha 2-2 6.04 18 2001 Arizona 11-8 3.36 48 2002 Arizona 8-9 4.29 36 2003 Arizona 10-9 3.54 36 2004 Toronto 10-13 4.80 38 2005 Toronto 5-8 4.10 71 2006 Arizona 11-8 4.58 34 2007 Seattle 16-11 4.29 33 2008 Seattle 4-14 6.26 44 2009 Seattle 7-4 4.04 56 2010 Washington 1-2 3.70 58 MINOR TOTALS 56-44 4.31 221 A.L. TOTALS 44-56 4.98 256 N.L. TOTALS 52-54 4.21 332 MAJOR TOTALS 96-110 4.51 588 * Led League. Year 1988 1989 1990 GS CG

MIGUEL BATISTA
COMPLETE RECORD
GF SHO SV IP H R ER PLAYED -- STATS NOT AVAILABLE PLAYED -- STATS NOT AVAILABLE 1 0 0 40.1 31 16 9 0 0 0 12.1 16 13 12 0 1 0 133.2 126 74 60 1 0 0 2.0 4 2 2 0 0 0 135.0 130 69 57 0 0 0 141.0 139 79 68 0 0 0 11.1 8 3 3 4 0 0 116.1 118 79 62 14 0 4 77.0 93 57 46 4 0 0 11.1 9 8 7 4 2 0 122.0 117 60 57 2 0 0 36.1 36 24 23 12 0 0 135.0 141 66 57 0 0 0 8.0 3 2 2 3 1 1 134.2 146 88 73 0 0 0 8.1 19 14 13 2 0 0 57.0 66 54 49 12 0 3 28.1 35 20 19 6 0 0 139.1 113 57 52 2 0 0 184.2 172 99 88 5 1 0 193.1 197 85 76 7 1 5 198.2 206 115 106 62 0 31 74.2 80 39 34 0 0 0 206.1 231 116 105 0 0 0 193.0 209 101 92 9 0 1 115.0 135 89 80 18 0 1 71.1 79 37 32 18 0 2 82.2 71 36 34 35 3 7 825.1 816 472 395 98 1 38 709.2 775 435 393 53 3 3 1134.0 1139 595 530 151 4 41 1843.2 1914 1030 923 HR HBP BB IBB SO WP BK BA

6 0 2 0 23 2 0 0 24 1 26 0 3 0 18 0 2 0 0 0 14 2 6 0 13 0 3 0 17 2 0 0 9 0 1 0 18 0 29 1 29 2 31 2 0 0 33 0 32 0 20 0 0 0 1 0 122 5 92 2 146 8 238 10

0 2 1 1 3 11 0 11 4 0 19 4 12 1 10 2 17 6 13 12 13 22 9 18 18 19 7 9 58 92 94 186

1 4 6 0 0 4 0 1 6 0 0 1 6 0 7 2 0 2 10 6 8 3 2 6 8 6 2 5 24 21 51 72

19 5 57 3 54 86 9 60 39 7 38 24 65 4 58 3 34 7 60 70 60 *96 27 84 85 79 39 39 378 360 473 833

0 22 1 0 7 3 0 90 12 0 1 0 0 92 0 0 91 10 0 5 2 2 58 12 0 56 16 2 6 1 1 95 8 2 27 2 7 92 6 0 7 0 2 95 6 0 7 0 2 30 4 0 27 2 2 90 6 3 112 9 3 142 7 1 104 12 5 54 3 5 110 *14 3 133 15 6 73 5 1 52 4 8 55 4 3 550 66 18 446 43 34 737 55 52 1183 98

1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 6 2 4 6

.215 .302 .245 .400 .251 .263 .200 .260 .303 .231 .252 .267 .274 .115 .280 .452 .292 .302 .226 .245 .267 .273 .268 .288 .276 .295 .282 .234 .308 .279 .265 .270

Year Team 2001 ARI vs. STL 2002 ARI vs. STL D.S. TOTALS

W-L 1-0 0-1 1-1

ERA 2.70 9.82 5.23

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DIvISION SERIES RECORD
GS CG 1 0 1 0 2 0 GF SHO SV 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 IP 6.2 3.2 10.1 H 3 5 8 R 2 4 6 ER 2 4 6

HR HBP 1 0 0 1 1 1

BB IBB 1 0 3 0 4 0

SO WP 4 0 1 0 5 0

BK 0 0 0

BA .136 .357 .222

CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 9.0, 10 times. Last: 7/19/06 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Most IP (Relief): 5.0, three times. Last: 4/18/10 vs. Milwaukee. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 11, two times. Last: 4/6/06 at Colorado. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 7, 7/4/10 vs. New York Mets. Most Walks (Starter): 9, 9/12/97 at Pittsburgh. Most Walks (Relief): 4, four times. Last: 4/18/10 vs. Milwaukee. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 8, eight times. Last: 7/19/08 vs. Cleveland. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 6, three times. Last: 6/17/00 vs. Oakland. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 12, 8/9/06 vs. San Francisco. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 8, two times. Last: 4/4/00 vs. L.A. Dodgers. Most HRs Allowed: 3, four times. Last: 6/25/08 at New York Mets. Longest Winning Streak: 4 games, three times. Last: 5/23-6/10/07. Longest Losing Streak: 6 games, two times. Last: 5/23/00-5/4/01. Longest Scoreless Streak: 19.0 IP, 6/3-15/04. Last Start: 7/27/10 vs. Atlanta. Year Team 2001 ARI vs. ATL

W-L 0-1

LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
ERA 5.14 G 2 GS CG 1 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 7.0 H 5 R 4 ER 4 HR HBP 2 0 BB IBB 2 0

SO WP 3 0

BK 0

BA .185

Year Team 2001 ARI vs. NYY

W-L 0-0

ERA 0.00

G 2

WORLD SERIES RECORD
GS CG 1 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 8.0 H 5 R 0 ER 0

HR HBP 0 0

BB IBB 5 0

SO WP 6 1

BK 0

BA .192

Position Pitcher

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
PCT .954 G 588 PO 111 A 261 E 18 TC 390

DP 17

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REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR 2010 Washington .125 58 8 0 1 0 0 0 MAJOR TOTALS .094 507 299 19 28 5 0 2 Home Runs: 6/2/02 at LAD (K. Ishii); 5/24/99 at PHI (J.Bennett). RBI SH 0 1 9 25 SF HBP 0 0 1 0 BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 0 0 5 0 0 0 .125 .125 11 0 167 0 0 6 .130 .125 E 0 18

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Signed by the Montreal Expos as a non-drafted free agent, February 29, 1988. • Selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the Major League phase of the Rule 5 Draft, December 9, 1991. • Returned to Montreal Expos, per Rule 5 Guidelines, April 23, 1992. • Signed with the Florida Marlins as a minor league free agent, December 9, 1994. • Claimed off waivers by the Chicago Cubs, December 17, 1996. • Acquired by the Montreal Expos in exchange for OF Henry Rodriguez, December 12, 1997. • Acquired in a trade by the Kansas City Royals in exchange for RHP Brad Rigby, April 25, 2000. • Signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks as a free agent, November 15, 2000. • Signed with the Toronto Blue Jays, December 17, 2003. • Acquired in a trade by the Arizona Diamondbacks along with INF Orlando Hudson in exchange for INF’s Troy Glaus and Sergio Santos, December 27, 2005. • Signed with the Seattle Mariners as a free agent, December 12, 2006. • Signed with the Washington Nationals as a minor league free agent, January 29, 2010. • Signed with the St. Louis Cardinals as a minor league free agent, January 14, 2011.

Full Name: William Lance Berkman Height: 6-1 Weight: 220 Bats: Both Throws: Left Born: 2/10/76 at Waco, Texas Opening Day Age: 35 M.L. Service: 11.052 Became Cardinal: Signed as a free agent, December 5, 2010. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

OUTFIELDER/FIRST BASEMAN
CAREER: • St. Louis becomes just his third professional team. Was drafted by the Houston Astros in the first round of the 1997 draft and spent 1999-2010 seasons in the majors with Houston before a trade-deadline deal in 2010 to the New York Yankees. • Ranks fifth all-time in career homers by a switch-hitter (327)...is one of seven switch-hitters in baseball history to reach the 300 HR plateau. • Leads all switch-hitters in home runs (323) and RBI (1084) since 2000. Has reached the 40-HR plateau in his career twice (2002 & 2006)...he and Mickey Mantle are the only switch-hitters to hit 40-or-more homers in at least two seasons. • Is one of just four switch-hitters in Major League history with as many as eight seasons with 25-or more home runs: also Chipper Jones (10), Mickey Mantle (10) and Eddie Murray (12). • Ranks second all-time among switch-hitters in slugging percentage with his .545 mark, trailing only Mickey Mantle (.557). • Collected 309 home runs from 2000-2009, hitting at least 20 homers in each of the 10 seasons, one of just 11 players in Major League history to hit at least 20 home runs in each year of a decade (Carlos Lee and Alex Rodriguez also 2000-09). • Also since 2000, ranks seventh among all Major League players in doubles (357), on-base percentage (.413) and RBI (1026). • Hit his 300th career home run on June 13, 2009 at ARI (RHP Jon Garland). Teamed up with Ivan Rodriguez and Carlos Lee to become the first trio of teammates to reach the 300-home run plateau in the same season. • Ranks in the top five in every major offensive statistical category in Houston Astros history. Is the club’s all-time leader in slugging (.549); second in home runs (326); third in batting average (.296), RBI (1090), walks (1040), doubles (375), runs (1008) and total bases (3053); fourth in games played (1592) and fifth in hits (1648) and at-bats (5560). • Is Houston’s franchise career leader in postseason RBI (26) and walks (20), and ranks second with 34 hits, six home runs and eight doubles. • Is one of only two Astros to collect as many as five 30-homer seasons (Jeff Bagwell, 9)...is the second Astro in club history with 10 consecutive 20-home run seasons (Jeff Bagwell 12). • Has six career 100-RBI seasons, trailing only Jeff Bagwell’s eight in Astros history...his three consecutive 100-RBI seasons (2006-08) are also tied for the second-most in club history, trailing only Bagwell’s six consecutive from 1996-2001. • Finished fifth in National League MVP voting in 2008, a season in which he led the N.L. with 46 doubles, while hitting a league-leading .345 with runners in scoring position and scored a career-high 114 runs. • Selected to the 2008 National League All-Star team as the starting first baseman, his fifth appearance in a Midsummer Classic and his first by way of fan voting. Also participated in the Home Run Derby and finished with 14 homers, tied for third in the competition with Ryan Braun (MIL). • Hit his first and only career walk-off home run on Aug. 29, 2008 vs. STL...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, Berkman had hit more home runs (285) than any other player in baseball history without recording a walk-off homer. • Scored at least one run in 15 consecutive games from April 26 to May 12, 2008 which tied the club record held by Carlos Beltran (Aug. 23-Sept. 7, 2004). • His 136 RBI in 2006 set the franchise record for most RBI in a single season, breaking Jeff Bagwell’s record 135 RBI in 1997. • Led the Astros with six RBI in the 2005 World Series and hit .385. Overall during the 2005 playoffs, Berkman hit .333 with two home runs and 14 RBI.

New Cardinals rightfielder Lance Berkman takes part in spring drills as fellow outfielders Matt Holliday and Colby Rasmus look on.

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• His grand slam in Game 4 of the 2005 NLDS vs. Atlanta (off Kyle Farnsworth) narrowed the Braves lead to 6-5 in a game the Astros ended up winning 7-6 in 18 innings - the longest game in postseason history. • Finished third in the National League MVP voting in 2002. Led the league in RBI with 128 and ranked T3rd with 42 home runs. • Hit a Houston club-record 29 home runs in the first half of the 2002 season. His 29 homers at the All-Star Break were the most by a switch-hitter since Mickey Mantle in 1961 (also 29 in 1956). He hit 10 homers in his first 20 games in 2002, joining Mantle as the only switch-hitters to hit 10 homers in their club’s first 20 games. • Set the Major League record for the most extra-base hits (94) in a single season by a switch-hitter in 2001 and was the first switch-hitter to record at least 50 doubles and 30 home runs in the same season. 2010 SEASON: • Split his season with the Astros and Yankees in 2010. Hit .267 (86-for-322) with 13 HR as a left-handed batter and .171 (14for-82) with one homer from the right side. • Averaged 6.25 plate apperances per walk, ranking third in the Majors (min. 450 PA). • Played entirely at first base while with Houston, committing just one error in 769 total chances. Combined he played in 122 games, making 91 starts at first and 21 as DH. • Opened the season on the 15-day disabled list, recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee performed on 3/13. Made two rehab appearances at Triple-A Round Rock. • Collected five RBI in the Astros 6/1 win vs. WSH, providing the walk-off two-run single in the bottom of the ninth, his most RBI since 6/10/08 vs. MIL. Also committed his first and only error in that game, snapping a 90-game errorless streak that dated back to his last miscue on 7/7/09 vs. Pittsburgh. • Homered and tripled in 7/4 loss at San Diego, the fifth time in his career he accomplished the feat. The home run came as a right-handed batter, his only such homer in 2010. • Acquired by the Yankees on 7/31 after playing 1,592 games for the Astros and made his Yankees debut 7/31 at TB (0-for-4). • Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 8/19 (retroactive to 8/16) with a sprained right ankle. Suffered the injury in the fifth inning 8/15 at KC when he attempted to beat a throw at first base. Rehabbed at Double-A Trenton in two games (2-for-8). • Returned from rehab and reinstated from the 15-day D.L. on 9/1. Batted .299 (20-for-67) in 25 games following his return from the D.L., hitting safely in 11 of his 17 starts over the remainder of the season. 2010 POSTSEASON – Was 2-4 with a double and HR in Game 2 at MIN as the DH in a 5-2 NY win...was his only appearance in the Division Series...made appearances in four American League Championship games vs. Texas, going 3-12. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Became the second of three Astros players in 2009 to reach the 300-home run mark, homering on 6/13 at ARI (RHP Jon Garland)...C Ivan Rodriguez and LF Carlos Lee teamed up with Berkman to become the first trio of teammates in MLB history to reach 300 career home runs in the same season... walked 97 times, surpassing the 90-walk mark for his ninth consecutive season since 2001...averaged one walk every 5.80 plate appearances, fourth in the Majors...tied his career high by hitting seven home runs as a right-handed batter...for the second season in a row and second of his career, played only first base, without making an appearance in the outfield...made his ninth consecutive Opening-Day start for the club and his fourth in a row at first base (2006-09) 4/6 vs. CHI...scored his 900th career run on 4/18 vs. CIN...on 5/21 vs. MIL was ejected from the game after arguing a play at the plate with home plate umpire Delfin Colon, his sixth career ejection and first since 6/8/07 at CWS (Sam Holbrook)...recorded his 1,000th career RBI 6/25 vs. KC...missed 18 games on the disabled list from 7/23-8/12 with a left calf strain, just his second career DL stint...recorded his 350th career double 8/13 at FLA. 2008 – Named the Astros recipient of the 2008 Roberto Clemente Award, given annually to an MLB player who combines outstanding skills on the baseball field with devoted work in the community...selected to the 2008 National League All-Star team as the starting first baseman (0-2), his first ASG by way of fan voting...also participated in the Home Run Derby and finished with 14 homers, which tied for third with Ryan Braun (MIL)...tied for the NL lead with 46 doubles...hit a league-leading .345 with runners in scoring position...set a new career high in steals for a single season with 18...scored at least one run in 15 consecutive games 4/26-5/12, tying the club record held by Carlos Beltran (8/23-9/7/04)...was named the National League Player of the Month for May after hitting .471 with nine home runs and 22 RBI...set franchise records in May for batting (.471), on-base percentage (.553), slugging (.856), total bases (89), hits (49) and runs (31)...recorded 31 hits in a 50-at-bat span from the 5th inning on 5/3 through the 6th inning on 5/17, only the second player since 1957 to do so (Pete Rose, PHI-1979)...named NL Player of the Week twice in three weeks (4/21-27 & 5/5-11)...tied franchise record with eight consecutive hits from 12th inning on 5/4 to the fourth inning on 5/7...hit his first career walk-off home run on 8/29 vs. STL-according to Elias, Berkman had hit more home runs (285) than any other player in baseball history without recording a walk-off homer. 2007 – Started 122 games at first base and 27 games in right field...led all MLB switch-hitters in home runs......suspended for two games (served 6/12-13) by MLB on 6/8 for his actions that led to an ejection 6/5 at COL...also ejected on 6/8 at CWS while appealing his suspension...did not play 6/23 at TEX (bruised right hand), his first game missed in the Lone Star Series after being the only player from either team to appear in each of the first 40 games...homered in four consecutive games (7/29-8/2), matching his career-high home run streak...homered 9/21 marking his seventh consecutive year in which he homered on 9/21, tying Lou Gehrig’s MLB record for consecutive years homering on the same date (seven straight 6/8 home runs 1932-38).

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BERKMAN CAREER AWARDS & HONORS
All-Star Game Selections: 2001, 2002, 2004*, 2006, 2008* *Denotes Starter Roberto Clemente Award: 2008 (Houston) N.L. Player of the Month (2 times): May 2004 and May 2008 N.L. Player of the Week (4 times): June 18-24, 2001 (co-winner); April 29-May 5, 2002; April 21-27, 2008; May 5-11, 2008 2006 – Hit a career-high 45 home runs with 136 RBI and was named the Astros Player of the Year by the Houston BBWAA... finished third in National League MVP voting...made his fourth AllStar appearance - walked in his only plate appearance...set the franchise record for most RBI in a single season (136), breaking Jeff Bagwell’s record (135 RBI in 1997)...joined Mickey Mantle as the only switch-hitters to hit 40 or more homers in at least two seasons...recorded career hit No. 1,000 with a fifth-inning single on 5/29...hit his 200th HR on 6/21 vs. MIN (Silva), the fourth Astro to reach the milestone and fastest to the mark in franchise history (3,388th AB)...hit two HR on 7/3 vs. CHI marking the second time in 2006 and in his career to homer from both sides of the plate...did not start in seven consecutive games 7/28 -8/3 because of a strained groin. 2005 – Was activated from the 15-day DL on 5/6 after missing the first 27 games of the season recovering from 11/12/04 surgery to reconstruct a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee... raised his average from .179 to .294 in a 70-game stretch from 5/25-8/14, hitting .315 with 21 doubles, 11 home runs and 46 RBI ...hit .362 (38-105) in July with six homers and 20 RBI...finished August with 11 doubles, tying the club record during the month (Jose Cruz, 1985)...hit 11 homers in September, tying Richard Hidalgo’s franchise record during the month (2000)...also recorded 25 walks in September, two shy of the club record during that month (Jimmy Wynn, Sept.1969). 2005 POSTSEASON – Hit .357 with one home run and five RBI over four games of the NLDS vs. Atlanta...hit .286 with one homer and three RBI in the NLCS win over STL (six games), including a three-run home run during Game 5...had five hits and six RBI during four games of the World Series vs. CWS. 2004 – Named team MVP by the Houston chapter of the BBWAA for a third time (also 2001, 02)...led the the Astros in hitting (.316), games (160), total bases (308), home runs (30), walks (127), intentional walks (14), slugging percentage (.566), on-base percentage (.450) and tied for the lead in runs (104)...his 237 walks were a career-high and he ranked second in MLB in unintentional walks (113)...named a National League All-Star for the third time (also 2001, 02)...started in center field and went 0-2...participated in the Home Run Derby and advanced to the final round, where he finished runner-up to Miguel Tejada...hit his third career grand slam and first right-handed, on 4/11 at Milwaukee (Davis)...named NL Player of the Month for May, his first monthly award...homered seven times in nine games from 5/18-26...homered in three consecutive games twice in a seven-game span, from 5/18-20 and 5/24-26...reached base in 37 consecutive games from 7/309/8...homered in four consecutive games 8/29-9/1. 2004 POSTSEASON – Ranked sixth in MLB with 12 runs during the postseason...posted four multi-hit games during the NLDS vs. Atlanta and batted .409 with one home run and three RBI...went 2-4, scoring twice in Game 5...hit three home runs in the NL Championship Series, including a 2-2 outing with three RBI in Game 4 vs. St. Louis. 2003 – Collected his 500th Major League hit on 4/24 with a home run at NY (Cerda)...homered on 5/1 vs. ATL, passing Ken Caminiti as the franchise leader for home runs by a switch-hitter... posted a team-high 18-game hitting streak from 5/24 to 6/12...was ejected on April 29 for the second time in his career...ejected for a second time for arguing balls and strikes 5/17 vs. PHI (Iassogna). 2002 – Led the National League with 128 RBI in just his second full big league season...finished 3rd in National League MVP voting...voted team MVP for the second consecutive year by the Houston chapter of the BBWAA...named to his second consecutive National League All-Star team and went 1-2 with a two-run single that gave the NL the lead in the seventh inning... also participated in the Home Run Derby...hit .361 with runners in scoring position, fifth in the league...joined Mickey Mantle as the only switch-hitters to hit 10 homers in their team’s first 20 games...became only the 20th player in Major League history to homer in the first three games of the season tying the club record shared by Glenn Davis (1988) and Chris Truby (2001)...hit four home runs over back-to-back games at CIN (4/16-17), tying the franchise record for home runs in consecutive games (seventh time)...named NL Player of the Week for 4/29-5/5, hitting .435 (1023) with three home runs and a league-leading nine RBI...ejected in the eighth inning on 5/8 at PHI for the first time on any level in his career for arguing balls and strikes (Larry Vanover)...recorded his first career inside-the-park home run on 6/17 at MIL (Cabrera)... broke the 24-year-old club record for most consecutive games with an RBI on 7/6 at PIT, driving in a run in 10 consecutive games...hit his 100th home run on 9/15 vs. STL (Matt Morris). 2001 – Finished fifth in the National League MVP voting (one firstplace vote)...led the N.L. with 55 doubles and is the first switchhitter in Major League history (13th all-time) to have 50 doubles and 30 homers in a season...selected as a first time All-Star and went 1-2 in the All-Star Game 7/10 at Seattle...voted team MVP by the Houston chapter of the BBWAA...topped the all-time Major League lists as a switch-hitter for most doubles in a season (55), passing Pete Rose (51, 1978) and Jose Vidro (51, 2000), and for most extra-base hits in a season (94), moving past Ripper Collins (87, 1934) and Chipper Jones (87, 1999)...appeared in the Opening Day lineup for the first time in his career, starting in leftfield...hit a solo home run (Oliveras) on 4/18 at PIT that cleared the right-field stands and bounced into the Allegheny River...batted leadoff for the first time in his career and drove in all four runs with a career-high tying two homers on 5/27 at LA...notched his first career grand slam on 6/14 at MIN...named co-NL Player of the Week with Arizona’s Luis Gonzalez (6/18-24)...put together a career-high 21-game hit streak (6/17-7/8).

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2000 – Began the year at Triple-A New Orleans...after two options and two recalls, joined the big league team for the remainder of the season on May 25...made 31 starts in left field and 59 in right for Houston...drove in four runs in consecutive games at COL 5/30-31...notched his first Major League pinch-hit with a double on 8/5 vs. MON. 1999 – Made two separate stints with the Astros while anchoring the Triple-A New Orleans lineup for the majority of the season... was the starting right fielder in the 1999 MLB All-Star Futures Game played in Boston’s Fenway Park on 7/11...was one of 24 minor league players selected to represent the United States in the Pan Am Games 7/25-8/2 in Winnipeg, Canada, but did not participate upon being recalled by the Astros...placed on the Zephyrs (AAA) disabled list 4/13-5/14 (left knee)...contract was purchased on 7/16 and he made his Major League debut that night vs. DET as a pinch hitter...made his first big league start in left field on 7/17 vs. DET...his first Major League hit came on 7/20 vs. CLE...hit a pair of homers - his first in the majors - 7/31 at SD...optioned to New Orleans on 8/5 but was again recalled 8/13...remained with the Astros until the end of the regular season. 1997-1998 – Named Team MVP after spending most of the season at Jackson (AA) in 1998...was promoted to Triple-A New Orleans 8/21 to finish out the campaign...named to the All-Texas League team and selected as an Eastern Division All-Star for Jackson...in the 1998 Triple A World Series was named the series MVP as he slugged three home runs and collected six RBI in New Orleans’ series clinching 12-6 victory over Buffalo on 9/25...was Houston’s No. 1 pick in the June 1997 draft...made his pro debut with Kissimmee (A) on 7/1...hit .354 (23-65) with four doubles, seven homers and 19 RBI in 16 games 8/4-19 and was the club’s top home run hitter with 12, despite playing in just 53 games. MISC: A native Texan, Berkman grew up in Austin and graduated from New Braunfels Canyon High School in San Marcos...was drafted by the Astros out of Rice University, signed by Astros scout Ralph Bratton...played for Rice from 1995-97 and was named the 1997 National College Player of the Year by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and also named first team All-America by Collegiate Baseball Magazine, Baseball America and The Sporting News...in three seasons at Rice, batted a collective .385 with 67 homers and 272 RBI...his 41 homers in 1997 ranked third-most in the entire NCAA...that year also made the record book in RBI (2nd-134), slugging percentage (6th-1.031) and total bases (4th-263)...learned to switch-hit growing up by swinging from both sides of the plate against a tire hanging from a tree in his backyard...nicknamed himself in jest the “Big Puma” while on a local, morning sports-talk radio show...he and his wife, Cara, make their offseason home in Houston with their four daughters: Hannah Leigh (5/17/01), Carly Anne (8/24/03), Katie Mae (6/10/06) and Abigail Primm (6/22/09).

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DIvISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2001 HOU vs. ATL 2004 HOU vs. ATL 2005 HOU vs. ATL 2010 NYY vs. MIN D.S. TOTALS AVG .167 .409 .357 .500 .346 G 3 5 4 1 13 AB 12 22 14 4 52 R 0 5 4 2 11 H 2 9 5 2 18 2B 0 1 1 1 3 3B HR 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 RBI SH 0 0 3 0 5 0 2 0 10 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 BB IBB 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 0 6 1 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 4 0 0 2 .167 .167 6 0 1 0 .591 .480 4 0 0 1 .643 .500 1 0 0 0 1.500 .500 15 0 1 3 .577 .424 E 0 1 0 0 1

LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2004 HOU vs. STL 2005 HOU vs. STL 2010 NYY vs. TEX L.C.S. TOTALS AVG .292 .286 .250 .281 G 7 6 4 17 AB 24 21 12 57 R 7 2 1 10 H 7 6 3 16 2B 2 2 0 4 3B HR 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 4 RBI SH 9 0 3 0 2 0 14 0 SF HBP 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 BB IBB 5 2 4 0 2 0 11 2 SO SB CS GDP SLG 4 1 0 0 .750 3 0 0 1 .524 2 0 0 0 .417 9 1 0 1 .596 OBP .400 .400 .333 .386 E 0 0 0 0
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WORLD SERIES RECORD
Year Team AVG 2005 HOU vs. CWS .385 W.S. TOTALS .385 G 4 4 AB 13 13 R 0 0 H 5 5 2B 3B HR 2 0 0 2 0 0 RBI SH 6 0 6 0 SF HBP 1 0 1 0 BB IBB 5 2 5 2 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 5 1 0 0 .538 .526 5 1 0 0 .538 .526 E 0 0

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
Year Team 2001 National 2002 National 2004 National 2006 National 2008 National ALL-STAR TOTALS AVG .500 .333 .000 --.000 .222 G 1 1 1 1 1 5 AB 2 3 2 0 2 9 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 1 1 0 0 0 2 2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 SO SB CS GDP SLG 0 0 0 0 .500 0 1 0 0 .333 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 --1 0 0 0 .000 1 1 0 0 .222 OBP .500 .333 .000 1.000 .000 .273 E 0 0 0 0 0 0

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG 1997 Kissimmee .293 1998 Jackson .306 New Orleans .271 1999 New Orleans .323 Houston .237 2000 New Orleans 330 Houston .297 2001 Houston .331 2002 Houston .292 2003 Houston .288 2004 Houston .316 2005 Round Rock# .286 Houston .293 2006 Houston .315 2007 Houston .278 2008 Houston .312 2009 Houston .274 2010 Round Rock# .500 Houston .245 New York (AL) .255 Trenton# .250 MINOR TOTALS .309 A.L. TOTALS .255 N.L. TOTALS .296 MAJOR TOTALS .296 #Injury Rehabilitation G AB R H 53 184 31 54 122 425 82 130 17 59 14 16 64 226 42 73 34 93 10 22 31 112 18 37 114 353 76 105 156 577 110 191 158 578 106 169 153 538 110 155 160 544 104 172 4 14 2 4 132 468 76 137 152 536 95 169 153 561 95 156 159 554 114 173 136 460 73 126 2 6 3 3 85 298 39 73 37 106 9 27 2 8 1 2 295 1034 193 319 37 106 9 27 1592 5560 1008 1648 1629 5666 1017 1675 2B 10 34 4 20 2 4 28 *55 35 35 40 1 34 29 24 *46 31 2 16 7 0 75 7 375 382 3B HR RBI SH 0 12 35 0 0 24 89 0 0 6 13 0 0 8 49 0 0 4 15 0 2 6 27 0 1 21 67 0 5 34 126 0 2 42 *128 0 6 25 93 1 3 30 106 0 0 0 1 0 1 24 82 0 0 45 136 0 2 34 102 0 4 29 106 0 1 25 80 0 0 1 3 0 1 13 49 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 57 217 0 0 1 9 0 26 326 1090 1 26 327 1099 1 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP E 0 2 37 4 38 2 1 2 .543 .417 0 3 4 85 10 82 6 4 14 .555 .424 4 0 2 12 1 16 0 0 1 .644 .411 0 2 0 39 1 47 7 1 10 .518 .419 4 1 0 12 0 21 5 1 2 .387 .321 2 0 1 31 2 20 4 4 7 .563 .479 2 7 1 56 1 73 6 2 6 .561 .388 6 6 13 92 5 121 7 9 8 .620 .430 6 3 4 107 20 118 8 4 10 .578 .405 7 3 9 107 13 108 5 3 10 .515 .412 3 6 10 127 14 101 9 7 10 .566 .450 2 0 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 .357 .412 0 2 4 91 12 72 4 1 18 .524 .411 8 8 4 98 22 106 3 2 11 .621 .420 9 5 8 94 11 125 7 3 11 .510 .386 12 5 7 99 18 108 18 4 13 .567 .420 5 4 1 97 14 98 7 4 13 .509 .399 6 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1.333 .429 1 0 0 60 4 70 3 2 12 .436 .372 1 0 0 17 3 15 0 0 6 .349 .707 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 .250 .333 0 6 9 208 19 212 19 10 34 .550 .426 11 0 0 17 3 15 0 0 6 .349 .707 1 50 61 1040 134 1121 82 42 124 .549 .410 67 50 61 1057 137 1136 82 42 130 .545 .409 68

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position First Base Outfield PCT .995 .978 G 717 871 PO 5856 1487 A 547 45 E 34 34 TC 6437 1566 DP 574 7

2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 3, 8 times. Last: 9/7 vs. Baltimore. Most Runs: 3, 7/28 vs. Chicago Cubs. Most 2Bs: 2, 8/8 vs. Boston. Most HRs: 2, 7/8 vs. Pittsburgh. Most RBI: 5, 6/1 vs. Washington. Most BBs: 4, 5/12 at St. Louis. Longest Hitting Streak: 6 games, twice. Last: 6/1-6.

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 5, 5/6/2008 vs. Washington. Most Runs: 4, 5/6/08 vs. Washington. Most 2Bs: 2, 38 times. Last: 8/8/10 vs. Boston. Most HRs: 3, 4/16/02 at Cincinnati. Most RBI: 6, twice. Last: 5/1/03 vs. Atlanta. Most BBs: 4, three times. Last: 5/12/10 at St. Louis. Most SBs: 2, four times. Last: 7/9/08 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 21 games, 6/17-7/8/01. Grand Slams: 5. Last: 7/27/10 at Chicago Cubs (Cashner). Game-Ending HR’s: 1, 8/29/08 vs. St. Louis (R. Springer) Pinch HR’s: 1, 5/12/01 at Cincinnati (D. Graves). Inside the Park HR’s: 1, 6/17/02 at Milwaukee (Cabrera). HR both sides of plate: twice. Last: 7/3/06 vs. Chicago Cubs.

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Houston Astros in 1st round (16th player overall) of the June 1997 free-agent draft. • On Houston disabled list (right knee surgery), March 30 - May 6, 2005; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Round Rock (AAA), April 30 - May 6. • On Houston disabled list (left calf strain), July 23 - August 12, 2009. • On Houston disabled list (arthroscopic surgery on left knee ), March 26 - April 20, 2010; included injury rehabilitation to Round Rock (AAA), April 17 - 20. • Acquired by the New York Yankees in exchange for P Mark Melancon and INF Jimmy Paredes, July 31, 2010. • On New York disabled list (right ankle sprain), August 16 - September 1, 2010; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Trenton (AAA), August 30 - September 1. • Signed by St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent, December 5, 2010.

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Full Name: Mitchell Thomas Boggs Height: 6-4 Weight: 215 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 2/15/84 at Dalton, Georgia Opening Day Age: 27 M.L. Service: 1.125 Became Cardinal: Selected in 5th round (170th overall) of the June 2005 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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2010 SEASON: • Appeared in a career-high 61 games (44 scoreless outings), second most on the Cardinals. • Picked up first career relief win on 6/5 vs. MIL. • Made 11 appearances of 2.0 IP or more with season high of 2.1 on 7/10 at HOU. • Struck out season-high four batters 5/16 at CIN in 2.0 IP. • Had an outstanding June, going 1-0 with an 0.87 ERA in 10 appearances allowing one run. The ERA was the 7th lowest in June of any NL pitcher with 10 appearances or more. • Was unscored upon in 10 consecutive appearances from 5/27-6/24. • Allowed a career-high five runs on 8/3 vs. HOU. • Posted a 2.54 ERA in 35 appearances pre-All Star break. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Made nine starts for the Cardinals, while also making seven appearances out of the bullpen...fanned 46 batters in his 58.0 IP...the Cardinals were 7-2 in his nine starts, winning each of the first five...was first recalled from Memphis (AAA) on 4/15, after injury to Chris Carpenter...picked up the victory in his first start of 2009, on 4/25 in an 8-2 win over the Cubs...gave up one unearned run in his 5.2 innings...struck out an MLB career-high nine batters in a six-inning no decision at WSH (4/30)...was 6-4 in 14 starts at Memphis, including seven quality starts...upon his mid-May return to AAA, made 12 starts before a recall and ML start on 7/31...won three of his last four starts at Memphis, allowing just one earned run in 21.0 IP (0.43 ERA) in his wins...for the month of July was 3-1 with a 1.73 ERA in four starts at AAA...was recalled from Memphis (AAA) prior to start on 8/11 vs. CIN after Todd Wellemeyer (right elbow) went on the DL, the 3rd time he was on Major League roster in ‘09...collected first Major League hit, a double and came around to score, at Pittsburgh (5/14) off Jeff Karstens. 2009 POSTSEASON - Appeared in one game, Game 1 of the NLDS against LA, throwing a scoreless inning with two walks and one strikeout. 2008 - Led the PCL in ERA (3.45) and tied for team lead in wins (9) during his first season at Triple-A Memphis...made eight appearances (6 starts) for the Cardinals in two ML stints from 6/6 to 7/27, posting a 3-2 won-loss mark...was first rookie starter to win first three decisions for the Cardinals since the 2002 season, when both Jason Simontacchi (5 straight from 5/4-6/15) and Travis Smith (3 from 5/1-7/15) did so...made his ML debut on 6/6 at HOU, summoned in the 8th inning, & pitched 2.0 IP in relief while allowing a solo HR to G. Blum...made his first ML start on 6/10 at CIN and earned his first victory with 5.0 IP in a 72 win...posted the win at Fenway Park on 6/21, tossing 5.1 innings and allowing three runs on five hits vs. BOS...was solid in posting the win on 6/28 at KC, allowing a run on four hits in a season-high 6.0-plus innings. 2007 – Developed into the staff ace at Double-A Springfield and was the starter for the franchise’s first-ever playoff game...did not miss a turn in a season in which he ranked second in the Texas League with 117 strikeouts, tied for fifth with 11 wins and 26 starts and 9th in ERA (3.84)...his ERA was under 4.00 in every month but one (May), with a low of 2.38 in June when he went 3-0 in five starts...won seven straight decisions from 5/187/12 and nine of 10 from 4/20-7/12...his first career hit was a two-run home run on 5/18 at Tulsa...tossed a season-high 8.0 innings and allowed just two hits in his final start of the season on 8/30 vs. Wichita-that win earned him Texas League Pitcher of the Week honors...was 1-1 with a 5.73 ERA (11.0 IP/7 ER) in two postseason starts, winning Game 1 of the Division Series against Tulsa on 9/5...lost in Game 1 of the Championship Series...started six games for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League and went 0-2 with a 5.21 ERA (19.0 IP/11 ER).

After signing as a free agent on December 5, 2010, Lance Berkman made his first apperance as a Redbird at the team’s annual Winter Warm-up on January 15, 2011. Cardinals fans were thrilled to have the “Big Puma” playing for St. Louis instead of against them.

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2006 – Named a Florida State League postseason All-Star...his 126 strikeouts were 2nd-most in the league and his 3.41 ERA 5thbest...his 10 wins ranked 5th in the FSL and 4th in the STL minor league system...was the Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for June when he posted a 3-0 record and 1.07 ERA... carried a perfect game into the 9th inning on 6/14 at Jupiter and settled for a one-hit shutout while fanning 11 in the 4-0 win. 2005 – Went 4-4 with a 3.89 ERA in his professional debut at short-season New Jersey. MISC: Attended the University of Georgia, where he was mostly used out of the bullpen...was on the 2004 team that were SEC co-champions and advanced to the College World Series...among Bulldog teammates, was selected with the lowest pick in the 2005 draft...briefly attended UT-Chattanooga to play quarterback ...graduated from Dalton HS...married the former Lele Crutchfield this past off-season...the couple reside in Dalton, Ga.

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Full Name: Christopher John Carpenter Height: 6-6 Weight: 230 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 4/27/75 at Exeter, New Hampshire Opening Day Age: 35 (Turns 36 on April 27) M.L. Service: 13.080 Became Cardinal: Signed as a free agent, December 13, 2002. Contract Status: Signed through 2011, with a club option for 2012.

COMPLETE RECORD
Team New Jersey Palm Beach Springfield ST. LOUIS Memphis 2009 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 W-L ERA G 4-4 3.89 15 10-6 3.41 27 11-7 3.84 26 3-2 7.41 8 9-3 *3.45 21 6-4 4.83 14 2-3 4.19 16 2-3 3.61 61 40-24 3.79 103 7-8 4.63 85 *Led league GS CG 14 0 +27 1 26 0 6 0 21 1 14 0 9 0 0 0 102 2 15 0 GF SHO SV IP 0 0 0 71.2 0 +1 0 145.0 0 0 0 152.1 1 0 0 34.0 0 0 0 125.1 0 0 0 76.1 2 0 0 58.0 22 0 0 67.1 0 1 0 570.2 25 0 0 159.1 H 77 153 167 42 107 90 71 60 594 173 R 38 69 86 29 52 45 28 29 290 86 ER 31 55 65 28 48 41 27 27 240 82 HR HBP BB IBB 5 5 24 0 7 8 51 0 15 10 62 2 5 2 22 0 11 2 46 0 8 4 32 1 3 4 33 0 5 4 27 2 46 29 215 3 13 10 82 2 SO WP 61 4 126 9 117 7 13 2 81 10 58 5 46 4 52 5 443 35 111 11 BK 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 BA .271 .271 .279 .304 .235 .293 .311 .243 .269 .282

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CAREER: • Has 133 career wins, ranking T16th among active pitchers in baseball. His .616 winning pct. (133-83) is 8th-best among all active pitchers. • St. Louis is 109-52 (.677 win pct.) in his starts over the past seven seasons. Has won 15 or more games for the Cardinals in each of the five seasons in which he’s made 20 or more starts. • Is 84-33 with a 2.98 ERA (1093.1 IP / 362 ER) in 160 career starts as a Cardinal. His .718 winning pct. (84-33) is tops all time for St. Louis pitchers with a min. of 100 games started. • His 84-32 record (.718 win pct.) as a starter is the best-ever by a Cardinal in first 160 starts. • His .718 win pct. ranks first among all starters over the past seven seasons. Over the past two seasons, holds the 3rd highest winning pct. in MLB (.717, M.L. WIN PCT. LEADERS 2004-10 33-13), 7th most wins (33) and 4th lowest ERA (2.78). Player, Recent Team W L Pct. • Ranks 9th in Cardinals franchise history with 882 strikeouts, only 17 behind Chris Carpenter, STL 84 33 .718 Larry Jackson for 8th. Jon Lester, BOS 61 25 .709 • Received the Player’s Choice N.L. Comeback Player of the Year award in Chien-Meng Wang, NYY 55 26 679 2009 as voted on by his peers. Also received the St. Louis BBWAA Tim Lincecum, SF 56 27 .675 Comeback Award. Roy Halladay, TOR-PHI 110 55 .667 • In 2005, was voted first Cardinals Cy Young Award winner since Bob Gibson in 1970. Shared 2005 co-St. Louis Man of the Year honors with Albert Pujols as voted by the St. Louis chapter of BBWAA and was selected as the 2005 Players Choice Award for National League Outstanding Pitcher just one year after being voted by the players as the N.L. Comeback Player of the Year in 2004. Won his 2nd-straight Players Choice N.L. Outstanding Pitcher Award in 2006. • Had the honor of being named the starting pitcher for the 2005 N.L. All-Star team. His start was the first by a Cardinals pitcher in 32 years (Rick Wise, 1973). Was also named to N.L. All-Star team in 2006 & 2010, but did not pitch. • Spent the first nine years of his pro career with the Toronto Blue Jays. Was signed by the Cardinals as a free agent in December 2002. On April 15, 2005, signed a two-year contract extension with a club option for 2008 with St. Louis...contract was renegotiated following the 2006 season when he agreed to a new deal that extends to 2011 with a club option for 2012. • Underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder on 9/4/02 after an injury-plagued 2002 season and missed all of 2003. Had elbow ligament replacement surgery (Tommy John) on 7/24/07 by team physician Dr. George Paletta and missed most of the ‘07 and ‘08 seasons. 2010 SEASON: • Led all of Major League Baseball with 35 games started, a career high. Was the first pitcher in MLB to start 35 games in a season since Bronson Arroyo with CIN in 2006 and the first Cardinals pitcher to start 35 or more since Jose DeLeon (36) in 1989. The last Cardinals pitcher to lead the league (untied) in games started was Larry Jackson with 38 in 1960 (Wainwright’s 34, T1st in 2009). • Went 16-9 for a .640 winning pct. with one complete game. The .640 winnning pct ranked 8th in the National League.

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Year Team 2009 STL vs. LAD D.S. TOTALS

W-L 0-0 0-0

ERA 0.00 0.00

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DIvISION SERIES RECORD
GS CG 0 0 0 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 1.0 1.0 H 0 0 R 0 0 ER 0 0

HR HBP 0 0 0 0

BB IBB 2 0 2 0

SO WP 1 0 1 0

BK 0 0

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REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher PCT .950 G 85 PO 15 A 23 E 2 TC 40 DP 1

REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .000 .040 G 61 85 AB 3 25 R 0 1 H 0 1 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 1 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 0 3 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 1 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 SLG OBP .000 .000 .080 .040 E 1 2

2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 2.1, 7/10 at Houston. Most Strikeouts: 4, 5/16 at Cincinnati. Most Walks: 3, 7/18 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Most Runs Allowed: 5, 8/3 vs. Houston. Most Hits Allowed: 4, twice. Last: 8/3 vs. Houston. Most HRs Allowed: 1, five times. Last: 9/11 at Atlanta. Longest Winning Streak: 2 games, 6/5-9/6. Longest Losing Streak: 2 games, 4/20-5/26. Longest Scoreless Streak: 9.0 IP, 5/27-6/24.

CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 7.0, 9/5/09 at Pittsburgh. Most IP (Reliever): 2.1, 7/10/10 at Houston. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 9, 4/30/09 at Washington. Most Strikeouts (Reliever): 4, 5/16/10 at Cincinnati. Most Walks (Starter): 6, 7/3/08 vs. New York Mets. Most Walks (Reliever): 3, two times. Last: 7/18/10 vs. L.A. Dodgers. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 11, 7/3/08 vs. New York Mets. Most Runs Allowed (Reliever): 5, 8/3/10 vs. Houston. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 10, 7/3/08 vs. New York Mets. Most Hits Allowed (Reliever): 4, three times. Last: 8/3/10 vs. Houston. Most HRs Allowed: 1, 13 times. Last: 9/11/10 at Atlanta. Longest Winning Streak: 3 games, 6/10-28/08. Longest Losing Streak: 2 games, three times. Last: 4/20-5/26/10. Longest Scoreless Streak: 9.0 IP, 5/27-6/24.

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• His 235.0 innings pitched ranked 3rd in baseball and 2nd in the N.L. and he was T6th in the N.L. in wins (16). Carp ranked 14th in strikeouts (179) and 16th in ERA (3.22) among N.L. pitchers. • His 12 home wins were T1st in the Majors (Wainwright, Halladay, Verlander). His 134.1 IP at home ranked 2nd in the N.L., while his 2.81 home ERA was 9th. • Allowed 21 HRs (14 solo) in his 35 starts after allowing 7 HRs total in all of 2009. • Walked 63 batters, ranking 10th in the N.L. with a 2.41 BB/9.0 IP ratio. • His 214 hits allowed were 5th in the N.L., 99 runs allowed 10th and hit 13 batters for 2nd most in the N.L. • Had three games with double-digit strikeouts, including a season high of 11 on 9/5 vs. CIN. Marked the 2nd consecutive season with three double-digit strikeout games (15 career). • Went 5-0 with a 1.78 ERA in five starts against N.L. Central rival Cincinnati. Has posted 10 straight wins over the Reds dating back to 8/15/06. • Was St. Louis Opening Day starter on 4/5 in Cincinnati and earned the win in the 11-6 victory. • Struck out 10 batters in back-to-back starts, 4/16 vs. NYM and 4/21 at ARI. The 20 K’s equaled his career high for K’s over two games. He’d had 20 K’s over two starts three previous times. • Lost four consecutive starts (9/10-25) for the first time in his career. • Allowed Cardinals first and only grand slam of the season to Brad Davis in a 4-0 loss at FLA (9/20). • Finished the season with a complete game vs. COL on 9/30. It was his first of the season and 29th career, ranking 6th among active pitchers. • Was one of 13 pitchers in the Majors to hit a home run in 2010 (9/10 at ATL), and one of five pitchers to hit a HR in each of the last two seasons (Gallardo, Haren, Owings, Zambrano). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Finished 2nd in the National League Cy Young voting...was the Player’s Choice for N.L. Comeback Player of the Year and choosen by the Boston BBWAA as the Tony Conigliaro Award winner...named the Wilbur "Bullet" Rogan Award winner as the Negro League’s choice for National League Pitcher of theYear... was the first Cardinals pitcher to win the N.L. ERA title (2.24) since Joe Magrane (2.18) in 1988...led the N.L. in ERA (2.00) in the day and was 2nd in road ERA (2.05)...his .810 winning pct. (17-4) led the majors...allowed just 7 HR’s, the lowest HR/9 IP ratio (0.33) in the majors...his 1.78 walks/9 IP ratio ranked 3rd in the N.L....was 11-0 vs. N.L. Central foes with a 1.58 ERA and .205 opponent’s BA....his 11-game winning streak from 7/5-9/7 was the longest in the Majors...was the 2nd double-digit win streak of his career (13 straight in 2005); he & Bob Gibson (three times; 15 in 1968, 10 in 1970 & 11 in 1972) are the only Cardinals with two or more winning streaks of 10 or more...his 0.71 ERA after first six starts was the lowest ever by a Cardinals pitcher in first six starts to begin a season...he became lone Cardinals pitcher in data since 1954 to not allow an earned run in first four starts to begin a season...he lost back-to-back starts 6/25 & 6/30 for just the 3rd time as a Cardinal...was the N.L. Pitcher of the Month for August when he went 5-0 with a 2.20 ERA in six starts, walked 7 and fanned 37...had a one-hit shutout with 10 K’s on Labor Day (9/7 at MIL), the second of his career; Bob Gibson (1970 & 1971) and Ernie Broglio (1960) are the only other Cardinals pitchers to fan 10 or more in a shutout while limiting the opponent to one hit or less...hit his first career HR, a grand slam in 10/1 win at CIN-the 10th slam by a Cardinals pitcher and he also drove in six runs, a Cardinals record for a pitcher. 2009 POSTSEASON - Started Game 1 of the Division Series vs. Los Angeles in LA, allowing four runs in the 5-3 loss. 2008 – Returned to ML action for first time since Opening Day, 2007, but his return was short-lived after he experienced shoulder problems that forced him from his start on 8/10 at CHI...was on DL, rehabbing from elbow surgery, until 7/30...made a pair of rehab starts (7/20 at Springfield-AA and 7/24 at Memphis-AAA)... returned to DL from 8/11 to 9/1...made his first relief appearance since 2000 on 9/2 at ARI, a span of 144 starts between relief outings...following 9/2 outing at ARI, he was shut down for the remainder of the season due to nerve irritation leading to his right shoulder...after a series of shoulder exams by nerve specialists, he opted not to undergo surgery following the season...underwent right elbow surgery to transpose the ulnar nerve on 11/4 performed by Dr. George Paletta. 2007 – Honored with his third-straight Cardinals Opening Day starting assignment on 4/1 vs. NYM, Major League baseball’s first game of the season...complained of stiffness and soreness in his right elbow the day after his opening night start and was seen by Dr. George Paletta and diagnosed with inflammation in his right elbow...placed on the DL on 4/10 (retroactive to 4/2) with moderate arthritis and a mild impingement in the elbow with no evidence of acute ligament injury...after two rehab starts with the Class-A Palm Beach club, swelling returned to his elbow...had elbow ligament replacement surgery (Tommy John) on 7/24 by team physician, Dr. Paletta and missed the remainder of the season. 2006 – Followed his Cy Young year with a 15-8 record & 3.09 ERA, which ranked 2nd in the N.L. and 3rd in the majors...was the 2006 Opening Day starter at PHI for St. Louis and earned his first win...blanked the Pirates over 8.0 IP allowing just two hits on 4/19 at PNC Park and recorded his 1,000th career strikeout (McLouth) in the 6th...was placed on the 15-day DL retroactive to 5/22 with scapulothoracic bursitis in his right shoulder and was activated on 6/6 prior to start vs. CIN...showed his Cy Young form in 6/13 start at PIT as he fanned a career and team-season high 13 batters in 7.0 IP...combined with Flores & Isringhausen for the Cardinals first ever shutout win (1-0) in Denver on 7/25 in his first career appearance at Coors Field... earned 100th career win 9/16 vs. SF and was named N.L. Player of the Week (Sept. 11-17) on the strength of that win & 9/11 shutout victory over the Astros for his third Player of the Week selection (also July13-16 & August 14-20). 2006 POSTSEASON - Went 3-1 in five postseason starts, improving his career mark in postseason play to 5-1...his five postseason wins from 2005-06 were the most in the majors...won Game 3 of the WS with 8.0 brilliant IP...allowed just three Detroit hits, walked none and fanned six in the Cardinals 5-0 victory, the first World Series game to be played in new Busch Stadium...was charged with the loss in NLCS Game 6, allowing two runs over 6.0 innings...threw just 76 pitches in his start, but a leadoff HR to Jose Reyes and three singles in the fourth for one run gave the Mets a 2-0 lead and they went on to win, 4-2...did not get a decision in the team’s win in Game 2 ofthe NLCS, a start in which he allowed three first-inning runs and a run in the second and fifth, including two homers to Carlos Delgado...St. Louis won both games Chris started in the DS vs. SD: Game 1 at SD and Game 4 at STL...he allowed one run over 6.1 innings in Game 1 and two runs in 7.0+ innings in Game 4 ...became the first Cardinal with three DS wins and the second Cards pitcher to win two games in a DS (Jeff Fassero-2002). 2005 – Won the 2005 National League Cy Young Award after posting the best year of his career, going 21-5 in 33 starts... voted first Cardinals Cy Young Award winner since Bob Gibson in 1970...shared 2005 Co-St. Louis Man of the Year honors with Albert Pujols as voted by the St. Louis chapter of BBWAA... Carpenter was selected as the 2005 Players Choice Award for National League Outstanding Pitcher, just one year after being voted by the players as the N.L. Comeback Player of the Year in 2004...was honored as The Sporting News N.L. Pitcher of the Year and by MLB.com as the Major League Starting Pitcher of the Year...had the honor of being named starting pitcher for the 2005 N.L. All-Stars and pitched 1.0 inning, allowing no runs and two hits...his start was the first by a Cardinals pitcher in 32 years (Rick Wise, 1973)...St. Louis won each of his 17 starts from 6/14-9/13 and won 26 of his 33 regular season starts on the year and all three of his starts in the postseason...had a careerbest 13-game winning streak from 6/14-9/8 in which he recorded a 1.36 ERA (132.1 IP/20 ER) in 16 starts that included three shutouts and six complete games...he became the first pitcher in live-ball era (1920 to date) to go undefeated in 16 consecutive starts (13-0) while pitching at least 7.0 innings and allowing no more than three runs in any of those games...posted quality starts in 27 of 33 outings, including 22-straight before failing to do so on 9/13...he was the first N.L. pitcher since Bob Gibson (22) in 1968 to post 22 consecutive quality starts...became the majors first 20-game winner on 9/3 and became the quickest Cardinal to 20 wins (28th start) since Dizzy Dean in 1934 (23 starts)... became the 31st Cardinal to post 20 wins in a single season and only the 7th since the beginning of divisional play in 1969...his .923 road winning pct. is tops all-time among Cardinals (min. 10 wins)...posted wins in 10 consecutive road starts from 5/18-9/3, becoming the first N.L. player to accomplish the feat since Bob Gibson in 1970 won 12 straight road starts...ranked second in the N.L. in innings pitched, wins, strikeouts, winning pct. and 5th in ERA...recorded a career-high 21.2 IP scoreless streak (6/257/6)...his four shutouts were the most by a Cardinal since John Tudor recorded 10 in 1985...became the first Cardinal since 1989 (Jose DeLeon, 201) to strikeout 200 batters in a single season...joined an elite group with just two other St. Louis pitchers when he recorded 13 wins before the All-Star Break (Joaquin Andujar: 15-4 in 1985 & 13-6 in ‘84 and Kent Bottenfield: 14-3 in

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last four starts from 7/29 through 8/13 before being placed on the disabled list with looseness in his right shoulder on 8/15 (retroactive to 8/14)...was transferred to the 60-day D.L. 9/2...had arthroscopic surgery on 9/4 to repair slap lesion (labrum tear) in his right shoulder...missed a total of 112 games while on the D.L...was outrighted to Syracuse on 10/9, refused assignment and elected for free agency. 2001 - Led the Blue Jays in innings pitched, strikeouts, complete games, shutouts and quality starts (17)...it was his first career 200-inning season...from 7/1 to 8/19 suffered through a careerhigh seven-game losing streak over 10 starts to see his record drop from 7-4 to 7-11...on 7/6 vs. MON recorded his 500th career strikeout against Lee Stevens. 2000 - Earned his first win of the season with a complete game victory over the Yankees on 4/21, the first of three consecutive wins to even his record at 3-3 by 5/1...tossed second complete game (8.0) of the season in a 4-3 loss at TB on 5/12...made 20 consecutive starts before appearing in relief on 7/22 vs. BAL. 1999 - Went 9-8 in 24 starts with four complete games and a shutout prior to season-ending elbow surgery on 9/16...surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews to remove a bone spur... was on the D.L. 6/3-28 with inflammation in his right elbow...tossed a CG shutout in second start after the D.L. on 7/3 vs. TB, won 50 allowing just three hits for his third career shutout. 1998 - Tossed a complete game four-hit shutout on 7/4 vs. TB, his first complete game and shutout of the season...struck out a season-high 10 batters 7/16 at CWS to set a then career high. 1997 - Made seven starts with Syracuse (AAA) and posted a 13 record with a 3.88 ERA...his contract was purchased by Toronto on 5/10...started and lost his major league debut on 5/12 at MIN, 12-2 (3.0 IP, 8 H, 7 R, 5 ER, 3 BB, 5 K)...his first ML strikeout was Paul Molitor...in his debut he became the sixth-youngest Blue Jays pitcher to start a game (22 years, 18 days)... captured his first major league win in his sixth start on 8/19 [1] at CWS... became the ninth Blue Jays rookie to throw a shutout on 9/9 as he defeated ANA, 2-0 (9.0IP, 3H)...was the first Blue Jays rookie to toss a shutout since John Cerutti in 1986. 1994 - 1996 - Spent the 1996 season with Knoxville (AA) in the Southern League and led the club with 28 starts, 171.1 innings pitched and 150 strikeouts...following the ‘96 season pitched for Phoenix in the Arizona Fall League, earning club MVP honors... was 2-0 in 10 starts and finished second in the league with a 2.33 ERA and third in strikeouts with 43...pitched at Medicine Hat (R) in 1994 and finished third in the Pioneer League in ERA (2.76). MISC: Graduated in 1993 from Trinity High School in Manchester, N.H., where he earned Athlete-of-the-Year honors as a senior... was selected all-state for three years in both baseball and hockey and was a member of the Boston Globe All-Scholastic team as a senior...captured state championship in baseball in 1992...played American Legion, Babe Ruth and Little League...on his behalf, MLBPA Trust contributed $20,000 to Kristen’s Gift in Lebanon, NH in recognition of his 2005 NL Outstanding Pitcher Award...was voted by his teammates as the recipient of the 2006 Darryl Kile award...he and his wife, Alyson, have a son, Sam, and daughter, Ava, and make their off-season home in St. Louis. CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 9.0, 26 times. Last 9/30/10 vs. Colorado. Most IP (Relief): 6.0, 5/23/97 vs. Anaheim. Most Strikeouts: 13, 6/13/06 at Pittsburgh. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 7, 8/13/00 at Minnesota. Most Walks: 9, 8/16/99 vs. Seattle. Most Walks (Relief): 3, 5/23/97 vs. Anaheim. Most Runs Allowed: 10, 8/4/98 at Texas. Most Hits Allowed: 12, five times. Last: 9/26/06 at San Diego. Most HRs Allowed: 4, 4/1/02 at Boston. Longest Winning Streak: 13 games, 6/3-9/8/05. Longest Losing Streak: 7 games, 6/1-8/19/01. Longest Scoreless Streak: 31.0 IP, 6/27-7/24/02. Complete Games: 29. Last: 9/30/10 vs. Colorado. Low-Hit Complete Game: 1 hit, twice. Last: 9/7/09 at Milwaukee. Shutouts: 13. Last: 9/7/09 at Milwaukee. 10+ Strikeout Games: 15. Last: 9/5/10 vs. Cincinnati (11). Last Relief Appearance: 9/2/08 at Arizona.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 1994 Medicine Hat 1995 Knoxville Dunedin 1996 Knoxville 1997 Syracuse Toronto 1998 Toronto 1999 St. Catharines# Toronto 2000 Toronto 2001 Toronto 2002 Toronto Tennessee# Syracuse# 2003 ST. LOUIS Memphis # Tennessee# Palm Beach# 2004 ST. LOUIS 2005 ST. LOUIS 2006 ST. LOUIS 2007 ST. LOUIS Palm Beach# 2008 ST. LOUIS Springfield# Memphis# 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS A.L. TOTALS ST. LOUIS TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS *Led league. W-L 6-3 3-7 3-5 7-9 4-9 3-7 12-7 0-0 9-8 10-12 11-11 4-5 0-1 0-1 ERA 2.76 5.18 2.17 3.94 4.50 5.09 4.37 4.50 4.38 6.26 4.09 5.28 8.20 4.50 G 15 12 15 28 19 14 33 1 24 34 34 13 5 1 GS CG 15 0 12 0 15 0 28 1 19 3 13 1 24 1 1 0 24 4 27 2 34 3 13 1 5 0 1 0 3 1 4 28 33 32 1 2 3 1 1 28 *35 135 160 295 0 0 0 1 +7 5 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 12 17 29 GF SHO SV IP H R 0 0 0 84.2 76 40 0 0 0 64.1 71 47 0 0 0 99.1 83 29 0 0 0 171.1 161 94 0 2 0 120.0 113 64 1 1 0 81.1 108 55 4 1 0 175.0 177 97 0 0 0 4.0 5 2 0 1 0 150.0 177 81 1 0 0 175.1 204 130 0 2 0 215.2 229 112 0 0 0 73.1 89 45 0 0 0 18.2 26 18 0 0 0 6.0 8 3 INJURED- DID NOT PLAY 0 0 0 8.1 11 5 0 0 0 3.1 7 5 0 0 0 7.0 6 3 0 0 0 182.0 169 75 0 4 0 241.2 204 82 0 +3 0 221.2 194 81 0 0 0 6.0 9 5 0 0 0 4.1 7 5 0 0 0 15.1 16 5 0 0 0 4.0 1 0 0 0 0 5.2 4 2 0 1 0 192.2 156 49 0 0 0 235.0 214 99 6 5 0 870.2 984 520 0 8 0 1094.1 962 396 6 13 0 1965.0 1946 916 ER 26 37 24 75 60 46 85 2 73 122 98 43 17 3 5 5 1 70 76 76 5 3 3 0 2 48 84 467 362 829 HR HBP 3 8 3 1 3 4 13 8 16 3 7 2 18 5 0 0 16 3 30 5 29 16 11 4 5 0 1 0 0 1 1 24 18 21 0 0 0 0 0 7 21 111 91 202 BB IBB 39 0 31 1 50 0 91 4 53 0 37 0 61 1 1 0 48 1 83 1 75 5 27 0 8 0 2 0 SO WP 80 9 53 9 56 9 150 8 97 8 55 7 136 5 6 1 106 9 113 3 157 5 45 3 9 2 6 1 0 0 0 4 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 32 16 48 BK 2 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 BA .243 .284 .229 .250 .257 .325 .265 .294 .294 .290 .274 .306 .338 .320 .333 .438 .222 .245 .231 .235 .346 .333 .286 .077 .190 .226 .244 .287 .237 .260

2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 9.0, 9/30 vs. Colorado. Most Strikeouts: 11, 9/5 vs. Cincinnati. Most Walks: 5, 6/13 at Arizona. Most Runs Allowed: 8, twice. Last: 9/10 at Atlanta. Most Hits Allowed: 10, twice. Last: 8/26 at Washington. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 4/11 at Milwaukee. Longest Winning Streak: 5 games, 5/18-6/28. Longest Losing Streak: 4 games, 9/10-25. Longest Scoreless Streak: 18.0 IP, 6/18-28. Complete Games: 1, 9/30 vs. Colorado. Low-Hit Complete Game: 4, 9/30 vs. Colorado. 10+ Strikeout Games: 3. Last: 9/5 vs. Cincinnati (11).

0-0 5.40 3 0-1 13.50 1 0-1 1.29 4 15-5 3.46 28 21-5 2.83 33 15-8 3.09 32 0-1 7.50 1 0-1 6.23 2 0-1 1.76 4 0-0 0.00 1 0-1 3.18 1 17-4 *2.24 28 16-9 3.22 35 49-50 4.83 152 84-33 2.98 161 133-83 3.80 313

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DIvISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2005 STL vs. SD 2006 STL vs. SD 2009 STL vs. LAD D.S. TOTALS W-L 1-0 2-0 0-1 3-1 ERA 0.00 2.03 7.20 2.59 G 1 2 1 4 GS CG 1 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 6.0 13.1 5.0 24.1 H 3 12 9 24 R 0 3 4 7 ER 0 3 4 7 HR HBP 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 BB IBB 3 0 4 0 4 0 11 0 SO WP 3 0 12 0 3 0 18 0 BK 0 0 0 0 BA .158 .245 .409 .267

LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2005 STL vs. HOU 2006 STL vs. NY L.C.S. TOTALS W-L 1-0 0-1 1-1 ERA 3.00 5.73 4.15 G 2 2 4 GS CG 2 0 2 0 4 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 15.0 11.0 26.0 H 14 13 27 R 6 7 13 ER 5 7 12 HR HBP 2 1 3 1 5 2 BB IBB 4 0 4 0 8 0 SO WP 9 0 5 0 14 0 BK 0 0 0 BA .255 .302 .276

WORLD SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2006 STL vs. DET W-L 1-0 ERA 0.00 G 1 GS CG 1 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 8.0 H 3 R 0 ER 0 HR HBP 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 SO WP 6 1 BK 0 BA .120

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ALL-STAR RECORD
Year Team W-L ERA 2005 National* 0-0 0.00 2006 National 2010 National ALL-STAR TOTALS 0-0 0.00 *Named as the starting pitcher. G 1 GS CG 1 0 GF SHO SV IP H 0 0 0 1.0 2 Selected - Did Not Pitch Selected - Did Not Pitch 0 0 0 1.0 2 R 0 ER 0 HR HBP 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 SO WP 0 0 BK 0 BA .500

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Full Name: Matthew Martin Carpenter Height: 6-3 Weight: 200 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: 11/26/85 at Galveston, Texas Opening Day Age: 25 M.L. Service: 0.000

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REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher PCT .982 G 313 PO 157 A 226 E 7 TC 390 DP 29

REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG G .111 35 .110 313 AB 72 362 R 2 16 H 8 40 2B 3B HR 0 0 1 5 0 2 RBI SH 4 10 16 38 SF HBP 0 1 1 2 BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 1 0 25 0 0 2 .153 .135 10 0 117 0 1 5 .141 .139 E 1 7
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Home Runs: 10/1/09 at CIN (K. Wells, 2nd inning, grand slam); 9/10/10 at ATL (M. Minor, 4th inning).

INFIELDER
CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the first round (15th overall) of the June 1993 free-agent draft. • On Toronto disabled list (right elbow inflammation) June 13-28, 1999; included rehabilitation assignment at St. Catharines (A), June 23-28. • On Toronto disabled list (posterior muscle tendinitis, right shoulder), April 12-20, 2002. • On Toronto disabled list (posterior muscle tendinitis, right shoulder) April 22 to June 21, 2002; included rehabilitation assignment at Tennessee (AA), May 23 to June 1, and Syracuse (AAA), June 16. • On Toronto disabled list (loosenes in right shoulder), August 14 through remainder of season, 2002. • Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent, December 13, 2002. • Re-Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals to a one-year contract with a club option for 2005, December 1, 2003. • Re-Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals to a two-year contract extension through 2007 with a club option for 2008, April 15, 2005. • On St. Louis disabled list (scapulothoracic bursitis, right shoulder), May 22 to June 5, 2006. • Re-Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals to a five-year contract extension through 2011 with a club option for 2012, December 4, 2006. • On St. Louis disabled list (right elbow), April 10 to end of season, 2007; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Palm Beach, July 2-12. • On St. Louis disabled list (right elbow), March 21 to July 30, 2008; included injury rehabilitation assignments to Springfield (AA), July 20, and Memphis (AAA), July 24. • On St. Louis disabled list (right shoulder), August 11 to Sept. 1, 2008. • On St. Louis disabled list (left oblique), April 15 to May 20, 2009.

NON-ROSTER INVITEE

2010 SEASON: • Named Cardinals 2010 Minor League Player of the Year, batting .309 with 13 home runs, 69 RBI and 31 doubles. Led all Cardinals minor leaguers with 93 runs, 153 hits and a .418 on-base percentage. Also tallied 41 multi-hit games, including 17 three-hit games. • Played in 133 games, beginning the season with 28 at Palm Beach (A), before being promoted to Springfield on 5/10, where he played the rest of the season (105 games). • Selected as a reserve to the North Squad in the Texas League All-Star game. Went 0-for-2, playing four innings at third base. • Named to the Texas League Post-Season All-Star team as the designated hitter. • Honored as the Texas League Player-of-the-Week twice (7/19-25, .345, 4 HR, 9 RBI, 9 runs) and (8/2-8, .593, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 10 runs, 2 SB). • Ranked 4th in the Texas Lg. in batting (.316) and walks (64), 3rd in on-base percentage (.412) and 5th in runs scored (76). • Posted an on-base streak of 26 consecutive games (7/30-8/25), the fifth longest in the Texas League. • Tallied a career-high four hits in a game twice (7/13 vs. MID & 8/6 at TUL). • Hit safely in 21 of his first 23 games upon promotion to Springfield (.400, 38-for-95) with 11 multi-hit games. • Led Texas League third basemen with a .973 fielding percentage (8 E, 293 TC), including assists (222), total chances (293) and games played at third base (104). • Reached base safely in 25 of 28 games at Palm Beach including an 11-game hit streak (4/10-22) and a 10-game walk streak (4/17-27). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Played in 70 games with three different affiliated teams, MISC: Played college ball at Texas Christian University under playing 9 games in Batavia (SS-R), 29 in Quad Cities (A), before head coach Jim Schlossnagle. Left as the TCU career leader in finishing the season with 32 games at Palm Beach (A)...ascended games played (241) and at-bats (843) and was a three-time through three levels of the Cardinals system, making him the Mountain West Conference selection...hit two home runs in the highest promoted player from the 2009 draft class landing in 2009 Austin Super Regional vs. #4 Texas...played high school Palm Beach (A)...recorded a hit in his first professional game baseball at Elkins HS in Prosper, Texas, where he was honoed (6/19 vs. AUB)...hit first professional home run off Tim Stronach as a 2004 TPX second team all-American. He graduated as the (8/28 at STL) of St. Lucie. school’s all-time leader in hits and helped lead them to the USA Today Prep National Championship in 2002...resides in Sugar Land, Texas.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2009 Batavia Quad Cities Palm Beach 2010 Palm Beach Springfield MINOR TOTALS AVG G .469 9 .295 29 .219 32 .283 28 .316 105 .300 203 AB 32 105 114 99 396 746 R H 9 15 11 31 13 25 17 28 76 125 126 224 2B 3 6 6 5 26 46 3B HR 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 1 3 12 8 15 RBI SH 3 0 10 0 9 2 16 1 53 4 91 7 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG 0 1 4 0 2 0 1 0 .563 1 3 17 0 13 2 0 3 .390 1 1 10 0 24 1 0 3 .342 0 2 26 0 14 0 1 1 .404 4 4 64 4 88 11 2 12 .487 6 11 121 4 141 14 4 19 .444 OBP E .541 0 .405 4 .286 2 .441 1 .412 8 .403 15

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AMAURY CAZANA
Full Name: Amaury Antonio Cazana Marti Height: 6-1 Weight: 212 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 9/2/78 at Matanza, Cuba Opening Day Age: 32 (Turns 33 on September 2) M.L. Service: 0.000

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2005 – Joined Elmira of the Can-Am Independent League for the final month of the season as a third baseman, batting .354 (2365) with 2 HR and 12 RBI. 2004 – Played for Matanzas in the Serie Nacional (Cuban National League) and tied for the league lead with 12 intentional walks.

Became Cardinal: Selected in 18th round (556th overall) of the June 2006 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

MISC: Played for the Cuban National “A” Team in 2002 under the name Amaury Casanas...batted .423 as the starting right fielder and helped the team to a gold medal in the Intercontinental Cup...won the World Port Tournament Home Run King title in 2001...defected from Cuba by speedboat to Mexico in 2005...resides in Miami, Fla.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG G 2006 Palm Beach .282 20 Springfield .227 40 2007 Minatitlan (Mex.).337 96 Springfield .308 30 2008 Memphis .266 28 Mexico (Mex.) .420 52 2009 Oaxaca (Mex.) .356 69 2010 Memphis .305 78 Minatitlan (Mex.).380 29 MINOR TOTALS .282 196 MEXICAN LG. TOTALS.365 246 AB 85 132 362 107 94 188 247 256 108 674 905 R H 17 24 17 30 66 122 24 33 11 25 45 79 42 88 35 78 14 41 104 190 167 330 2B 6 4 26 5 6 14 17 10 3 31 60 3B HR RBI SH 0 4 16 0 0 6 13 0 4 15 71 1 0 6 20 0 0 3 12 0 1 7 46 1 2 13 40 0 0 13 54 0 0 4 20 0 0 32 115 0 7 39 177 2 SF HBP 0 0 0 4 3 7 1 2 1 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 6 6 12 BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 9 0 26 3 1 2 .494 .351 13 1 41 1 1 8 .394 .315 38 2 54 1 3 13 .555 .407 9 1 23 1 0 0 .523 .370 5 0 25 1 0 4 .426 .300 26 1 39 6 5 5 .617 .493 25 2 54 2 3 8 .599 .417 19 1 51 0 0 9 .496 .353 9 1 14 2 1 2 .519 .432 55 3 166 6 2 23 .470 .341 98 6 161 11 12 28 .576 .431 E 0 0 4 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 8

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NON-ROSTER INVITEE

2010 SEASON: • Split his season of 107 games between Memphis (AAA) and the Minatitlan Petroleros of the Mexican League, playing in 78 games in Memphis, before getting loaned to Minatitlan from 6/6 to 7/26 for 29 games. • Belted career highs for Memphis with 13 home runs and 54 RBI, as well as a career high with 78 games in a minor season. • Played in 78 games for Memphis, starting 48 in the outfield and 16 as designated hitter. • Tallied a season high six RBI vs. Salt Lake (8/18), going 3-for-4. • Had 20 multi-hit games, eight games of three-hits and two four-hit games. • Hit left-handed pitchers at a .318 clip with 4 HR, while hitting right-handers for a .295 BA with 9 HR. • Batted .355 with runners in scoring position (27-76, 4 HR, 43 RBI). • Finest day for Minatitlan came on 6/25 at Veracruz going 4-for-5 with 2 HR, 7 RBI, including a grand slam for 11 total bases. • Finished his time with Minatitlan on a 14-game hitting streak (.423, 22-52), the second longest on the team (17). The 14-game hitting streak was one game removed from a 10-game hitting streak, hitting safely in 24 of last 25 games. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Played 69 games on loan to the Oaxaca Guerreros of the Mexican League...finished 2nd on the team with a .356 BA...hit 13 HR and 40 RBI to finish with a 1.016 OPS...hammered out a 21-game hitting streak (.440, 37-84), T-5th longest in the Mexican League and 2nd longest on Oaxaca...batted .407 in June (35-86), his best month...hit right-handed pitchers at a .360 clip with 12 HR and left-handed pitchers at .341 with 1 HR...batted .358 with runners in scoring position (24-67) and hit one grand slam at Quintana Roo (4/5). 2008 – Began the season playing 28 games for Memphis (AAA) before getting loaned to the Mexico Diablos Rojos of the Mexican League on 5/20 where he would play 52 games to finish the season...hit safely in 18-of-28 games in Memphis...crushed a team leading .420 for Mexico, but did not qualify for the league leaders...began his season with Mexico on a 12-game hitting streak (.413, 19-46, 3 HR, 15 RBI)...tallied an outstanding 1.110 OPS and had an RBI in 17 of his first 26 games including a 7game streak from 5/29-6/8...batted .314 (54-127) with 7 HR and 34 RBI for Licey of the Dominican Winter League, the 34 RBI were T5th in the league. 2007 – Played in a career-high 126 games between the Mexican League and Texas League...was on loan to the Minatitlan Petroleros (96 games) of the Mexican League from 4/4 to 7/29, then returned and assigned to Springfield (AA) for 30 games...took his team’s triple crown honors batting .337 with 15 HR and 71 RBI...rapped out 38 multi-hit games and 10 games with three hits or more...batted .391 (36-92) with runners in scoring position with 7 HR and 56 RBI...hit right-handed pitchers at a .354 clip with 13 HR and 60 RBI...led Mexican League outfielders with 19 outfield assists. 2006 – Played in 60 games, starting with 20 at Palm Beach (A) before getting promoted to Springfield (AA) for his final 40 games...first professional hit was a home run off the top of the Marlins clubhouse at Roger Dean Stadium in his second professional at-bat vs. St. Lucie (6/12)...hit safely in 14-of-20 games at Palm Beach with seven multiple-hit games...arrived at Springfield and started with a five-game hitting streak...had a hot July batting .305 (18-59) with 4 HR and 8 RBI...played for the Peoria Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League where he finished T6th in batting at .345 and led the squad with four home runs.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• • • • • • • • • Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 18th round (556th overall) of the June 2006 First Year Player Draft. Loaned to Petroleros de Minatitlan of the Mexican League on April 2, 2007. Returned from Petroleros de Minatitlan and assigned to Springfield on July 31, 2007. Loaned to Diablos Rojos del Mexico of the Mexican League on May 19, 2008. Returned from Diablos Rojos del Mexico and assigned to Memphis on September 9, 2008. Loaned to Guerreros de Oaxaca of the Mexican League on March 30, 2009. Returned from Guerreros de Oaxaca and assigned to Memphis on August 2, 2009. Loaned to Petroleros de Minatitlan of the Mexican League on June 6, 2010. Returned from Petroleros de Minatitlan and assigned to Memphis on July 26, 2010.

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ADRON CHAMBERS
Full Name: Adron Lamar Chambers Height: 5-10 Weight: 185 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 10/8/86 at Pensacola, Florida Opening Day Age: 24 M.L. Service: 0.000

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Full Name: Maikel Cleto Height: 6-3 Weight: 235 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 5/1/89 at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Opening Day Age: 21 (Turns 22 on May 1) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Acquired from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for INF Brendan Ryan, December 12, 2010. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

OUTFIELDER
2010 SEASON: • Played in 112 games between Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA). Batted .290 in Memphis and .282 in Springfield. • Posted a team best .452 BA (14-31) in Memphis during the month of August. • Batted .310 (22-71) with runners in scoring position with 28 RBI and recorded 25 multi-hit games for his entire season. • Ranked T10th among Cardinals minor leaguers with 14 SB and T4th with four triples. • Batted .328 (22-67, 2 HR, 13 RBI ) in Springfield in June prompting a promotion to Memphis following the Triple-A all-star break, in which he started with a six-game hitting streak. • Had nine outfield assists between Springfield and Memphis. His eight OF assists in Springfield ranked T10th in the Texas League. • Selected to the Texas League All-Star Game and went 0-for-2 as a pinch-hitter and defensive replacement in centerfield. • Played in 18 games for the Suprise Rafters of the Arizona Fall League. Batted .333 (T-14th) with 1 HR, 10 RBI and was a perfect 10-for-10 in stolen bases ranking second in the league. Hit safely in 14-of-18 games. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Led all of professional baseball (minors and majors) with 16 triples, becoming the first Cardinals minor league since Ray Lankford (1988) to hit 16 triples in a season...named Florida State League player of the week (6/15-21) batting .500 (9-18) with five RBI and all multi-hit games...finished fifth in the FSL in OBP (.370) and 11th in batting (.283)...ranked sixth among Cardinals minor leaguers in runs (66) and hits (127)...registered 41 multihit games including a streak of seven consecutive multi-hit games (6/15-6/24) batting .533 (16-30) with a home run and 7 RBI during that span...played in 122 games at Palm Beach, sixth most in franchise history and led team with 47 walks...tallied 41 multi-hit games...tied for 4th in the FSL with 11 outfield assists. 2008 – Played all three outfield positions through 95 games at Quad Cities (A), second most games played on squad...led the team with seven triples and 10 HBP, while ranking second on the team with 56 runs, 13 stolen bases and 33 walks...recorded eight outfield assists...had a nine-game hitting streak from 7/16-28 (11-36, .305)...hit first professional home run off Justin Miller at GLL (7/27). 2007 – Played in 36 games at Johnson City (R)...recorded first pro hit,going 2-for-4 with 3 RBI and a stolen base vs. BLU (7/10)...batted .349 (15-43) at home. MISC: Graduated from Pensacola (HS), Fla., where he was primarily a football star...played quarterback and was the Pensacola News-Journal All-Area Offensive Player of the year producing 2,800 yards of total offense and scored 25 touchdowns...was recruited by Mississippi State to play football and played in five games with a game-winning interception vs. UAB...resides in Pensacola, Florida.

PITCHER
2010 SEASON: • Spent the entire season with High Desert (A) in the California League…went 4-9, 6.16 in 23 games (21 GS)…averaged 7.3 strikeouts per 9 IP. • Allowed 1 ER and struck out 7 in 5.0 innings in first start April 10 at Lake Elsinore. • Removed from second start after 3.2 innings and landed on the disabled list 4/16-5/14 with a right shoulder strain. • Had longest start of the year throwing eight innings 7/23 at SJO (8.0,9,3,3,0,6,HR). • Made six starts for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League posting a 2-1 record with a 7.91 ERA. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Started eight games for Clinton (A) of the Midwest League during an injury-plagued season, yet still managed nearly a strikeout per inning...was on the disabled list from 6/13-22 with a strained right calf muscle and again from 7/7-8/14 with a strained left oblique muscle...made one rehab start with the Arizona Summer League Mariners on 6/21. 2008 – Started 22 games (25 app.) for Savannah (A) of the South Atlantic League, before a promotion to make one start for St. Lucie (A) of the Florida State League 8/29 vs. BRE in the second game of a doubleheader...made 10 quality starts including five straight from 6/12-7/4...threw a career high 140.2 innings combined with 82 strikeouts and a 5-12 record...led the SAL with 25 wild pitches...began the season in the bullpen before moving to a starting role full time on 4/20...struck out a career-high nine batters through six innings 5/12 vs. ASH...earned first win of the season in his only career complete game shutout 5/22 at AUG, allowing just three hits and fanning two...was traded to the Seattle Mariners on 12/11 in a three-team, 12-player deal which sent J.J. Putz to the New York Mets. 2007 – Pitched in 11 games, starting four for the Gulf Coast League Mets...won first professional game 8/20 vs. GCL Nationals, throwing four innings of one-hit ball in relief. MISC: Attended Escuela Nocturna San Felipe...originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by the New York Mets on August 10, 2006...resides in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic...name is pronounced Michael Clay-tow. H 34 140 5 35 3 125 342 R 21 78 5 20 6 81 211 ER 19 64 5 15 1 70 174 HR HBP BB IBB 2 2 25 0 8 7 34 0 1 0 2 0 4 2 11 0 0 1 1 0 10 7 44 0 25 19 117 0 SO WP 28 8 81 *25 1 0 24 2 1 0 83 19 218 54 BK 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 BA .270 .268 .278 .321 .500 .305 .287

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team W-L ERA G GS CG 2007 GCL Mets 1-2 5.03 11 4 0 2008 Savannah 5-11 4.25 25 22 1 St. Lucie 0-1 9.00 1 1 0 2009 Clinton 0-3 5.33 8 8 0 AZL Mariners# 0-1 13.50 1 0 0 2010 High Desert 4-9 6.16 23 21 0 MINOR TOTALS 10-27 5.17 69 56 1 * Led League #Injury Rehabilitation Assignment GF SHO SV IP 2 0 1 34.0 0 1 0 135.2 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 25.1 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 0 102.1 2 1 1 303.0

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2007 Johnson City 2008 Quad Cities 2009 Palm Beach 2010 Springfield Memphis MINOR TOTALS AVG G AB .279 36 111 .238 95 336 .283 122 448 .282 75 252 .290 37 69 .271 365 1216 R H 16 31 56 80 66 127 52 71 11 20 201 329 2B 3B HR 7 1 0 13 7 3 17*16 1 9 5 5 0 1 1 46 30 10 RBI SH 10 2 25 2 46 4 27 2 8 1 116 11 SF HBP BB IBB SO 1 5 10 0 21 3 10 33 0 66 2 16 47 0 96 0 7 31 0 50 1 3 9 0 18 7 41 130 0 251 SB CS GDP SLG 6 5 1 .360 13 8 2 .345 21 12 7 .400 8 4 2 .417 6 1 0 .362 54 30 12 .382 OBP E .362 4 .322 5 .370 6 .376 4 .390 1 .359 20

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Signed as a non-drafted free agent by the New York Mets on August 10, 2006. • Acquired by the Seattle Mariners in a three-team, 12-player, deal sending RHP J.J. Putz to the New York Mets on December 11, 2008. • Acquired by the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for INF Brendan Ryan on December 12, 2010.

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ZACK COX
Full Name: Zackary Kendrick Cox Height: 6-0 Weight: 215 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: 5/9/89 at Louisville, Kentucky Opening Day Age: 21 (Turns 22 on May 9) M.L. Service: 0.016

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Became Cardinal: Selected in 1st round (25th overall) of the June 2010 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2013.

Full Name: Allen Thomas Craig Height: 6-2 Weight: 210 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 7/18/84 at Mission Viejo, Calif. Opening Day Age: 26 (Turns 27 on July 18) M.L. Service: 0.077 Became Cardinal: Selected in the 8th round (256th overall) of the June 2006 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

INFIELDER
2010 SEASON: • Became the first Cardinals draftee to receive a Major League contract since J.D. Drew (7/3/99). • Played in 59 games for the University of Arkansas, batting .429 with nine home runs and 48 RBI. • Set University of Arkansas single-season records with 102 hits and a .429 batting average. • Played four games at the Gulf Coast League level batting .400 (6-15) with an RBI. • Went 4-for-5 with a double and RBI vs. GCL Nationals (8/25). • Played three games at third base in the GCL and was flawless in six total chances. • Played for the Suprise Rafters of the Arizona Fall League, batting .262, with 2 HR and 14 RBI. • Hit first home run in the Arizona Fall League off Scottsdale’s Jason Stoffel (11/13) of the Giants, his first since turning pro. • Rated as the second-best prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America. • Rated as “Best Hitter for Average” in the Cardinals organization in Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: MISC: Played college baseball at the University of Arkansas for head coach Dave Van Horn...Razorbacks made the 2010 Tempe Super Regional where he batted .455 (5-11)...played for the Cotuit Kettleers in the 2009 Cape Cod league. Selected to the West All-Star Team and earned MVP honors for the game with two run-producing hits...played summer ball for the Cincinnati Midland Redskins out of high school and led the team to the Connie Mack World Series and a second place finish...played high school ball at Pleasure Ridge Park HS (Ky.), the same high school as Blue Jays pitcher Scott Downs...posted career batting numbers of .449 BA and 33 home runs, while pitching his way to a 38-3 record, 1.03 ERA and 495 strikeouts in over 300 innings garnering Under Armour All-America, Rawlings All-America and Louisville Slugger All-American...was named Kentucky’s Mr. Baseball as a senior and was the MVP of the KHSAA state tournament ...as a junior, honored as the Louisville Slugger Player-of-the-Year and Kentucky All-State...led Pleasure Ridge Park to a No. 1 state ranking three straight years and a No. 8 national ranking...was drafted in the 20th round by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2008 first-year player draft...resides in Louisville, Kentucky.

OUTFIELDER/INFIELDER
2010 SEASON: • Started the season on the Major League roster and appeared in 44 games. • Made eight straight starts from 9/24-10/2 batting .393 with 2 HR and 6 RBI. • Struggled in April batting .056, but was recalled four more times and finished strong batting .382 in Sept./October. • Batted .382 (13-34) after Sept. 18 recall, including slugging .647 with 2 HR & 6 RBI. • Hit safely in 8 of final 12 games with four multi-hit games. • Recorded first ML hit at MIL (4/11) off Carlos Villanueva and first ML home run off Kyle Kendrick (7/19 vs. PHI) as part of a Cardinals 3 HR inning. • Batted .300 (18-60) against NL Central opponents with 2 HR and 18 RBI. • Had three game-winning RBI, most among Cardinals rookies. • Played in 83 games at Memphis (AAA), batting .306 w/ 14 HR & team leading 81 RBI. • Hit .389 with runners in scoring position at MEM and hit his first professional grand slam (7/5 at RR) off Yorman Bazardo. • His 35 RBI in June for Memphis was tied for the highest monthy total by any minor leaguer at any level in 2010. • Was only player on Cardinals Opening Day roster without prior ML time. • Rated as the No. 5 prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America. • Rated as “Best Power Hitter” in the Cardinals organization in “Best Tools” by Baseball America. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Named Cardinals Minor League Player-of-the-Year after batting .322 with an organization best 26 home runs and 83 RBI at Memphis (AAA)...also led the Cardinals minor leaguers in hits (152), runs (78) and tied for slugging (.547)...ranked fourth in the Pacific Coast League in batting, home runs, hits and third in total bases (258)...registered hits in 40 of his last 49 games (76-for189), batting .402 with 17 home runs and 47 RBI...honored as the Cardinals Minor League Player-of-the-Month for July after batting .392 with 10 home runs and 26 RBI...led Memphis squad in eight offensive categories (batting, hits, runs, home runs, RBI, doubles, on base pct. and slugging)...compiled 48 multi-hit games and 20 multi-RBI games...missed 14 games from 6/25 to 7/6 with a sprained left ankle...homered in three consecutive games at Albuquerque (8/27-29)...hit two-out, pinch-hit, game-tying single in the ninth inning then came around to score the go-ahead run at Albuquerque in Game 2 of PCL playoffs...went 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBI in AAA Championship Game against Durham...listed as the 7thbest prospect and best power-hitter in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America. 2008 - Spent his entire season with Springfield (AA) as the everyday third baseman (108 games). Also played 17 games in left field and two at first base...his .941 fielding percentage led Texas League third basemen as did his 217 assists...named to the Texas League All-Star squad and was the starting third baseman for the North Squad...went 0-2 in the 7-4 extra-inning loss...tabbed as a Texas League postseason All-Star...his 154 hits paced Cardinals farm hands and ranked 3rd-most in the Texas League, as did his 250 total bases...hit 22 home runs which ranked 5th in the League. His .304 batting average was 9th best among Texas League hitters...batted over .300 three months of the season, including a high of .369 (45-122) in July with eight home runs and 21 RBI...put together a 15-game hitting streak from 6/22-7/11 in which he had eight multi-hit games and batted .381 (24-63). 2007 - Selected as the Cardinals Minor League Player of the Month for June after batting .337 (33-98) with 19 runs, seven home runs and 24 RBI in 26 games...named the Most Valuable Player in the Florida State League All-Star game after going 2-4 with a 2run HR in the 5th inning of the 8-4 win by the East squad

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG 2010 GCL Cardinals .400 MINOR TOTALS .400 G 4 4 AB 15 15 R 0 0 H 6 6 2B 3B HR 1 0 0 1 0 0 RBI SH 1 0 1 0 SF HBP 0 1 0 1 BB IBB 1 0 1 0 SO SB CS GDP 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 SLG OBP .467 .471 .467 .471 E 0 0

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 20th round of the June 2008 First Year Player Draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1st round (25th overall) of the June 2010 First Year Player Draft.

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ALLEN CRAIG
...participated in the FSL All-Star Game Home Run Derby, finishing third after falling in a tie-breaker to Palm Beach teammate Mark Hamilton...his 224 total bases were second-most in the FSL...finished third in the FSL with a .312 batting average, 21 HRs and a .530 slugging percentage...ranked 5th in the League with 77 RBI...was named to the FSL postseason All-Star team. 2006 - Began his professional career at Class-A State College playing mostly at third (35 games)...also appeared in three games at shortstop and one at second base...strung together a 14-game hitting streak from 7/14-31 (19-52, .365)...hit .316 during the month of July...with runners on and two outs was a .297 hitter and hit .298 with runners in scoring position. MISC: Attended the University of California-Berkeley...was named to the Academic First Team All-Pac 10 team...graduated from Chaparral (Calif.) High School in Temecula, Calif. where he played baseball and basketball...played for the 2002 USA Junior National Team in Canada...resides in Temecula, Calif.

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Full Name: Arnoldi Anthony Cruz Height: 5-11 Weight: 205 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 8/18/86 at Palm Beach, Florida Opening Day Age: 24 (Turns 25 on August 18) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in 26th round (802nd overall) of the June 2007 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2006 State College 2007 Palm Beach Springfield 2008 Springfield 2009 Memphis 2010 ST. LOUIS Memphis MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .257 .312 .292 .304 .322 .246 .320 .308 .246 G 48 112 7 129 126 44 83 505 44 AB 175 423 24 506 472 114 306 1906 114 R 21 77 5 84 78 12 57 322 12 H 2B 3B HR 45 13 0 4 132 25 2 21 7 2 0 3 154 30 0 22 152 26 1 26 28 7 0 4 98 24 2 14 588 120 5 90 28 7 0 4 RBI SH 29 1 77 0 3 0 85 0 83 0 18 0 81 0 358 1 18 0 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 5 7 13 0 28 0 0 1 4 6 35 4 79 8 3 10 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 1 4 10 48 1 87 2 1 16 6 6 37 1 95 3 0 12 1 0 9 1 26 0 1 1 6 4 34 0 59 1 0 6 25 33 168 6 354 14 4 46 1 0 9 1 26 0 1 1 SLG .400 .530 .750 .494 .547 .412 .549 .518 .412 OBP .325 .370 .320 .373 .374 .298 .389 .370 .298 E 9 17 2 17 5 1 5 55 1
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CATCHER
2010 SEASON: • Began the season at Palm Beach (A) and played in 90 games between PB, Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA). Earned a promotion to Springfield in June after batting .282 in 46 games. Batted .289 in 40 games at Springfield. • Was ranked fourth in the Florida State League in doubles (16) at the time of his promotion. • Finished the season ranked fourth on the team in doubles and ninth in RBI (25) at Palm Beach. • Batted .455 (5-for-11) as a Designated Hitter at Palm Beach. • Earned a spot on the 2010 Florida State League (A) All-Star team. • Tied with Luis Pimentel (GCL) for the organizations longest hitting streak, an 18-gamer with Springfield from 6/15 to 7/9 that began with his second game at the Double-A level. • Batted .337 (28-for-83) between Palm Beach and Springfield in the month of June with a combined eight doubles, 11 RBI and 14 runs scored. • Played for the Surprise Rafters in the Arizona Fall League and batted .342 in 19 games. • Batted .387 (12-for-31) in the AFL with runners in scoring position and .429 (6-for-14) as a DH. • Rated the “Best Defensive Catcher” in the Cardinals minor league system by Baseball America’s Best Tools survey. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Played in 110 games at Springfield (AA), starting 72 at catcher, 32 at third base and two at first base...finished the season ranked sixth among Cardinals minor leaguers in doubles, fourth on the team in both home runs (10) and doubles (25)...threw out 53.3 percent (48-90) of would-be base stealers, leading all minor league full-season catchers...led all Texas League catchers with a .996 fielding percentage and eight double plays. 2008 – Began the conversion to catcher, splitting his time catching and playing both third base and first base while with Palm Beach (High A)...selected to the Florida State League All-Star team drawing a starting catching spot and batting clean-up...played the entire game, switching to third base midway through the game...went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI... participated in the FSL All-Star Home Run derby and finished third, hitting all home runs to the opposite field...missed the last month of the season after being placed on the D.L. on 7/25 with a left wrist tendon injury...his batting average rose each month from .235 in April to .333 in July...led Palm Beach squad with 58 RBI...played winter ball in the Hawaiian League for Honolulu where he batted .323 over 26 games, mostly playing behind the plate.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position First Base Second Base Third Base Outfield PCT 1.000 .000 1.000 G 5 1 2 34 PO 16 0 0 39 A 1 0 0 1 E 0 0 1 0 TC 17 0 1 40 DP 2 0 0 0

2010 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS Most Hits: 3, 9/26 at Chicago Cubs. Most Runs: 1, 12 times. Last: 10/1 vs. Colorado. Most 2Bs: 1, seven times. Last: 10/1 vs. Colorado. Most HRs: 1, four times. Last: 9/29 vs. Pittsburgh. Most RBI: 3, three times. Last: 9/24 at Chicago Cubs. Most BBs: 2, 8/23 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 5 games, 8/18-8/24.

2007 – Moved through four levels of the club’s organization after being drafted in June...combined to hit .295 while playing third base in all 66 of his games...spent the majority of his time at Quad Cities where he hit .338 in July after arriving on 7/13...had sevenstraight games with RBI upon his arrival with QC and batted .348 (16-46) during 10-game hitting streak 7/17-27...hit .377 with 26 RBI with RISP while at QC. MISC: Graduated from Santaluces High School in Lantana, Fla...was named first team all-state and all-Palm Beach County...was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 42nd round of the 2005 June free-agent draft, but did not sign...played college baseball for Palm Beach Community College where he was a First-Team All-Conference player...resides in Lake Worth, Florida.

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COMPLETE BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2007 GCL Cardinals Johnson City Batavia Quad Cities 2008 Palm Beach 2009 Springfield 2010 Palm Beach Springfield Memphis MINOR TOTALS AVG .375 .280 .375 .282 .279 .220 .282 .289 .214 .266 G 7 6 4 49 89 110 46 40 4 355 AB 32 25 16 195 351 404 181 149 14 1367 R H 8 12 2 7 2 6 26 55 41 98 44 89 21 51 26 43 2 3 172 364 2B 5 2 1 10 22 25 16 10 0 91 3B HR 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 5 3 8 2 10 1 1 0 6 0 1 7 33 RBI SH 4 0 2 0 4 0 34 0 58 1 48 2 25 1 20 1 1 0 196 5 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 1 0 1 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 1 17 0 25 3 1 10 5 2 19 0 50 3 0 17 3 1 34 2 85 1 9 16 1 0 19 0 33 0 2 5 1 1 17 3 30 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 14 6 110 6 238 9 3 54 SLG .531 .600 .438 .421 .427 .366 .398 .477 .429 .416 OBP .382 .333 .412 .338 .316 .281 .348 .363 .267 .321 E 3 1 0 6 12 7 3 3 3 38

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Full Name: Nicholas Joseph Derba Height: 5-10 Weight: 190 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 9/9/85 at College Point, New York Opening Day Age: 25 (Turns 26 on September 9) M.L. Service: 0.000

Became Cardinal: Selected in 30th round (922nd overall) of the June 2007 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

• Selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 42nd round of the June 2005 free-agent draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 26th round (802nd overall) of the June 2007 free-agent draft.

CATCHER
2010 TOP ORGANIzATIONAL HITTING STREAkS
• 18 games- Tony Cruz (Springfield) June 15- July 12 Luis Pimentel (Gulf Coast League) July 23- August 17 • 17 games- Tyler Greene (Memphis) May 22- June 7 Romulo Ruiz (Johnson City) July 2- July 19 • 16 games- Jon Jay (Memphis) April 8- 24 Matt Holliday (St. Louis) September 9- 24 • 15 games- Daryl Jones (Springfield) May 22- June 7 • 14 games- Matt Adams (Quad Cities) July 31- August 14 Joe Bergman (Batavia) June 19- July 6 Xavier Scruggs (Palm Beach) June 19- July 1

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2010 SEASON: • Played in 51 games, splitting the season between Palm Beach (A) for 33 games and Springfield (AA) for 15 games, with three games at Memphis (AAA) from 4/19-22. • Had a 54.8% caught stealing rate (23 CS-42 ATT), 2nd among all Cardinals and 6th among all minor leaguers. • Threw out an outstanding 20-of-32 runners (62.5%) at Palm Beach, helping the team lead the Florida State League in runners caught stealing at a 43.1% clip (53-123). • All three home runs hit at Palm Beach came on the road, including home runs on consecutive days at Clearwater (6/3-4). The home run on 6/4 was the game-winning shot in the top of the 9th. • Made one start in Memphis 4/21 vs. Iowa, and threw out the runner (Darwin Barney) in the Cubs only stolen base attempt. • Started off hot in Springfield with a 7-game hitting streak upon promotion, batting .357 (10-28) with 2 HR and 7 RBI including three multi-hit games. • Knocked in a career-high 4 RBI at Corpus Christi (8/20) to cap off a 2-for-4 day with two doubles. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Played in 70 games, starting the season with Palm Beach (A) for 30 games, before finishing the season at Springfield (AA) for 40 games...batted .270 in April with Palm Beach...threw out 28.6% (22-77) of base stealers combined on the season. 2008 – Played in 66 games at Palm Beach (A), making 65 starts at catcher...threw out 43.6% of base stealers (34 CS-78 ATT)...ranked T-2nd in the Florida State League in runners thrown out (34), despite playing in 37 less games than the league leader who threw out 35...hit both home runs for the season on last game of the season at Vero Beach (8/30), the only multi-HR game of his career...started two games of the FSL playoffs and threw out the only base stealing attempt. 2007 – The 30th round pick moved two levels in his first professional season...first professional hit was a solo home run at Auburn (6/19)...combined to bat .325 (25-77) in the month of July...was promoted to Quad Cities on 7/12 and hit in nine of his first 11 Midwest League games (.405, 15-37)...had a season and career-high four hits vs. Dayton (8/9). MISC: Played college baseball at Manhattan College...was a first team all-MAAC selection for three straight seasons., hit 11 HR his junior season which put him among NCAA leaders and left the school as the career leader in runs scored and his 212 hits ranked 3rd in school history...played for Chatham in the pretigious Cape Cod League in the summer of 2006...graduated from Archbishop Malloy High School in Queens, N.Y...resides in College Point, N.Y.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2007 Batavia Quad Cities 2008 Palm Beach 2009 Palm Beach Springfield 2010 Palm Beach Memphis Springfield MINOR TOTALS AVG .267 .268 .166 .198 .130 .202 .000 .240 .203 G 19 49 66 30 40 33 3 15 255 AB 60 164 193 91 108 104 4 50 774 R H 7 16 23 44 15 32 13 18 9 14 13 21 0 0 7 12 87 157 2B 7 11 8 4 5 6 0 5 46 3B HR 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 13 RBI SH 8 0 14 0 22 3 2 1 7 1 11 5 0 0 7 0 71 10 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 0 3 12 0 15 0 1 0 0 4 29 0 40 0 1 2 3 5 30 1 60 1 2 5 0 2 20 0 31 1 1 0 0 1 21 0 34 0 1 3 1 3 14 0 35 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 15 0 0 2 4 18 129 1 232 3 6 12 SLG .433 .372 .238 .275 .231 .346 .000 .460 .313 OBP .413 .391 .290 .354 .277 .311 .000 .283 .329 E 3 2 4 1 1 0 0 3 14

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DAN DESCALSO
Full Name: Daniel William Descalso Height: 5-10 Weight: 190 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: 10/19/86 at Redwood City, California Opening Day Age: 24 M.L. Service: 0.016 Became Cardinal: Selected in 3rd round (112th overall) of the June 2007 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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MISC: Graduated from St. Francis HS in Mountain View, Calif., the same high school as former Cardinals outfielder John Gall and former Diamondbacks outfielder Eric Byrnes...was captain of the football and baseball team...named to the West Catholic Athletic League first team his junior and senior (League MVP in baseball)

years...played college baseball at UC-Davis...named first team Div. 1 All-Independent his junior year after batting .397 and ranked among the NCAA leaders in average (44th), doubles (32nd) and toughest to strike out (53rd)...was the first freshman to lead the UC-Davis in batting since 1967...resides in San Carlos, California.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2007 Batavia 2008 Palm Beach Springfield 2009 Springfield Memphis 2010 Memphis ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .268 .243 .351 .323 .253 .282 .265 .276 .265 G 66 115 9 73 46 116 11 425 11 AB 250 403 37 288 150 468 34 1596 34 R H 29 67 57 98 6 13 46 93 23 38 86 132 6 9 247 441 6 9 2B 7 24 1 26 4 32 2 94 2 3B HR 5 0 2 8 1 0 5 8 0 2 3 9 0 0 16 27 0 0 RBI SH 31 0 50 5 4 0 51 1 17 4 71 5 4 0 224 15 4 0 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 2 5 26 0 37 12 3 6 5 10 33 3 53 7 7 11 1 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 4 31 1 41 0 1 7 1 1 16 0 21 3 0 3 6 5 47 1 48 8 4 13 0 1 2 0 6 1 0 0 15 26 156 6 202 31 16 41 0 1 2 0 6 1 0 0 SLG .336 .372 .432 .531 .320 .421 .324 .406 .324 OBP .346 .313 .405 .396 .327 .350 .324 .347 .324 E 11 19 2 9 5 15 0 61 0

INFIELDER
2010 SEASON: • Began the season at Memphis (AAA) and was purchased by St. Louis and made his ML debut on 9/18 as he was announced as a pinch-hitter, but did not bat. His first ML plate appearance came on 9/20. • Made his first ML start on 9/22 and went 1-for-3 with a two-RBI double off Brad Lincoln (PIT) for his first ML hit. • Became the first Cardinals rookie to register four hits in his first or second start since Vince Coleman in 1985 when he rapped out four hits vs. PIT on 9/23. • Played in 110 games at second base in Memphis and led all Pacific Coast League second basemen with 82 double plays, 553 total chances, 227 putouts, 311 assists and 15 errors. • Did not commit and error in 18 ML chances (17 at third base) and turned four double plays at third, ranking T1st with David Wright (NYM) in the time since his first start (9/22). • Owns a minor league career .970 fielding percentage (61 E, 2038 TC) while turning 296 double plays in 419 games, including 64 games at 3B/1B. • Ranked among the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers with 86 runs (2nd), 32 doubles (3rd), 132 hits (5th) and 71 RBI (7th). • Registered two nine-game hitting streaks while at Memphis on 5/25 thru 6/3 and again from 8/21- 29. • Led Memphis with 32 doubles and 86 runs scored and ranked second with 71 RBI,132 hits and 197 total bases. • Recorded his first career multi-homer game when he hit two on 5/31 vs. ALB. • Scored a run in six of his nine starts with the Cardinals and recorded a double and two RBI in each of his first two starts. • Scored 29 runs in the month of August tying him with Albert Pujols (August) and Matt Holliday (June) for the most runs scored by any player in the organization in a single month. • Was named PCL Post-Season All-Star and Topps Triple-A All-Star at second base. • Was rated “Best Strike-Zone Discipline” in the Cardinals minor league system by Baseball America’s Best Tools survey. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 -- Began the season at Double-A Springfield and earned a promotion to Triple-A Memphis in just his third season...named Topps AA All-Star Team second baseman...ranked in the top 10 among Cards minor leaguers in batting (7th), runs (4th), hits (T3rd), doubles (2nd), triples (T6th), RBI (3rd), walks (T7th), SLG (7th), OBP (10th) and OPS (8th)...was named starting second baseman on the Texas League All-Star team...hit safely in 58 of 73 games at Springfield and his BA never dropped below .322...hit second career GS 7/18 at OMA off Brandon Duckworth...posted a .977 fielding percentage (14 errors, 604 TC) with 96 double plays...rated the ninth-best prospect in Cards organization by Baseball America. 2008 – Played in 124 games with 115 at Palm Beach (A) before finishing at Springfield (AA) batting .351 (13-37) in nine games...hit safely in 19 of 22 games in April (.275, 22-80) at Palm Beach... smacked first career grand slam, a 9th inning game-winner at SLU (8/11) off Emary Frederick...posted a .965 fielding percentage (21 errors, 602 TC) between Palm Beach and Springfield, while turning 89 double plays. 2007 - Played in 66 games at Batavia (A) leading the team with 67 hits...had a big August recording hits in 23 of 26 games (.333, 36-108, 14 RBI) including a 12-game hitting streak from 8/19-31.

2010 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, 9/23 at Pittsburgh. Most Runs: 1, six times. Last: 10/3 vs. Colorado. Most RBI: 2, twice. Last: 9/23 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 3 games, 9/22-25.

The 2010 Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Year, Shelby Miller, and Player of the Year, Matt Carpenter.

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BRANDON DICKSON
Full Name: Brandon Lee Dickson Height: 6-5 Weight: 190 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 11/3/84 at Montgomery, Alabama Opening Day Age: 26 M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Signed by the Cardinals as a nondrafted free agent on August 10, 2006. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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Full Name: James Patrick Edmonds Height: 6-0 Weight: 212 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 6/27/70 at Fullerton, California Opening Day Age: 40 (Turns 41 on June 27th) M.L. Service: 16.027 Became Cardinal: Signed as a minor league free agent on February 4, 2011. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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2010 SEASON: • Appeared in 28 games for Memphis (AAA), making 27 starts. Only relief appearance was in his first game of the season (4/8). • Named to the Pacific Coast League All-Star team, threw a scoreless inning, striking out one, and allowed a single. • Honored as the Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for June (3-1, 2.03 ERA, 31.0 IP, 27 K). • Named Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Week for 8/23-29, registering two wins and 17 strikeouts in 15 innings, including a career-high 8.2 IP at Omaha (8/24) and tied his career-high of nine strikeouts vs. Round Rock (8/29). • Tied his career-best with 11 wins, 4th highest win total among Cardinals minor league pitchers. • Led all Cardinals minor league pitchers with 167.0 innings pitched, ranking 5th in the Pacific Coast League. • Ranked 3rd in the PCL with a 3.23 ERA and second with 137 strikeouts behind teammate Lance Lynn (141). • Won five consecutive starts from 5/20 to 6/10, compiling a 2.14 ERA in 33.2 innings with 22 strikeouts. • Registered 17 quality starts and tossed 6.0 innings or more in 20 of his 27 starts. • Held RH batters to a .246 BA (88-358) and did not allow a hit (0-11) in bases loaded situations. • Induced 20 double play balls, leading all Memphis pitchers and T-4th among PCL pitchers. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Appeared in 28 games, starting 20 for Springfield (AA)...struck out a then career-high nine batters in relief over 4.2 innings vs. Frisco (7/2)...induced 17 double plays and only allowed five of 16 inherited runners to score coming out of the bullpen. 2008 – Split time between Palm Beach (A) and Springfield (AA)...appeared in 23 games, starting 17 at Palm Beach before a promotion to Springfield on 8/1 where he started his final six games...was a combined 10-10 with a 4.17 ERA in 144.2 innings pitched...his 10 wins ranked 2nd among Cardinals minor leaguers and 144.2 innings ranked 3rd. 2007 – Appeared in 31 games, starting 23...led Quad Cities with 11 wins, 144.0 innings pitched and inducing 15 double plays...his 3.50 ERA ranked 10th in the Midwest League...named to the Midwest League All-Star Game and threw 0.2 innings, allowing a hit in a scoreless outing...won five straight appearances from 4/15-5/2...posted a 1.97 ERA as a reliever as opposed to 3.94 as a starter. 2006 – Made nine appearances out of the bullpen at Johnson City (R)...earned first professional win 8/10 at Pulaski throwing an inning in relief...recorded his first pro save save, a scoreless three inning apperance with five strikeouts MISC: Played college baseball at Tusculum College (Tenn.)...his 24 mound appearances in 2006 were the second highest total in Tusculum team history...resides in Marbury, Ala.

CAREER: • Returns to the Cardinals organization for the first time since 2007 following stints with San Diego, Chicago (NL), Milwaukee and Cincinnati, while sitting out the entire 2009 season. • Edmonds has won eight Rawlings Gold Glove awards and has a career .988 fielding percentage which is eighth best among active centerfielders (min. 1,000 games). • Among active centerfielders, ranks 1st in games (1,768), assists (117) and double plays (30), 3rd in putouts (4,339) and 4th in innings played (14,648.1). • Has been a member of the All-Star team four times, once in the American League (1995) and three times in the National League (2000, 2003, 2005). • Currently stands 4th on the Cardinals all-time home run list with 241. • Finished fifth in the N.L. Most Valuable Player voting in 2004 behind then teammates Albert Pujols (third) and Scott Rolen (fourth). Placed fourth in the voting in 2000 and sixth in N.L. MVP voting in 2002. • Earned his first-ever Silver Slugger Award in 2004, batting .301 with 42 HR and 111 RBI. • Collected three outfield assists in one game vs. NYY on 7/22/94 (one shy of M.L. record). • Jim has homered in nine of the 13 postseason series he’s played in during his career. Ranks 3rd in career N.L. slg. pct. in Division Series (.637) and is the career N.L. extra base hits leader in DS play (15). Bernie Williams (24) is M.L. leader. • He’s Cardinals all-time leader in postseason games (61) and RBI (41), tied for the home run lead with Albert Pujols (13) and ranks 2nd behind Pujols (64) for franchise lead in postseason hits (61). • Became just the fourth player and first outfielder in Cardinals history to hit 40 home runs in a season in 2000 (42). Of his homers that year, 41 came as the centerfielder (one at first base), setting the team record for homers by an outfielder. • Was voted by fans as centerfielder on All-Busch Stadium team in September of 2005. 2010 SEASON: • Played in 86 games (starting 43 in CF), starting the season with Milwaukee and playing 73 games after signing as a free agent on 1/28. Was traded to CIN on 8/9 and played 13 games as a member of the Reds. • Hit 11 home runs, his lowest season total since 1994 when he hit five home runs through 55 games with the Angels. • Led MLB in slugging (.778) during the month of July and ranked 7th in the NL in batting .378 (17-45) with 5 HR and 12 RBI. • Missed 16 games from 5/16-5/31 on Milwaukee’s disabled list with a strained left oblique • Was traded from Milwaukee to Cincinnati for outfielder Chris Dickerson on 8/9.

COMPLETE RECORD
Team Johnson City Quad Cities Palm Beach Springfield 2009 Springfield 2010 Memphis MINOR TOTALS Year 2006 2007 2008 W-L 1-0 11-7 7-8 3-2 8-10 11-8 41-35 ERA G 6.35 9 3.50 31 3.51 23 6.75 6 3.78 28 3.23 28 3.70 125 GS CG 0 0 23 0 17 1 6 0 20 1 27 0 93 2 GF SHO SV IP 1 0 1 11.1 4 0 1 144.0 1 0 1 115.1 0 0 0 29.1 2 1 0 147.2 1 0 0 167.0 9 1 3 614.2 H 16 148 119 42 160 180 665 R 11 74 49 23 75 77 309 ER 8 56 45 22 62 60 253 HR HBP BB IBB 1 0 6 1 9 12 41 1 7 2 37 0 3 2 16 0 12 7 50 3 11 9 53 1 43 32 203 6 SO WP 15 0 84 11 66 5 21 0 112 9 137 7 435 32 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BA .320 .260 .269 .347 .280 .276 .277

• Hit home run at MIL (9/21) off David Bush in the second inning before suffering a strained right lower leg while running the bases and missed the rest of the season. • Went 2-for-22 in nine games (5 starts) for CIN before he went on the 15-day DL (8/24) with a strained right oblique. • Reinstated and came off the DL on 9/10, but didn’t play until a pinch-hitting appearance on 9/16 vs ARI. • Played in his 2,000th Major League game on 8/10 vs STL.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Sat out the entire season as a free agent. 2008 – Started the season with the San Diego Padres, but was released on 5/14 after 26 games, then signed as a free agent by the Chicago Cubs on 5/15...played in 111 games combined, 26 for SD (started 24 in CF) and 85 for CHI (started 75 in CF)...was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right calf (3/284/4), causing him to miss the first five games of the season...started the season on a six game hitting streak for SD (.305, 8-26) from 4/5-11...hit 20 home runs on the season, his highest total since 29 with the Cardinals in 2005...Cubs went 41-34 (.547) in games he started, including a 15-5 mark (.750) from July 27-August 29....posted his best month in June batting a club leading .319 (2372) with 6 HR and 19 RBI...batted .429 (3-7) in bases loaded situations with a grand slam (David Bush), the seventh of his career, as part of a 2 HR, 5 RBI day at MIL (7/31)...posted three multi-home run games, with the second coming vs. STL (8/8) with two solo home runs off Braden Looper; and his third multiHR game vs. CWS (6/21) with two solo home runs in the same inning (4th) the first off Jose Contreras and the second off Boone Logan...hit five home runs over the course of seven days (6/2127), three against the White Sox...tallied a five-game RBI streak 6/11-15. 2008 POSTSEASON – Batted .200 (2-10) with a double, RBI and run scored in three games against the Dodgers in the NLDS...scored one of the Cubs two runs in Game 1...knocked in one of the Cubs three runs in Game 2 with a double. 2007 – Season was slowed by a variety of injuries, including recovery from off-season surgeries for his right shoulder and “hammer” toe...led the team’s OFers in both assists (8) & defensive gems (10)...24 of his 53 RBI (45%) came with two-outs, ranking 3rd on the team behind Pujols (29) & Duncan (25)...saw his first spring game action on 3/25...went 2-for-11 (.182) in spring training with a double and RBI...appeared in his 1,000th career game as a Cardinal on 4/17 (28th player to do so)...hit his first triple & HR of year during 4/20-22 series at CHI...triple on 4/20 in the 9th was his first since 9/25/05 vs. MIL...had RBI in 5-straight games (5/20-26) including 3 RBI on 5/26 vs. WSH...had three hits 5/30 at COL, a double shy of the cycle, as he hit his 2nd triple of the season and followed Pujols’ HR with a solo shot... homered in five of eight starts 5/23-6/2...had his season-high 7game hit streak (.286 BA) snapped on 6/10 vs. LAA...was activated from the 15-day DL (lower back) on 7/19 after missing 27 games from 6/16-7/18...had three of teams’ five hits 8/7 vs. SD, including his 1,000th career hit as a member of the Cardinals...matched career high with 4 hits on 8/14 at MIL (3 hits w/RISP) & had a season-high 3 RBI...it was his 18th career 4-hit game & 1st since 7/31/04 at SF...snapped his 24-game homerless streak (86 AB) on 8/15 at MIL with HR #8, his first since 6/9...it was his longest streak since going homer-less in 24 straight games from 6/277/26/2001...hit 2-run HR on 8/22 vs. FLA, his 1st HR w/RISP, 2nd against LHP &1st at Busch since 6/9...five of his last 12 hits (3HR’s, 2-2B) were XBH’s...he made just one start after 9/17 (groin injury)...had 3-run pinch-single on 9/28 at PIT & RBI PH-single in season finale on 9/30 at PIT. 2006 – Started just four times over the final six weeks of the season (three of those in final week) after leaving game on 8/15 with dizzyness (post concussion syndrome)...the post concussion symptoms were from 6/21 at CWS, trying to catch Joe Crede HR at the wall in LCF in 3rd inning...batted .263 (62-236) with 10 HR’s & 47 RBI before the All-Star Break; .247 (28-114) with 9 HR’s 23 RBI after the break...was T3rd in the N.L. with 9 July HR’s & his 19 RBI ranked T11th...on 4/3 at PHI recorded the first RBI of the season with a 2B, his 999th career RBI...collected 1,000th RBI 4/6 at PHI...had three errors in two starts, 4/13-14, committing two errors in 4/13 loss vs. MIL, his 1st career multi-error game...his 11-game streak 5/3-16 was his longest since an 11-gamer 7/318/03...made just one appearance (PH 5/28) from 5/26-6/3 due to abdominal wall strain...made first CF start since 5/26 on 6/10 at MIL after starting four games at first base from 6/4-7...belted a PH-HR 7/1 vs. KC in the 9th to tie the game, his 2nd career pinch homer & first since 7/28/96...HRed in all three games vs. ATL, 7/17-19: his first back-to-back games with HR since 4/19 (PIT) and 4/21 (CHI)...had HR’s in five of 9 games 7/17-26...his diving catch in shallow CF in 6th inn. 8/5 vs. MIL with bases loaded and two outs preserved the team’s 4-3 lead & win...made first app. since 8/26 on 9/25 vs. SD and belted a 3-run, PH homer that tied game at 5-5, his 3rd career PH-HR...signed a new two-year contract extension through 2008 following the season...underwent shoulder surgery on November 15 when Dr. George Paletta performed arthroscopic debridement of the AC joint and labrum in Edmonds' right (non-throwing) shoulder...underwent a surgical procedure on 1/9/07 to correct a “hammer toe” condition of the second toe on his left foot...the procedure was done by Dr. Bob Anderson in Charlotte, NC. 2006 POSTSEASON – Returned to lineup after missing much of the season’s second half and appeared in all 16 postseason games...singled twice and scored in Game 1 of the DS at SD...drove in one of team’s two runs in Game 2 at SD...had one of team’s four hits in LCS Game 1...hit 2-run HR in LCS Game 2 when he also walked twice, scoring both times & homered in LCS Game 4...singled & scored in NLCS Game 7 at NY...delivered Cards only run of WS Game 2 with a double in the 9th...doubled in the first two runs in Game 3 of WS for GWRBI. 2005 – Made 11 defensive gems while committing just two errors in route to winning his eighth Rawlings Gold Glove (sixth consecutive selection)...was voted by fans to his 4th All-Star Game and made his 3rd All-Star start (CF)...went 0-1 with a walk, playing both center and right field...ended the season with 89 RBI, just two shy of 1,000 for his career...second on the team wih 91 walks, which was tied for eighth in the N.L...had 47 walks in his last 70 games...went his first 368 AB’s without grounding into a double play, but had his first two GIDP in back-to-back games (8/25-26)...ranked eighth in N.L. among hardest players to double up...his 29 home runs and 89 RBI were 2nd on team...fell just one homer shy of his fifth 30-HR season in six years with St. Louis...most of his starts came hitting fourth for the team (78) but did make 34 starts out of the second spot in the lineup...thirteen of his 20 hits over the final month were for extra-bases...reached base in all but two of his 26 May starts, hitting .300 (27-for-90) with 21 runs scored and was 10-for-28 (.357) with RISP in May...scored his 1,000th career run 5/18...clubbed a three-run homer in the first inning Opening Day (4/5) and had four RBI, his third career Opening Day home run...had career hit #1,500 on 4/12 vs. CIN, a solo homer in the sixth inning...belted a three-run homer in the ninth inning 5/2 at CIN, making the score 9-8 as Cards completed their biggest comeback...hit his 100th career home run at Busch 5/28 vs. WSH and homered in his third-straight game on 5/29...homered in four of five home games 5/27-6/7...made first start since 6/12 on 6/22 at CIN after missing eight games due to a hairline fracture of left middle rib...hit two, two-run home runs on 6/24 for first multi-homer game of the season, 22nd career... enjoyed an eight-game hitting streak 6/7-25 (12-for-30, .400, 3 HR)...ended an 0-for-13 slump with a solo home run in the first inning on 7/6 at ARI and had two of the team’s three hits in a 21 win...reached base four times 7/18 vs. MIL with two singles and two walks and scored 4 runs...matched his career high with five RBI 7/28 at SD, going 2-for-4 with a three-run homer, his first multi-RBI game since 6/29 vs. CIN (21 games) and 1st multiRBI effort on the road since 5/2 at CIN (64 games)...hit his 200th home run as a Cardinal on 7/30 at LA...followed that with a gamewinning homer 7/31 in the 11th at LA...had four home runs in a span of seven games 7/24-31 (three in the first inning)...ended a season-high nine-game hit streak on 8/6 vs. ATL (12-for-31, .387, 4 HR)...his RBI-bunt single in the first inning was gamewinning hit 8/16 vs. ARI... plated tying and winning runs in 9th on 8/20 vs. SF with a 2-out double...stole home in 8/28 win at WSH, one of five stolen bases all season...hit two home runs and doubled 9/2 at HOU for his second multi-HR game of the season. 2005 POSTSEASON – Batted .267 in nine postseason games...set the pace in Game 1 of the Division Series vs. SD going 3-for-4 with a first-inning solo home run and double...also doubled in Game 3 at SD...had four hits in six League Championship games. 2004 – Had MVP-type year, batting .301 and tying his career high in HRs (42) and setting a career high with 111 RBI...earned his first-ever Silver Slugger Award and was named to the Sporting News NL All-Star team...received 31 votes in the N.L. MVP voting to finish fifth overall behind teammates Albert Pujols (third) and Scott Rolen (fourth)...ranked first among all centerfielders and fourth overall in the N.L. with a 1.061 OPS (.643 SLG + .418 OBP)...his .643 SLG Pct. ranked third in the N.L. and .418 OBP was sixth...83 of his 150 hits (55%) went for extra bases and finished tied for second in NL (Helton-COL) in extra-base hits...his 42 HR’s were T-5th in NL and his 111 RBI ranked sixth in the league...of his 42 HRs, 26 were solo shots, including 14 of the last 26...his 4.5 ratio of AB/RBI ranked tied for third in the N.L. and his 11.9 AB/HR ratio was second in league...ranked first on the team with 101 walks, ninth in the N.L. and had 12 intentional walks, which tied for sixth in the league...walked 41 times in his last 45 starts...led the Cardinals with 11 outfield assists, tied for sixth-best in the NL...committed four errors (1 throwing, 3 fielding) and was rewarded with his seventh career Rawlings Gold Glove award... ranked as the fourth hardest to double up in the N.L., doing so once every 124.5 AB’s...his 320 total bases were second on the team and sixth in the league and his eight sac. flys ranked T-7th in the N.L...had a .317 batting mark at Busch Stadium with 24 HRs and 55 RBI...batted .313 at night and .330 vs. lefthanders (7th in league)...posted two nine-game hitting streaks on the season... ended the year hitting safely in 46 of final 68 games (.335, 71-212) and finished four hits shy of 1,500 for his career...hit 40 homers as a CF, one shy of matching the Cards’ record of HR by a CF he set in 2000...also was one HR shy of equaling club mark for home runs by LH batter (Johnny Mize, 43 in 1940)... earned NL Player of the Month Honors for July, capturing the triple crown batting .381 with 13 HR and 27 RBI...also was the N.L. Player of the Week twice, 7/26 -8/1 and the week of 8/30-9/5... smacked fifth career grand slam (HR #3) on 4/21 at HOU...belted sixth career walk-off HR (Telemaco) on 4/29 in 13th inn. of 5-4 win vs. PHI...on 6/9 at CHI made his first appearance as a first baseman since 6/6/01 and homered twice and had three hits and four

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RBI...hit his 20th double of the season 6/11, his 9th season with 20 or more doubles...ended a streak of homering in five straight games 7/15 which matched team record--also done by Jim Bottomley in 1929 and Ripper Collins in 1935...had OF assists 7/17 and 7/18 at CIN, getting runners at plate...also robbed LaRue (CIN) of HR in 9th inn. 7/16 and stole a HR from Dunn on 7/6...closed the month of July matching his career high with four hits 7/31 at SF (HR, two doubles and four RBI)-his 13th homer of the month, one shy of his career high for a single month (14-June, 2003)... earned N.L. Player of Week for week ending 8/1 as he batted .591 (13-22) with 4 HR, 12 RBI, 10 R, 4-2B, 3B, 1.409 slg. pct. and hitting .750 (6-8) with RISP...belted HR #30 on 8/5, his fifth 30HR season and fourth in five years with STL...hit GW home run 8/10 at FLA in the 10th- a game in which the Cards were 2-1 victors over the Marlins on two hits (solo homers by Pujols & Edmonds)...streak of reaching in 47 straight games ended on 8/26 at CIN...hit five home runs in his five games played on 8/2429 roadtrip with 10 RBI...season-high 9-game hit streak ended on 8/26 at CIN (.407, 11-27, with 8 RBI)...had pair of HR’s 8/27 at PIT and matched career high with five RBI...reached the 100-RBI plateau on 9/2...batted .455 (10-22) 8/30-9/6 with five doubles, four HR’s, seven runs and 10 RBI earning his 2nd Player of the Week award...connected for 300th career HR on 9/4 vs. LA’s Kaz Ishii... ended second nine-game hit streak on 9/14, hitting .455 (15-33) ...belted his career tying 42nd home run 9/15 vs. HOU...matched his career high of 110 RBI (2001) on 9/17 vs. ARI with a gamewinning triple in the ninth inning and had a sac. fly 9/21 for career high 111th RBI. 2004 POSTSEASON – Started all 15 postseason games for the Cardinals, batting .222 (12-for-54, 3HR, 9RBI)...was 4-for-15 vs. Los Angeles in four games of the Division Series and had a home run with two RBI in Game 1 ...recorded three RBI on two hits in Game 1 of the LCS and drove in seven RBI total during the LCS...hit game-winning walk-off home run (Miceli) in the 12th inning of Game 6 in the LCS vs. HOU to send the series to Game 7...had just one hit in his four games of the World Seriessingled and walked in Game 1 at BOS. 2003 – Jim had an incredible first half, totaling 28 home runs (T2nd in the N.L. with FLA’s Mike Lowell) and 67 RBI prior to the All-Star break...batted .303 (93-for-307) in the season’s first half... was named to the N.L. All-Star team for the second time in his career and drew start in CF, going 1-for-2...also took part in the home run hitting contest during the All-Star week festivities...was bothered for much of the season’s second half by a right shoulder injury that he suffered in mid-June at MIL and later reaggravated during the All-Star Home Run contest...finished the year with 39 homers (T7th in N.L.), the second-highest total of his career...he finished fourth in the N.L. in slugging (.617) and was fifth in OPS (1.002)...of his 39 homers, 10 came in the first inning and 10 were hit in the eighth inning or later...tied the Angels’ Garret Anderson for the M.L. lead with 10 homers in interleague play...his 12 outfield assists ranked second among CF’s and he led N.L. centerfielders with an average of 2.95 putouts per nine innings, earning his sixth career Rawlings Gold Glove award...finished in a first-place tie with Barry Bonds, Albert Pujols and Richie Sexson for the most road HR’s in the N.L. (22)...matched a career high with four hits on 4/4 vs. HOU, including two homers and

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four RBI...was named N.L. Player of the Week for 4/6-13 (.471 BA- 2 HR - 9 RBI)...on 4/8 at COL he tied a 55-year-old Cardinals club record for most extra base hits (7) in consecutive games, going 4-for-6 while equalling his career high with five RBI (after going 4-for-4, with a 2B and two HRs on 4/4 vs. HOU)...finished the month of April with an N.L.-leading .389 BA, five homers and 17 RBI...was named N.L. Player of the Week for 6/23-29, batting .445 with five HR’s and 14 RBI...finished second in N.L. Player of Month voting for June after batting .344 with 14 homers and 29 RBI...his 14 HR’s led the N.L. that month and his 29 RBI tied Pujols for the league lead...his 14 June homers set the Cardinals club record for June (Ripper Collins had 11 in June, 1935) - the fifth-highest monthly home run total in club history ...nailed two base runners at the plate on 8/11 at PIT...hit his 30th HR on 8/15 at PHI - his second career RF upper deck homer at the Vet and the 22nd all-time in the stadium’s history...hit two homers on 8/21 vs. PIT, including a walk-off three-run shot in the ninth, for his 20th career multi-homer game...he robbed the Reds of a pair of home runs with two spectacular catches in 8/29-31 series at CIN...on 9/27 he made his first start since 9/17 and smacked a solo homer in the ninth inning after missing the previous six starts due to strained right oblique muscle...following the season underwent a successful surgical procedure on his left shoulder to remedy discomfort that he began experiencing during the course of his off-season workout program...the procedure, performed on 12/4, involved the debridement of the A.C. joint in his left shoulder and distal clavicle resection. 2002 – Completed another fine season by batting a career-high .311 with 28 home runs and 83 RBI...posted a .300 batting average for the fourth time in his career...won his fifth career Rawlings Gold Glove Award and placed 17th (six points) in balloting for National League MVP award...ranked eighth in the N.L. in OPS (.981; .561 slg + .420 on-base)...led the club in walks (86), intentional walks (14), strikeouts (134) and on-base percentage (.420)...Jim’s 23 multi-RBI games were second on the squad and his 11 game-winning RBI ranked third...twenty-two of his 83 RBI came with two out...paced Cardinals outfielders with 11 outfield assists...committed five errors (one throwing and four fielding)...posted three eight-game hitting streaks...reached base four times on Opening Day (4/1) vs. COL, going 2-for-2 with two walks and an RBI...hit his fourth career grand slam on 4/17 at ARI off Curt Schilling...had his first pinch hit as a Cardinal 4/27 at MON and went 2-for-2 off the bench with an RBI...smacked his 200th career homer off FLA’s A.J. Burnett on 4/30...missed 12 games when he was sidelined from 6/1 to 6/15 because of an injury to his right wrist...was activated from the 15-day D.L. on 6/16 and stroked a double in his first at-bat...homered 6/18 vs. ANA, his first game played against former Angels teammates...he batted .341 with 20 RBI in July and hit safely in 21 of 26 games played for the month...popped his 25th HR on 8/31 [2] at CHI, giving him seven seasons with 25 or more home runs...delivered all three STL runs on 9/3 vs. CIN with a two-run homer (#26) and a sacrifice fly...ended the season by hitting safely in 12 of his last 15 games. 2002 POSTSEASON – Batted .355 with two home runs and six RBI in eight postseason games...went 3-for4 in Game 1 of the Division Series, with a two-run homer off Randy Johnson in the first inning...went 0-for-7 in Games 2 & 3...batted .400 (8-for-20) in the League Championship Series vs. San Francisco and hit safely in all five games...homered in Game 3 off Russ Ortiz. 2001 – Hit .304 with 30 home runs and a career-high 110 RBI... was named the centerfielder on Baseball Weekly’s Team 2001... garnered his fourth career Rawlings Gold Glove Award, committing just six errors on the year (three throwing and three fielding)...his 12 outfield assists led Cardinals outfielders...became the first Cardinal, other than Mark McGwire, to have back-to-back 100RBI seasons since Ted Simmons did so in 1974-75...was hitting .292 with 13 HRs and 48 RBIs at the All-Star break, then posted an outstanding second half in which he batted .317 with 17 HRs and 62 RBIs...batted .336 (46-for-137) with five home runs with runners in scoring position...had 46 two-out RBI...batted .230 in May, .254 in June and .253 in July before rebounding for a .327 average in August and a .368 mark in Sept./Oct...Jim drove in 32 runs in August and added another 23 RBI in Sept./Oct...finished the season on a high note, batting .373 with 15 doubles, 14 homers and 46 RBIs in his last 44 games...had just 52 RBI in his first 92 games, then collected 57 RBI in his last 58 games... became the first player to hit two upper deck home runs in one game at Coors Field on 4/4...had a season-high eight-game hitting streak, 5/10-18...batted .364 (12-for-33) during the streak, which included four straight two-hit games, 5/10-13...collected his 1,000th career hit on 7/17 off the Twins’ Kyle Lohse...hit his third career grand slam off LA’s Chan Ho Park on 9/9, matching his season high with four RBIs...hit a two-run homer on 9/24 for RBIs #100 and #101. 2001 POSTSEASON – Hit two home runs and scored three runs in the five-game Division Series loss to Arizona...batted .235 (4-for-17) in the series...clubbed a fourth-inning, two-run homer off Miguel Batista in Game 3 and smacked a second-inning solo shot off Albie Lopez in Game 4. 2000 – In his first year in a Cardinals uniform, Jim established career highs and paced the club in home runs (42), RBIs (108), runs scored (129), walks (103) and strikeouts (167)...finished fourth in voting for the N.L. Most Valuable Player...received his third career Rawlings Gold Glove Award...was named to the Associated Press All-Star team and was chosen the Cardinals’ Man of the Year by the St. Louis chapter of the BBWAA...was selected to his second All-Star team (1995) and started in CF for the N.L....became just the fourth player and first outfielder in Cardinals history to hit 40 home runs in a season...his 42 homers tied Rogers Hornsby (1922) for fourth on St. Louis’ alltime single-season list...set a Cardinals record for HRs by an outfielder, hitting 41 of his homers as a CF and one while he was playing first base...bested Ray Lankford’s 1997 club record of 31 HRs by a CF...led the Cardinals with 19 game-winning RBIs and tied for first in multi-homer games (4) ...his 167 strikeouts established a club record, ranked third in the N.L in 2000 and were the most ever by an N.L. lefthanded batter...reached base safely via hit, walk or HBP in 124 of his 144 starts...he and teammate Mark McGwire homered in the same game nine times, including three times back-to-back...was just one homer shy of the club mark for a lefthanded batter (Johnny Mize - 43 in 1940)...had 16 RBIs in his last 20 starts and hit 10 HRs in his last 35 starts...led the club with 19 RBIs in September and tied for the team lead with six homers...batted .324 (11-for-34) with two homers and seven RBIs in nine games vs. SF...four of his 10 hits vs. NY went for HRs, including two game-winners (9/1 & 9/3)...tied a club record (Chick Hafey-1929) on 4/12 by reaching base safely in 12 consecutive plate appearance...hit safely in nine-straight at-bats, just one shy of the franchise record, before being fanned in the seventh inning...had a ninegame hitting streak, 4/5-13...homered in three-straight games, 4/11-13...on 5/12, signed a six-year contract extension, with a club option for 2007...pounded a 442-foot homer into the upper deck at PHI on 5/16, marking only the 16th time in Veterans Stadium history that a player hit one into the RF upper deck... hit his 30th HR on 7/29 at NY, becoming just the fourth Cardinal player to hit 30 HRs in his first full season with the club (Dick Allen-1970, Ron Gant-1996, Mark McGwire-1998)...hit just .188 in August and batted .232 (41-177) from 7/6 to 9/2 (while Mark McGwire was out of the lineup with patella tendinitis)...delivered a pair of game-ending HRs in 9/1-3 weekend series vs. NY, including a solo blast in the 11th inning on 9/3...he won the 9/1 game with a ninth-inning solo HR...his 40th homer (39th as outfielder) was also his 100th RBI on 9/15, making him just the second Cards outfielder to hit 39 HRs (Stan Musial- 39 in 1948). 2000 POSTSEASON – Enjoyed a fine postseason and was instrumental in leading the Cardinals to a three-game sweep over the Braves in the Division Series...overall, hit safely in six of eight postseason games and led the club in most statistical categories, including batting average (.361), hits (13), doubles (5), homers (3) and RBIs (12)...despite not playing in the World Series, Jim still tied the Yankees’ David Justice for the 2000 postseason lead in RBIs and he led all postseason batsmen with a .750 slugging percentage...had there been a Division Series MVP award, Jim would have been a good candidate, as he batted .571 (8-for-14) with four doubles, two homers and seven RBI...went 3-for-5 with a home run, two runs and three RBI in Game 1 of the D.S., his first career postseason contest...clubbed his first postseason HR off Greg Maddux leading off the fourth inning...also homered off Kevin Millwood in Game 3...batted .227 (5-for-22) in the League Championship Series vs. the Mets...homered off Bobby J. Jones in Game 4. 1999 – Started the season on the disabled list…was placed on the 15-day DL on 4/4 (retroactive to 3/30), with a strained right groin and irritated right shoulder…underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair torn labrum and tighten capsule in shoulder on 4/22…was transferred to the 60-day DL on 6/16...was activated from the DL on 8/2...finished the year among Angels’ all-time leaders in batting average (.290), runs scored (368), total bases (1,316), doubles (161), home runs (121), extra-base hits (294) and RBIs (408)...tied club record with two base hits in an inning, 10/2 vs. TEX (7th inning)...equaled career best with four hits and established career high with two stolen bases on 8/5 vs. BOS… posted 13 multiple-hit contests and four multiple-RBI contests… longest hitting streak was five games, 9/16-20 (.300; 6-for-20) ...hit .277 (39-for-141) against righthanders and .190 (12-for-63) against lefties…all five homers came against RHP...majority of at-bats came in second position of batting order, batting .228 (28-for-123)...posted a .992 fielding percentage and four assists in outfield…was involved in one double play. 1998 – Began fifth full season with Angels and fourth as the club’s Opening Day centerfielder...received second consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove Award…committed five errors in 407 total chances for a .988 fielding percentage in 150 starts…totaled 10 assists and was involved in one double play…became the seventh Angel to win Rawlings Gold Glove Award multiple

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times and the third outfielder to accomplish the feat...fielding percentage ranked eighth among center fielders in A.L., while errors total ranked tied for second at his position...set thencareer bests in average, games, at-bats, hits, doubles and stolen bases (7)…led club in average, runs scored, hits, total bases (303), doubles, RBIs, strikeouts (114) and GIDPs (16)...among A.L. leaders, ranked tied for eighth in multiple-hit games (54), sixth in runs scored, 10th in hits, and sixth in doubles...equaled club record for doubles, shared by Doug DeCinces (1982) and Johnny Ray (1988)...tied club record with three doubles in a game, 6/13 at TEX... equaled career-best four runs scored, 6/13 at TEX and five RBIs, 5/21 vs. OAK...posted 100th career home run, 5/21 at OAK off Blake Stein...collected first career leadoff home run, 9/13 at BAL...posted two multi-HR games (5/21 vs. OAK & 8/26 at NY [2])...homered in consecutive games, 5/16-17 and 9/17-18...posted season-best 12-game hitting streak,6/11-22 (.392)...also posted two11-game streaks and one 10-gamer. 1997 – Began fourth full season with Anaheim and third as club’s Opening Day centerfielder...was the recipient of his first Rawlings Gold Glove Award...committed five errors in 325 total chances for .985 fielding percentage in 115 games (111 starts)... totaled nine assists and was involved in two double plays...on 6/10 at KC, made “The Catch” - a spectacular defensive play in which he dove toward straight-away center field with his back to home plate for the final out of fifth inning (off the bat of David Howard)...was placed on disabled list 8/4 (retroactive to 8/1), due to strained lower right rib cage, was activated 8/16...posted his 500th career hit, 8/19 vs. NY (double)...homered on Opening Night for second consecutive year...drew four walks (two intentional) 4/4 vs. CLE, equaling a club record previously set by Chad Curtis (5/28/93)...homered in three-straight games played, 7/30-8/16...recorded a pair of multiple-HR games, 5/18 vs. MIL and 9/23 at SEA...his longest hitting streak was 14 games, 5/12-26 (.439), posting eight multiple-hit games (three 3-hit), six home runs and 15 RBIs...scored run in first 11 games of streak (19 total), two shy of his own club record...posted a .567 slugging percentage as a cleanup hitter - the third best mark in the A.L...was named American League Player of the Week for period of 5/12-18...batted .481 (13-for-27) with 11 runs scored, a double, five home runs, 10 RBIs and two walks, hitting safely in all seven games...underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair torn cartilage in both knees on 10/16. 1996 – Began third full major league season and second as Angels’ Opening Day centerfielder...was on the 15-day disabled list twice during season, marking the first DL stints of his bigleague career....was placed on the 15-day DL 6/4 (retroactive to 5/26), due to a strained abdomen and groin…was activated from the DL on 6/10, but his second stint came 6/13 (retroactive 6/12), due to sprained medial collateral ligament in his right thumb...made rehab assignment to Lake Elsinore (A), batting .400 (6-for-15) with four runs scored, two doubles, one home run, and four RBIs in five games...led the club with a .571 slugging percentage...equaled a club record when he struck out four times 8/24 at BAL...hit just .189 (23-for-122) with two home runs vs. LHP, the second lowest average in the AL, and .350 (108for-309) with 25 HRs vs. RHP...hit in a season-best 12-straight games, 8/7-19 (.425, 4 HR, 9 RBI) ...posted four-hit games, 5/6 vs. KC and 8/16 at BOS...collected his first career grand slam,

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Opening Night (4/2) vs. MIL off Ricky Bones...hit a pair of solo HRs 8/8 vs. MIN...made first appearance as designated hitter 9/8 at MIN...registered first career pinch-hit home run 7/28 vs. MIL (9th inn. solo off Mike Fetters)...posted a .997 fielding percentage, committing just one error in 287 total chances…his fielding percentage tied for third best among AL outfielders. 1995 – Was California’s Opening Day centerfielder...ranked third among league leaders in runs scored; tied for sixth in total bases (299); tied for seventh in RBIs and extra base hits and ninth in HRs...his .558 slugging percentage ranked eighth in league...also struck out 130 times - fourth most in circuit...scored more than half the time after reaching base (55%), the best ratio in league...led the Angels in runs, tying the club mark set by Don Baylor in 1979...his HRs and club-high RBIs both ranked as fifth-most in Angels’ history...did not hit his first HR until 5/15 at MIN, his 59th at-bat and club’s 18th game of the season (his longest drought of the campaign)...became the 10th Angel to hit 30-or-more HRs in a season...became fourth Angel in club history to connect for 30+ HRs, score 100+ runs and register 100+ RBIs in the same season... owned a 23-game hitting streak from 6/5-29…batted .410 (41-for100) during the streak, which marked the second-longest in club history at the time and matched Colorado’s Dante Bichette for longest streak in the majors that season...earned AL “Player of the Week” honors for 6/12-18 when he went 12-for-24 (.500) with five runs, two HRs and nine RBI...named AL “Player of the Week” again for 7/17-23, when he batted .483 (14-for-29) with four HRs, 11 RBI and 13 runs...had three multi-HR contests (5/23 vs. NY, 7/16 [2] at DET and 7/22 vs. DET)...tied club record with two hits in first inning, 6/29 at TEX...had four 4-hit contests (6/29 at TEX, 7/16 [2] at DET, 8/20 vs. NY and 10/1 vs. OAK)...posted a career-best five RBI in 7/16 contest at DET...homered in three straight games, 7/22-24 (four HRs) and 8/7-9 (three)...scored a run in 13 straight games (22 total), 7/9-24, establishing an Angels’ record...his fielding error 8/11 at MIN was his only miscue of the season, snapping string of 94 consecutive games without an error...ranked second among AL outfielders with .998 fielding percentage, trailing only Oakland’s Stan Javier (1.000)...Jim’s 34 July RBI were the most by an AL player in any month, and were second only to Dante Bichette’s 35 in same month...was selected to the AL All-Star team for the first time in his career...entered contest at The Ballpark in Arlington as pinch-hitter for Kenny Lofton in seventh inning and struck out in lone at-bat...remained in contest in center field. 1994 – Opened the season on the 25-man roster for first time in his career...earned a spot on the club by hitting .351 (20-for57) in 25 spring training contests...was the only Angels rookie to spend the entire season on major league roster...appeared in 94 games, third most among A.L. rookies...was one of two Angels (Rex Hudler) to start at four different positions (first base and each outfield position)...collected nine outfield assists, including three in one game vs. NY on 7/22 (one shy of M.L. record)...connected for first M.L. home run 5/11 at Texas (tworun HR in first inning off Rick Helling)...registered two hits in same inning (first inning double and triple) 7/18 vs. BOS...missed five consecutive contests after being struck on left side of neck by errant throw by Mike Gallego 4/26 at Yankee Stadium. 1993 – Appeared as a member of California’s 40-man roster in spring training...in eight spring contests, batted .429...was returned to minor league camp for reassignment, 3/19 and optioned to Triple-A Vancouver the same day...spent entire campaign with the Canadians...led the club in batting and RBI and ranked second in doubles and triples...was 6-for-6 with three runs, a double and two RBIs 4/22 vs. Calgary...also posted a pair of five-hit games (6/17 & 8/12)...was recalled from Vancouver on 9/7 and made his M.L. debut 9/9 at DET as left fielder...in his first M.L. at-bat, struck out swinging against Bill Gullickson and finished the game 0-for-4...recorded his first career outfield assist by throwing out Tony Phillips at home plate in first inning on his first M.L. chance...collected first bigleague hit, a pinch-hit double off Toronto’s Duane Ward, 9/10 at SkyDome...collected first career RBI in seventh inning off Seattle’s Roger Salkeld, 9/14 at Kingdome. 1992 – Began the campaign at Midland (AA)...connected for 3 solo home runs vs. Wichita on 7/7...registered 19 multiple-hit games, including two four-hit contests and one five-hit...the five-hit game was the last in a season-best 12-game hitting streak...promoted to Triple-A Edmonton on 7/14. 1991 – Played second season at Palm Springs...was placed on disabled list twice during season (4/10-5/7) with contusion of right knee and 7/23 until season’s end with a strained right knee. 1990 – Played 91 games at Palm Springs (A)...hit .469 (30for-64) in July and won California League “Player of the Week” honors for 7/15-21, when he hit .571 (12-for-21). 1989 – Appeared in only 31 games for Quad City (A), the result of a season-ending shoulder injury that forced him onto the disabled list 6/19 until the completion of the campaign. 1988 – Was selected by California in the seventh round of the June draft and appeared in 35 games for Rookie-level Bend in his first professional season. MISC: Graduated in 1988 from Diamond Bar (Calif.) High School, where he lettered in baseball, football and soccer...batted .548 as a senior and was voted California 5-A Co-Player of the Year...after his junior season he was selected to play for the United States High School Baseball All-Star squad against the Japanese High School All-Stars in Tacoma, Wash...committed a $1 million contribution to Cardinals Care over the course of his last contract with the Cardinals...appeared in an episode of the sixth season of HBO’s hit series Entourage with basketball star LeBron James and actor Matt Damon...has his own retaurant, Fifteen, in downtown St. Louis...resides in southern California with his wife, Allison, and has four children. Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Team Bend Quad Cities Palm Springs Palm Springs Midland Edmonton Vancouver California California California California Lake Elsinore# Anaheim Anaheim Lake Elsinore# Anaheim ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS Lake Elsinore# San Diego Chicago (NL) AVG .221 .261 .293 .294 .313 .299 .315 .246 .273 .290 .304 .400 .291 .307 .421 .250 .295 .304 .311 .275 .301 .263 .257 .252 .333 .178 .265 G 35 31 91 60 70 50 95 18 94 141 114 5 133 154 5 55 152 150 144 137 153 142 110 117 2 26 85 AB 122 92 314 187 246 194 356 61 289 558 431 15 502 599 19 204 525 500 476 447 498 467 350 365 6 90 250 R 23 11 36 28 42 37 59 5 35 120 73 4 82 115 4 34 129 95 96 89 102 88 52 39 0 6 47 H 27 24 92 55 77 58 112 15 79 162 131 6 146 184 8 51 155 152 148 123 150 123 90 92 2 16 64 2B 4 4 18 15 15 15 28 4 13 30 28 2 27 42 2 17 25 38 31 32 38 37 18 15 0 2 17

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COMPLETE BATTING RECORD
3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 0 0 13 0 1 0 20 0 44 4 0 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 7 0 34 1 0 3 6 3 56 1 2 2 27 3 75 5 2 10 1 2 27 3 1 0 40 3 57 2 2 2 2 8 32 1 0 1 41 1 83 3 4 8 2 6 36 2 2 0 14 2 55 3 1 2 4 9 74 2 4 0 41 4 81 6 8 5 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 16 0 2 1 1 5 37 1 1 1 30 3 72 4 2 3 4 33 107 1 5 5 51 4 130 1 4 10 3 27 66 0 2 4 46 2 101 4 0 8 0 1 4 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 26 80 0 5 4 60 5 80 5 7 8 1 25 91 1 1 1 57 7 114 7 5 16 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 2 2 0 0 2 5 23 0 1 0 28 0 45 5 4 3 0 42 108 1 8 6 103 3 167 10 3 5 1 30 110 1 10 4 93 12 136 5 5 8 2 28 83 0 6 8 86 14 134 4 3 9 2 39 89 1 2 4 77 6 127 1 3 11 3 42 111 0 8 5 101 12 150 8 3 4 1 29 89 1 4 4 91 10 139 5 5 6 0 19 70 0 5 0 53 7 101 4 0 11 2 12 53 2 3 0 41 2 75 0 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 1 1 10 1 24 1 1 1 2 19 49 0 2 1 45 2 58 0 1 7 DID NOT PLAY 0 8 20 0 1 1 21 0 53 2 0 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 0 0 12 121 408 3 15 15 274 22 558 26 24 49 11 241 713 6 46 31 645 66 1029 37 24 63 25 393 1199 10 65 49 998 91 1729 67 50 122 SLG .254 .337 .417 .417 .488 .490 .492 .344 .377 .536 .571 .733 .500 .506 .526 .426 .583 .564 .561 .617 .643 .533 .471 .403 .333 .233 .568 .493 .586 .498 .555 .527 OBP .329 .313 .351 .417 .413 .343 .382 .270 .343 .352 .375 .471 .368 .368 .522 .339 .411 .410 .420 .385 .418 .385 .350 .325 .333 .265 .369 .350 .281 .359 .393 .376 E 1 3 10 0 5 1 3 1 3 1 1 0 5 5 1 1 4 6 5 5 4 2 3 5 0 1 5 1 0 17 34 58

2009 2010 Milwaukee .286 73 Cincinnati .207 13 A.L. TOTALS .290 709 ST. LOUIS TOTALS .288 1105 MAJOR TOTALS .284 2011 # Injury rehabilitation assignment.

217 38 62 21 29 6 6 2 2644 464 768 161 3628 690 1033 234 6858 1251 1949 437

DIvISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2000 STL vs. ATL 2001 STL vs. ARI 2002 STL vs. ARI 2004 STL vs. LA 2005 STL vs. SD 2006 STL vs. SD 2008 CHI vs. LA D.S. TOTALS AVG .571 .235 .273 .267 .364 .308 .200 .319 G 3 5 3 4 3 4 3 25 AB 14 17 11 15 11 13 10 91 R 5 3 1 1 5 2 1 18 H 8 4 3 4 4 4 2 29 2B 4 1 0 0 2 0 1 8 3B HR 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 RBI SH 7 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 18 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 BB IBB 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 11 1 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2 1 0 0 1.286 .600 6 0 0 0 .647 .350 4 0 1 0 .545 .385 9 0 1 0 .467 .313 2 0 0 0 .818 .462 3 0 0 0 .308 .438 2 0 0 0 .300 .200 28 1 2 0 .637 .398 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2000 STL vs. NY 2002 STL vs. SF 2004 STL vs. HOU 2005 STL vs. HOU 2006 STL vs. NY L.C.S. TOTALS AVG .227 .400 .292 .211 .227 .271 G 5 5 7 6 7 30 AB 22 20 24 19 22 107 R 1 2 2 2 5 12 H 5 8 7 4 5 29 2B 1 2 2 1 0 6 3B HR 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 6 RBI SH 5 0 4 0 7 0 0 0 4 0 20 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 BB IBB 1 0 2 0 2 0 5 0 5 1 15 1 SO SB CS GDP 9 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 5 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 30 1 0 1 SLG .409 .650 .625 .263 .500 .495 OBP .261 .455 .357 .375 .370 .363 E 1 0 1 1 0 3

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WORLD SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2004 STL vs. BOS 2006 STL vs. DET W.S. TOTALS AVG .067 .235 .156 G 4 5 9 AB 15 17 32 R 2 1 3 H 1 4 5 2B 0 2 2 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 4 0 4 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 1 0 3 1 4 1 SO SB CS GDP 6 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 SLG .067 .353 .219 OBP .125 .350 .250 E 0 0 0

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
Year Team 1995 American 2000 National 2003 National 2005 National ALL-STAR TOTALS
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AVG .000 .500 .500 .000 .333

G 1 1 1 1 4

AB 1 2 2 1 6

R 0 0 0 0 0

H 0 1 1 0 2

2B 0 0 0 0 0

3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BB IBB 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

SO SB CS GDP 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

SLG .000 .500 .500 .000 .333

OBP .000 .500 .500 .500 .429

E 0 0 0 0 0

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Outfield** First Base PCT .988 1.000 G 1867 57 PO 4536 394 A 131 29 E 58 0 TC 4725 423 DP 33 35

**Eight-time Rawlings Gold Glove winner: 1997-98 (A.L.) and 2000-05 (N.L.)

2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, three times. Last: 7/20 at Pittsburgh. Most Runs: 3, three times. Last: 9/18 at Houston. Most 2Bs: 2, three times. Last: 7/20 at Pittsburgh. Most HRs: 1, 11 times. Last: 9/21 at Milwaukee. Most RBI: 3, four times. Last: 7/23 vs. Washington. Most BBs: 2, 4/12 at Chicago Cubs. Longest Hitting Streak: 5 games, 4/15-4/22. Pinch HRs: 1, 7/26 vs. Cincinnati (Arroyo).

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, 23 times. Last: 7/20/10 at Pittsburgh. Most Runs: 4, seven times. Last: 7/18/05 vs. Milwaukee. Most 2Bs: 3, three times. Last: 9/5/04 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Most HRs: 2, 28 times. Last: 8/8/08 vs. St. Louis. Most RBI: 5, seven times. Last: 7/31/08 at Milwaukee. Most BBs: 4, 4/4/97 vs. Cleveland. Most SBs: 2, 8/5/99 vs. Boston. Longest Hitting Streak: 23 games, 6/5-29/95. Game-ending HRs: 6. Last: 4/29/04 vs. Philadelphia (Telemaco) Pinch HRs: 4, 7/26/10 vs. Cincinnati (Arroyo). Grand Slams: 7. Last: 7/31/08 at Milwaukee (Bush). Multi-HR Games: 28. Last: 8/8/08 at St. Louis.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the California Angels in the 7th round (169th overall) of the June 1988 free-agent draft. • On California 15-day disabled list (strained abdomen and groin), May 26 to June 10 and (sprained right thumb) June 12 to July 18, 1996; included injury rehabiliation assignment to Lake Elsinore (July 13-18). • On Anaheim 15-day disabled list (strained lower right rib cage), August 1-16, 1997. • On Anaheim 15-day disabled list (right shoulder surgery and strained right groin), March 30 to August 2, 1999; included injury rehabilitaion assignment to Lake Elsinore (July 26-August 2). • Traded to the St. Louis Cardinals from Anaheim for pitcher Kent Bottenfield and infielder Adam Kennedy, March 23, 2000. • On St. Louis 15-day disabled list (sprained right wrist), June 1-16, 2002. • On St. Louis 15-day disabled list (lower back), June 16-July 18, 2007. • Traded to the San Diego Padres from St. Louis for infielder David Freese and cash, December 15, 2007. • On San Diego 15-day disabled list (strained right calf), March 28-April 4, 2008. • Signed with the Chicago Cubs as a free agent, May 15, 2008. • Signed with Milwaukee Brewers as a free agent, January 28, 2010. • On Milwaukee 15-day disabled list (strained left oblique), May 15-31, 2010. • Traded to the Cincinnati Reds from Milwaukee for outfielder Chris Dickerson, August 9, 2010. • On Cincinnati 15-day disabled list (strained right oblique), August 24-September 10, 2010. • Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a minor league free agent, February 4, 2011.

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Full Name: Ryan Ray Franklin Height: 6-3 Weight: 190 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 3/5/73 Opening Day Age: 38 at Fort Smith, Arkansas M.L. Service: 10.022 Became Cardinal: Signed as a free agent, January 9, 2007. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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CAREER: • Ranks 5th on the Cardinals all-time saves list with 83. With 17 saves would become just the 9th player in Major League history to have more than 100 games started and 100 saves. • Was named to his first All-Star team in 2009, pitching a perfect 3rd inning for the National League All-Stars during the game in his home stadium at St. Louis. 2010 SEASON: • Saved 27 of 29 games, his second best single season save total. Ranked 2nd in the NL (4th, MLB) in save percentage (93.1). • His six wins T7th among NL relief pitchers. His .750 winning pct. (6-2) was his best mark since going 5-1 (.833) in 2000 with Seattle. • Was 27-for-28 in save opportunities requiring three outs or less. • His 10 walks in 65.1 IP was the 4th fewest in MLB of pitchers with 60 IP or more. Ranked 4th in the NL among relief pitchers in fewest walks per 9 IP with 1.38. • Ranked 6th in the N.L. with 51 games finished. • Retired 71% of first batters faced, tops among Cardinals relievers. • Moved past Dennis Eckersley into 5th place on the Cardinals all-time save list with 83. • Made six 2.0 IP appearances, including two wins (5/23 & 7/25). Was 4-of-5 in save opportunities requiring four outs or more. • Posted a 4-0 record with a 2.43 ERA and was a perfect 14-for-14 in save opportunities at home. • Has been 7-for-7 in save opportunites in April each of the last two years. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Took hold of the closer’s role in April and put together an All-Star campaign, finishing tied for sixth in the Majors with 38 saves...converted 38 of 43 save opps., 5th best single-season conversion rate among STL closers with 30 or more saves... converted 13 straight save opps. from 8/7-/9/5, the 2nd longest streak by a Cardinal, trailing only Lee Smith’s 17-straight (‘93)...his 1.92 ERA was 2nd only to Brewers’ Trevor Hoffman among N.L. closers...had 0.79 ERA prior to All-Star break...did not allow any HR’s following All-Star break and just two on the year total...had seven saves of more than 1.0 IP, 2nd in the National League...was 21-for-22 in save opps. prior to All-Star break...earned first All-Star selection, pitching a perfect 3rd during the AS game...earned MLB Delivery Man of the Month honors in August after going 11 for 12 in save opps. with 0.00 ERA (11.0 IP)...allowed runs in just four ballparks (STL, CIN, HOU & PIT)...had a season high five saves against both the Cubs & Pirates...had saves against all but one of the 19 teams he faced in 2009, Philadelphia being the lone exception...signed a two-year contract extension on Sept. 1. 2009 POSTSEASON – Appeared in Games 2 and 3 of the Division Series vs. the Dodgers...was 0-1 with 0.00 ERA over 1.1 IP...allowed 2 unearned runs in the bottom of the 9th for the blown save and loss (3-2) in Game 2 at LA...did not allow a run in 1.0 IP during Game 3 in STL. 2008 – Led team’s relievers in saves (17), wins (6), innings pitched (78.2) and tied for team lead in appearances (74)... became St. Louis’ first saves leader other than Jason Isringhausen since 2001...moved into closer role in May and converted 5 of 5 save chances for the month...had a season-best 10.0 scoreless IP streak from 9/6-24. 2007 – Righthander joined the Cardinals staff vying for a starting job, but left spring training as primary relief set-up man...allowed just three earned runs the first two months of the season (1.27 ERA, 21.1 IP) and through July was 4-0 with a 1.33 ERA in 54.1 IP (9R, 8ER)...his 1.23 ERA before the All-Star Break led all

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Major League pitchers (6 ER/44.0 IP)...signed a two-year extension to keep him in a Cardinals uniform through 2009 on 7/5 ...ranked T6th in NL with 30 Holds...earned the first save of his Major League career on 9/4 vs. PIT (305th game)...made his STL debut on 4/3 vs. Mets and recorded a 1-2-3 7th inning, as he became the 1,800th player in Cardinals history...earned his first Cardinals win with 1.1 scoreless IP on 4/11 at PIT. 2006 – Combined to go 6-7, 4.54 in 66 relief apperances between Philadelphia and Cincinnati...ranked among National League leaders in relief innings pitched (77.1, 10th)...was acquired by the Reds from Philadelphia, along with cash, in exchange for a player to be named on 8/7 (RHP Zac Stott, 8/9)...made his Reds debut vs. STL (4.1 IP, 5K) on 8/7...was the longest relief outing by a Reds pitcher to that point in the season and his five strikeouts were the most by a Reds reliever in 2006...in his second appearance on 8/9 vs. STL, threw a scoreless ninth inning and earned the win as a result of David Ross’ two-run walkoff home run off Jason Isringhausen. 2005 – Began the season in the Mariners’ bullpen and made two apps. before finishing the season with 30 consecutive starts... ranked second on the staff to Jamie Moyer in both innings pitched (190.2) and quality starts (15)...in a complete-game 2-1 loss on 4/16 at CWS retired 24 of his 28 batters faced; at 1 hour, 39 minutes was the fastest game in Mariners history...from 7/9-7/20 was suspended for 10 games for violating Major League Baseball’s joint drug prevention and treatment program. 2004 – For the second consecutive season threw at least 200 innings (200.1) with a career-high 32 starts...Mariners averaged 2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 2.0, 9/11 at Atlanta. Most Strikeouts: 3, three times. Last: 9/11 at Atlanta. Most Walks: 2, twice. Last: 9/26 at Chicago Cubs. Most Runs Allowed: 6, 7/6 at Colorado. Most Hits Allowed: 6, 7/6 at Colorado. Most HRs Allowed: 2, 7/6 at Colorado. Longest Winning Streak: 3, twice. Last: 7/18-30. Longest Losing Streak: 1 game, twice. Last: 8/7 at Florida. Longest Scoreless Streak: 12.2 IP, 5/17-6/11. just 3.14 runs per game in his starts, the worst run support in the Major Leagues...on 9/15 vs. ANA snapped his career-high 11game losing streak with a complete-game 1-0 victory. 2000 - 2003 – In 2003, his first full season in a rotation, established career highs in victories (11), starts (32) and innings pitched (212.0)...ranked ninth in the American League with a 3.57 ERA...threw his first two career complete games, a 6-0 victory vs. OAK on 7/23/03 and a 1-0 loss at TB on 9/4/03...on 6/6/03 vs. NYM singled off Jae Seo for his first career hit...earned the victory in his first Major League start on 4/23/02 vs. ANA...on 4/7/01 at TEX earned his first Major League victory...among Pacific Coast League pitching leaders in 2000, ranked third in strikeouts (142), T3rd in victories (11) and complete games (4), fourth in innings pitched (164.0) and fifth in ERA (3.90). 1993 - 1999 – In his first time in the Majors, made six relief apps. for the Mariners in 1999...was promoted on 5/15/99 and made his Major League debut that night vs. KC...on 6/13/98 vs. Nashville earned his first professional save...received the John Ellis Award for his community involvement in the Tacoma area that same year (1998)...while at Memphis in 1997, pitched two no-hitters...threw 6.0 hitless innings in a spot start on 4/14/97 vs. Chattanooga and combined with two other pitchers on the no-hitter...in the opener of a doubleheader on 4/21/97 at Carolina didn’t allow a hit in a 7.0inning complete game...was named Southern League Pitcher of the Week for 4/11-17/97 and 4/18-24/97...began his pro career in 1993 at Class A Bellingham where he ranked 10th in the Northwest League in ERA (2.92). MISC: Graduated from Spiro (Okla.) High School in 1991...was All-State in baseball...attended Seminole Junior College (Okla) where he went 20-0 in two seasons...was drafted by the Mariners following the 1992 collegiate season but returned to school and pitched before signing in 1993...at SJC in 1993 went 12-0, 2.99 and was named a Junior College All-American...in the 2000 Sydney Olympics went 3-0, 0.00 in four apps to help Team USA

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win the Gold Medal...his three victories tied the Team USA Olympic record (Seth Greisinger, 1996)...in USA’s 13-inning, 42 win over Japan threw 4.0 scoreless innings to earn the win ...also earned the decision in the 4-2 victory over Italy that advanced Team USA to the medal round...he and his wife, Angie, have one son, Logan (7/22/97), and two daughters, Kaylin (1/26/00) and Teegan (7/19/04) and reside in Shawnee, Okla.

COMPLETE PITCHING RECORD
Year Team 1993 Bellingham 1994 Appleton Riverside Calgary 1995 Port City 1996 Port City 1997 Memphis Tacoma 1998 Tacoma 1999 Tacoma Seattle 2000 Tacoma 2001 Seattle Tacoma 2002 Seattle Everett# 2003 Seattle 2004 Seattle 2005 Seattle 2006 Philadelphia Cincinnati 2007 ST. LOUIS 2008 ST. LOUIS 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS A.L. TOTALS N.L. TOTALS ST. LOUIS TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS * Led League. W-L 5-3 9-6 4-2 0-0 6-10 6-12 4-2 5-5 5-6 6-9 0-0 11-5 5-1 0-0 7-5 0-0 11-13 4-16 8-15 1-5 5-2 4-4 6-6 4-3 6-2 61-60 35-50 26-22 20-15 61-72 ERA 2.92 3.13 3.06 7.94 4.32 4.01 3.03 4.18 4.51 4.71 4.76 3.90 3.56 0.00 4.02 0.00 3.57 4.90 5.10 4.58 4.44 3.04 3.55 1.92 3.46 3.92 4.34 3.36 3.04 4.03 G 15 18 8 1 31 28 11 14 34 29 6 31 38 1 41 1 32 32 32 46 20 69 74 62 59 222 181 330 264 511 GS CG SHO GF SV IP H 14 1 1 0 0 74.0 72 18 5 1 0 0 118.0 105 8 1 1 0 0 61.2 61 1 0 0 0 0 5.2 9 20 1 1 2 0 146.0 153 27 2 0 0 0 182.0 186 8 2 *2 2 0 59.1 45 14 0 0 0 0 90.1 97 16 1 0 10 1 127.2 148 19 2 1 4 2 135.2 142 0 0 0 2 0 11.1 10 22 4 0 2 0 164.0 147 0 0 0 14 0 78.1 76 0 0 0 1 0 3.2 2 12 0 0 10 0 118.2 117 1 0 0 0 0 2.2 2 32 2 1 0 0 212.0 199 32 2 1 0 0 200.1 224 30 2 1 0 0 190.2 212 0 0 0 13 0 53.0 59 0 0 0 6 0 24.1 27 0 0 0 8 1 80.0 70 0 0 0 39 17 78.2 86 0 0 0 54 38 61.0 49 0 0 0 51 27 65.0 57 168 19 7 21 3 1170.2 1169 106 6 3 26 0 811.1 838 0 0 0 171 83 362.0 348 0 0 0 152 83 284.2 262 106 6 3 197 83 1173.1 1186 R 38 60 26 6 84 99 22 48 75 81 6 85 32 0 62 1 93 116 110 28 14 28 34 13 25 625 419 142 100 561 ER 24 41 21 5 70 81 20 42 64 71 6 71 31 0 53 0 84 109 108 27 12 27 31 13 25 510 391 135 96 526 HR HBP BB IBB 2 3 27 0 6 17 23 0 5 4 8 0 2 0 1 0 13 12 43 4 23 16 37 0 4 1 14 1 11 8 24 1 18 10 32 2 17 9 33 1 2 1 8 1 28 12 35 1 13 4 24 4 0 0 0 0 14 5 22 1 0 2 0 0 *34 9 61 3 33 10 61 1 28 7 62 4 10 4 17 4 3 0 16 6 8 3 11 0 10 3 30 4 2 1 24 3 7 4 10 1 129 94 277 10 124 36 238 14 40 15 108 18 27 11 75 8 164 51 346 32 SO WP 55 7 102 6 35 0 2 0 102 6 127 4 49 1 59 1 90 0 94 1 6 0 142 2 60 2 3 0 65 0 1 0 99 1 104 0 93 3 25 1 18 1 44 2 51 3 44 1 42 5 861 28 427 6 224 13 181 11 651 19 BK 3 3 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 6 0 0 6 BA .250 .234 .249 .333 .274 .265 .208 .281 .292 .270 .238 .240 .250 .167 .255 .200 .251 .285 .280 .280 .297 .234 .278 .220 .230 .260 .267 .252 .243 .262

CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 9.0, three times. Last: 7/4/05 at Kansas City. Most IP (Relief): 5.2, 6/4/01 vs. Texas. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 9, 9/17/02 vs. Texas. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 8, 6/4/01 vs. Texas. Most Walks (Starter): 5, three times. Last: 5/20/05 vs. San Diego. Most Walks (Relief): 4, twice. Last 8/28/06 at Los Angeles Dodgers. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 8, four times. Last: 8/18/05 vs. Anaheim. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 7, 8/6/02 at Toronto. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 12, three times. Last: 8/13/05 vs. Anaheim. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 8, 8/6/02 at Toronto. Most HRs Allowed: 4, four times. Last: 9/18/05 at Texas. Longest Winning Streak: 5 games, three times. Last: 9/18/09-5/23/10. Longest Losing Streak: 11 games, 6/23-9/10/04. Longest Scoreless Streak: 18.0 IP, 5/21-7/22/09. Complete Games: 6. Last: 7/4/05 at Kansas City. Low-Hit Complete Game: 2, two times. Last: 9/15/04 vs. Anaheim. Shutouts: 3. Last: 7/4/05 at Kansas City.

# Injuty Rehabilitation Assignment.

Year Team 2009 STL vs. LA

W-L 0-1

ERA 0.00

G 2

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
GS CG 0 0 GF SHO SV 1 0 0 IP 1.1 H 3 R 2 ER 0

HR HBP 0 0

BB IBB 2 0

SO WP 1 0

BK 0

BA .375

Year Team 2009 National

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ERA 0.00

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ALL-STAR RECORD
GF SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 1.0 H 0 R 0

ER 0

HR HBP 0 0

BB IBB 0 0

SO WP 0 0

BK 0

BA .000

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Toronto Blue Jays in the 25th round of the June 1991 free agent draft, but did not sign. • Selected by Seattle Mariners in the 23rd round of the June 1992 free agent draft. • On Seattle disabled list (viral infection), June 28 to July 15, 2002; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Everett (July 10-15). • Signed by Philadelphia Phillies as a free agent, January 5, 2006. • Acquired by Cincinnati Reds, along with cash, in exchange for a player to be named (RHP Zac Stott, 8/9/06), August 7, 2006. • Signed by St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent, January 9, 2007. • Re-signed by St. Louis Cardinals through 2011, September 1, 2009.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher PCT .976 G 511 PO 94 A 110 E 5 TC 209 DP 10

REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG G .000 59 .100 511 AB 3 20 R 0 1 H 0 2 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 1 2 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 2 0 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 3 0 0 0 .000 .000 11 0 0 0 .100 .182 E 0 5

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DAVID FREESE
Full Name: David Richard Freese Height: 6-2 Weight: 220 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 4/28/83 at Corpus Christi, Texas Opening Day Age: 27 (Turns 28 on April 28) M.L. Service: 1.028 Became Cardinal: Acquired from the San Diego Padres in a trade for outfielder Jim Edmonds, December 15, 2007. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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the league...was a mid-season and post-season All-Star - went 1-for-2 with two walks, two runs and two RBI as starting third baseman in the All-Star Game...topped all qualifying third basemen in the California League with a .958 fielding percentage and led the league with 310 total chances and 238 assists...had a pair of 13-game hitting streaks, from 5/26-6/7 (.418, 23-55) and 7/11-24 (.411, 23-56)...drove in 10 runs and went 10-for-50 (.200) with a pair of home runs in 12 postseason games. 2006 – Split his first professional season between Short-A Eugene and Single-A Fort Wayne...combined, batted .317 (83-for-262) with 21 doubles, three triples, 13 home runs and 70 RBI in 71 games... despite playing only 18 games for Eugene, finished third on the club in RBI and tied for third in homers...hit .636 to win Northwest League Batter of the Week honors for July 3-9...was promoted to Fort Wayne 7/7 and hit .344 (31-for-90) in his first 23 games... slugged his first career grand slam off pitcher Zachary Phillips in a 6-5 win 8/31 at Clinton.

MISC: The fifth-year senior was selected in the ninth round (273rd overall) of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft by the Padres...signed by Bob Filotei (Padres)...attended Meramec Community College before transferring to the University of South Alabama...was a teammate of Cardinals pitcher P.J. Walters at South Alabama...as a junior in 2005, led the Jags with a .373 batting average and hits with 81...in 46 games played at Meramec (Mo.) Community College during the 2004 season, he hit .396 with 41 RBI’s, and 10 home runs...lettered in baseball all four years at Lafayette High School in Wildwood, Mo....was named first team AllConference, All-Metro and All-State as a senior...currently ranks second at his high school for career runs scored with 76 and second in hits in a season with 45 in 24 games....resides in Wildwood, Mo.
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COMPLETE RECORD
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2010 SEASON: • Earned Opening Day start at third base, the first of his career. • Played 70 games before a right ankle injury sidelined him for the season on 6/27. • Despite his shortened season, still ranked 6th among National League rookies with a .296 batting average and 3rd in on base percentage (.361). • Finished with a .324 BA w/RISP (22-68), ranking fourth among Major League rookies. • Of his 36 RBI, 20 came in his first plate appearance of the game and he tallied 20 RBI with RISP/2 outs. • Had at least one RISP at bat in 70% (49/70) of games played and was successful 39% of the time (19/49). • Named NL Player of the Week (4/26-5/2), hitting his first home run of the season off Jair Jurrjens (4/29 vs. ATL) en route to a 6 RBI game. • He was the first Cardinals rookie to have a six RBI game since rookie records began in 1957. It was the most by a Cardinal player since Chris Carpenter had six vs. CIN on 10/1/09. He also became the first of six Major League rookies to drive in six runs in a game during the 2010 season. • Suffered a right ankle sprain on 6/5 vs. MIL and did not make a start again until 6/12. • Placed on the 15-day disabled list on 6/29 (retroactive to 6/28) with a right ankle bone bruise. Began a rehab assignment on 8/2 but played in just one game at Double-A Springfield, reinjuring his right ankle. • At the time of injury on 6/28 was second on the team w/ 20 multi-hit games and 2nd in the N.L. with a .364 home batting avg. • Had surgery to repair a torn peroneal tendon on his right ankle on 8/5 by Dr. Thomas Clanton in Colorado. He later had athroscopic surgery on his left ankle for bone spur removal on 9/8, also performed by Dr. Clanton. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Began the season in St. Louis, but a sprained left ankle injury caused him to spend time at four levels while rehabbing including Gulf Coast (R) and Springfield (AA), before finishing the season at Memphis (AAA)...was recalled to St. Louis (9/23) until the end of the season...recorded his first Major League hit vs. PIT on 4/8, a single off Zach Duke...hit his first Major League home run at CIN on 9/29, a solo shot to centerfield off Ramon Ramirez in the 9th inning...went 2-for-3 with three RBI and caught the final inning of the last game of the season vs. MIL (10/4), his first catching appearance since college (4/4/06)...hit game-winning solo home runs accounting for lone runs in 1-0 wins vs. ABQ (9/11) in Game 3 clincher of opening round of playoffs, then again vs. SAC (9/15) in Game 1 of PCL Championship...batted .318 (7-22) with two home runs and four RBI in AAA playoffs... registered a .967 fielding percentage in 181 total chances (6 errors) at Memphis, including a perfect 80 TC at first base...named 5th-best prospect in Cardinals organization by Baseball America. 2008 – Played his first season with the Cardinals at Triple-A Memphis, skipping Double-A...his .306 average ranked 2nd at Memphis as did his 142 hits, 26 HRs and 91 RBI...ranked 3rd on the team with 29 doubles and ranked T11th in the PCL with his home runs and RBI totals...all but four (DH) of his games were at third base...had a .967 fielding pct. to rank first in the PCL and his 216 assists were 2nd in the league...hit at a .360 clip (59164) after the All-Star break...batted .314 (106-338) with 20 HR and 66 RBI against righthanders vs. .286 (36-126) average vs. lefties...played in the Venezualan Winter League where he hit .235 over 14 games...was named to Baseball America Triple-A All-Star team...named Cardinals 9th-best prospect by Baseball America. 2007 – Spent the entire season at Lake Elsinore (A) of the California League and led the team with 128 games played, 152 hits and 69 walks...ranked 3rd in the California League with 104 runs scored and 69 walks...his 246 total bases were 5th-most in Year Team AVG G AB 2006 Eugene .379 18 58 Fort Wayne .299 53 204 2007 Lake Elsinore .302 128 503 2008 Memphis .306 131 464 2009 ST. LOUIS .323 17 31 Memphis .300 56 200 GCL Cardinals#.455 4 11 Springfield# .375 4 16 2010 ST. LOUIS .296 70 240 Springfield# .500 1 2 MINOR TOTALS .308 395 1458 MAJOR TOTALS .299 87 271 #Injury Rehabilitation Assignment R H 2B 3B HR 19 22 8 0 5 27 61 13 3 8 104 152 31 6 17 83 142 29 3 26 3 10 2 0 1 34 60 15 0 10 2 5 2 0 1 3 6 1 0 1 28 71 12 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 272 449 100 12 68 31 81 14 1 5 RBI SH 26 0 44 0 96 0 91 0 7 0 37 0 6 0 5 0 36 4 0 0 305 0 43 4 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 2 4 7 0 12 0 0 2 1 4 21 1 44 1 1 2 4 16 69 0 99 6 1 11 4 3 39 0 111 5 2 11 1 0 2 0 7 0 0 1 2 1 22 1 51 1 0 9 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 1 4 21 0 59 1 1 7 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 13 28 162 2 323 13 4 37 2 4 23 0 66 1 1 8 SLG .776 .510 .489 .550 .484 .525 .909 .625 .404 1.000 .533 .413 OBP E .465 2 .374 5 .400 13 .361 10 .353 0 .369 6 .500 1 .444 3 .361 9 .667 0 .385 40 .360 9

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Catcher First Base Third Base PCT 1.000 1.000 .953 G 1 4 73 PO 1 10 37 A 0 0 144 E 0 0 9 TC 1 10 190 DP 0 1 23

2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 3, six times. Last: 6/16 vs. Seattle. Most Runs: 3, three times. Last: 5/15 at Cincinnati. Most RBI: 6, 4/29 vs. Atlanta. Most BBs: 2, 5/9 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 9 games, 4/27-5/5.

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 3, six times. Last: 6/16/10 vs. Seattle. Most Runs: 3, three times. Last: 5/15/10 at Cincinnati. Most RBI: 6, 4/29/10 vs. Atlanta. Most BBs: 2, 5/9/10 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 9 games, 4/27- 5/5/10.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the San Diego Padres in the 9th round (273rd overall) of the June 2006 First Year Player Draft. • Traded to the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for outfielder Jim Edmonds on December 15, 2007. • On St. Louis disabled list (right ankle), June 28 to end of 2010 season; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Springfield (AA), August 2.

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JAIME GARCIA
Full Name: Jaime Omar Garcia Height: 6-2 Weight: 215 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 7/8/86 at Reynosa, Mexico Opening Day Age: 24 (Turns 25 on July 8) M.L. Service: 2.047 Became Cardinal: Selected in 22nd round (680th overall) of the June 2005 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Began season on the 15-day D.L. with a torn ligament in his left elbow. Started rehab assignment for Gulf Coast League on 7/23, transferred to Palm Beach (8/4) and finished with Memphis (8/19). Activated on 8/20 and optioned to Memphis on 8/21...started four games at Memphis, going 2-0 with a 3.86 ERA. Did not allow an earned run after the first inning in any game...started two playoff games for Memphis (2-0) without allowing an earned run in 12 innings with four hits and 13 strikeouts...tossed 5.1 innings of one-hit ball with an unearned run and six strikeouts in Game 1 win over Albuquerque (9/9) and backed it with a double and a run scored at the plate...continued post-season success with 6.2 scoreless innings in Game 1 win over Sacramento in PCL Championship round (9/15), fanning seven and allowing just three hits in the win...made two starts for GCL and Palm Beach. Pitched 12 consecutive scoreless innings before allowing a run for Palm Beach...ranked ninth among all Cardinals minor league pitchers with a 1.04 walks+hit/innings pitched (WHIP) rating...rated as “Best Curveball” in the Cardinals organization in Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. 2008 – Pitched at three levels (AA-AAA-ML) before undergoing “Tommy John” elbow surgery in September...a 3-2, 2.06 start at Springfield (AA) earned him a promotion to Memphis (AAA) in early May...named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week (6/2-8)...was purchased from Memphis on 7/10 and made his Major League on 7/11 at PIT with 2.0 IP in relief to close out win ...made first ML start on 7/20 vs. SD and went 5.0 IP, allowing three runs on five hits in a no-decision...was optioned to Memphis 7/25 before being recalled 8/1...tossed 1.2 scoreless IP and picked up first big-league Hold 8/1 vs. PHI...posted the win 8/5 vs. LA, one

outing after suffering his 1st big-league loss 8/3 vs. PHI...was placed on the disabled list 9/3, retroactive to 8/27, and underwent season-ending left elbow “Tommy John” surgery on 9/8, performed by Dr. George Paletta . 2007 – Season was interrupted due to left elbow discomfort...was shut down 7/23 with a sprained ligament...was leading the Texas League with 97 strikeouts and his 3.75 ERA was 10th-lowest in the league at the time of his shut down...fanned six-or-more batters in 10 of 18 starts...pitched a scoreless inning at the Texas League All-Star Game 6/26, allowing two hits while fanning one...rated as the fourth-best Cardinals prospect by Baseball America. 2006 – Represented the Cardinals at the Futures Game as part of All-Star Game festivities in Pittsburgh, Pa., but did not appear in the game...led all Cardinals minor league pitchers with 131 strikeouts...his 10 wins ranked T4th in the STL minor league system and his combined 3.37 ERA ranked 8th...named Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April when he went 2-1 with a 2.52 ERA in four starts...named to the West squad at the Midwest League All-Star Game...ranked the second-best prospect in the Cardinals system by Baseball America. MISC: Name is pronounced “Hi-may”...attended Sharyland High School in Mission, Texas... selected by Baltimore in the 30th round (889th overall) in the 2004 draft but did not sign...named both Rookie of the Year & Comeback Player of the Year for 2010 by the St. Louis Chapter of BBWAA...resides in Mission, Texas...signed by Joe Almaraz.
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2010 SEASON: • Had one of the best rookie campaigns of 2010, ranking not only among top rookie pitchers, but top Major League pitchers in several categories. Was named to the Topps, Baseball Digest and Baseball America All-Rookie Teams. • Finished 3rd in the National League Rookie of the Year award voting (Buster Posey, SF), garnering one first place vote, one second and 16 third place votes. Was the only pitcher in the Top 8 players voted. • Received one third place vote in the National League Cy Young award voting, finishing 12th in the balloting. • Ranked 4th in the National League in ERA (2.70), 2nd among all MLB rookies. • His 2.70 ERA was the lowest by a Cards LH starter since John Tudor recorded a 2.40 ERA in 22 starts (25 gms) during 1990. • Finished the season with 13 wins, the first STL rookie since Alan Benes (13 in 1996) to win 13 games. Dick Hughes (16-6 in 1967) was the last STL rookie to win more then 13 games. • Led all rookies with 13 wins & his .619 winning pct. ranked 2nd. Fanned 132 batters (3rd) and his 163.1 innings pitched and 28 starts were 2nd most among National League rookies. • Ranked 3rd in the N.L. in ground ball/fly ball ratio (2.49) and ground ball percentage (71.4%). • Threw just 93.2 pitches per start, 4th fewest in the N.L. of qualifying pitchers (1.0 IP/team game). • His 15 unearned runs allowed were T5th in the N.L. along with teammate C. Carpenter and ARI’s R. Lopez. • Of 28 starts, 19 were quality starts (T24th among N.L. pitchers). • Led STL pitchers and was 16th in the N.L. as hitters swung and missed on 24.1% of Jaime’s pitches thrown. • Went 6-4 with a 1.74 ERA (2nd in the N.L.) in 14 home starts & was 7-4, 3.82 ERA in 14 road starts. • Opponents hit .243 against him, ranking 18th in the National League. • Had a 19.1 scoreless IP streak from 8/17-9/3, spanning parts of four starts. Went 22.1 IP without allowing an earned run (8/10-9/3, spanning 5 starts). • Had the 3rd lowest ERA through his first 12 starts (1.49) for any rookie left-hander. (Elias) • His 10 hits were the most by a STL rookie pitcher since Jason Simontacchi had 12 in 2002. • His start on 4/10 was the first left-handed start for the Cardinals since his start on 7/20/08. With his win on 4/10 at MIL he became the first left-handed starter to win a game for the Cardinals since Mark Mudler did so on 6/15/06, a span of 586 games between wins by a Cardinals LH starter. • Pitched a CG 9-0 shutout over the Giants on 8/22, giving up three hits, no walks with 6 K’s. He needed just 89 pitches, the fewest pitches for a Cardinals CG since B. Tewksbury used 86 vs. the Padres on 5/30/92. • Allowed only five extra-base hits vs. lefthanded batters (four 2Bs, 1 HR - Ryan Howard).

COMPLETE PITCHING RECORD
Year Team W-L 2006 Quad Cities 5-4 Palm Beach 5-4 2007 Springfield 5-9 2008 Springfield 3-2 Memphis 4-4 ST. LOUIS 1-1 2009 GCL Cardinals# 0-1 Palm Beach# 0-1 Memphis 2-0 2010 ST. LOUIS 13-8 MINOR TOTALS 24-25 MAJOR TOTALS 14-9 ERA 2.90 3.84 3.75 2.06 4.44 5.63 4.50 0.71 3.86 2.70 3.49 2.96 G 13 12 18 6 13 10 2 3 4 28 71 38 GS CG 13 1 12 0 18 0 6 1 12 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 28 1 69 2 29 1 GF SHO SV IP 0 0 0 77.2 0 0 0 77.1 0 0 0 103.1 0 0 0 35.0 0 0 0 71.0 4 0 0 16.0 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 0 12.2 0 0 0 21.0 0 1 0 163.1 0 0 0 402.0 4 1 0 179.1 H 67 84 93 26 74 14 4 4 17 151 369 165 R 28 33 47 10 41 10 2 1 14 64 176 74 ER 25 33 43 8 35 10 2 1 9 49 156 59 HR HBP BB IBB 1 2 18 0 3 1 16 0 14 3 45 1 0 2 16 0 6 3 26 0 4 1 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 5 2 9 0 9 3 64 4 29 13 135 1 13 4 72 4 SO WP 80 7 51 5 97 13 41 1 59 9 8 3 3 1 16 0 22 2 132 4 369 38 140 7 BK 4 *5 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 13 1 BA .229 .282 .245 .206 .270 .233 .250 .105 .230 .243 .246 .242

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REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .185 .182 G 31 41 AB 54 55 R 8 8 H 10 10 2B 3B HR 1 0 0 1 0 0 RBI SH 2 4 2 4 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 2 0 4 0 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 13 0 0 1 .204 .214 14 0 0 0 .200 .237 E 0 0

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2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 9.0, 8/22 vs. San Francisco. Most Strikeouts: 7, three times. Last: 7/2 vs. Milwaukee. Most Walks: 5,: 8/10 at Cincinnati. Most Runs Allowed: 8, 8/3 vs. Cincinnati. Most Hits Allowed: 10, 8/3 vs. Cincinnati. Most HRs Allowed: 1, nine times. Last: 9/8/10 at Milwaukee. Longest Winning Streak: 3, two times. Last: 8/22-9/3. Longest Losing Streak: 2 games, 9/8-present. Longest Scoreless Streak: 19.1, 8/17-9/3. CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 9.0, 8/22/10 vs. San Francisco. Most IP (Relief): 2.0, two times. Last: 8/15/08 at Cincinnati. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 7, three times. Last: 7/2/10 vs. Milwaukee. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 2, 7/11/08 at Pittsburgh. Most Walks (Starter): 5, 8/10/10 at Cincinnati. Most Walks (Relief): 2, two times. Last: 8/26/08 vs. Milwaukee. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 8, 8/3/10 vs. Houston. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 3, two times. Last: 8/17/08 at Cincinnati. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 10, 8/3/10 vs. Houston. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 3, 8/17/08 at Cincinnati. Most HRs Allowed: 2, 7/20/08 vs. San Diego. Longest Winning Streak: 3 games, two times. Last: 8/22-9/3/10. Longest Losing Streak: 2 games, 9/8/10-present. Longest Scoreless Streak: 19.1, 8/17-9/3/10. Last Relief Appearance: 8/26/08 vs. Milwaukee.

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Full Name: James Tyler Greene Height: 6-2 Weight: 190 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 8/17/83 at Raleigh, North Carolina Opening Day Age: 27 (Turns 28 on August 17) M.L. Service: 0.163

Became Cardinal: Selected in 1st round (30th overall) of the June 2005 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Baltimore in the 30th round (889th overall) in the 2004 draft, but did not sign. • Selected by St. Louis Cardinals in the 22nd round (680th overall) of the June 2005 free agent draft. • On St. Louis disabled list (left elbow), August 27 to end of season, 2008. • On St. Louis disabled list (left elbow), March 28 to August 20, 2009; included injury rehabilitation assignments to Gulf Coast League (R), July 23-August 4; Palm Beach (A), August 4-18; and Memphis (AAA), August 19-20.

INFIELDER
2010 SEASON: • Began the season at Memphis (AAA) before being recalled to St. Louis on 4/26. • Played three different positions in 44 games while with St. Louis as he appeared at second base (15), third base (11) and shortstop (22). • Homered on 4/29 vs. ATL off Jesse Chavez, his first start after recall. • Was 2-for-2 in stolen base attempts and has yet to be caught stealing at the ML level in five career attempts. • Registered five multi-hit games with St. Louis. • Batted .286 in July and appeared in 18 games, his longest stretch of games in any month. • Recorded a 17-game hitting streak at Memphis from 5/22- 6/07 and batted .413 (31-for-75) in that time. • Hit safely in 14 of 18 games at Memphis in April. • Registered two four-hit games at Memphis as he was 4-for-5 on 5/22 at SAC and went 4-for-4 with three RBI on 6/3 at OKC. • Led the Memphis squad in triples (5), ranked second in stolen bases (12) and fourth in both doubles (21) and total bases (154). • Ranked in the Top 10 of all Cardinals minor leaguers in runs (7th) and triples (T3rd) while playing in 84 games. • Was named to the Pacific Coast League Mid-Season All-Star team. • Played four games for Aguilas in the Dominican Winter League and batted .364. • Played five games for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 -- Started the season at Triple-A Memphis and was called up for first Major League action on 4/30 at WAS...first ML hit came on 4/30 at WAS...hit his first ML homer, a pinch hit solo shot, on 5/8 at CIN off David Weathers...led all Cardinals minor leaguers with 31 stolen bases at Memphis, the 2nd best total in franchise history, and ranked T3rd in home runs (15) and 3rd in runs scored (70)...recorded two multi-homer games at RR (7/28) and ABQ (8/27)...rated the “Best Infield Arm” in the Cardinals minor league system by Baseball America’s Best Tools Survey. 2008 – Began the season at Double-A Springfield...by the time of his promotion to Memphis (AAA) he had hit .327 in July for Springfield (36-110)...finished 2nd on Springfield club with 16 HR’s despite playing less than 100 games at Double-A...was named to Texas League All-Star team...played 29 games at shortstop for the Redbirds while getting his first taste of TripleA...had a fielding pct. of .955 in 91 games while at shortstop with Springfield...played for Peoria in Arizona Fall League. 2007 – Played at Double-A Springfield where his season was cut short due to a right knee injury...was placed on the DL 6/17 and did not play again the remainder of the season...was tabbed as the best infield arm in a Baseball America “Best Tools” survey of the Cardinals minor league system. 2006 – Played at both High-A Palm Beach and Double-A Springfield...his 33 combined stolen bases topped all Cardinals minor leaguers...after his promotion to Springfield in July, hit safely in his first five games (.381, 8-21) and 13 of his first 15 (.323, 20-62)...belted two home runs at WIS (7/16) 2005 – In his first professional season split time between shortseason New Jersey and Palm Beach (A)...went 19-for-20 in stolen base attempts, with the 19 steals 5th-most among Cards minor leaguers...posted four-hit game at VER (7/22)...hit first professional home run at JAM (8/5)...at Palm Beach had a hit in all but three of his 20 games played...had clutch two-out twoRBI game-tying single in Game 5 of the FSL Championship... was named the Cardinals 3rd-best prospect by Baseball America.

Jaime Garcia had one of the season’s finest rookie campaigns in 2010, going 13-8 with a 2.70 ERA and finishing 3rd in the National League Rookie of the Year voting, while ranking among top rookie and Major League pitchers in several categories.

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MISC: Graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla....was drafted by Atlanta in the 2nd round of the 2002 draft, but did not sign...attended Georgia Tech where he was the baseball team’s 2005 Team Captain, was an All-American, All-ACC and the ACC Tournament MVP...played with the USA National Baseball Team in 2003 and batted .431 with four home runs...resides in Plantation, Fla., with his wife Jenni, a former standout softball player at Penn State, and son Brayden James (9/19/09).

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2005 New Jersey Palm Beach 2006 Palm Beach Quad Cities 2007 Springfield 2008 Springfield Memphis 2009 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2010 Memphis Palm Beach # ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS AVG G AB .261 35 138 .271 20 85 .224 71 268 .287 59 223 .244 65 221 .259 97 374 .234 30 111 .291 89 340 .222 48 108 .284 82 338 .000 2 7 .221 44 104 .264 550 2105 .222 92 212 R H 2B 3B HR 28 36 12 0 1 17 23 4 0 2 38 60 10 1 5 42 64 8 3 15 41 54 17 2 8 62 97 15 4 16 17 26 7 0 0 70 99 10 5 15 9 24 5 0 2 67 96 21 5 9 0 0 0 0 0 14 23 3 1 2 382 555 104 20 71 23 47 8 1 4 RBI SH 18 0 5 0 19 1 47 0 25 4 41 4 7 2 42 3 7 1 34 8 0 0 10 0 238 22 17 1 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 1 5 15 1 37 13 1 7 .370 .352 0 2 5 0 28 6 0 1 .388 .326 1 4 29 0 90 22 3 7 .325 .308 1 12 20 1 65 11 0 6 .552 .375 1 5 16 1 62 10 2 3 .448 .309 3 5 22 1 99 14 6 5 .449 .307 0 4 11 0 35 6 0 1 .297 .325 2 5 38 1 86 31 3 7 .482 .369 0 3 4 0 32 3 0 2 .324 .270 1 6 32 2 89 12 5 4 .456 .355 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 .000 .125 1 4 13 4 24 2 0 1 .327 .328 10 48 189 7 595 125 20 41 .433 .337 1 7 17 4 56 5 0 3 .325 .300 E 9 9 23 10 13 19 4 19 4 14 0 8 120 12

Full Name: Mark Alan Hamilton Height: 6-4 Weight: 220 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 7/29/84 at Baltimore, Maryland Opening Day Age: 26 (Turns 27 on July 29) M.L. Service: 0.016 Became Cardinal: Selected in the supplemental 2nd round (76th overall) of the June 2006 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

FIRST BASEMAN
2010 SEASON: • Made his ML debut on 9/20 at FLA in a pinch-hitting appearance against Chris Volstad and flew out. Achieved his first ML hit on 9/29 vs. PIT with a single off James McDonald. • Recorded one multi-hit game on 9/29 vs. PIT and had one defensive gem. • Appeared in nine games, starting two at first base. • Played in 72 games, starting 66 at first base at Memphis (AAA). • Batted .298 with a team leading 18 HR, also had 60 RBI at Triple-A. • Batted .360 (9-25) with 2 HR and 8 RBI in six PCL playoff games. • Has 72 career minor league HR over 441 games and has committed only six errors in 1082 TC last two seasons at first base. • Crushed RHP in Memphis batting .326 with 17 HR and 54 RBI, and hit .361 with runners on base. Hit second career pro grand slam off Fernando Hernandez at Sacramento (5/20). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Split 94 games between Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA) and was on 7-Day D.L. twice with a recurring left groin injury...hit career-best .307 (293 AB) and ranked T-5th in home runs (14) and T-8th in doubles (22) among Cardinals minor leaguers...put together eight-game hitting streak (13-28, .464) in Springfield from 6/16-23 starting with five consecutive two-hit games...selected to Texas League All-Star Game, but was called up to Memphis on 6/27 and could not participate...smacked a pair of home runs at NO (7/27) as part of 4-for-5 day with four RBI...batted .360 (9-25, 3 HR) in 12 games in July and .364 (822) in eight games in September, while hitting .317 vs. RHP...posted clutch numbers batting .348 (23-66) with runners on base and .385 (5-13) with RISP and two outs at Memphis...committed only one error (285 TC) at Springfield (.996) and was perfect (206 TC) at Memphis for a total .998 fielding pct...played in 15 games for the Gigantes in the fall Dominican Baseball League batting .191 with two home runs and nine RBI. 2008 – Played in 70 games before a left wrist fracture landed him on the disabled list 7/2...hit first professional grand slam off Brennan Garr at FRI (4/10)...cracked a pair of home runs vs. SA (5/30)...rapped a season-best four hits at ARK (6/16). 2007 - His 90 total RBI ranked tops among all Cardinals farmhands and 19 home runs ranked T6th...nine postseason RBI were 2ndmost in the Texas League...clubbed three home runs (7 RBI) at TUL as part of 4-for-6 day in Game 3 of TL playoff semi-finals... named to the FSL All-Star Game and walked in his only plate appearance...finished runner-up in the FSL All-Star home run derby...named Player of the Week in two different leagues -- for the FSL from 5/7-13 and Texas League from 7/9-15...hit a pair of home runs vs. DUN (5/9)...swatted a then-Palm Beach record three home runs at CLR (6/4) with six RBI...appeared in 15 games for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League (.171, 4 RBI, 13 BB). 2006 - Tied for the New York-Penn League home run title (8) despite playing just 30 games. MISC:: Attended Episcopal High School in Houston, Texas, where he was a Baseball America first team All-American batting .491 with 25 career home runs and 166 RBI...played in college at Tulane University and was honored as the 2006 Conference USA Player-of-the-Year, Baseball America first team All-American at first base and ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District with a major in molecular biology...hit a Conference USA best 20 home runs and ranked 2nd in the conference with a .461 onbase percentage...resides in New Orleans, Louisiana, with his wife Lauren and daughter Lillian Grace (8/16/10).

# Injury Rehabilitation Assignment

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield PCT 1.000 .951 .923 .953 1.000 G 1 22 22 52 1 PO 1 11 4 50 1 A 0 28 20 114 0 E 0 2 2 8 0 TC 1 41 26 172 1 DP 1 8 1 24 0

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 2nd round of the June 2002 First Year Player Draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1st round (30th overall) of the June 2005 First Year Player Draft.

CAREER HIGHS Most Hits: 3, 6/10/09 at Florida. Most Runs: 2, 5/9/10 at Pittsburgh. Most 2Bs: 1, eight times. Last 9/17/10 vs. San Diego. Most HRs: 1, four times. Last 7/2/10 vs. Milwaukee. Most RBI: 2, two times. Last 7/24/10 at Chicago Cubs. Most BBs: 2, two times. Last 9/23/10 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 4 games, 5/13- 7/3/10.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG G AB 2006 State College .264 30 108 Quad Cities .254 38 142 2007 Palm Beach .290 60 221 Springfield .250 68 248 2008 Springfield .241 70 245 2009 Springfield .307 48 163 Memphis .308 46 130 2010 Memphis .298 72 258 GCL Cardinals#.296 9 27 ST. LOUIS .143 9 14 MINOR TOTALS .275 441 1540 MAJOR TOTALS .143 9 14
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STEVEN HILL

R H 18 28 16 36 31 64 32 62 27 59 26 50 22 40 53 77 2 8 0 2 227 424 0 2

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3B HR 1 +8 0 3 0 13 0 6 0 8 0 8 0 6 0 18 0 2 0 0 1 72 0 0

RBI SH 24 0 25 0 49 0 41 2 29 0 28 0 19 0 60 0 2 0 0 0 277 2 0 0

SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG 1 1 13 2 24 1 1 1 .538 0 1 10 0 32 0 0 5 .373 2 1 20 0 48 1 0 5 .520 1 1 24 2 54 1 1 4 .383 0 1 35 2 67 0 0 7 .384 0 4 28 3 46 0 1 6 .521 0 1 13 0 34 0 0 3 .531 6 7 35 1 70 0 0 2 .585 0 1 4 0 9 0 0 0 .556 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 .143 10 18 182 10 384 3 3 33 .477 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 .143

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Full Name: Steven Douglas Hill Height: 5-11 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 3/14/85 at Houston, Texas Opening Day Age: 26 M.L. Service: 0.018 Became Cardinal: Selected in 13th round (412th overall) of the June 2007 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

+Tied League Lead

#Injury Rehabilitation Assignment

CATCHER

NON-ROSTER INVITEE

2010 SEASON: • Began the season at Springfield (AA) before being purchased by St. Louis on 8/11. Became the first Cardinals player to make the jump from Double-A since RHP Matt Duff in 2002. • Made his ML debut on 8/15 and homered in his second at-bat off Marcos Mateo (CHI) to ignite a five-run 9th inning. Became the first Cardinals player to hit a HR in his first ML game since Hector Luna in 2004. • Was leading the TL in homers (22) and RBI (86) at the time of his purchase and finished the season T4th in HR, 3rd in RBI and 2nd in SLG (.543). • Caught four innings in his only ML game (8/15) and registered a 2.25 catchers ERA. Was optioned to Memphis (AAA) on 8/18 and started eight games behind the plate. • Combined to hit .271 with a total of 23 HR and 91 RBI in 102 minor league games between Springfield and Memphis. • Never went more than two games without a hit in 93 games at Springfield. Batted .538 with bases loaded and .409 with RISP and two outs. • Finished in the Top 10 among all Cardinals’ minor leaguers with 24 homers (1st), 92 RBI (1st), .529 slugging percentage (2nd), .874 on-base plus slugging percentage (4th) and 28 doubles (7th). • Registered a season-high nine-game hit streak from 5/18-29. • Made just five errors in 77 combined minor league games as a catcher (.992 FLD%). • Named to the Texas League All-Star team and was TL Player of the Week (7/12-18). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 -- Played the season at Double-A Springfield, making 40 starts behind the plate, 30 in the outfield and 25 at first base...led the team with 19 HR, 64 RBI, 131 hits, 218 total bases, six IBB and 464 at bats...ranked in top 10 among Cardinals minor leaguers in homers (2nd), runs (T8th), hits (T3rd), doubles (T4th) RBI (5th) and SLG (5th)...Cards Minor League Player of the Month for April (.391 BA, 5 HR, 17 RBI)...registered a career-best 5-for-5 at the plate on 4/21 vs. MID...named a TL All-Star and went 0-for2 as a reserve catcher...hit 14 of his 19 homers vs. RHP and batted .303 (43-142) vs. LHP. 2008 – Began his second year at High-A Palm Beach...hit .341 in April to garner a promotion to Double-A Springfield on 5/10...hit .300 in 21 games with Springfield, including a season-high four hits at Arkansas on 5/14...most of his playing time with Springfield came at first base (12 games)...made nine outfield apps. and four behind the plate...was placed on the D.L. on 6/11 with a fracture to the fourth finger (pinkie) on his left hand...belted a career-high three home runs 8/13 at GCL Marlins, two solo and a two-run HR while on a four-game rehab assignment (8/12-16) ...spent 18 games at first, eight in the outfield, five catching and one at third with Palm Beach to finish season...committed all five of his errors at first. 2007 – Began his pro career at short-season Batavia but after just 10 games with a .436 batting average was quickly promoted to Quad Cities (low-A)...split his time between three positions, playing 27 games at first, 26 in the outfield and 13 as a catcher for QC...was named the Midwest League Player of the Week for 7/23-29 after five straight multi-hit games and four consecutive multi-RBI games...registered a 15-game hit streak from 8/3-18. MISC: Graduated from Langham Creek (Texas) High School... drafted in 2007 out of Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas ...was Southland Conference Player of the Year and AllConference 1st baseman in 2007...also attended Eastfield College and San Jacinto College...resides in Houston in the off-season.

Matt Holliday scored 95 runs in 2010, blasting 28 home runs and picking up 103 RBI.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG G AB 2007 Batavia .436 10 39 Quad Cities .303 62 261 2008 Palm Beach .285 46 172 Springfield .303 26 99 GCL Cardinals#.313 4 16 2009 Springfield .282 120 464 2010 Springfield .280 93 361 Memphis .176 9 34 ST. LOUIS .333 1 3 MINOR TOTALS .289 370 1446 MAJOR TOTALS .333 1 3 #Injury Rehabilitation Assignment
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MATT HOLLIDAY

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SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP E 0 1 5 0 5 0 0 1 .692 .511 0 1 2 9 0 58 1 1 4 .487 .330 4 2 0 15 0 42 0 0 5 .529 .339 5 0 1 3 0 31 0 0 3 .505 .330 5 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 1 .938 .313 0 6 2 36 6 106 1 2 11 .470 .333 9 3 4 38 3 90 1 0 11 .543 .352 6 0 1 3 0 10 0 0 3 .382 .263 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.333 .333 0 12 11 109 9 349 3 3 39 .510 .341 29 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.333 .333 0

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Full Name: Matthew Thomas Holliday Height: 6-4 Weight: 235 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 1/15/80 at Stillwater, Oklahoma Opening Day Age: 31 M.L. Service: 7.000 Became Cardinal: Acquired from the Oakland Athletics with cash considerations in exchange for minor league 3B Brett Wallace, OF Shane Peterson and RHP Clayton Mortensen, July 24, 2009. Contract Status: Signed through 2016, with a club option for 2017.

OUTFIELDER
CAREER: • Is a .317 career hitter since making his major league debut in 2004 and has the fourth-best batting average in the majors over the last seven seasons. • Has hit .300 or better in each of the last six seasons and has improved his on-base percentage in five of his seven seasons. • Is a four-time National League All-Star (2006-08, ‘10). Played right field in his first three All-Star appearances even though he has never played any position except left field during the regular season in his career. • Has been honored with a Louisville Silver Slugger Award in four seasons: 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010. • Won the National League batting title with a .340 average in 2007 and finished MAjOR LEAGuE BATTING second in N.L. Most Valuable Player voting. LEADERS SINCE 2004* • Became just the sixth player in M.L. history to hit at least .335 with 35 home runs, 130 RBI, 200 hits and 50 doubles in 2007. The others were Lou Gehrig-1927 NYY, Player AVG Chuck Klein-1930 & 32 PHI-N, Frank Robinson-1962 CIN & Todd Helton-2000 COL. Ichiro Suzuki .332 Albert Pujols .330 • Led all players with five home runs in the 2007 postseason, propelling the Rockies to Joe Mauer .327 their first-ever World Series appearance and was named the NLCS MVP after hitting Matt Holliday .317 .333 with two home runs and four RBI against Arizona. Miguel Cabrera .317 • Is ranked in the top-10 on Colorado’s career list in every offensive category, including Magglio Ordonez .317 third in on-base percentage (.386) and batting (.319), fourth in slugging (.552), fifth in *Min. 2000 PA’s runs (479) and hits (848), and sixth in extra base hits (339), home runs (128) and RBI (483). • Was a member of the U.S. Team in the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006. 2010 SEASON: • In his first full season with St. Louis was selected as a National League All-Star and finished among N.L. leaders in most offensive categories. • Earned a Lousiville Silver Slugger award, finishing 5th in batting in the N.L. at .312. Was also named to The Sporting News All-Star Team and received 10 votes in the N.L. MVP voting for a 12th place finish on the N.L. MVP list. • Was selected to the National League All-Star team, his 4th ASG app. Went 1-for-1 in the game with a single and a run scored after entering the game in left field in the 5th inning. • Finished 3rd among National League players with 186 hits and T2nd with 45 doubles (45 doubles T2nd highest in his career). • Also ranked 4th with 317 total bases, T4th with 52 multi-hit games, 6th in on base percentage (.390) & extra base hits 6th (74), 7th in slugging (.532) and T7th with 103 RBI. • Led all left fielders in the NL with eight outfield assists, the first time a Cardinal led LFers in OF assists since Bernard Gilkey (19 in 1993). He was 2nd in putouts (261) and 4th in fielding pct. (.989) among NL leftfielders. • Had 29 go-ahead RBI, ranking T7th in the Majors and his 17 game-winning RBI finished second on the Cardinals and T3rd in the league. • When batting with two outs, Holliday led the National League with 50 RBI, batting .318 (3rd) with 13 HR (4th).

In 2010 Matt Holliday became the Cardinals everyday leftfielder, and was named to the National League All-Star Team and was an N.L. Silver Slugger winner.

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• Batted .318 on the road (3rd in NL) and smacked LHP at a .344 clip (2nd in NL). • Hit in the #2 slot for 10 games 6/14-25 and batted .400 (16-40) with 5 HR and 11 RBI. • Had team best 16-game hitting streak (second longest in his career) from 9/9-24, batting .431 (25-58) with 2 HR and 12 RBI. • Narrowly edged Albert Pujols for the team lead in batting at .31208 (vs. .31175 for Pujols). Also led the club with 45 doubles and 12 infield hits. • Was named the National League Player-of-the-Week 6/14-20, batting .435 for the week with four home runs and eight RBI. • He drove in eight of the Cardinals 12 runs during their 6/18-20 weekend series vs. the Athletics. • Hit two home runs vs. OAK (6/20) and at COL (7/7), giving him 15 multi-HR games in his career. • Hit home runs in four consecutive games 6/18-22. • Battered his former teams (OAK & COL) with a .487 average (19-39),seven HR’s, 13 RBI and nine runs scored in 10 games. • Batted .364 in Sept./Oct. games, ranking 2nd in the NL (C. Gonzalez, .378). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Ranked among National League leaders in several statistical catagories following 7/24 trade from OAK with .357 BA, 13 HR & 57 RBI...following the All-Star break, finished among the majors Top-10 in BA (.357-6th), HR (16-T9th) and RBI (662nd)...had 12 GWRBI with Cardinals in just 63 games, finishing 2nd to Albert Pujols (19)...the Cardinals were an N.L. best 39-26 (.600 win pct.) following his acquisition...batted .385 (50-130) with nine home runs and 35 RBI in his 34 games played at Busch Stadium...reached base 2 or more times in each of his first nine games with St. Louis, becoming the only Cards player since 1954 to do so...hit safely in each of his first nine games with the Redbirds, the longest such streak by a new Cardinal since Charley Smith (1966) & Alvin Dark (1956) hit safely in their first 10 games to begin their STL careers...collected his 1,000th career hit with a 3rd inning single on 9/3 vs. MIL and hit his 150th career HR on 9/4 at PIT...signed the largest player contract in Cardinals franchise history on 1/7/10 agreeing to a seven-year deal with an option for 2017...he also announced a change in uniform numbers from #15 to #7. 2009 POSTSEASON – Started all three games in leftfield and had two hits during the Division Series games against Los Angeles...hit a solo home run in Game 2 at LA...lost the ball in the lights with two outs in the 9th inning of Game 2 to extend the game. 2008 – Named National League All-Star and honored with a Louisville Silver Slugger Award for the third consecutive season...was the starting right fielder for the NL All-Star squad and went 1-for-3 with a home run (off E. Santana)...became only the second Rockie to homer in an All-Star Game...led the Rockies in doubles, total bases, on-base pct. and slugging pct....ranked third in the NL in average and ranked eighth in the league with107 runs scored...stole a career-high 28 bases...recorded the first 25-homer, 25-steal season by a Rockie since Larry Walker in 1997...batted .332 at home, the sixth best average in the N.L. ...batted .408 during Interleague play, fifth-best in majors...scored a run in 15 consecutive games 7/27-8/10 (20 runs scored), tying the Colorado record set by Dante Bichette...named NL Player of the Week 4/7-13...was on the disabled list 5/25-6/10 with a strained left hamstring. 2007 – Finished second in National League Most Valuable Player voting, 17 votes shy of winning MVP Philadelphia’s Jimmy Rollins...selected to the All-Star team via player voting for the second consecutive season, and also participated in the Home Run Derby...became the fourth player in Colorado history to claim the N.L. batting title (.340), the first since Larry Walker in 2001...led the National League in batting, hits (216), RBI (137), extra-base hits (92), total bases (386) and doubles (50) and ranked among league leaders in home runs (4th, 36), slugging (3rd, .607), and runs (3rd, 120)...compiled just the sixth season in baseball history with .335 average, 35 home runs, 130 RBI, 200 hits and 50 doubles...was one of eight players since 1963 with 200 hits and 90 extra-base hits in a season and became the 13th player over that span with 200 hits and 50 doubles...became just the fifth player since 1949 to lead the NL in both batting average and RBI in a season...was twice named N.L. Player of the Week: 7/23-29 and 9/10-16...was named N.L. Player of the Month for September...set a Colorado record with a 38-game onbase streak from 7/22-9/2...hit 11 home runs in a span of 12 games 9/9-20. 2007 POSTSEASON – Homered in his first two career postseason contests becoming the 13th player in major league history with home runs in each of his first two career postseason games...named the NLCS MVP after batting .333 with two HRs and four RBI in four games against Arizona...hit a solo homer in Game 3 of the NLCS to give the Rockies a 1-0 lead and hit a 3-run shot in Game 4 to cap a six-run 4th...hit .294 with one home run and three RBI in the World Series vs. BOS...went 4-for-4 in Game 2 at Fenway Park on 10/25 and hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning of WS Game 3. 2006 – Was selected to the NL All-Star roster for the first time... was voted onto the team by his peers and went 0-3...named to National League Silver Slugger team...his .326 average was the fifth best in the NL...tied for 10th among NL outfielders with eight assists...grounded into 22 double plays, tied for third most in the league...stole home on 8/9 at LA as part of a double steal... compiled 34 RBI in September, the most for any N.L. player in the final month since Gary Carter had 34 for the Mets in September 1985...was named NL Co-Player of the Week 9/1824 along with the Braves’ Andruw Jones. 2005 – Made 121 starts in left field despite a stint on the disabled list...was on the D.L. 6/9-7/18 with a fractured right pinkie finger sustained while making a headfirst dive 6/4 vs. CIN...his 64 RBI after the All-Star break were the 2nd-highest in the NL & T4th in the majors...was NL Player of the Week 7/25-31...had a careerhigh eight RBI on 9/20 vs. SD, matching a franchise record...HRed twice in that game, his 3rd multi-HR game of the season. 2004 – Made his major league debut 4/16 and never relinquished his spot as the team’s left fielder...was named to Baseball America’s All-Rookie Team, Topps’ Major League Rookie AllStar Team and finished fifth in the National League Rookie of the Year voting...ranked among the top five N.L. rookies in several offensive categories...his 14 home runs were second most by a rookie in Colorado history...started 109 games in left field, the most OF starts by a rookie in club history...made his ML debut as the starting left fielder on 4/16 at St. Louis...singled off Woody Williams for his first hit on 4/18...injured his left elbow while diving for a ball in the ninth inning 9/12 vs. SD...MRI revealed a mild sprain forcing him to sit out the remaining 20 games of the season. 2003 – Spent a second straight year at Double-A...led Tulsa with 72 RBI and tied for the team lead with 28 doubles...T 2nd in the Texas League with 15 outfield assists...played for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League following the season where his play earned him a spot on the USA Baseball Olympic Qualifying Team, accompanying Team USA to Panama. 2002 – In his first Double-A campaign was named a midseason All-Star by the Southern League...ranked fifth in the league with 79 runs scored...led the team with 16 stolen bases...was the Southern League’s “Hitter of the Week,” 6/21-27 and earned weekly honors again 7/12-18...batted .235 in Carolina’s playoff series vs. Jacksonville.

MATT HOLLIDAY
2001 – In his second year with Salem played in 72 games before having season-ending elbow surgery on 7/24...was Carolina League Player of the Month for June...saw his first career action as an outfielder, appearing in 30 games without an error. 1998 - 2000 – Played 112 of 123 games at third base in 2000 for Salem...in his first year in the minors in 1998, T3rd in the Arizona Rookie League with 5 homers, helping his club to the ARL title. MISC: Earned All-American honors out of Stillwater High School as a senior in both football and baseball and also was the region’s Gatorade Player of the Year award in both sports...was recruited out of High School to play quarterback at OSU, but signed with Colorado (Pat Daugherty)...competed for the 1997 USA Junior National Team...was selected in the seventh round of the 1998 June draft...started his pro career as a third baseman and didn’t move to the outfield until High-A in 2001...is the son of current North Carolina State associate head baseball coach and former Oklahoma State head coach Tom Holliday...is a nephew of Dave Holliday, a Special Assistant to Rockies GM Dan O’Dowd... brother, Josh, is the assistant baseball coach at Vanderbilt University...was voted by his teammates as the 2010 recipient of the Darryl Kile Award...he and his wife, Leslee, have two sons, Jackson (12/4/03) and Ethan (2/23/07), and a daughter Gracyn (11/7/09)...they make their year-round home in St. Louis.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG 1998 AZL Rockies .342 1999 Asheville .264 2000 Salem .274 2001 Salem .275 2002 Carolina .276 2003 Tulsa .253 2004 Colo Springs .364 Colorado .290 2005 Colorado .307 Tulsa# .538 2006 Colorado .326 2007 Colorado *.340 2008 Colorado .321 Colo Springs# .600 2009 Oakland .286 ST. LOUIS .353 2010 ST. LOUIS .312 A.L. TOTALS .286 N.L. TOTALS .320 STL TOTALS .324 MAJOR TOTALS .317 G AB 32 117 121 444 123 460 72 255 130 463 135 522 6 22 121 400 125 479 7 26 155 602 158 636 139 539 3 10 93 346 63 235 158 596 93 346 919 3487 221 831 1012 3833 R 20 76 64 36 79 65 8 65 68 6 119 120 107 4 52 42 95 52 616 137 668 H 2B 3B HR RBI SH 40 4 1 5 23 0 117 28 0 16 64 0 126 28 2 7 72 0 70 16 1 11 52 0 128 19 2 10 64 1 132 28 5 12 72 0 8 5 0 2 4 0 116 31 3 14 57 1 147 24 7 19 87 0 14 3 0 1 6 0 196 45 5 34 114 0 *216 *50 6 36 *137 0 173 38 2 25 88 0 6 1 0 1 3 0 99 23 1 11 54 0 83 16 2 13 55 0 186 45 1 28 103 0 99 23 1 11 54 0 1117 249 26 169 641 1 269 61 3 41 158 0 1216 272 27 180 695 1 SF HBP BB IBB SO 4 2 15 2 21 5 9 53 0 116 5 2 43 1 74 5 3 33 3 42 1 7 67 2 102 7 6 43 4 74 0 0 5 0 6 1 6 31 0 86 4 7 36 1 79 1 0 1 0 3 3 15 47 3 110 4 10 63 7 126 2 8 74 6 104 0 0 1 0 3 2 6 46 3 58 5 4 26 5 43 2 8 69 10 93 2 6 46 3 58 21 58 346 32 641 7 12 95 15 136 23 64 392 35 699 SB CS GDP 2 1 0 10 3 8 11 5 12 11 3 10 16 2 14 15 9 9 2 0 1 3 3 9 14 3 11 1 0 0 10 5 22 11 4 23 28 2 9 0 0 0 12 3 8 2 4 5 9 5 13 12 3 8 77 26 92 11 9 18 89 29 100 SLG .521 .435 .389 .475 .391 .395 .864 .488 .505 .769 .586 .607 .538 1.000 .454 .604 .532 .454 .552 .552 .543 OBP .413 .350 .335 .358 .375 .313 .481 .349 .361 .536 .387 .405 .409 .636 .378 .419 .390 .378 .389 .398 .388 E 10 37 32 0 7 2 0 7 7 0 6 3 3 0 4 1 3 4 30 4 34

*Led league. #Injury rehabilitation assignment. Year Team 2007 COL vs. PHI 2009 STL vs. LA D.S. TOTALS AVG .231 .167 .200 G 3 3 6 AB 13 12 25

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
R 2 1 3 H 3 2 5 2B 0 0 0 3B HR 0 2 0 1 0 3 RBI SH 3 0 1 0 4 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 1 0 1 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP SLG 3 0 0 0 .692 2 0 0 0 .417 5 0 0 0 .560 OBP .231 .231 .231 E 0 1 1

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LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2002 COL vs. ARI AVG .333 G 4 AB 15 R 3 H 5 2B 3B HR 0 0 2 RBI SH 4 0 SF HBP 0 1 BB IBB 1 0 SO SB CS GDP 6 0 0 0 SLG OBP .733 .412 E 0

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WORLD SERIES RECORD
Year Team AVG 2007 COL vs. BOS .294 G 4 AB 17 R 1 H 5 2B 3B HR 0 0 1 RBI SH 3 0 SF HBP 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 3 0 0 1 SLG OBP .471 .294 E 0

Full Name: Jonathan Henry Jay Height: 5-11 Weight: 200 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 3/15/85 at Miami, Florida Opening Day Age: 26 M.L. Service: 0.134

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
Year Team AVG 2006 National .000 2007 National .000 2008 National .333 2010 National 1.000 ALL-STAR TOTALS .222 G 1 1 1 1 4 AB 3 2 3 1 9 R 0 0 1 1 2 H 0 0 1 1 2 2B 0 0 0 0 0 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 RBI SH 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 0 0 1.333 .333 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 1 0 0 0 .556 .222 E 0 0 0 0 0

Became Cardinal: Selected in 2nd round (74th overall) of the June 2006 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
Year Team 2006 USA AVG .000 G 3 AB 6 R 0 H 0 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 SF HBP 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 1 0 0 0 SLG OBP .000 .000 E 0

OUTFIELDER
2010 SEASON: • Played in 105 games in his rookie season, starting 66. Played all outfield positions with 61 games in RF, 27 in CF and 9 in LF. Led all Cardinals CFer with 2 OF assists. • Recalled on 4/26 and again on 7/3, remaining on the roster the rest of the season. • Ranked among National League rookie leaders in batting (4th, .300), on base percentage (4th, .359), outfield assists (T3rd, 5) and T5th longest hitting streak at 12 games (19-38, .500). • Led all MLB players by appearing in 29 games during the month of September. • Led the National League in batting during the month of July with a .431 BA (31-72). • Batted .318 (7-22) as a pinch-hitter with 3 RBI. • Led the Cardinals with three bunt singles. • Began season in Memphis (AAA) with a 16-game hitting streak (25-68, .368). Played in 42 games batting .342 with 4 HR, 32 RBI and led the team in stolen bases (13-13). • At Memphis, w/RISP batted .487 (19-39) with 28 RBI and .571 w/RISP and 2 outs. • Was named Cardinals Minor League Player of the Month in April batting .372 with 2 HR, 11 RBI and 8 doubles. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Tied a Memphis (AAA) franchise record with five hits against Round Rock (7/28)...played in 136 games, highest on team and third most in the Pacific Coast League...led all Memphis outfielders with a .996 fielding percentage (1 error) in 262 total chances...led team with 12 HBP and tied for team lead with eight sacrifices and three intentional walks...finished second on the team and in the Cardinals minor league system with 142 hits and 72 runs...hit a solo home run and scored two runs in the AAA Championship game against Durham...tabbed as best “Hitter for Average” in the Cardinals minor league system by Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. 2008 – Returned as an every day centerfielder after an injuryplagued 2007...played the majority of his season at Springfield and enjoyed a month-long promotion to Memphis in August...recorded a 12-game hitting streak in which he had eight multi-hit games and was 24-43 (.558) from 4/20-5/1...named Texas League Player of the Week 6/2-8 (12-24, .500) and rewarded as the Organization’sJune Player of the Month...named to the Texas League All-Star team and went 2-3 with a double and walk, scoring once in the extra-inning loss...transferred to Memphis on 7/29 but was placed on the D.L. on 8/15 until the end of the season with a left shoulder strain...was hitting .345 with hits in all but four of his 12 games placed at time of his injury...ranked the 16th-best prospect in the Texas League by Baseball America. 2007 - Season was hampered by shoulder and wrist injuries... played with Springfield (AA) until 5/18 when he was placed on the D.L. with a right shoulder strain...appeared in one game with GCL Cardinals on a rehab assignment (6/21)...when reinstated was placed on the Palm Beach roster...went back on the D.L. 7/1019 and again 8/10 to the end of season with a left shoulder strain. 2006 - Played with low-A Quad Citites after being drafted in June...batted .339 in July and .361 in August...played all of his games in left field or center field...his .342 overall average was tops among players from the Cardinals ‘06 draft class...was ranked the 5th-best prospect in the organization by Baseball America. MISC: Played football and baseball at Columbus High School in Miami, Fla....drafted out of the University of Miami (Fla.) in 2006... was a three-time All-American and a First Team-All Atlantic Coast Conference selection...was on the 2005 National USA baseball team...resides in Miami where he enjoys fishing and boating.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Outfield PCT .982 G 997 PO 1762 A 48 E 34 TC 1844 DP 9

2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, four times. Last: 8/10 at Cincinnati. Most Runs: 4, 7/7 at Colorado. Most 2Bs: 2, four times. Last: 8/13 vs. Chicago. Most HRs: 2, two times. Last: 7/7 at Colorado. Most RBI: 3, 12 times. Last: 9/27 vs. Pittsburgh. Most BBs: 3, twice. Last: 9/18 vs. San Diego. Longest Hitting Streak: 16 games, 9/9-24.

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, 20 times. Last: 8/10/10 at Cincinnati. Most Runs: 4, three times. Last: 7/7/10 at Colorado. Most 2Bs: 3, 6/27/06 at Los Angeles Angels. Most HRs: 2, 15 times. Last: 7/7/10 at Colorado. Most RBI: 8, 9/20/05 vs. San Diego. Most BBs: 3, 10 times. Last: 9/18/10 vs. San Diego. Most SBs: 2, nine times. Last: 7/18/09 vs. Los Angeles Angels. Longest Hitting Streak: 17 games, 8/10-27/07. Grand Slams: 4. Last: 7/20/09 vs. Minnesota. (Keppel). Game-Ending HR’s: 3. Last: 9/18/09 vs. Chicago Cubs (Heilman). Pinch HR’s: None.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Colorado Rockies in 7th round (210th player overall) of the June 1998 free-agent draft. • On Colorado disabled list (right pinkie finger fracture), June 9 to July 18, 2005; included injury rehabilitation at Tulsa. • On Colorado disabled list (strained left hamstring), May 25 to June 9, 2008; included injury rehabilitation at Colorado Springs. • Acquired by the Oakland Athletcs in exchange for LHP Greg Smith, RHP Huston Street and OF Carlos Gonzalez, November 12, 2008. • Acquired by the St. Louis Cardinals with cash considerations in exchange for minor league 3B Brett Wallace, OF Shane Peterson and RHP Clayton Mortensen, July 24, 2009. • Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent to a seven-year contract with a club option for 2017, January 7, 2010.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG 2006 Quad Citites .342 2007 Springfield .235 GCL Cardinals#.500 Palm Beach .286 2008 Springfield .306 Memphis .345 2009 Memphis .281 2010 Memphis .321 ST. LOUIS .300 MINOR TOTALS .301 MAJOR TOTALS .300 # Injury Rehabilitation.
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JOE KELLY

G AB 60 234 26 102 1 2 32 126 96 372 16 58 136 505 42 165 105 287 409 1564 105 287

R H 42 80 17 24 0 1 19 36 57 114 8 20 72 142 31 53 47 86 246 470 47 86

2B 13 4 0 8 17 4 23 16 19 85 19

3B HR 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 2 3 11 1 1 2 10 0 4 2 4 11 33 2 4

RBI SH 45 1 11 0 0 0 10 0 47 7 10 0 54 8 32 3 27 8 209 19 27 8

SF HBP BB IBB SO 2 3 28 3 27 0 4 11 0 19 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 5 0 25 3 6 39 2 46 0 0 6 0 10 5 12 34 3 64 2 4 17 0 22 1 3 24 0 50 13 31 140 8 214 1 3 24 0 50

SB CS GDP SLG OBP 9 4 3 .462 .416 4 1 0 .373 .333 0 0 0 .500 .500 5 2 1 .397 .321 10 7 5 .457 .379 0 1 0 .500 .406 20 8 6 .394 .338 13 0 0 .491 .394 2 4 5 .422 .359 61 23 15 .432 .367 2 4 5 .422 .359

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Full Name: Joseph William Kelly Height: 6-1 Weight: 185 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 6/9/88 at Anaheim, California Opening Day Age: 22 (Turns 23 on June 9) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in the 3rd round (98th overall) of the June 2009 First-Year Player Draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Outfield PCT .993 G 88 PO 137 A 5 E 1 TC 143 DP 1

PITCHER
2010 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS Most Hits: 3, seven times. Last: 9/16 vs. San Diego. Most Runs: 3, 8/6 at Florida. Most 2Bs: 2, two times. Last: 7/19 vs. Philadelphia. Most HRs: 1, four times. Last: 8/28 at Washington. Most RBI: 2, five times. Last: 8/28 at Washington. Most BBs: 3, 7/18 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Most SBs: 1, two times. Last: 8/22 vs. San Francisco. Longest Hitting Streak: 12 games, 5/30-7/15.

NON-ROSTER INVITEE

2010 SEASON: • Hard throwing RHP moved into a starting role with 18 starts in 26 appearances following a year of 16 app. and two starts. • Started 12 consecutive games beginning on 6/20 after alternating starts over first 13 appearances of the season. • Named Midwest League Pitcher of the Week (7/26-8/1) after striking out a career-high 11 batters in 6.2 IP (3 H, 1 R, 0 ER). • Won three consecutive decisions (4 starts) from 7/10 to 7/28, posting a .249 ERA and 24 strikeouts in 21.2 innings. • Converted only save opportunity of the season (5/30 at BUR), throwing 4.0 hitless innings allowing one unearned run. • Had a stronger record at home posting a 6-3 mark at Modern Woodmen Park as opposed to 0-5 on the road. • Posted quality starts in all five games in which he threw 6.0 innings or more. • Led the team with 12 wild pitches, ranked second with seven hit batsmen. • Induced 14 double plays, ranking third on the team. • Did not allow more than six hits in any appearance until his 25th appearance of the year in which he surrendered 10. • Rated as the 10th-best prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Made 16 appearances with two starts at Batavia...ranked 3rd among Cardinals minor leaguers in toughest to HR off, not allowing a HR in 138 total batters faced...earned first professional win working 1.2 innings of relief vs. Jamestown (7/24)...nine of his 14 relief appearances were four outs or more...struck out four batters in four appearances...posted a strong reverse split holding LH batters to a .220 BA (13-59)...earned first professional save with a perfect inning of relief vs. Mahoning Valley (7/11)...ranked T-5th among Batavia relievers with 16 appearances and 4th with six games finished. MISC: Played college baseball at the University of California at Riverside...was a teammate of current Cardinal pitcher Adam Reifer...left UC-Riverside as the career saves leader with 24...was Big West Conference 2007 Freshman of the Year and First Team all-Big West...Played for USA National Team in 2007 winning a silver medal in the Pan-American Games...his father, Joseph, played wide receiver for Vanderbilt University and was signed as a free agent by the San Diego Chargers...distant relative of notorious gangster George “Machine Gun” Kelly...resides in Corona, Calif.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2009 Batavia 2010 Quad Cities MINOR TOTALS W-L 2-3 6-8 8-11 ERA 4.75 4.62 4.65 G 16 26 42 GS CG 2 0 18 0 20 0 GF SHO SV IP 6 0 1 30.1 3 0 1 103.1 9 0 2 133.2 H 33 103 136 R 23 66 89 ER 16 53 69 HR HBP 0 3 3 7 3 10 BB IBB 11 0 45 0 56 0 SO WP 30 3 92 12 122 15 BK BA 0 .273 2 .265 2 .267

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BLAKE KING
Full Name: Blake Matthew King Height: 6-1 Weight: 195 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 4/11/87 at Tulsa, Oklahoma Opening Day Age: 23 (Turns 24 on April 11) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in 44th round (1,334th overall) of the June 2005 free-agent draft Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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Full Name: David Justin Kopp Height: 6-3 Weight: 205 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 10/22/85 at Coral Springs, Florida Opening Day Age: 25 M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in 2nd round (71st overall) of the June 2007 free-agent draft Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

PITCHER
2010 SEASON: • Made 53 appearances at Springfield (AA) of the Texas League, ranking 3rd in app. and led league in holds (12). • Struck out 84 batters in 68 innings to rank 2nd on the Springfield staff and 20th in the TL despite being a relief pitcher, also ranked 2nd in the Texas League with 11.12 strikeouts per nine innings pitched. • Selected to the Texas League North All-Star team. Pitched one inning, allowing three runs to take the loss in the game. • Made 13 consecutive scoreless appearances from 7/17-8/18 totalling 15.0 innings, allowing just three hits and fanning 24. • Made 19 appearances of four outs or more, including 14 of 2.0 IP or more. • Ranked 1st in TL for lowest opp. BA by a reliever (.171), holding RH batters to a .153 BA and LH batters at .200 BA. • Struck out a batter in 42 of his 53 appearances with a season-high of five K’s on 7/20 vs. TUL in 2.0 IP for the win. • Pitched for Surprise of the Arizona Fall League. Went 1-0 with a 6.30 ERA in 10 app., averaging a strikeout per inning. • Rated with “Best Slider” in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Pitched in 44 games, 41 at Palm Beach (A) before finishing the season with three appearances in Springfield (AA) ...made two starts in Palm Beach before relieving the rest of the season...his nine wins led all Cardinals relief pitchers and ranked T3rd among all Cards minor league pitchers...was toughest to HR off among Cardinals minor leaguers, not surrendering a HR in 343 batters faced (79.1 IP)...finished in the Top 10 in strikeouts (8th, 102) and was the first Cardinals relief pitcher to strike out 100 batters in a season since Matt Scherer in 2006...held opposing batters to a .176 BA and was T-4th in strikeouts/9 IP (11.57). 2008 – Made 31 appearances between Quad Cities (A) and Palm Beach (A), utilized as both a starter and reliever...struck out a season-high eight batters over four innings vs. GLL (4/27), allowing one unearned run on one hit...held RH batters to a .161 BA (14-87) at Palm Beach. 2007 – Appeared in 35 games between Batavia (SS-A) and Quad Cities (A), making 18 starts. Held opposing batters to a .214 BA in Quad Cities. 2006 – Earned a win in his first professional start, throwing five scoreless innings of one-hit ball at BRI (6/22)...struck out a careerhigh 10 batters twice (7/2 at ELI & 8/4 vs. PRI)...ranked 7th in the Appy League in ERA (3.02) and second in strikeouts (74)...named Appy League pitcher of the week (6/26-7/2) winning two starts with 13 strikeouts in 10 IP and a 1.80 ERA. MISC: Played college ball at Eastern Oklahoma State Jr. College...led the NJCAA in strikeouts with 123 and ranked eighth in ERA with a 1.05 mark in 2006...resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

PITCHER
2010 SEASON: • Made 26 starts with 21 coming in Springfield (AA) and five starts in Memphis (AAA). • Went 12-4 with a 3.05 ERA in 21 starts at Springfield (AA), tying for the Texas League lead in winning percentage (.750). • Selected to the Texas League North All-Star team but did not pitch in the game. • Won four games in both the months of May and August. • Posted outstanding day game numbers going a perfect 6-0 with an 0.82 ERA in six starts. • Longest outing of the season came on 8/19 at CC tossing a career-high 7.1 innings in a 4-2 win. • Ranked 2nd in the Texas League with 12 wins, 4th in ERA (3.05), T-2nd in double plays induced (20) and 9th in WHIP (1.36). • Ranked 5th in the Texas League in fewest baserunners per nine innings (12.42). • Made 11 starts in which he held his opponent to one earned run or less while throwing 5.0 innings or more. • His 12 wins ranked 3rd among Cardinals farmhands, T-6th in games started (26) and 7th with 145 innings pitched. • Made one start in the Texas League playoffs and lost 5-2 to NWA (9/10), allowing three runs (2 ER) in 5.1 innings. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Started the season at Palm Beach (A) making 15 appearances and 13 starts before being promoted to Springfield (AA) on 5/24...posted a 5-3 record with a 3.12 ERA in 69.1 innings...posted a career-high nine strikeouts 5/15 vs. CHA...won four straight games from 5/9-8/17...induced 10 double play balls at Palm Beach and added five more in Springfield...missed an entire month (6/9-7/11) after being placed on the 7-day D.L. with a right shoulder strain. 2008 – Began season at Palm Beach (A) and made 10 appearances and six starts...Posted a 1-3 record with a 3.76 ERA and one save...had three scoreless appearances of 4.0 innings or more...won first professional game 5/10 vs. DUN, tossing five scoreless innings of four-hit ball...placed on the 7-day D.L. on 5/23 with right shoulder tendonitis...made two rehab starts at the Gulf Coast League before being shut down for the remainder of the season. 2007 – Made two starts for Batavia in the New York-Penn League allowing one unearned run over four innings with three strikeouts. MISC: Played college ball for Jack Leggett at Clemson University and was a part of largest draft class in school history with 11 players drafted in 2007...Named to the 2007 All-ACC Tournament team after throwing his only collegiate complete game in a 5-1 win over #3 Florida State...Made one appearance in the 2006 College World Series throwing an inning of relief against #2 Cal-State Fullerton...resides in Margate, Fla.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2006 Johnson City 2007 Quad Cities Batavia 2008 Quad Cities Palm Beach 2009 Palm Beach Springfield 2010 Springfield MINOR TOTALS W-L ERA G 4-3 3.02 13 2-3 5.21 19 1-4 4.70 16 2-5 4.41 16 1-3 4.64 15 9-3 2.84 41 0-0 10.80 3 4-3 2.91 53 23-24 3.89 176 GS CG 13 0 9 0 9 0 8 0 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 48 0 GF SHO SV IP 0 0 0 62.2 1 0 0 57.0 3 0 0 53.2 2 0 0 51.0 2 0 0 42.2 12 0 0 76.0 1 0 0 3.1 15 0 0 68.0 36 0 0 414.1 H 37 44 48 47 32 41 7 40 296 R 25 36 28 29 27 29 4 23 201 ER 21 33 28 25 22 24 4 22 179 HR HBP BB IBB 3 0 29 0 3 2 44 1 3 1 34 0 2 4 49 0 1 1 33 1 0 2 58 1 0 0 5 0 5 3 48 5 17 13 300 8 SO WP 74 3 62 18 65 4 60 6 45 4 96 5 6 0 84 4 492 44 BK 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 4 BA .167 .214 .240 .251 .218 .160 .438 .173 .202

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Year Team 2007 Batavia 2008 Palm Beach GCL Cardinals 2009 Palm Beach Springfield 2010 Springfield Memphis MINOR TOTALS W-L 0-1 1-3 0-0 5-3 1-1 12-4 0-5 19-17 ERA 0.00 3.76 4.91 3.12 6.43 3.05 8.63 3.87 G 2 10 2 15 5 21 5 60 GS CG 2 0 6 0 2 0 13 0 5 0 21 1 5 0 54 1 GF SHO SV IP 0 0 0 4.0 1 0 1 38.1 0 0 0 3.2 1 0 0 69.1 0 0 0 21.0 0 0 0 121.0 0 0 0 24.0 2 0 1 281.1 H 3 38 2 67 29 126 38 303 R 1 21 2 25 18 47 28 142 ER 0 16 2 24 15 41 23 121 HR HBP BB IBB 0 1 3 0 1 5 15 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 26 1 3 0 11 0 9 2 39 2 4 3 11 0 20 14 105 3 SO WP 3 0 30 3 2 0 58 6 6 1 78 3 12 2 189 15 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BA .200 .262 .154 .262 .337 .279 .365 .283

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PETE KOZMA
Full Name: Peter Michael Kozma Height: 6-0 Weight: 170 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 4/11/88 at Tulsa, Oklahoma Opening Day Age: 22 (Turns 23 on April 11) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in 1st round (18th overall) of the June 2007 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2007 Johnson City GCL Cardinals Batavia 2008 Quad Cities Palm Beach 2009 Palm Beach Springfield 2010 Springfield MINOR TOTALS * Led League AVG .264 .154 .148 .284 .130 .315 .216 .243 .243 G 30 4 8 99 24 18 113 132 428 AB 106 13 27 377 77 73 407 503 1583 R H 16 28 4 2 1 4 58 107 4 10 8 23 52 88 69 122 212 384 2B 8 0 0 20 4 5 15 28 80 3B HR 0 2 0 0 1 0 4 5 0 0 0 0 3 6 2 13 10 26 RBI SH 9 0 0 0 2 0 40 1 10 3 8 0 37 4 72 7 178 15 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 0 2 12 0 21 3 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 1 1 0 6 5 45 0 69 12 5 7 3 1 10 0 27 0 1 0 2 1 8 0 16 1 0 0 5 1 42 0 88 4 2 6 3 1 56 2 111 13 2 9 19 11 176 2 341 34 13 23 SLG .396 .154 .222 .398 .182 .384 .312 .384 .355 OBP E .350 12 .267 1 .179 9 .363 18 .231 4 .381 9 .288 25 .318 *34 .319 114

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2010 SEASON: • Played the entire season at Springfield (AA), covering a team high 132 games. • Posted career high numbers with 13 home runs, 72 RBI, 122 hits, 69 runs, 28 doubles and 13 stolen bases. • Ranked 5th in the Texas League with 503 at-bats. • Was named Texas League Player of the Week (5/3-9), batting .355 (11-31) with 2 HR, 10 RBI, including two 4 RBI games. • Had 13 multiple-RBI games including seven games of 3 RBI or more and three 4-RBI games. • Belted 2 HR in a game for the first time in his career on 8/18 at CC, going 4-for-5 with 3 RBI in a 6-5, 11 inning win. • Recorded a hit and a run scored in the same game for six consecutive games (5/15-22). • Led all Texas League shortstops in games (132), total chances (655), putouts (201), assists (420), errors (34) and double plays (100). Also led all AA shortstops with 100 double plays turned. • Batted .304 (7-23) with a team high two home runs, three RBI and four runs scored in the Texas League playoffs. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Began season at Palm Beach (A), batted .315 in 18 games, and was promoted to Springfield (AA) on 5/1, during organizational shift due to Khalil Greene’s injury, for the rest of the season...named Texas League Player of the Week (6/8-14) after batting .455 (10-22) with four doubles, a home run and six RBI...selected to the Texas League All-Star Game as a reserve shortstop and singled in his only at-bat...best AA offensive performance came in front of hometown crowd at TUL (6/11) going 3-for-4 with a home run and four RBI...hit first professional grand slam off Jonathan George (6/10) at TUL, part of back-toback home runs with teammate Matt Arburr who followed with a PH home run, in a game Kozma missed hitting for the cycle by a single...had a solid June hitting safely in 19 of 27 games for a .280 average (28-100) with two home runs and 13 RBI...finished Palm Beach action on a seven-game hitting streak (13-28, .464) and hit safely in 14 of 18 games...reached safely all five plate appearances while tallying a season-high four hits (4-4) including a double at SAR on 4/26...rated as the Best Defensive shortstop in the Texas League by Baseball America. 2008 – Played in 123 games between Quad Cities (99 games) and Palm Beach...started the season hot batting .341 in April...was solid in the clutch hitting .300 (27-90, 30 RBI) with RISP...selected to play in the Midwest League All-Star Game and went 1-for-3 as the starting SS...earned a promotion to Palm Beach following a strong July (.324, 34-105, 15 RBI). 2007 - Played in 42 games making three stops from Johnson City, Gulf Coast League and Batavia...hit first professional home run for Johnson City 8/10 at Princeton. MISC: Was the Cardinals highest draft choice since 2000 (Shaun Boyd, 13th overall)...was an All-American at Owasso High School in Owasso, Okla...finished senior season with team-bests in batting average (.522), runs (56), RBI (55) and home runs (11)...he struck out five times in 113 at-bats and had 23 walks...had a three-homer game in the Oklahoma state 6-A playoffs and helped lead Owasso HS to a state title with his solo HR the only run in the 1-0 championship win...resides in Owasso, Oklahoma.

Colby Rasmus greets teammates Jon Jay, Matt Holliday and Albert Pujols at homeplate.

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GERALD LAIRD
Full Name: Gerald Lee Laird Height: 6-1 Weight: 225 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 11/13/79 at Westminster, California Opening Day Age: 31 M.L. Service: 6.077 Became Cardinal: Signed as a free agent, December 14, 2010. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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all American League catchers with 75 assists...threw out 39.8 percent of runners attempting to steal (39/98), second-best among league catchers...belted his first career grand slam 5/21 vs. MIN, collecting a season-high five RBI...had a nine-game hitting streak 7/16-29, batting .333 (12-for-36). 2006 – Spent the entire season at the major league level with the Rangers, serving as the club’s back-up catcher...combined to hit .366 (37-for-101) in 33 games during May, June and July... collected a career-high four hits and two home runs on 6/4 at CWS ...fared better against lefthanded pitchers, batting .400 (34-for-85) vs. .241 (38-for-158) against righties...batted .323 in 35 games prior to the All-Star break and .278 in 43 games following the break ...threw out 43.2 percent of runners attempting to steal (19/44). 2005 – Began the year with Oklahoma (AAA), spending the majority of the season with that club in addition to seeing action in two separate stints with the Rangers...selected to the Pacific Coast League’s mid-season All-Star team...homered and collected four RBI in the Triple A All-Star Game to earn PCL Most Valuable Player honors...tied the Triple-A All-Star Game record with four RBI...tabbed the best defensive catcher in the Pacific Coast League by Baseball America...named the PCL Player of the Week for 4/18-24 after hitting .684 (13-for-19) with three doubles, a triple, two home runs and eight RBI in five games...earned Rangers Minor League Player of the Month honors for April after hitting .381 (24-for-63) with three doubles, a triple, four home runs and 11 RBI in 15 games -T7th in the PCL with a .381 batting average during the month...recalled by the Rangers on 6/27 and saw action in one game before being optioned back to Oklahoma on 6/28...sidelined 7/20-8/19 with a left hamstring strain...assigned to the Arizona League Rangers for an injury rehabilitation assignment 8/3-19...recalled by Texas on 9/1 and saw action in 12 games over the remainder of the season. 2004 – Made the Rangers Opening Day roster out of Spring Training for the first time in his major league career...started behind the plate on Opening Day (4/5 at OAK) to become the first rookie catcher to start for the club on Opening Day in team history...selected as the American League Rookie of the Month for April after hitting .346 (18-for-52) with four doubles and five RBI in 16 games...sidelined 5/21-7/23 with a left thumb ligament injury -- saw action in six games with Oklahoma (AAA) on an injury rehabilitation assignment 7/17-23. 2003 – Opened the 2003 season with Oklahoma (AAA) before receiving his first major league action in two separate stints with the Rangers...led all Pacific Coast League catchers with 71 assists...tied for the league lead among catchers with 11 errors... recalled by Texas on 4/30 and made his major league debut that night as a defensive replacement behind the plate at TOR... collected his first major league hit on 5/6 vs. TOR, a double off Doug Creek...optioned to Oklahoma on 5/15...recalled a second time for the remainder of the season on 9/2...connected for his first major league home run on 9/27 at LAA, a solo shot off Ramon Ortiz...named the sixth-best prospect in the Rangers organization following the season by Baseball America...played

for Team USA in the International Championships following the season. 2002 – Assigned to Double A Tulsa after being acquired from the Oakland Athletics in a six-player deal on January 14, 2002... sidelined 5/1-10 with a right ankle sprain...batted .356 (36-for-101) with four doubles, a triple, three home runs and 19 RBI in 27 games during July...hit .310 (13-for-42) with two doubles, a home run and eight RBI in 10 games during the Texas League playoffs... named the fifth-best prospect in the Rangers organization and 20th-best prospect in the Texas League following the season by Baseball America...played with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League following the season, hitting .214 in 21 games. 2001 – Spent the entire season with Single-A Modesto in the Athletics organization...earned honorable mention honors to the California League’s post-season all-star squad...named the 19thbest prospect in the organization following the season...hit .333 (6-for-18) in eight games with Phoenix in the Arizona Fall League before being sidelined with a fractured right hand. 2000 – Limited to 47 games with Single-A Visalia and the Arizona League Athletics due to two stints on the disabled list...saw action in five games with Visalia before being sidelined 4/13-6/20 with a right wrist contusion...transferred to the Arizona League Athletics on 6/21, only to be returned to Visalia that same day and placed back on the disabled list with a right wrist fracture -- sidelined with the injury until 7/4...transferred to the Arizona League Athletics on 7/4 after seeing action in 13 games with the Arizona League Athletics...returned to Visalia on 7/22...named the 11th-best prospect in the Athletics organization by Baseball America. 1999 – Made his professional debut with Single-A Southern Oregon after signing as a draft-and-follow selection on 6/1... earned Northwest League post-season all-star honors...led all Northwest League catchers with 70 assists, 11 errors and 19 passed balls... hit .330 (32-for-97) with two doubles, a triple, home run and 17 RBI in 24 games during July. MISC: Graduated from La Quinta High School in Westminster, Calif...tabbed a First-Team High School All-American by Baseball America following his senior season in 1998 -- hit .630 (68-for108) with eight home runs, 46 RBI and 42 stolen bases...selected by Oakland in the second round of the June 1998 draft...played for Cypress Junior College in Cypress, Calif. in 1999... he and his wife, Kelly, and daughter, Berlin Elizabeth (12/22/06), reside in Scottsdale, AZ during the off-season.

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CAREER: • St. Louis becomes his fourth organization since being drafted by Oakland in 1998 (also Texas and Detroit). • Has thrown out 35.9 percent of runners attempting to steal (142 of 396) since the start of the 2006 season, 2nd among American League catchers during that stretch. His 142 runner’s caught stealing leads all M.L. catchers in that time frame. • Named the American League Rookie of the Month with the Texas Rangers in April of 2004. 2010 SEASON: • Completed his second season with the Tigers, splitting the club’s catching duties with Alex Avila. Made 76 starts behind the plate and appeared in 87 games total. • Threw out 29.2 percent of runners attempting to steal (24 of 82), third-best among American League catchers. • Ranked 3rd among A.L. catchers with 52 assists. • Collected a season-high three hits on 6/15 vs. WSH. Equaled the high with three hits on 6/27 at ATL. • Batted .333 (8-24) with a double, home run and five RBI over a season-best seven-game hitting streak 8/13-26. • Entered the game on 9/2 at MIN as a pinch-hitter in the 11th inning and successfully recorded a sacrifice bunt before he belted a game-winning home run in the 13th inning. According to Elias, it marked the first time a player entered the game in extra innings to put down a sacrifice bunt in his first trip to the plate and hit a home run later in the game since 8/14/92 when Milwaukee’s Jim Gantner did so vs. Boston. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Was acquired by Detroit in a three-player deal with Texas during the off-season...served as Detroit’s primary catcher and saw action in a career-high 135 games...threw out 40.4 percent of runners attempting to steal (40/99), tops among American League catchers...topped all A.L. catchers with a .997 fielding percentage and 78 assists...hit by a pitch 10 times during the season, tied for seventh-most in the American League...tied for eighth in the league with 10 sacrifice hits...tabbed the second-best defensive catcher in the American League by Baseball America... did not commit an error in his first 56 games of the season behind the plate 4/6-6/17...batted .241 in 74 games prior to the all-star break and hit .205 in 61 games following the all-star break...hit .340 (16-47) with two doubles, a triple, home run and five RBI over his first 14 games of the season 4/6-25...batted .341 (15-for-44) with four doubles, a triple, two home runs and eight RBI over a 13-game stretch 6/18-7/6...hit .357 (15-for-42) with three doubles and four RBI over a 13-game stretch 9/10-26.

2008 – Served as the primary catcher for the Texas Rangers, during most of the season, seeing action in 95 games...batted .306 in 51 games prior to the All-Star break and .242 in 44 games after the break...equaled career highs with four hits and two home runs on 4/6 at LAA, establishing a career best six RBI...also belted two home runs on 8/3 vs. TOR...posted a career-high 10-game hitting streak 4/21-5/8, batting .359 (14-for-39) with three doubles, a home run and four RBI...started at third base on 6/6 vs. TB, his first appearance at that position during his major league career...sidelined 6/21-7/26 with a left hamstring strain... appeared in four games during an injury rehabilitation assignment with Triple-A Oklahoma 7/22-26 ...ejected by home plate umpire Bill Hohn on 8/31 at LAA for arguing a called third strike in the eighth inning, his first career ejection. 2007 – Saw action in a career-high 120 games for Texas, establishing career bests with nine home runs and 47 RBI....led

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG 1999 Southern Oregon .285 2000 AZL Athletics .300 Visalia .243 2001 Modesto .255 2002 Tulsa .276 2003 Oklahoma .260 Texas .273 2004 Texas .224 Oklahoma# .182 2005 Oklahoma .310 Texas .225 GCL Rangers# .192 2006 Texas .296 2007 Texas .224 2008 Texas .276 Oklahoma# .000 2009 Detroit .225 2010 Detroit .207 MINOR TOTALS .269 MAJOR TOTALS .242 # Injury Rehabilitation G 60 14 33 119 123 99 19 49 6 75 13 8 78 120 95 4 135 89 541 598 AB 228 50 103 443 442 338 44 147 22 281 40 26 243 407 344 12 413 270 1945 1908 R 45 10 14 71 70 50 9 20 2 51 7 4 46 48 54 1 49 22 318 255 H 2B 65 7 15 2 25 3 113 13 122 21 88 20 12 2 33 6 4 2 87 12 9 2 5 2 72 20 91 18 95 24 0 0 93 23 56 11 524 82 461 106 3B HR 2 2 1 0 0 0 5 5 4 11 5 9 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 17 0 1 2 0 1 7 3 9 0 6 0 0 2 4 0 5 23 44 7 34 RBI SH 39 2 9 0 13 0 46 4 67 1 42 1 4 0 16 4 2 0 55 1 4 0 3 0 22 1 47 5 41 4 2 0 33 10 25 6 278 9 192 30 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 5 2 28 0 43 10 5 4 1 1 6 0 7 2 0 3 2 1 14 0 27 7 2 3 6 10 48 1 101 10 9 9 10 5 45 1 95 8 6 14 2 7 37 4 61 9 3 7 0 1 5 0 11 0 0 2 3 2 12 0 35 0 1 5 0 0 2 0 8 1 0 1 2 5 28 1 61 12 2 5 0 0 2 0 7 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 1 2 2 12 0 54 3 1 7 4 2 30 1 103 6 2 3 4 6 23 2 63 2 4 5 2 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 10 40 0 68 5 0 11 2 3 18 0 57 3 1 7 30 34 211 7 408 60 27 47 19 26 142 3 398 19 9 41 SLG .361 .379 .333 .337 .343 .344 .432 .286 .250 .380 .350 .276 .473 .349 .398 .176 .320 .304 .346 .358 OBP .360 .380 .272 .341 .416 .429 .360 .287 .273 .562 .262 .423 .332 .278 .329 .000 .306 .263 .403 .300 E 11 0 8 18 8 11 1 5 1 6 3 0 6 12 8 0 3 5 63 43

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Oakland Athletics in second round (45th player overall) of the June 1998 draft. • Acquired by Texas Rangers along with INF Jason Hart, OF Ryan Ludwick and LHP Mario Ramos, in exchange for 1B Carlos Pena and LHP Mike Venafro, January 14, 2002. • On Texas disabled list (left thumb ligament injury), May 21-July 23, 2004; included rehabilitation assignment to Oklahoma (AAA) July 17-23. • On Texas disabled list (left hamstring strain), June 21-July 26, 2008; included rehabilitation assignment to Oklahoma (AAA) July 22-26. • Acquired by Detroit in exchange for RHP’s Carlos Melo and Guillermo Moscoso, December 8, 2008. • Signed by St. Louis as a free agent, December 14, 2010.
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Position Catcher First Base Third Base Outfield PCT .988 1.000 1.000 --G 578 1 2 3 PO 3351 1 0 0 A 302 0 3 0 E 43 0 0 0 TC 3696 1 3 0 DP 47 1 0 0 PB 42 CS 160 ATT 443 PCT 36.1 P-OFF 5

2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 3, twice. Last: 6/27 at Atlanta. Most Runs: 2, 6/27 at Atlanta. Most RBI: 2, six times. Last: 9/19 at Chicago White Sox. Most BBs: 2, 4/22 at Los Angeles Angels. Longest Hitting Streak: 7 games, 8/13-26.

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, twice. Last: 4/6/08 at Los Angeles Angels. Most Runs: 4, 6/4/06 at Chicago White Sox. Most 2Bs: 2, seven times. Last: 8/9/09 vs. Minnesota. Most HRs: 2, three times. Last: 8/3/08 vs. Toronto. Most RBI: 6, 4/6/08 at Los Angeles Angels. Most BBs: 2, 16 times. Last: 4/22/10 at Los Angeles Angels. Longest Hitting Streak: 10 games, 4/21-5/8/08. Grand Slams: 1, 5/21/07 vs. Minnesota (J. DePaula). MLB Network announcer and former Cardinals pitcher John Smoltz, stopped by Spring Training to talk to Cardinals starters Chris Carpenter, Adam Wainwright, Jaime Garcia, Kyle Lohse and Jake Westbrook.

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Full Name: Kyle Matthew Lohse Height: 6-2 Weight: 210 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 10/4/78 at Chico, California Opening Day Age: 32 M.L. Service: 9.092 Became Cardinal: Signed as a free agent, March 14, 2008. Contract Status: Signed through 2012.

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2007 – Combined to go 9-12 with a 4.62 ERA in 34 games (32 starts) between Cincinnati and Philadelphia...tossed two complete games, 5/28 vs. PIT and 7/6 vs. ARI...struck out a career-high 12 batters on 4/15 at CHI...was traded to the Phillies on 7/31 in exchange for LHP Matt Maloney...Phillies went 9-2 (.818) in his 11 starts...left his first start with the Phillies after 1.0 inning due to being hit on the right arm by a line drive. 2007 POSTSEASON – Appeared in one game for the Phillies...relieved starter Kyle Kendrick in the 4th inning of Game 2 of the Division Series vs. COL and allowed grand slam to first batter he faced (Kaz Matsui) ...it was the only hit he allowed in 1.1 innings. 2006 – Combined to finish 5-10, 5.83 in 19 starts and 15 relief apps with MIN and CIN...on 8/1 vs. LA made his Reds debut in relief...made his best start of the season in a 14-0 win vs. HOU on 8/22, when he threw 8.0 shutout innings...in that start had a career-high three hits. 2004 - 2005 – Ranked among the Twins’ pitching leaders in starts (3rd), innings pitched (3rd), victories (T3rd) and strikeouts (4th) during the 2005 season...in 2004, tied for the club lead in starts (34) and ranked among the Twins’ pitching leaders in strikeouts (3rd) and innings pitched (4th)...in a 12-0 victory on 7/7 vs. KC recorded a season-high seven strikeouts on his way to his fourth career complete game and third career shutout. 2004 POSTSEASON – His only appearance was in Game 4 of the Division Series vs. NYY...tossed 2.0 innings of relief, struck out three, and allowed his only run on a double, stolen base and wild pitch in the 11th inning to take the loss in the series clincher for NYY. 2003 – Established a then career high with 14 victories and career highs with 201.0 innings pitched and 130 strikeouts...threw complete games on 5/8 at TB and 5/24 at SEA. 2003 POSTSEASON – Started Game 3 of the Division Series vs. NYY and suffered the loss against Roger Clemens...allowed three runs in 5.0 innings of the 3-1 defeat, with a Hideki Matsui two-run HR in the 2nd inning the big blow. 2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 7.0, three times. Last: 10/2 vs. Colorado. Most Strikeouts: 8, 5/1 vs. Cincinnati. Most Walks: 4, three times. Last: 10/2 vs. Colorado. Most Runs Allowed: 9, 5/12 vs. Houston. Most Hits Allowed: 11, 8/28 at Washington. Most HRs Allowed: 2, 8/15 vs. Chicago. Longest Winning Streak: 2 games, 9/12-17. Longest Losing Streak: 3 games, 4/15-5/12. Longest Scoreless Streak: 8.0, 9/27-10/2.

2002 – In his first full season in the Major Leagues went 13-8, 4.23 in 31 starts and one relief appearance for the Twins...ranked second on the pitching staff in victories, innings pitched (180.2) and strikeouts (124)...in a 5-0 victory on 8/20 at CWS threw his first career complete game, fanning eight...on 12/16 had arthroscopic surgery to remove loose particles in his right knee. 2002 POSTSEASON – Appeared in a pair of games out of the bullpen in the Division Series vs. OAK and combined to allow zero runs on two hits in 4.0 IP...tossed the final inning of a 13-5 loss in Game 5 of the ALCS as the Angels clinched the pennant. 2001 - Was promoted to MIN on 6/20 and two days later at DET started in his Major League debut...on 6/27 vs. CWS recorded six strikeouts in his first career victory...on 7/12 at MIL recorded his first career hit and RBI (off Jimmy Haynes). 2000 - At Class AA New Britain, ranked second in the Eastern League in starts (28)...led the EL in losses (18), hits allowed (196), runs allowed (123) and earned runs allowed (112)... following the season pitched for Grand Canyon in Arizona Fall League. 1997 - 1999 - Began the 1999 season at Daytona and made nine starts before being traded to the Twins on 5/21/99...pitched in the 1999 Florida State League All-Star Game on 6/19...began his pro career in 1997 with the Cubs...ranked among the Midwest League pitching leaders in innings pitched (4th), victories (T4th) and complete games (T5th) in 1998. MISC: Graduated from Hamilton City (Calif.) High School in 1996, where he played football, basketball and baseball...was named All-Conference from 1993-96 and sectional MVP in 1996 ...attended Butte (CA) Community College, where he was AllConference in 1997...in 2004 toured Japan with the Major League All-Star team...is married to Gabrielle, and the couple have one son, Kameron, and a daughter, Alexis...last name is pronounced LOW-sh.
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2010 SEASON: • Battled through a second season of injury, including surgery on his right forearm for nerve compression. It was the first surgery of this kind performed on a professional baseball player. • Made just 18 starts split evenly before and after his D.L. stint. Was on the disabled list from 5/23 - 8/15. • Was the final member of the Cardinals starting rotation to record a win, picking up the ‘W’ vs. WSH on 5/17. • St. Louis went 5-2 in games in which he threw 6.0 innings or more. • Did not allow a homer until his 6th start of the season (5/6 at PIT) after beginning the season with 29 consecutive homerless innings. Surrendered the first home run by a Cardinals starter at Busch Stadium in 2010 on 5/12 to Lance Berkman, ending a 100.2 inning homerless streak. • Played three innings in LF during 20-inning game against the NY Mets on 4/17 and made two putouts. • His start vs. LAA on 5/22 was his last before being placed on the D.L. , leaving the game after 3.1 innings. • Had fascial release surgery of his right forearm on 5/28 by Dr. Steven Shin in Los Angeles. Spent 84 days on the D.L. and made four minor league rehab starts, three with Memphis (AAA) and one in Springfield (AA) before his return on 8/15. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Endured an up and down season, landing on the disabled list (twice) for the first time in his Major League career...went 30 with a 1.97 ERA in five April starts, including a complete-game 3-hit shutout of the Astros on 4/12 at Busch Stadium...pitched 8.0 scoreless innings 5/23 vs. KC in 5-0 win, but was hit by a pitch on his right forearm in his 8th inning at-bat...tried to fight through soreness and started on nine days rest 6/3 vs. CIN, but was removed after 2.0 innings...missed 36 games while on the DL 6/47/11 with strained right forearm flexor, his first trip to the DL in eightyear MLB career...in his first start after returning from the DL on 7/12 (Gm 1), suffered the loss at CHI, 7-3, allowing four runs in 5.0 IP...took the loss at SD on 8/21 when he left after 4.0 IP with a left groin strain and returned to the DL 8/22-9/5. 2009 POSTSEASON – Did not pitch during the Division Series vs. Los Angeles. 2008 – Spring free agent acquisition posted career highs in wins (15) and a career-low ERA (3.78) and was signed to a four-year contract extension the day after the season concluded...his .714 winning percentage ranked 5th in the N.L. and his 2.97 ERA during night games ranked 7th-lowest in the league....his ninegame winning streak from 5/24-7/17 matched the league’s season high and was the best by a Cardinals pitcher since Chris Carpenter won 13-straight decisions in 2005...posted a 2.35 ERA during the 9-game win streak (9-0, 12 games)...was 5-0 in June, tying his career-high for wins in a calendar month..became first STL pitcher since Matt Morris in 2004 to start both Opening Day and first game following the All-Star break...his 2.36 ERA in April was the lowest for a STL starting pitcher since Woody Williams posted a 1.09 ERA in April of 2003 (min. 25 IP)...his April ERA was the 3rd lowest by a Cards starter since 1992 (Williams - 1.09 & Bob Tewksbury - 1.61 in April 1992)...had a 42.2-inning homerless streak from 9/26/07 to 5/3/08 -- his career-long homerless streak is 43.0 innings (8/22-9/24/03 with MIN)...served a five-game suspension 9/10-14 handed down by MLB on 8/20 for “throwing a pitch in the head area of the Reds’ Edinson Volquez” on 8/17...signed a one-year contract as a free agent on 3/14 and made two Grapefruit League starts, going 1-0 with a 1.80 ERA (10.0 IP/ 2 ER)...made his first career Opening Day start on 4/1 after the scheduled Opening Day was rained out while underway (3/31)...became the first Opening Day starter since Darryl Kile in 2000 to make his Cardinals debut in a season opener...was the first pitcher in the modern era (since 1900) to begin his Cardinals tenure without allowing a run in back-to-back starts of at least five innings.

CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 9.0, seven times. Last: 4/12/09 vs. Houston. Most IP (Relief): 4.0, 7/4/06 at Kansas City. Most Strikeouts: 12, 4/15/07 at Chicago Cubs. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 4, three times. Last: 7/7/06 at Texas. Most Walks: 6, two times. Last: 9/21/04 at Chicago White Sox. Most Walks (Relief): 3, two times. Last: 6/10/06 vs. Baltimore. Most Runs Allowed: 9, 5/12/10 vs. Houston. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 4, 6/10/06 vs. Baltimore. Most Hits Allowed: 12, 9/2/03 vs. Los Angeles Angels. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 4, three times. Last: 8/1/06 vs. LA Dodgers. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 12 times. Last: 7/27/08 at New York Mets. Longest Winning Streak: 9 games, 5/24/08-7/17/08. Longest Losing Streak: 6 games, 4/26/07-5/23/07. Low-Hit Complete Game: 3. Last: 4/12/09 vs. Houston. Shutouts: 5. Last: 4/12/09 vs. Houston. Last Relief Appearance: 9/8/09 at Milwaukee.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year 1997 1998 1999 Team AZL Cubs Rockford Daytona Fort Myers New Britain 2000 New Britain 2001 New Britain Edmonton Minnesota 2002 Minnesota 2003 Minnesota 2004 Minnesota 2005 Minnesota 2006 Minnesota Rochester Cincinnati 2007 Cincinnati Philadelphia 2008 ST. LOUIS 2009 ST. LOUIS Springfield# Memphis# 2010 ST. LOUIS Memphis# Springfield# MINOR TOTALS A.L. TOTALS N.L. TOTALS STL TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS * Led league. W-L 2-2 13-8 5-3 2-3 3-4 3-18* 3-1 4-2 4-7 13-8 14-11 9-13 9-13 2-5 2-1 3-5 6-12 3-0 15-6 6-10 0-0 1-0 4-8 1-0 0-1 39-43 51-57 37-41 25-24 88-98 ERA 3.02 3.22 2.89 5.18 5.89 6.04 2.37 3.12 5.68 4.23 4.61 5.34 4.18 7.07 1.50 4.57 4.58 4.72 3.78 4.74 3.86 0.00 6.55 3.21 9.00 4.15 4.88 4.65 4.68 4.79 G 12 28 9 7 11 28 6 8 19 32 33 35 31 22 4 12 21 13 33 23 1 1 18 3 1 119 172 120 74 292 GS CG 11 0 26 3 9 1 7 0 11 1 28 0 6 0 8 1 16 0 31 1 33 2 34 1 30 0 8 0 4 2 11 0 21 2 11 0 33 0 22 1 1 0 1 0 18 0 3 0 1 0 116 8 152 4 116 3 73 1 268 7 GF SHO SV IP H R ER 0 0 0 47.2 46 22 16 1 1 0 170.2 158 76 61 0 1 0 53.0 48 21 17 0 0 0 41.2 47 28 24 0 0 0 70.1 87 49 46 0 0 0 167.0 *196 *123 *112 0 0 0 38.0 32 10 10 0 1 0 49.0 50 21 17 2 0 0 90.1 102 60 57 0 1 0 180.2 181 92 85 0 1 0 201.0 211 107 103 1 1 0 194.0 240 128 115 1 0 0 178.2 211 85 83 5 0 0 63.2 80 50 50 0 0 0 24.0 15 6 4 1 0 0 63.0 70 33 32 0 1 0 131.2 143 76 67 0 0 0 61.0 64 33 32 0 0 0 200.0 211 88 84 0 1 0 117.2 125 69 62 0 0 0 4.2 3 2 2 0 0 0 6.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 92.0 129 75 67 0 0 0 14.0 9 6 5 0 0 0 5.0 12 5 5 1 3 0 691.0 705 369 319 9 3 0 908.1 1025 522 493 1 2 0 665.1 742 374 344 0 1 0 409.2 465 232 213 10 5 0 1573.2 1767 896 837 HR HBP BB IBB 0 1 22 0 8 11 45 1 4 0 16 0 5 4 9 0 9 5 23 0 23 3 55 0 5 2 4 0 3 4 13 0 16 8 29 0 26 9 70 2 28 5 45 1 28 7 76 5 22 9 44 5 8 6 25 2 1 0 6 0 7 0 19 2 16 6 33 1 6 6 24 2 18 3 49 3 16 3 36 2 1 0 4 0 0 1 2 0 9 3 35 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 62 31 201 1 128 44 289 15 72 21 196 12 43 9 120 7 200 65 485 27 SO WP BK 49 3 0 121 13 1 41 1 0 33 1 0 41 2 0 124 6 0 32 0 0 48 3 0 64 5 0 124 8 0 130 10 1 111 6 0 86 4 1 46 1 1 12 0 0 51 2 0 80 3 0 42 0 0 119 5 0 77 3 1 3 0 0 6 0 0 54 1 0 14 0 0 4 0 0 528 29 1 561 34 3 423 14 1 250 9 1 984 48 4 BA .249 .246 .242 .292 .315 .291 .230 .262 .284 .259 .268 .305 .299 .308 .176 .287 .280 .276 .272 .269 .176 .100 .336 .170 .500 .265 .285 .284 .286 .285

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 29th round (862nd overall) of the June 1996 free-agent draft. • Acquired by the Minnesota Twins, along with RHP Jason Ryan, in exchange for RHP Rick Aguilera and RHP Scott Downs, May 21, 1999. • Acquired by the Cincinnati Reds for minor league RHP Zach Ward, July 31, 2006. • Acquired by the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for LHP Matt Maloney, July 30, 2007. • Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent, March 14, 2008. • Re-signed by the St. Louis Cardinals on September 29, 2008. • On St. Louis disabled list (strained right forearm flexor) June 4 to July 11, 2009; including injury rehabilitation to

Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA).
• On St. Louis disabled list (groin strain) from August 22 to September 5, 2009. • On St. Louis disabled list (right forearm surgery) from May 23 to August 15, 2010; including injury rehabilitation
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Year Team 2002 MIN vs. OAK 2003 MIN vs. NYY 2004 MIN vs. NYY 2007 PHI vs. COL 2009 STL vs. LA D.S. TOTALS

W-L 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2

ERA 0.00 5.40 4.50 6.75 3.65

G 2 1 1 1 5

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
GS CG 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 GF SHO SV IP H R 1 0 0 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 5.0 6 3 1 0 0 2.0 1 1 0 0 0 1.1 1 1 ELIGIBLE -- DID NOT PITCH 2 0 0 12.1 10 5 ER 0 3 1 1 5

HR HBP 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

BB IBB 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

SO WP BK 5 0 0 5 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 14 1 0

BA .143 .286 .143 .200 .213

LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2002 MIN vs. ANA W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 1 GS CG 0 0 GF SHO SV 1 0 0 IP 1.0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 HR HBP 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 SO WP BK 1 0 0 BA .000

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher Outfielder PCT .985 1.000 G 292 1 PO 136 2 A 201 0 E 5 0 TC 342 2 DP 9 0

REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .171 .163 G 21 296 AB 35 227 R 2 9 H 6 37 2B 3B HR 2 0 0 5 0 0 RBI SH 3 2 16 33 SF HBP 0 0 1 3 BB IBB 0 0 3 0 SO SB CS GDP 8 0 0 0 65 0 1 1 SLG OBP .229 .171 .185 .184 E 1 5

After mid-season arm surgery in 2010, Lohse improved over the final half of the season, pitching 7.0 scoreless innings in his last start, October 2, vs. Colorado.

3 hits: 8/22/06 vs. HOU

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LANCE LYNN
Full Name: Michael Lance Lynn Height: 6-5 Weight: 250 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 5/12/87 at Marion County, Indiana Opening Day Age: 23 (Turns 24 on May 12) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in the supplemental 1st round (39th overall) of the June 2008 free-agent draft Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2008 Batavia Quad Cities 2009 Palm Beach Springfield Memphis 2010 Memphis MINOR TOTALS *Led league. W-L 1-0 0-1 0-0 11-4 0-0 13-10 25-15 ERA 0.96 2.25 2.30 2.92 2.70 4.77 3.66 G 6 2 5 22 1 29 65 GS CG SHO 4 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 22 0 0 1 0 0 29 0 0 60 0 0 GF SV IP 1 0 18.2 0 0 8.0 0 0 15.2 0 0 126.1 0 0 6.2 0 0 164.0 1 0 339.1 H 12 8 16 117 5 164 322 R 5 2 4 51 2 96 160 ER 2 2 4 41 2 87 138 HR HBP BB IBB SO WP 0 1 4 0 22 1 2 1 2 0 7 0 0 0 3 0 17 0 5 4 51 0 98 5 0 0 3 0 9 1 21 8 62 0 *141 2 28 14 125 0 294 9 BK 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 BA .179 .258 .276 .251 .200 .259 .252

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Seattle Mariners in the 6th round of the June 2005 free-agent draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the supplemental 1st round of the June 2008 free-agent draft.
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2010 SEASON: • Became the first Memphis pitcher to win 13 games since Larry Luebbers went 13-4 in 1999. • Combined with Brandon Dickson (11) to become the first pair of Memphis pitchers to win 11 or more games since Luebbers (11) and Sean Lowe (12) in 1998. • Set a franchise record with a 16 strikeout performance on 9/10 in the deciding third game of the OKC playoff series. That total was the top strikeout performance in all of minor league baseball. • Finished the season first in the PCL with 141 strikeouts, tied for first with 29 games started and tied for second with 13 wins. • Won six of his final eight starts and posted a 3.24 ERA during that span. • Struck out a career-high 11 batters in two separate outings during the regular season, once on 7/20 vs. OMA and again on 8/30 vs NO. • Went 5-1 with a 2.70 ERA (36.2 IP, 11 ER, 31 K) in August and is a career 7-1 with a 2.33 ERA during the month. • Topped the Cardinals minor leaguers in strikeout total (141) for the second consecutive season, ranked first in games started (29), second in innings pitched (164.0), second in wins (13) and ninth in strikeouts per nine innings 7.74. • Named Cardinals Minor League Pitcher-of-the-Month for May as he compiled a 3-1 record with a 3.19 ERA (31.0 IP, 5 GS, 9 BB, 33 SO). • Ranked the sixth-best prospect in the Cardinals minor league system by Baseball America. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Began the season with five games at Palm Beach...named Cardinals organizational Pitcher-of-the-Year after jumping three levels in his first full professional season. Joined previous two winners Jess Todd and P.J. Walters as the only Cardinals Pitchers-of-the-Year to accomplish the three level feat...went 20 with a 1.87 ERA (33.2 IP, 31 H, 26 K) in six starts in August earning a promotion to finish the season in Memphis...topped all Cardinals minor leaguers with 124 strikeouts, 2nd in wins (11), T-3rd in innings (148.2) and games started (25), and 4th in ERA (2.85)...honored as Cardinals organization Pitcher-of-the-Month for May at Springfield (AA)...finished third in the Texas League in ERA (2.92) and T-3rd with 11 wins...named to the Texas League All-Star team. 2008 - Made six appearances (4 GS) at short-season Batavia (A)...earned first pro win vs. HVR (7/2) with three scoreless innings of relief (1 H, 3 K)...struck out a season-high seven batters in final start at STC (7/26) in four innings...made two starts in Quad Cities (A) throwing eight innings, striking out seven and totalling a 2.25 ERA. MISC: Graduated from Brownsburg HS in Brownsburg, Ind...drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 6th round of the 2005 June free-agent draft, but did not sign...named 2005 Gatorade HS Player of the Year for Indiana...honored as a Louisville Slugger and EA Sports All-American after recording a 16-0 record with two saves and an 0.71 ERA in 18 appearances, while hitting .400 with 14 home runs his senior season...totalled a 33-4 record with seven saves and a 1.10 career high school mark...played college baseball at the University of Mississippi...set the Ole Miss single season (146) and career (332) strikeout records in 2007...named All-Southeastern Conference 2nd-team pitcher in 2007 and 2008...selected as the 2007 Oxford Regional MVP after shutout against Southern Miss...was named to 2007 Team USA squad for the Pan-American games...resides in Brownsburg, Indiana. St. Louisan Kyle McClellan led all Cardinals pitchers and tied his career high with 68 appearances in 2010, surpassing 60 appearances for a third-straight season..

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Full Name: Michael Lance Lynn Height: 6-5 Weight: 250 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 5/12/87 at Marion County, Indiana Opening Day Age: 23 (Turns 24 on May 12) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in the supplemental 1st round (39th overall) of the June 2008 free-agent draft Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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2007 – Made conversion from starter to reliever after undergoing Tommy John elbow surgery in 2005 and follow-up ulnar nerve surgery in 2006...began the season at Palm Beach (A) and posted a 1.24 ERA in 16 games while fanning 24 batters in 29.0 IP...earned promotion to Springfield (AA) in late June...allowed runs in just five of his 24 games and was unscored upon in his first 10 games (14.0 IP) following promotion to Double-A... combined for 54 strikeouts and just 10 walks in his 59.2 IP for the year and allowed just two home runs all season...finished 2nd among relief pitchers in runners/9 IP (8.80) and he was 4th in walks/9 IP (1.47)...took part in Arizona Fall League with Mesa Solar Sox and fanned 9 batters in 7.1 IP. 2002 - 2006 – Made three starts in 2006 for Johnson City before elbow stiffness resulted in surgery to transpose his ulnar nerve...in

2005 made seven starts (18 appearances) for Quad Cities and was credited with his first professional save...season was cut short by elbow injury that required Tommy John surgery... posted career highs for games (24) and innings pitched (128.0) at Peoria (A) during 2004...his 12 losses ranked 4th in the Midwest League... returned to Johnson City in 2003 and finished among Appy League leaders in IP (3rd-67.2) and losses (2nd-6)...made his professional debut in 2002 with Johnson City (R), appearing in seven games following his selection in June draft. MISC: Graduated from Hazelwood West (Mo.) High School in 2002...lettered in baseball, football and basketball...his brother, Matt, served as his high school pitching coach...was Missouri All-State selection as both a pitcher and first baseman in both his junior and senior seasons...enjoys hunting and fishing...he and his wife, Bridget, make their home in Maryland Heights, Mo.

COMPLETE RECORD
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2010 SEASON: • Led all Cardinals pitchers and tied his career-high with 68 appearances, surpassing 60 appearances for a 3rd straight season. • Led all Cardinals relievers for the second time out of three seasons with 23 Holds. • Did not allow a run at home in first 20 appearances of the season (4/12-7/20) and was scored upon only twice in 34 total home appearances. • Registered the lowest ERA in MLB for pitchers against NL Central opponents at 0.85 (3 er/31.2 ip) with a minimum of 20 IP, and held opponents to a .164 BA. • Had an outstanding July compiling an 0.64 ERA in 14 innings (12 app.). • Worked best on short rest with a 1.06 ERA on 0 days rest (2 er/17 ip) in 13 app. • Had solid reverse splits for the 3rd consecutive season, limiting opposing LH batters to a .204 BA (22-108) with two HR, ranking 7th among NL relievers. • Ranked 11th among NL relievers with 75.1 IP, 16th in ERA at 2.27 and 20th in opponents BA at .210. • Converted 2 of 3 save opportunities. • Cardinals were 44-24 (.647) in games in which McClellan appeared. • Had a season-best nine consecutive scoreless appearances from 6/30-7/21. Finished the season with six consecutive scoreless appearances. • Took loss 9/17 vs. Padres after allowing 2 HRs in tie game snapping an 8-game scoreless streak (8.0 IP). • Worked 19 outings of four outs or more with 10 appearances of 2.0 IP. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 SEASON – Followed up his solid 2008 rookie campaign with a strong sophomore season out of the bullpen...surpassed 60 appearances for the 2nd-straight season and allowed just 5 of 30 inherited runners to score...was one of four Cardinals relievers to record 15 or more Holds...had solid reverse splits for the 2nd straight season, limiting opposing LH batters to a .198 BA (21106) with one HR...made 32 appearances vs. NL Central clubs and went 2-3 with three saves and 2.57 ERA vs. division foes...he made eight appearances of 2.0 IP (his season high) and in those eight, allowed just two hits, no runs, and fanned 15. 2009 POSTSEASON – Pitched 0.2 of an inning during Game 1 of the Division Series vs. LA Dodgers...surrendered a hit, walk and hit a batter, but was not charged with any runs as Trever Miller came in to end the frame. 2008 – Native St. Louisan had an impressive rookie season appearing in 68 games and posting a 4.04 ERA...Named Hamilton Jewelers and Baume & Mercier Watch Company Cardinals Rookie of the Year, the first pitcher to win the award since Brad Thompson in 2005...his 68 appearances were 3rd-most ever by a Cardinals rookie reliever (M. Perez 77 in 1992 and T. Worrell 74 in 1986)...ranked 2nd in appearances among N.L. rookie relievers despite appearing in just six games in the season’s final month...was one of nine N.L. rookies to post a save, a list that featured three Cardinals (Perez & Motte)...tied for 2nd in MLB (T1st in NL) with 30 holds as based on STATS LLC calculations...made 10 outings of 2.0-or-more innings with the Cards going 7-3 in those games...made Major League debut on 4/1 vs. COL, earning a hold with 1-2-3 6th inn...picked up 1st ML win 7/5 vs. CHI with 2.0 IP when team scored 3 in bottom of 9th for 5-4 victory...suffered his 1st M.L. loss 4/7 at HOU, allowing 2-run walkoff HR to Tejada in 9th. Team Johnson City Johnson City Peoria Quad Cities Johnson City Palm Beach Springfield 2008 ST. LOUIS 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 W-L ERA G 0-2 11.25 7 3-6 3.99 12 4-12 5.34 24 1-4 4.83 17 0-1 9.45 3 4-1 1.24 16 2-0 2.35 24 2-7 4.04 68 4-4 3.38 66 1-4 2.27 68 14-26 4.64 103 7-15 3.23 202 GS CG 3 0 12 0 24 1 8 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 1 0 0 GF SHO SV IP 0 1 0 12.0 0 0 0 67.2 0 0 0 128.0 0 4 1 54.0 0 0 0 6.2 0 4 0 29.0 0 8 0 30.2 0 7 1 75.2 14 0 3 66.2 18 0 2 75.1 0 17 1 328.0 39 0 6 217.2 H 17 74 143 59 7 22 24 79 56 58 346 193 R 17 34 85 33 7 4 9 37 27 20 189 84 ER 15 30 76 29 7 4 8 34 25 19 169 78 HR HBP 3 1 4 5 12 14 4 6 0 1 0 2 2 0 7 4 4 2 9 3 25 29 20 9 BB IBB 7 0 16 1 34 1 26 0 3 0 4 0 6 1 26 2 34 2 23 3 96 3 83 7 SO WP 8 3 44 5 84 18 36 7 4 0 24 2 30 2 59 6 51 4 60 2 230 37 170 12 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BA .327 .269 .283 .286 .259 .210 .214 .269 .229 .210 .270 .237

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2009 STL vs. LA W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 1 GS CG 0 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 0.2 H 1 R 0 ER 0 HR HBP 0 1 BB IBB 1 0 SO WP 0 0 BK 0 BA .333

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher PCT 1.000 G 202 PO 18 A 21 E 0 TC 39 DP 2

REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .000 .100 G 68 202 AB 2 10 R 0 0 H 1 1 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 0 1 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 SLG OBP .500 .500 .100 .100 E 0 0

2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 2.0, 10 times. Last: 9/24 at Chicago Cubs. Most Strikeouts: 2, 15 times. Last: 9/16 vs. San Diego. Most Walks: 3, 4/20 at Arizona. Most Runs Allowed: 4, 9/18 vs. San Diego. Most Hits Allowed: 4, two times. Last: 9/18 vs. San Diego. Most HRs Allowed: 2, 9/18 vs. San Diego. Longest Winning Streak: 1 game, 7/16. Longest Losing Streak: 2 games. Last: 7/22-present. Longest Scoreless Streak: 11.2, 6/30-7/21.

CAREER HIGHS Most IP: 3.0, 4/27/08 at Houston. Most Strikeouts: 4, four times. Last: 9/18/09 vs. Chicago Cubs. Most Walks: 3, two times. Last: 4/20/10 at Arizona. Most Runs Allowed: 4, three times. Last: 9/18/10 vs. San Diego. Most Hits Allowed: 5, 6/7/08 at Houston. Most HRs Allowed: 2, two times. Last: 9/18/10 vs. San Diego. Longest Winning Streak: 2 games, 8/4-19/09. Longest Losing Streak: 3 games, two times. Last: 7/22-9/1/08. Longest Scoreless Streak: 12.0, 4/9-5/2/08.

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SHELBY MILLER
Full Name: Shelby Charles Miller Height: 6-3 Weight: 195 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 10/10/90 at Houston, Texas Opening Day Age: 20 M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in the 1st round (19th overall) of the June 2009 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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Full Name: Trever Douglas Miller Height: 6-3 Weight: 185 Bats: Right Throws: Left Born: 5/29/73 at Louisville, Kentucky Opening Day Age: 37 (Turns 38 on May 29) M.L. Service: 10.095 Became Cardinal: Signed as a free agent on November 20, 2008. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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CAREER: • Is tops among all Major League LHPs with 541 appearances over the last eight seasons (since 2003). • Has made at least 60 apperances in seven of the last eight seasons, 2003-2010 (57, 2010). • Has held lefties to a .221 average in his career, as opposed to .292 by right-handed hitters. • Is the Rays all-time leader among lefties with 189 appearances, having passed Doug Creek (140) for the distinction on May 17, 2008 at STL. • Ranks 6th on the all-time Rays appearances list with 189 behind righthanders Esteban Yan (266), Dan Wheeler (258), Travis Harper (240), Roberto Hernandez (207) and Grant Balfour (203). • The Cardinals are his 7th major league team and 9th organization.

2010 SEASON: • Honored as the Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Year, completing his first full professional season one month before he turned 20. Posted a 7-5 record with a 3.62 ERA and 140 strikeouts in 104.1 innings at Quad Cities (A). • Struck out nearly one out of every three batters faced (140 K/439 TBF, 32%). • Named Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for July going 3-1 with a 1.80 ERA, fanning 34 in 25.0 innings. • Selected to the U.S. team at the 2010 All-Star Futures Game, only one of three U.S. team players on a roster below High-A. Pitched 2/3 of an inning in the game allowing one hit. • Struck out a career-high 11 batters 6/16 at Burlington, allowing two runs on two hits in 7.0 innings, tying his longest outing. • Fanned 13 over 7.0 innings leading Quad Cities to a 4-0 win at Kane County (9/8) in the first round of the Midwest League playoffs. The 13 strikeouts were T2nd highest total by any minor league pitcher behind fellow Cardinal farmhand Lance Lynn’s 16. • Ranked first among Cardinals minor leaguers with 12.1 strikeouts/9 IP, second in overall strikeouts (140) and T8th with 24 games started. • Ranked fourth in the Midwest League with 140 strikeouts. • Held opposing batters to a .243 BA and posted a reverse split against LH batters at .194 (36-186). • Pitched extremely well on the road going 6-2 with a 1.83 ERA in 14 starts working 64.0 innings. • Won three consecutive starts from 7/21-8/1, allowing just two unearned runs over 17.0 innings (12 hits, 14 K). • Struck out seven or more batters in 12 of his 24 starts. • Was flawless in 14 fielding chances and has been perfect fielding in his two years of professional baseball. • Rated as the No. 1 prospect in the Cardinals organization and “Best Fastball” in the Cardinals organization in “Best Tools”, both for the second straight year by Baseball America. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Made two starts at Quad Cities (A), throwing a total of 3.0 innings after signing...did not allow a hit to LH batters (0-7)...rated as the No. 1 prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America and Best Fastball in the Cardinals organization in Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. MISC: Signed letter of intent to play college baseball at Texas A&M...threw four no-hitters in high school, with three consecutive coming during the Texas HS state playoffs his junior season including one a perfect game...compiled a 10-2 record with a 1.90 ERA and 153 strikeouts in 77 IP (17.9 K/9 IP) senior year... played football and was an all-state punter registering a 41.3 yard average his senior year as well as an all-district wide receiver...resides in Brownwood, Texas.

MOST APPERANCES AS LHP 2003-2010 Player Trever Miller J.C. Romero Brian Fuentes Damaso Marte Billy Wagner Games 541 516 510 474 467

2010 SEASON: • His 57 games pitched were his fewest games in a season since 2001 when he split time between starter (15) and reliever (2) roles in the minor leagues. • Stranded 34 of 41 inherited runners ranking 6th in the NL with a 17.1 inherited runners scored pct. • Ranked 2nd among Cardinals relievers with 15 Holds. Held LH batters to a .203 BA (15-74) with one home run (C. Utley). • Suffered only second loss since 2006 on 6/8 at LAD, allowing the lone run in the 1-0 loss. • Worked a season high 2.0 IP on 7/28 at NYM, his most IP since 9/24/08 at BAL when he pitched 2.1 innigs while with TB. • Opponents only recorded one hit in situations with runners in scoring position and 2 outs (1-14, .071). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – His .135 (13-96) opp. BA vs. lefthanded batters was 2nd only to Nationals’ Tyler Clippard among all Major League pitchers (min. 90 opp. AB’s)...established his career low ERA at 2.06... ranked T8th (with teammate Kyle McClellan) in the majors with 16.7 inherited runners scored pct., allowing just nine of 54 to score...saw work in over 1/3 of the club’s games, surpassing 60 games for the 7th-straight season and had 70 games for fourth time in his career...worked less than one inning 45 times and logged a season-high 1.1 IP on five occasions... allowed runs in just eight games, five of those being games in which he allowed a home run...his only HR to a LH batter was to Cubs’ Kosuke Fukudome on 4/26 at Busch Stadium. 2009 POSTSEASON: Made two apperances during the team’s Division Series vs. Los Angeles...pitched 0.1 of an inning in both Games 1 and 2 at LA, facing just one batter in each appearance...struck out his lone batter faced to end the 6th during Game 1 and got a pop out in Game 2 for the first out in the 9th for a Hold. 2008 – Pitched in 68 games for the American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays, two shy of Dan Wheeler for the team lead...it marked his sixth straight season of 60-plus appearances...was on the mound 9/20 vs. MIN when the Rays clinched their first-ever postseason berth...allowed just 16.2 pct. of inherited runners to score (6-of-37), the 4th-lowest rate in the majors, trailing teammate J.P. Howell (11.4), TOR Jason Frasor (12.5) and BOS Jonathan Papelbon (13.3)...allowed just two home runs on the season, one to a lefty...on 8/3 vs. DET recorded his first win and first decision since 9/30/06 at ATL, snapping a major-league-record streak of 121 straight apps without receiving a decision (since 1956; Baseball Reference)...the streak spanned 72.2 innings from 4/6/07 to 7/27/08...the record was previously held by LHP Bobby Seay (116 apps between 2001-07 for TB, COL, DET)...on 8/14 at OAK, came on in the 9th to get the final out and picked up his first save since 7/2/07 vs. PHI while with Houston... struck out a career-high five on 9/24 at BAL and worked a season-high

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2009 Quad Cities 2010 Quad Cities MINOR TOTALS W-L 0-0 7-5 7-5 ERA 6.00 3.62 3.69 G 2 24 26 GS CG 2 0 24 0 26 0 GF SHO SV IP 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 104.1 0 0 0 107.1 H 5 97 102 R 3 51 54 ER 2 42 44 HR HBP 0 0 7 3 7 3 BB IBB 2 0 33 0 35 0 SO WP 2 0 140 2 142 2 BK BA 0 .357 1 .243 1 .247

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2.1 scoreless innings for his 2nd save. 2008 POSTSEASON: Appeared in six games during the postseason for TB...once in the Division Series, three games during the A.L. Championship Series and twice in the World Series vs. the Phillies...went unscored upon until his final game pitched in the playoffs, Game 4 of the World Series...came on in relief in the bottom of the 8th and allowed a 2-run HR to R. Howard before ending the inning with a groundout and flyout. 2007 – His 76 apps. ranked 3rd among N.L. lefthanders and tied for 14th in the league overall...it was the 3rd-highest total by a Houston LHP all-time...had no wins or losses in 76 games pitched, setting the ML record for the most apps in a season without a decision, shattering the previous record of 48, set by Scott Aldred in 1998...earned his 8th career save 7/2 vs. PHI. 2006 – Recorded a then career-best 3.02 ERA with Houston... ranked 5th among NL lefty relievers in ERA, 8th in the majors... allowed only 17.5 pct. of inherited runners to score (7 of 40), tying PIT John Grabow for the NL lead...spent 4/18-5/12 on the 15-day DL with a slight sprain of his left elbow. 2005 – In his 2nd season with Tampa Bay ranked 2nd on the club to Danys Baez with 61 appearances...endured a stint on the DL from 6/11-28 with a right hamstring strain. 2004 - Spent his first season with Tampa Bay as the bullpen’s primary lefty...made his Rays debut on 3/31 at the Tokyo Dome, working 0.1 inning in a 12-1 loss to the New York Yankees... earned his lone save of the season in his final appearance, 9/29 vs. BOS. 2003 - Marked his first full season in the majors since 1999...led the AL and set a Toronto record by a LHP with a career-high 79 apps which ranked 5th in the majors and 3rd among ML lefties... recorded a career high three saves...placed 7th in the AL by stranding 77.4 pct. of inherited runners (48-of-62)...on 6/27 vs. MON recorded his first major league win since 9/24/99 ...picked up his first ML save since 6/14/99 on on 7/18 at BOS. 2000 - 2002 - Was acquired by the Phillies from Houston on 3/29/00 in exchange for LHP Yorkis Perez...was claimed off waivers by the Dodgers on 5/19/00 and pitched in two games for LA...was in the minors during the 2001 (BOS) and 2002 (TOR) seasons. 1999 - In 47 games with Houston, went 3-2 and recorded one save on 6/14 vs. ATL. 1999 POSTSEASON: Made two scoreless app. in the NLDS vs. ATL, totaling 1.1 IP with 2K...retired the only batter he faced in Game 1 at Turner Field, and worked the 8th inning in Game 4 at home, fanning Chipper Jones to end threat in the final game ever played at the Astrodome.
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1998 - Picked up his first ML win on 4/1 vs. SF...recorded his first professional save 4/26 at MON, working 3.0 innings in the15-0 victory...was on the DL from 8/23-9/6 with a strained patella in his right knee...made his first career ML start on 9/15 vs. the Mets in Game 2 of a DH. 1998 POSTSEASON: Made his postseason debut in Game 4 of the NLDS at San Diego, in relief of Randy Johnson...walked Wally Joyner, the only batter he faced. 1997 - Joined the Astros organization after his inclusion in a nine-player trade with Detroit on 12/10/96 (see transactions)... spent the year with New Orleans (AAA)...pitched two complete games and ranked 6th in the league in ERA. 1991 - 1996 - Spent most of 1996 with Toledo (AAA) and was T2nd in the league with 13 wins, 3rd with 165.1 IP and 5th with 115 K...made his professional debut at Bristol in 1991 after he was drafted by the Tigers in the supplemental round (41st overall) of the 1991 June Draft. MISC: Trever attended Holy Trinity High School in Louisville, where as a senior in 1991 he was named Kentucky’s Mr. Baseball and Gatorade High School Player of the Year...active in the local community, he and his wife, Pari, were named inaugural Parents of the Year in January 2007 by the Kiwanis Club of Gulf Beaches in Madeira Beach...Trever is on the board of directors of both Easter Seals and the Miracle League of Florida...in February 2008, he co-hosted a celebrity golf tournament at Feathersound with proceeds going toward a new baseball field for the Miracle League in Hillsborough County...while playing for the Rays in 2004-05 he contributed over $60,000 ($500 for each of his 121 appearances) split among three Tampa Bay area charities – All Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald House and DOC16...it was All Children’s in St. Petersburg where his wife gave birth to their third child, Grace, who was born with a rare genetic disorder which caused two holes in her heart...in 2006, Trever contributed to Strikeouts for Troops, a national program started by Barry Zito that provides the “comforts of home” to military troops and their families while rehabilitating in the hospital...Trever ran his first Marathon (26.2 mi.) in January 2008, the Disney Marathon, in 4 hours, 27 minutes, 27 seconds...he also ran the Gasparilla Distance Classic half-marathon in February 2008...he ran the Disney Marathon again in January 2009 (4:18:29) and during this past offseason participated in the inaugural Key West Olympic distance triathon (2:30:16) and the Disney half marathon (1:42:17), among other shorter races...he and his wife have a son, Tyler (13), and two daughters, McKenzie (12) and Grace Elizabeth (6)...the family makes their home in Land O’ Lakes, Fla.

COMPLETE RECORD
Team W-L ERA G Bristol 2-7 5.67 13 Bristol 3-8 4.93 12 Fayetteville 8-13 4.19 28 Trenton 7-16 4.39 26 Jacksonville 8-2 2.72 31 Toledo 13-6 4.90 27 Detroit 0-4 9.18 5 1997 New Orleans 6-7 3.30 29 1998 Houston 2-0 3.04 37 1999 Houston 3-2 5.07 47 2000 Philadelphia 0-0 8.36 14 Los Angeles (N.L.) 0-0 23.14 2 Albuquerque 4-2 3.41 12 2001 Sarasota 0-0 2.25 3 Pawtucket 3-11 5.20 33 2002 Louisville 9-5 3.18 65 2003 Toronto 2-2 4.61 79 2004 Tampa Bay 1-1 3.12 60 2005 Tampa Bay 2-2 4.06 61 2006 Houston 2-3 3.02 70 Round Rock 0-0 0.00 2 2007 Houston 0-0 4.86 76 2008 Tampa Bay 2-0 4.15 68 2009 ST. LOUIS 4-1 2.06 70 2010 ST. LOUIS 0-1 4.00 57 MINOR TOTALS 63-77 4.12 281 A.L. TOTALS 7-9 4.41 273 N.L. TOTALS 11-7 4.04 373 ST. LOUIS TOTALS 4-2 2.94 127 MAJOR TOTALS 18-16 4.20 646 Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 GS CG GF SHO SV 13 0 0 0 0 12 1 0 0 0 28 2 0 0 0 26 6 0 0 0 16 3 4 2 0 27 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 27 2 0 0 0 1 0 15 0 1 0 0 11 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 15 0 8 0 0 1 0 16 0 0 0 0 18 0 3 0 0 15 0 1 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 14 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 1 0 0 16 0 2 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 178 15 28 3 0 4 0 62 0 6 1 0 66 0 4 0 0 12 0 0 5 0 128 0 10 IP H 54.0 60 69.1 75 161.0 151 174.1 198 122.1 122 165.1 167 16.2 28 163.2 177 53.1 57 49.2 58 14.0 19 2.1 8 58.0 60 8.0 3 116.0 142 82.0 76 52.2 46 49.0 48 44.1 45 50.2 42 2.0 0 46.1 45 43.1 39 43.2 31 36.0 30 1176.0 1231 206.0 206 296.0 290 79.2 61 502.0 496 R 44 45 99 95 46 98 17 71 21 29 16 6 29 2 79 30 30 21 23 17 0 26 21 11 17 638 112 143 28 255 ER 34 38 75 85 37 90 17 60 18 28 13 6 22 2 67 29 27 17 20 17 0 25 20 10 16 539 101 133 26 234 HR HBP BB IBB 7 2 29 0 4 1 27 0 7 5 67 0 9 3 51 0 5 5 34 0 19 9 65 1 3 2 9 0 15 8 54 1 4 1 20 1 6 5 29 1 3 1 9 1 0 1 3 0 5 1 20 0 0 1 1 0 16 7 34 2 6 3 23 4 7 5 28 3 3 3 15 4 4 7 29 6 7 4 13 2 0 0 0 0 6 4 23 6 2 4 20 1 5 2 11 1 2 2 16 0 93 40 405 8 19 21 101 14 33 20 124 12 7 4 27 1 52 41 225 26 SO WP 46 9 64 4 116 10 73 3 77 1 115 3 8 0 99 6 30 1 37 4 10 1 1 0 39 2 6 0 93 2 80 5 44 2 43 2 35 2 56 1 3 0 46 1 44 1 46 1 22 4 811 45 174 7 248 13 68 5 422 20 BK 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 BA .278 .271 .245 .290 .261 .260 .384 .283 .266 .299 .317 .571 .268 .115 .307 .242 .231 .257 .278 .225 .000 .249 .242 .197 .233 .270 .263 .255 .213 .259

Year Team 1998 HOU vs. ATL 1999 HOU vs. ARI 2008 TB vs. CWS 2009 STL vs. LA D.S. TOTALS

W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

ERA --0.00 --0.00 0.00

G 1 2 1 2 6

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
GS CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 0.0 1.1 0.0 0.2 2.0 H 0 1 0 0 1 R 0 0 0 0 0 ER 0 0 0 0 0

HR HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BB IBB 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0

SO WP 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 3 1

BK 0 0 0 0 0

BA --.200 --.000 .143

Year Team 2008 TB vs. BOS

W-L 0-0

LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
ERA 0.00 G 3 GS CG 0 0 GF SHO SV 0 1 0 IP 0.2 H 1 R 0 ER 0 HR HBP 0 0

BB IBB 1 0

SO WP 1 0

BK 0

BA .333

Year Team 2008 TB vs. PHI

W-L ERA 0-0 18.00

G 2

WORLD SERIES RECORD
GS CG 0 0 GF SHO SV 0 1 0 IP 1.0 H 1 R 2 ER 2

HR HBP 1 0

BB IBB 1 0

SO WP 1 0

BK 0

BA .250

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher PCT .981 G 646 PO 41 A 63 E 2 TC 106 DP 10

REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG --.167 G 57 646 AB 0 6 R 0 1 H 0 1 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 1 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 0 2 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 SLG OBP ----.333 .167 E 0 2

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2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 2.0, 7/28 vs. Atlanta. Most Strikeouts: 2, 5 times. Last: 7/27 at New York Mets. Most Walks: 1, 16 times. Last: 9/23 at Pittsburgh. Most Runs Allowed: 3, 8/2 vs. Houston. Most Hits Allowed: 3, twice. Last: 8/2 vs. Houston. Most HRs Allowed: 1, twice. Last: 5/22 vs. Los Angeles Angels. Longest Winning Streak: N/A Longest Losing Streak: 1 game, 6/8-present. Longest Scoreless Streak: 4.2, 8/9-9/5. CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 6.0, 9/8/96 at Baltimore. Most IP (Relief): 3.0, seven times. Last: 5/27/06 at Pittsburgh. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 2, four times. Last: 9/15/98 vs. New York Mets. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 5, 9/24/08 at Baltimore. Most Walks (Starter): 3, twice. Last: 9/15/98 vs. New York Mets. Most Walks (Relief): 3, four times. Last: 7/20/08 vs. Toronto. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 6, 9/13/96 vs. Baltimore. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 5, 9/2/04 vs. Baltimore. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 8, 9/24/96 vs. Toronto. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 6, twice. Last: 9/2/04 vs. Baltimore. Most HRs Allowed (Starter): 3, 9/13/96 vs. Baltimore. Most HRs Allowed (Relief): 2, twice. Last: 7/26/99 at Colorado. Longest Winning Streak: 8 games, 8/4/06-8/16/09. Longest Losing Streak: 4 games, 9/4-9/24/96. Last Start: 9/15/98 vs. New York Mets.

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Full Name: Yadier Benjamin Molina Height: 5-11 Weight: 230 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 7/13/82 at Bayamon, Puerto Rico Opening Day Age: 28 (Turns 29 on July 13) M.L. Service: 6.123 Became Cardinal: Selected in fourth round (113th overall) of the June 2000 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011, with a club option for 2012.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Detroit Tigers as a supplemental pick (41st overall) in the June 1991 Draft. • Acquired by Houston Astros along with C Brad Ausmus, RHP Jose Lima, LHP C.J. Nitkowski and 1B Daryle Ward in exchange for RHP Doug Brocail, OF Brian L. Hunter, RHP Todd Jones, INF Orlando Miller and cash, December 10, 1996. • Acquired by Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for LHP Yorkis Perez, March 29, 2000. • Signed by Boston Red Sox as a free agent, January 22, 2001. • Signed by Cincinnati Reds as a free agent, December 21, 2001. • Signed by Toronto Blue Jays as a free agent, October 30, 2002. • Signed by Tampa Bay Devil Rays as a free agent, January 6, 2004. • Signed by Houston Astros as a free agent, January 9, 2006. • Signed by Tampa Bay Rays as a free agent, February 6, 2008. • Signed by St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent, November 20, 2008. • Re-signed by St. Louis Cardinals through 2010 with a vesting option for 2011, September 14, 2009.

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CAREER: • Has won three consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove awards from 2008-10, joining Mike Matheny (2000, 03-04) and Tom Pagnozzi (1991, 93-94) as the only Cardinals catchers to win the award three times, and the only catcher to win three consecutive Gold Gloves with the Cardinals. • Since 2005, leads all Major League catchers with a 41.9 catcher’s throwing percentage, ahead of brother Jose Molina (38.1). Also leads all MLB catchers with 439 assists in that same time span (Jason Kendall, 2nd, 386). • His 36 pick-offs since 2005 leads all catchers with the next closest at 16 (Miguel Olivo). • Has caught 2314.2 innings and 273 games the last two years, while starting 266 - leading all MLB catchers in each category. • Is MLB’s toughest catcher to fan (once every 12.1 PA’s) over past six seasons (min. 2,000 PA’s), ranking 5th overall among all Major Leaguers. • Since 2005, his .298 BA (89-299) with runners in scoring position and two outs, ranks first among National League everyday catchers and 2nd overall, trailing only MIN’s Joe Mauer (.373). 2010 SEASON: • Played in 136 games, batting .262 with 6 HR and a career best 62 RBI. His 122 hits ranked 2nd among NL catchers (McCann, 123). • Was voted as the starting catcher for the National League All-Star team for the second consecutive season. Went 1-for-1 with a single and caught four innings. • Missed final 12 games of the season with a sore right knee, but still led all MLB catchers in innings played (1138.0), games started (130) and assists (79). • Led all NL catchers with 465 at-bats and eight stolen bases. • Led the NL in RBI with bases loaded (24), batting .533 (8-15), T4th in NL. • Tied for second in the National League with two grand slams. Hit his first professional grand slam on Opening Day (4/5 at CIN) joining Mark McGwire and Scott Rolen as only Cardinals with a grand slam on Opening Day. Was one of three MLB players with two grand slams on the road in 2010. • Finished 2nd in MLB to Yorvit Torrealba in catcher’s ERA (3.23). • Led all MLB catchers throwing out 44.4% (28 CS-63 ATT) base stealers, his fourth NL title in that category in seven ML seasons. • Ranked 4th in the NL in hardest to fan (10.2 SO/AB) striking out just 51 times in 465 AB. • Had a career high five RBI and career-tying four hits 9/17 vs. SD with two doubles and two singles. • Ranked first in the Majors with a .455 batting average (10-22) on 0-2 counts • Batted .315 (63-200) following the All-Star break, 4th among MLB catchers. Hit .223 prior to the break. • Cardinals were 6-0 in games in which Molina homered, and they have won eight straight games in which he’s hit HR.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Picked up his second-straight Rawlings Gold Glove Award...was named to the Sporting News N.L. All-Star team, as voted on by players...garnered All-Star honors for the first time, voted as the starting catcher for the N.L...caught 8.0 innings while also delivering an RBI-single...led the majors in games started (136), the most by a Cardinals catcher since Ted Simmons (139) in 1977...caught 1176.2 innings, 2nd-most in MLB trailing only LA’s Russell Martin (1201.0)...led the majors with eight pickoffs, uping his career total to 34...the Cardinals were 27-12 in his multi-hit games, including a 7-1 record when he had three or more hits...had a career-high 9 steals, matching STL singleseason record for catcher (Marrero-’99, Pagnozzi-’91 & McCarver’66)...his 9 steals were 2nd among ML catchers to LA’s Martin (11)...struck out once every 13.9 PA’s - 2nd-lowest in N.L. 2009 POSTSEASON – Hit .308 (4-13) in the three games during the D.S. against LA...started all three games behind the plate. 2008 – Was named to Rawlings Gold Glove team for the first time, the 3rd STL catcher to ever win the award (Matheny, Pagnozzi)... led MLB with seven pick-offs...set career highs in batting avg., runs, RBI, OBP and SLG...his 135 hits were the most by a STL catcher since Ted Simmons had 150 in 1980..was also the first Cards catcher since Simmons in 1980 to post a batting average of .300 or better (min. 450 plate apps.)...his .304 batting average as a ctacher was 4th-best all-time among STL catchers (min. 450 PA’s). Is only STL catcher other than Simmons to have a BA over.300 as a catcher and have over 450 plate appearances (Simmons in 1975, ‘77 and ‘80)...led team and ranked 6th in the N.L. with a .340 (34-100) batting average with runners in scoring position...his 28 total strikeouts as a catcher were the fewest by a STL backstop (min. 450 PA’s) since Ted Simmons fanned just 20 times in 1976. Strikeout total was the second fewest by a MLB backstop since 1993 (A.J. Pierzynski 26K’s for SF in 2004) (min. 450 PA’s)....made his fourth straight Opening Day start for the Cardinals on 4/1, the last Cardinals catcher to do so was Darrell Porter (5-straight; 1981-85)...opened season with 7-game hitting streak from 4/1-9 (.308, 8-26) - the longest STL hit streak to begin a season since 2003...his HR on 4/1 was 1st by STL catcher on Opening Day since Mike DiFelice in 2002...removed from field on stretcher after home-plate collision in the 9th, 6/15 vs. PHI - held on to the ball after tag to help STL to win...suffered a concussion and missed three games...was DH 6/20 at BOS in his first game since collision and hit solo HR that secured winning margin in 5-4 win...made 1st career start at 1B 6/22 at BOS... matched career high with 4 hits & 4 RBI on 8/22 vs. ATL. 2007 – Caught 23 of 46 (50%) opponents attempting to steal, tops in the majors...had a 59 pt. (.216-.275) gain in BA from 2006, the biggest among N.L. players...missed most of June with a nondisplaced fracture in his left wrist...his season ended a week early as he had surgery on his right knee on 9/24...had careerhigh 15 game hit-streak (.373 BA) from 5/1-24...the streak was the longest by a Cards catcher since 1993 (Erik Pappas: 16games, 5/14-6/5)...suffered a fracture of his left wrist on 5/29 at COL...came out of the game in the middle of the 4th with the injury which occurred when he took a foul tip off his wrist in the third inning during M. Holliday’s at-bat...was activated from the disabled list on 6/28 after missing 26 games...committed the first multi-error game of his career 7/13 at PHI (throwing, catching)...had first career multi-HR game 8/16 at MIL...underwent a medial menisectomy on his right knee on 9/24 by team physician, Dr. George Paletta...signed a 4-year contract extension with club option for 2012 on January 21, 2008. 2006 – Had seven pickoffs on the season and went 26-for-63 (41%) on opponent stolen base attempts for the year...led NL catchers with his 79 assists...picked Brian Giles off first base to end the game on 5/28 at SD...it had been almost four years since a major league game ended with a catcher's pickoff - Ivan Rodriguez (TEX) picked off R. Hidalgo (HOU) on 6/14/02 to secure a 9-6 win for the Rangers. 2006 POSTSEASON – Took part in postseason play for third straight season and led the team with 19 hits, 29 total bases, .358 BA and was second with 8 RBI in his 16 games played...started all 16 games behind the plate and made just one error as Cardinals pitchers combined for a stellar 2.68 ERA...had hits in all but four postseason games...had an RBI single in DS Game 1 at SD...picked off Mike Piazza at first to end Padres 1st inning in DS Game 3...singled in his first AB of the LCS in Game 1... recorded three hits and drove in two runs in LCS Game 2...had two hits in LCS Game 4, including solo HR...was one of several NLCS Game 7 heroes for St. Louis, delivering a 2-run HR in the 9th inning off Aaron Heilman to give Cardinals a 3-1 lead...batted .412 (7-17) in World Series, while hitting safely in all five games...doubled in WS Game 3...drove in a run with a double in Game 4 of the WS and walked twice...had three hits and two runs in Series clinching Game 5 win. 2005 – Shut down opponent’s running games, throwing out 17 of 31 runners attempting to steal (55%)...picked off nine runners ...allowed fewest SB’s (14) among ML catchers (min. 100 games started)...Twins’ Joe Mauer was next closest with 31 allowed...at 22 years of age, became the youngest catcher to start for an N.L. club on Opening Day since Jason Kendall did so for the Pirates (21 in 1996)...his eight home runs were the most by a St. Louis catcher since Mike Matheny had eight in 2003...became just the fifth Cards catcher to homer in three-straight games, doing so vs. PIT 6/24-26, capped by a two-run shot on 6/26...it was the first time since 1994 (T. Pagnozzi) that a Cardinals catcher had threestraight games with a HR...missed 33 games from 7/8-8/17 due to HBP on the left hand on 7/7 at ARI that caused hairline fracture to his 5th metacarpel. 2005 POSTSEASON – Caught the duration of all nine postseason games for the Cardinals, helping St. Louis pitchers to a 3.19 ERA...drove in three runs while batting .286...SD stole two bases in Game 1 of the Division Series before Molina shut down the Padres running game the rest of the series...had two hits and drove in two in Game 3 of the DS vs. SD...collected 2 hits in Games 2, 3 and 5 of the League Championship Series vs. HOU...allowed only one HOU stolen base in the series. 2004 – Rookie catcher made a healthy impression in his first year in the Majors throwing out 50% of would be base thiefs (816) in 51 games played (39 starts)...caught 344.0 innings allowing 139 earned runs for a 3.64 catcher’s ERA...contract was purchased from Memphis on 6/3 to replace injured Mike Matheny ...made major league debut on 6/3 at PIT and went 2-4, with a double and run scored...in his debut was involved with a play at the plate in the 2nd inning, recording the out when A. Nunez tried to score from second on a single to right and also threw out J. Wilson attempting to steal in the 8th...first ML hit was a single to left off PIT’s O. Perez in 5th inninig on 6/3...collected first ML RBI on 6/5 vs. HOU with a single...had first career three-hit game on 6/25 at KC...had first career game-winning RBI with a bases loaded single in the 9th on 8/7 vs. NY...made two terrific putouts at the plate 8/28 at PIT, including a violent collision with Ty Wigginton...belted his first M.L. homer 9/23 at MIL to snap a 2-2 tie. 2004 POSTSEASON – Did not see action in the Cardinals Division Series round, but did start and catch Game 4 of the LCS vs. HOU...was 1-4 in the team’s 6-5 loss...appeared in three World Series games vs. BOS, including a start in Game 4...pinch hit in Game 1 (0-1) and caught the 9th inning of Game 3. 2002 - 2003 – Played at Tennessee (AA) in 2003 where he caught 100 games for the Smokies, helping the club to the semifinals of the Southern League...in 2002 was the regular backstop for the Midwest League Champion Peoria Chiefs (A), appearing in 112 games behind the plate...led Midwest League

YADIER MOLINA
catchers in assists (140) and double plays (9) while posting a .985 fielding pct...also helped the Chiefs’ pitching staff to a leagueleading 2.78 ERA...threw out a whopping 52 pct. of opposing base-stealers...he fanned just 36 times in 393 at-bats, the 2ndbest ratio in the league. 2001 – Was drafted by the Cardinals in the fourth round of the June 2000 draft and signed his first professional contract on 9/6/00...began his pro career at Johnson City of the Appalachian League where he appeared in 44 games...recorded 81 assists in just 42 games at catcher. MISC: Graduated from Esc. Superior Maestro Ladi H.S. in Vega Alta in 2000...he’s the younger bother of Major League catchers Bengie and Jose Molina...played American Leagion ball in 2000 for Post #48...after the 2004 season teamed with Rick Ankiel during Puerto Rican Winter League play with Carolina and batted .297 (10th in league)...played for Carolina in 2006, winning Puerto Rican Championship...played for Puerto Rico and Manager Jose Qquendo during inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006 and again in 2009...changed from uniform #41 to #4 prior to 2006 season...he and his wife, Wanda, make their home in Dorado, Puerto Rico with their son, Yanuell Benjamin, and daughter, Adrianna (7/4/10)...name is pronounced Yah-DEE-air.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2001 Johnson City 2002 Peoria 2003 Tennessee 2004 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2005 ST. LOUIS 2006 ST. LOUIS 2007 ST. LOUIS 2008 ST. LOUIS 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .259 .280 .275 .302 .267 .252 .216 .275 .304 .293 .262 .278 .268 G AB 44 158 112 393 104 364 37 129 51 135 114 385 129 417 111 353 124 444 140 481 136 465 297 1044 805 2680 R 18 39 32 19 12 36 29 30 37 45 34 108 223 H 2B 3B HR 41 11 0 4 110 20 0 7 100 13 1 2 39 6 0 1 36 6 0 2 97 15 1 8 90 26 0 6 97 15 0 6 135 18 0 7 141 23 1 6 122 19 0 6 290 50 1 14 718 122 2 41 RBI 18 50 51 14 15 49 49 40 56 54 62 133 325 SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 0 2 3 12 1 23 1 1 4 4 2 10 21 0 36 2 7 14 0 3 5 25 2 45 0 1 11 0 2 2 17 0 14 0 0 2 2 1 0 13 3 20 0 1 4 8 3 2 23 3 30 2 3 10 8 2 8 26 2 41 1 2 15 2 4 3 34 5 43 1 1 18 3 5 1 32 4 29 0 2 21 6 1 6 50 2 39 9 3 27 2 5 7 42 6 51 8 4 19 4 9 20 75 3 118 3 9 31 31 21 27 220 25 253 21 16 114 SLG .405 .384 .332 .372 .356 .358 .321 .368 .392 .383 .342 .367 .361 OBP .320 .331 .327 .387 .329 .295 .274 .340 .349 .366 .329 .335 .327 E 7 14 8 0 2 7 5 6 10 5 5 29 40

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2004 STL vs. LA 2005 STL vs. SD 2006 STL vs. SD 2009 STL vs. LA D.S. TOTALS AVG .231 .308 .308 .282 G 3 4 3 10 AB 13 13 13 39 R 1 0 0 1 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP ELIGIBLE -- DID NOT APPEAR 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 H BB IBB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 1 2 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 3 SLG OBP .231 .385 .385 .333 .231 .308 .308 .282 E 0 1 0 1

LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2004 STL vs. HOU 2005 STL vs. HOU 2006 STL vs. NY L.C.S. TOTALS AVG .250 .318 .348 .327 G 1 6 7 14 AB 4 22 23 49 R 0 1 2 3 H 1 7 8 16 2B 0 3 1 4 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 RBI SH 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 SO SB CS GDP 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 SLG .250 .455 .652 .531 OBP .250 .318 .423 .365 E 0 0 0 0

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WORLD SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2004 STL vs. BOS 2006 STL vs. DET W.S. TOTALS AVG .000 .412 .350 G 3 5 8 AB 3 17 20 R 0 3 3 H 0 7 7 2B 0 2 2 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 1 0 1 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 3 1 3 1 SO SB CS GDP 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 SLG .000 .529 .450 OBP .000 .500 .435 E 0 0 0

ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
Year Team AVG 2009 National .500 2010 National 1.000 ALL-STAR TOTALS .667 G 1 1 2 AB 2 1 3 R 1 0 1 H 1 1 2 2B 0 0 0 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 1 0 0 0 1 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 0 0 0 0 .500 .500 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 .667 .667 E 0 0 0

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
Year Team 2006 Puerto Rico 2009 Puerto Rico WBC TOTALS AVG .600 .167 .364 G 4 3 7 AB 5 6 11 R 1 0 1 H 3 1 4 2B 0 1 1 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 1 0 2 0 3 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 2 0 2 0 SO SB CS GDP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SLG .600 .333 .455 OBP .600 .375 .462 E 0 0 0

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REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position PCT G PO A E TC DP PB CS ATT Catcher .992 791 4688 455 39 5182 42 42 134 318 First Base .976 21 36 4 1 41 6 *Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Note: Led N.L. catchers in assists (79) in 2006 and (79) 2010, innings caught (1138.0) in 2010, and games (138) in 2009. PCT 42.1 P-OFF 37

2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, two times. Last: 9/17 vs. San Diego. Most Runs: 2, three times. Last: 8/26 at Washington. Most 2Bs: 2, 9/17 vs. San Diego. Most HRs: 1, six times. Last: 9/6 at Milwaukee. Most RBI: 5, 9/17 vs. San Diego. Most BBs: 2, four times. Last: 9/13 vs. Chicago Cubs. Longest Hitting Streak: 8 games, 8/20-30.

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, seven times. Last: 9/17/10 vs. San Diego. Most Runs: 3, 8/16/07 at Milwaukee. Most 2Bs: 2, six times. Last: 9/17/10 vs. San Diego. Most HRs: 2, 8/16/07 at Milwaukee. Most RBI: 5, 9/17/10 vs. San Diego. Most BBs: 3, four times. Last: 8/16/09 vs. San Diego. Grand Slams: 2. Last: 9/6/10 at Milwaukee. Longest Hitting Streak: 15 games, 5/1-5/24/07.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the fourth round (113th overall) of the June 2000 free-agent draft. • On St. Louis disabled list (fractured left hand), July 8 to August 17, 2005. • On St. Louis disabled list (fractured left wrist), May 30 to June 28, 2007.

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Full Name: Jason Louis Motte Height: 6-0 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 6/22/82 at at Port Huron, Michigan Opening Day Age: 28 (Turns 29 on June 22) M.L. Service: 2.027 Became Cardinal: Selected in the 19th round (575th overall) of the June 2003 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

PITCHER
2010 SEASON: • Appeared in 56 games. Missed 26 days while on the 15-day DL from 8/4-8/30 with a right shoulder sprain, making two rehab appearances in Memphis (AAA). • Did not allow a run in the 10 app. following his return from injury (9.0 IP, 8 H). • Tied his previous season highs with 54 strikeouts (9.3 K/9 IP) and four wins. • Fanned at least one batter in 35 of his 56 outings, including 8 of his last 10 appearances on the year. • Converted two out of three save opportunities and finished 3rd among Cardinals relievers with 13 Holds. • Retired 32 consecutive batters (10.2 perfect IP) from 5/11-6/6. • Ranked 17th in the National League with a 26.5 inherited runners scored pct., stranding 25 of 34 inherited runners. • Was scored on in only 10 of 56 appearances, never allowing more than two runs. • Made nine appearances of four outs or more with two 2.0 IP appearances. • Held RH batters to a .198 BA (25-126) with 39 strikeouts. • Did not allow a run in six interleague appearances (6.2 IP, 1 H, 7 K), holding opposing batters to an .053 BA (1-19). • Worked more efficient on one day (0.57 ERA/16 app.) or two days (0.79 ERA/12 app.) rest. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – His 69 appearances ranked 5th in the National League among rookie hurlers and were 3rd-most by a Cardinals rookie reliever (M. Perez, 77 in 1992 & T. Worrell, 74 in 1986)...allowed one earned run in his final 12.1 innings (0.73 ERA) going 1-0 with 16 strikeouts while limiting opponents to a .200 (9-45) batting average in the13 outings over this span...led the Cardinals with 20 Holds...allowed four HR’s in a 3.2-inning span from 6/8-18 after having allowed 0 in his first 22.6 IP...had seven outings over an inning in length, with a season high of 2.0 innings twice (5/30 at SF & 9/2 vs. MIL). 2009 POSTSEASON: Faced three batters in the 8th inning of Game 3, retiring the side, during the Division Series vs. LA. 2008 – Spent the bulk of his season at Memphis (AAA) and enjoyed a successful September call-up with the Cardinals.... struck out a total of 110 batters in 66.2 innings at Memphis, 2nd on the team and T12 in the Pacific Coast League....led PCL in games (63) and K/9 IP for relievers (14.9), both totals led all of minor league baseball...named Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for July when he was 1-0 with an 0.57 ERA (15.2 IP/1 ER), fanning 27 and walking three...was recalled from Memphis 9/2 and made his MLB debut 9/3 at ARI...struck out the first batter he faced on four pitches and recorded 2 K’s in 1.1 IP for his first career Hold...earned his 1st M.L. save on 9/18 at CIN, getting the final out with two runners aboard in a 5-4 win... named 8th-best prospect among Cardinals minor leaguers by Baseball America. 2007 – Continued conversion from catcher to reliever and enjoyed success at both Pam Beach (A) and Springfield (AA)...pitched for Mesa Solar Sox in Arizona Fall League and went 2-0 with a 3.00 ERA (12.0 IP/4 ER) while fanning 10. 2006 – Began conversion to pitcher, although he did appear in 10 games as a catcher...played for four teams (Palm Beach, Springfield, State College and Quad Cities)...made his mound debut with State College (A) and fanned 25 batters to just 4 walks in 26.1 IP. 2003 - 2005 – Led Florida State League catchers in 2004 with 62 assists and 13 passed balls while playing at Palm Beach (A)...was selected to play in FSL All-Star Game in 2004...was rated the best defensive catcher by Baseball America after the ‘04 season and as having the “Best Tools” in the Florida State League...had a remarkable 47 assists in 48 games caught for Midwest League Chiefs in 2003.

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MISC: Graduated from Valley Central High School in Montgomery, NY where he played baseball and earned All-State honors his junior and senior seasons...attended Iona College (NY) and was ranked 10th in 2002 by Baseball America among New England Collegiate League catchers...was married this past off-season on 11/20/10 & he and his wife, Caitlin, reside in Memphis, Tenn. 2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 2.0, twice. Last: 7/22 vs. Philadelphia. Most Strikeouts: 3, 6/11 at Arizona. Most Hits Allowed: 3, three times. Last: 7/7 at Colorado. Most Runs Allowed: 2, three times. Last: 8/2 vs. Houston. Most Walks: 2, four times. Last: 8/2 vs. Houston. Most HRs Allowed: 2, 5/11 vs. Houston. Longest Winning Streak: 2 games, twice. Last: 6/28-present. Longest Losing Streak: 1 game, twice. Last: 6/6 vs. Milwaukee. Longest Scoreless Streak: 10.0, 4/10-5/2.

JASON MOTTE
CAREER HIGHS Most IP: 2.0, four times. Last: 7/22/10 vs. Philadelphia. Most Strikeouts: 5, 9/2/09 vs. Milwaukee. Most Hits Allowed: 4, two times. Last: 7/25/09 at Philadelphia. Most Runs Allowed: 5, 7/25/09 at Philadelphia. Most Walks: 3, 5/18/09 at Milwaukee. Most HRs Allowed: 2, three times. Last: 5/11/10 vs. Houston. Longest Winning Streak: 2 games, three times. Last: 6/28/10-present. Longest Losing Streak: 2 games, 7/8-25/09. Longest Scoreless Streak: 12.0, 8/28-10/2/09.

COMPLETE PITCHING RECORD
Year Team 2006 State College Quad Cities 2007 Palm Beach Springfield 2008 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS Memphis# MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS *Led league W-L 1-2 1-1 1-0 3-3 4-3 0-0 4-4 4-2 0-0 10-9 8-6 ERA G 3.08 21 4.97 8 0.90 9 2.20 44 3.24 *63 0.82 12 4.76 69 2.24 56 3.38 2 2.90 147 3.30 137 GS CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GF SHO SV IP 16 0 8 26.1 0 0 0 12.2 8 0 3 10.0 22 0 8 49.0 28 0 9 66.2 4 0 1 11.0 14 0 0 56.2 13 0 2 52.1 0 0 0 2.2 74 0 28 167.1 31 0 3 120.0 H 30 16 7 36 64 5 57 41 2 155 103 R 12 8 2 13 25 2 32 13 1 61 47 ER 9 7 1 12 24 1 30 13 1 54 44 HR HBP 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 3 6 1 0 0 10 2 5 0 0 0 11 5 15 2 BB IBB 4 0 3 0 1 0 22 2 26 3 3 0 23 1 18 3 1 0 57 5 44 4 SO WP 25 0 13 0 6 0 63 2 110 7 16 0 54 2 54 1 2 0 219 9 124 3 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 BA .280 .296 .184 .208 .245 .139 .264 .220 .200 .241 .235

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by St. Louis Cardinals in the 19th round (575th overall) of the June 2003 free-agent draft. • On St. Louis disabled list (right shoulder sprain), August 4 to August 30, 2010; includes injury rehabilitation at Memphis (AAA).
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DIVISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2009 STL vs. LA W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 1 GS CG 0 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 1.0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 HR HBP 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 SO WP 0 0 BK 0 BA .000

COMPLETE BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2003 Johnson City Peoria 2004 Palm Beach Memphis 2005 Palm Beach Springfield 2006 Palm Beach Springfield 2007 Springfield 2010 ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS *Led league. AVG .310 .203 .174 .200 .172 .333 .133 .000 .500 .000 .191 .000 G 9 48 108 3 40 1 9 1 45 56 264 137 AB 29 133 287 5 122 3 30 3 2 2 614 3 R H 2 9 8 27 22 50 0 1 7 21 1 1 0 4 0 3 1 1 0 0 41 117 0 0 2B 3 1 5 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 14 0 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 RBI SH 5 0 10 4 24 *13 0 0 10 2 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 54 21 0 0 SF HBP 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 0 0 9 1 1 0 .414 .300 10 0 44 1 1 4 .211 .257 6 0 94 1 2 8 .202 .193 0 0 4 0 0 0 .200 .200 4 0 41 1 0 3 .279 .198 1 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .500 2 0 11 0 0 0 .133 .188 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.000 .500 0 0 2 0 0 0 .000 .000 23 0 205 4 4 15 .233 .220 0 0 3 0 0 0 .000 .000 E 0 4 8 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 16 1

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher PCT .952 G 137 PO 9 A 11 E 1 TC 21 DP 1

Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina and reliever Jason Motte celebrate a Cardinals victory.

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ADAM OTTAVINO
Full Name: Adam Robert Ottavino Height: 6-5 Weight: 230 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: 11/22/85 at New York, New York Opening Day Age: 25 M.L. Service: 0.117 Became Cardinal: Selected in 1st round (30th overall) of the June 2006 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2006 State College Quad Cities 2007 Palm Beach 2008 Springfield 2009 Memphis 2010 Memphis ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS W-L 2-2 2-3 12-8 3-7 7-12 5-3 0-2 31-35 0-2 ERA G 3.14 6 3.44 8 3.08 27 5.23 24 4.75 27 3.97 9 8.46 5 4.14 101 8.46 5 GS CG 6 0 8 0 27 1 24 1 27 0 9 0 3 0 101 2 3 0 GF SHO SV IP 0 0 0 28.2 0 0 0 36.2 0 0 0 143.1 0 0 0 115.1 0 0 0 144.0 0 0 0 47.2 0 0 0 22.1 0 0 0 515.2 0 0 0 22.1 H 23 28 130 133 141 43 37 498 37 R 12 21 63 75 80 23 21 274 21 ER 10 14 49 67 76 21 21 237 21 HR HBP BB IBB 1 1 13 0 3 4 19 0 10 8 63 0 16 10 52 0 12 10 82 1 5 3 12 0 5 0 9 1 47 36 241 1 5 0 9 1 SO WP BK BA 26 0 0 .211 38 3 0 .211 128 6 0 .239 96 6 0 .291 119 13 1 .261 43 3 0 .239 12 1 0 .370 450 31 1 .254 12 1 0 .370

COMPLETE BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .000 .000 G 5 5 AB 6 6 R 0 0 H 0 0 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 0 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 1 0 1 0 SO SB CS GDP 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 SLG OBP .000 .143 .000 .143 E 0 0
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REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Pitcher PCT 1.000 G 5 PO 3 A 1 E 0 TC 4 DP 0

2010 SEASON: • Began the season at Memphis (AAA) and made his Major League debut in May, but spent most of the season on the disabled list dealing with a right shoulder strain. • Pitched in five games for St. Louis making three starts, going 0-2 in his starts. • Posted a 5-3 record with a 3.97 ERA in nine starts at Memphis (AAA), winning his last three starts. • Recalled on 5/29 and made his Major League debut that day at Wrigley Field, throwing a season-high 5.2 IP in a 5-0 loss. • Made two more starts before being optioned to Memphis on 6/13. Was recalled again on 6/25 and appeared in two games in relief before landing on the disabled list. • Logged 4.1 IP in relief on 6/27 at KC, a season high for a Cardinals reliever. • Was placed on the 15-day DL on 7/4 with a right shoulder strain, then transfered to the 60-day DL on 8/16. • Was activated from DL on 9/29 but did not pitch in the team’s final five games. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Made one start for Italy in the World Baseball Classic vs. VEN (3/10) and pitched three scoreless innings (H, BB, 3 SO)...led Cardinals minor leaguers with 27 games started, fifth in innings pitched (career-best 144.0), T-2nd with 119 strikeouts and T-8th with seven wins...began season with nine consecutive losses, but finished strong posting a 7-3 record beginning on 7/10...opposing batters hit just .197 (14-71) with RISP and two outs...earned second round playoff win vs. SAC (9/16) tossing six innings while tying a career-best nine strikeouts. 2008 – Made 24 starts for Springfield, his first experience at Double-A...went 0-3 in his four April starts before landing on the DL 4/29 with right shoulder inflammation...came off the DL on 5/10 ...in five June starts was 1-0 with a 3.27 ERA, his best month of the season...pitched for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League, making eight starts and went 3-1 with a 6.17 ERA. 2007 – Spent the entire season at Palm Beach, earning midseason and postseason Florida State League All-Star honors... ranked 2nd in the FSL with a Palm Beach franchise record12 wins and 3rd with a 3.08 ERA and 128 strikeouts...his 27 starts ranked tied for 2nd-most in the league (Tyler Norrick 1st with 28)...went 9-3 with a 2.73 ERA (82.1 IP / 25 ER) in 14 starts after the FSL AllStar break...won six straight decisions spanning eight starts from 6/20-7/28 (2.23 ERA)...named Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for 6/25-7/1 as he tossed 14 shutout innings over two starts...limited opponents to a .195 (29-for-149) batting average w/runners in scoring position and .150 (9-for-60) BA w/runners in scoring position and two outs...pitched the top of the 3rd inning of the Florida State League All-Star Game and allowed a run on two hits while fanning one...rated the Cardinals 6th-best prospect by Baseball America. 2006 – Did not allow an earned run in his first 19.2 professional innings pitched...named New York-Penn League Pitcher of the Week for 7/3-9 when he won two starts without allowing an earned run in 12.1 IP while fanning 11. MISC: Attended Northeastern University...was the second-highest Major League draft pick in Northeastern history behind current Chicago Cubs 1B Carlos Pena (10th overall by Texas in 1998)...was selected by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 30th round of the 2003 MLB Draft but did not sign...attended Berkeley Carroll High School in Brooklyn, NY, where he averaged 17 strikeouts per game over his junior and senior years...he threw eight one-hitters in high school and once struck out 54 batters over a three-game stretch...resides in Jupiter, Fla.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 30th round of the June 2003 free-agent draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1st round (30th overall) of the June 2006 free-agent draft. • On St. Louis disabled list (right shoulder strain), July 4 - September 28, 2010.

2010 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 5.2, 5/29 at Chicago. Most IP (Relief): 4.1, 6/27 at Kansas City. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 5, 5/29 at Chicago. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 2, 6/27 at Kansas City. Most Walks (Starter): 6, 5/29 at Chicago. Most Walks (Relief): 1, 7/3 vs. Milwaukee. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 6, 6/12 at Arizona. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 5, 6/27 at Kansas City. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 9, 6/12 at Arizona. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 9, twice. Last: 7/3 vs. Milwaukee. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 6/12 at Arizona. Longest Winning Streak: N/A Longest Losing Streak: 2 games, 5/29 - Present. Last Start: 6/12/10 at Arizona. Last Relief: 7/3 vs. Milwaukee.

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Full Name: Audris Joel Perez Height: 5-9 Weight: 180 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 12/23/88 at Sabana Grande de Palenque, Dominican Republic Opening Day Age: 22 M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on March 20, 2008. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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Full Name: Jose Alberto Pujols Height: 6-3 Weight: 230 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 1/16/80 at Santo Domingo, DR Opening Day Age: 31 M.L. Service: 10.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in 13th round (402nd overall) of the June 1999 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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FIRST BASEMAN
CAREER: • Finished 2011 with a career batting average of .331 (1,900 hits), a .426 on base percentage and .624 slugging, the active MLB leader in all three categories. • Enters 2011 as one of just two active players with at least 6,000 plate appearances with a career batting average (.331) above .330 - also Ichiro Suzuki (.331). • Completed the decade as the N.L.’s triple crown winner, leading in BA (.334), HR’s (366) & RBI (1,112). Did so despite playing in only 9 of those 10 seasons after breaking in as a rookie in 2001. • Is the only player in Major League history to hit 30-or-more home runs in each of his first 10 seasons. The next longest startof-career streak is four seasons (Mark McGwire, 1987-90). • Is only the second player in Major League history to have 10-straight 100 RBI seasons to begin his career (Hall of Famer Al Simmons, 11 seasons).

2010 SEASON: • Played in 45 games, starting 39 at catcher and six at designated hitter for Batavia (A). • Named to the New York-Penn League All-Star National League squad but did not play in the game. • Recorded the highest fielding percentage (.997, 321 TC, 1 E) among New York-Penn League catchers. • Threw out 37.8% (14 SB-37 ATT) of attempted base stealers, ranking 3rd among New York-Penn League catchers. • Led Batavia squad with a .315 BA (52-165) among players with at least 100 at-bats. • Has a career .301 BA over three professional seasons and 481 at-bats. • His 47 RBI ranked 2nd on the Batavia squad, eight behind the leader (Nick Longmire, 55) who played in 23 more games. • Tallied an RBI in 25 of 45 games and did not go more than three games without an RBI. • Had 16 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI games. • Batted .356 (26-73) with runners in scoring position and crushed right-handed pitchers at a .350 clip (43-123). • Ran off a 10-game hitting streak from 7/17-29 batting .359 (14-39) with a home run and 11 RBI. • Hit second career pro grand slam vs. State College (8/31) off Colton Cain. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Played in 40 games at Johnson City (R), starting 13 at catcher and 19 at designated hitter, splitting time with 2nd round pick Robert Stock...recorded a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in 118 total chances but did not qualify for the league lead...tied Edgar Lara for the team lead with nine home runs despite playing in 24 less games (96 less at bats)...finished 5th on the team with 23 RBI and 22 runs scored. 2008 – Played in 50 games, starting with the Dominican Summer League Cardinals and finishing up with four games in the Gulf Coast League...won the team triple crown in the DSL by batting .322 with 7 HR and 40 RBI, also led the team with 15 doubles and a .525 slugging percentage...hit first professional grand slam vs. DSL Mariners (8/6) off Bruno Mercedes...hit safely in 37-of-46 games...ranked 2nd in the DSL by throwing out 41 attempted base stealers for a 44.6% efficiency...posted a 12-game hitting streak from 7/23-8/11 batting .469 (23-49) with 3 HR and 16 RBI...batted .364 against left-handed pitchers and .316 against right-handed pitchers...hit well in the clutch smacking a .357 BA (20-56) with runners in scoring position and .438 w/RISP and 2 outs (7-16)...finished hot in August batting .429 earning a promotion to the Gulf Coast League...batted .273 in four games in the GCL with two RBI. MISC: Named is pronounced (OW-dree)...resides in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2008 DSL Cardinals GCL Cardinals 2009 Johnson City 2010 Batavia MINOR TOTALS AVG .322 .273 .258 .315 .301 G 46 4 40 45 135 AB 177 11 128 165 481 R H 29 57 0 3 22 33 25 52 76 145 2B 15 0 7 11 33 3B HR 0 7 0 0 1 9 0 4 1 20 RBI SH 40 0 2 1 23 0 47 0 112 1 SF HBP 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 5 6 7 BB IBB 5 2 0 0 8 0 11 0 24 2 SO SB CS GDP 16 3 2 5 0 0 0 1 28 1 0 5 33 2 3 3 77 6 5 14 SLG .525 .273 .539 .455 .499 OBP .342 .308 .301 .368 .340 E 7 0 0 1 8

TOP 5 IN MVP VOTES • Season walk total rose every year but one through the 2009 season: from 69 in 2001 to a career high 115 in 2009. Has walked over 100 times the last three seasons & posted more Player* Times in Top 5 walks than strikeouts in nine consecutive seasons. 1. Albert Pujols 9 • Enters the 2011 season ranked 2nd on the Cardinals all-time home run list with 408 behind 2. Alex Rodriguez 6 Stan Musial’s leading total of 475. He and Musial are the only Cardinals to hit over 400 3. David Ortiz 5 home runs. 4. Lance Berkman 4 • Has 190 career game-winning RBI, tops among all players over the last 10 seasons and 47 Vladimir Guerrero 4 more than his closest challenger (Alex Rodriguez, 143)...ranks T16th all-time (Sammy Ryan Howard 4 Sosa) since the category began being tracked in 1974. His 312 go-ahead RBI over this Manny Ramirez 4 time span is tops as well (A. Rodriguez, 284). * Active Players • Was the unanimous selection for 2009 National League MVP as voted on by the BBWAA, the sixth N.L. player to win by a unanimous vote and the sixth N.L. player to win in back-to-back seasons. • The ‘09 MVP win was his second-straight and third award (also 2008 & 2005) in first nine seasons. Has appeared in the top10 on the NL MVP ballot in each of his 10 seasons. Pujols and Stan Musial (also three) are the only Cardinals to have won multiple MVP awards. • Albert Pujols was this past decade's leading MVP vote-getter at 2,640, followed by Barry Bonds (1,998) and Alex Rodriguez (1,665). • Was the National Leauge’s 2009 Hank Aaron Award winner which recognizes the most outstanding offensive performer in each league as chosen by the fans. • Led all MLB players in votes for the 2010 and 2009 All-Star Game. 2010 was his 6th time being voted in as a starter, 7th start in an ASG (started as DH in 2008). • Is Majors fastest player (806 games) to both 1,000 hits & 200 HR’s, passing Willie Mays’ mark of 825 games.
• Became the 2nd player in MLB history to hit 300 HRs in his first 8 seasons (Ralph Kiner). • He is the second quickest to reach 250 career home runs since making ML debut, doing so in 5 years, 182 days (Kiner 5.128).

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PUJOLS CAREER AWARDS & HONORS
National League MVP: 2009, 2008, 2005 National League Batting Champion: 2003 National League Rookie of the Year: 2001 Roberto Clemente Award: 2008 (National), 2003 (St. Louis) Hank Aaron Award: 2003, 2009 MLBPA Player’s Choice: Player of the Year: 2009, 2008, 2003 Marvin Miller Man of the Year: 2006 N.L. Outstanding Player: 2009, 2008, 2003 N.L. Rookie of the Year: 2001 Silver Slugger: 2010 (1B), 2009 (1B), 2008 (1B), 2004 (1B), 2003 (OF), 2001 (3B) Rawlings Gold Glove: 2006 (1B), 2010 (1B) All-Star Game Selections: 2001, 2003*, 2004*, 2005*, 2006*, 2007, 2008*, 2009*, 2010* *Denotes Starter The Sporting News: Player of the Year 2009, 2008, 2003 All-Star Team: 2009, 2008, 2005, 2004 Rookie of the Year: 2001
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• Hit 40 home runs for the sixth time in his career. His 30th HR on 8/15 vs. CHI marked his ML record 10th consecutive season to start a career with 30 HR per season. • Had 20 HR and 60 RBI pre-All Star break for the 8th time in his career. Ranked first in the majors with 60 runs post-All Star break and was first in the NL with 21 HR post-All Star break. • Tallied 180 hits for the fourth consecutive season and ninth overall. • Led the Cardinals with14 stolen bases, 2nd among MLB first basemen (Votto, 16). • Led the Majors with 21 game-winning RBI. • Batted in the No. 4 position in the lineup on 5/17, the first time since 5/3/03, a span of 1,045 games in the No. 3 slot, which was the active MLB record at the time it stopped. • Was issued a Major League-leading 38 intentional walks, a total which surpassed the team total for 17 Major League clubs. He currently ranks 2nd among active players with 236. Established a single-game high with 3 IBBs at WSH on 8/26. • Led the Majors with 19 two strike home runs and has the most (131) in MLB during his 10-year career. • Led the Cardinals with 27 multiple-RBI games and 20 defensive fielding gems. • Scored three or more runs in a game six times, and the Cardinals have gone 55-1 when he scores three-or-more runs in a game (only loss, 8/26/10 at WSH). • Honored as Pepsi’s Major League Baseball Clutch Performer in the month of April. • Hit three home runs in a game at CHI (5/30), the fourth time in his career and first time since 2006 that he had done so. • Passed Ozzie Smith (876) for 2nd all-time for Cardinals walks on 7/24 and currently has 914. • Had a career-high 11-game walkless streak from 7/28-8/9. • Scored a run in 11 consecutive games from 7/31 to 8/13 and 19 of 20 dates. The 11-game streak was the second longest in his career (13) and the second longest in the majors in 2010. • Named National League Player of the Month for August batting .379 with 11 HR and 23 RBI. • Hit his 94th home run at Busch Stadium III on 8/21, tying his mark for home runs in one ballpark with Busch Stadium II (94). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Was the unanimous winner of his 3rd N.L. MVP award... was named Player of the Year & N.L. Outstanding Player by MLBPA Player’s Choice...named Player of the Year by The Sporting News and was also named to The Sporting News AllStar Team...was the N.L.’s Silver Slugger winner for first basemen as voted on by managers and coaches...named the National League’s Player of the Month for both April and June and also named Player of the Week twice (once in April and June)...led the Majors with 47 home runs, just the 2nd Cardinal (Mark McGwire, 1998-99) since 1940 (Johnny Mize) to lead MLB...also led the majors in runs (124) and slugging pct. (.658)...led the N.L. with a .443 on-base pct. and finished second among N.L. leaders in doubles (45) and was third in BA (.327) and RBI (135)...was the Cardinal’s “Triple Crown” winner for the 5thstraight season and 8th time in nine years...just the 2nd player in MLB history to have 100 RBI in each of his first nine seasons, joining Hall of Famer Al Simmons (11)...was top vote-getter for the 80th All-Star Game hosted in St. Louis...took part in HR Derby, advancing to 2nd round after winning “swing-off” tiebreaker following 1st round...led the team in batting average (.327) for a 9th consecutive season- no other Cardinal has ever done so [S. Musial 1946-52 and R. Hornsby 1919-25 did so in seven consecutive seasons]...batted .588 (10-17) with bases loaded, setting Cardinals single-season (5) and career (11) records for grand slams...had a team single-season record (44) intentional walks, surpassing his record 34 from 2008 and setting MLB record for RHB...led Cardinals team and all MLB first basemen with his 16 stolen bases...set MLB record with 185 assists as first baseman, securing it on last day of season, surpassing Boston’s Bill Buckner (184 in 1985) for the top spot...had club single-game record 21 putouts 6/23 at NYM...his 1st-inning home run on 5/21 vs. CHI knocked the “I” out of the Big Mac Land sign in left field...underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow for debridement of bone spurs and removal of bone chips on 10/20, performed in Birmingham, Ala., by Dr. James Andrews. 2009 POSTSEASON – Went 3-for-10 in three games during the Division Series games vs. Los Angeles...was 2-for-4 in Game 3, driving in the team’s lone run. 2008 – All-Star first baseman earned his 2nd N.L. MVP award... was named Player of the Year by both MLBPA Player’s Choice and The Sporting News...named the 2008 Roberto Clemente Award winner in recognition of both his outstanding play on the field and tireless work in the community...recipient of the National League’s Silver Slugger Award for first basemen...selected as the first baseman on The Sporting News All-Star team in a vote by players...named N.L. Oscar Charleston winner by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum as the most outstanding player in the N.L...was the team’s “Triple Crown” winner for the 4th straight season and 7th time in 8 years...trailed only Atlanta’s C. Jones (.364) for M.L. batting lead at .357 as his season BA was above .341 since 4/9...was elected (by MLB players) to his 7th All-Star game and was the starting DH, going 2-3 before his exit...batted .411 vs. LHP, the highest in the Majors...ranked 1st in the Majors in SLG pct. and OPS (1.114) and 2nd in on-base pct....led the team and was 2nd in the National League with a .339 avg. with runners in scoring position...led the team with 16 game-winning RBI, T3rd in Majors...led the team with 44 doubles, 4th-most in the N.L....had 17 games with three or more hits and led St. Louis with 56 multi-hit games, 4th in the league...ranked 5th in the N.L. with an 11.9 strikeout per plate app. ratio, fanning just 54 times... batted .335 on the road, tops in the Majors and his .380 home average was 2nd..hit .380 in the day to lead N.L. and .346 at night to rank 2nd...hit career HR # 300 on 7/4 vs. CHI (off B. Howry) - the 2nd player in M.L. history to hit 300 HRs in his first 8 seasons (Ralph Kiner)...homered on 9/1, for his 30th on the season and has had 30 or more homers in all 8 of his MLB seasons...collected his 100th RBI on 9/11, just the 3rd player in MLB history to have 100 RBI in each of first 8 seasons...walked for the 100th time on

Baseball America: Player of the Year: 2005 All-Star Team: 2004 Rookie of the Year, Baseball Weekly: 2001 Rookie of the Year, Baseball Digest: 2001 Negro Leagues N.L. Oscar Charleston (MVP): 2009, 2008, 2005, 2003 Larry Doby Award (N.L. Rookie): 2001 N.L. Player of the Month (5 times): May & June 2003, April 2006, April, June 2009, August 2010 N.L. Player of the Week (10 times): September 17-23, 2001 (co-winner); July 1-7, 2002; April 28-May 4, 2003; May 30-June 5, 2005 (co-winner); May 8-14, 2006 (co-winner); July 9-15, 2007; August 18-24, 2008; September 22-28, 2008; April 20-26, 2009; June 15-21, 2009 N.L. Rookie of the Month (2 times): April & May 2001

• Is the youngest player to reach 250 career HRs (26 years, 258 days), ahead of Jimmie Foxx (26.269), Alex Rodriguez (26.277), Eddie Mathews (26.320) and Mel Ott (27.094). • Was the 2008 National League MVP as voted on by the BBWAA, his second selection (also 2005) in first eight seasons. • Named the 2008 Roberto Clemente Award winner in recognition of both his outstanding play on the field and tireless work in the community. • Finished 2nd in N.L. MVP voting in 2006, his fifth-straight season finishing in the top three, including a 1st place finish in 2005. • Was leading vote-getter for 2006 All-Star Game, earning his fourth career start in the Mid-Summer Classic. • Earned his first Rawlings Gold Glove award in 2006, the first for a Cardinals first baseman since Keith Hernandez in 1982. • Was voted his 2nd Rawlings Gold Glove award in 2010 and set MLB record for assists (185) by a first baseman in 2009. • In 2006, became the Majors fastest player ever to 14 HR’s (24 team games), 15 HR (28 Games), and 19 HR (37 games). He set ML record for April HR’s with 14 in 2006, which was tied by Alex Rodriguez in 2007. • Led the Majors with 129 runs in 2005, becoming just the sixth player in baseball history, and the first since Pete Rose from 1974-76, to lead the major leagues in scoring three consecutive seasons. No one has ever done so in four straight seasons. • Owns a .322 career postseason batting average (64-for-199), which ranks 13th all-time in MLB (min. 100 AB’s). His .359 career batting average in the NLCS ranks 6th among all players (min. 50 PA). 2010 SEASON: • Led the NL in RBI (118) for the first time in his career, home runs (42) for the second consecutive season and second time in his career, runs (115) for the second consecutive season and sixth time overall and extra base hits (86) second consecutive and fourth overall. He was voted the recipient of the N.L. Silver Slugger award at first base for the third straight season. • Ranked among NL leaders in batting (T5th, .312), hits (5th, 183), total bases (2nd, 350), doubles (8th, 39), walks (2nd, 103), on-base percentage (2nd, .414) and slugging (3rd, .596). • Clubbed his 400th home run on 8/26 at WSH off Jordan Zimmermann. Finished the season with 408 home runs, ranking 45th all-time and with the most ever by a player in his first10 ML seasons. He and Stan Musial (475) are the only two Cardinals to have hit 400 or more home runs while wearing the Birds-on-Bat. • Was selected to his eighth consective (9th overall) National League All-Star team, the top vote getter in the Majors for the second consecutive season. Started at first base and went 0-for-2. • Had a .348 batting average w/RISP, ranking 4th in the NL and had the best night game batting average in the NL at .330. • Batted .300 with 30 HR and 100 RBI for the 10th consecutive season adding to his own existing Major League record. • Became the first Cardinals player in franchise history to have three consecutive 100-walk seasons and tied Stan Musial for overall 100 walk seasons with three. • Led the NL with six multi-HR games and passed Stan Musial on 9/12 for the Cardinals all-time lead of career multi-HR games, which now stands at 39.

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9/23 vs. ARI, his 1st 100-walk season...finished 3rd in M.L. w/104 walks and led the Majors with 34 intentional walks, setting a then Cardinals single-season record...scored his 100th run with a solo HR on 9/27 vs. CIN, the 7th time in eight seasons to score 100 runs...reached base safely by hit, walk and/or HBP in 136 of 148 games...named NL Player of the Week 8/18-24 and the last week of the season, 9/22-28...his .996 fielding pct. was T1st in the N.L., finished 2nd in the league with 135 assists and his six errors ranked as T2nd fewest among everyday first basemen... appeared at 2B on 4/22 at MIL-- first career appearance there (reg. season) & first since 2001 All-Star Game (defensive replacement for Jeff Kent)...had 42-game streak of reaching base come to an end on 5/16 vs. TB - had reached base in every game played from Opening Day through 5/15, the best start in Majors since 1999 (D. Jeter - 53 games)...on the DL 6/12-25 with a strained left calf...went 4-for-4 on 8/30 at HOU and was triple shy of cycle, collecting his 1,500th hit in that game - 14th Cardinal ever to reach 1,500 hits...hit safely in 7-straight AB’s 9/23-26 (three games) and reached base safely in 11 straight plate appearances, not counting a sac fly on 9/25...had surgery on Oct. 13, by team physician, Dr. George Paletta, on his right elbow, a procedure that included decompression and transposition of the ulnar nerve. MOST HR’S FIRST 10 SEASONS* 2007 – Hit 32 homers and had 103 RBI to extend his record of 30homer & 100 RBI seasons to begin a career to seven MOST RBI FIRST 10 SEASONS* ...finished one run Player RBI Years shy of 7th-straight 1. Lou Gehrig 1452 1923-34 100-run scored 2. Al Simmons 1287 1924-33 season...played in 3. Joe DiMaggio 1277 1936-48 each of team’s 4. Ted Williams 1261 1939-51 first 106 games 5. Albert Pujols 1230 2001-10 (105 starts) and *Starting with rookie qualifying season. played in 158 of courtesy Elias Sports Bureau 162 total (153 starts)...played in his 1,000th career game on 6/18 vs. KC...finished 6th in the National League with a .327 batting average with his .358 road batting average tops in MLB... had the 3rd highest on-base percentage in the N.L. at .429... finished 9th in National League MVP voting...collected 59 multi-hit games to lead the team and rank T3rd in the N.L...batted .367 vs. lefthanded pitchers, 4th-best in the N.L...went a career-best 109consecutive plate appearances beginning 8/31 before striking out in the 5th on 9/30 at PIT, the longest active streak in the Majors...ranked 5th among NL batters in most plate appearances (11.71) per strikeout...batted .411 during Interleague games...reached by hit or walk in 25 of 26 June games and had 20 RBI in June...had five K’s 6/8-9, the 3rd time he’d had 5 Ks in a two-game span in his career (7/7-8/01 at CLE, 9/25-26/01 at HOU)... named the N.L.’s Player of the Week 7/9-15...had 5game HR streak, 7-game RBI streak and 9-game hitting streak end 8/23 vs. FLA...the career-best 5-game HR streak tied club single-season record...made first start since 9/17 on 9/24 at MIL (strained left calf). 2006 – Produced 6th straight season with .300 BA, 100 runs, 30 HR & 100 RBI...ranked 2nd in the N.L. in HR’s (49) and RBI (137) and 3rd in BA (.331)...led N.L. in SLG pct. (.671)...led the Majors with 25 GWRBI with 19 of those via HR’s; the most since Willie Mays (19 -1962) in SABR data going back to 1957...was tied for second in the Majors with 34 go-ahead RBI...hit a MLleading 23 go-ahead home runs...was the recipient of 2006 Players Choice Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award...was selected as finalist for Roberto Clemente and Hank Aaron Awards by MLB...set a career-high with 49 HR’s and 137 RBI...had 5th season of 350 or more TB’s...homered in his final at-bat of the season for HR #250 of his career...joined Jim Bottomley (192429) as the lone Cards with six consecutive 100 RBI seasons... scored 100 runs for 6th-straight season...became the fastest among active players to reach the 2,000 total base mark, doing so 7/3 at ATL with a double and HR in his 854th game - Nomar Garciaparra ranks 2nd (869 games)...combined for 2 HR’s & 6 RBI 5/28-29 as he became 3rd fastest in ML to 25 HR’s...became 3rd fastest to 20 HR behind Luis Gonzalez (‘01-40 games) and Mickey Mantle (1956-41 games)...became the majors fastest player ever to 19 HR (37 games), 15 HR (28 games) and 14 HR (24 games)...belted 14th HR on 4/29 to set ML record for April HR’s...tied Todd Helton (3,003 AB’s) for 2nd fastest to 1,000 career hits among active players when he connected for 2-run HR off Cubs’ Jerome Williams 4/21 at Busch... finished among N.L. 1st base fielding leaders in chances and fielding pct., making just six errors and was rewarded with his first ever Rawlings Gold Glove award...played for the Dominican Republic team in the inaugural World Baseball Classic...struck out for the first time during spring training on 3/27, his first strikeout in an exhibition game since 3/31/04 vs. MON - 77 Grapefruit League AB’s and 87 PA’s between K’s...began 2006, hitting two HRs along with two walks and SF on Opening Day 4/3 at PHI and scored three times with four RBI...it was the first-ever Cards Opening Day multi-HR game...his 3-HR game on 4/16 ended with walk-off shot, becoming only the 8th player ever to cap off a 3-homer game with walk off...named N.L. co-Player of the Week for 5/814...suffered strained right oblique muscle on 6/3 and was DLed 6/4 for first time in career...at the time of his injury, Albert was ML leader in HRs (25), RBI (65), runs (52), total bases (139), SLG (.751), OPS (1.193) and BA w/RISP (.523)...he had scored or driven in 92 (34 pct.) of the team’s 271 runs before his injury...returned to active roster 6/22 after missing 15 games and was 4-for-4 on 6/23 at DET...hit 3-run HR on 7/2 that tied Ray Lankford (228) for 3rd on all-time STL HR list...had a career high 7 RBI on 8/22 at NY, with 2 HR’s - including his 5th career grand slam. 2006 POSTSEASON – Took part in his 5th postseason and earned his first World Series championship...led the team with three HR’s, 11 runs and 13 walks in the postseason...doubled and scored in WS Game 3...hit 2-run homer in 3rd inning of WS Game 1 at Detroit and also scored in the 6th after a walk...his solo homer in the 4th inning was the first run for STL in Game 5 of NLCS ...had single, double and scored 3 times in LCS Game 2 win...singled twice in both Game 3 and 6 of LCS... blasted 2-run HR in the 3rd inning of DS Game 1 at San Diego for the GWRBI ...had double, 2 singles and GWRBI in DS Game 2. 2005: Continued his elite play and was rewarded with the National League Most Valuable Player Award, the 15th Cardinal to win the prestigious award since its 1931 inception and first since Willie McGee in 1985...received 18 of 32 first-place votes...named Baseball America Major League Player of the Year and recipient of the Oscar Charleston Award, the MVP Award presented by Negro League Museum...chosen as first baseman on All-Busch Stadium Team in fan balloting, selected over finalists Orlando Cepeda, Jack Clark, Keith Hernandez and Mark McGwire...voted as first baseman on the Major League Baseball Latino Legends Team in balloting of fans...was the St. Louis Baseball co-Man of the Year with Chris Carpenter as voted on by the St. Louis chapter of the BBWAA...was named the first baseman on The Sporting News N.L. All-Star team...finished 2nd in the N.L. in BA (.330) and vs. RHPs (.340)...was 1st with a .349 road BA, 6th with .330 day & 3rd with .330 night BA... ranked 2nd N.L. in slugging (.609) and on-base pct. (.430)...tied for N.L.-best in multi-hit games with 57 (Eckstein-STL, Cabrera-FLA)...ranked 2nd in N.L. with 20 game-winning RBI and 1st with 36 go-ahead RBI...scored his 600th career run 8/13 at CHI on his 33rd HR, a two-run shot in the 3rd...his 65 strikeouts ranked as fewest in baseball among players with 40 or more HR’s...ranked 6th in the N.L. with 97 walks and had N.L.-high 27 intentional walks ...led the team in steals (16) and collected 1st career two-steal game 7/27 at SD... the last Cardinals first baseman to lead team in SB’s was G. Jefferies (46 in 1993)...held hitless in series (CHI 7/22-24) for first time since 4/18-20/03 vs. ARI...was also hitless 8/8-10 at MIL & 9/27-28 vs. HOU...made his fourth All-Star appearance in five seasons, starting as DH and had a single in two AB’s...went hitless 7/6 to end a 17-game streak and also had 16-game hit streak 4/19-5/5...reached base safely in 72 of 77 road starts with hits in 60 of those 77 games. 2005 POSTSEASON - Was 5for-9 (.556) with four walks (3 intentional), four runs and two RBI in the three-game sweep of SD in the Division Series....collected a hit, walk and run in each of the 3 games, with two two-hit outings...had a team-high 6 RBI and matched a team-high with seven hits in the NLCS vs. HOU, batting .304...belted a gamewinning, 3-run homer with two outs in the 9th inning of Game 5 at HOU off Brad Lidge to send the series to a Game 6...went 0for-4 in Game 6 to end a seven-game hitting streak in NLCS games dating to 2004...was 12-for-28 (.429) over the course of that streak with four multi-hit games. 2004: Continued his offensive prowess and displayed a solid glove in his first season as the full-time first baseman...finished 3rd in N.L. Most Valuable Player balloting and is the 2nd Cardinal to finish in the top five in MVP voting four straight years, joining Stan Musial (five straight, 1948-52)...earned the Silver Slugger Award at first base, his third award at three different positions (2003-OF, 2001-3B)...was named the first baseman on The Sporting News N.L. All-Star team...was voted the starting first baseman for the N.L. at the All-Star Game in Houston and went 2-3 with a pair of doubles and two RBI...finished season ranked 1st in the N.L. in total bases (389) and runs (133), 3rd in RBI (123) and 5th in batting (.331)...was N.L. leader with 34 goahead RBI and 20 GWRBI...belted a then career-high 46 home runs (T2nd) and his 28 road homers topped the N.L....eight of last nine hits of the season were doubles, the first Cardinal with

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back-to-back 50+ doubles in a GAME-WINNING RBI - Since 2001 seasons since Joe Player GWRBI Medwick in 1936- 1. Albert Pujols 190 37...finished with an 2. Alex Rodriguez 143 MLB-high 99 extra- 3. Vladimir Guerrero 140 base hits...tops 4. David Ortiz 139 among N.L. first 5. Bobby Abreu 132 basemen w/ 1,458 putouts, 1,582 total GO-AHEAD RBI - Since 2001 chances and 136 Player GARBI double plays...his 1. Albert Pujols 312 .343 batting avg. 284 with runners in 2. Alex Rodriguez 278 scoring position 3. Vladimir Guerrero 260 ranked 4th in the 4. David Ortiz 256 NL...reached base 5. Bobby Abreu by hit or walk in 141 of 154 games (92%) for the year...batted .359 (113-for-315) in the season’s final three months...tied for team lead with 52 multihit games , including seven games with four-plus hits (5-four hit, 2-five hit)...batted .287 (25-for-87) in April, his first sub-.300 month since June of 2002 (.284)...hit a walk-off HR in the 10th inning on 6/17 vs. Reds for third game ending HR of his career and ended a season-long, 10-game homerless streak...hit three HRs and was 5-for-5 at CHI on 7/20, matching then career high in hits and RBI (five) and setting career marks with three HRs and four runs scored and his homer in the 9th was GWer as the Cards rallied from deficits of 7-1 and 8-2 for an 11-8 win...solo HR on 7/23 vs. SF broke up D. Hermanson’s no-hitter and shutout in the 7th inn...his 29 RBI in August ranked tied first in NL and his 12 HRs ranked second...HRed (#46-career high) on 9/26 at COL to join J. DiMaggio & T. Williams as only players to reach 500 RBI in first four seasons...received two non-invasive treatments in the offseason, called OssaTron treatments, to remedy the plantar fasciitis in his left heel that bothered him in the second half of season. 2004 POSTSEASON - Combined to go 24-for-58 (.414) with six home runs, 14 RBI and 14 runs in the postseason...the six home runs were a Cardinals postseason record...went 5-for-15 (.333) with two home runs and five RBI in four Division Series games vs. LA...drove in the division series clinching run in Game 4 with a three-run home run off Wilson Alvarez at LA...was named the Most Valuable Player of the League Championship Series after batting .500 (14-for-28) with four home runs, nine RBI and 10 runs scored vs. HOU...the 14 hits and 28 total bases were NLCS records...was the fifth player in LCS history to bat .500 or better in a series, joining Chris Chambliss-NYY (1976), Will Clark-SF (1989), Javy Lopez-ATL (1996) and Eddie Perez-ATL (1999)...batted .333 (5-15) in four World Series games vs. BOS. 2003 – Posted one of the best individual seasons in Cardinals history, batting .359 with 43 home runs, 124 RBI and 137 runs scored...also collected 212 hits, including 51 doubles....claimed a host of postseason awards and honors: voted by his peers as the Players Choice Major League Player of the Year, as well as the National League’s Outstanding Player...was named the Major League Player of the Year by The Sporting News, received the Hank Aaron Award (voted by broadcasters) as the league’s best hitter, and the Silver Slugger Award (voted by managers and

Player 1. Albert Pujols 2. Alex Rodriguez 3. Eddie Mathews 4. Ralph Kiner 5. Adam Dunn

HRs 408 381 370 369 354

Years 2001-10 1994-03 1952-61 1946-55 2001-10

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coaches)...finished second to Barry Bonds in balloting for the N.L. Most Valuable Player Award for the second straight year...played in his second All-Star Game and led all N.L. players in fan balloting, collecting 2,030,702 votes...became the first Cardinal since Willie McGee in 1990 to win the N.L. batting title, edging Colorado’s Todd Helton, .35871 to .35849. It was the tightest race in N.L. history and the third-closest in Major League history...at 23, became the youngest N.L. batting champion since LA’s Tommy Davis (also 23) in 1962 -- Albert was the first righthander to win the race since Colorado’s Andres Galarraga in 1993...was the first Cardinal right-hander to win the batting title since Joe Torre in 1971...also led the majors in runs, doubles, extra-base hits (95) and total bases (394)...paced the N.L. in hits and multi-hit games (63)...joined Rogers Hornsby as the only players in Cardinals history to record 40 homers and 200 hits in the same season...Hornsby did so in 1922, when he hit 42 homers and had a club-record 250 hits...394 total bases ranked fourth in club history and he became the first Redbird to lead the N.L. in total bases since Torre (352) did so in his 1971 MVP season...ranked HOME RuNS IN AGE GROuP second in the N.L. in Most home runs by active players slugging pct. (.667) and third in on-base under the age of 32: pct. (.439) and was Player HRs DOB fourth in home runs 1. Albert Pujols 408 1/16/80 and RBI...became 2. Adam Dunn 354 11/9/79 the first Cardinal to 3. Adrian Beltre 278 4/7/79 collect 50 doubles in 4. Mark Teixeira 275 4/11/80 a season since Stan 5. Ryan Howard 253 11/19/79 Musial (53) in 1953... * courtesy Elias Sports Bureau his 212-hit season marked the Cards’ first 200-hit campaign since Willie McGee led the league with 216 in 1985...batted a league-best .376 at night and .330 in the daylight (5th in N.L.)...hit .350 vs. RHP and .387 vs. LHP (both 2nd in N.L.), and posted a .388 mark at home (2nd) and .331 on the road (5th)...tied for the N.L. lead with 22 homers on the road...struck out only 65 times in 685 plate appearances (once every 10.54 PAs)...compiled a 30game hitting streak, 7/12-8/16 - the longest streak in the majors in 2003 and was the Cardinals’ longest streak since Stan Musial hit in 30 straight in 1950...batted .390 (46-for-118) and had eight home runs, 26 RBI and 29 runs scored during the streak...ranked fifth in the majors with 32 go-ahead RBI and he tied for the N.L. lead with 21 game-winning RBI...led the N.L. with 63 multihit games, including a league-best six four-hit contests...of his 43 homers, 29 came as left fielder (three shy of Stan Musial’s club record of 32 by LF in 1951)...his 15 infield hits ranked second on the club (Edgar Renteria, 19)...was named N.L. Player of the Week for 4/28-5/4...collected his 100th hit on 6/21, becoming the fastest Cardinal (73 team games) to reach that mark since Joe Torre did so in 71 games in 1971...batted .345 with 10 HR and 26 RBI to win N.L. May Player of Month honors...was again voted N.L. Player of the Month for June (.429 BA/8 HR/29 RBI)...hit his 100th career home run on 7/20 at LA, becoming just the fourth player in ML history to hit 100 homers in his first three seasons... collected 100th RBI and 100th run on 8/7, becoming the first player in ML history to have 30 HRs, 100 runs & 100 RBI in each of first three seasons...hit his first career game-ending (Players who started career after 1920, which home run in 8/12 win is first season RBI is an official statistic) vs. SD...returned to Player Age lineup on 8/22 after 1. Mel Ott 27.087 having missed four 2. Jimmie Foxx 27.233 games due to both the 3. Alex Rodriguez 28.282 flu and a two-gm. 4. Ken Griffey, Jr. 28.298 league suspension -5. Lou Gehrig 28.301 had his 30-game hitting 6. Hank Aaron 29.076 streak snapped that 7. Al Simmons 29.082 night, going 0-for-5 8. Albert Pujols 29.099 ...collected his 200th hit * courtesy Elias Sports Bureau of the season on 9/16 vs. MIL...hit his 43rd HR on 9/20 vs. HOU - a game-winning shot in the 13th.

ALBERT PUJOLS
YOuNGEST TO 1000 RBI
scored...in voting by the BBWAA, was named National League Rookie of the Year...became just the ninth unanimous selection in league history...finished fourth in voting for N.L. Most Valuable Player - the highest finish by a rookie in either league since Fred Lynn won the A.L. honor in 1975...was chosen as Major League Rookie of the Year by Baseball America and was named the top N.L. rookie by Baseball Weekly, The Sporting News, Baseball Digest and the Players’ Choice Awards...was named the third baseman on the Topps’ Rookie All-Star Team...posted a .610 slugging percentage and received the N.L. Silver Slugger Award for the top slugging mark among third basemen...set Cardinals rookie records for home runs, doubles, RBI, extra-base hits, runs and total bases (360)...established N.L. rookie marks for RBI, extra-base hits and total bases...became just the fourth rookie in major league history, and the first National Leaguer, to hit at least .300 with 30 home runs, 100 RBI and 100 runs scored...became the first Cardinal do it since Stan Musial batted .330 with 35 homers, 126 RBIs and 120 runs in 1952...was the first Redbird in 40 years to lead the club in batting, homers, RBI and runs scored (Ken Boyer last did it in 1961)...became the first Cardinal since Ted Simmons in 1973 (.310/13/91) to win the club’s Triple Crown, and only the second rookie in club history to do it after Rogers Hornsby in 1916...tied Montreal’s Orlando Cabrera for the N.L. lead with 21 game-winning RBI...batted .336 (93-for-277) with 16 HRs and a team-leading 64 RBI after the All-Star Break... batted .354 (103-for-291) with 18 homers and 64 RBI in 82 home games...hit safely in 69 of 82 home contests and his home batting average ranked as the fourthbest in the N.L...the 21-year-old hit safely in 50 of 52 series and in 121 of his 156 starts-starts were at 3B (52), LF (37), RF (33), 1B (31), and DH (2)...is believed to be the first major leaguer to make 30 starts at four positions in a season...made the club out of spring training when B. Bonilla was placed on the D.L. with a strained left hamstring ...led the club with 34 total bases in the spring and was second on the club in doubles (6) and batting average (.349)...made his major league debut by starting in left field on Opening Day (4/2) at COL and went 1-for-3...hit first M.L. homer on 4/6 at ARI and had three hits and three RBI... on 4/9, became first Cardinals rookie since 1954 (Wally Moon) to hit a home run in the club’s home opener...put his name in the record books by tying the major league rookie record for HRs (8) in the month of April with his solo shot off John Franco in the eighth inning on 4/28 (shares April record with Kent Hrbek1982 and Carlos Delgado-1994)...followed up a strong April with a .333 average, eight homers and 24 RBI in May, earning his second straight N.L. Rookie of the Month honor...his biggest slump of the year came on the club’s nine-game road trip entering the All-Star break when he went just 2-for-33 (0-for-12 with RISP), as his season batting average slipped from .354 to .323 on the nine-game trip...became the first Cardinals rookie to make the N.L. All-Star squad since LHP Luis Arroyo in 1955 and the first rookie since 3B Eddie Kazak (‘49) to actually play in the game...entered the game in the eighth inning and played second base for Jeff Kent and walked on a full-count slider from SEA’s Jeff Nelson in his lone plate appearance...had home run for the first time in 93 at-bats on 7/14 vs. DET, setting the Cardinals rookie HR record with his 22nd of the season...had career-best 17-game hitting streak (.406), and a 13-game run-scoring streak snapped 8/17...hit a 439-foot solo blast over Cinergy Field’s “Black Monster” 8/20 for HR #29...lined his 31st HR on 8/29 vs. SD and became only the second Cardinals rookie to reach 100 RBI, joining Ray Jablonski, who in 1953 had 112 RBIs as a rookie...blasted his first career grand slam for his 20th gamewinning-RBI on 9/21 at PIT...finished the game with his second five-RBI game of the week and set the N.L. rookie record for extra-base hits with 83, surpassing Johnny Fredericks’ (Brooklyn) 1929 record of 82...set a pair of rookie records on 10/2 at MIL, including the N.L. record for total bases (353), breaking Richie Allen’s 1964 mark of 352. also set the Cardinals’ rookie record for runs scored (110) in that game. 2001 POSTSEASON – Struggled in his first trip to the postseason, batting just .111 (2for-18) in the five-game Division Series vs. ARI...poked a twoout, two-run, opposite-field homer in the first inning of Game 2 off Randy Johnson, as the Cards went on to win 4-1 and even the series at a game apiece.

2002 – Not only did Albert avoid the “sophomore slump” in his second season, but he again led the Cardinals in nearly every major offensive category...in 2001 he became the first Redbird in 40 years to lead the club in batting, homers, RBI and runs scored, and he did it again in 2002, batting .314 with 34 HRs, 127 RBI and 118 runs...became the first player in Major League history to hit at least .300 with 30 home runs, 100 RBI and 100 runs scored in each of his first two big league seasons...finished second in BBWAA balloting for N.L. MVP...received 26 secondplace votes, as he and unanimous MVP Barry Bonds were the only two players named on all 32 ballots...after finishing fourth in 2001 MVP voting, Albert became the first Cardinal since Stan Musial in 1950-51 to finish in the top four in the MVP race in back-to-back years...Musial finished second in both 1950 and ‘51...was named St. Louis Baseball Man of the Year by the St. Louis chapter of the BBWAA...ranked second in N.L. in both runs and RBI, was seventh in batting average, eighth in doubles and 10th in home runs...batted .335 (94-for-281) with 13 HRs and a league-leading 61 RBI after the All-Star Break...the 22year-old hit safely in all 52 of St. Louis’ series and in 118 of his 157 games played...his starts were at LF (101), 3B (37), 1B (15), and DH (2)...also played in RF and at shortstop...finished fourth in the league in hits (185) and his 53 multi-hit games ranked fifth... sported a .340 BA (105-for-309) in road games (2nd in the N.L.)... became just the 5th Cardinal with back-to-back 30HR seasons and just the second (Ray Jablonski) to begin his career with consecutive 100-RBI seasons...is the first Cardinal to begin his career with back-to-back 20-homer seasons...had 73 RBI in 80 games after 7/1...had 49 RBI and 11 HRs in his last 49 games... tied for second in the N.L. with 24 June RBI...was the N.L. Player of the Week for 7/1-7...HR #30 and RBI #100 came 8/27 [1] at CIN...finished second in the N.L. in RBI in August (32) and batted .368 (43-for-117) for the month. 2002 POSTSEASON – Went 3-for-10 in the Division Series vs. Arizona...was 5-for-19 in the League Championship Series vs. San Francisco and homered off Kirk Rueter in the 5th inning of Game 1. 2001 – In just his second professional season, Albert posted one of the finest rookie seasons in baseball history...played a team-high 161 games and led the club with a .329 batting average, 194 hits, 37 HRs, 47 doubles, 130 RBIs and 112 runs

RARE ROOKIES
In 2001 Albert Pujols became just the fourth rookie in Major League baseball history to post a .300 batting average with 30 home runs, 100 RBI and 100 runs scored. Player, Team Hal Trosky Sr., CLE Ted Williams, BOS Walt Dropo, BOS Albert Pujols, STL Year 1934 1939 1950 2001 Avg .330 .327 .322 .329 HR 35 31 34 37 RBI Runs 142 117 145 131 144 101 130 112

2000 – In his first season of professional baseball, Pujols made a quick climb through the Cardinals system and completed the year by being named the organization’s Minor League Player of the Year...his combined statistics included a .314 batting average, 19 home runs and 96 RBIs...ranked among the organizational leaders in nearly every offensive category, including hits (1st154), doubles (1st-41), slugging percentage (3rd-.543), batting average (3rd), RBIs (3rd), homers (T5th), triples (T5th-7) and runs scored (6th-74)...spent the majority of the season at ClassA Peoria and earned numerous postseason awards, including three from Baseball America, which named Pujols the Midwest League’s best batting prospect, top defensive third baseman and owner of the circuit’s best infield arm...was named Most Valuable Player of the Midwest League, despite missing the last month of the league’s campaign...led the circuit in slugging percentage (.565) and finished second in batting (.324) and fourth in extra-base hits (55)...was selected to the Midwest League All-Star Game and teamed with Hall of Famer Tony Perez to win the pregame home run-hitting contest...his 41 doubles tied for 10th among all minor league players in 2000... ranked sixth among all minor league third basemen with a .314 overall batting average...struck out only 47 times in 544 plate appearances in the regular season...was promoted to Class-A Potomac in August...made the jump to Triple-A Memphis at season’s end and played three regular-season games...shifted from third base for the first time and played two games in left field...was a part of Memphis’ postseason run, and batted .302

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in 11 postseason games...was named Most Valuable Player of the PCL Playoffs after batting .367 with two homers and five RBIs in seven playoff contests...his 13th-inning homer gave Memphis a 4-3 win over Salt Lake on 9/15 and clinched the PCL championship for the Redbirds, who advanced to the Triple-A World Series against Indianapolis...played for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League and was voted the league’s top third base prospect in a poll of the AFL’s managers and coaches. MISC: Started the Pujols Family Foundation in 2005 (pujolsfamilyfoundation.org)...the foundation is dedicated to the love, care and development of people with Down Syndrome and also reaches out to impoverished families in the Dominican Republic, Albert’s native country...his $70,000 award from Major League Baseball Players Trust went toward The Albert Pujols Wellness Center for Adults with Down Syndrome at St. Luke’s Hospital in Chesterfield which opened in November 2009...the center offers nutrition and exercise programs as well as counseling for adults with Down Syndrome...opened “Pujols 5” Westport Grill in 2006...graduated in 1998 from Fort Osage High School in Independence, Mo...twice earned all-state honors in baseball... earned a baseball scholarship to Maple Woods College in Kansas City...at age 16, moved with his father from the Dominican Republic to Kansas City...was signed by Cardinals scout Dave Karaff…has been named recipient of the St. Louis chapter of BBWAA’s Man of the Year award the last 10 seasons...was nominated by his teammates for the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award in 2004, 2005 and 2006...received the Missouri Athletic Club’s Personality of the Year Award in December, 2002 ...was named to the Arizona Fall League Hall of Fame on August 6, 2004...was also named to the AFL’s Team of the Decade in 2002...won the Cardinals’ Roberto Clemente Award for community service in 2003...in 2003 he helped sponsor the inaugural St. Louis Down Syndrome Association Golf Benefit which continues as an event for his new foundation...he and his wife appeared in the 2002 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue...became U.S. citizen on February 7, 2007 in a ceremony at the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse in St. Louis...on Feb. 20, 2004, signed a seven-year contract extension, with a club option for an eighth year, that runs through this season (2011)...joined efforts in 2008 to bring a Major League Soccer team to St. Louis...Albert and his wife, Deidre, have two daughters, Isabella and Sophia, and two sons, A.J. Alberto, Jr and Ezra...the family resides in St. Louis County...name is pronounced POO-holes.

ALBERT PUJOLS
LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2002 STL vs. SF 2004 STL vs. HOU 2005 STL vs. HOU 2006 STL vs. NY L.C.S TOTALS AVG .263 .500 .304 .318 .359 G 5 7 6 7 25 AB 19 28 23 22 92 R 2 10 3 5 20 H 5 14 7 7 33 2B 1 2 0 1 4 3B HR 0 1 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 8 RBI SH 2 0 9 0 6 0 1 0 18 0 SF HBP 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 BB IBB 2 0 4 0 1 0 7 4 14 4 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 5 0 0 0 .474 .364 3 0 0 0 1.000 .563 3 0 0 0 .565 .320 3 0 0 0 .500 .483 14 0 0 0 .663 .444 E 0 0 0 0 0

WORLD SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2004 STL vs. BOS 2006 STL vs. DET W.S TOTALS AVG .333 .200 .267 G 4 5 9 AB 15 15 30 R 1 3 4 H 5 3 8 2B 2 1 3 3B HR 0 0 0 1 0 1 RBI SH 0 0 2 0 2 0 SF HBP 0 1 0 1 0 2 BB IBB 1 1 5 1 6 2 SO SB CS GDP 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 6 0 1 0 SLG .467 .467 .467 OBP .412 .429 .421 E 0 1 1
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ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
Year Team 2001 National 2003 National 2004 National 2005 National 2006 National 2007 National 2008 National 2009 National 2010 National ALL-STAR TOTALS AVG --.333 .667 .500 .000 .667 .000 .000 .316 G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 AB 0 3 3 2 3 3 3 2 19 R 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 H 2B 3B HR RBI SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Selected -- Did Not Play 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 0 0 3 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 0 0 .333 .500 0 0 0 0 1.333 .667 0 0 0 0 .500 .500 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .667 .000 .000 .421 .667 .000 .000 .350 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2000 Peoria Potomac Memphis 2001 ST. LOUIS 2002 ST. LOUIS 2003 ST. LOUIS 2004 ST. LOUIS 2005 ST. LOUIS 2006 ST. LOUIS 2007 ST. LOUIS 2008 ST. LOUIS 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS * Led league. AVG G .324 109 .284 21 .214 3 .329 161 .314 157 *.359 157 .331 154 .330 161 .331 143 .327 158 .357 148 .327 160 .312 159 .331 1558 AB 395 81 14 590 590 591 592 591 535 565 524 568 587 5733 R 62 11 1 112 118 *137 *133 *129 *119 99 100 *124 *115 1186 H 2B 3B HR RBI SH 128 32 6 17 84 0 23 8 1 2 10 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 194 47 4 37 130 1 185 40 2 34 127 0 *212 *51 1 43 124 0 196 51 2 46 123 0 195 38 2 41 117 0 177 33 1 49 137 0 185 38 1 32 103 0 187 44 0 37 116 0 186 45 1 *47 135 0 183 39 1 *42 *118 0 1900 426 15 408 1230 1 SF HBP BB IBB SO 2 5 38 7 37 0 0 7 0 8 0 0 1 0 2 7 9 69 6 93 4 9 72 13 69 5 10 79 12 65 9 7 84 12 52 3 9 97 *27 65 3 4 92 *28 50 8 7 99 22 58 8 5 104 *34 54 8 9 115 *44 64 6 4 103 *38 76 61 73 914 236 646 SB CS GDP 2 4 10 1 1 3 1 0 0 1 3 21 2 4 20 5 1 13 5 5 21 16 2 19 7 2 20 2 6 *27 7 3 16 16 4 23 14 4 23 75 34 203 SLG *.565 .481 .286 .610 .561 .667 .657 .609 *.671 .568 *.653 *.658 .596 .624 OBP .389 .341 .267 .403 .394 .439 .415 .430 *.431 .429 .462 *.443 .414 .426 E 19 3 0 20 11 4 10 14 6 8 6 13 4 96

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
Year Team 2006 DOM AVG .286 G 7 AB 21 R 5 H 6 2B 3B HR 0 0 1 RBI SH 3 0 SF HBP 0 1 BB IBB 7 0 SO SB CS GDP 1 0 0 0 SLG OBP .429 .483 E 0

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield PCT .994 1.000 .938 --.977 G 1189 1 96 1 309 PO 10719 1 65 0 499 A 987 0 177 0 17 E 68 0 16 0 12 TC 11774 1 258 0 528 DP 1088 0 23 0 0

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2001 STL vs. ARI 2002 STL vs. ARI 2004 STL vs. LA 2005 STL vs. SD 2006 STL vs. SD 2009 STL vs. LA D.S. TOTALS AVG .111 .300 .333 .556 .333 .300 .299 G 5 3 4 3 4 3 22 AB 18 10 15 9 15 10 77 R 1 3 4 4 3 0 15 H 2 3 5 5 5 3 23 2B 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 3B HR 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 RBI SH 2 0 3 0 5 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 16 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 2 0 3 0 3 0 4 3 1 0 3 3 16 6 SO SB CS GDP 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 8 0 0 5 SLG .278 .500 .733 .778 .600 .300 .519 OBP .200 .462 .444 .692 .375 .462 .419 E 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

*Rawlings Gold Glove winner in 2006 & 2010 Note: Led N.L. first basemen in PO (1458), TC (1619), assists (157), DP (146), Fpct (.998) in 2010. Led N.L. first basemen and set MLB record (185) in assists in 2009. Set club record with 21 putouts at first on 6/23/09 at NYM. Led N.L. first basemen in PO (1473), TC (1671) and DP (150) in 2009. Led N.L. first basemen in PO (1597), TC (1708), DP (175) and errors (14) in 2005. Led N.L. first basemen in PO (1458), TC (1582) and DP (136) in 2004.

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2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, twice. Last: 6/23 at Toronto. Most Runs: 4, twice. Last: 5/30 at Chicago Cubs. Most 2Bs: 2, twice. Last: 5/12 vs. Houston. Most HRs: 3, 5/30 at Chicago Cubs. Most RBI: 5, 6/29 vs. Arizona. Most BBs: 4, 4/17 vs. New York Mets. Most SBs: 2, twice. Last: 6/2 vs. Cincinnati. Longest Hitting Streak: 11 games, 4/25-5/6.

NICK PUNTO
CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 5, four times. Last: 7/26/08 at New York Mets. Most Runs: 4, six times. Last: 5/30/10 at Chicago Cubs. Most 2Bs: 3, 8/11/06 at Pittsburgh. Most HRs: 3, four times. Last: 5/30/10 at Chicago Cubs. Most RBI: 7, twice. Last: 4/11/09 vs. Houston. Most BBs: 4, three times. Last: 4/17/10 vs. New York Mets. Most SBs: 2, four times. Last: 6/2/10 vs. Cincinnati. Longest Hitting Streak: 30 games, 7/12-8/16/03. Longest Hitless Streak: 0-17, 7/4-7/01. Grand Slams: 11. Last: 8/4/09 at New York Mets (Green). Game-Ending HR’s: 8. Last: 8/29/09 vs. Washington (Bergmann). Pinch HR’s: 2. Last: 9/5/09 at Pittsburgh (Capps).

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Full Name: Nicholas Paul Punto Height: 5-9 Weight: 190 Bats: Both Throws: Right Born: 11/8/77 at San Diego, California Opening Day Age: 33 M.L. Service: 8.051 Became Cardinal: Signed as a free agent on January 21, 2011. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by St. Louis Cardinals in 13th round (402nd player overall) of the June 1999 free-agent draft. • On St. Louis disabled list (right oblique strain), June 4-21, 2006. • On St. Louis disabled list (left calf strain), June 11-25, 2008.

INFIELDER
2010 SEASON: • Played 48 games at third base (38 starts), 31 games at shortstop (31 starts) and 12 games at second base (8 starts). • Started the season as the Twins Opening Day third baseman 4/5 at Los Angeles (AL). • Did not commit an error in 122 chances at third base making him the first player since Wayne Garrett of the Montreal Expos in 1977 to handle at least 100 chances at third base and not commit an error. • Batted .375 (3-8) with six RBI in bases loaded situations. • Recorded the first stolen base at Target Field, taking second off Jon Lester/Victor Martinez in the second inning, 4/12 vs. BOS. • Rapped out season-high three hits three times: 4/15 vs. Boston, 6/6 at Oakland and 7/25 at Baltimore. • Hit his first home run, 6/18 at Philadelphia...his first home run since 7/19/09, a span of 316 at-bats. • Batted .395 (15-for-38) with seven RBI in 12 games, collecting six multi-hit games, 6/6-19...finished the month batting .301 (25-for-83) with four doubles, seven RBI, 10 runs scored and 13 walks in 27 June games. • Committed two errors in one inning, 6/10 vs. Kansas City...they were two of the three Twins errors made in that inning (first time since 2003)...his two errors were his first of the season and first since July 2009. • Placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring, 7/30-8/16...placed back on the 15-day disabled list, 8/20-9/10, missing 19 games with the same injury. • Drew 28 walks, despite playing in just 88 games for the Twins...his fewest number of games with the club since he appeared in 38 in 2004. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Made the Twins Opening Day roster as the starting shortstop...reached base four times in a Twins win, 4/11 at Chicago (AL) with two hits and two walks...placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right groin strain, 5/29...reinstated from the disabled list on 6/11...hit in six of his first seven games, 6/12-19, batting .450 (9-for-20) during that span...drew at least one walk (eight total) in six straight games 7/1-8...went 3-for-4 with his first home run 7/19 at TEX...finished the season as the Twins regular second baseman, batting .274 (23-for-84), with six doubles, 17 runs scored, nine RBI, 19 walks and seven stolen bases in 28 games from 9/5-10/6 while the Twins went 20-8 in those games... played in 126 games, 63 at second base (58 starts), 58 at shortstop (56 starts) and five at third base (three starts)...tied for second in the AL with 13 sacrifice hits...had the 12th-best plate appearances-per-walk ratio in the American League with 7.21 (minimum of 400 plate appearances). 2008 – Played in 98 games, including 60 at shortstop (59 starts), 26 at second base (23 starts) and 12 at third base (six starts)...went 2-for-5 with a double, triple and career-high five RBI on 5/7 at Chicago (AL)...disabled with strained left hamstring (retro to 5/8), 5/10-31...placed on 15-day disabled list with strained left hamstring for second time on 6/6...had 10-game hit-streak from 7/1-11 hitting .432 (16-for-37) with one home run and 10 RBI in that span...had four RBI and scored three runs on 7/4 vs. CLE, including his first home run of the season...recorded first threehit game on 7/10 at DET...hit .319 (23-for-72) with 11 RBI and eight runs in 19 July games...hit second home run of the season on 8/4 at SEA...had season-high 12-game hit-streak from 8/1224 hitting .423 (22-for-52) with three RBI and 10 runs scored and nine multi-hit games...played in his 600th career game, 9/17 at Cleveland...scored the winning run in a Twins 7-6, 10-inning victory over Chicago (AL) after drawing a one-out walk off Bobby Jenks...recorded back-to-back two hit games 9/27 & 28 vs. KC.

Albert Pujols had hit 408 home runs as a Cardinal at the start of the 2011 season, joining Stan Musial (475) as the only Cardinals to have reached the 400 home run plateau.

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2007 – Played 150 games, including 108 at third base (93 starts), 27 at shortstop (24 starts) and 25 at second base (18 starts)...had four-game hit-streak, going 6-for-16 (.375) with a double, triple and three RBI, 4/19-22...was 7-for-19 (.368) in four games, 4/275/1 ...had fifth career four-hit game 5/3 at TB...had season-high six-game hit-streak 5/13-20, going 8-for-20 (.400)...hit first home run since 8/25/06 with season-high three RBI 6/6 at LAA...hit safely in six of seven games 7/5-13 (8-for-24, .333)...hit safely in six consecutive games 7/18-23 hitting .350 (7-for-20)...had season-high seven-game hit-streak 9/14-21, going 12-for-25 (.480). 2006 – Played five different positions, including third base, shortstop, second base, left field and center field...appeared in a career-high 135 games, including 89 games (88 starts) at third base...established career-highs in virtually every offensive category....hit safely in eight consecutive games 5/5-18 batting .385 (10-for-26)...had a career-high 19-game hit-streak 7/4-28 recording a .400 average, 30-for-75 with 12 RBI and 12 runs scored. 2005 – Started 63 games at second base, 26 at third base, seven at shortstop and one in the outfield...had .982 fielding percentage (9 E, 494 TC)....tied for second on club in stolen bases...hit safely in five of six games 4/25-30 going 9-for-23 (.391)...had first career four-hit game 5/20 vs. MIL...hit in 13 straight 5/10-31, with a .375 average, going 20-for-56...placed on the disabled list with strained right hamstring, 6/3-7/3...placed on rehab assignment at Rochester 6/29...had second career four-hit game 7/7 at KC. 2004 – Spent two separate stints on the disabled list in his first season with Minnesota...disabled with a strained left oblique muscle, 5/11-6/30...hit his first career grand slam with a careerhigh four RBI 7/22 vs. TB...retruned to the disabled list for the remainder of the year with a broken right clavicle suffered 7/27. 2003 – Began the season with Philadelphia...optioned on 4/28 to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AAA)...had a 19-game hit-streak at Triple-A 5/1-8/23, going 29-for-86...recalled by Philly on 5/14...picked up first career RBI on 5/20 at NYM...hit first Major League homer off Steve Trachsel, 7/10 at NYM...optioned a second time on 8/16 and recalled 8/30...made 16 appearances at second base, nine at third base and seven at shortstop. 2002 – For the first time in his professional career began the season on a Major League roster, with Philadelphia, but spent most of the season at Triple-A...was named to the International League Post-season All-Star team...tied for IL lead in stolen bases and was second in walks...led all Phillies’ minor leaguers in walks...optioned to AAA on 4/14...was disabled with a strained left hamstring, 6/19-7/2...named the starting shortstop in TripleA All-Star Game 7/10 at Oklahoma City...recalled to Philadelphia on 9/7 and played in six games for the Phillies. 2001 – Made his Major League debut in September after spending the season at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AAA)...led Int.L in assists (398) and was third in stolen bases and walks...led league shortstops in games played...was disabled with inflammation in his right knee, 6/8-16...recorded a season-high five hits on 7/28 vs. Indianapolis...recalled to the Phillies roster on 9/1...made his Major League debut and singled off Bob Scanlan for first Major League hit on 9/9 at Montreal. 2000 – Played at Reading (AA) and led Eastern League shortstops in fielding percentage (.963)...was placed on the disabled list with strained left hamstring, 4/7-14...reached base safely in 33 consecutive games 6/17-7/28...hit in a season-high 12 straight, 6/24-7/7, going 16-for-52 (.308)...was disabled a second time with a laceration on his right hand, 8/31-9/12. 1999 – Played at Clearwater (A) and ranked third in the Florida State League in on-base percentage and T7th in batting...went 37-for-116 (.319) with runners in scoring position and 5-for-8 (.625) with the bases loaded during the year...named Phillies’ Minor League Player of the Week, 4/13-19...had a season-high 10-game hitting streak 5/3-12 (16-for-41, .390)...named Phillies’ Minor League Player of the Week a second time 5/19-25...had surgery to repair meniscus tear in his left knee on 7/20... tied a season-high with four hits and four RBI 8/31 at Dunedin. 1998 – Played at Batavia where he led the New York-Penn League shortstops in double plays (45)...was fourth in the league in at-bats, runs and walks...led all Phillies’ short-season minor leaguers in games and at-bats. MISC: Graduated in 1996 from Trabuco Hills (Calif.) High School...played collegiately at Saddleback (Calif.) Community College...his father, Lou, was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in 1967...was teammates with Cardinals pitcher Adam Ottavino on Team Italy during the 2009 World Baseball Classic...resides in Scottsdale, Ariz., with his wife, Natalie, and daughter, Nicole (5/30/08)... name is pronounced POON-toh.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 1998 Batavia 1999 Clearwater 2000 Reading 2001 Scranton-WB Philadelphia 2002 Philadelphia Scranton-WB 2003 Philadelphia Scranton-WB 2004 Minnesota Quad Cities# 2005 Minnesota Rochester# 2006 Minnesota 2007 Minnesota 2008 Minnesota Fort Myers# 2009 Minnesota 2010 Minnesota MINOR TOTALS A.L. TOTALS N.L. TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .247 .305 .254 .229 .400 .167 .271 .217 .315 .253 .438 .239 .200 .290 .210 .284 .250 .228 .238 .265 .248 .223 .247 G 72 106 121 123 4 9 115 64 25 38 4 112 4 135 150 99 3 125 88 573 747 77 824 AB 279 400 456 463 5 6 443 92 111 91 16 394 15 459 472 338 12 359 252 2195 2365 103 2468 R 51 65 77 57 0 0 74 14 19 17 4 45 2 73 53 43 0 56 24 349 311 14 325 H 2B 3B HR 69 9 4 1 122 18 6 1 116 15 4 5 106 19 5 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 120 12 5 1 20 2 0 1 35 7 1 0 23 0 0 2 7 1 0 1 94 18 4 4 3 1 0 0 133 21 7 1 99 18 4 1 96 19 4 2 3 0 0 0 82 15 1 1 60 11 1 1 581 82 25 10 587 102 21 12 23 2 0 1 610 104 21 13 RBI 20 48 47 39 0 0 29 4 9 12 6 26 1 45 25 28 1 38 20 200 194 4 198 SH 0 3 14 3 0 1 6 0 2 0 0 7 0 10 6 5 0 13 4 28 45 1 46 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 1 1 42 0 48 19 7 4 5 3 67 3 53 16 7 13 6 2 69 0 71 33 10 5 1 0 68 3 114 33 9 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 2 76 0 84 42 8 5 0 0 7 1 22 2 1 0 1 0 7 0 13 7 1 0 0 0 12 0 19 6 0 2 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 36 0 86 13 8 9 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 7 1 47 0 68 17 5 8 3 0 55 1 90 16 6 7 2 0 32 1 57 15 6 10 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 6 1 61 1 70 16 3 7 3 1 28 2 50 6 2 3 17 8 334 7 388 152 42 42 23 3 271 5 440 89 30 46 0 0 7 1 25 2 1 0 23 3 278 6 465 91 31 46 SLG .319 .388 .338 .298 .400 .167 .327 .272 .396 .319 .688 .335 .267 .373 .271 .382 .250 .284 .302 .338 .324 .272 .322 OBP E .347 27 .404 24 .351 20 .327 21 .400 0 .167 1 .378 19 .273 2 .353 4 .340 1 .500 0 .301 9 .294 2 .352 13 .291 13 .344 10 .308 0 .337 7 .313 8 .361 117 .323 61 .273 3 .321 64

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Year Team 2006 MIN vs. OAK 2009 MIN vs. NYY 2010 MIN vs. NYY D.S. TOTALS

AVG .167 .444 .286

G 3 3 6

AB 12 9 21

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
R 0 0 0 H 2 4 6 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 ELIGIBLE - DID NOT APPEAR 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

BB IBB 0 0 3 0 3 0

SO SB CS GDP 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

SLG OBP .167 .167 .556 .583 .333 .375

E 0 0 0

Position Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
PCT .983 .975 .974 1.000 G 252 285 257 11 PO 443 182 379 10 A 627 489 668 1 E 19 17 28 0 TC 1089 688 1075 11

DP 140 41 142 0

2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 3, three times. Last: 7/25 at Baltimore. Most Runs: 2, three times. Last: 6/29 vs. Detroit. Most 2Bs: 2, two times. Last: 7/25 at Baltimore. Most HRs: 1, 6/18 at Philadelphia. Most RBI: 3, 5/2 at Cleveland. Most BBs: 2, three times. Last: 6/29 vs. Detroit. Longest Hitting Streak: 4 games, three times. Last: 6/24-27.

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, five times. Last: 5/3/07 at Tampa Bay. Most Runs: 4, 7/31/06 vs. Texas. Most 2Bs: 2, seven times. Last: 7/25/10 at Baltimore. Most HRs: 1, 13 times. Last: 6/18/10 at Philadelphia. Most RBI: 5, 5/7/08 at Chicago White Sox. Most BBs: 3, five times. Last: 9/26/09 at Kansas City. Most SBs: 3, 8/15/05 at Chicago White Sox. Longest Hitting Streak: 19 games, 7/4-28/06. Grand Slams: 1, 7/22/04 vs. Tampa Bay (Colome).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 33rd round of the 1997 amateur draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 21st round (614th overall) of the June 1998 First Year Player Draft. • Aquired by Minnesota Twins along with RHP Carlos Silva and a player to be named later (RHP Bobby Korecky) for LHP Eric Milton, December 3, 2003. • On Minnesota disabled list (strained left oblique), May 11 to June 30, 2004; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Quad Cities (A), June 26-30. • On Minnesota disabled list (broken right clavicle), July 27 to end of season, 2004. • On Minnesota disabled list (strained right hamstring), June 3 to July 3, 2005; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Rochester (AAA), June 29 to July 3. • On Minnesota disabled list (strained left hamstring), May 8 to May 31, 2008. • On Minnesota disabled list (strained left hamstring), June 6 to June 24, 2008; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Fort Myers (A), June 19-24. • On Minnesota disabled list (right groin strain), May 28 to June 12, 2009. • On Minnesota disabled list (hip flexor strain), April 16 to May 1, 2010. • On Minnesota disabled list (strained left hamstring), July 29 to August 17, 2010. • On Minnesota disabled list (sore left hamstring), August 20 to September 10, 2010. • Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent, January 21, 2011.

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AVG .083

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
G 3 AB 12 R 0 H 1 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 RBI SH 1 0 SF HBP 0 1 BB IBB 2 0

SO SB CS GDP 1 0 0 0

SLG OBP .083 .267

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Full Name: Colby Ryan Rasmus Height: 6-2 Weight: 200 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 8/11/86 at Columbus, Georgia Opening Day Age: 24 (Turns 25 on August 11). M.L. Service: 2.000

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Completed his first season in the Majors by finishing among rookie leaders in most offensive categories...led all rookies in games played (147), finished 2nd in homers (16), 4th in RBI (52), runs (72), hits (119), doubles (22) and multi-hit games (32) and his 40 extra-base hits ranked 5th...had a team-high 104 starts in CF...led the team with five bunt singles...was just the sixth Cardinals rookie since 1954 to start 100 or more games in CF, joining Ray Lankford (‘91), Bake McBride (‘74), Curt Flood (‘58), Bill Virdon (‘55) and Wally Moon (‘54)...the last rookie to serve as primary CF for the Cardinals during a playoff season was Willie McGee in 1982...was the youngest Opening Day player (22 yrs) for the Cardinals since Albert Pujols (21 yrs) in 2001...hit a pair of walk-off HR’s...had key 2out game-tying single in 9th vs. LAD on 7/29 to send game to extra innings (15 inn. win). 2009 POSTSEASON – Started all three games in centerfield for St. Louis during the D.S. vs. LA...led the team with a .444 batting average (4-9) and had three doubles...walked, scored and doubled in Game 1 loss...doubled and singled in Game 2, driving in the then go-ahead run in the 7th with his double...walked and doubled in Game 3. 2008 – The Cards top prospect began his season at Triple-A Memphis, but suffered through an injury-plagued season...got off to a slow start, hitting just .210 in April and .218 in May before getting hot in June, producing a .337 month with four homers and 15 RBI...played in just one July game before he was placed on the DL on 7/8 with a strained right groin...briefly came off the DL on 7/18 but was returned back to the DL 7/23 with a sprained right knee...was reinstated from the disabled list on 8/28 and played in three games for Palm Beach (A)...was selected to both Futures Game and Team USA Olympic rosters, but did not play due to injury...named by Baseball America as the top prospect in Cardinals system and among all Triple-A players in the PCL. 2007 – Spent the entire season at Double-A Springfield and was named the Cardinals Minor League Player of the Year for a second-straight season...became just the second Cardinal farmhand to win back-to-back Minor League Player of the Year awards since the award’s inception in 1995 (John Gall, 2002-03)... was named to the First Team Minor League All-Star team as an outfielder and to the Double-A All Star team by Baseball America and was also named to Topps’ Double-A All-Star team...his 29 homers and 93 runs scored led the Texas League, as did his .551 slugging pct...collected 37 doubles, 3rd among all Texas Leaguers while his 69 extra-base hits ranked first...selected to play in the Texas League AllStar Game where he was the starting centerfielder and singled, walked and scored a run in the game.... was also named to the Texas League Post-Season All-Star Team...joined teammate C Bryan Anderson at the Futures

Game during Major League All-Star break in San Francisco...selected to the Team USA roster that won the gold medal in the 2007 Baseball Federation World Cup in Chinese Taipei...was one of three players named as the tournament’s Best Three Outfielders...during the World Cup games, led the USA team with 13 hits, batting .382 (1334) overall and played in all 10 games, also a team high, and also played the most innings of any team member (78.0)...named to the TOPPS /Minor League Baseball Double-A All-Star Team...named the Texas League Payer of the Month for May (.340, 8HR, 24RBI) and August (.365, 12 HR, 17RBI)...was a three-time Player of the Week for the Texas League, including back-to-back weeks in August (8/13-19 & 8/20-26)...was named Texas League Player of the Week from 5/28-6/3 when he hit .450 (920)...Baseball America named Colby as the Best Defensive Outfielder in the Texas League, the Most Exciting Player and possessing the Best Outfield arm in the League. 2006 – The Cardinals top prospect climbed to High-A ball in his second professional season en route to being named Cardinals Minor League Player of the Year...led all Cardinals farmhands with 85 RBI and his 28 stolen bases ranked third among STL minor leaguers...selected to play in the Midwest League All-Star Game held in Quad Cities on 6/20 where he doubled and had a pair of hits in his start in RF and was the only player on the West side to have two hits...posted a .330 (33-for-100) batting average in May, earning Cardinals Minor League Player of the Month honors...was promoted to Palm Beach on 7/3. 2005 – Appeared in 62 games at Johnson City (R)...his .514 slugging percentage ranked 2nd-best among the Cardinals 2005 draft class...47 runs scored ranked 4thmost in the Appalachian League...collected five triples, tied for 3rd in both the Appy League and STL minor league system. MISC: Graduated from Russell County High School...helped lead his high school to the National Championship his senior year (2005)...also pitched in high school and was clocked at 91 mph off the mound...broke Bo Jackson’s Alabama state single-season record with 24 home runs...his Little League team won the U.S. championship at the 1999 Little League World Series -- lost the overall championship 5-0 to Hirakata, Osaka, Japan...brother Cory (RHP) was the 38th overall pick in the supplemental round of the 2006 draft by the Atlanta Braves...father Tony was a 10th-round draft pick of the Angels in January 1986 and is the coach of Russell County HS...Colby was named the Cardinals top prospect in 2007, 2008 and 2009 by Baseball America...resides in Phenix City, Alabama with his fiancé Megan, and daughter Rylee.

OUTFIELDER
CAREER: • Holds the highest slugging percentage (.451) among qualifying centerfielders who had fewer than 1,000 at-bats over the past two seasons. • His 37 HR as a centerfielder over the past two seasons ranks 6th in MLB among those playing the position. • His 11 intentional walks as a centerfielder ranks 3rd in the last two seasons. • Ranks 1st among MLB centerfielders in defensive zone rating (.906) over the last two seasons. 2010 SEASON: • Set a career high in almost every offensive category in his second full season in the Majors. • Hit first career grand slam on his 24th birthday (8/11 at CIN) becoming the fifth player (3rd Cardinal) in MLB history to hit his first grand slam on his birthday. • Hit a 483-foot home run at KC (6/27), the longest by any N.L. player in 2010. • Recorded his second career multi-HR game 9/9 at ATL tying his career high in hits (4) and RBI (4). • His 12 stolen bases ranked 2nd on the team (Pujols, 14) and his 23 home runs ranked 3rd on the Cardinals. • Walked 63 times, ranking 3rd on the team, after drawing 36 walks his rookie year. • Named National League Player of the Week (5/31-6/6), batting .500 w/3 HR & 9 RBI. • Tied for the team lead with three triples. • Sat out 13 games with a strained right calf (8/15-8/30). • Walked a career high four times 8/13 vs. CHI and scored a career high four runs on 9/17 vs. SD. • Hit nine home runs in the month of June, tying for second best in the NL. • Ranked 9th in the NL with a .306 road batting average. • Batted .323 in September, setting a monthly high with 32 hits (T5th in NL). • Was 6-for-13 (.462) as a pinch-hitter with a home run and 4 RBI. His pinch-hit homer on 6/22 at TOR was first of his career. • Had a solid .321 BA (10-31) in 0-2 counts, ranking 2nd in N.L. (4th, MLB). • Led Cardinals outfielders with seven fielding gems. • His .358 BA off balls in play in 2010 was 7th-best single-season mark for a Cardinal since 1985 and best since Jim Edmonds’ .382 BABIP in 2002.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2005 Johnson City 2006 Quad Cities Palm Beach 2007 Springfield 2008 Memphis GCL Cards# Palm Beach 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS *Led league.
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AVG .296 .310 .254 .275 .251 .556 .000 .251 .276 .277 .263

G 62 78 53 128 90 3 3 147 144 417 291

AB 216 303 193 472 331 9 9 474 464 1533 938

R 47 49 22 *93 56 1 1 72 85 269 157

H 64 94 49 130 83 5 0 119 128 425 247

2B 16 22 4 37 15 1 0 22 28 95 50

3B HR 5 7 3 11 5 5 3 *29 0 11 0 1 0 0 2 16 3 23 16 64 5 39

RBI SH 27 1 50 3 35 0 72 0 36 3 2 0 0 0 52 5 66 2 222 7 118 7

SF HBP BB IBB 3 3 21 2 3 3 29 2 2 3 27 3 2 12 70 0 3 1 49 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 36 3 4 1 63 9 13 23 200 10 6 4 99 12

SO 73 55 35 108 72 2 3 95 148 348 243

SB CS GDP SLG OBP 13 3 0 .514 .362 17 5 2 .512 .373 11 3 3 .404 .351 18 3 2 *.551 .381 15 3 7 .396 .346 0 0 0 1.000 .667 0 0 0 .000 .182 3 1 5 .407 .307 12 8 5 .498 .361 74 17 14 .485 .366 15 9 10 .452 .334

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Full Name: Adam James Reifer Height: 6-2 Weight: 195 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 6/3/86 at San Dimas, California Opening Day Age: 24 (Turns 25 on June 3) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in 11th round (352nd overall) of the June 2007 free-agent draft Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

DIVISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2009 STL vs. LA AVG .444 G 3 AB 9 R 1 H 4 2B 3B HR 3 0 0 RBI SH 1 0 SF HBP 0 0 BB IBB 2 0 SO SB CS GDP 1 0 0 1 SLG OBP .778 .545 E 0

PITCHER
2010 SEASON: • Pitched 52 games last season with all but one at Springfield (AA). Earned a win in relief in his first and only appearance at Memphis (AAA) on 9/6, the day he was promoted from Springfield. • Appeared in four Pacific Coast League playoff games allowing one run over four innings (2.25 ERA) with five strikeouts. • Was a combined 4-1 with a 2.95 ERA in 52 appearances for the year and 17 saves in 19 opportunities. • Ranked T2nd in the Texas League in saves (17) and T4th in appearances (51), holds (8) and games finished (33). • Ran off 13 consecutive scoreless appearances from 5/5-6/11 (14.0 IP, 7 H, 13 K) earning him the closer position for the rest of the season at Springfield. • Named to the Texas League North All-Star team, threw a scoreless sixth inning while striking out two batters. • Has pitched in the All-Star Game at every level since turning pro in 2008. • Struck out three batters (tying his career high) five times, and worked 2.0 innings three times marking his career high in IP. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Was the primary closer for Palm Beach (A), appearing in 54 games comvering 48.1 innings...selected to the Florida State League All-Star Game for the South squad, making a relief appearance in the 8th inning and retired both batters faced...led the FSL in appearances (54) and games finished (45), while finishing second in saves (21)...had a strong August going 1-1 with a 2.70 ERA and converted 7-of-10 save opportunities...posted a solid reverse split holding opposing LH batters to a .232 BA with zero home runs...pitched for the Suprise Rafters in the Arizona Fall League and was 0-0 with a 7.59 ERA in 11 appearances. Seven of his last eight app. in the AFL were scoreless. 2008 – Was the closer for the 2008 New York-Penn League Championship Batavia squad...his 32 appearances and 29 games finished were tops in the league...ranked 2nd in the NY-P with 22 saves and 68 relief pitcher points...held opponents to a .162 (18111) BA...recorded the win in the NY-Penn League All-Star Game, allowing a hit while fanning two in 1.0 inning pitched... recorded first professional win in his second relief appearance, coming vs. MHV (6/20), throwing a scoreless inning with two strikeouts in a 3-2 walk-off win in 11 innings...converted 12 straight save opportunities from 6/24-7/31...ranked by Baseball America as the 3rd-best prospect, and top pitcher, in the NY-Penn League. 2007 – Did not pitch due to right elbow strain. MISC: Played college baseball at UC-Riverside...was a member of the 2007 Big West Championship team which produced fellow Cardinals minor leaguer Joe Kelly along with Dan Runzler of the Giants and Marc Rzepczynski of the Blue Jays...pitched in the Cape Cod League for the Hyannis Mets during the summer of 2006...resides in Riverside, CA....name is pronounced RY-fer.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Outfield PCT .980 G 269 PO 536 A 4 E 11 TC 551 DP 1

2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, 9/9 at Atlanta. Most Runs: 4, two times. Last: 9/17 vs. San Diego. Most 2Bs: 2, 7/9/10 at Houston. Most HRs: 2, two times. Last: 9/9 at Atlanta. Most RBI: 4, two times. Last: 9/9 at Atlanta. Most BBs: 4, 8/13 vs. Chicago Cubs. Longest Hitting Streak: 8 games, 7/4-16.

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 4,two times. Last: 9/9/10 at Atlanta. Most Runs: 4, two times. Last: 9/17/10 vs. San Diego. Most 2Bs: 2, two times. Last: 7/9/10 at Houston. Most HRs: 2, two times. Last: 9/9/10 at Atlanta. Most RBI: 4, two times. Last: 9/9/10 at Atlanta. Most BBs: 4, 8/13/10 vs. Chicago Cubs. Longest Hitting Streak: 10 games, 6/1-6/11/09. Game Ending HR: 2. Last: 8/16/09 vs. San Diego (Bell) Grand Slams: 1. Last: 8/11/10 at Cincinnati (Arroyo). Pinch HR’s: 1. Last:6/22/10 at Toronto (Frasor).

COMPLETE RECORD
Batavia 2-1 2.97 *32 Palm Beach 4-7 4.47 *54 Springfield 3-1 3.00 51 Memphis 1-0 0.00 1 MINOR TOTALS 10-9 3.50 138 * Led League. + Tied for League Lead Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 Team W-L ERA G GS CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GF SHO SV IP H R DID NOT PITCH DUE TO INJURY 29 0 22 30.1 18 14 *45 0 21 48.1 51 28 33 0 17 54.0 53 18 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 107 0 60 133.2 122 60 ER 10 24 18 0 52 HR HBP 2 2 2 0 6 3 6 3 0 12 BB IBB 15 24 15 1 55 0 1 1 0 2 SO WP 41 50 52 0 143 3 3 3 0 9 BK 0 1 1 0 2 BA .162 .270 .252 .000 .238

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SHANE ROBINSON
Full Name: Shane Michael Robinson Height: 5-9 Weight: 160 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 10/30/84 at Tampa, Florida Opening Day Age: 26 M.L. Service: 0.014 Became Cardinal: Selected in 5th round (166th overall) of the June 2006 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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Year Team AVG 2006 Quad Cities .282 2007 Palm Beach .253 GCL Cardinals# .182 2008 Springfield .352 Memphis .220 2009 Memphis .238 ST. LOUIS .240 2010 Memphis .279 MINOR TOTALS .271 MAJOR TOTALS .240 G 63 43 4 63 42 100 11 26 341 11 AB 252 166 11 244 141 345 25 86 1245 25 R H 41 71 22 42 1 2 46 86 10 31 46 82 1 6 9 24 175 338 1 6 2B 9 6 0 17 4 18 1 5 54 1 3B HR 2 0 1 3 0 0 3 4 1 1 3 5 0 0 0 2 10 15 0 0 RBI SH 21 1 13 3 1 0 32 3 10 2 40 8 1 0 13 3 130 20 1 0 SF HBP 2 6 3 2 1 0 4 3 2 1 4 8 1 0 1 0 17 20 1 0 BB IBB SO 20 1 20 16 0 16 2 0 1 17 0 34 5 0 24 28 0 42 0 0 2 7 0 13 95 1 150 0 0 2 SB CS GDP 13 3 9 14 4 4 0 0 0 13 5 4 2 3 3 16 3 14 1 0 1 3 3 5 61 21 39 1 0 1 SLG .333 .355 .182 .496 .284 .351 .280 .407 .371 .280 OBP .346 .321 .286 .396 .248 .306 .231 .330 .329 .231 E 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 8 0

# Injury Rehabilitation Assignment.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Outfielder PCT 1.000 G 7 PO 6 A 0 E 0 TC 6 DP 0

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OUTFIELDER
CAREER HIGHS Most Hits: 2, 5/16/09 vs. Milwaukee. Most Runs: 1, 5/14/09 at Pittsburgh. Most 2Bs: 1, 5/10/09 at Cincinnati. Most RBI: 1, 5/14/09 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 5 games, 5/10-16/09.

2010 SEASON: • Played 26 games, starting 25 in centerfield at Memphis (AAA), before dislocating his left-shoulder on 5/8 sidelining him for the rest of the season. • Batted .476 (10-21, 2 HR, 12 RBI) with runners in scoring position and .500 (6-12) w/RISP and 2 outs. • Committed one error in 66 total chances for a .985 fielding percentage, while registering one outfield assist. • Smacked left-handed pitchers at a .458 clip (11-24). • Knocked in a run in seven of his last nine games before season-ending surgery on his left shoulder (5/8). • Rated as the “Best Defensive Outfielder” in the Cardinals organization for the second consecutive season by Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Started the season in Memphis (AAA), but was called up on 5/7 vs. PIT making his Major League debut...played 11 games before getting optioned back to Memphis on 5/20...batted .240 (6-25) while playing mostly in right and center field for STL...recorded first ML hit, a pinch-hit double, off Jared Burton at CIN (5/10)...went 2-for-4 with first ML stolen base vs. MIL on 5/16, culminating a five-game hitting streak (6-16, .375) from 5/10-16...played in100 games at Memphis, starting 96 in center field...missed time from 4/28-5/5 with a cyst on his right shin...tied for team lead with eight sac hits, third in stolen bases (16), fourth in doubles (18) and fifth in runs (46) and hits (82)...totaled secondbest RBI mark knocking home five runs at SLC (8/6) including first pro grand slam off Francisco Rodriguez...recorded the ninth best average (.333, 7-21) in the AAA playoffs, including hits in six of seven playoff games...listed as “Best Defensive Outfielder” in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. 2008 – Played in 105 games between Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA)...named Cardinals organizational Player of the Month for April (.410 avg, 32-78)...honored as Texas League Player-of-the-Week (5/5-11) batting .652 (15-23) with four doubles ...selected to the Texas League All-Star Game but did not appear due to recall to Memphis...placed on the D.L. from 7/25-8/15 with a strained right oblique...went without a hit for six games (7/188/17), the first time in his career without a hit for more than a three-game stretch...appeared in 26 games for the Peoria Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League and batted .280 (30-107) while leading the team in runs (27) and at-bats (107)...had two HRs and 24 RBI and tied for 3rd in the AFL with eight stolen bases. 2007 - Foot injury limited him to 47 games between Palm Beach (A) and a rehab stint at Gulf Coast...recorded hits in 35 of 43 games at Palm Beach...was 3rd on the squad w/14 stolen bases. 2006 - Played in 63 games at Quad Cities (A) following the draft...recorded hits in 47 of 63 games...put together a Midwest League best 21-game hitting streak from 7/2-26 (32-86, .372)... only committed one error in 146 TC to lead outfielders (.993) and finished second on the team with five outfield assists. MISC: Graduated from Tampa (Fla.) Jesuit High School in 2002, the same high school to produce manager Lou Piniella, Brad Radke, Jason Michaels and Dave Magadan...lettered all four years in both baseball and football and was recruited by Duke and Stanford for football...Jesuit retired his No. 3 in football...was named first team all-state in baseball and football his junior and senior seasons...played college baseball for Florida State and started all 202 games during his career and is the only player in FSU history to steal 100 bases over his time there...compiled a 40-game hitting streak at FSU (T8th all-time NCAA) in 2005, snapping J.D. Drew’s school record of 34 - Florida’s House of Representatives passed a resolution recognizing the streak...that same year led the NCAA in runs scored (96) and was the first player in school history to have 100 hits and steal 40 bases in the same season...named 2005 National Player of the Year...played for Team USA in 2005...hobbies include fishing and music... resides in Atlanta, Ga., with his wife, Jessica...the couple was married this past November.

Cardinals pitchers keep a watchful eye on their teammates during spring training as they throw batting practice.

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FERNANDO SALAS
Full Name: Noel Fernando Salas Height: 6-2 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 5/30/85 at Huatabampo, Mexico Opening Day Age: 25 (Turns 26 on May 30) M.L. Service: 0.087 Became Cardinal: Purchased from the Saltillo Saraperos of the Mexican League on February 23, 2007. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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COMPLETE RECORD
Team Palm Beach Springfield Memphis GCL Cardinals# Springfield 2010 Memphis ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS Year 2007 2008 2009 W-L 2-3 7-3 3-2 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 14-8 0-0 ERA G 5.26 16 3.65 *60 3.67 24 0.00 1 3.18 10 3.79 34 3.52 27 3.97 145 3.52 27 GS CG SHO 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 GF 2 37 10 0 1 24 11 74 11 SV IP 0 39.1 *25 74.0 0 27.0 0 1.0 0 11.1 19 35.2 0 30.2 44 188.1 0 30.2 H 39 65 22 0 10 26 28 162 28 R 25 31 12 0 5 15 13 88 13 ER 23 30 11 0 4 15 12 83 12 HR HBP 12 3 12 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 4 0 30 7 4 0 BB IBB 10 1 16 2 10 0 0 0 2 0 9 0 15 2 47 3 15 2 SO WP 25 2 100 2 24 3 1 0 7 1 44 2 29 2 201 10 29 2 BK 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 BA .260 .236 .220 .000 .244 .208 .241 .233 .241

* Led League. # Injury Rehabilitation Assignment.
BIOS BIOS

2010 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS Most IP: 2.0, six times. Last: 10/3/10 vs. Colorado. Most Strikeouts: 3, two times. Last: 10/3/10 vs. Colorado. Most Walks: 3, 9/28/10 vs. Pittsburgh. Most Runs Allowed: 3, 9/18/10 vs. San Diego. Most Hits Allowed: 4, 9/18/10 vs. San Diego. Most HRs Allowed: 1, four times. Last: 10/3/10 vs. Colorado. Longest Winning Streak: N/A Longest Losing Streak: N/A Longest Scoreless Streak: 6.1, 5/28-6/29/10.

PITCHER
2010 SEASON: • Appeared in 27 games during his rookie campaign with St. Louis totalling 30.2 innings pitched. • Began the year at Memphis (AAA) and was recalled to STL six times throughout the year. • Made Major League debut 5/28 at CHI and threw a scoreless inning in a 7-1 win. • Was perfect in his first three appearances, unscored upon in his first five. • Blew his only save opportunity of season, allowing three runs to tie the game 9/18 vs. SD. • Had eight appearances of five outs or more, six appearances of 2.0 IP. • Held opposing batters to a .185 BA pre-All Star break and .258 post All-Star break. • Posted a 1.93 ERA on the road (4 ER/18.2 IP) in 15 appearances...also had a 1.93 road ERA in Memphis in 18 app. (4 ER/18.2 IP) • Appeared in 34 games at Memphis with a 1-0 record and a 3.79 ERA, fanning 44 batters with just 9 walks. • Was a perfect 19-for-19 in save opportunities in Memphis (AAA), ranking 3rd in the Pacific Coast League. • Ran off 21 consecutive scoreless appearances from 5/3-7/17 in Memphis (21.2 IP, 8 H, 27 K). • Named PCL Pitcher of the Week (7/5-11). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Appeared in 35 games despite injuries straining his right thumb (4/9-30) and a right shoulder strain (6/4-7/9)...combined to go 4-2 with a 3.43 ERA and 32 K in 39.1 IP between Memphis (AAA), Springfield (AA) and Gulf Coast (R)...began and finished the season at Memphis (AAA), making 24 appearances sporting a 3-2 record with a 3.67 ERA in 27.0 IP...had one bad outing allowing four earned runs before injury (6/3)- without that game, ERA drops to 1.81...finished the season with 10 consecutive scoreless appearances (11.2 IP, 6 H, 4 BB, 13 K), stranding all six inherited runners...made 10 relief appearances from 7/10 to 8/2 in Springfield (AA), recording a win and seven scoreless outings...made one rehab app. in the Gulf Coast League. 2008 – Played with Double-A Springfield where he became the team’s closer in May and converted a league high 25 saves in a league-leading 60 games pitched...was one of seven pitchers in all of minors to make 60 or more appearances (J. Motte had 63)...his 25 saves led the Texas League and 37 games finished ranked 3rd...recorded 100 K’s, which led his Springfield team and ranked 12th in the Texas League and his SO/9 IP (12.16) led the League among relief pitchers...walked only 16 in 74.0 IP...lefthanders hit just .226 (21-93) off Salas while righties hit .240 (44-183)...was the organization’s Minor League pitcher of the Month for May when he had a 1.23 ERA in 14.2 IP, converting five saves and striking out 28 while walking only two...was selected for the All-Stars Futures game in New York during July and pitched a scoreless 7th inning for the World team during the World’s 3-0 shutout over Team U.S.A....was named to the Texas League post-season All-Star team...named by Baseball America as one of top-20 prospects in the Texas League...pitched seven games for Venados de Mazatlan during Mexican Winter League. 2007 – Played May and June at High-A Palm Beach where he pitched 39.1 innings in 16 games...was loaned to Saraperos de Saltillo of the Mexican League where he played in just three games...during the Winter League for Venados de Mazatlan was 1-1 with 3 saves and a 2.95 ERA, fanning 14 vs. three walks. MISC: Resides in Huatabampo, Mexico.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Purchased from the Saltillo Saraperos, February 23, 2007. • Loaned to Saltillo Saraperos of the Mexican League, June 29, 2007. • Returned to St. Louis Cardinals from Saltillo Saraperos, September 18, 2007.

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FRANCISCO SAMUEL
Full Name: Francisco Antonio Samuel Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 12/20/86 at San Pedro de Macoris, DR Opening Day Age: 24 M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Signed as a non-drafted free agent, June 13, 2006. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

FRANCISCO SAMUEL
COMPLETE RECORD
Team DSL Cardinals GCL Cardinals Quad Cities Palm Beach 2009 Springfield 2010 Palm Beach Springfield Memphis MINOR TOTALS * Led League. Year 2006 2007 2008 W-L 1-3 0-4 2-0 4-6 3-4 0-0 2-0 1-0 13-17 ERA G 7.56 11 9.53 13 1.23 5 3.04 54 5.66 52 0.00 3 3.63 22 4.63 13 5.20 173 GS CG SHO GF 4 0 0 1 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 48 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 8 10 0 0 115 SV IP 0 16.2 0 34.0 1 7.1 *29 56.1 22 47.2 1 3.0 6 22.1 0 11.2 59 199.0 H 24 43 4 39 36 1 18 8 173 R 19 *42 3 20 33 0 12 8 137 ER 14 36 1 19 30 0 9 6 115 HR HBP BB IBB 0 3 19 0 2 5 *35 0 0 0 5 0 3 4 48 2 2 7 46 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 16 0 0 0 18 0 10 22 188 2 SO WP 17 6 40 15 9 2 85 10 59 9 6 0 27 4 10 4 253 50 BK 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 5 BA .364 .309 .154 .196 .208 .111 .217 .190 .235

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2010 SEASON: • Made 38 appearances spanning three levels: Palm Beach (A) - 3 games, Springfield (AA) - 22 & Memphis (AAA) -13. • Posted a 3-0 record with a 3.65 ERA and averaged over a strikeout per inning with 43 in 37.0 total innings. • Nailed down seven of eight save opportunities with six coming in Springfield. • Made three scoreless appearances with a save for Palm Beach before promotion to Springfield on 5/4. • Recorded 17 of 22 scoreless appearances in Springfield including four consecutive scoreless saves before promotion to AAA. • Held opposing batters to a .190 BA in Memphis and did not allow a home run in 13 appearances. • Made one appearance in the Pacific Coast League playoffs striking out both batters he faced. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Spent the entire season in Springfield (AA) ranking second in the Texas League in saves (22) & third in games finished (37) ...ranked second in the Cardinals organization with 22 saves, seventh with 11.14 strikeouts per nine innings pitched and tied for seventh in appearances (52)...allowed only one inherited runner to score out of 11...was moved to a set-up position in late July, compiling a 1.59 ERA in 11.1 innings and 16 strikeouts in the eighth inning...converted first five save opportunities of the season (4/14-23) and had a stretch of four consecutive saves in a six day period (6/4-11) allowing just one hit and two baserunners... selected to pitch in the Futures Game at Busch Stadium for the World Team...pitched 0.1 of an inning, surrendering two runs, two walks and a home run (Eric Young, Jr.)...selected to the Texas League All-Star North roster...appeared in the 7th inning, throwing a perfect frame while fanning two...a right hip strain caused him to miss final 12 games of the season (8/279/14) plus the playoffs. 2008 – Was a combined 6-6 with 30 saves at Quad Cities (A) and Palm Beach (A)...appeared in five April games for Quad Cities before being promoted to Palm Beach. Allowed just one earned run in 7.1 IP at QC, that coming in his last game, a 2.0 inning outing...became the closer at Palm Beach on 5/16 with his first save and nailed down a Florida State League co-leading 29 saves over 54 games pitched (3rd in the league)...finished out 48 games for the Cards, ranking 2nd in the League...led the Palm Beach staff with 85 K’s...his 13.58 strikeout per 9.0 IP (relief) ranked 2nd in the FSL...was named as a post-season All-Star for the Florida State League...had eight saves (0-1 record) in August with a 1.42 ERA over 13 games (2ER, 12.2 IP, 15K,12BB)...went 13 outings from 5/10-6/4 without allowing an earned run (14.0 IP, 1R)...was named 18th best prospect in FSL by Baseball America. 2007 – Played his first season in the U.S. in the Gulf Coast League...appeared in 13 games and made six starts...ranked 1st in the GCL with 35 walks and 42 runs allowed...fanned six batters in 3.2 IP in season debut 6/21 vs. GCL Marlins. 2006 – Signed with the Cardinals on 6/13 and played with the organization’s Dominican League entry...made four starts in his 11 apps...his ERA inflated due to a 7-run, 3.1 IP start on 8/2. MISC: Resides in San Pedro de Marcoris, Dominican Republic.

The Budweiser Clydesdales are an annual tradition in St. Louis, making appearances on Opening Day and special occasions.

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EDUARDO SANCHEZ
Full Name: Eduardo Nazareth Sanchez Height: 5-11 Weight: 170 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 2/16/89 at Maracay, Venezuela Opening Day Age: 22 M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 12/26/05. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

EDUARDO SANCHEZ
COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2006 VSL Cardinals 2007 GCL Cardinals Johnson City 2008 Quad Cities 2009 Palm Beach Springfield 2010 Springfield Memphis MINOR TOTALS W-L 1-2 0-1 2-1 5-1 0-1 2-0 1-1 0-0 11-7 ERA G 8.71 19 1.50 7 1.17 12 2.86 24 1.44 19 2.70 41 3.12 24 1.67 26 3.19 172 GS CG SHO 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 GF 8 6 9 9 9 19 19 10 89 SV IP 0 31.0 3 6.0 5 15.1 1 56.2 3 25.0 10 50.0 11 26.0 3 27.0 36 237.0 H 47 2 8 40 12 32 22 19 182 R 33 2 2 23 4 16 13 7 100 ER 30 1 2 18 4 15 9 5 84 HR HBP BB IBB 3 7 24 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 3 0 1 8 25 0 2 3 5 0 4 4 20 0 2 2 8 0 2 2 12 1 14 26 103 1 SO WP 38 6 7 0 22 3 55 3 26 1 56 4 27 2 31 8 262 27 BK 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 BA .351 .100 .154 .209 .146 .187 .232 .200 .217

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2010 SEASON: • Began the season at Springfield (AA) where he played in 24 games and was 11-for-13 in save opportunities before being promoted to Memphis (AAA) on 6/24. • Was 3-for-3 in save opportunities in 26 games at Memphis. • Allowed just one earned run at Springfield in his first 15 games pitched (18.1 IP, 11 H, 18 K) and finished the regular season at Memphis on a 14-game streak without an earned run allowed (16.1 IP, 10 H, 21 K). • Ranked in the Top 10 of all Cardinals minor leaguers with 50 games pitched (9th) and 14 saves (8th). • Held right handed batters to a combined .157 BA (17-for-108) between Springfield and Memphis. • Registered an ERA of just 0.73 in 12.1 IP at Springfield in April. • Slammed the door on opposing batters at both Springfield and Memphis as they combined to hit just .125 (7-for-56) with runners in scoring position. • Tied for the league lead with four playoff appearances. • Took the loss in the final game (game three) of the PCL championship series vs. Tacoma as he allowed four runs on four hits in one inning pitched. Prior to that game he had not allowed a run in three games (4.0 IP) in the PCL playoffs. • Struck out a season-high four batters twice, once at Iowa (8/22) in 2.0 IP and once at Omaha (9/5) in 1.2 IP. • Pitched for Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League. • Ranked the seventh-best prospect in the Cardinals minor league system by Baseball America. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Began the season at Palm Beach (A) and pitched in 19 games before being promoted to Springfield (AA)...led all Cardinals minor leaguers with 60 appearances and his 75.0 IP were the second most (Ramon Delagado) by any Cardinals pitcher who did not make a start...registered 16 consecutive scoreless appearances from 7/16 to 8/17 (19.2 IP)...made three appearances for Aragua of the Venezuelan Winter League (01, 7.36 ERA) over 3.2 IP...rated as the sixth-best prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America. 2008 – Began the season as a starter in Quad Cities (A), but finished with 15 relief appearances and one save...was 3-0 with a 2.21 ERA as a reliever in 36.2 IP and 2-1, 4.05 ERA as a starter...held RH batters to a .198 (16-81) average. 2007 - Made 19 relief apperances between the Gulf Coast League (R) and Johnson City (R)...combined to go 2-2 with a 1.27 ERA with 17 of 19 scoreless appearences...struck out 29 batters in 21.1 IP and stranded nine out of 10 inherited runners...opposing batters hit a mere .139 against...nearly flawless in the GCL with six of seven scoreless appearances for three saves in four opp. and seven strikeouts in six innings...held opposing RH batters to an .056 average (1-18) in the GCL...nailed down all five save opportunities...made 11 scoreless appearances out of 12 and recorded at least one strikeout in every apperance...held opposing RH batters to a .132 average (5-38) while with Quad Cities. 2006 - Pitched in 19 games in the Venezuelan Summer League mainly as a reliever...lone win came vs. DET/FLA on 7/29 throwing a season-high five innings allowing five hits with an unearned run and three strikeouts. MISC: Resides in Maracay, Venezuela in the off-season.

Skip Schumaker led all of MLB second basemen with 3.19 assists per game in 2010, and finished 5th in the National League with 359 assists.

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SKIP SCHUMAKER
Full Name: Jared Michael Schumaker Height: 5-10 Weight: 195 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: 2/3/80 at Torrance, California Opening Day Age: 31 M.L. Service: 4.051

SKIP SCHUMAKER

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Tournament...played in all nine qualifying games and hit .405 (15-37) with one home run and eight RBI ...during the first round of play he led Team USA with nine hits and 11 runs, including a two-run triple and two runs scored in the final game of the first round... was recalled on 9/7. 2005 – Made his Major League debut 6/8 vs. BOS in PH at-bat for Carpenter in the 7th (struck out)...appeared in 27 games in three stints with the Cardinals...led Memphis (AAA) in hits (127) and stolen bases (13)...made his first start in the Majors on 6/13 at TOR, playing centerfield...collected first M.L. hit and RBI on 8/12 at CHI (Dempster)...recalled again in September and swiped his first M.L. base 9/6 vs. CHI. 2004 – His .316 batting average at Tennessee (AA) ranked fourth in the Southern League...led the Southern League and the Cardinals’ minor league system with 163 hits...also led the league with 138 games played and his 516 at-bats ranked third...played the majority of his games in the outfield, but did start six games at third - his frist time at any position other than the OF while with the Cardinals organization...was named a

starter in the outfield for the East Division at the Southern League All-Star Game and was named to Baseball America’s postseason All-Star team. 2001 - 2003 – Spent two seperate stints on the disabled list in 2003 with a sprained right wrist in April and missed August with a stress fracture in his right fibula....ranked second in the Carolina League with 158 hits in 2002 and was selected to the Carolina League’s All-Star team. MISC: Graduated in 1998 from Aliso Niguel High School (Aliso Viejo, Calif.) where he played both football and baseball...was named to all-conference, all-county and all-state teams in baseball ...played American Legion ball for South Orange County (199598) ...attended UC-Santa Barbara where he was selected to the First-Team Big West in 2001...was voted recipient of 2009 Darryl Kile award by his teammates...was awarded “Fan Friendly” Seal of Approval by LoveMyTeam.com voters...he and his wife, Lindsey, have a son, Brody Hudson (11/25/07) and a daughter, Presley Rowan (11/18/09)...name is pronounced SHOE-macher.

Became Cardinal: Selected in 5th round (164th overall) of the June 2001 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

SECOND BASEMAN
2010 SEASON: • Played in 137 games, starting 121 - 118 starts coming at second base and three in right field; also played center and left field. • For the 3rd-straight season led all National League players in ground ball/fly ball ratio at 3.43, ranking 2nd in the Majors. • Ranked 3rd among MLB players with a .441 BA (15-34) in Interleague games (min. 30 AB). • Ranked 9th in MLB among second basemen with a .297 BA with runners in scoring position. • Struggles at the plate left him with his lowest season avg. in the Majors, but still had his 2nd highest RBI total at 42. • Was the 10th-hardest N.L. player to strike out, doing so just 8.27 times/plate app. • His 35 multi-hit games ranked fourth on the Cardinals, topping out with a season best 4-for-4 game at CHI (7/25). • Hit first professional grand slam off centerfield batter’s eye at Great American Ball Park off Mike Leake (8/9 at CIN). • Recorded a career-high seven putouts at second base 7/23 at CHI. • Led MLB second basemen with 3.19 assists per game and finished 5th in N.L. with 359 assists. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Played brilliantly after transforming from outfielder to everyday second baseman...became first Cardinal since Red Schoendienst (1945-46) to move from OF to 2B from one year to the next...started 124 games at 2B, three in CF and one in LF; also played RF...had 18 defensive “gems”, 2nd only to Pujols (22) ...hit over .300 for the 3rd-straight season...his .306 BA was ranked 7th among N.L. leadoff batters...batted .322 (139-432) vs. RHP’s, ranking 7th among National Leaguers...batted .345 in September and hit .300 or better in four out of the season’s six months to bump his career BA to over .300...led the team with 15 games in which he had 3 or more hits...hit his first career pinch-HR on 8/9 at PIT for game-winning runs...had the N.L.’s top groundball-to-flyball ratio for the 2nd-straight season (4.01; 289/72). 2009 POSTSEASON – Batted leadoff in Game 1 of the D.S. at LA and went 2-3 with a walk while scoring and also drove in a run...also started at second and hit leadoff in Game 3. 2008 – Spent his first full season with the Major League club and finished among league offensive leaders...ranked T10th in the N.L. with a .302 batting average (.30185) with NYM’s David Wright (.30191)...his .318 (35-110) batting average with runners in scoring position was the 9th-best in the National League...ranked 2nd among Major League players with a .340 average vs.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2001 New Jersey 2002 Potomac 2003 Tennessee 2004 Tennessee 2005 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2006 ST. LOUIS Memphis 2007 ST. LOUIS Memphis 2008 ST. LOUIS 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS
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righthanded pitchers...ranked as the 10th hardest N.L. player to strikeout, doing so once every 9.9 plate apps. (60 K’s)...tied for 8th in N.L. with 10 OF assists - four at the plate...made 59 starts in CF, 31 in LF and 30 in RF...became the 7th different STL Opening Day rightfielder in seven seasons...hit 1st career leadoff HR 6/25 at DET(A. Galarraga)...tied the franchise single-game record with 6 hits on 7/26 at NY, becoming the 1st Cardinal to have 6 hits in a game since Terry Moore (9/5/1935)...became sixth Cardinal to compile a 6-hit game: Moore, Jim Bottomley (twice), Dick Harley, Roger Connor and Duff Cooley...had the Majors’ highest GB/FB ratio (2.88) among batters with min. 502 PA’s. 2007 – Made Opening Day roster for a second straight year and led the team with 43 pinch at-bats which ranked T-13th in the National League...had 10 pinch hits...played 59 games with Memphis, the majority of time in centerfield (46 games)...hit the game-winning HR in 10th inning on 7/22 at ATL, a 2-run shot. 2006 – Opened the season with the Major League team for the first time in his career...was optioned to Triple-A Memphis on 5/2...his .306 average at Triple-A led all Memphis starters...was a member of Team USA which went 8-1 to qualify for the 2008 Olympics by defeating Cuba in the Americas Olympic Qualifying

AVG G .253 49 .287 136 .251 91 .316 *138 .287 115 .250 27 .185 28 .306 95 .333 88 .306 59 .302 153 .303 153 .265 137 .290 683 .291 586

AB 162 551 342 516 443 24 54 369 177 232 540 532 476 2615 1803

R 22 71 43 78 66 9 3 47 19 34 87 85 66 361 269

H 2B 3B HR 41 10 1 0 158 22 4 2 86 20 3 2 *163 29 6 4 127 24 3 7 6 1 0 0 10 1 0 1 113 13 3 3 59 12 2 2 71 16 0 7 163 22 5 8 161 34 1 4 126 18 1 5 759 134 20 25 525 88 9 20

RBI SH 14 2 44 6 22 2 43 4 34 8 1 0 2 1 27 4 19 1 31 2 46 4 35 1 42 2 215 28 145 9

SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 1 1 29 1 33 11 2 4 2 2 45 3 84 26 16 10 2 4 37 2 54 6 6 4 1 2 60 3 61 19 14 7 5 2 29 1 54 14 3 14 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 5 1 6 2 1 1 4 3 23 1 48 11 4 12 2 0 8 0 20 1 1 5 1 2 27 1 37 2 3 4 1 2 47 2 60 8 2 19 1 0 52 2 69 2 2 4 4 4 43 2 64 5 3 7 16 16 250 12 371 89 48 55 8 6 157 7 221 19 9 36

SLG .327 .352 .345 .419 .402 .292 .259 .382 .458 .466 .406 .393 .338 .385 .383

OBP .368 .342 .330 .389 .330 .308 .254 .348 .358 .382 .359 .364 .328 .354 .349

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DIVISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2009 STL vs. LA AVG .333 G 2 AB 6 R 1 H 2 2B 3B HR 1 0 0 RBI SH 1 0 SF HBP 0 1 BB IBB 1 0 SO SB CS GDP 0 0 0 0 SLG OBP .500 .500 E 0

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Second Base Outfield 2010 SEASON HIGHS Most Hits: 4, 7/25 at Chicago. Most Runs: 3, twice. Last: 6/18 vs. Oakland. Most 2Bs: 2, 5/26 at San Diego. Most RBI: 4, 8/9 at Cincinnati. Most BBs: 2, 10 times. Last: 9/26 at Chicago. Longest Hitting Streak: 8 games, 5/11-18. PCT .978 .987 G 256 325 PO 398 436 A 706 15 E 25 6 TC 1129 457 DP 156 4

CAREER HIGHS Most Hits: 6, 7/26/08 at New York Mets. Most Runs: 4, 4/11/08 at San Francisco. Most 2Bs: 2, seven times. Last: 5/26/10 at San Diego. Most RBI: 4, 8/9/10 at Cincinnati. Most BBs: 3, 9/18/08 at Cincinnati. Longest Hitting Streak: 12 games, 7/12-7/28/09. Pinch HRs: 1, 8/9/09 at Pittsburgh (Capps). Lead-Off HR’s: 1, 6/25/08 at Detroit (Galarraga). Grand Slam HR’s: 1, 8/9/10 at Cincinnati (M. Leake). Game-Ending HR’s: 1, 5/2/08 vs. Chicago Cubs (Fox, 11th inn).

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IAN SNELL
Full Name: Ian Dante Snell Height: 5-11 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 10/30/81 at Dover, Delaware Opening Day Age: 29 M.L. Service: 4.141 Became Cardinal: Signed as a minor league free agent on January 14, 2011. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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2005 – Began season with Indianapolis (AAA) and won first nine decisions...named the International League Pitcher of the Week 4/24-5/1 after going 2-0 with a 0.68 ERA (1 ER, 13.1 IP)...tossed a no-hitter on 5/15 vs. Norfolk (9.0 IP, BB, 9 K) and faced just one hitter over the minimum...named International League Pitcher of the Week 5/9-15...recalled by Pittsburgh on 6/26...made season debut with Pirates in relief on 6/28 at WSH (2.0 IP, H, 0R)...named to International League mid-season All-Star team and was scheduled to participate in the MLB Futures Game, but missed both due to his call-up to the big leagues. 2004 – Made his Major League debut, but spent majority of season with Altoona (AA)...set a Curve single-season record and finished 2nd in the Eastern League with 142 strikeouts...also ranked 4th in innings pitched and 6th in ERA...earned Eastern League Pitcher of the Week honors for the week ending May 2 ...named the starting pitcher for the Southern Division squad at the Eastern League All-Star Game in Bowie, Maryland...struck out 11 batters, including seven in a row at one point, and allowed just one hit during his 5.0 IP shutout on 8/12 at New Hampshire... recalled by Pittsburgh on 8/19 and made Major League debut on 8/20 at STL (G#1)...surrendered one hit (solo HR to John Mabry), walked three and struck out two in 2.0 IP...optioned back to Altoona the following day...recalled a second time on 9/21 after the Double-A post-season concluded...made first Major League start on 9/29 at Philadelphia (G#1) and suffered 8-4 loss. 2003 – Went 14-3 with a 3.00 ERA and 145 strikeouts in 26 minor league starts between Lynchburg (A) & Altoona (AA)... named Pittsburgh’s organizational Pitcher of the Year...ranked 2nd in the Carolina League in strikeouts and 9th in ERA...recorded the highest winning pct. among all Pirate farmhands (.824), tied

for the lead in wins (14), ranked 2nd in the organization in strikeouts, 4th in innings pitched (149.0) and 5th in ERA...named the Carolina League Player of the Month for June after going 40 with a 0.62 ERA (2 ER, 29.0 IP) in five starts...tabbed by Baseball America as the 9th-best prospect in the Carolina League following the season and as having the best breaking ball in the circuit. 2002 – Won each of his first 13 professional decisions (200002)...spent entire season with South Atlantic League Champion Hickory (A)...T4th in the league in strikeouts and 7th in ERA (2.71)...finished with the most strikeouts among all Pittsburgh minor leaguers and 3rd in ERA...went 9-6 with a 2.65 ERA (39 ER, 132.2 IP) in his 22 starts and 2-0 with a 3.86 ERA (3 ER, 7.0 IP) in 2 relief appearances. 2001 – Began season with GCL Pirates, but spent majority of campaign with Williamsport (A)...named to the New York-Penn League All-Star team...went 10-0 with a 1.18 ERA in 13 games (12 starts)...4th among Pirate farmhands in victories. 2000 – Made his professional debut with GCL Pirates after being selected by Pittsburgh in the 26th round of the June draft...tossed 1.2 innings of scoreless relief in his debut on 7/17 vs. GCL Expos. MISC: Graduated from Caesar Rodney High School in Camden, Del., in 2000, where he played football, baseball and basketball...honored by the Delaware Sports Writers Association as its Athlete of the Year for 2006...became the 48th player from Delaware to appear in the Major Leagues when he made his debut in 2004...14 wins in 2006 were most by a Delaware righthander since Huck Betts in 1934...played for Puerto Rico in the 2009 World Baseball Classic (step father is of Puerto Rican descent)...resides in Bradenton, Fla.
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2010 SEASON: • Split the season between Seattle Mariners and Tacoma (AAA). • Went 0-5, 6.41 in 12 games, making eight starts with Seattle before being designated for assignment on 6/15…was outrighted 6/19 and re-signed as a minor league free agent on 6/22. • Went 0-5, 6.11 (24 ER, 35.1 IP) in eight starts…in four relief appearances posted a 7.36 ERA (9 ER, 11.0 IP). • Made first relief appearance on 5/6 vs. TB allowing two runs in 3.1 innings, his first relief appearance since 8/12/05 at HOU. • Made final appearance 6/14 at STL, allowing three hits and four runs in 2.0 innings. • Went 3-4, 6.66 (36 ER, 48.2 IP) in nine starts for Tacoma during the regular season. • Placed on 7-day disabled list 8/5-9/7 with a right elbow strain. • Part of Tacoma’s PCL Championship squad and appeared in three playoff games out of the bullpen (0-0, 4.15, 4.1 IP, 2 ER). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Acquired by Seattle from Pittsburgh in a 7-player trade on 7/29 along with Jack Wilson...in final nine starts of season, went 5-1, 3.00 ERA (17 ER, 51.0 IP)...his 3.00 ERA from 8/15end of season ranked 8th-best in the AL...his five wins were tied for 6th-best...lost 9 of his first 11 decisions (w/ PIT & SEA) before winning five of his final six...in five-week span, was optioned (6/25) to Indianapolis (AAA) by Pittsburgh, traded (7/29) to Seattle, optioned (7/29) to Tacoma (AAA) by Seattle and recalled (7/31) to the Majors...made first start with Mariners on 8/2 at Texas, recorded a no-decision allowing three hits and two runs in 6.0 IP... charged with first career error 9/26 at Toronto; had not made an error in 128 consecutive chances to begin his career...optioned to Indianapolis (AAA) on 6/25...struck out a career-high 17 batters, including an Indianapolis team record 13 straight batters to start the game in his first start with Indy on 6/28 vs. Toledo (nodecision)...represented Puerto Rico in 2009 World Baseball Classic making two starts: 3/9 vs. Netherlands (4.0 IP, 3H, 1ER, 5K) & lost to Venezuela 3/16 allowing one earned run in 4.0 IP. 2008 – Agreed to terms on a 5-year contract, including club options for the 2011 and 2012 seasons on 3/16...made first Opening Day start on 3/31 in ATL and received a no-decision (6.0 IP, 4 ER)...struck out season-high 10 batters while picking up first win on 4/6 at Florida...on the disabled list 6/26 (retro to 6/23)-7/8 with a strained right elbow...posted a 3.68 ERA (18 ER, 44.0 IP) in his last eight starts and a 3.67 ERA in five Sept. starts. 2007 – Led staff in ERA (3.76), strikeouts (177) and innings pitched (208.0)...shared lead in starts with Tom Gorzelanny...177 K’s were the most by a Pirate right-hander since Kris Benson (184 in 2000)...ranked 8th in the NL in strikeouts and 9th in innings pitched...3.65 road ERA ranked 9th in the league and his 7.7 K/9.0 IP ranked 10th...tied for league lead in wild pitches (12)...whiffed a career-high 11 batters in first start but came away with a no-decision (6.0 IP, 2 ER) 4/3 at HOU...ranked 4th among NL pitchers with a 1.59 ERA through the end of April...tossed first career complete game, allowing one unearned run in 8-1 victory vs. TEX on 7/13...ranked 5th among NL starters with a 2.93 ERA at the break...went 0-5 with an 8.31 ERA (24 ER, 26.0 IP) in his first five starts after the All-Star break, raising ERA to 3.91... posted a 1.64 ERA and surrendered just one home run in his final five starts (33.0 IP)...pitched at least 6.0 innings in 26 of his 32 starts and at least 7.0 frames 18 times. 2006 – On Opening Day roster for first time in career, spending first full season in the Major Leagues with Pittsburgh...led club in wins (14) and strikeouts (169)...recorded the most wins by a Pittsburgh pitcher since Todd Ritchie won 15 games in 1999 ...ranked 10th among NL pitchers with 8.2 K/9.0 IP...worked at least 7.0 innings in 9 of 32 starts (posted an 8-1 record in those games)...posted a 4-1 record in May, one of 6 NL pitchers with 4 or more wins... went 7-2 from 4/28-6/16, which tied for the most wins among all National League hurlers during that stretch...won career-high five straight starts from 5/20-6/10.

COMPLETE RECORD
Team GCL Pirates GCL Pirates Williamsport Hickory Lynchburg Altoona 2004 Altoona Pittsburgh 2005 Indianapolis Pittsburgh 2006 Pittsburgh 2007 Pittsburgh 2008 Pittsburgh 2009 Pittsburgh Indianapolis Seattle 2010 Seattle Tacoma MINOR TOTALS A.L. TOTALS N.L. TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS Year 2000 2001 2001 2002 2003 W-L 1-0 3-0 7-0 11-6 10-3 4-0 11-7 0-1 11-3 1-2 14-11 9-12 7-12 2-8 2-2 5-2 0-5 3-4 63-25 5-7 33-46 38-53 ERA G 2.35 4 0.47 3 1.39 10 2.71 24 3.33 20 1.96 6 3.16 26 7.50 3 3.70 18 5.14 15 4.74 32 3.76 32 5.42 31 5.36 15 0.96 6 4.20 12 6.41 12 6.66 9 3.01 126 5.12 24 4.75 128 4.80 152 GS CG 0 0 3 0 9 1 22 0 20 1 6 0 26 3 1 0 18 2 5 0 32 0 32 1 31 0 15 1 6 1 12 0 8 0 9 0 119 8 20 0 116 2 136 2 GF SHO SV IP 1 0 0 7.2 0 0 0 19.0 0 0 0 64.2 0 0 0 139.2 0 1 0 116.1 0 0 0 36.2 0 2 0 151.0 1 0 0 12.0 0 1 0 112.0 2 0 0 42.0 0 0 0 186.0 0 0 0 208.0 0 0 0 164.1 0 0 0 80.2 0 1 0 37.1 0 0 0 64.1 1 0 0 46.1 0 0 0 48.2 1 5 0 733.0 0 0 0 110.2 3 0 0 693.0 3 0 0 803.2 H 5 12 55 127 105 36 147 14 90 43 198 209 201 87 28 61 60 58 663 121 752 873 R 2 2 16 49 46 13 54 10 49 25 104 94 107 50 7 32 36 37 275 68 390 458 ER 2 1 10 42 43 8 53 10 46 24 98 87 99 48 4 30 33 36 245 63 366 429 HR HBP BB IBB 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 0 2 1 10 0 8 0 45 0 3 3 33 1 2 1 10 0 16 5 40 2 2 0 9 0 14 1 23 0 5 1 24 3 29 2 74 4 22 8 68 4 18 2 89 0 7 1 44 3 0 1 13 0 7 1 39 0 10 1 25 0 6 2 22 0 52 15 202 3 17 2 64 0 83 14 308 14 100 16 372 14 SO WP 8 0 13 0 56 2 149 13 122 4 23 2 142 6 9 0 104 6 34 4 169 8 177 *12 135 8 52 3 47 0 37 3 26 3 39 4 703 37 63 6 576 35 639 41 BK 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 1 1 BA .200 .185 .230 .243 .244 .252 .261 .298 .216 .267 .277 .264 .304 .282 .209 .247 .308 .304 .243 .274 .280 .279

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REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 Seattle MAJOR TOTALS AVG .000 .094 G 12 138 AB 0 192 R 0 10 H 0 18 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 2 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 6 33 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 7 0 SO SB CS GDP 0 0 0 0 84 0 0 3 SLG OBP .000 .000 .104 .126 E 1 1

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
Year Team 2009 Puerto Rico WBC TOTALS. W-L 0-1 0-1 ERA 2.25 2.25 G 2 2 GS CG 2 0 2 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 8.0 8.0 H 8 8 R 2 2 ER 2 2 HR HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 3 0 3 0 SO WP 10 0 10 0 BK BA 0 .286 0 .286

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PCT .993 G 152 PO 53 A 89 E 1 TC 143

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2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most IP: 6.0, 4/6 at Oakland. Most Strikeouts: 4, three times. Last: 4/27 at Kansas City. Most Walks: 4, three times. Last: 6/4 at Los Angeles Angels. Most Runs Allowed: 8, 6/9 at Texas. Most Hits Allowed: 8, three times 6/9 at Texas. Most HRs Allowed: 2, 6/9 at Texas. Longest Winning Streak: N/A Longest Losing Streak: 5 games, 4/11-present.

CAREER HIGHS
Most IP: 9.0, 6/13/07 vs Texas. Most Strikeouts: 11, 4/3/07 at Houston. Most Walks: 7, 5/27/08 at Cincinnati. Most Runs Allowed: 8, four times. Last: 6/9/10 at Texas. Most Hits Allowed: 11, two times. Last: 5/15/08 at St. Louis. Most HRs Allowed: 3, five times. Last: 7/13/07 at Atlanta. Longest Winning Streak: 5 games, 5/20-6/10/06. Longest Losing Streak: 6 games, 4/18-6/6/08. Longest Scoreless Streak: 14.0, 9/13-25/05. Last Relief Appearance: 6/14/10 at St. Louis.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 26th round (889th overall) in the June 2000 free agent draft. • On Pittsburgh disabled list (strained right elbow), June 23 to July 8, 2008. • Acquired by Seattle Mariners along with INF Jack Wilson, in exchange for C Jeff Clement, INF Ronny Cedeno, RHP Aaron Pribanic, RHP Brett Lorin and RHP Nathan Adcock, July 29, 2009. • Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals to a minor league free-agent contract, January 14, 2011.

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Full Name: Donovan Solano (Preciado) Height: 5-10 Weight: 185 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 12/17/87 Opening Day Age: 23 at Barranquilla, Colombia M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 1/14/05. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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2010 SEASON: • Played in 102 games at Memphis (AAA), starting 63 games at shortstop, 14 at second base and 13 at third base. • Suffered a sprained left wrist causing him to miss 18 games from 8/18-9/4. • Belted a career-best four home runs, surpassing his career total (three) entering the season. • Gradually improved his BA every month finishing April at .138, May at .169, June at .204, July at .221 and Aug./Sept. at .255. • Posted the highest BA (.356, 37-104) on the Memphis team from 7/21 through the end of the season, including a .371 (26-for70) mark during the month of August. • Was a clutch pinch-hitter, posting a .353 BA (6-17), including a home run 6/20 vs. NO, off Adalberto Mendez. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Played in 116 games between Springfield (AA) and Memphis (AAA)...hit a career-best .317 in 52 games at Memphis with two stints from 4/30 to 5/24, and 6/6 to 7/19 playing the majority of games at shortstop (43)...batted very well against RHP, with a .388 (45-116) average and 14 RBI; and hit .300 (15-50) with RISP at Memphis. 2008 – Selected to the Florida State League All-Star game and went 1-for-2 as a defensive replacement at second base...led Palm Beach (A) with 115 hits and a .286 average (qualifying players) in 107 games...hit first professional home run at CLR (7/9), a solo shot in the first inning...clutch hitter batted .301 (31-103, 28 RBI) with RISP...was promoted to Springfield (8/6) and hit .264 with a home run and 11 RBI in 26 games. 2007 - Played in 132 games between Quad Cities (A) and Palm Beach (A)...the 132 games ranked second in the Cardinals minors to Nick Stavinoha’s 139...posted a career-high five RBI at LAN (5/11) going 4-for-5 with a double...played final 50 games of the season in Palm Beach, starting 47 at shortstop, batting .209. 2006 - Used as a utility infielder at State College (A) playing in 44 games...hit well on the road with a .342 average (26-76)...batted .421 with RISP and two outs. 2005 - Split a short-season between Johnson City and New Jersey...batted .262 with 11 RBI at JC including a .411 (15-34) average against LHP. MISC: Resides in Barranquilla, Colombia in the off-season.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2005 Johnson City New Jersey 2006 State College 2007 Quad Cities Palm Beach 2008 Palm Beach Springfield 2009 Springfield Memphis 2010 Memphis MINOR TOTALS AVG .262 .247 .282 .257 .209 .286 .264 .207 .317 .255 .259 G 45 22 44 82 50 107 26 64 52 102 594 AB 145 77 149 292 163 402 106 251 164 330 2079 R H 27 38 7 19 22 42 31 75 17 34 56 115 11 28 27 52 22 52 41 84 261 539 2B 4 5 2 8 2 15 5 7 7 12 67 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 4 7 7 RBI SH 11 1 11 1 13 3 30 2 11 1 31 4 11 4 16 3 14 2 27 1 175 22 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 1 3 14 0 22 3 2 6 0 4 7 0 12 1 0 2 1 2 12 0 17 2 1 4 2 6 14 0 25 5 2 12 1 1 8 0 21 0 1 6 0 2 37 0 63 1 2 9 1 4 5 0 22 2 1 7 0 1 21 0 39 1 0 8 0 2 10 0 27 3 0 0 0 2 11 1 35 2 1 9 6 27 139 1 283 20 10 63 SLG .290 .312 .295 .284 .233 .351 .340 .255 .360 .333 .308 OBP E .337 17 .341 6 .341 6 .303 14 .249 14 .349 17 .319 4 .271 7 .364 8 .283 18 .313 111

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NICK STAVINOHA
Full Name: Nicholas Lee Stavinoha Height: 6-2 Weight: 240 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 5/3/82 at Houston, Texas Opening Day Age: 28 (Turns 29 on May 3) M.L. Service: 1.106 Became Cardinal: Selected in 7th round (230th overall) of the June 2005 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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MISC: Graduated from Jersey Village High School in Houston, Texas, where he was a Class 5A All-State selection as a catcher in 2000...began his collegiate career as a middle linebacker for the University of Houston...attended San Jacinto Junior College to begin switch to baseball...at SJJC in 2002, batted .377 with 24 home runs and 87 RBI to help lead the team to the Junior College

World Series...transferred to Louisiana State University...as a senior at LSU, hit .370 with 18 HRs and 65 RBI in 257 at-bats while playing outfield...originally drafted by the Houston Astros in the 39th round of the 2002 draft but did not sign...resides in Magnolia, Texas with his wife, Casey, and daughter, Kate Elaine (9/29/08) ...name is pronounced stav-uh-noah.

COMPLETE RECORD
Team Quad Cities Springfield Memphis Memphis ST. LOUIS 2009 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS Memphis MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 AVG .344 .297 .261 .337 .193 .282 .230 .256 .390 .306 .234 G AB 65 250 111 417 139 501 112 427 29 57 72 259 39 87 79 121 23 100 522 1954 147 265 R 54 55 50 67 4 39 6 11 19 284 21 H 2B 3B HR 86 9 2 14 124 26 3 12 131 17 0 13 144 23 3 16 11 1 0 0 73 17 2 11 20 7 0 2 31 4 0 2 39 9 1 6 597 101 11 72 62 12 0 4 RBI 53 73 49 74 4 56 17 9 28 333 30 SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP E 0 4 2 23 1 25 4 0 7 .564 .398 1 0 6 2 28 0 81 2 1 10 .460 .340 5 1 2 4 31 0 81 7 1 7 .373 .309 7 0 4 2 20 0 50 2 1 12 .518 .366 2 1 1 0 2 1 11 0 0 2 .211 .217 0 0 5 6 25 2 48 2 0 4 .490 .353 5 0 2 0 2 0 15 1 0 2 .379 .242 0 0 0 1 4 0 28 0 0 5 .339 .286 0 0 2 0 5 0 16 0 0 6 .680 1.091 1 1 23 16 132 3 301 17 3 46 .479 .351 21 1 3 1 8 1 54 1 0 9 .325 .256 0

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2010 SEASON: • Began the season on the Cardinals Opening Day roster for the first time. Split time with St. Louis and Memphis (AAA), earning three recalls during the season. • Played in 79 games, 56 as a pinch-hitter and made 17 starts (16 RF, 1 LF). • Was on 15-day DL from 7/12-31 with a right shoulder strain. Had a 5-game rehab stint at Memphis (.368, 7-19). • Tied for 4th among MLB players with 15 pinch-hits (15-53, .283) including two home runs (T6th, MLB). • His 15 pinch hits were the most by a Cardinals player since Marlon Anderson had 17 in 2004. • Hit a game-winning pinch-hit, two-run homer off Trevor Hoffman (4/9 at MIL). His second pinch-hit home run came on 5/3 at PHI off Joe Blanton. • Caught 1/3 of an inning as an emergency catcher on 4/11 at MIL. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Played 111 games between Memphis (AAA) and St. Louis...started in Memphis and was initially called up on 5/13... started 34 games at first base and 32 at catcher at MEM and 23 in the outfield in STL...hit first Major League HR at MIL (5/26), a solo HR off Jeff Suppan...also had a pinch-HR off Clay Zavada vs. ARI (7/17)...had the game-winning hit in four of Memphis’ 14 last at-bat wins...put together a 12-game hitting streak at MEM (1846, .391, 3 HR, 13 RBI) from 5/4-6/21 between MLB time...was 4-for-4 with 10 RBI in bases loaded situations at Memphis. 2008 – His .337 average led the Cardinals farm system and ranked 5th in the Pacific Coast League...in 112 games at TripleA led the team with 144 hits...started off his season at Triple-A gathering hits in 9 of the team’s first 11 games...had a seasonhigh 12-game hitting streak from 6/2-14 (.348, 16-46)...was Memphis’ lone representative at the Triple-A All-Star Game, went 1-2 with a run scored as a sub in RF...recalled to St. Louis three times during the season, making his Major League debut on 6/22 at Boston, starting that day as the DH...picked up his first ML hit in his start 6/22, a single off Boston’s J. Lester...started 12 games for the Cardinals: 7 in leftfield, 2 in rightfield and 3 as the DH...his 2nd recall came 7/28 & he was optioned 8/6..recalled a final time on 8/26 for the remainder of the season. 2007 – Spent the entire season at Memphis (AAA) and appeared in a team-high 139 games...batted .343 (48-140) against left-handed pitchers...had a .286 batting average prior to the All-Star break and .223 BA after the break...appeared in 77 games in left field and 54 in right field with 13 outfield assists. 2006 – His .297 batting average ranked 5th among Cardinals full season minor leaguers...named Cardinals Minor League Player of the Month for August when he hit .330 with seven home runs and 27 RBI in 29 games...hit in each of his last 11 games and in 13 of final 14 games (.482, 27-for-56)...batted .218 in 21 games, with one HR and 8 RBI for Peoria of the Arizona Fall League. 2005 – Topped all signees from the Cards 2005 draft class in batting average, home runs, RBI, slugging percentage and OPS...hit in each of his first six starts (12-for-22, .545) with a HR and seven RBI...was named Cardinals Minor League Player of the Month for August, when he batted .361 (39-for-108) with nine home runs and 25 RBI in 28 games...batted .363 (45-for-124) over his final 32 games.

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Catcher First Base Outfield PCT 1.000 1.000 1.000 G 1 3 68 PO 1 3 49 A 0 1 1 E 0 0 0 TC 1 4 50 DP 0 1 0

2010 SEASON HIGHS Most Hits: 2, three times. Last: 9/23 at Pittsburgh. Most Runs: 2, twice. Last: 5/22 vs. Los Angeles Angels. Most RBI: 2, twice. Last: 5/9 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 7 games, 4/30-5/12.

CAREER HIGHS Most Hits: 2, seven times. Last: 9/23/10 at Pittsburgh. Most Runs: 2, three times. Last: 5/22/10 vs. Los Angeles Angels. Most RBI: 2, eight times. Last: 5/9/10 at Pittsburgh. Longest Hitting Streak: 7 games, 4/30-5/12/10. Pinch HR’s: 3. Last: 5/3/10 at Philadelphia (J. Blanton).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Houston Astros in the 39th round of the June 2002 free-agent draft, but did not sign. • Selected by St. Louis Cardinals in the 7th round (230th overall) of the June 2005 free-agent draft. • On St. Louis disabled list (right shoulder strain), July 12 - 31, 2010; included injury rehabilitation assignment to Memphis (AAA), July 26-31.

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ROBERT STOCK
Full Name: Robert Anthony Stock Height: 6-0 Weight: 175 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: 11/21/89 at Bellevue, Washington Opening Day Age: 21 M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in 2nd round (67th overall) of the June 2009 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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Full Name: Brian Curtis Tallet Height: 6-6 Weight: 220 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 9/21/77 at Midwest City, Oklahoma Opening Day Age: 33 (Turns 34 on September 21) M.L. Service: 5.146 Became Cardinal: Signed as a free agent on November 30, 2010. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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2010 SEASON: • Appeared in 34 games with Toronto, starting five. Began the season in the Blue Jays rotation making all five starts before moving to the bullpen 6/11 for the remaining 29 appearances. • For the first time since 2006, was tougher against LH batters holding them to a .176 BA (18-102). • Worked 2.0 or more innings in 14 of his 29 relief appearances, and had five relief appearances of 3.0 innings or more with a season-high of 3.1 at NYY (7/3). • Started the Blue Jays home opener on 4/12 vs. CWS throwing 6.0 innings in a no decision (Lost 8-7 in 11 inn.). • Matched his career high allowing 20 home runs, with 13 coming in relief, ranking T-3rd among MLB relievers. • His 2.33 HR allowed per nine innings pitched was the highest total of any Major Leaguer with at least 70 innings in 2010. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Made 37 appearances, including a career high 25 starts... in his 25 starts posted a 7-8 record with a 5.41 ERA with 11 quality starts and held the opposition to three or less runs in 15 starts...LH hitters batted .290, while RH hitters batted .259...4/10 at CLE allowed two home runs, the first time he’d allowed more than one HR in a game in his career...on 4/18 vs. OAK made his 1st start since 8/7/06...on 4/24 at CWS, picked up his 1st win as a starter since his Major League debut on 9/16/02 when pitching for CLE...between 5/4-30, tossed six consecutive quality starts, going 2-2 with a 3.00 ERA and holding opponents to a .173 average. 2008 – Began the season retiring the first 13 batters he faced...had a string of 12 outings covering 13.0 IP without allowing an earned run between 4/21-5/31...in 11 May games, allowed only one earned run for a 0.82 ERA...when pitching with runners in scoring position, held opponents to a .182 mark (10-55), and with runners in scoring position and two out, held opponents to a .185 avg. (527)...picked up his first win since 2007 on 9/7 vs. TB...was placed on the 15-day DL from July 28 – Aug. 15 with a fractured right toe. 2007 – Had his contract purchased by Toronto from Syracuse (AAA) on 4/22...his .215 opponents average ranked 2nd on the club...the 62.1 IP was the third most from a Blue Jays reliever... allowed only one home run (Luis Hernandez, BAL) all season coming in his 47th appearance (of 51)...went 60.1 IP without allowing a home run...from 5/23-6/13 did not allow an earned run over 16.2 IP...had two separate streaks of six and eight games without giving up an earned run...recorded a strikeout in 14 straight games from 5/18-6/22. 2006 – Was on the Opening Day roster...was optioned to Syracuse (AAA) on 5/2, before returning on 6/10...after his return from the minors, posted an ERA of 3.09 over his final 37 outings...retired 22 of 43 first batters faced (51%) and stranded 31 of 43 inherited runners (72%)...finished September/October with an ERA of 1.23 in seven appearances...made his only start of the season 8/7 vs. BAL...did not allow an earned run in 2.1 IP, despite walking four...worked 2.0 IP or more in nine games, holding the opposition to 6 ER in 22.1 IP (2.70 ERA) of those contests...had a span of 32 games without allowing a home run...held opposing hitters to a .238 batting average...LH hitters were limited to a .220 avg., while RH hitters batted .246. 2005 – Spent most of the season at Buffalo (AAA) and made two appearances over four stints in Cleveland...did not allow a run over his 4.1 relief IP in the International League postseason (4.1 IP, 1 H, 0 R)...was a combined 3-1 with a 2.53 ERA in nine April/May starts (46.1 IP, 36 H, 13 ER) and 3-4 with a 6.69 ERA in eight combined June/July starts (40.1 IP, 53 H, 30 ER). 2004 – Began the season on the DL after rehabbing from reconstructive left elbow surgery the previous August...started the season on the 60-day DL, rehabbing in extended spring training...began a rehab assignment at Mahoning Valley on 6/30 before being sent to Lake County on 7/3...rehab was transferred to Akron on 7/8, where he remained with the Aeros from 7/88/21...activated from the 60-day DL on 7/27 and optioned to Akron...was promoted to Buffalo on 8/22 and spent remainder of season with the Bisons...did not allow a run over his three International League playoff outings for the IL Champion Bisons.

2010 SEASON: • Played in 85 games at Quad Cities, starting 82 at catcher. • Had 14 multi-hit games including two three-hit contests, tying his career-high for hits in a game. • Hit 17 doubles, 3rd most among Cardinals minor league catchers. • Hit safely in 18-of-20 August games, accounting for his best month batting .264 with a home run and 12 RBI. • Ranked 7th among Midwest League catchers by throwing out 28.6% of attempted base stealers (40-140). • Posted a .978 fielding percentage despite leading Midwest League catchers in errors (18). • Hit two-run home run in the top of the 9th inning during Game 1 of the Midwest League opening round playoffs vs. Kane County to ice a 4-0 victory. • Batted .300 (3-10) in the Midwest League playoffs with a home run and three RBI. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Played in 46 games, starting 35 at catcher, between Johnson City (R) and Quad Cities (A)...batted .322 in Johnson City with nine doubles, seven home runs and 24 RBI...ranked tied for third among 2009 Cardinals draft picks with seven home runs... threw out 28.6 (14-49) percent of would-be base stealers...totalled an .857 on base + slugging average between Johnson City and Quad Cities...hit first professional home run at BRS (7/2), a solo shot, in the 4th inning...put together a 12-game hitting streak from 7/25 to 8/13 (.429, 21-49, 4 HR, 13 RBI), ranking T5th in the Appalachian League...had a hot July batting .357 (20-56), also hit .326 with RISP (14-43) and .339 (38-112) vs. RHP...rated as the 10th-best prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America. MISC: Graduated from Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, Calif...named Baseball America’s 2005 Youth Player of the Year after junior season batting .456, while posting a 5-3 record with a 2.69 ERA and threw out 70 percent of base stealers...played in the 2006 Aflac All-American Classic and was the starting pitcher for the West squad, striking out the side in the first inning and later homering in the game...named Los Angeles Times Player of the Year...rated as the top player in his age (13, 14, 15) by Baseball America...was a member of the Team USA Youth National Team in 2004 and 2005...enrolled at the University of Southern California after bypassing his senior year of high school...posted a career batting average of .263 with 14 home runs and 74 RBI...on the mound was 8-7 with a 3.38 ERA and nine saves striking out 128 in 117.1 innings...threw out 33.8 percent (50-148) of would-be base stealers...played two seasons in the Cape Cod League for the Cotuit Kettleers...resides in Westlake Village, Calif.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2009 Johnson City Quad Cities 2010 Quad Cities MINOR TOTALS AVG .322 .095 .213 .242 G 41 5 85 131 AB 149 21 310 480 R H 25 48 1 2 32 66 58 116 2B 9 0 17 26 3B HR 2 7 0 0 0 1 2 8 RBI SH 24 0 0 0 31 1 55 1 SF HBP 1 5 0 1 1 0 2 6 BB IBB 11 1 2 0 39 1 52 2 SO SB CS GDP 28 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 56 2 2 10 89 2 3 11 SLG .550 .095 .277 .354 OBP .386 .208 .300 .322 E 4 1 18 23

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BRIAN TALLET
2003 – Split the season between Buffalo, Cleveland and the disabled list with August elbow surgery...opened the season in Buffalo...was recalled to Cleveland the first time on 5/28...made his 2003 debut and first career relief appearance with a perfect 1.0 inning at COL on 6/3...was optioned to Buffalo on 6/22...made four more starts with Buffalo from 6/26-7/13 before making a spot start at CWS on 7/21 (4.2 IP, 5 H, 4 R/ 1 ER)...was removed from what turned out to be his final appearance of 2003 on 7/26 at Pawtucket after 3.0 IP with discomfort in his left pitching elbow ...underwent ligament reconstruction (’Tommy John’ Surgery) and ulnar nerve transposition in Birmingham, Ala. by Dr. James Andrews on 8/26...spent entire 2003-04 off-season rehabbing the injury in Cleveland. 2002 – Spent most of the season between Buffalo (AAA) and Akron (AA), going a combined 12-4, before spending the last three weeks at the big league level where he made his major league debut and picked up his first win...spent the first half of the season with the Akron Aeros...did not make his first start at Akron until 4/13 as he overcame offseason/spring training shoulder tendonitis...won his last six decisions with Akron from 6/9-7/4 before being promoted to Buffalo on 7/14...at time of promotion his 10 wins were tied for 2nd in the Eastern League and his 3.08 ERA was 7th...after the season he was named second runnerup for Pitcher of the Year honors in the Eastern League...was promoted to the big leagues on 9/13 when his contract was purchased from Buffalo after the Bisons were eliminated from the IL playoffs...made and won his Major League debut on 9/16 at BOS in the night game of a day/night doubleheader...tossed 6.0 shutout innings in a 7-1 win over the Sox (6.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 1 SO), becoming the first Indian to win big league debut in starting role since Paul Rigdon on 5/21/00 vs. NYY. 2001 – Spent the entire season at Kinston (A) of the Carolina League, leading the circuit in strikeouts with 164...led the Indians organization in strikeouts and innings pitched (160.0) and his 27 starts were tied for first in the system...his 3.04 ERA was the 5th lowest mark in the Carolina League and his two complete games were tied for 4th...had three starts of 10 strikeouts. 2000 – Was the 55th player selected in the 2000 draft by the Tribe and signed his first pro contract on August 1...named 14th best prospect in the organization by Baseball America after the season. MISC: Graduated from Putnam City West High School in 1996 in Oklahoma City, Okla...played his collegiate ball at Hill Junior College (TX), where he went 11-2 in 1997 and led his team to the Western Regional Texas state crown...and then went on to Louisiana State University under legendary coach Skip Bertman...was a teammate of current Cardinal Ryan Theriot on the 2000 LSU team...started the title game against Stanford for the 2000 NCAA Championship...was drafted three times without signing (Florida, 14th round, 1996), New York Yankees (13th round, 1997) and Pittsburgh (19th round, 1999)...married with one child...resides in Baton Rouge, La.

BRIAN TALLET
REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 Toronto MAJOR TOTALS AVG .000 .000 G 34 76 AB 1 5 R 0 0 H 0 0 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 0 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 SLG OBP .000 .000 .000 .000 E 0 7

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REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
PCT .894 G 223 PO 22 A 37 E 7 TC 66

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2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 6.2, 4/7 at Texas. Most IP (Relief): 3.1, 7/3 at New York Yankees. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 6, 4/7 at Texas. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 4, 6/13 at Colorado. Most Walks (Starter): 3, two times. Last: 6/1 vs. Tampa Bay. Most Walks (Relief): 4, 7/3 at New York Yankees. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 6, 4/12 vs. Chicago White Sox. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 5, two times. Last: 8/24 vs. N. Y. Yankees. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 8, 4/12 vs. Chicago White Sox. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 6, 8/24 vs. New York Yankees. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 7/9 vs. Boston. Longest Winning Streak: 1, two times. Longest Losing Streak: 4 games, 4/17-7/31. Longest Scoreless Streak: 4.1 IP, 6/25-7/1.

CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 7.0, five times. Last: 9/27/09 vs. Seattle. Most IP (Relief): 5.0, 8/8/09 vs. Baltimore. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 7, three times. Last: 9/11/09 at Detroit. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 5, two times. Last: 4/10/09 at Cleveland. Most Walks (Starter): 6, 6/28/09 vs. Philadelphia. Most Walks (Relief): 4, 7/3/10 at New York Yankees. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 10, 4/29/09 at Kansas City. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 5, two times. Last: 8/24/10 vs. N.Y. Yankees. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 11, three times. Last: 9/22/09 vs. Baltimore. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 6, 8/24/10 vs. New York Yankees. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 7/9/10 vs. Boston. Longest Winning Streak: 3 games, 4/8-7/20/06. Longest Losing Streak: 5 games, 6/28-9/1/09. Longest Scoreless Streak: 16.2 IP, 5/23-6/13/07. Last Start: 6/8/10 vs. Tampa Bay. Last Relief App: 9/30/10 at Minnesota.

COMPLETE RECORD
Team Mahoning Valley Kinston Akron Buffalo Cleveland 2003 Buffalo Cleveland 2004 Mahoning Valley# Lake County# Akron# Buffalo 2005 Buffalo Cleveland 2006 Syracuse Toronto 2007 Syracuse Toronto 2008 Syracuse Toronto 2009 Toronto 2010 Dunedin# Las Vegas# Toronto MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS Year 2000 2001 2002 W-L ERA G 0-0 1.15 6 9-7 3.04 27 10-1 3.08 18 2-3 3.07 8 1-0 1.50 2 4-4 5.14 15 0-2 4.74 5 0-0 0.00 2 0-0 0.00 2 1-1 5.32 14 0-0 4.15 5 6-5 4.05 22 0-0 7.71 2 1-2 5.68 20 3-0 3.81 44 0-0 1.35 7 2-4 3.47 48 0-0 4.50 2 1-2 2.88 51 7-9 5.32 37 0-0 0.00 1 0-1 54.00 1 2-6 6.40 34 33-24 3.76 150 16-23 4.65 223 GS CG 6 0 27 2 16 1 7 0 2 0 15 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 1 0 1 0 5 0 92 3 36 0 GF SHO SV IP 0 0 0 15.2 0 0 0 160.0 0 0 0 102.1 1 0 0 44.0 1 0 0 12.0 0 0 0 84.0 0 0 0 19.0 0 0 0 2.2 0 0 0 2.0 7 0 1 23.2 1 0 0 8.2 2 0 0 97.2 0 0 0 4.2 9 0 3 25.1 8 0 0 54.1 3 0 0 6.2 11 0 0 62.1 0 0 0 2.0 15 0 0 56.1 3 0 0 160.2 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 0 1.1 5 0 0 77.1 23 0 4 580.0 43 0 0 446.2 H 10 134 93 47 9 89 23 3 1 26 7 98 6 32 45 4 49 2 52 169 2 9 84 557 437 R 2 62 41 17 3 50 14 3 0 15 4 51 4 17 24 2 26 1 19 99 0 8 60 372 249 ER 2 54 35 15 2 48 10 0 0 14 4 44 4 16 23 1 24 1 18 95 0 8 55 242 231 HR HBP BB IBB SO WP 0 1 3 0 20 0 12 4 38 0 *164 2 9 9 32 0 73 2 1 1 16 0 25 4 0 1 4 0 5 0 10 5 34 1 67 6 2 1 8 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 13 1 24 1 0 0 3 1 7 1 17 3 25 0 61 4 2 1 3 0 2 0 4 3 10 1 21 1 5 3 31 4 37 2 1 0 3 0 11 0 1 6 28 7 54 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 1 22 3 47 0 20 6 72 2 120 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 20 4 38 3 53 1 56 26 180 4 481 22 54 23 206 19 327 6 BK 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 BA .172 .224 .243 .281 .214 .270 .303 .273 .143 .268 .212 .260 .300 .311 .238 .174 .215 .286 .243 .268 .154 .692 .273 .251 .256

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Florida Marlins in the 14th round of the June 1996 First Year Player Draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the New York Yankees in the 13th round of the June 1997 First Year Player Draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 19th round of the June 1999 First Year Player Draft, but did not sign. • Selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 2nd round (55th overall) of the June 2000 First Year Player Draft. • On Cleveland disabled list (left elbow) April 5 to July 27, 2004; included rehabilitation assignment to Mahoning Valley (A) June 30, Lake County (A) July 3 and Akron (AA) July 8-27. • Acquired by Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for RHP Bubbie Buzachero, January 17, 2004. • On Toronto disabled list (right toe fracture), July 28 to August 15, 2008. • On Toronto disabled list (left forearm strain), April 18 to June 1, 2010; included rehabilitation assignment to Dunedin (A) May 20 and Las Vegas (AAA) May 25. • Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent, November 30, 2010.

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RYAN THERIOT
Full Name: Ryan Stewart Theriot Height: 5-11 Weight: 180 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 12/7/79 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana Opening Day Age: 31 M.L. Service: 4.118

RYAN THERIOT

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Became Cardinal: Acquired in a trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers for RHP Blake Hawksworth on November 30, 2010. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

two nine-game hitting streaks (5/6-15 & 8/31-9/8)...hit first career pinch-hit home run 5/29 vs. FLA off Dontrelle Willis...on 6/11 vs. HOU formed a double play combination with Mike Fontenot a former college teammate at LSU, from the 2000 team which won the NCAA College World Series...belted a career-high three doubles 7/1 vs. MIL...committed an error at STL (7/26) snapping a 346.0 inning streak without an error dating to 4/27 at STL. 2007 POSTSEASON – Started at shortstop in each of the Cubs three NLDS games vs. Arizona...batted .250 (3-12) with a stolen base and an RBI. 2006 – Played in 73 games at Iowa (AAA) and 53 games with the Cubs with three recalls (5/8, 7/14 & 7/24)...following his third recall on 7/24, batted .347 (42-121) in 44 games staying with the club through the end of the season...posted a .984 fielding percentage at second base and committed only two errors in 124 total chances...hit first ML home run 9/1 vs. SF off Noah Lowry...notched first multi-HR game 9/17 vs. CIN, hitting two home runs in a 3-for-5 game.

2004 – Played in 103 games for Daytona (A), batting .273 with 14 doubles and 34 RBI...helped the Cubs to a split of the Florida State League Championship vs. Tampa that was canceled due to Hurricane Charlie...played his best baseball in August batting .339 (19-56) with four doubles and eight RBI. 2001 - 2003 – Split his 2003 season between Lansing (A) and West Tenn (AA), combining to hit .249 in 111 games...hit safely in 45 of 58 games at Lansing and swiped 21 bases...began his professional career in 2001 with Daytona (A). MISC: Played college baseball at Louisiana State University under legendary coach Skip Bertman...helped lead the Tigers to the 2000 NCAA College World Series Championship, in which he scored the winning run via a walk-off single by former Cardinal farm hand Brad Cresse...also played with current Cardinal Brian Tallet on that team and was named to the College World Series allTournament team...graduated from Broadmoor High School in Baton Rouge, La., in 1998...is a co-founder of Hardt of Champions athletic complex in Louisiana where the goal of the complex is to raise money for families and children who are struggling, performing a free clinic for underpriviledged children once a year with other MLB players...married to Johnnah and has three children, Houston, Macey and Georgia Grace...resides in Baton Rouge, La...name is pronounced TARE-ee-oh.

INFIELDER
CAREER: • His 156 multi-hit games rank third among MLB middle infielders over the last three seasons, trailing only Robinson Cano (171) and Derek Jeter (167). • Has played in 453 games over the past three seasons, ranking T-6th among MLB middle infielders. • His 432 singles, rank 2nd (Jeter, 442) among MLB infilders over the past three seasons. • Stole 91 bases over the past four seasons, ranking 7th among MLB middle infielders. He has stolen 20 or more bases each of the past four seasons. • Has career batting numbers over .300 in April (.326), July (.319) and August (.301) and against NL Central opponents (.303). 2010 SEASON: • Played in 150 games, starting with 96 games with the Cubs before a trade to the Dodgers on 7/31, where he finished the season playing 54 games for LAD. • His 20 stolen bases in 2010 were tops among the N.L.'s everyday second basemen. • Tied his career long with a 13-game hitting streak (11 were multi-hit games) from 4/21-5/4, batting .475 (29-61) over the period, the 2nd highest average (C. Gonzalez, .516, 16-game) during a National League hitting streak of 13-games or more. • Also had hitting streaks of 11 games (with LAD) and eight games earlier in the season with CHI. • Turned 69 double plays with 56 coming at second base, ranking 13th in the N.L. among second basemen. • Ranked 6th among second basemen in the National League with a .986 fielding percentage. • Batted .293 with 2 HR and 14 RBI against NL Central clubs, his highest BA against any NL division. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Established numerous career marks and led the Cubs with 154 games played and 602 at-bats...his five triples, seven homers and 54 RBI established career bests…his 147 starts at SS, were the most by a Cub at that position since Shawon Dunston (150 in1988)...hit 3 HR with 8 RBI in a four-game span, May 1-4, with the 3 HR coming in a span of 12 at-bats...led the team with 21 stolen bases, his third consecutive season with more than 20 steals...was the first Cub with three-consecutive 20-steal seasons since Sammy Sosa (1993-95)...led the team with 51 multi-hit games (40 two-hit and 11 three-hit)...hit .312 (92-for-295) in 77 games against the N.L. Central...hit his first career grand slam 5/1 vs. FLA, establishing a career-high four RBI game...stole a careerhigh three bases 7/22 at PHI...hit safely in 30 of 32 home games, 5/13-7/26 (.365, 46-126). 2008 – Led the Cubs with a .307 batting average, ranking 6th in the National League...ranked 4th in MLB with 58 mutli-hit games...ranked 1st in the NL and 4th in MLB (Suzuki, 180) with 154 singles...drew a career high 73 walks...recorded a career-high 13-game hitting streak (7/3-20), batting .439 (25-57)...hit .300 or better in each of the first four months of the season (April .323, May .308, June .309, July .333)...struck out once in every 11.4 plate appearances, ranking 6th in the NL...went a season-high 31 games without an error (7/13-8/20) handling 88 total chances in that span...batted .368 (25-68) in 16 games at the lead-off position in the lineup...recorded four multi-hit games three times during the season...hit his lone home run of the season 4/15 vs. CIN (Todd Coffey). 2008 POSTSEASON – Batted .273 (3-11) in three games against the Dodgers in the NLDS. 2007 – Played 148 games in his first full season in the Major Leagues...led the team with 28 stolen bases in 32 attempts, ranking 12th in the NL and 7th in the NL with an 87.5 SB pct. ...rapped out a .300 batting average (45-150), while batting leadoff in 34 games...made 108 appearances at shortstop (101 stars), 37 at second base, eight at third base and six in the outfield...had

2005 – Played in 120 games at West Tenn (AA), before a promotion on 9/13, making his ML debut for the Cubs vs. CIN as a pinch-hitter in the 10th inning...recorded his first ML hit 9/14 vs. CIN off Brian Shackelford, a pinch-hit infield single...spent the majority of the season at West Tenn, batting .304 with 28 doubles, 24 stolen bases and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player at the end of the season.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team AVG 2001 Daytona .204 2002 Lansing .252 2003 Lansing .259 West Tenn .236 2004 Daytona .273 2005 West Tenn .304 Chicago (NL) .154 2006 Iowa .304 Chicago (NL) .328 2007 Chicago (NL) .266 2008 Chicago (NL) .307 2009 Chicago (NL) .284 2010 Chicago (NL) .284 Los Angeles (NL).242 MINOR TOTALS .271 MAJOR TOTALS .284 G 30 130 58 53 103 120 9 73 53 148 149 154 96 54 567 663 AB 103 489 220 178 330 448 13 280 134 537 580 602 388 198 2048 2452 R 20 75 29 20 47 52 3 41 34 80 85 81 45 27 284 355 H 21 123 57 42 90 136 2 85 44 143 178 171 110 48 554 696 2B 5 19 8 3 14 28 1 11 11 30 19 20 10 5 88 96 3B HR 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 4 1 0 0 5 0 3 3 2 3 4 1 5 7 2 1 0 1 17 5 16 16 RBI 9 37 17 9 34 53 0 22 16 45 38 54 21 8 181 182 SH 3 3 5 4 6 4 0 1 6 8 4 13 2 5 26 38 SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP 1 1 21 0 17 2 4 2 3 4 59 1 77 32 8 3 0 1 31 1 34 21 5 4 1 3 29 1 21 9 8 6 3 3 48 0 43 13 11 4 5 1 45 2 38 24 10 9 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 27 1 34 14 3 5 0 2 17 0 18 13 2 5 3 0 49 1 50 28 4 12 1 3 73 1 58 22 13 19 5 6 51 1 93 21 10 13 1 2 19 3 46 16 6 8 1 2 22 0 28 4 3 5 15 15 260 6 264 115 49 33 11 15 232 6 295 104 38 62 SLG .252 .313 .318 .270 .342 .391 .231 .379 .522 .346 .359 .369 .327 .283 .337 .356 OBP .341 .335 .353 .351 .367 .365 .214 .367 .412 .326 .387 .343 .320 .323 .355 .348 E 7 15 9 10 10 13 0 10 3 11 14 15 9 1 74 53

DIvISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2007 CHC vs. ARI 2008 CHC vs. LAD D.S. TOTALS AVG .250 .273 .261 G 3 3 6 AB 12 11 23 R 0 0 0 H 3 3 6 2B 0 0 0 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 1 0 0 0 1 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 1 0 1 1 2 1 SO SB CS GDP 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 SLG .250 .273 .261 OBP .308 .333 .320 E 0 1 1

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position Second Base Third Base Shortstop Outfield PCT .987 .857 .976 1.000 G 198 9 439 5 PO 332 5 580 5 A 414 7 1090 0 E 10 2 41 0 TC 756 14 1711 5 DP 84 0 229 0

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RYAN THERIOT
2010 SEASON HIGHS
Most Hits: 5, 4/25 at Milwaukee. Most Runs: 4, 6/7 at Pittsburgh. Most 2Bs: 2, two times. Last: 8/25 at Milwaukee. Most HRs: 1, two times. Last: 8/21 vs. Cincinnati. Most RBI: 3, 4/25 at Milwaukee. Most BBs: 2, eight times. Last: 10/1 vs. Arizona. Longest Hitting Streak: 13 games, 4/21-5/4.

KEVIN THOMAS
CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 5, twice. Last: 4/25/10 at Milwaukee. Most Runs: 4, 6/7 at Pittsburgh Most 2Bs: 3, two times. Last: 5/25/09 vs. Pittsburgh. Most HRs: 2, twice. Last: 8/13/09 vs. San Diego. Most RBI: 4, two times. Last: 7/30/09 vs. Houston. Most BBs: 4, two times. Last: 9/29/09 vs. Pittsburgh. Most SBs: 3, 7/22/09 at Philadelphia. Longest Hitting Streak: 13 games, two times. Last: 4/21-5/4/10. Grand Slams: 1. 5/1/09 vs. Florida (Badenhop). Pinch HR’s: 1. 5/29/07 vs. Florida (Willis).

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Full Name: Kevin Lee Thomas Height: 6-3 Weight: 215 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 7/8/86 at Lufkin, Texas Opening Day Age: 24 (Turns 25 on July 8) M.L. Service: 0.000 Became Cardinal: Selected in the 33rd round (995th overall) of the June 2008 First Year Player Draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 3rd round (78th overall) of the June 2001 First Year Player Draft. • Acquired by the Los Angeles Angels along with LHP Ted Lilly and cash for RHP Brett Wallach, RHP Kyle Smit and INF Blake DeWitt on July 31, 2010. • Acquired by the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for RHP Blake Hawksworth, November 30, 2010.

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2010 SEASON: • Made 29 appearances with 14 starts at Palm Beach (A). All 14 starts came consecutively starting on 6/21. • Posted a 2.27 ERA, which would have led the Florida State League, but failed to qualify by five innings. • Posted the lowest ERA in all of Minor League Baseball after 6/21 with a 1.32 ERA in 81.2 innings pitched. • His nine wins post All-Star Break were T-3rd among all minor league pitchers and he was one of three Cardinals Minor Leaguers to accomplish that feat (Lance Lynn, Brian Broderick). • Led Palm Beach in wins (10), ERA (2.27) and strikeouts (94). • Honored as Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month in August (4-1, 1.18 ERA, 38.0 IP, 36 K). • Won 6 consecutive decisions (7 starts) from 6/18-7/21 & registered a quality start in each of the seven starts. • Struck out a career-high nine batters on 8/6 at Dunedin. • Was 9-2 with a 1.32 in 14 starts as opposed to 1-0 with a 5.33 ERA in 15 relief appearances. • Did not allow a home run all season (441 total batters faced). • Opposing batters only hit .187 (17-91) with runners in scoring position, and only two of the hits were for extra bases. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Made 28 appearances, 21 starts at Quad Cities (A)...ranked T-8th among Cardinals minor league pitchers with seven wins which also tied for the Quad Cities team lead...led Quad Cities with 21 games started and 119.1 innings pitched... named Midwest League Pitcher of the Week (4/27-5/3) going 20 with 8.1 scoreless innings and five strikeouts, highlighted by five no-hit innings at Clinton (5/2)...did not allow an earned run in his first six appearances spanning the month of April and one game into May (18.1 IP, 7 H, 13 K), registered a quality starts in each of the six games throwing 6.0 innings or more...won his last three decisions. 2008 – Made 10 apperances, four starts for Johnson City (R)... struck out a then career-high seven batters in his first professional win vs. Princeton (8/1), allowing one hit over five scoreless innings ...posted the lowest ERA (2.65) among Johnson City pitchers with 30 innings pitched or more. MISC: Was a four-year letter winner at Central H.S. in Pollok, Texas...named 1st team all-district as a sophomore, junior and senior...played college baseball at Stephen F. Austin State University...was a college teammate of current Cardinals catcher Steven Hill...also played collegiately at Texarkana Junior College (2006) and Northwestern State (La.) from 2004-05...resides in Etoile, Texas.

COMPLETE RECORD
Ryan Theriot, who was acquired by the Cardinals this off-season, will combine with second baseman Skip Schumaker to cover the middle infield for St. Louis in 2011. Year Team 2008 Johnson City 2009 Quad Cities 2010 Palm Beach MINOR TOTALS W-L 2-1 7-7 10-2 19-10 ERA 2.65 4.07 2.27 3.15 G 10 28 29 67 GS CG 4 0 21 0 14 0 39 0 GF SHO SV IP 1 0 0 34.0 3 0 1 119.1 1 0 0 107.0 5 0 1 260.1 H 34 116 93 243 R 15 63 35 113 ER 10 54 27 91 HR HBP 1 3 6 5 0 5 7 13 BB IBB 8 0 42 0 38 2 88 2 SO WP 27 6 55 10 94 12 176 28 BK 0 0 0 0 BA .243 .254 .238 .246

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RAUL VALDES
Full Name: Raul Valdes Height: 5-11 Weight: 190 Bats: Left Throws: Left Born: 11/27/77 at La Habana, Cuba Opening Day Age: 33 M.L. Service: 0.143 Became Cardinal: Signed as a minor league free agent on November 19, 2010. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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2004 – Split time as an outfielder and a pitcher while playing for the Dominican Cubs...hit .241 (42-174) with 12 doubles, three triples, three home runs and 26 RBI in 50 games as an outfielder... also went 7-2 with a 0.51 ERA in 16 games, nine starts, as a pitcher...In 87.2 innings, he struck out 152 batters for a 16.88 strikeouts per nine innings ratio...walked only eight batters for a 19-to-1, strikeout-to-walk ratio.

MISC: Defected from Cuba, where he was a member of the Cuban National Team...resides in San Francisco de Macoris, Dominican Republic.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team W-L ERA G 2004 DSL Cubs 7-2 *0.51 16 2005 West Tennessee 2-0 5.09 5 Iowa 6-7 5.93 25 2006 Iowa 1-3 7.59 7 Nashua (Ind.) 2-1 5.09 4 New Jersey (Ind.) 7-3 2.81 17 2007 St. Lucie 0-1 6.14 3 Binghamton 0-1 3.68 20 2008 2009 2010 Buffalo 2-1 3.00 9 New York-NL 3-3 4.91 38 MINOR TOTALS 27-19 3.81 106 MAJOR TOTALS 3-3 4.91 38 * Led League GS CG 9 0 5 0 17 0 7 0 4 0 12 3 1 0 0 0 GF SHO SV IP H R ER HR HBP BB IBB SO WP 5 0 0 87.2 38 8 5 0 1 8 0 *152 10 0 0 0 23.0 28 13 13 1 1 3 0 18 2 3 0 1 98.2 135 71 65 7 4 39 1 73 5 0 0 0 32.0 44 27 27 5 2 20 1 20 1 0 0 0 23.0 30 13 13 1 0 11 0 17 0 1 1 0 83.1 82 33 26 4 7 22 1 62 2 1 0 0 7.1 8 5 5 0 2 6 0 5 0 8 0 1 29.1 35 15 12 3 2 9 2 28 1 DID NOT PITCH IN PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL DID NOT PITCH IN PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL 1 0 0 36.0 34 12 12 3 1 9 0 36 0 8 0 1 58.2 59 33 32 7 4 27 1 56 2 19 1 2 420.1 434 197 178 24 20 127 5 411 21 8 0 1 58.2 59 33 32 7 4 27 1 56 2 BK 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 BA .127 .322 .330 .341 .316 .262 .276 .299

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2010 SEASON: • Appeared in 38 games for the New York Mets, with 37 appearances as a reliever. • Made his first and only career start on 10/2 vs. WSH, throwing a career-high 5.1 innings and allowed one run on three hits, struck out five and walked four in a no-decision of a 7-2 Mets win. • Started out the season at Buffalo (AAA) before being purchased by the Mets on 4/11. • Recorded first ML save on 5/25 vs. PHI, tossing three scoreless innings to close out an 8-0 win. • Made six consecutive scoreless apperances from 7/19-28 covering 10.0 IP. • Recorded 17 appearances of four outs or more; and six appearances of 3.0 IP or more (five in relief). • Collected his first ML hit, a single off Felipe Lopez (4/17 at STL), in his first ML plate appearance during the 18th inning. • Earned his first career win on 5/11 vs. WSH, throwing a shutout inning in an 8-6 win. • Worked a Mets season-high 5.0 innings in relief on 5/20 at WSH to earn his second win of the season, marking the first time a Mets reliever threw 5.0 innings since Darren Oliver in 2007 vs. FLA. • Went 2-1 with a 3.06 ERA (12 earned runs/35.1 innings) in seven starts for Buffalo...Went 7.0 innings twice, in consecutive starts, August 20th and August 25th...Allowed three runs or less in all of his nine outings, seven starts, at Buffalo. • Posted a reverse split with LH batters hitting .330 (29-88), while RH batters only hit .216 (30-139), with 24 of his 27 walks coming against a RH batter. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Pitched for Toros del Este of the Dominican Winter League...went 2-0 with a 2.02 ERA (8 ER/35.2 IP) in 11 games, six starts...allowed 35 hits while walking five and striking out 22 ...allowed more than one earned run in only one of his 11 outings ...limited LH hitters to an .087 (2-23) batting average...as a starter, went 2-0 with a 1.74 ERA (6 ER/31.0 IP)...pitched for the Caribbean World Series Champions from the Dominican Republic posting a 2-0 record with a 4.09 ERA (5 ER/11.0 IP) in two starts against Puerto Rico and Venezuela. 2008 – Pitched for Leones del Escogido of the Dominican Winter League...went 1-1 with an 11.12 ERA (7 ER/5.2 IP) in five games, one start...Allowed 11 hits, with two walks and two strikeouts...as a reliever, went 1-0 with a 5.40 ERA (two earned runs/3.1 innings) in four relief appearances...limited LH batters to a .125 (1-8) BA. 2007 – Split the season between St. Lucie (A) of the Florida State League and Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League...began the season with St. Lucie before being promoted to Binghamton on 5/12 after three appearances, two as a reliever...was exclusively a reliever with Binghamton and was un-scored upon in his final 7.2 innings of work from 8/17 through the end of the season... pitched for Gigantes del Cibao in the Dominican Winter League, going 0-1 with a 5.40 ERA (5 ER/8.1 IP) while making two starts. 2006 – Attended Spring Training with the Chicago Cubs as a non-roster invitee...began the season with Iowa (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League...was released by the Cubs on 5/17...signed with Nashua of the Independent Canadian American League on 6/1 and appeared in four games with the Pride...was traded from Nashua to New Jersey on 6/14 and spent the rest of the season with the Jackals...went 5-1 with a 2.68 ERA (15 ER/50.1 IP) over the final two months of the season...was named the Player of the Week for the week of 7/17-23 and tossed a complete-game shutout while striking out eight in his only start during that period. 2005 – Opened the season with West Tennessee (AA) of the Southern League before being promoted to Iowa (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League on 5/9...earned his first professional save on 8/10 vs. LV, hurling 3.0 scoreless innings.

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REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team AVG 2010 New York (NL) .400 MAJOR TOTALS .400 G 38 38 AB 10 10 R 1 1 H 4 4 2B 3B HR 1 0 0 1 0 0 RBI SH 1 4 1 4 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 SLG OBP .500 .400 .500 .400 E 0 0

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REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
PCT 1.000 G 38 PO 3 A 8 E 0 TC 11

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Signed with the Chicago Cubs as a non-drafted free agent, March 31, 2004. • Signed with Nashua of the Independent Canadian-American League, June 1, 2006. • Traded to New Jersey Jackals, June 14, 2006. • Signed by the New York Mets as a minor league free agent, November 11, 2006. • On loan from the Tabasco Olmecas of the Mexican League to the New York Mets, February 22, 2010. • Signed by the New York Mets to a minor league contract, April 7, 2010. • Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals to a minor league contract, November 19, 2010.

2010 SEASON & CAREER HIGHS
Most IP: 5.1, 10/2 vs. Washington. Most Strikeouts: 6, twice. Last: 5/20 at Washington. Most Hits Allowed: 7, 5/20 at Washington. Most Runs Allowed: 4, five times. Last: 9/15 vs. Pittsburgh. Most Walks: 4, 10/2 vs. Washington. Most HR Allowed: 2, 7/30 vs. Arizona. Longest Winning Streak: 1, three times. Last: 9/15-present. Longest Losing Streak: 2, 6/2-30. Longest Scoreless Streak: 10.0, 7/19-28.

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RAMON VAZQUEZ
Full Name: Ramon Luis Vazquez Height: 5-11 Weight: 195 Bats: Left Throws: Right Born: 8/21/76 at Aibonito, Puerto Rico Opening Day Age: 34 (Turns 35 on August 21) M.L. Service: 7.026 Became Cardinal: Signed as a minor league free agent, January 15, 2011. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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game there...was assigned to Buffalo following the trade and made 17 appearances at shortstop, three at second base and one at third base...recalled by Cleveland on 8/2 and made four starts at second base and two at short for the Indians...tallied lone RBI on 9/17 vs. Kansas City...Hit .212 with five RBI in 39 big league games between Boston and Cleveland. 2004 – Began season with San Diego...was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/21 with a right oblique strain...spent eight games with Triple-A Portland on a rehab assignment before rejoining San Diego on 6/20...optioned to Portland on 6/30 and recalled by San Diego on 9/1...played in 25 of the Padres’ final 31 games, making 13 starts and hitting .324 (22-for-68)...made just one error in 110 total chances with San Diego. 2003 – Spent full season with San Diego and established career highs in runs scored, walks and stolen bases...was Padres mostused shortstop, making 108 appearances (102 starts)...also made four appearances (three starts) at third base and three appearances (two starts) at second base...missed 33 games in June and July due to a strained abdominal muscle...was on the D.L. from 6/1 thru 7/6...played five games on a rehab assignment with Lake Elsinore...scored a career-high four runs on 8/12 at ATL...had four-hit game on 9/24 vs. LA. 2002 – Spent entire season with San Diego...set career highs in games played, at-bats, hits, doubles and triples...ranked third among National League rookies in batting, total bases (153) and on-base percentage (.344)...appeared in the leadoff spot 67 times, assuming the role full time on 6/24...was San Diego’s Opening Day starter at third base, becoming the first Padres rookie to make the Opening Day lineup since first baseman Dave Staton in 1994...hit .188 (19-for-101) in April, but .301 (97-for322) the rest of the way...led San Diego with a .328 average in June and a .326 average in August...his first Major League home run was a grand slam on 6/7 at TB off Ryan Rupe...became the fourth San Diego player to hit a grand slam for his first big league homer (Mike Corkins, Luis Lopez and Ray Holbert). 2001 – Spent full season with Tacoma (Mariner’s AAA)...was

the starting shortstop for the Pacific Coast League in the TripleA All-Star Game...named to Baseball America’s Triple-A All-Star squad and tabbed by the same publication as the “Most Exciting” player in the PCL in its annual “Best Tools” issue...set a club record for fielding percentage by a shortstop, making 12 errors in 126 games played (.979 fielding pct.)...ranked third among league leaders in walks and led Tacoma with a .397 on-base percentage ...reached base safely via a hit or walk in 112 of his 127 games... recalled by Seattle after rosters were expanded in September... made Major League debut on 9/7 vs. BAL and singled as a pinch hitter in first at-bat off R. Kohlmeier...tallied first big league RBI on 9/20 vs. Anaheim...made five starts at shortstop, two at second base and one at third base with Mariners in September...played with Caguas during the Puerto Rican Winter League was was named the league’s MVP after hitting .361 with four homers and 30 RBI in 52 games. 2001 POSTSEASON: Appeared as a defensive replacement at shortstop in Game 3 of the American League Division Series vs. Cleveland...did not appear in the ALCS against New York. 1995 - 2000 – Earned Eastern League All-Star honors in 2000 while spending second straight season with New Haven (AA), who captured the league title...was the starting shortstop at the midseason All-Star Game...in his first season at Double-A New Haven in 1999, made 67 appearances at shortstop, 44 at third base and 16 at second base...ranked fourth in the California League in walks and established a minor league career high in that department in 1998 while with Lancaster...during 1997, he hit eight home runs in 131 games with Wisconsin (Mariners A)... began his professional career with Arizona League Mariners in 1995 after being selected by Seattle in the 27th round of the First-Year Player Draft. MISC: Is a 1994 graduate of Barrio Valle Real High School in Cidra, Puerto Rico...attended Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, Iowa...married to Griselda and the couple have two children; son Nomar (5/10/04) and daughter Sofia (9/8/06)...they reside in Aibonito, Puerto Rico in the off-season.

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NON-ROSTER INVITEE

2010 SEASON: • Spent time in three organizations, playing the season at Triple-A for both Seattle and Houston. • Began spring training with Pittsburgh before being given his unconditional release on 4/12. Seattle signed the infielder on 4/20 and he played 35 games between second base (28), third (3) and shortstop (4) at Tacoma (AAA). • Was released by the Mariners on 6/16 and signed by Houston on 6/25. • At Round Rock, Houston’s Triple-A affiliate, he hit .352 in 16 games. Again split his time at second base (5), third base (6) and shortsop (5) before being released on 7/20. • Played for Caguas during the Puerto Rican Winter League, appearing in 34 games while batting .227. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Made 28 appearances (21 starts) at shortstop, 22 apps. (18 starts) at second base and 14 apps. (nine starts) at third base in his first season with Pittsburgh...was Pittsburgh’s most used pinch hitter, going 10-for-42 (.238)...made first appearance with Pirates on Opening Day; played final three innings at third base and went 1-for-2 at the plate on 4/6 at STL...tied career high with four hits (seventh time) while starting at shortstop on 6/4 vs. NY; also swiped lone base...connected off Chris Volstad for only home run on 7/3 at Florida...limited to pinch hitting duties from 9/19-29 due to discomfort in right knee (results of MRI taken on 9/21 revealed no structural problems). 2008 – Spent entire season with Texas...made 70 appearances (60 starts) at third base, 26 (11 starts) at shortstop, 11 (seven starts) at second base and played one game at first base (5/22 at MIN)...set a career high in RBI...batted .310 and hit all six home runs off right handed pitchers...hit .353 with runners on base, 49-for-133 with three HRs and 37 RBI...assumed starting role at third on 4/26 following Hank Blalock’s injury...batted .368 in May, the second-highest average among American League players...hit first career walkoff home run on 5/12 off SEA’s B. Morrow in 13-12, 10-inning victory...had four hits, which included a walkoff double, matched season high with four RBI 7/29 vs. SEA, plus three errors to become first Major League player since SF’s Bob Brenly to have at least three hits, three RBI and three errors in the same game (Brenly had four errors, three hits and four RBI on 9/14/86 vs. Atlanta)...appeared in 12 of the last 31 games, beginning on 8/25 and started just 22 games after the All-Star break due to the return of Blalock...signed by Pittsburgh on 12/12. 2007 – Began the season with Oklahoma (Rangers’ AAA)...was recalled by Texas on 5/17 and spent remainder of season with Rangers...went 44 games without an error from 7/18 thru 9/13, making appearances at all four infield positions in that time...set a career high in home runs and led all Texas batters in sacrifice bunts...hit .524 (11-for-21) with nine RBI in his first seven games with the Rangers...went 3-for-4 with a home run in debut with Texas on 5/18 at HOU...had five RBI on 5/20 at Houston...went 4-for-6 with two home runs and career high seven RBI in Texas’ 30-3 win on 8/22 at Baltimore (game one); hit a three-run homer off D. Cabrera in the 4th inning and a three-run homer off P. Shuey in the 9th that made the score 30-3 and gave the Rangers the modern-day MLB record for runs in a game. 2006 – Split the season between Cleveland and Buffalo (Indians’ AAA)...was with Cleveland on Opening Day, but hit .179 (5-for28) in 16 games and was optioned to Triple-A on 5/16...was recalled on 6/11...hit lone homer with Indians on 7/24 vs. DET...went 8-for-35 (.229) in second stint with Cleveland and was optioned to Buffalo on 7/28...returned once again to Cleveland on 8/11 and made final appearance with Tribe as a starter at second base that night vs. KC...hit safely in six of his last nine games with the Indians, going 7-for-23 (.304) with seven runs scored...designated for assignment on 8/12 and outrighted to Buffalo on 8/17...signed as free agent by Texas on 11/17. 2005 – Began the season with Boston, where he was used in a utility role for the first three months...made final start with Red Sox at shortstop on 6/26...was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket on 7/4, but was acquired by Cleveland before he appeared in a

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 27th round of the June 1995 First Year Player Draft. • Acquired by San Diego Padres along with C Tom Lampkin, RHP Brett Tomko and cash, in exchange for C Ben Davis, RHP Wascar Serrano and INF Alex Arias, December 11, 2001. • On San Diego disabled list (abdominal strain), June 1 - July 7, 2003; included injury rehabilitation to Lake Elsinore. • On San Diego disabled list (right oblique strain), May 20 - June 20, 2004; included injury rehabilitation to Portland. • Acquired by Boston Red Sox along with OF Jay Payton, RHP David Pauley and cash, in exchange for OF Dave Roberts, December 20, 2004. • Acquired by Cleveland Indians in exchange for INF Alex Cora, July 7, 2005. • Signed by Texas Rangers as a minor league free agent, November 28, 2006. • Signed by Pittsburgh Pirates as a free agent, December 12, 2008. • Signed by Seattle Mariners as a minor league free agent, April 20, 2010. • Signed by Houston Astros as a minor league free agent, June 25, 2010. • Signed by St. Louis Cardinals as a minor league free agent, January 15, 2011.

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC RECORD
Year Team 2009 Puerto Rico WBC TOTALS AVG .158 .158 G 6 6 AB 19 19 R 2 2 H 3 3 2B 3B HR 1 1 0 1 1 0 RBI SH 2 0 2 0 SF HBP 1 0 1 0 BB IBB 3 0 3 0 SO SB CS GDP 5 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 SLG OBP .316 .261 .316 .261 E 0 0

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COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 1995 Ari.Mariners 1996 Everett Tacoma Wisconsin 1997 Wisconsin 1998 Lancaster 1999 New Haven 2000 New Haven 2001 Tacoma Seattle 2002 San Diego 2003 San Diego Lake Elsinore# 2004 San Diego Portland 2005 Boston Buffalo Cleveland 2006 Cleveland Buffalo 2007 Oklahoma Texas 2008 Texas 2009 Pittsburgh 2010 Tacoma Round Rock MINOR TOTALS A.L. TOTALS N.L. TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .206 .278 .224 .300 .269 .276 .258 .286 .300 .229 .274 .261 .188 .235 .299 .197 .214 .250 .209 .242 .258 .230 .290 .230 .216 .352 .270 .249 .258 .254 G 39 33 18 3 131 121 127 124 127 17 128 116 5 52 53 27 21 12 34 28 35 104 105 101 35 16 916 299 397 696 AB 141 126 49 10 479 468 438 405 466 35 423 422 16 115 184 61 84 24 67 99 132 300 300 204 125 54 3276 787 1164 1951 R 20 25 7 1 79 77 58 58 85 5 50 56 3 12 36 6 13 1 11 19 27 42 44 17 13 6 527 109 135 244 H 2B 3B HR 29 3 1 0 35 5 2 1 11 2 1 0 3 1 0 0 129 25 5 8 129 26 4 2 113 27 3 5 116 25 4 8 140 28 1 10 8 0 0 0 116 21 5 2 110 17 4 3 3 0 0 1 27 3 2 1 55 21 1 8 12 2 0 0 18 3 1 0 6 3 0 0 14 2 0 1 24 2 1 2 34 10 2 2 69 13 3 8 87 18 3 6 47 7 0 1 27 8 1 1 19 6 0 0 885 192 27 48 196 38 6 15 300 48 11 7 496 86 17 22 RBI 11 18 4 1 49 72 45 59 79 4 32 30 4 13 34 4 4 1 8 11 13 28 40 16 10 7 421 85 91 176 SH 0 2 0 0 4 4 6 8 4 1 3 5 0 4 4 2 1 0 2 1 1 12 5 0 2 0 37 22 12 34 SF HBP BB IBB SO 0 2 19 0 27 5 1 26 0 26 0 4 12 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 3 3 78 2 93 1 2 81 5 66 3 5 62 4 77 4 2 52 4 76 3 1 76 3 84 1 0 0 0 3 2 1 45 3 79 3 2 52 2 88 0 1 3 0 3 2 0 11 1 24 2 0 33 2 28 0 0 3 0 14 0 0 7 0 16 0 0 2 0 3 2 0 6 0 18 1 0 22 1 27 2 2 24 0 27 2 2 29 0 72 4 0 38 3 66 2 2 31 4 47 0 2 9 0 24 1 0 9 1 8 25 22 507 21 596 9 2 78 4 176 9 5 139 10 238 18 7 217 14 414 SB CS GDP 4 3 2 7 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 16 10 8 15 11 6 8 1 11 1 6 6 9 7 13 0 0 0 7 2 6 10 3 4 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 2 3 1 1 1 0 4 0 1 4 1 0 2 0 0 7 0 0 1 68 44 68 1 1 11 19 6 14 20 7 25 SLG .241 .373 .306 .400 .392 .361 .368 .427 .429 .229 .362 .341 .375 .554 .322 .230 .274 .375 .284 .343 .409 .373 .430 .279 .320 .463 .389 .374 .336 .350 OBP E .309 11 .392 20 .296 1 .417 2 .373 35 .384 31 .354 31 .367 22 .397 12 .222 1 .344 7 .342 14 .350 1 .402 1 .297 3 .234 3 .275 4 .308 0 .267 4 .377 3 .375 3 .300 7 .365 13 .355 2 .279 1 .438 2 .369 182 .315 28 .337 24 .328 52

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Full Name: Adam Parrish Wainwright Height: 6-7 Weight: 228 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 8/30/81 at Brunswick, Georgia Opening Day Age: 29 (turns 30 on August 30) M.L. Service: 5.027 Became Cardinal: Acquired from the Atlanta Braves with pitchers Ray King and Jason Marquis in exchange for outfielders J.D. Drew and Eli Marrero, December 13, 2003. Contract Status: Signed through 2011, with club options for 2012 & 2013.

PITCHER
CAREER: • In four seasons as a starter (since 2007), has the 2nd-lowest ERA among Major League pitchers at 2.93 (Halladay 2.91), is 4th most in wins (64) & his .653 win pct. (64-34) is 7th among MLB hurlers. • Has the Majors 2nd lowest ERA (2.68) to R. Halladay (2.67) since 2008. He is T3rd most wins (50) and his 516 strikeouts rank 20th among MLB pitchers over the past three seasons. • Since the All-Star break of 2007, his 2.68 ERA over that time is tops in the majors, while his 57 wins are 3rd-most among all pitchers (Halladay & C.C. Sabathia, 64). • Finished 2nd in the National League Cy Young vote in 2010, behind Roy Halladay. • Named to the 2010 All-Star team, his first AS game experience. Pitched a perfect 7th and fanned two in the N.L. win. • Finished third in the National League Cy Young vote after the 2009 season, despite receiving the most first-place votes of any player. His finish was just four points shy of teammate Chris Carpengter for 2nd place and 10 behind Cy Young winner Tim Lincecum (SF Giants) for the second-tightest vote in the history of the award. • Won a Rawlings Gold Glove award as voted on by N.L. managers and coaches in 2009. He handled an N.L.-best 56 errorless chances. • Was the Darryl Kile Award recipient in 2008, voted on by his teammates. • Signed a 4-year contract extension on 3/20/08 that includes two club options that, if exercised, would carry through 2013. 2010 SEASON: • Finished another strong season, leading the Majors in several catagories while posting his first 20-win season. • Named to his first All-Star team and threw a scoreless 7th inning while fanning two in the N.L. win. • His 2.42 ERA ranked 2nd in the National League, the 2nd-straight year he finished with an ERA under 3.00. • Collected 20 wins for the first time in his career, 2nd only to R. Halladay (21) & had five complete games, also 2nd in the N.L. • Pitched 230.1 innings, 3rd in the N.L. and his 213 strikeouts ranked 4th. The 213 K’s were one more than his previous career high set in 2009 (212) and the most by a Cardinal since C. Carpenter fanned the same number in 2005. • Set a career low with opponents hitting just .224, 7th among N.L. hurlers. Was also T7th as opponents batted just .200 with runners in scoring position. • Had two shutouts, 6/4 vs. MIL and 8/6 at FLA, matching several Major League pitchers for 2nd most. • Recorded 25 quality starts T1st among N.L. pitchers, beginning the season with seven-straight QS. • Had a Major League record 28 consecutive quality starts at home that was snapped on 9/4 vs. CIN (five runs (2 ER) in 5.0 IP). • Had a 26.0 scoreless innings streak from 7/4-27 and a 25.0 inning scoreless streak from 8/1-18. The streaks were 5th and T7th longest in the N.L., respectively. • Went 19-0 when receiving four or more runs of support. • Was 12-3 with a 1.78 ERA (3rd in N.L.) when pitching at Busch (16 starts). He didn’t lose a home start until 8/18 vs. MIL and tied for Majors lead in home wins. Was 8-8 in 17 road starts with a 3.08 ERA (9th). • His 1.89 day ERA was the lowest among N.L. pitchers, and had an 11-3 record in 15 daytime starts.

# Injury Rehabilitation Assignment

DIvISION SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2001 SEA vs. CLE D.S. TOTALS AVG ----G 1 1 AB 0 0 R 0 0 H 0 0 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 0 0 0 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 0 0 0 0 SO SB CS GDP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SLG OBP --------E 0 0

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position First Base Second Base Third Base Shortstop PCT 1.000 .989 .954 .974 G 11 165 212 275 PO 41 252 110 298 A 0 356 328 598 E 0 7 21 24 TC 41 615 459 920 DP 3 94 47 124

CAREER HIGHS
Most Hits: 4, seven times. Last: 6/4/09 vs. New York Mets. Most Runs: 4, twice. Last: 8/22/07 at Baltimore. Most RBI: 7, 8/22/07 at Baltimore. Most HRs: 2, 8/22/07 at Baltimore. Most BBs: 2, twice. Last: 5/22/08 at Minnesota. Most SBs: 2, twice: Last: 5/2/03 vs. Philadelphia. Longest Hitting Streak: 9 games, 8/3-13/02. Grand Slams: 1, 7/6/02 at Tampa Bay (R. Rupe). Game-Ending HR’s: 1, 5/12/08 vs. Seattle.

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• His 8-0 April winning streak in 12 starts dating to ‘08 was snapped on 4/24 at SF. It was the longest April winning streak among active pitchers (Elias). • Threw his first career complete-game shutout 6/4 vs. MIL in an 8-0 win, retiring the last 18 batters. • Earned his 20th win in his last start, 9/24 at CHI. He became the 4th Cardinals pitcher to record 20 wins under Dave Duncan’s watch, joining Chris Carpenter, Matt Morris and Darryl Kile. • Pinch hit three times in 2010 (0-3). Did not hit a HR for the first time during a full Major League season. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 - Finished 3rd in N.L. Cy Young voting and had the most first-place votes in what was the 2nd-tightest race in the history of the award...was named the National League’s Outstanding Pitcher of the Year by MLBPA Player’s Choice Awards...led the league in wins (19) and innings pitched (233.0) and had a career high 34 starts...was first St. Louis pitcher to lead league in innings pitched since Joaquin Andujar in 1984 (261.1)...his 2.63 ERA was 4th-lowest in the league; 2.05 home ERA ranked 4th and 2.39 night ERA 2nd in the league...was baseball’s first pitcher to 16, 17 and 18 wins...his 212 K’s led all STL pitchers and ranked 4th in NL...went 7-7 with a 2.05 ERA in 19 starts at Busch Stadium... was 12-1, 3.39 ERA in 15 starts on the road - most road wins since Carpenter in 2005 (12)...had a 26-start streak of working at least 6.0 IP snapped on 9/4 at PIT (5.0 IP), the longest Cards streak since Chris Carpenter had 28 games of 6.0 IP or longer from 4/16-9/13/05...also had his 13-straight QS streak snapped on 9/4...in his last 27 starts (191.2 IP/48 ER) posted a 2.25 ERA from 5/16 on - 2.03 ERA if you take away 9/4 start at PIT (6 ER)...went 4-1, 1.17 ERA in six July starts and was 11-3 with a 1.90 ERA (128.0 IP/27ER) in 18 starts after July 1...Cards were 16-6 in his last 22 starts, scoring two runs or less in four of the six losses...struck out 12 batters & allowed only one run in 9.0 innings, but took a no-decision in the Cards’ 2-1 win vs. SF on 7/1...the last pitcher who did not win a game in which he threw at least 9.0 innings, gave up no more than one run and struck out at least 12 batters was Carlos Zambrano, on 7/22/05 in St. Louis ...hit his 2nd HR of the season, 5th career, in 8/14 win over SD... pinch hit six times for Tony La Russa (0-5, SH). 2009 POSTSEASON – Allowed just one run over 8.0 IP in Game 2 of the Division Series in Los Angeles...the lone run was a HR from A. Ethier in the 4th inning...left the game with the lead after allowing three hits, one walk and fanning seven in what was an eventual 3-2 loss. 2008 – Was 11-3 with a 3.20 ERA in 20 starts during an injury shortened season...Cards went 15-5 in his 20 games started...was on the disabled list and missed 65 games from 6/8-8/22 due to a right middle finger sprain...made three rehab appearances, two at Memphis (AAA) and one at Springfield (AA)...was tabbed as the team’s Opening Day starter 3/31 vs. COL, and pitched 3.0 innings before rain forced a postponement and canceled out a 5-1 lead...was one of just two STL starters to pitch a complete game, doing so 4/26 vs. HOU, a 4-3 win...was forced out of his start on 6/7 at HOU after 5.0 IP with a sprain to his right middle finger...went 5-0, 3.35 ERA (40.1 IP/15 ER) with 15 BB & 29 K in seven starts after coming off the DL...was 7-1 with a 2.63 ERA (78.2 IP / 23 ER) in 11 starts at home...pitched 6.0 or more innings in 15 of his 20 starts. 2007 - After a successful season as a reliever, converted back to a starter and was one of team’s most consistant and reliable... his 14 wins were the most ever by a Cardinals pitcher in their initial season in a starting role...with his start on 9/19 vs. PHI became the first Cardinals pitcher to start 30 games in his first season as a starter since teammate Rick Ankiel did so in 2000...Cardinals won 19 of his 32 games started, tops among the team’s starters...was 7-5 after the All-Star break with a 2.71 ERA and in seven road starts after the break, was 5-2 with a 2.60 ERA...had quality starts in 10 of his last 12 outings...went 2-1 with a 1.87 ERA (33.2 IP / 7 ER) over his last five starts at Busch Stadium...led the team with 136 total strikeouts...finished 2-3 with a 3.69 ERA in six June starts, in July was 4-1 with a 3.09 ERA and lowered his August ERA to 2.00, with a 2-1 record in five starts...batted .290 and was 3-for-5 (.600) as a pinch hitter...started the inaugural Civil Rights exhibition game on 3/31 at AutoZone Park in Memphis and earned the win vs. CLE...made his first major league start on 4/6 at HOU and earned a 4-2 win...posted his first CG effort of his career on 8/10 vs. LA, throwing 121 pitches, in 2-1 loss...had not allowed a HR for six-plus starts, covering 47.0 IP, before Dodgers’ James Loney touched him for a 2-run shot in 9th inning with the score knotted at 0-0. 2006 - Rookie opened the season on a Major League roster for the first time in his career and spent his first full season in the Majors...led all St. Louis relievers with 23 Holds & 72 strikeouts ...ranked among NL rookie pitching leaders in ERA (3.12), opponent BA (.230) and games pitched (61)...had 72 K’s in 75.0 IP & 20 multi-K games in 61 apps...had each of the team’s two saves (9/27 vs. SD & 9/30 vs. MIL) after Isringhausen went down with injury on 9/5...earned his first Major League win 5/9 vs. COL, tossing a perfect 8th inn...ended 9.0-inning scoreless streak that spanned seven outings on 5/14 vs. ARI...picked up 1st career save 5/19 at KC as he walked the first batter then retired eight straight...earned win on 5/24 at SF and HRed on the first pitch of his 1st career at-bat, as he joined Hoyt Wilhelm (NY Giants-1952) & John Montefusco (SF Giants-1974) as only relievers to hit their first HR & gain win in the same game...2006 POSTSEASON: In his first postseason action went1-0 with four saves while working 9.2 scoreless IP with 15 strikeouts...earned saves in both the World Series and NLCS clinching wins and was on the mound for final out in all three postseason series...fanned Tigers’ Brandon Inge in WS Game 5 to clinch the Cardinals 10th World Championship - the first time since 1988 that the W.S. ended with a strikeout...picked up the win in WS Game 4 with 1.2 IP, his first win of the postseason...recorded final out in the 9th inning of WS Game 2 with a K...his 2nd save of the NLCS came in series clinching Game 7...allowed back-to-back singles before retiring the next two...he then walked Paul LoDuca to load bases before retiring Carlos Beltran (called 3rd strike) to send the team to its 17th World Series...picked up first save of LCS in Game 5 by striking out the final batter in the 8th with two on and retired the side in the 9th...induced two groundouts to close out the win in LCS Game 2...closed out all three Cardinals wins in the DS against San Diego...worked 1.1 IP, striking out two, to end Game 1 and gained his first save in Game 2 at SD with 1.1 IP, fanning two...worked the final inning in series clinching DS Game 4. 2005 - Earned his first taste of Major League action after a solid season at Triple-A Memphis...posted a 10-10 record, 4.40 ERA in 29 starts for the Redbirds...led the Pacific Coast League with 182.0 IP and ranked 2nd with 147 strikeouts...his 10 wins ranked T-5th in the league...his 29 starts at Memphis tied the club record (Larry Luebbers, 1998) and matched the PCL high...also led the PCL in hits allowed (204), at-bats against (724), total batters faced (793) and wild pitches (12)...won his last three starts at Memphis and allowed just three earned runs over his final 19.0 IP (1.42 ERA)...was recalled to St. Louis prior to 9/6 game and made his Major League debut on 9/11 vs. NY, allowing a 3-run homer (V. Diaz) in 1.0 inning of work...logged a scoreless inning on 9/23 at MIL, his first appearance since his debut...was named the PCL’s Pitcher of the Week for the final week of the season. 2004 - In his first year with St. Louis organization, his first TripleA season started strong before elbow discomfort forced him to discontinue throwing in June...made his final start for Memphis in a loss to Iowa on 6/7...returned to action during the Arizona Fall League season, appearing in four games with Mesa Solar Sox. 2003 - Pitched his first season at the Double-A...was named the Greenville Braves Pitcher of the Year with a 10-8 record and a 3.37 ERA in 27 games (all starts)...in 149.2 IP walked just 37 batters while fanning 128...ranked second in the league in starts and 10th in ERA...earned league Pitcher of the Week honors for 8/22-28...posted a 4-1 record with a 2.06 ERA in August.

ADAM WAINWRIGHT
2002 - Pitching for Class-A Myrtle Beach, led the Carolina League with 167 strikeouts in 163.1 IP while allowing only seven homers ...named the top prospect in the Braves’ organization by Baseball America...earned a roster spot in the MLB Future’s Game in Milwaukee...threw a scoreless fourth inning with a strikeout for the USA team. 2001 - Named the Braves organization’s top pitching prospect and #2 overall by Baseball America...named the Braves’ top pitching prospect by Baseball Weekly...led the organization with 184 strikeouts, breaking Macon’s record and leading the South Atlantic League...was named Best Pitching Prospect in the SAL by Baseball America...his 28 games started tied a team record and his 164.2 innings pitched were third most in Macon Braves history...recorded one walk for every 3.83 K’s on the season, the 13th-best single-season ratio in Macon team history. 2000 - In his first professional season dominated the Gulf Coast League, leading to a promotion after just seven starts... Baseball America rated him the 7th-best prospect in ATL system and the top prospect in the Appalachian League...had a ratio of one walk/6.75 K’s...was named Gulf Coast Braves Pitcher of Year... received the GCL Player of the Week Award for 7/17-23. MISC: Graduated in 2000 from Glynn Academy in Brunswick, Ga....was named the Gatorade Player of the Year in Georgia in 2000, when he was also an All-State selection in football...as a football player, was named All-State as a place kicker and AllRegion as a wide receiver in 1999...was a first-round selection by Atlanta (29th overall) in the June 2000 free-agent draft...was voted by his teammates as recipient of the Darryl Kile award in 2008...he and his wife, Jenny, reside in St. Simons, Ga. and have two daughters, Baylie Grace (9/10/06) and Morgan Addison (10/22/08)...his hobbies include golf and fishing.

COMPLETE RECORD
Year Team 2000 GCL Braves Danville 2001 Macon 2002 Myrtle Beach 2003 Greenville 2004 Memphis 2005 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2006 ST. LOUIS 2007 ST. LOUIS 2008 ST. LOUIS Memphis# Springfield# 2009 ST. LOUIS 2010 ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS * Led League. W-L ERA G 4-0 1.13 7 2-2 3.68 6 10-10 3.77 28 9-6 3.31 28 10-8 3.37 27 4-4 5.37 12 10-10 4.40 29 0-0 13.50 2 2-1 3.12 61 14-12 3.70 32 11-3 3.20 20 0-1 12.27 2 0-0 0.00 1 *19-8 2.63 34 20-11 2.42 33 49-41 3.78 140 66-35 2.97 182 GS CG 5 0 6 0 *28 1 *28 1 27 1 12 0 *29 0 0 0 0 0 32 1 20 1 2 0 1 0 *34 1 33 5 138 3 119 8 GF SHO SV IP H 1 0 0 32.0 15 0 0 0 29.1 28 0 0 0 164.2 144 0 0 0 163.1 149 0 0 0 149.2 133 0 0 0 63.2 68 0 0 0 *182.0 *204 1 0 0 2.0 2 10 0 3 75.0 64 0 0 0 202.0 212 0 0 0 132.0 122 0 0 0 3.2 8 0 0 0 4.2 4 0 0 0 *233.0 216 0 2 0 230.1 186 1 0 0 793.0 753 11 2 3 874.1 802 R 5 13 89 67 59 47 98 3 26 93 51 5 0 75 68 383 316 ER 4 12 69 60 56 38 89 3 26 83 47 5 0 68 62 333 289 HR HBP BB IBB SO WP BK BA 1 0 10 0 42 1 1 .136 3 1 2 0 39 1 0 .252 9 8 48 1 *184 9 2 .230 7 10 66 0 *167 11 3 .240 9 7 37 0 128 4 2 .242 12 3 28 0 64 2 1 .280 18 5 51 0 147 *12 1 .282 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 .250 6 4 22 2 72 3 0 .230 13 9 70 4 136 6 0 .269 12 3 34 1 91 3 0 .245 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 .444 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 .222 17 3 66 1 212 7 0 .244 15 4 56 2 213 2 0 .224 60 34 243 1 781 40 10 .249 64 23 249 10 724 21 0 .244

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Year Team 2006 STL vs. SD 2009 STL vs. LA D.S. TOTALS W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 ERA 0.00 1.13 0.77 G 3 1 4

ADAM WAINWRIGHT
IP 3.2 8.0 11.2 H 3 3 6 R 0 1 1 ER 0 1 1 HR HBP 0 0 1 1 1 1 BB IBB 0 0 1 0 1 0 SO WP 6 0 7 0 13 0 BK 0 0 0 BA .214 .111 .146

DIvISION SERIES RECORD
GS CG 0 0 1 0 1 0 GF SHO SV 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round (29th player overall) of the June 2000 free-agent draft. • Acquired by the St. Louis Cardinals along with LHP Ray King and RHP Jason Marquis in exchange for OF J.D. Drew and OF Eli Marrero, December 13, 2003. • Signed a four-year contract extension with St. Louis that includes two club options, March 20, 2008. • On St. Louis disabled list (right middle finger sprain), June 8 to August 22, 2008; included rehabilitation assignments at Memphis (AAA) and Springfield (AA).

LEAGuE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2006 STL vs. NY W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 3 GS CG 0 0 GF SHO SV 3 0 2 IP 3.0 H 2 R 0 ER 0 HR HBP 0 0 BB IBB 1 0 SO WP 4 0 BK 0 BA .182

WORLD SERIES RECORD
Year Team 2006 STL vs. DET
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ERA 0.00

G 3

GS CG 0 0

GF SHO SV 3 0 1

IP 3.0

H 2

R 0

ER 0

HR HBP 0 0

BB IBB 1 0

SO WP 5 1

BK 0

BA .182
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ALL-STAR GAME RECORD
Year Team 2010 National W-L 0-0 ERA 0.00 G 1 GS CG 0 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 1.0 H 1 R 0 ER 0 HR HBP 0 0 BB IBB 1 0 SO WP 2 0 BK 0 BA .250

REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
Position PCT Pitcher .974 * Rawlings Gold Glove award winner in 2009. G 182 PO 71 A 120 E 5 TC 196 DP 10

REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .167 .223 G 37 203 AB 84 301 R 4 22 H 14 67 2B 3B HR 5 0 0 16 1 5 RBI SH 6 5 23 22 SF HBP 0 0 1 0 BB IBB 7 0 13 0 SO SB CS GDP 23 0 0 2 87 0 2 3 SLG OBP .226 .231 .332 .254 E 1 5

Home Runs: 5/24/06 at SF (N. Lowry, 5th inning, solo), 8/5/07 at WSH (M. Chico, 4th inning, solo); 4/16/08 vs. MIL (C. Villanueva, 2nd inning, solo); 5/26/09 at MIL (J. Suppan, 4th inning, solo) & 8/14/09 vs. SD (M. Latos, 3rd inning, solo).

2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 9.0, four times. Last: 8/6 at Florida. Most Strikeouts: 12, 5/25 at San Diego. Most Walks: 5, 6/9 at Los Angeles Dodgers. Most Runs Allowed: 6, 7/27 at New York Mets. Most Hits Allowed: 12, 9/14 vs. Chicago. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 6/24 at Toronto. Longest Winning Streak: 4 games, 6/29-7/17. Longest Losing Streak: 4 games, 8/18-9/4. Longest Scoreless Streak: 26.0 IP, 7/4-27. Complete Games: 5. Last: 8/6 at Florida. Low-Hit Complete Game: 2, twice. Last: 8/6 at Florida. Shutouts: 2. Last: 8/6 at Florida. 10+ Strikeout Games: 1, 5/25 at San Diego (12).

CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 9.0, seven times. Last: 8/6/10 at Florida. Most IP (Relief): 3.0, two times. Last: 5/24/06 at San Francisco. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 12, twice. Last: 5/25/10 at San Diego. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 4, 8/30/06 vs. Florida. Most Walks (Starter): 5, four times. Last: 6/9/10 at Los Angeles Dodgers. Most Walks (Relief): 2, four times. Last: 7/15/06 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 9, 9/24/07 at Milwaukee. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 4, 8/13/06 at Pittsburgh. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 12, three times. Last: 9/14/10 vs. Chicago. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 4, three times. Last: 8/13/06 at Pittsburgh. Most HRs Allowed: 3, four times. Last: 6/24/10 at Toronto. Longest Winning Streak: 9 games, 6/7/08-4/29/09. Longest Losing Streak: 4 games, 8/18-9/4/10 Longest Scoreless Streak: 26.0 IP, 7/4-27/10. Complete Games: 8. Last: 8/6/10 at Florida (9.0 innings). Low-Hit Complete Game: 2, twice, 8/6/10 at Florida. Shutouts: 2. Last: 8/6/10 at Florida. 10+ Strikeout Games: 4. Last: 5/25/10 at San Diego (12). Last Relief Appearance: 9/30/06 vs. Milwaukee.

Pitcher Adam Wainwright and catcher Yadier Molina were National League Rawlings Gold Glove winners at their positions in 2009.

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Full Name: Phillip DeWayne Walters Height: 6-4 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 3/12/85 at Dothan, Alabama Opening Day Age: 26 M.L. Service: 0.073 Became Cardinal: Selected in 11th round (346th overall) of the June 2006 free-agent draft. Contract Status: Signed through 2011.

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Cities...did not allow a run in six straight games spanning 28.0 innings from 5/3-5/27...had a 30-inning scoreless streak from 5/3-5/31...recorded nine-or-more strikeouts in three of his five starts at Palm Beach, with a high of 10 coming in his first start there on 6/22 vs. Jupiter...struck out 10 batters on 8/21 vs. Tulsa, most by a Springfield pitcher in 2007...started a pair of playoff games for Springfield and went 0-1 with a 2.57 ERA (14.0 IP/4 ER)...his 14.0 playoff innings tied for most in the Texas League postseason ...combined at his three stops to limit right-handed batters to a .229 batting average (81-for-353)...rated the Cardinals 16th-best prospect by Baseball America. 2006 – Allowed three runs in 16.0 innings (1.69 ERA), with two walks and 16 strikeouts in 12 outings at home for State College... went 11-3 with a 3.20 ERA and 166 strikeouts at the University of South Alabama...named third team All American by Baseball

America and second team by Collegiate Baseball...was named the Sun Belt Conference Co-Pitcher of the Year and was a firstteam all-league selection after becoming the career strikeout and innings pitched leader at South Alabama...for the year between his college and pro seasons, combined to strike out 197 and walk 42 in 182.1 innings. MISC: Attended the University of South Alabama where he was Sun Belt Conference All-Star and Pitcher of the Year in 2006... recorded a 36-1 prep record at Faith (Ala.) Academy...went 130 as a high school senior with 123 strikeouts and just four walks in 85.0 innings for a 0.66 ERA...holds school records for career wins, single-season wins, single-season strikeouts, single-season ERA and fewest walks in a season at Faith Academy...signed by Scott Nichols...resides in Daphne, Alabama with his wife, Brittney.
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COMPLETE RECORD
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2010 SEASON: • Recalled three times during the season, the first coming 5/22 after going 1-0, 0.48 ERA in 19.0 IP in Memphis during May. • Both of his wins with St. Louis came in scoreless starts (5/27 at SD & 9/29 vs. PIT). • His 7.0 scoreless innings vs. PIT (9/29) marked a career-high in innings pitched. • Had three relief appearances of 4.0 IP, tying for 2nd longest relief appearance on the team. • Threw five scoreless innings at SD on 5/27, allowing four hits for his first win of the season. • Posted an 8-5 record with a 3.81 ERA in Memphis (AAA) in 18 starts (19 app.). • Made two starts in the PCL playoffs (1-0, 5.40 ERA, 7 ER, 11.2 IP) including an opening round win vs. Oklahoma City (9/9). • Missed qualifying for PCL ERA qualifiers by 7.0 IP, but would have ranked 4th with a 3.81 ERA (108.2 IP). • Ranked 15th in the PCL in strikeouts with 106, despite throwing 23 fewer innings than anyone in the Top 10. • Named PCL Pitcher of the Week (5/10-5/16). • Rated with “Best Changeup” in the Cards organization for second straight year by Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. • Missed much of spring training while cherishing time with his wife, Brittney, and their newborn daughter, Annabelle Faith, who passed after just seven weeks. • Pitched in just one spring training game for STL (3/21 at ATL; 1.0 IP), in a spot start for Brad Penny that was rained out. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 –Made one start in Memphis (AAA) before getting called up to St. Louis on 4/17 for an emergency start at Chicago...registered no decision in his Major League debut at CHC (4/17) in 4.0 IP, yielding three runs on six hits while fanning seven...came on in relief seven times in St. Louis...appeared in 21 games for Memphis, starting 20, and finished second with 113 strikeouts and first with two complete games...was tied for fifth among Cardinals minor leaguers in wins (8) and fifth in strikeouts (113)...snapped a career-high six-game losing streak with seven scoreless innings vs. RR (7/6)...followed losing skid with five consecutive wins from 7/6-8/10, compiling a 1.58 ERA in 34.2 IP with 46 strikeouts (11.94 K/9 IP)...struck out career-best 14 batters (T-5th in the minors in ‘09) in win at NO (7/25) hurling 6.0 innings...followed 14 strikeout game with a 13 strikeout game the next start in a complete game (7.0 IP) win vs. RR (7/31)...made his only Memphis relief appearance (T. Wellemeyer rehab outing) tossing a team-high 6.1 IP, allowing one run while fanning eight at NVL (8/31)...received a no-decision in first playoff start (Game 2) at ABQ (9/10) pitching 4.2 innings with three runs (1 ER) on nine hits... started AAA Championship vs. DUR and left with no decision after 4.0 innings, allowing four runs on seven hits...rated with “Best Changeup” and “Best Control” in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America’s “Best Tools” survey. 2008 – Started at Double-A Springfield but spent most of his season with Triple-A Memphis...fanned a combined 156 batters to lead all Cardinals minor leaguers...his 29 games started and 158.0 IP also led all pitchers...after six April starts at Springfield was promoted to Memphis where he made 23 starts...his 122 strikeouts paced the Redbirds’ squad (7th in the Pacific Coast League) and his 122.0 IP were second on the club...went 4-0 in six May starts...struck out a month-high 36 in August, but also walked 22. 2007 – Climbed three levels in his first full professional season and earned the Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Year Award...topped Cardinals minor leaguers with a 2.55 ERA and 147 strikeouts and was tied for second with 12 wins...issued a total of 33 walks in a combined 151.2 IP, an average of 1.96 walks per 9.0 IP...named Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for May as he went 4-0 with an 0.88 ERA (30.2 IP/ 3 ER) for Quad Year Team 2006 State College 2007 Quad Cities Palm Beach Springfield 2008 Springfield Memphis 2009 Memphis ST. LOUIS 2010 Memphis ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS MAJOR TOTALS W-L 2-1 6-1 3-1 3-4 1-2 9-4 8-10 0-0 8-5 2-0 40-28 2-0 ERA G 3.56 26 2.62 17 2.67 5 2.37 8 3.25 6 4.87 23 4.54 21 9.56 8 3.81 19 6.00 7 3.81 125 7.24 15 GS CG 0 0 10 0 5 0 8 1 6 0 23 0 20 2 1 0 18 0 3 0 90 3 4 0 GF SHO SV IP 19 0 8 30.1 4 0 1 68.2 0 0 0 33.2 0 0 0 49.1 0 0 0 36.0 0 0 0 122.0 0 0 0 121.0 4 0 0 16.0 0 0 0 108.2 3 0 0 30.0 23 0 9 569.2 7 0 0 46.0 H 29 59 29 42 35 123 128 21 106 32 551 53 R 15 25 10 13 17 71 73 19 51 20 275 39 ER 12 20 10 13 13 66 61 17 46 20 241 37 HR HBP BB IBB 1 2 9 0 2 9 12 0 2 1 6 0 4 4 15 0 5 3 8 0 17 8 62 2 6 10 44 1 6 0 9 1 12 8 30 1 5 0 10 0 49 45 186 4 11 0 19 1 SO WP BK BA 31 2 0 .242 73 4 0 .229 37 1 0 .225 37 3 0 .228 34 2 0 .252 122 11 1 .266 113 10 0 .271 14 0 0 .304 106 3 1 .254 22 0 0 .276 553 36 2 .252 36 0 0 .286

REGuLAR SEASON BATTING RECORD
Year Team 2010 ST. LOUIS MAJOR TOTALS AVG .000 .000 G 7 15 AB 7 10 R 0 0 H 0 0 2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 RBI SH 0 1 0 3 SF HBP 0 0 0 0 BB IBB 1 0 1 0 SO SB CS GDP 5 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 SLG OBP .000 .125 .000 .091 E 0 0

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REGuLAR SEASON FIELDING RECORD
PCT 1.000 G 15 PO 2 A 4 E 0 TC 6

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2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 7.0, 9/29 vs. Pittsburgh. Most Strikeouts: 6, 9/22 at Pittsburgh. Most Walks: 3, 6/7 at Los Angeles Dodgers. Most Runs Allowed: 7, 6/1 vs. Cincinnati. Most Hits Allowed: 8, 6/1 vs. Cincinnati. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 6/1 vs. Cincinnati. Longest Winning Streak: 2 games, 5/27-present. Longest Scoreless Streak: 8.0 IP, 9/22-present.

CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 7.0, 9/29/10 vs. Pittsburgh. Most IP (Reliever): 4.0, three times. Last: 9/22/10 at Pittsburgh. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 7, 4/17/09 at Chicago Cubs. Most Strikeouts (Reliever): 6, 9/22/10 at Pittsburgh. Most Walks (Starter): 2, two times. Last: 5/27/10 at San Diego. Most Walks (Reliever): 3, 6/7/10 at Los Angeles Dodgers. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 7, 6/1/10 vs. Cincinnati. Most Runs Allowed (Reliever): 6, three times. Last: 6/7/10 at L.A. Dodgers. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 8, 6/1/10 vs. Cincinnati. Most Hits Allowed (Reliever): 7, two times. Last: 9/22/10 at Pittsburgh. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 6/1/10 vs. Cincinnati. Longest Winning Streak: 2 games, 5/27/10-present. Longest Scoreless Streak: 8.0 IP, 9/22-present.

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JAKE WESTBROOK
Full Name: Jacob Cauthen Westbrook Height: 6-3 Weight: 215 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 9/29/77 at Athens, Georgia Opening Day Age: 33 M.L. Service: 9.144 Became Cardinal: Acquired from Cleveland Indians as part of three-team trade with San Diego, July 31, 2010 (see transactions for details). Contract Status: Signed through 2012 with a mutual option for 2013.

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CAREER: • From 2003-2010, has a 2.77 ground ball/fly ball ratio, which ranks 3rd among all MLB pitchers during that time. • Is ninth among all pitchers with 162 GIDP induced from 2003 to present and ranks T22nd among active pitchers with 174 GIDP induced. Led all MLB pitchers with 107 double plays induced from 2004-07. • His 388 total chances rank 9th among active pitchers since becoming a regular starter in 2003 & he’s tops with 3.01 TC/9 IP. 2010 SEASON: • Joined St. Louis in a trade deadline deal with Cleveland and pitched at the Major League level for a National League team for the first time in his career. • Posted his first 30-start season since 2006; making 21 starts for Cleveland and 12 for St. Louis. • Proved to be a solid starter for the Cardinals down the stretch, with quality starts in 9 of 12 starts and 18 overall. Pitched 5.0 innings or more in 29 of his 33 starts overall. • Led the team with a 3-1 mark and a 2.92 ERA in Sept./Oct.. His 76.9 ground ball pct. from the time of his acquisition (7/31) led all STL starters. He tied C. Carpenter for 2nd among ML pitchers with 65 total chances. • Ranked 3rd in MLB in ground ball/fly ball ratio (2.62), induced 22 GDPs which ranked T20th among all pitchers and was also 20th with 0.98 GDP/9.0 IP. • Threw a complete game (13th career) in 5-1 win at BAL on 5/16 while with Cleveland, his first CG since 4/8/08 at LAA. • Was acquired from Cleveland on July 31, in a three-team trade that sent OF Ryan Ludwick to San Diego. • Fanned 16 batters (7 and 9) in his first two starts as a Cardinal pitcher tying the club high since 1920. • Tied his season high with 9 strikeouts in a game twice after joining St. Louis: 8/7 at FLA and 10/1 vs. COL. • Threw 8.0 scoreless innings vs. SD on 9/16 - his first scoreless outing of 8.0 IP or more since 8/23/07 at Detroit. • Underwent surgery for a torn labrum in his left (non-pitching) shoulder following the season. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2009 – Season was limited to just three minor league rehab starts as he recovered from June 2008 reconstructive right elbow surgery followed by elbow/forearm tightness during his rehab that halted his comeback...rehabbed in Goodyear, AZ in spring training and over the first two months of the regular season before making two rehab starts at Double-A Akron on 6/6 and 6/12...was shut down from throwing for three weeks before resuming the rehab trail and made one more start at Akron on 8/4 before experiencing more soreness in the elbow region and ordered not to throw for six weeks, effectively ending a timetable to pitch for the Indians in the regular season...began rehabbing again in October and made four starts for Ponce in the Puerto Rican Winter League beginning on 11/28 (13.1 IP). 2008 – Was limited to just five starts as he spent a pair of stints on the disabled list and underwent season ending right elbow surgery on 6/12...tossed the 12th complete game of his career and the first by an Indian in 2008 in his start at LAA on 4/8...placed on the 15-day DL on 4/22 with a strained left intercostal muscle suffered in the 7th inning of his start in MIN on 4/19...at the time of his DL he was 1-2 with a 2.73 ERA over four starts (29.2 IP, 9ER)...made rehab starts at Lake County on 5/18 and Akron (AA) on 5/23... activated from DL on 5/28 and started that day against the Chicago White Sox in what turned out to be his final start of the year...was placed on the DL on 6/3 with right elbow inflammation and was later diagnosed with a torn ligament in his throwing elbow...underwent UCL ligament reconstruction on his right elbow in Anaheim, Calif. by Dr. Lewis Yocum on 6/12...underwent successful right hip arthroscopic surgery in Nashville, Tenn. by Dr. Thomas Byrd on 9/5.

2006 – Had an outstanding season, winning 15 games for the second consecutive season as he topped the 200.0 inning mark and led the Indians pitching staff for the third straight season...had three CGs (T3rd in A.L.) and two SHOs (T1st) and he was T10th in innings (team-high 211.1 IP)...became one of four AL pitchers to post at least 14 wins in each of the three seasons since 2004 (J. Santana, K. Rogers & C. Lee)...led MLB with 36 GIDP’s induced...also led the Majors with 74 total chances at pitcher for the 2nd straight season (has led AL for last three seasons)...his 2.88 home ERA was 2nd in the AL vs. road ERA of 5.40...led team with 18 quality starts...allowed 0.64 HR/ 9.0 IP, the 3rd lowest in the AL...was 2nd in the American League with a ground ball /fly ratio of 3.01...in the Indians 7-6 win over BOS on 8/3 in Fenway Park allowed a career-high 15 hits becoming the first pitcher since MON’s John Dobson on 7/3/88 vs. Atlanta to win despite allowing 15 or more hits...tossed his 2nd shutout of the season in his next start, just the third pitcher in the past 50 years to throw a CG-shutout after allowing at least 15 hits in his previous appearance (Roger Clemens, 1988; Jack Billingham, 1977). 2005 – After starting the year 2-9 through 6/9 went 13-6 in 21 starts from 6/14 thru the end of the season...finished the season T8th in wins (15) and T3rd in losses, the first big league pitcher since Chuck Finley in 1996 (15-16) to win and lose 15 games (Gaylord Perry was the last Indian,19-19 in1973)...finished 10th in the AL in innings pitched (210.2) and T3rd in starts (34)...made his first career Opening Day start on 4/4 in Chicago, a tough-luck 1-0 loss to the Sox and Mark Buehrle in the franchise’s first ever 1-0 loss on opening day, pitching a complete game in the effort ...led all Major League pitchers with 82 total chances (2 E, .976 fielding). 2004 – Was one of the top starters in the AL as he finished the season with the 3rd lowest ERA (3.38) and was named to his first AL All-Star Team...also finished tied for the AL lead with 5 CG’s, the most by an Indian since Bartolo Colon (6) in 1998...T8th in wins (14) and T9th with 215.2 IP among A.L. pitchers...led the team in wins (14) and innings (professional-high 215.2 IP) after starting the season in a relief role...was the first Indian since Charles Nagy in 1996 (3.41) to place in the top 3 in the AL in ERA ...worked at least 8.0 IP seven times and topped the 200.0 IP mark for the 1st time...his 2.36 home ERA was the lowest in the AL...his .308 on-base % allowed was 6th lowest mark while his .386 slugging % was the 4th lowest in the league...his 2.72 fly ball ratio (435G/160F) was the 2nd best in the A.L. to Derek Lowe and he

2003 – Spent most of the year in Cleveland between the rotation and the bullpen...finished 3rd among all American League pitchers with 26 GIDP’s induced...spent the month of June in the bullpen, going 1-1 with 1.93 ERA in 11 relief appearances...optioned to Buffalo (AAA) on 6/29 in order to return to the rotation...was recalled prior to start on 7/12 vs. CWS...tossed his first career CG at DET on 9/4, a 2-1 loss...went 1-2 with a 2.01 ERA in four September starts and limited hitters to a .210 average against. 2002 – Limited to just 41.2 innings and 11 apps. after spending most of the season on the Major League disabled list...began the year on the 15-day DL after surgery on his right elbow to remove bone spurs and transpose his ulnar nerve on 2/26 in Cleveland...was limited to just two bullpen sessions at the start of Major League spring training camp in Winter Haven before his surgery...officially placed on the 15-day DL 3/30...rehabbed at extended spring training from the middle of March until midJune...activated off the DL to start the second half on 7/11...was shut down for the season after start on 8/25 due to continued soreness in elbow...MRI on 8/31 revealed a bone bruise in his right elbow. 2001 – Spent his first season in the Indians organization between AAA Buffalo and the big leagues...was with the Major League club five different stints in 2001...began the year at Buffalo and saw the Major Leagues from 4/10-22, 5/29-6/1, 6/2-5, 6/15-7/31 and 8/24 through the remainder of the season...made his Indians debut on 4/11 at CWS...his first 10 appearances in the big leagues came in relief, compiling a mark of 1-0 with a 2.75 ERA...picked up his first Major League win in the Tribe’s 4-2 win over MIN on 6/20...made his first start of the season 7/3 vs. BOS, picking up his first career win as a starter...despite spending 107 days in Cleveland, compiled a record of 8-1 with a 3.20 ERA in 12 starts at Buffalo. 2000 – Spent the season in the Yankees organization between Triple-A Columbus, New York and the disabled list...began the year at Columbus after his option out of Major League camp on 3/7...made his first 13 starts of the season at Triple-A before being recalled by the Yankees on 6/17...made his Major League debut 6/17 vs. CWS at Yankee Stadium, taking the loss, 10-9, allowing 6 ER in 1.2 innings...appeared in relief the next day against CWS and then made his second and last start at the big league level 6/22 at BOS...optioned back to Columbus 6/23... made three appearances in Columbus before going on the

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2007 – Had an up and down season and finished on a strong note...was 5-5 with a 3.44 ERA in 16 second-half starts ...finished with the best ERA in MLB in August (1.90) and was 4-1 in 42.2 IP (2nd in AL)...finished fourth in the A.L. in second half IP (104.2) and seventh in 2nd half ERA (3.44, min 80.0 IP)...went 6.0 IP or more in 20 of 25 starts...was pulled after 1.1 IP on 5/2 vs. TOR and was later diagnosed with a left oblique strain and placed on the disabled list on 5/7, his first DL since the end of 2002 season... activated from the DL on 6/24 and worked 7.0 IP at WSH...went 37.2 IP without allowing a HR, including a span of six straight starts (4/27-7/13)...struck out a career-high nine on 9/23 vs. OAK, picking up the victory in the AL Central division clincher...did not commit an error in 48 TC (most TC in A.L. among pitchers without an E). 2007 POSTSEASON: Went 1-2 with a 5.60 ERA in three postseason starts (17.2 IP, 11 ER)...in two ALCS starts vs. BOS was 1-1 with a 3.55 ERA (12.2 IP, 5 ER)...in Game 7 start at BOS became the first starter to go 6.0 IP vs. Sox in 2007 playoffs.

was 4th in the league with 29 GIDP’s induced....0.79 HR / 9.0 IP was the 5th best in the league...batters hit .223 with RISP against him, 8th lowest in A.L...named to his 1st All-Star Team on 7/10 to replace the injured Curt Schilling (DNP)...started the season in relief on 4/6 and took the loss at MIN, throwing 3.0 shutout IP before allowing an RBI single in the 15th inning that gave the Twins a 7-6 win...had a sparkling outing in relief on 4/19 vs. DET after starter Jeff D’Amico failed to record an out prior to a 65 min. rain delay - entered the game in the 1st inning with no one out and two men on and retired all 21 batters he faced in 7.0 IP...it was the longest relief outing by an Indian since Dave Burba on 8/17/01 vs. Anaheim (7.0 IP)...became the first pitcher since 1969 to pitch 7.0 perfect innings in relief...pitched a career-high 9.0 IP in his 2nd CG of his career in his next outing and first start on 4/25 at DET...retired the first 5 hitters of the game, giving him 27 in row retired dating back to appearance on 4/14 vs.MIN...earned AL Player of the Week honors 4/19-26, going 10 with a 1.13 ERA for the week (16.0IP, 2H, 2ER, 10K).

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disabled list with what was originally diagnosed as a strained left oblique muscle...was acquired by the Indians on 7/25 and transferred to the Buffalo (AAA) disabled list...injury was later diagnosed as a broken rib...tabbed as the 7th-best prospect in the Indians organization by Baseball America after the season. 1999 – Pitched in the Montreal system for the second straight year before being traded to the New York Yankees for RHP Hideki Irabu on 12/22...for the third straight season recorded a doubledigit win total, made at least 27 starts and topped 170.0 inning plateau...in his final 14 starts 6/23-9/3, was 9-1 with a 1.93 ERA ...was named Expos Minor League Pitcher of the Month in August, going 5-0 with a 1.91 ERA...after the trade was named the 10thbest prospect in the Yankee organization by Baseball America. 1996 - 1998 – Split his first pro season (1996) between the Rockies Arizona Rookie League squad and Portland (A)...his 2.87 ERA was the 8th-best mark in the Arizona Rookie League ...played for Asheville (A) in the South Atlantic League in 1997 and finished T1st in the SAL with 14 wins...had two shutouts (T2nd in the SAL) and his three CGs and 170.0 IP were both T5th in the league...was traded to the Expos for 2B Mike Lansing on 12/16/97...pitched at Jupiter (A) in the Florida State League in 1998 in the Expos system, finishing 2nd in the FSL with 171.0 IP with his 3.26 ERA ranked 8th. MISC: Was the 21st overall pick in the 1996 draft out of Madison County (Ga.) High School...played baseball and basketball while in high school...tossed six no-hitters over his last two seasons of high school ball and during his senior season was 9-1 with a 1.11 ERA and 110 K’s in 63.0 IP...his father, Cauthen, played baseball and basketball at the University of Georgia and Jake remains an ardent follower of Georgia Bulldog athletics...Jake had signed a letter of intent at Georgia before signing with the Rockies...participated in MLB’s Rookie Development Program in January 2000...was a regular contributor to Cleveland Indians Charities, providing assistance for youth baseball and softball programs in the City of Cleveland, and participated in the Tribe’s “Shop With A Pro” event...enjoys fishing in the off-season...Jake and his wife, Heather (12/12/98), have two sons, Jacob Parker (9/27/05) & Keaton Daniels (11/15/07) and one daughter, Harper Tennille (9/9/10)...the family resides in Danielsville, GA. Year Team 2007 CLE vs. NYY W-L ERA 0-1 10.80 G 1 GS CG 1 0 GF SHO SV 0 0 0 IP 5.0 H 9 R 6

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ER 6 HR HBP 1 0 BB IBB 0 0 SO WP 1 0 BK 0 BA .409

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COMPLETE PITCHING RECORD
Year Team 1996 AZL Rockies Portland 1997 Asheville 1998 Jupiter 1999 Harrisburg 2000 Columbus New York (AL) 2001 Buffalo Cleveland 2002 Akron# Buffalo# Cleveland 2003 Cleveland Buffalo 2004 Cleveland 2005 Cleveland 2006 Cleveland 2007 Cleveland Buffalo# Akron# Lake County# 2008 Cleveland Lake County# Akron# 2009 Akron# 2010 Cleveland ST. LOUIS MINOR TOTALS A.L. TOTALS N.L. TOTALS ST. LOUIS M.L. TOTALS # Injury Rehabilitation. W-L ERA G 4-2 2.87 11 1-1 2.55 4 14-11 4.29 28 11-6 3.26 27 11-5 3.92 27 5-7 4.65 16 0-2 13.50 3 8-1 3.20 12 4-4 5.85 23 0-1 4.80 3 1-0 6.00 1 1-3 5.83 11 7-10 4.33 34 1-0 0.00 2 14-9 3.38 33 15-15 4.49 34 15-10 4.17 32 6-9 4.32 25 0-1 8.44 2 0-1 15.43 1 0-1 7.20 1 1-2 3.12 5 0-0 2.45 1 0-0 0.00 1 0-1 2.00 3 6-7 4.65 21 4-4 3.48 12 56-38 3.77 140 69-71 4.34 221 4-4 3.48 12 4-4 3.48 12 73-75 4.29 233 GS CG SHO 11 0 0 4 0 0 27 3 2 27 2 0 27 2 2 15 2 0 2 0 0 12 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 22 1 0 2 0 0 30 5 1 34 2 0 32 3 2 25 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 21 1 0 12 0 0 138 9 4 181 13 3 12 0 0 12 0 0 193 13 3 GF SV IP H 0 0 62.2 66 0 0 24.2 22 0 0 170.0 176 0 0 171.0 169 0 0 174.2 180 0 0 89.0 94 1 0 6.2 15 0 0 64.2 60 3 0 64.2 79 0 0 15.0 13 0 0 6.0 8 1 0 41.2 50 4 0 133.0 142 0 0 10.0 0 2 0 215.2 208 0 0 210.2 218 0 0 211.1 247 0 0 152.0 159 0 0 5.1 9 0 0 2.1 5 0 0 5.0 6 0 0 34.2 33 0 0 3.2 3 0 0 6.0 3 0 0 9.0 8 0 0 127.2 133 0 0 75.0 70 0 0 819.0 822 11 0 1198.0 1284 0 0 75.0 70 0 0 75.0 70 11 0 1273.0 1354 R 33 8 93 70 88 53 10 27 43 8 4 30 70 0 95 121 106 78 7 4 5 13 1 0 2 68 31 403 634 31 31 665 ER 20 7 81 62 76 46 10 23 42 8 4 27 64 0 81 105 98 73 5 4 4 12 1 0 2 66 29 343 578 29 29 607 HR HBP BB IBB 0 8 14 0 1 1 5 0 16 15 55 0 11 11 60 0 14 13 63 1 3 4 38 0 1 0 4 1 2 8 23 0 6 4 22 3 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 6 1 12 1 9 12 56 1 0 0 4 0 19 5 61 3 19 7 56 3 15 4 55 4 13 6 55 5 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 15 6 44 4 5 2 24 0 49 63 277 1 108 46 372 26 5 2 24 0 5 2 24 0 113 48 396 26 SO WP 57 4 19 2 92 3 79 4 90 2 61 2 1 0 45 0 48 4 8 1 2 0 20 1 58 3 7 1 116 4 119 3 109 5 93 3 5 0 1 0 5 2 19 1 4 0 2 0 6 2 73 6 55 2 483 23 656 30 55 2 55 2 711 32 BK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 BA .269 .237 .269 .264 .274 .272 .469 .249 .306 .228 .333 .296 .281 .000 .255 .265 .296 .276 .375 .500 .286 .256 .231 .167 .242 .273 .242 .265 .277 .242 .242 .275 2010 SEASON HIGHS Most IP: 9.0, 5/16 at Baltimore. Most Strikeouts: 9, twice. Last: 10/1 vs. Colorado. Most Walks: 5, three times. Last: 9/11 at Atlanta. Most Runs Allowed: 6, 6/6 at Chicago White Sox. Most Hits Allowed: 11, 6/17vs. New York Mets. Most HRs Allowed: 3, 7/8 at Tampa Bay. Longest Winning Streak: 2 games, three times. Last: 9/26 - end of season. Longest Losing Streak: 3 games, 8/20-30 Longest Scoreless Streak: 9.0 IP, 9/11-16. CAREER HIGHS Most IP (Starter): 9.0, seven times. Last: 5/16/10 at Baltimore. Most IP (Relief): 7.0, 4/19/04 vs. Detroit. Most Strikeouts (Starter): 9, three times. Last: 10/1/10 vs. Colorado. Most Strikeouts (Relief): 7, 4/19/04 vs. Detroit. Most Walks (Starter): 6, twice. Last: 4/25/06 vs. Boston. Most Walks (Relief): 4, twice. Last 4/6/04 at Minnesota. Most Runs Allowed (Starter): 9, twice. Last: 4/19/06 at Baltimore. Most Runs Allowed (Relief): 5, twice. Last: 7/13/02 vs. New York Yankees. Most Hits Allowed (Starter): 15, 8/3/06 at Boston. Most Hits Allowed (Relief): 7, 9/7/01 vs. Chicago White Sox. Most HRs Allowed: 3, three times. Last: 7/8/10 at Tampa Bay. Longest Winning Streak: 5 games, 7/20-8/14/04. Longest Losing Streak: 5 games, 8/4/04-4/27/05. Longest Scoreless Streak: 11.0 IP, twice. Last: 8/9-15/06. Complete Games: 13. Last: 5/16/10 at Baltimore (9.0 innings). Low-Hit Complete Game: 2 hits, 4/25/04 at Detroit. Shutouts: 3, Last: 8/9/06 vs. Los Angeles Angels. Last Relief Appearance: 4/19/04 vs. Detroit.

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS
• Selected by Colorado Rockies in the 1st round (21st overall) of the June 1996 free agent draft. • Acquired by Montreal Expos along with RHP John Nicholson and OF Mark Hamlin in exchange for INF Mike Lansing, December 16, 1997. • Acquired by New York Yankees along with two players to be named later (LHP Ted Lilly and RHP Christian Parker) in exchange for RHP Hideki Irabu, December 22, 1999. • Acquired by Cleveland Indians along with RHP Zach Day as the players to be named later in the trade that sent OF David Justice to the Yankees in exchange for OF Ricky Ledee, July 25, 2000. • On Cleveland disabled list (broken rib), September 1 - end of season, 2000. • On Cleveland disabled list (right elbow surgery), March 30 - July 11, 2002; included injury rehabilitation at Akron and Buffalo, June 16 - July 11. • On Cleveland disabled list (right elbow inflammation), August 26 - end of season, 2002. • On Cleveland disabled list (left oblique strain), May 3 - June 23, 2007; included injury rehabilitation at Lake County, Akron and Buffalo, June 1-18. • On Cleveland disabled list (right triceps strain), April 20 - May 27, 2008; included injury rehabilitation at Lake Country and Akron, May 18-23. • On Cleveland disabled list (right elbow reconstruction), May 29 - to end of season, 2008. • On Cleveland disabled list (right elbow), March 26 - to end of season, 2009; included injury rehabilitation at Akron. • Acquired by St. Louis Cardinals as part of three-team trade with Cleveland and San Diego that sent OF Ryan Ludwick to the Padres; Cardinals also received minor league LHP Nick Greenwood from San Diego, July 31, 2010. • Signed by St. Louis Cardinals as a free agent to a two-year deal, with a mutual option for a third year, November 16, 2010.

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Pitcher Jake Westbrook joined the Cardinals rotation on July 31, 2010, and made 12 starts down the stretch. He became a free agent at season's end, but signed a two year contract to return to St. Louis on November 16.

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS PLAYER DEvELoPMEnT DEPARTMEnT
The player development department is responsible for the instruction and education of players on eight minor league teams, including one international club.

bASEbALL oPERATIonS SCouTIng DEPARTMEnT
The scouting department has employees devoted to searching for baseball talent in four unique areas, including professional, college, high school and international. Professional Scouts analyze major and minor league players from other organizations and compile reports for potential trades and signings. Area Scouts live and work within an assigned geographic area of the United States and scout the amatuer ranks for talent. Each area scout is assigned a collegiate conference within their region to analyze and report. Crosscheckers verify top talent from coast to coast.

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An advanced analytical department develops and utilizes computer systems to help compile specific and unique statistics that assist Cardinals personnel in player evaluation. The department has developed and continues to fine tune “RedBird Dog 2.0,” an integrated professional and amateur scouting program that houses and coordinates player video with data from scouting reports.

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NOT PICTURED: Jeremy Cohen, Manager of Baseball Information

2011 FARM SYSTEM AFFILIATES
CLub Memphis Springfield Palm Beach Quad Cities Batavia Johnson City Gulf Coast Dominican LEAguE Pacific Coast Texas Florida State Midwest New York-Penn Appalachian Gulf Coast Dominican Summer CLASSIFICATIon AAA AA A A A Rookie Rookie Rookie MAnAgER Chris Maloney Ron “Pop” Warner Luis Aguayo Johnny Rodriguez Dann Bilardello Mike Shildt Steve Turco Fray Peniche
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The Cardinals have personnel in six countries outside of the United States and operate a baseball academy in the Dominican Republic as well as a rookie-level summer team. They scout for baseball talent there as well as Colombia, the Dutch Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama and Venezuela. The Cardinals continue to increase their involvement in the Pacific Rim, including China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS CARDInALS’ FIRST-RounD PICkS In AMATEuR DRAFT
junE DRAFT Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 Player Joe DiFabio Leron Lee Ted Simmons James Hairston Charles Minnott Jim Browning Ed Kurpiel Dan Larson Joe Edelen Garry Templeton David Johnson Leon Durham Terry Kennedy Robert Hicks Andy Van Slyke Don Collins Bobby Meacham Todd Worrell Jim Lindeman Mike Dunne Joe Magrane Luis Alicea Cris Carpenter John Ericks Brad DuVall Paul Coleman Donovan Osborne Aaron Holbert Dmitri Young Allen Watson Brian Barber Sean Lowe Alan Benes Bret Wagner Matt Morris Braden Looper Adam Kennedy J.D. Drew Chance Caple Position RHP INF/OF C/OF OF LHP RHP/SS 1B/OF P 3B SS P 1B C 1B OF RHP SS RHP 3B RHP LHP 2B RHP RHP RHP OF LHP SS 3B LHP RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP SS OF RHP order In Draft 20 7 10 19 20 11 8 21 12 13 16 15 6 15 6 15 8 21 24 7 18 23 14 22 23 6 13 18 4 21 22 15 16 19 12 3 20 5 30 Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Player Shaun Boyd Blake Williams Justin Pope No Selection Daric Barton Chris Lambert Colby Rasmus Tyler Greene Adam Ottavino Peter Kozma Brett Wallace Shelby Miller Zack Cox junE DRAFT (ConTInuED) Position OF RHP RHP --C RHP OF SS RHP SS 3B RHP 3B order In Draft 13 24 28 --28 19 28 30 30 18 13 19 22 order In Draft 8 9 20 19 12 22 6 11 14 15 16 5 16 5 16 7 22 23 8 17 24

bASEbALL oPERATIonS MInoR LEAguES MEDICAL STAFF

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jAnuARY DRAFT Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 Player Henry Urbanowica Fred Grooms Mike Maselbas Al Hrabosky Don Reed Robert Gerdes Randal Rasmussen Larry Storti John Urrea Terry Gray Fulvio Bertolotti Curtis Reade Mike Gentry Bob Ferris Ken Spears Brad Luther Tom Mauch Jeff Perry Jeff Blauser Chris Lee Charles Barrs Position 1B RHP RHP LHP RHP P SS 2B RHP P C RHP RHP 1B OF SS OF RHP SS RHP SS

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NOT PICTURED: Amauris Rivera . . . . . . . . . Domincian Summer League Staff

CARDInALS’ 2010 DRAFT PICkS
Rd. Player 1. Zack Cox 1a. Seth blair 1a. Tyrell jenkins 2. jordan Swagerty 3. Sammy Tuivailala 4. Cody Stanley 5. nick Longmire 6. john gast 7. greg garcia 8. Daniel bibona 9. Tyler Lyons 10. Reggie Williams 11. ben Freeman 12. Austin Wilson 13. Colin Walsh 14. Cesar Aguilar 15. geof klein 16. Anthony bryant Pos. order # 3b 25 RhP 46 RhP 50 RhP 75 SS 106 C 139 oF 169 LhP 199 SS 229 LhP 259 LhP 289 oF 319 LhP 349 OF 379 2b 409 RhP 439 C 469 oF 499 Rd. Player 17. Corderius Dodd 18. boone Whiting 19. Chad Oberacker 20. Trevor Martin 21. josh Lucas 22. Steven Ramos 23. Dyllon nuernburg 24. Pat biserta 25. Richard Mendoza 26. victor Sanchez 27. Aiden Lucas 28. Taylor Black 29. Chris Patterson 30. Iden nazario 31. Mike o’neill 32. Ryan Copeland 33. joey bergman 34. Matt valaika Pos. order # oF 529 RhP 559 OF 589 SS 619 RhP 649 oF 679 RhP 709 oF 739 RhP 769 1b 799 RhP 829 SS 859 RhP 889 LhP 919 oF 949 LhP 979 2b 1009 2b 1039 Rd. Player 35. Drew benes 36. Dean kiekhefer 37. Packy Elkins 38. jeff nadeau 39. Ian Parry 40. Phil Cerreto 41. Chase Reid 42. Cole brand 43. Chris Edmondson 44. Adam Melker 45. Robert Hansen 46. Peter Mooney 47. justin Wright 48. Hector Acosta 49. bob Revesz 50. Andy Moye Pos. order # RhP 1069 LhP 1099 SS 1129 LhP 1159 RHP 1189 3b 1219 RhP 1249 RhP 1279 oF 1309 oF 1339 RHP 1369 SS 1399 LhP 1429 C 1459 LhP 1489 RHP 1519

MInoR LEAguES DoCToRS
MEMPhIS Dr. Barry Phillips, MD -- Team Orthopedist Dr. Arthur Franklin, MD -- Team Internist SPRIngFIELD Dr. Chris Miller, MD -- Team Orthopedist Dr. Brian Mahaffey, MD -- Team Internist PALM bEACh & gCL CARDInALS Dr. Frank F. Cook, MD -- Team Orthopedist Dr. Daniel L. Boss, MD -- Team Internist QuAD CITIES Dr. Jessica L. Ellis, MD -- Team Orthopedist Dr. Tom Lyons, MD -- Team Internist bATAvIA Dr. Matt Landfried, MD -- Team Orthopedist Dr. Alan Barcomb, MD -- Team Internist johnSon CITY Dr. Todd Fowler, MD -- Team Orthopedist

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS MEMPhIS REDbIRDS (AAA)
AutoZone Park 175 Toyota Plaza, Suite 300. Memphis, TN 38103 901-721-6050 FAX: 901-527-1642 www.memphisredbirds.com President/general Manager: Ben Weiss Media Contact: Jordan Johnson Athletic Trainer: Chris Conroy
Maloney is in his fifth season as Memphis skipper. He served two seasons as Springfield (AA) manager from 2005-06 prior to his promotion to Memphis. He returned to the Cardinals organization in 2005 after having spent three years in the Astros organization as manager of the Triple-A New Orleans Zephyrs. Maloney posted a 212-220 record with the Zephyrs, including a first place finish in 2002. Maloney guided the 2010 Redbirds to the Pacific Coast Championship Series for the second straight season. The club entered the series on a nine-game PCL playoffs win streak dating back to 2009. His 2009 club won the PCL Championship by sweeping Albuquerque and Sacramento in six straight games. In 2010 Memphis had two Organizational Players of the Month and two Pitchers of the Month, they also boasted three PCL Pitchers of the Week as well as three PCL All-Stars. Maloney’s previous tenure with the Cardinals included Manager of the Year honors in three different leagues: the New York-Penn League while leading Hamilton to a 56-20 (.737) record in 1992, the highest winning percentage of any winning percentage by a Cardinals minor league team; the South Atlantic League with Savannah in 1993, and the Texas League with Arkansas in 1998. His 1993 Savannah squad posted a 94-48 record and captured the league title as Maloney was named Baseball Weekly’s Minor League Manager of the Year. In his 16 seasons as a manager in the Cardinals system, Maloney has compiled a 939-804 (.539) record. His work with young Cardinals players was formally recognized when he was presented with the 2006 and 2009 George Kissell Awards, presented annually for excellence in player development. The 2009 award made Maloney the first two-time winner. Maloney, 50, is a native of Jackson, Miss. He graduated from Mississippi State University in 1983 and was later signed as a nondrafted free agent by the New York Mets. The former outfielder-first baseman was purchased by the Cardinals in 1986 and played one minor league season at Springfield, Ill. He and wife Laurie have a daughter, Ann Bradley, and son, Jake.

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Manager: Chris Maloney Record: 82-62 (Tied first in Pacific Coast League, first in American North Division) Playoffs: Lost in the Pacific Coast League Championship series 3-0 to Tacoma. Swept Oklahoma City 3-0 to advance to the Championship series. Attendance: 462,041 (Seventh) All-Stars: Brandon Dickson, RHP; Tyler Greene, INF; Fernando Salas, RHP League Leaders: Ruben Gotay (.410 OBP, 2nd; 95 BB, 1st) Brandon Dickson (3.23 ERA, 3rd; 137 SO, 2nd; 167.0 IP, 5th) Lance Lynn (13 W, T2nd; 141 SO, 1st; 29 GS, T1st) Evan MacLane (1.25 WHIP, T2nd) Fernando Salas (19 Sv, 3rd)

2010 FInAL MEMPhIS STATISTICS

Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)
C OF OF OF
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1B 2B 3B SS

Mark Hamilton . . . . . . . . . . . .66 Daniel Descalso . . . . . . . . . .110 Ruben Gotay . . . . . . . . . . . .103 Tyler Greene . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 .270 .305 .290 .320 .214 .000 .282 .200 .285 .284 .298 .205 .176 .242 .321 .333 .205 .275 .242 .267 .279 .263 .255 .390
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Bryan Anderson . . . . . . . . . . .75 James Rapoport . . . . . . . . .110 Joe Mather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85 Amaury Cazana . . . . . . . . . . .48 12 10 0 24 0 0 32 1 30 21 20 6 1 11 16 1 1 18 11 12 5 7 12 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2B 3B

ST Lance Lynn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 REL Josh Kinney . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 REL Rich Rundles . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
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Mark begins his fourth season as Memphis hitting coach after serving in the same capacity from 200407 at Triple-A Pawtucket in the Boston Red Sox system. He had been in the Red Sox organization since 2002, when he was hitting coach at Double-A Portland of the Eastern League In 2001, he coached for the Angels’ Double-A Little Rock affiliate in the Texas League. The Travelers won the Texas League Championship that year and ranked fourth in the league with a .266 team average. Budaska was a hitting coach and first base coach for a major league team in Taiwan from 1998-2000. The former switch-hitting outfielder played 10 years in the Oakland organization, including stints at the big league level in 1978 and 1981.

Anderson, Bryan Cazana, Amaury Chambers, Adron Craig, Allen Cruz, Tony Derba, Nick Descalso, Daniel Folli, Mike Gotay, Ruben Greene, Tyler Hamilton, Mark Henley, Tyler Hill, Steven Howard, Kevin Jay, Jon Ludwick, Ryan Luna, Aaron Mather, Joe Pagnozzi, Matt Rapoport, James Robinson, Shane Shorey, Mark Solano, Donovan Stavinoha, Nick
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BatteRs

82 78 37 83 4 3 116 13 139 82 72 26 9 97 42 3 17 91 68 112 26 63 102 23

G

270 256 69 306 14 4 468 25 473 338 258 88 34 273 165 9 44 335 207 408 86 156 330 100 18 28 21 1 7 23 56 5 10 3 29 8 24 2 10 9 16 46 18 1 6 56 34 13 26 33 4 19
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aB

39 73 35 78 11 20 57 98 2 3 0 0 86 132 2 5 84 135 67 96 53 77 8 18 2 6 30 66 31 53 2 3 10 9 55 92 20 50 61 109 9 24 21 41 41 84 19 39
Gs

0 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 4 0 0 1 1

HR

12 13 1 14 1 0 9 0 13 9 18 0 2 6 4 2 1 10 1 2 2 3 4 6

RBi

42 54 8 81 1 0 71 2 70 34 60 7 6 26 32 5 1 46 21 34 13 19 27 28

sH

0 0 1 0 0 0 5 1 1 8 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 5 7 3 0 1 0

sf

2 0 1 6 0 0 6 0 2 1 6 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 2
H

HP

3 0 3 4 0 0 5 0 6 6 7 1 1 1 4 0 3 2 3 3 0 1 2 0

27 19 9 34 1 0 47 1 95 32 35 5 3 19 17 0 5 37 27 44 7 8 11 5 19 77 26 2 14 26 15 28 37 6 96 4 78 1 11 23 19 61 17 0 22 24 15 8 7 23 3 51
R

1 54 1 51 0 18 0 59 0 1 0 2 1 48 0 3 3 116 2 89 1 70 0 18 0 10 1 42 0 22 0 3 0 10 1 74 1 49 1 57 0 13 1 37 1 35 0 16
HR

0 0 6 1 0 0 8 0 0 12 0 0 0 1 13 0 0 6 0 8 3 2 2 0
HB

0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 5 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 5 3 0 1 0

5 .448 9 .496 0 .362 6 .549 1 .429 0 .000 13 .421 0 .240 9 .436 4 .456 2 .585 2 .295 3 .382 14 .355 0 .491 1 1.111 1 .341 5 .442 10 .309 4 .331 5 .407 5 .365 9 .333 6 .680
iB

.341 .353 .390 .389 .267 .000 .350 .231 .410 .355 .389 .255 .263 .294 .394 .273 .327 .348 .338 .341 .330 .301 .283 .411
WP

5 1 1 5 3 0 15 1 19 14 5 2 0 7 1 0 1 5 5 4 1 2 18 1
BK

bLAISE ILSLEY

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Ilsley enters his fourth season as the pitching coach at Memphis. He was promoted to the Triple-A club on January 17, 2008 after working six seasons as the pitching coach at the Cardinals Double-A affiliate. Ilsleys staff recorded the lowest ERA in the Pacific Coast League his first two seasons with the club. In 2008, the Redbirds had a 4.34 and it lowered to 4.05 in 2009 as Memphis finished 77-67 en route to the PCL playoffs and eventually the league championship. In 2010 the staff finished with an ERA of 4.42, sixth in the PCL. In the 2010 PCL playoffs, the staff ranked first in strikeouts (69) as they averaged 11.5 a game. During the regular season, Memphis ranked first in wins and saves, while finishing fourth in strikeouts. Ilsley was honored by the Cardinals following the 2004 season with the George Kissell Award, presented annually by the Cardinals for excellence in player development. He had joined the Cardinals from the Baltimore Orioles' organization after serving as the pitching coach for Bluefield in the Appalachian League (R) during the 2001 campaign. Ilsley began his coaching career in 1999 with Winnipeg of the Independent Northern League and moved on to coach at Sioux Falls in 2000. He spent 14 seasons playing in the minor leagues with Houston, St. Louis, Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia, Cleveland and Montreal. He concluded his playing career in 1998. He appeared in 10 games in the Major Leagues with the Chicago Cubs in 1994, making his Major League debut on April 4 of that year. A fourth round pick of the Houston Astros in 1985, Ilsley was named to the Topps Rookie League All-Star team that year after leading the New York-Penn League with 116 strikeouts in 90 innings for Class-A Auburn. He combined to win 20 games at two minor league stops in 1986. He is a 1982 graduate of Alpena High School (Mich.) and attended Indiana State University. Ilsely, 47, resides in Sarasota, Fla., with his wife, Jo Anne.

Brown, Andrew Dickson, Brandon Fick, Chuckie Folli, Mike Hearne, Trey Hill, Rich Kinney, Josh Kopp, David Kulik, Ryan Lohse, Kyle Lynn, Lance MacDougal, Mike MacLane, Evan Motte, Jason Norrick, Tyler Ottavino, Adam Parise, Pete Perez, Oneli Pinto, Renyel Reifer, Adam Robertson, Nate Rundles, Rich Salas, Fernando Samuel, Francisco Sanchez, Eduardo Scherer, Matthew Shorey, Mark Walters, P.J.

2-0 6.75 11-8 3.23 3-1 4.78 0-0 18.00 0-0 13.03 4-3 4.30 3-4 1.80 0-5 8.63 1-4 5.31 1-0 3.21 13-10 4.77 2-0 3.86 8-7 4.45 0-0 3.38 3-1 6.60 5-3 3.97 0-0 8.50 2-7 5.09 0-0 4.78 1-0 0.00 2-1 9.45 7-1 3.23 1-0 3.79 1-0 4.63 0-0 1.67 4-2 3.99 0-0 7.36 8-5 3.81

eRa

0 27 3 0 1 4 0 5 8 3 29 0 23 0 0 9 0 11 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 18

CG sHO

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5 1 3 1 1 4 29 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 8 13 3 0 0 15 24 8 10 8 4 0

Gf

0 24 0 167 0 49 0 1 0 9.2 0 46 17 60 0 24 0 39 0 14 0 164 1 9.1 0 147.2 0 2.2 0 15 0 47.2 2 18 4 99 0 26.1 0 1 0 20 0 55.2 19 35.2 0 11.2 3 27 0 47.1 0 3.2 0 108.2

sv

iP

25 180 51 1 17 35 42 38 44 9 164 8 163 2 16 43 28 100 24 0 32 56 26 8 19 44 6 106

18 60 26 2 14 22 12 23 23 5 87 4 73 1 11 21 17 56 14 0 21 20 15 6 5 21 3 46

eR

2 11 7 1 2 5 4 4 6 3 21 1 21 0 1 5 5 11 1 0 5 4 2 0 2 7 0 12

0 9 4 0 2 8 5 3 9 0 8 0 6 0 0 3 1 7 5 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 8

17 53 18 1 10 30 17 11 30 2 62 3 21 1 15 12 7 52 22 1 6 18 9 18 12 12 5 30

BB

0 18 1 137 1 31 0 0 1 5 1 47 1 51 0 12 1 17 0 14 0 141 0 6 2 82 0 2 0 16 0 43 0 7 5 96 0 31 0 0 0 12 2 35 0 44 0 10 1 31 1 36 0 2 1 106

sO

1 7 2 0 4 1 2 2 7 0 2 0 3 0 2 3 1 8 3 0 1 1 2 4 8 2 0 3

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS SPRIngFIELD CARDInALS (AA)
hammons Field 955 East Trafficway Springfield, MO 65802 417-863-2143 FAX: 417-863-0388 www.springfieldcardinals.com vP/general Manager: Matt Gifford Media Contact: Jeff Levering Athletic Trainer: Jason Hall

bASEbALL oPERATIonS 2010 FInAL SPRIngFIELD STATISTICS
Manager: Ron “Pop” Warner Record: 76-64 (Second in Texas League, second in North Division) Playoffs: Lost 3-0 in the first round of the playoffs vs. Northwest Arkansas. Attendance: 357,336 (Fourth) All-Stars: Brian Broderick, RHP; Matt Carpenter, 3B; Scott Gorgen, RHP; Steven Hill, C; Aaron Luna, OF; Adam Reifer, RHP; Francisco Samuel, RHP; Curt Smith, 1B. Postseason All Stars: Matt Carpenter, 3B; Steven Hill, C; David Kopp, RHP. League Leaders: Nick Addition (27 GS, 2nd; 150.1 IP, 5th) Andrew Brown (.291 BA, 10th; 22 HR, T4th; .526 SLG, 3rd) Matt Carpenter (.316 BA, 4th; .412 OBP, 3rd; 64 BB, 4th; 76 R, 5th) Steven Hill (22 HR, T4th; 86 RBI, 3rd; .543 SLG, 2nd) David Kopp (12 W, 2nd; 3.05 ERA, 4th) Pete Kozma (132 G, 3rd; 503 AB,5th) Aaron Luna (25 HBP, 1st; .426 OBP, 1st; 63 BB, 5th) Adam Reifer (17 Sv, T2nd)

Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)

Ron “PoP” WARnER

MAnAgER

PhILLIP WELLMAn

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Wellman begins his first season as a Cardinals minor league coach after spending the previous seven seasons in the Atlanta Braves system, the last four as manager of the Mississippi Braves (AA). Wellman brings to the Cardinals a total 23 years of coaching experience with a combined 15 years as a skipper at various levels in the minors. Wellman led the MS Braves to the Southern League Championship in 2008 and was named SL Manager of the Year in his second season at the helm. Prior to managing the Braves, Wellman spent the previous three seasons in various capacities in the club’s minor league system. Before joining the Braves, Wellman spent eight years (1996- 2003) in the Cincinnati Reds minor league system, four of those as manager of Chattanooga (AA). Wellman began his coaching career in 1988 as a hitting instructor for the Pulaski Braves. He worked in the Braves minor leagues until 1991 before earning his first managerial job with the Gulf Coast League Orioles in 1992. Wellman spent parts of four seasons (1984-87) as a player in the Atlanta, Minnesota and Pittsburgh organizations. He attended Sam Houston University and graduated from Southwestern University at Georgetown (Texas) in 1985.

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bRYAn EvERSgERD

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Eversgerd returns to Springfield after spending the 2010 campaign with Palm Beach. This is his second stint with Springfield as he spent the 2008 and 2009 seasons with the club. He was pitching coach at the Cardinals Midwest League Low-A affiliate from 2004-07 prior to joining Springfield’s staff. In 2004, he served at Single-A Peoria after being out of baseball for two years. His inaugural coaching season was in 2001 for the Cardinals as pitching coach at their Single-A Potomac affiliate. He began his Major League baseball career with the Cardinals, signing as a non-drafted free agent on June 14, 1989. He pitched a scoreless inning of relief in his Major League debut for the Cardinals on April 26, 1994, and picked up his first big-league win in his only Major League start on May 20, 1994, at Florida. The left-hander also pitched at the Major League level for Montreal and Texas before returning to St. Louis from 1998 to 2000. Eversgerd, 42, graduated from Carlyle (Ill.) High School in 1987 and played baseball at Kaskaskia Community College, leading the team to the 1989 sectional championship. He resides in Hoffman, Ill., with his wife, Lisa, and daughter, Kristen (13) and son, Jacob (11).

Additon, Nick Broderick, Brian Buursma, Jason Daley, Gary Delgado, Ramon Diapoules, Mark Eager, Thomas Fick, Chuckie Garceau, Shaun Gorgen, Scott Hearne, Trey King, Blake Kopp, David Kulik, Ryan Lohse, Kyle McGregor, Scott Meyer, Matt Mulligan, Casey Mura, Kyle Nieto, Arquimedes Norrick, Tyler Reifer, Adam Samuel, Francisco Sanchez, Eduardo

9-6 4.43 11-2 2.77 2-1 2.50 3-11 6.70 1-0 1.10 1-0 10.13 2-4 4.15 2-0 2.00 0-6 5.45 5-1 1.26 4-4 4.43 4-3 2.91 12-4 3.05 7-5 4.08 0-1 9.00 6-5 3.46 0-2 6.64 0-1 6.00 0-2 13.50 1-3 5.30 0-1 5.57 3-1 3.00 2-0 3.63 1-1 3.12

W-l

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28 17 37 20 13 2 54 11 7 12 12 53 21 23 1 15 21 15 2 7 22 51 22 24

G

Gs

27 15 0 18 0 2 0 3 7 8 7 0 21 12 1 12 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0

CG sHO

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 9 0 1 0 15 2 0 1 1 15 0 3 0 3 8 4 0 1 5 33 13 19

Gf

0 150.1 0 100.2 0 57.2 0 88.2 0 16.1 0 5.1 0 73.2 0 27 0 33 0 50 0 42.2 0 68 0 121 1 90.1 0 5 0 80.2 0 20.1 1 18 0 4 1 35.2 0 21 17 54 6 22.1 11 26

sv

iP

155 96 39 117 9 4 62 19 40 34 40 40 126 85 12 82 25 22 5 36 19 53 18 22

H

75 42 16 81 2 7 35 8 26 11 24 23 47 46 5 38 19 15 6 24 13 18 12 13

R

74 31 16 66 2 6 34 6 20 7 21 22 41 41 5 31 15 12 6 21 13 18 9 9

eR

HR

22 6 5 10 2 0 6 0 2 4 10 5 9 8 0 7 4 1 2 6 1 2 3 2

HB

9 5 0 18 0 4 7 0 1 0 4 3 2 6 0 6 3 0 0 3 2 3 3 2

53 14 10 53 3 7 44 6 19 19 23 48 39 29 0 9 14 11 5 19 25 15 16 8

BB

iB

2 109 0 55 0 26 2 62 0 17 0 6 4 56 0 32 1 25 0 46 1 31 5 84 2 78 0 52 0 4 2 49 3 20 1 23 0 2 0 30 1 18 1 52 0 27 0 27

sO

WP

10 0 3 6 1 0 7 0 5 2 1 4 3 7 0 2 4 2 0 3 3 3 4 2

BK

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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Warner is entering his fifth season as Springfield manager. He was promoted to Springfield on November 20, 2006 after managing the Palm Beach Cardinals for two seasons. He has led his teams to the postseason in five of the last six seasons, narrowly missing in 2008 despite having the North Division’s best overall record (76-64). In his first season at Springfield in 2007, he guided the club to the Texas League championship series. His Palm Beach squad won the 2005 Florida State League Championship. His 2010 team produced 11 Texas League All-Stars, nine Players/Pitchers of the Week and the organization’s Minor League Player of the Year. He is in his 11th season as a coach in the Cardinals farm system and his sixth campaign as a manager. Overall, he owns a 440391 (.529) record as a bench boss. In 2004, he served as the hitting coach at Peoria (A) and guided the Midwest League’s top hitting club (.277 team batting average). The previous two years (2002-2003), Warner was a coach at Class-A New Jersey. He made his coaching debut in 2001 at Double-A New Haven. In 2000, Warner served as the batting practice pitcher for the Major League club. He was originally drafted by the Cardinals in the 17th round in 1991 as a shortstop out of the University of Wyoming and spent nine years playing in the Redbirds farm system. In 1999, he hit .290 with 11 home runs and 33 RBI for Memphis while playing several positions. Warner, 42, resides in St. Charles, Mo., with his wife, Laura, and sons, Colin Michael (1/9/04) and Benjamin Anthony (1/25/10).

1B 2B 3B SS

Curt Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80 Jose Garcia . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 Matt Carpenter . . . . . . . . . . .104 Pete Kozma . . . . . . . . . . . . .132 .291 .316 .282 .289 .236 .218 .143 .206 .240 .214 .500 .259 .367 .280 .244 .243 .270 .279 .339 .321 .245 .165 .279 .266
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C OF OF OF
R

Steven Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 Darryl Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 Aaron Luna . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 Antonio DeJesus . . . . . . . . . .71 17 26 9 10 3 4 0 9 5 5 1 8 5 27 17 28 13 4 13 6 6 5 19 4
2B 3B

ST Nick Addition . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 REL Thomas Eager . . . . . . . . . . . .54

Brown, Andrew Carpenter, Matt Chambers, Adron Cruz, Tony Curtis, Jermaine Cutler, Charles De La Cruz, Luis DeJesus, Antonio Derba, Nick Folli, Mike Freese, David Garcia, Jose Henley, Tyler Hill, Steven Jones, Daryl Kozma, Peter Luna, Aaron Miles, Aaron Pham, Thomas Rapoport, James Scruggs, Xavier Sedbrook, Colt Smith, Curt Swauger, Chris

BatteRs

98 105 75 40 23 38 2 84 15 44 1 77 16 93 121 132 103 16 38 25 33 28 84 47

G

361 396 252 149 55 119 7 189 50 126 2 263 60 361 451 503 319 61 121 84 110 91 319 154

aB

65 76 52 26 6 11 0 31 7 10 0 35 11 60 67 69 60 11 19 13 16 10 39 18

105 125 71 43 13 26 1 39 12 27 1 68 22 101 110 122 86 17 41 27 27 15 89 41

H

1 3 5 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 1 0 1 6 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 2

HR

22 12 5 6 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 5 3 22 8 13 15 0 3 2 8 0 9 5

RBi

63 53 27 20 3 8 1 21 7 9 0 27 12 86 48 72 54 13 18 12 21 8 46 22

sH

0 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 7 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0

sf

0 4 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 0

HP

5 4 7 1 2 5 0 12 0 0 0 4 0 4 11 1 25 1 1 0 2 6 2 1

41 64 31 17 7 15 0 26 3 15 1 19 3 38 52 56 63 7 18 10 10 12 15 10

BB

iB

3 98 4 88 0 50 3 30 0 10 1 16 0 2 0 45 0 15 2 23 0 1 1 48 1 9 3 90 0 95 2 111 2 73 0 8 0 28 0 12 0 36 0 22 0 62 0 44

sO

1 11 8 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 9 0 1 15 13 5 0 4 0 0 1 2 0

sB

Cs

2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 9 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0

DP

11 .526 12 .487 2 .417 5 .477 0 .291 1 .252 0 .143 0 .339 2 .460 1 .357 0 1.000 6 .354 2 .600 11 .543 9 .361 9 .384 4 .470 1 .344 1 .537 2 .464 6 .518 7 .220 12 .436 4 .416

slG

.371 .412 .376 .363 .344 .329 .143 .336 .283 .298 .667 .316 .397 .352 .335 .318 .426 .362 .429 .389 .320 .303 .312 .315

OBP

8 8 4 3 1 4 0 5 3 4 0 8 1 6 6 34 2 2 4 1 3 3 10 2

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS PALM bEACh CARDInALS (A)
Roger Dean Stadium 4751 Main St. Jupiter, FL 33458 561-775-1818 FAX: 561-691-6886 www.palmbeachcardinals.com general Manager: Lisa Fegley Media Contact: Tyler Krochmal Athletic Trainer: Manabu Kuwazuru

bASEbALL oPERATIonS 2010 FInAL PALM bEACh STATISTICS
Manager: Luis Aguayo Record: 75-65 (Fifth in Florida State League, third in South Division) Attendance: 64,767 (Eighth) All-Stars: Tony Cruz, C; Ramon Delgado, RHP; Mark Diapoules, RHP; Matthew Fervert, RHP; Jose Garcia, RHP; Casey Mulligan, RHP; Richard Racobaldo, OF; Xavier Scruggs, 1B. League Leaders: Alex Castellanos (35 2B, 1st; 55 XBH, 1st; .462 SLG, 3rd) Richard Castillo (27 GS, 1st) Ramon Delagado (12 Holds, 3rd) Arquimedes Nieto (.235 AVG, 4th)

Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)
1B 2B 3B SS Xavier Scruggs . . . . . . . . . . .79 Domnit Bolivar . . . . . . . . . . .107 Niko Vasquez . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Jose Garcia . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 .245 14 49 .245 81 265 .197 109 366 .283 28 99 .270 129 459 .282 46 181 .267 56 191 .292 41 154 .194 27 93 .202 33 104 .158 7 19 .252 49 206 .200 1 5 .000 2 7 .269 51 193 .291 41 148 .000 1 5 .221 33 104 .116 17 69 .083 5 12 .174 22 69 .262 68 237 .262 118 423 .250 11 44 .266 32 109 .269 87 316 .221 58 181 .171 9 35 .077 4 13 .294 39 160 .333 1 3 .262 59 206
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LuIS AguAYo

MAnAgER

C OF OF OF
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Tony Cruz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Alex Castellanos . . . . . . . . .126 Jarred Bogany . . . . . . . . . . . .76 Thomas Pham . . . . . . . . . . . .64 3 8 12 5 35 16 10 11 5 6 0 7 0 0 10 10 0 9 3 0 3 14 27 4 6 18 4 1 0 13 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
2B 3B

ST Richard Castillo . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 REL David Carpenter . . . . . . . . . . .49

jEFF ALbERT

hITTIng CoACh

Jeff Albert joined the Cardinals as hitting coach at Batavia in 2008 and earned a promotion to Palm Beach in 2009. In his first season with the Cardinals, he helped guide Batavia to a championship as the MuckDogs were shut out just once on the season. Albert played collegiate baseball at the Division III and Division II levels, with a couple of stops among independent professional teams. He began working on instruction and strength and conditioning with high school, college and professional players shortly thereafter and is owner and operator of swingtraining.net, which is a site dedicated to baseball training and analysis. Following the 2008 season, Jeff traveled to Vienna, Austria, to speak at the European Baseball Coaches Association/Austrian Baseball Federation Clinic conducted by the International Sports Group. Jeff recently completed graduate work in Exercise Science at Louisiana Tech University. There, he was involved in various baseball training research studies as well as strength and conditioning with Tech baseball and softball teams. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

PitCHeRs

DEnnIS MARTInEZ

PITChIng CoACh

Martinez returns to Palm Beach after spending the 2010 season with Springfield. He spent the 2008 and 2009 seasons in the same capacity at Palm Beach. Martinez is in his fifth year with the Cardinals organization, he served in the same capacity for the Gulf Coast League Cardinals in 2007. Martinez totes a 23-year career as a pitcher from 1976-1998 for Baltimore, Montreal, Cleveland, Seattle and Atlanta. Nicknamed “El Presidente,” Martinez totaled 245 career wins, still tops among Latino pitchers. He appeared in four All-Star games while posting a 3.70 ERA in 692 career games. On July 28, 1991 while pitching for Montreal at Dodger Stadium, Martinez tossed baseball’s 13th perfect game, a 2-0 win. Martinez, 56, was a special assistant in the Orioles organization before joining the Cardinals. An icon in his native country of Nicaragua, Martinez has met with President Daniel Oretga and is involved with developing baseball in the Latin American country. In 1998 Nicaragua renamed a 30,100 seat baseball stadium in Managua in his honor (Dennis Martinez National Stadium). Martinez now resides in Miami.

Blazek, Michael 0-1 12.46 Bradford, Jared 3-6 5.15 Broderick, Brian 3-5 5.47 Brown, George 0-0 20.25 Buursma, Jason 1-0 2.51 Carpenter, David 5-3 2.36 Castillo, Richard 7-12 5.20 Delgado, Ramon 1-2 1.42 Diapoules, Mark 5-1 2.44 Frevert, Matthew 6-1 2.15 Hearne, Trey 0-0 0.00 Hooker, Deryk 3-3 3.27 McGregor, Scott 4-3 2.68 Mulligan, Casey 0-0 0.30 Nieto, Arquimedes 9-7 3.44 Norrick, Tyler 2-1 3.00 Pichardo, Joel 3-3 4.52 Rauschenberger, Cory 1-1 3.23 Samuel, Francisco 0-0 0.00 Scherer, Matthew 0-0 0.00 Schneider, Scott 3-7 3.77 Sedbrook, Colt 0-0 4.50 Simpson, Jesse 2-1 4.05 Tapia, Miguel 0-1 4.50 Thomas, Kevin 10-2 2.27 Zawacki, Brett 7-5 3.82

1 33 9 2 7 49 27 38 14 45 4 8 16 25 20 11 47 22 3 2 13 1 10 9 29 21

G

Gs

1 12 9 0 0 0 27 0 9 0 0 8 8 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 14 19

CG sHO

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 8 0 0 1 44 0 13 0 12 1 0 2 20 0 4 11 8 2 1 0 1 3 4 1 1

Gf

0 4.1 1 101.1 0 49.1 0 1.1 0 14.1 20 53.1 0 133.1 2 50.2 0 55.1 1 54.1 1 8 0 41.1 0 57 12 29.2 0 115 0 12 0 71.2 1 30.2 1 3 0 2.1 0 74 0 2 0 13.1 0 10 0 107 0 108.1

sv

iP

9 117 63 1 15 45 169 38 42 41 4 39 69 20 101 8 88 24 1 3 77 6 14 9 93 117

H

6 61 32 3 4 16 93 9 22 18 0 18 25 1 49 5 41 15 0 0 31 1 7 5 35 52

R

6 58 30 3 4 14 77 8 15 13 0 15 17 1 44 4 36 11 0 0 31 1 6 5 27 46

eR

HR

0 3 3 0 0 3 10 2 4 1 0 0 1 0 6 0 7 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 4

HB

0 9 5 0 0 3 14 1 5 3 2 3 3 1 6 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 1 2 5 9

5 25 11 2 3 15 60 10 25 14 1 14 13 8 39 6 29 4 1 0 22 0 7 5 38 32

BB

iB

0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

sO

2 52 37 2 5 50 75 51 38 66 11 39 18 47 75 16 43 20 6 1 50 2 11 12 94 50

WP

0 0 3 0 0 3 11 1 5 1 0 2 5 2 10 0 2 2 0 0 6 0 1 1 12 4

BK

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

208

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS

Aguayo returns for his second season as manager of the Palm Beach Cardinals. From 2007- 2009 Aguayo was a member of the New York Mets organization as the minor league Field Coordinator and four months as the third base coach for the Major League club. His 2010 squad produced eight Florida State League All-Stars, and one Organizational Player and Pitcher of the Month. This is Aguayo’s seventh year as a manager, all in the minor leagues, mostly split between the Reds and Red Sox organization. He has a career managerial record of 244-271 (.474). From 2004-06 Aguayo managed in the Reds organization, leading the 2004 Billings (A) affiliate to the Pioneer League championship, where the club lost in the finals to Provo. The following two seasons, Aguayo was manager of the Gulf Coast League Reds affiliate. Aguayo spent 11 seasons in the Red Sox organization as a coach with the Triple-A affiliate in Pawtucket (1993-95), manager of the Gulf Coast League Red Sox (1997-98), manager of short-season Lowell (1999) and the last four years as the Minor League Infield Coordinator. Aguayo, 52, resides in Veja Baja, Puerto Rico.

Beatty, C.J. Bogany, Jarred Bolivar, Domnit Carpenter, Matt Castellanos, Alex Cruz, Tony Curtis, Jermaine Cutler, Charles De La Cruz, Luis Derba, Nick Espinoza, Roberto Garcia, Jose Goodwin, Devin Greene, Tyler Ingram, D'Marcus Jackson, Ryan Klein, Geoffrey Marmol, Oliver Morales, Osvaldo Moscatel, Kevin Obregon, Ted Pham, Thomas Racobaldo, Richard Rivera, Francisco Rodriguez, Ryde Scruggs, Xavier Sedbrook, Colt Shepherd, Devin Smith, Ross Swauger, Chris Tartamella, Travis Vasquez, Niko

BatteRs

11 12 33 65 42 72 17 28 62 124 21 51 34 51 23 45 11 18 13 21 2 3 26 52 0 1 0 0 21 52 14 43 0 0 19 23 6 8 1 1 11 12 42 62 49 111 4 11 6 29 42 85 25 40 3 6 0 1 22 47 0 1 26 54

0 5 3 2 7 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2

HR

2 5 9 1 13 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 13 1 0 0 4 0 3

RBi

8 38 33 16 58 25 24 18 8 11 0 16 0 0 20 8 1 12 2 0 5 27 50 8 10 53 13 4 0 26 0 28

sH

1 6 10 1 4 1 2 0 4 5 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 0 0 3 1 3 0 1 0 3 0 2 1 0 1

sf

0 3 1 0 4 1 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 0 1

HP

0 1 3 2 12 0 13 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 7 1 0 7 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 8 13 0 0 3 0 1

6 21 22 26 38 19 28 17 3 14 4 16 0 1 14 11 0 12 3 2 3 42 45 2 7 30 29 1 1 13 0 27

BB

iB

0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

15 86 110 14 112 33 25 17 19 35 5 35 3 4 38 21 1 33 26 3 17 59 100 7 16 107 29 14 7 24 1 49

sO

1 19 9 0 19 0 5 0 0 1 0 16 0 0 11 3 0 4 3 0 6 13 8 1 0 3 9 0 0 5 0 0

sB

Cs

0 5 2 1 9 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 4 2 0 2 0 0 1 4 7 0 1 0 6 0 1 5 0 1

DP

0 4 5 1 11 5 4 2 4 0 1 6 0 0 4 2 0 1 1 1 0 8 7 5 7 5 7 0 0 6 0 7

.429 .370 .320 .404 .462 .398 .319 .409 .344 .346 .158 .301 .200 .000 .347 .392 .000 .365 .159 .083 .217 .392 .355 .386 .321 .456 .271 .257 .077 .463 .333 .398

slG

.327 .300 .247 .441 .339 .348 .390 .368 .227 .311 .333 .309 .200 .125 .340 .342 .000 .336 .153 .214 .208 .377 .335 .283 .310 .345 .363 .194 .143 .352 .333 .349

OBP

2 1 24 1 8 3 5 2 5 0 0 12 1 0 2 6 0 1 1 1 4 3 15 0 3 7 11 0 0 2 0 10

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BASEBALL OPERATIONS

bASEbALL oPERATIonS QuAD CITIES RIvER bAnDITS (A)
Modern Woodmen Park 209 S. Gaines St. Davenport, IA 52802 563-324-3000 FAX: 563-324-3109 www.riverbandits.com vice President: Kirk Goodman Media Contact: Tommy Thrall Athletic Trainer: Eric Bauer

bASEbALL oPERATIonS
Manager: Johnny Rodriguez Record: 83-55 (Second in Midwest League, first in Western Division) Playoffs: Lost 2-1 in the first round to Kane County. Attendance: 224,128 (10th) All-Stars: Matt Adams, 1B; Eric Fornataro, RHP; D’Marcus Ingram, OF; Scott Schneider, RHP. Postseason All-Stars: Matt Adams, 1B. League Leaders: Matt Adams (.310 BA, 6th; 22 HR, 2nd; 88 RBI, 1st; 41 2Bs, T2nd; .541 SLG,1st; 251 TB, 2nd) Eric Fornataro (28, GS) Shelby Miller (140 SO, 4th) Aaron Terry (51 Gms pitched, 4th)

2010 FInAL QuAD CITIES STATISTICS

Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)
1B 2B 3B SS Matt Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Luis Mateo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Niko Vasquez . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 Ryan Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . .83 .310 121 464 .304 41 125 .259 72 251 .251 62 203 .192 8 26 .222 6 18 .272 62 239 .324 49 185 .272 84 302 .239 105 352 .249 99 358 .175 44 154 .216 96 334 .274 72 274 .263 39 137 .278 22 79 .189 30 95 .250 2 4 .270 62 233 .213 85 310 .222 49 171 .242 73 252 .214 28 98 4-0 1.91 8-4 2.71 10-0 3.75 3-0 3.86 7-15 5.26 1-0 1.16 5-4 2.83 6-8 4.62 0-0 5.14 1-0 0.00 1-0 10.59 7-5 3.62 1-0 4.60 3-1 3.47 2-0 1.42 4-8 5.30 5-2 3.11 3-2 2.87 7-2 3.25 5-4 3.90
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C OF OF OF
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Robert Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 Frederick Parejo . . . . . . . . . . .85 Ryde Rodriguez . . . . . . . . . . .64 C.J. Beatty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 41 8 21 14 0 0 13 11 13 20 22 7 18 15 11 5 5 0 18 17 5 17 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
2B 3B

ST Eric Fornataro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 REL Aaron Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

johnnY RoDRIguEZ

MAnAgER

Rodriguez enters his second season as a manager in the Cardinals organization after spending the 2009 season as the hitting coach in Johnson City. He guided his 2010 Quad Cities squad to the top record in the Midwest League and produced four all-stars and two Organizational Pitchers of the Month as well as two Players of the Month. Prior to joining the Cardinals, Rodriguez worked with the Florida Marlins organization, where he was hitting coach at Jamestown in 2007-08. He had been with the Marlins since 2002, when he began as a manager at Jamestown. Rodriguez served as a hitting coach in the Expos organization in 2000-01. Prior to joining the Expos, he spent 17 seasons as a coach in the New York Yankees system, at the University of Miami, Miami-Dade Community College and at the nationally prominant high school baseball program at Westminster Christian High School (FL). Rodriguez, 54, also has scouting experience with Houston, Los Angeles Angels, New York Mets and Milwaukee organizations. In October of 2002, he led an amateur team filled with draft-eligible prospects to the championship of the Perfect Game/Baseball America World Wood Bat tournament held in Jupiter, Fla. Has a son, Sean, who is a middle infielder in the Tampa Bay Rays system. Sean made his Major League debut on April 18, 2008 versus Seattle for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Rodriguez resides in Miami, Fla.

joE kRuZEL

hITTIng CoACh

Joe Kruzel begins his fourth year as Quad Cities hitting coach and is in his sixth season as a coach at the minor league level. In 2010 Quad Cities batters finished second in the Midwest League in runs, runs batted in and third in the league in homers. Kruzel came to the Cardinals after spending the 2006 and 2007 seasons in the Cincinnati Reds organization. In 2007, he was manager at rookie-level Billings of the Pioneer League. In 2006, Kruzel was the hitting coach for the Gulf Coast League Reds. Prior to his time with the Reds, the veteran college coach served as the assistant baseball coach at Miami (OH) University in 2005. He spent 15 seasons (1989-2003) at the University of Toledo, where he served as the assistant baseball coach (1989-92) and then head baseball coach (1993-2003). In addition to his coaching career, Kruzel played second base at Toledo from 1985-1988. Kruzel, 45, resides in Hamilton, Ohio.

Adams, Matthew Ahmady, Alan Beatty, C.J. Castro, Ivan Conley, Kyle Espinoza, Roberto Goodwin, Devin Ingram, D'Marcus Jackson, Ryan Lara, Edgar Mateo, Luis Obregon, Ted Parejo, Frederick Rodriguez, Ryde Rosario, Rainel Shepherd, Devin Smith, Ross Stanley, Cody Stidham, Jason Stock, Robert Swinson, Michael Vasquez, Niko Walsh, Colin Bibona, Daniel Blazek, Michael Calhoun, Daniel Corrigan, Chris Fornataro, Eric Greenwood, Nick Hooker, Deryk Kelly, Joe Kiekhefer, Dean Lara, Edgar Mayes, LaCurtis Miller, Shelby Notti, Chris Novak, Jason Rada, Jose Rondon, Jorge Schneider, Scott Simpson, Jesse Smith, Justin Terry, Aaron
PitCHeRs

BatteRs

71 144 27 38 40 65 24 51 2 5 4 4 44 65 40 60 47 82 50 84 60 89 22 27 59 72 34 75 27 36 11 22 16 18 1 1 40 63 32 66 27 38 36 61 15 21 8 32 37 13 28 11 18 26 14 1 12 24 34 26 14 29 14 36 29 51
G Gs

0 1 3 1 1 0 2 6 2 2 5 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 4 1 2

HR

22 1 6 3 1 1 7 3 2 17 4 2 10 5 7 2 0 1 5 1 3 9 2

RBi

88 18 37 21 2 2 43 28 27 73 36 19 38 45 22 15 4 2 42 31 22 42 6

sH

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

sf

9 1 1 2 0 0 3 3 5 1 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 5 1 0 6 0
H

HP

4 1 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 8 1 3 3 3 0 2 0 4 0 3 5 2

33 31 31 18 2 2 38 23 48 44 39 16 52 18 26 11 9 0 32 39 19 55 20 9 41 47 15 104 5 26 66 17 0 20 51 35 19 3 82 25 21 31 25
R

BB

iB

3 78 0 31 0 61 0 54 0 8 0 9 0 39 0 33 0 63 2 145 0 100 0 40 0 95 0 61 0 37 0 24 0 37 0 2 0 60 1 56 0 41 0 71 0 20
HR

sO

5 1 1 2 0 0 2 11 6 2 10 10 7 4 4 3 2 0 4 2 6 1 5
HB

sB

Cs

1 1 2 0 0 0 1 8 7 3 8 3 2 5 2 2 0 0 6 2 3 3 1

DP

11 .541 5 .408 5 .438 10 .374 1 .385 0 .389 6 .431 5 .497 8 .348 9 .452 9 .372 2 .260 2 .371 11 .391 1 .540 2 .418 0 .242 1 1.000 2 .429 10 .277 4 .351 1 .425 4 .337
iB

slG

.355 .443 .344 .313 .250 .300 .370 .399 .366 .324 .335 .254 .326 .325 .387 .363 .274 .200 .361 .300 .311 .381 .358
WP

OBP

10 9 3 10 0 0 13 5 21 8 18 11 5 1 1 0 1 0 10 18 3 9 7
BK

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TIM LEvEQuE

PITChIng CoACh

Leveque begins his fourth season as pitching coach in the Cardinals organization and second at Quad Cities. He spent the 2008 season at Johnson City before earning a promotion to Batavia in 2009. Leveque’s 2010 staff led the Midwest League in strikeouts as they amassed 1220 on the season. Leveque was hired by the Cardinals in March of 2006 as a pitching specialist who coordinated and studied video of draft-eligible pitchers. He will continue these tasks prior to the start of the each season. Leveque attended and played baseball at Crespi High School in Encino, Calif., the same school that produced former Cardinals pitcher Jeff Suppan. He was drafted out of high school by the Detroit Tigers but did not sign, instead choosing to attend and play college baseball at the University of Michigan. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Leveque is single and currently resides in Northridge, Calif.

5 11 6 0 28 0 11 18 1 0 0 24 0 0 0 19 8 0 7 0

CG sHO

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 6 8 4 0 2 2 3 4 1 3 0 9 12 13 1 3 16 4 46

Gf

0 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 0 2 4 0 15

sv

33 103 96 23.1 140.1 23.1 70 103.1 28 1 17 104.1 62.2 36.1 19 108.2 63.2 59.2 80.1 55.1

iP

24 78 109 31 161 20 58 103 30 0 26 97 78 32 16 121 40 44 72 55

7 31 40 10 82 3 22 53 16 0 20 42 32 14 3 64 22 19 29 24

eR

1 5 9 1 13 0 3 3 3 0 3 7 4 6 0 6 3 3 5 5

2 4 2 0 5 0 5 7 2 0 0 3 3 1 1 13 3 1 4 0

14 31 19 8 59 9 22 45 9 2 11 33 23 13 9 65 18 28 26 22

BB

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 2 0 2

39 104 83 20 100 16 88 92 29 0 10 140 67 45 21 76 65 68 102 55

sO

2 9 7 1 7 3 5 12 2 1 1 2 4 4 4 7 5 6 8 6

0 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

210

211

BASEBALL OPERATIONS

BASEBALL OPERATIONS

bASEbALL oPERATIonS bATAvIA MuCkDogS (A)
Dwyer Stadium 299 Bank St. Batavia, NY 14420 585-343-5454 FAX: 585-343-5620 www.muckdogs.com general Manager: Derek Sharp Media Contact: Derek Sharp Athletic Trainer: Mike Petrarca

bASEbALL oPERATIonS
Manager: Dann Bilardello Record: 45-29 (Second in New York-Penn League, first in Pinckney Division) Playoffs: Lost 2-1 in the first round to Tri-City. Attendance: 36,601 (14th) All-Stars: Joe Bergman, INF; Justin Edwards, LHP; Nick Longmire, OF; Audrey Perez, C; Chase Reid, RHP. League Leaders: Keith Butler (27 Gms pitched, T3rd) Justin Edwards (66 SO, 4th) Nick Longmire (55 RBI, 3rd; 128 TB, 5th) Andrew Moss (8 Ws, T2nd) Jonathan Rodriguez (12 HR, T3rd) Zach Russell (2.93 ERA, 9th)

2010 FInAL bATAvIA STATISTICS

Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)
1B 2B 3B SS Victor Sanchez . . . . . . . . . . . .46 Joseph Bergman . . . . . . . . . .34 Jonathan Rodriguez . . . . . . . .39 Yunier Castillo . . . . . . . . . . . .59 avG .208 .300 .281 .315 .262 .231 .303 .180 .172 .295 .287 .309 .283 .315 .000 .258 .321 .291 .222 .186 .300 G 13 62 53 16 59 8 29 43 12 30 68 35 40 45 1 69 25 57 10 2 48 24 aB 48 210 153 54 191 26 122 122 29 95 265 97 92 165 1 244 78 213 18 0 172 90 G 1 27 13 15 8 8 26 25 15 14 14 19 18 20 14 7 18 5 R 8 38 18 5 28 6 24 12 3 11 53 17 23 25 0 46 13 36 4 1 19 20 C OF OF OF H 10 63 43 17 50 6 37 22 5 28 76 30 26 52 0 63 25 62 4 0 32 27 Audry Perez . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Nicholas Longmire . . . . . . . . .64 Mike O’Neill . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Jon Edwards . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 2B 3B HR RBi sH sf HP 3 0 0 3 0 1 1 12 2 1 31 3 0 4 8 0 1 26 2 5 1 5 0 0 6 2 1 1 8 0 0 22 9 4 2 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 9 3 2 20 0 1 4 6 1 2 11 1 0 3 1 0 1 5 0 1 0 11 0 0 12 0 0 0 11 7 9 55 0 5 5 4 2 0 11 3 1 6 5 2 0 9 1 2 0 11 0 4 47 0 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 5 12 40 1 4 3 4 0 2 9 0 1 0 19 1 3 31 1 1 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 1 16 2 1 2 4 1 2 12 2 2 3 sv 0 5 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 0 0 1 1 iP 4 30.2 40.1 77.1 18 35 29 39.2 27.2 68.2 75.1 27.2 24 30.2 61.1 21 32.2 7.2 H 3 29 40 76 23 27 22 36 31 68 68 48 11 16 41 24 38 3 BB 10 31 15 3 6 2 6 14 6 14 34 12 18 11 0 28 9 22 3 1 14 17 R 2 15 22 42 12 6 15 19 18 40 32 37 4 8 22 17 21 0 ST Justin Edwards . . . . . . . . . . . .15 REL Keith Butler . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

DAnn bILARDELLo

MAnAgER

Bilardello returns as the manager of Batavia after his 2010 squad won the Pickney Division crown in his first season at the helm. Bilardello is in his fifth year with the Cardinals organization as he worked as the minor league catching coordinator from 2007- 2009. The former Major League catcher has four years of minor league managing experience in the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers organizations. Bilardello coached the Wilmington Blue Rocks in the Carolina League during the 2005 season and spent three years managing for the Dodgers in Great Falls of the Pioneer League in 2002 and the following two years with Columbus in the South Atlantic League. He led Great Falls to a Pioneer League Championship in 2002 with a record of 47-28 and 4-1 in the playoffs. Bilardello played all or part of eight Major League seasons as a catcher with Cincinnati (1983-85), Montreal (1986), Pittsburgh (1989-90) and San Diego (1991-92). He signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers after being chosen in the first round of the secondary phase of the 1978 June amateur draft. He played a career-high 109 games during his rookie season with the Reds, posting career bests in home runs (8) and RBI (38). He hit his first home run off Tom Seaver. Bilardello, 51, resides in Vero Beach, Fla., and has three children (two sons, Davis and Trey, and a daughter Kammie). Davis was a left-handed pitcher drafted by the Cardinals in the 43rd round of the 2007 draft and played as high as the Palm Beach HighA level. Trey is a professional golf caddie on the Nationwide Tour. Kammie was a two-sport athlete at Webber International University, playing tennis for four years and played volleyball for three years.

RogER LaFRAnCoIS

hITTIng CoACh

LaFrancois returns for his second season with the Muckdogs and he has over 20 years of coaching experience at the minor league level. In 2010 Batavia finished first in runs scored, runs batted in, and onbase percentage and they were second in the league in team batting average and hits. LaFrancois has coached or managed at all levels of the minor leagues with several different Major League organizations including the Chicago White Sox, San Francisco Giants, New York Mets, Montreal Expos and Atlanta Braves. Most recently he was a coach with the Worcester Tornadoes of the Can American League (2008-2009). A catcher in the Boston Red Sox organization, he spent eight years with the Sox, and saw action in the Major Leagues during the 1982 season. La Francois is founder and director of the CT Dugout Club. He has also been a partner and director of the World Baseball Coaches Convention since 2003 and America’s Game since 2001, in which coaches and athletes are instructed in the game of baseball. He resides in Old Saybrook, Conn.

BatteRs Ahmady, Alan Bergman, Joseph Biserta, Patrick Castillo, Juan Castillo, Yunier De La Cruz, Luis Edmondson, Chris Edwards, Jon Espinoza, Roberto Klein, Geoffrey Longmire, Nicholas Melker, Adam O'Neill, Mike Perez, Audry Rada, Jose Rodriguez, Jonathan Rosario, Rainel Sanchez, Victor Smith, Ross Summers, Houston Valaika, Matt Walsh, Colin PitCHeRs Avendano, Javier Butler, Keith Corrigan, Chris Edwards, Justin Ferrara, Anthony Gast, John Kington, David Lawler, Travis Mayes, LaCurtis McCully, Nicholas Moss, Andrew North, Matthew Rada, Jose Reid, Chase Russell, Zach Siegrist, Kevin Summers, Houston Wright, Justin

iB sO sB Cs DP slG OBP 0 11 0 0 1 .271 .350 0 48 5 1 3 .390 .400 0 28 2 3 4 .353 .339 0 7 0 0 2 .407 .356 0 32 4 3 4 .304 .286 0 4 0 0 0 .462 .286 0 15 0 0 4 .475 .353 0 55 0 3 4 .295 .281 0 10 0 0 0 .310 .306 0 24 0 0 2 .411 .385 2 62 12 3 5 .483 .372 0 19 4 0 6 .392 .414 0 13 5 1 2 .380 .393 0 33 2 3 3 .455 .368 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 56 3 2 11 .500 .337 3 23 0 1 0 .449 .386 0 42 2 3 7 .432 .377 0 6 0 0 0 .222 .333 0 0 0 0 0 - 1.000 1 23 5 2 4 .250 .254 0 14 2 1 2 .433 .420 eR 2 10 18 29 12 6 14 17 14 32 28 32 3 7 20 17 18 0 HR HB BB 0 0 4 1 1 15 1 5 14 4 3 22 2 0 4 1 1 8 3 0 14 4 3 17 3 0 10 4 2 17 6 3 23 3 5 20 0 0 7 2 1 5 2 3 31 1 3 16 0 2 26 0 1 2 iB 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 sO 4 50 23 66 17 36 31 40 23 44 61 22 33 43 61 14 20 10 WP 3 8 6 5 1 3 1 4 2 8 4 3 2 4 5 2 4 0

e 6 6 3 2 17 2 2 2 0 1 4 2 1 1 0 10 0 2 1 0 4 4 BK 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ARThuR “ACE” ADAMS

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Ace Adams will enter his fourth season as a pitching coach in the Cardinals organization and second in Batavia. He spent the 2008 and 2009 seasons serving as the pitching coach at Quad Cities. Prior to joining the Cardinals organization, he was a pitching coach in the Boston Red Sox system, with his last assignment for the Eastern League champion Portland Sea Dogs in 2006. He spent 2005 as the Wilmington Blue Rocks pitching coach and held the same role for the Augusta Greenjackets in 2004. Adams coached the Florida Marlins Single-A Jupiter affiliate in 2002, when his pitching staff helped lead the team to an 81-57 record while compiling an overall 3.41 ERA. He also coached the Expos Florida State League entry in Jupiter from 1999-2001 and was the pitching coach for the Expos’ short-season Vermont club in 1998. Adams entered the professional coaching ranks in 1997 with the Montreal Expos organization after 13 years as a college coach at the University of Michigan (1989-96), Brandeis (1986-89), Harvard (1985) and Dartmouth (1984). The Wellesley, Mass., native was a traveling batting practice pitcher for the Red Sox from 1984-85. Ace and his wife Wendy reside in Longmeadow, Mass. with their daughter Abigail.

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS johnSon CITY CARDInALS (RookIE)
howard johnson Field 111 Legion St. Johnson City, TN 37601 423-461-4866 FAX: 423-461-4864 www.jccardinals.com general Manager: Chuck Arnold Media Contact: Chuck Arnold Athletic Trainer: Scott Ensell

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Manager: Mike Shildt Record: 42-24 (First in Appalachian League, first in West Division) Playoffs: Won the Appalachian League Championship with a 2-0 sweep of Elizabethton. Swept Burlington 2-0 in the first round to advance to the Championship Series. Attendance: 24,049 (Eighth) All-Stars: Ryan Copeland, LHP; Hector Corpus, RHP; Cody Stanley, C; Oscar Taveras, OF; League Leaders: Ryan Copeland (7 W, T2nd) Hector Corpas (17Svs, 1st; 24 Games pitched, T1st) Greg Garcia (49 Runs scored, 2nd) Aidan Lucas (24 Games pitched, T1st) Romulo Ruiz (19 2Bs, 4th; 34 BB, 1st) Cody Stanley (.321 BA, 4th; .380 OBP, 4th) Oscar Taveras (.322 BA, 3rd; 43 RBI, 4th; .526 SLG, 5th) Kleininger Teran (.303 BA, 7th) Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)
1B 2B 3B SS Kleininger Teran . . . . . . . . . .38 Greg Garcia . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Romulo Ruiz . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Cesar Valera . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 C Cody Stanley . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Travis Tartamella . . . . . . . . . .28 OF Roberto Reyes . . . . . . . . . . . .54 OF Oscar Taveras . . . . . . . . . . . .48 R OF Virgil Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 ST Cale Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 REL Hector Corpas . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Aidan Lucas . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 BB

2010 FInAL johnSon CITY STATISTICS

MIkE ShILDT

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Mike Shildt enters his third season as manager in Johnson City after serving as hitting coach for the Appalachian League entry in 2008. He also will act as minor league spring training coordinator for the fourth consecutive season. Shildt led his 2010 Johnson City squad to their first Appalachian League championship since 1976. He tied Steve Turco’s team record of 42 wins in a short-season, a year after leading the team to their best record (37-30) in 13 years in 2009. In 2007, Shildt was the position coach at Batavia. He served as an area scout for four seasons from 2004-07 prior to fulfilling player development duties toward the end of each of those seasons. Officially, this is his sixth season as a member of the field staff within the Cardinals organization, with consulting and instructional duties for the New Jersey Cardinals in 2004 and 2005. Prior to joining the Cardinals organization, Shildt worked three years as an associate scout for the Major League Scouting Bureau. Shildt has five years of collegiate coaching under his belt split between stops at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and University of North Carolina at Asheville. He also owned & operated On Deck, Baseball Academy in Pineville, N.C., training many major and minor league players for four years. Shildt, 42, is a 1991 graduate of UNC-Asheville with a degree in business and currently resides in Matthews, N.C. He was a threeyear letterwinner on the Bulldogs baseball team and grew up working for the Orioles AA team in Charlotte with Cal Ripken, Jr. and Eddie Murray, performing clubhouse detail and working the scoreboard.

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Ortiz enters his second season at Johnson City and fourth with the Cardinals organization after returning in 2008 for the first time since 1995. He spent the 2008 season as the hitting coach of the GCL Cards and in 2009 he served in the same capacity at Batavia. In 2010 the Johnson City club led the Appy League in almost every major statistical category including average, runs, runs batted in, doubles, on-base percentage, slugging percentage and on-base plus slugging. He was in the Dodgers organization from 2005-07, last serving as hitting coach for the GCL Dodgers in 2007. In 2006, he was with the Vero Beach Dodgers. Ortiz spent six seasons from 1999-2004 as a coach in the Tampa Bay Devil Rays’ organization. From 1999-2002, he coached with the Devil Rays’ Single-A Hudson Valley club, followed by a two-year stint at Single-A Bakersfield (2003-04). The Venezuela native started his coaching career at the University of Central Venezuela (1983-85). He then spent nine seasons (1987-95) as a coach in the Cardinals’ system, followed by a three-season coaching stint (1996-98) in the New York Yankees’ organization. Ortiz, an outfielder, played five seasons of professional baseball in the Montreal Expos and Minnesota Twins systems.

Castillo, Juan Cerreto, Philip De La Cruz, Roberto Edmondson, Chris Elkins, Patrick Garcia, Anthony Garcia, Greg Hill, Virgil Medina, David Ramos, Steven Reyes, Roberto Rodriguez, Starlin Ruiz, Romulo Stanley, Cody Tartamella, Travis Taveras, Oscar Teran, Kleininger Valera, Cesar Walsh, Colin Williams, Reggie Benes, Andrew Copeland, Ryan Corpas, Hector Daugherty, Patrick De Jesus, Angel Guzman, Francisco Hernandez, Hector Jenkins, Tyrell Jimenez, Charllan Johnson, Cale Kiekhefer, Dean Lucas, Aidan Nadeau, Jeff Nazario, Iden Patterson, Christopher Revesz, Robert Rosenthal, Trevor Siegrist, Kevin Whiting, Boone
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Doug WhITE

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Doug White is in his fourth season as a Cardinals minor league pitching coach and third at Johnson City. In 2008, he was pitching coach for the New York-Penn League champion Batavia MuckDogs. White has extensive experience as a pitching instructor and has founded and run “Passion for Pitching” clinics in Southern California. He recently served as a pitching instructor for a Major League Baseball International sponsored clinic in Peru. He was the pitching coach for manager Jack Clark at Mid-Missouri of the Independent Frontier League in 2004. Doug also was the extended spring training and Gulf Coast League pitching coach for the Montreal Expos in 2003. White is a 2002 graduate of Arizona State University in Broadcast Journalism and is a certified personal trainer. He made an appearance on the ABC reality TV show “Dating in the Dark” during the summer of 2009.

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS guLF CoAST LEAguE CARDInALS (RookIE)
Cardinals Complex 4795 University Dr. Jupiter, FL 33458 561-775-1818 FAX: 561-691-6886 Athletic Trainer: Keith Joynt

bASEbALL oPERATIonS 2010 FInAL guLF CoAST STATISTICS
Manager: Steve Turco Record: 28-28 (Eighth in Gulf Coast League, third in East Division) League Leaders: Manuel De La Cruz (28 Games pitched, 1st) Roberto De La Cruz (7 HRs, T1st) Luis Pimentel (.301 BA, 7th) Samuel Tuivailala (29 BB, T1st) Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)
1B 2B 3B SS Luis Pimentel . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Starlin Rodriguez . . . . . . . . . .34 Roberto De La Cruz . . . . . . . .39 Ildemaro Vargas . . . . . . . . . .27 avG .300 .186 .400 .241 .116 .211 .284 .220 .296 .253 .250 .203 .283 .214 .301 .283 .250 .285 .063 .167 .178 .239 .000 .284 G 10 35 4 46 19 39 39 33 9 23 6 24 28 29 46 40 8 47 9 7 42 34 4 33 aB 20 97 15 162 43 90 116 100 27 79 20 69 92 84 153 138 16 151 16 30 129 88 4 95 G 16 10 22 11 8 28 11 1 1 14 7 19 14 1 2 14 11 12 11 1 R 1 13 0 20 5 14 20 14 2 8 1 10 10 11 23 26 2 28 2 1 23 17 1 10 C OF OF OF H 6 18 6 39 5 19 33 22 8 20 5 14 26 18 46 39 4 43 1 5 23 21 0 27 Kevin Moscatel . . . . . . . . . . .27 Steven Ramos . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Anthony Fonseca . . . . . . . . . .37 Tony Bryant . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 2B 3B HR RBi sH sf HP 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 2 14 4 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 6 2 7 21 0 1 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 5 2 0 0 5 2 2 6 3 1 5 20 0 2 6 7 1 0 11 0 2 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 5 0 0 6 0 0 3 2 0 0 4 0 0 1 2 0 0 7 0 0 5 6 0 1 17 0 1 3 2 0 0 7 1 2 2 8 0 3 29 0 3 4 6 3 1 10 3 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 0 13 0 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 2 9 1 1 2 7 2 0 15 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 2 18 0 0 1 sv 0 0 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 iP 30.2 40 19.1 21.1 13.1 34 43.2 .2 5 27.2 37 28 18 1 3.2 16 55.1 34.1 48.2 .1 H 23 26 30 19 16 22 42 4 5 32 25 23 25 3 2 20 43 29 54 0 BB 1 17 1 7 6 9 19 16 4 10 1 8 11 7 10 9 0 9 3 1 29 8 0 12 R 13 8 19 22 9 9 24 6 2 22 11 7 26 2 0 11 23 13 32 0 ST Jose Pasen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 REL Manuel De La Cruz . . . . . . . .28

STEvE TuRCo

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oLIvER MARMoL

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This will be Marmol’s first season as a coach in the Cardinals system after being drafted by the Cardinals in the sixth round of the 2007 MLB June Amatuer Draft and spending the last four seasons playing in the minor league system. Marmol was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2004 out of Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Florida, but decided to attend the University of Charleston (South Carolina) where he batted .327 over three seasons with the Cougars. In his first season in the Cardinals organization (2007), Marmol played 33 games at Batavia and 31 at Quad Cities where he scored a combined 32 runs and registered a total 17 RBI and 11 stolen bases, while drawing a combined 23 walks. The next season he spent time at both Quad Cities and Palm Beach and played the last two seasons (2009-10) at Palm Beach.

DERnIER oRoZCo

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Orozco begins his sixth season as a pitching coach in the Cardinals system and returns to the Gulf Coast League club after spending 2010 season as the pitching coach for the Venezuelan Summer League entry. Orozco spent four years coaching in the Venezuelan League from 2006- 2008 and again last seson. He was pitching coach for the Gulf Coast League Cardinals in 2009. The 29-year-old played six professional seasons in the Boston Red Sox organization as a right-handed pitcher. He went 4-2 with a 6.09 ERA, and totaled four walks and 21 strikeouts, in 14 games (29.2 IP) for the Gulf Coast League Red Sox in 2003, his final season. He posted a 1.88 ERA in 14 Venezuelan Summer League outings (three starts) one year prior. In 2004, he was the first base coach for the Tigres De Aragua baseball club in the Venezuelan Winter League.

PitCHeRs Aguilar, Cesar Avendano, Javier Brand, Cole Castillo, Amaury Colorado, Moises De La Cruz, Manuel Freeman, Benjamin Garcia, Anthony Jimenez, Charllan Lucas, Joshua Martinez, Bryan Martinez, Ricky Mendoza, Richard Montero, Jesus Mura, Kyle Nuernberg, Dyllon Pasen, Jose Santana, Michael Uribe, Adriano Washington, David

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Turco enters his third season as manager of the Gulf Coast League club following a 2010 campaign in which he led the rookie Redbirds to their best record in the team’s four year history. He returned to managing in 2009 after spending nine seasons as a Cardinals scout. His previous managerial stops in the St. Louis chain for eight seasons (1992-99) included Johnson City for six seasons from 1994-99 and New Jersey from 1992-93. In 1996, he led Johnson City to a 42-26 record and in 1994 he guided them to an Appalachian League playoff berth. He is 320-342 in 10 seasons as a manager. The 54-year-old also has three years’ coaching experience in the Cardinals system, starting as a coach at Springfield in 1985 before moving to Savannah in 1986. After a four-year stint as a high school baseball coach, he returned to the professional level in 1991 to coach at Hamilton. Turco was signed by the Cardinals in 1978 as an infielder and played in the farm system from 1979-1984. Turco graduated from Cooper City High School in Florida in 1975. He earned a physical education degree from Florida State University in 1979. He resides in Clearwater, Fla.

BatteRs Alcala, Yorbel Bryant, Tony Cox, Zack De La Cruz, Roberto Dodd, Corderious Fonseca, Anthony Garcia, Anthony Garcia, Hector Hamilton, Mark Martin, Trevor Martinez, Jose Montero, Jesus Moscatel, Kevin Perez, Wader Pimentel, Luis Ramos, Steven Rivero, Alberto Rodriguez, Starlin Swinson, Michael Taveras, Oscar Tuivailala, Samuel Vargas, Ildemaro Vivas, Wilfred Washington, David

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS DoMInICAn CARDInALS (RookIE)
Academia de baseball Cardenales de San Luis Haras Nacionales Carretera Hacienda Estrella Municipio de La Victoria Santo Domingo Norte. Republica Domnicana Administrator: Aaron Rodriguez Coach: Selin Aquino

bASEbALL oPERATIonS 2010 FInAL DoMInICAn STATISTICS
Manager: Claudio Almonte Record: 39-32 (14th in Dominican Summer League, second in North Division) All-Stars- Carlos Martinez, RHP; Luis Perez, C. League Leaders: Carlos Martinez (0.76 ERA, 1st; 0.71 WHIP, T1st) Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)
1B 2B 3B SS Andres Beras . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Jorge Lopez . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Rafael Medina . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Daniel Barbuena . . . . . . . . . .39 avG .105 .233 .242 .269 .148 .255 .206 .178 .142 .161 .178 .234 .156 .302 .301 G 33 43 59 52 49 33 44 41 48 27 63 57 58 62 65 aB 86 133 186 156 135 106 126 90 106 87 185 171 173 179 226 G 10 11 9 9 7 14 12 12 4 9 13 8 9 12 16 7 14 4 10 13 R 8 15 31 19 15 10 16 17 19 8 20 28 15 41 43 C OF OF OF H 9 31 45 42 20 27 26 16 15 14 33 40 27 54 68 Luis Perez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Jose Pena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Amaury Capellan . . . . . . . . . .41 Victor Encanacion . . . . . . . . .38 2B 3B HR RBi sH sf HP 2 0 0 5 0 0 4 6 1 1 19 0 1 3 8 1 1 25 2 1 13 6 2 1 27 1 2 8 3 0 0 11 1 5 7 5 3 0 12 0 0 1 2 0 0 10 1 1 2 4 0 0 7 3 0 1 4 0 0 7 2 1 8 3 0 1 7 0 1 2 3 1 1 19 1 3 0 6 0 1 20 1 1 4 4 2 0 13 1 1 6 8 3 1 30 3 5 7 8 2 1 20 4 1 1 sv 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 iP 34 22.1 11 22.2 7.2 49 27 44.2 7.2 23.1 33 36.1 14 59 62 13.2 33.2 11 33.2 41.2 H 25 17 9 25 5 39 23 36 3 14 32 20 11 28 45 7 34 10 31 38 BB 13 10 29 31 31 20 19 22 21 15 18 34 23 29 25 R 11 17 16 18 8 20 8 13 3 10 34 15 8 8 21 6 20 11 12 17 ST Carlos Martinez . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 REL Addelin Ceballo . . . . . . . . . . .11 Hansel De Los Santos Delvi Rodriguez iB sO sB Cs DP slG OBP 0 38 2 1 2 .128 .252 0 28 5 1 1 .316 .299 0 47 12 10 1 .312 .380 0 40 11 4 6 .353 .411 0 33 8 3 4 .170 .326 1 22 5 1 3 .358 .378 1 25 6 2 2 .222 .318 0 35 6 2 1 .222 .345 0 36 13 1 2 .179 .324 0 16 2 1 1 .230 .295 0 28 7 5 6 .222 .248 0 34 7 5 3 .287 .371 1 74 8 2 3 .202 .276 0 21 11 5 3 .397 .409 1 26 21 3 3 .367 .372 eR 6 11 9 17 4 15 8 10 3 7 28 12 5 5 19 5 14 4 7 13 HR HB BB 2 5 11 2 3 13 0 2 20 1 5 8 0 2 19 5 2 26 3 4 11 6 4 7 0 3 5 0 1 16 2 6 37 0 9 13 1 2 14 1 6 14 4 12 31 0 1 15 0 3 24 0 0 13 0 2 15 0 3 14 iB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 sO 37 10 10 14 11 40 24 45 7 34 30 55 12 78 55 18 41 14 29 41 WP 4 4 10 6 5 9 4 1 1 2 9 10 4 6 11 4 6 13 3 3 e 10 10 13 3 0 0 1 2 1 7 9 12 4 4 10 BK 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 2

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Jimenez was hired by the Cardinals prior to the start of the 2007 Venezuelan Summer League and this marks his fourth season as hitting coach with the Cardinals organization. He served as hitting coach for the VSL Cardinals from 2007-2009. Prior to joining the Cardinals, he worked for five years (2001-06) for the Boston Red Sox as a scout/outfield instructor and hitting coach in Venezuela and the Dominican Republic. Jimenez, 33, also worked as a Venezuelan scout and outfield instructor for the Florida Marlins from 1999-2000. A minor league outfielder for two seasons (1993-94) in the Los Angeles Dodgers system, Jimenez moved to the scouting and coaching ranks and spent four seasons as an outfield instructor and VSL scout for the Dodgers from 1994-98.

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Villanueva is entering his fourth year as a pitching coach for the Dominican Summer League Cardinals after joining the St. Louis Cardinals organization as pitching coach for the DSL entry in the summer of 2005. After serving as an assistant pitching instructor at the Cardinals Jupiter, Fla. complex in 2008, he returned to coaching in 2009. A former right-handed pitcher, he signed with Florida in 1995 and pitched six seasons in the Marlins minor league system. His final stop was in 2000 at Single-A Kane County of the Midwest League, where he went 1-6 with a 3.76 ERA. Overall, Villanueva was 14-28 with a 3.95 ERA in 77 career minor league games (61 starts). Villanueva also played for the Tigres de Licey from 1998-2001 in the Caribbean Baseball Series. The 32-year-old is a native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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Peniche begins his first year in the Cardinals organization after spending the past 12 seasons coaching in the Detroit Tigers organization, the last four as manager of the DSL Tigers. He began his coaching career with the Oneonta Tigers (A) in 1999 and spent the 2000-2006 seasons as a coach with the DSL squad. He was promoted to manager of the DSL Tigers in 2007 and led the team to a 45-20 record and a second place finish in their division. Peniche has spent his entire career up to this season in the Tigers organization as he was a nondrafted free agent with the Tigers and played four seasons in their minor league system. He played three seasons (199597) with the Gulf Coast League Tigers (R) and spent one season (1998) in the New York-Penn League with the Jamestown Jammers.

BatteRs Agustin, Jose Baez, Fernando Barbuena, Daniel Beras, Andres Capellan, Amaury Castillo, Ronard Celestino, Eduardo Diaz, Domingo Encanacion, Victor Ferreira, Victor Lopez, Jorge Medina, Rafael Pena, Jose Perez, Luis Reyes, Robelys

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS 2010 FInAL vEnEZuELAn STATISTICS
Record: 22-45 Most-used Lineup (Most games at each position)
1B 2B 3B SS C Limbert Rivas . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Breyvil Valera . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Ronnierd Garcia . . . . . . . . . . .60 Lanier Bueno . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Gerwins Velasco . . . . . . . . . .42 avG .210 .243 .228 .223 .254 .185 .104 .207 .184 .301 .269 .325 .270 W-l 1-3 4-2 1-4 2-1 1-1 0-0 0-6 2-3 0-2 1-2 1-5 0-3 2-0 2-1 1-0 1-2 2-6 0-4 1-0 G 60 65 51 63 42 25 15 30 40 62 58 60 67 aB 200 230 184 215 134 81 48 82 103 196 223 212 233 G 17 12 14 10 15 2 16 9 15 14 9 10 12 14 10 7 13 12 13 R 20 28 27 20 24 6 4 10 14 32 35 40 34 OF Jhohan Acevedo . . . . . . . . . .59 OF Jem Argenal . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 OF Marlon Sucre . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 ST Ramon Ulacio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 REL Kevin Cueto . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 H 42 56 42 48 34 15 5 17 19 59 60 69 63 2B 3B HR RBi sH sf HP 6 0 0 18 5 2 2 13 2 4 36 0 4 3 2 0 0 9 2 0 4 5 1 2 23 1 1 5 7 2 2 20 0 3 4 1 0 0 5 1 0 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 4 0 0 3 3 1 4 2 0 3 13 4 0 1 7 0 1 22 5 4 4 14 0 8 33 2 0 2 16 6 1 22 4 3 5 14 0 5 38 2 0 2 sv 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 iP 45.1 53.2 28 22.1 20 4 34.1 27.2 31.1 23.2 43 21.2 22.2 27.1 17 13.2 63 36 23 H 41 34 24 17 17 2 34 35 42 26 40 29 20 26 26 16 64 36 30 BB 20 20 26 19 17 7 4 4 14 34 11 24 36 R 21 15 18 5 19 0 25 18 32 18 18 19 10 16 23 11 34 33 24 iB sO sB Cs DP slG OBP 0 66 6 8 6 .240 .286 0 29 3 3 7 .370 .307 0 28 3 3 3 .239 .336 0 51 3 1 5 .284 .300 2 31 2 0 3 .381 .348 0 26 2 1 1 .198 .298 0 12 0 0 1 .104 .204 0 20 1 0 0 .256 .275 0 32 1 2 4 .291 .288 1 21 3 2 4 .352 .408 0 49 8 2 3 .439 .309 0 15 10 3 3 .472 .402 1 41 1 0 3 .395 .373 eR 19 10 15 5 13 0 20 14 30 11 13 16 9 11 18 11 27 28 19 HR HB BB 3 5 9 0 6 16 0 3 22 2 0 7 1 7 19 0 0 1 0 6 27 0 1 6 0 8 12 1 4 13 3 4 9 1 10 7 0 0 6 1 5 19 1 2 10 0 3 8 3 5 10 1 6 32 2 3 16 iB 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 sO 28 58 24 9 16 3 22 15 22 10 21 11 22 19 17 7 38 23 8 WP 2 3 9 1 5 0 8 1 4 1 2 9 2 3 4 3 3 6 0 e 5 4 9 14 9 8 5 6 5 9 6 13 10 BK 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 1 3 2 1 1 0 1 bATTIng AvERAgE Breyvil Valera- VSL ........................325 Cody Stanley- JC/QC ....................319 Matt Adams- Quad Cities................310 Matt Carpenter- PB/ Springfield ......309 Kleininger Teran - Johnson City ......303 Oscar Taveras- Johnson City..........303 Luis Perez- DSL ............................302 Luis Pimentel- GCL ........................301 Limbert Rivas- VSL ........................301 Robelys Reyes- DSL ......................301 DoubLES Matt Adams- Quad Cities..................41 Alex Castellanos- Palm Beach ..........35 Dan Descalso- Memphis ..................32 Niko Vasquez-QC/ Palm Beach ........32 Matt Carpenter- PB/ Springfield ........31 Ruben Gotay- Memphis....................30 Steven Hill- Memphis........................28 Pete Kozma- Springfield ..................28 Thomas Pham- PB/ Springfield ........27 Richard Racobaldo- Palm Beach ......27 RunS bATTED In Steven Hill- Spr./ Memphis................92 Matt Adams- Quad Cities..................88 Allen Craig- Memphis ......................81 Xavier Scruggs- PB/Springfield ........74 Edgar Lara- Quad Cities ..................73 Pete Kozma- Springfield ..................72 Dan Descalso- Memphis ..................71 Ruben Gotay- Memphis ..................70 Niko Vasquez- QC/ Palm Beach ......70 Matt Carpenter- PB/ Springfield ........69 SLuggIng PERCEnTAgE Matthew Adams - Quad Cities.........541 Steven Hill- Spr./ Memphis..............529 Andrew Brown- Springfield..............526 Chris Edmondson- Batavia ............509 Jonathan Rodriguez- Batavia .........500 Amaury Cazana- Memphis ............496 Oscar Taveras- GCL/JC ................485 Nick Longmire- Batavia ..................483 Xavier Scruggs- PB/Springfield ......472 Breyvil Valera- VSL ........................472

bASEbALL oPERATIonS CARDInALS MInoR LEAguE LEADERS _ 2010
(Includes Regular Season games only)

bATTIng LEADERS
RunS Matt Carpenter- PB/ Springfield ........93 Dan Descalso- Memphis ..................86 Ruben Gotay- Memphis....................84 James Rapoport- Spr./Memphis........74 Matt Adams- Quad Cities..................71 Aaron Luna- Mem./Springfield ..........70 Pete Kozma- Springfield ..................69 Tyler Greene- Memphis....................67 Daryl Jones- Springfield....................67 Andrew Brown- Springfield ..............65 TRIPLES Alex Castellanos- Palm Beach............7 D’Marcus Ingram- QC/ PB ..................7 Nick Longmire- Batavia ......................7 Adron Chambers- Spr./ Memphis........6 Daryl Jones- Springfield......................6 Breyvil Valera- VSL ............................6 Reggie Williams- Johnson City............6 Eight players tied with ........................5 hITS Matt Carpenter- PB/ Springfield ......153 Matt Adams- Quad Cities................144 James Rapoport- Spr./Memphis......136 Ruben Gotay- Memphis..................135 Dan Descalso- Memphis................132 Ryan Jackson- Palm Beach............125 Alex Castellanos- Palm Beach ........124 Pete Kozma- Springfield ................122 Jose Garcia- Springfield..................120 Two players tied with ......................112 hoME RunS Steven Hill- Spr./ Memphis................24 Matt Adams- Quad Cities..................22 Andrew Brown- Springfield ..............22 Xavier Scruggs- PB/Springfield ........21 Mark Hamilton- Memphis..................20 Edgar Lara- Quad Cities ..................17 Aaron Luna- Mem./Springfield ..........16 Allen Craig- Memphis ......................14 Five players tied with ........................13

BatteRs Acevedo, Jhohan Argenal, Jem Bueno, Lainer Garcia, Ronnierd Gomez, Jose Gonzalez, Kevin Marquez, Manuel Martina, Hayrich Martinez, Teharick Rivas, Limbert Sucre, Marlon Valera, Breyvil Velasco, Gerwins
BASEBALL OPERATIONS

PitCHeRs Almeida, Alberth Bier, Deimer Brito, Ismael Canache, Roberto Cueto, Kevin Echeverria, Angelo Escudero, Jhonatan Garcia, Silfredo Gerdel, Anderson Guerra, Geudy Montanez, Fermin Perez, Jose Planchart, Douglas Polanco, Jhonny Ramos, Edubray Solarte, Jackson Ulacio, Ramon Villanueva, Dail Villegas, Kender

eRa 3.77 1.68 4.82 2.01 5.85 0.00 5.24 4.55 8.62 4.18 2.72 6.65 3.57 3.62 9.53 7.24 3.86 7.00 7.43

Gs CG sHO Gf 3 0 0 4 12 0 0 0 3 0 0 6 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 4 6 1 0 1 3 0 0 4 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 13 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 5

WALkS Ruben Gotay- Memphis....................95 Matt Carpenter- PB/Springfield..........90 Niko Vasquez- QC/Palm Beach ........82 Aaron Luna- Mem./Springfield ..........68 Thomas Pham- PB/ Springfield ........60 Ryan Jackson- QC/Palm Beach........59 Pete Kozma- Springfield ..................56 James Rapoport- Spr./Memphis........54 Daryl Jones- Springfield....................52 Frederick Parejo- Quad Cities ..........52 on bASE PERCEnTAgE Matt Carpenter- PB/Springfield........418 Aaron Luna- Mem./Springfield ........415 Andres Beras- DSL ........................411 Ruben Gotay- Memphis..................410 Luis Perez- DSL ............................409 Limbert Rivas- VSL ........................408 Breyvil Valera- VSL ........................402 Joe Bergman- Batavia ...................400 Thomas Pham- PB/Springfield .......394 Daniel Barbuena- DSL ...................380

SToLEn bASES (Sb-CS) Jose Garcia- PB/ Springfield ..........25-6 D’Marcus Ingram- QC/ PB ..........22-12 Robelys Reyes- DSL ....................21-3 Jarred Bogany- Palm Beach ..........19-5 Alex Castellanos- Palm Beach ......19-9 Thomas Pham- PB/ Springfield ......17-6 Ted Obregon- PB/ QC ..................16-4 Daryl Jones- Springfield ................15-9 Steven Ramos- GCL/ JC ..............15-2 Two players tied with ....................14-5 oPS (on bASE + SLg PCT) Andrew Brown- Springfield..............897 Matt Adams- Quad Cities................896 Matt Carpenter- PB/Springfield........889 Steven Hill- Spr./Memphis ..............874 Breyvil Valera- VSL ........................873 Aaron Luna- Mem./Springfield ........870 Chris Edmondson- Batavia ............861 Nick Longmire- Batavia ..................855 Amaury Cazana- Memphis ............849 Ruben Gotay- Memphis..................845

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bASEbALL oPERATIonS CARDInALS MInoR LEAguE LEADERS — 2010
(Includes Regular-Season games only)

PITChIng LEADERS
WInS Brian Broderick- PB/Springfield ......14-7 Lance Lynn- Memphis ................13-10 David Kopp- Mem./Springfield........12-9 Brandon Dickson- Memphis ..........11-8 Daniel Calhoun- Quad Cities..........10-0 Scott McGregor- PB/Springfield ....10-8 Arquimedes Nieto- Spr./PB ..........10-10 Kevin Thomas- Palm Beach ..........10-2 Nick Addition- Springfield ................9-6 Seven pitchers tied with......................8 gAMES PITChED Josh Kinney- Memphis ....................56 Rich Rundles- Memphis ..................56 Thomas Eager- Springfield ..............54 Blake King- Springfield ....................53 Adam Reifer- Spr./Memphis ............52 Ramon Delgado- PB/ Springfield ......51 Aaron Terry- Quad Cities..................51 Eduardo Sanchez- Spr./Memphis ....50 David Carpenter- Palm Beach ..........49 Joel Pichardo- Palm Beach ..............47 SAvES David Carpenter- Palm Beach ..........20 Fernando Salas- Memphis ..............19 Hector Corpas- Johnson City............17 Josh Kinney- Memphis ....................17 Jose Rada- Batavia/QC....................17 Adam Reifer- Spr./Memphis ............17 Aaron Terry- Quad Cities..................15 Eduardo Sanchez- Spr./Memphis ....14 Casey Mulligan- Spr./Palm Beach ....13 Manuel De La Cruz- GCL ..................9 STRIkEouT/WALk RATIo^ Boone Whiting- Johnson City ........13.6 Ryan Copeland- Johnson City ......6.86 Carlos Martinez- DSL ....................5.57 Cale Johnson- Johnson City ..........4.50 Evan MacLane- Memphis..............3.90 Ramon Ulacio- VSL ......................3.80 Brian Broderick- Springfield............3.68 Deimer Bier- VSL ..........................3.63 Jose Pasen- GCL..........................3.06 Scott McGregor- Springfield ..........3.05
* = 0.8 IP per team game ^ = min. 30 IP

InnIngS PITChED Brandon Dickson- Memphis............167 Lance Lynn- Memphis ....................164 Arquimedes Nieto- Spr./PB ..........150.2 Nick Additiion- Springfield ............150.1 Brian Broderick- PB/Springfield ......150 Evan MacLane- Memphis ............147.2 David Kopp- Mem./Springfield ........145 Eric Fornataro- Quad Cities..........140.1 Scott McGregor- PB/Springfield ..137.2 Scott Schneider-QC/ Palm Beach 137.2 gAMES STARTED Lance Lynn- Memphis ......................29 Eric Fornataro- Quad Cities ..............28 Nick Addition- Springfield ..................27 Richard Castillo- Palm Beach............27 Brandon Dickson- Memphis..............27 David Kopp- Mem./Springfield ..........26 Arquimedes Nieto- Spr./PB ..............26 Brian Broderick- PB/Springfield ........24 Shelby Miller- Quad Cities ................24 Evan MacLane- Memphis ................23 oPPonEnT’S AvERAgE^ Carlos Martinez- DSL ....................144 Bryan Martinez- DSL/GCL ..............176 Deimer Bier- VSL ..........................180 Zach Russell- Batavia ....................192 Ryan Copeland- Johnson City ........202 Willy Paulino- DSL..........................207 Jose Pasen- GCL ..........................211 Scott Schneider- QC/PB ................226 Andrew Moss- Batavia....................238 Arquimedes Nieto- Spr./PB ............243 ToughEST To hR oFF ..(TbF/hR)^ Deimer Bier- VSL ......(215 TBF/0 HR) ---Nick Greenwood- QC ................(95/0) ---Bryan Martinez- DSL/GCL ..............302.0 Carlos Martinez- GCL/DSL..............228.0 Adriano Uribe- GCL ........................220.0 Cale Johnson- JC ..........................134.5 Zach Russell- Batavia ....................126.0 Ramon Ulacio- VSL ..........................52.6 Justin Edwards- Batavia..................82.25 Ryan Copeland- JC ..........................68.0

STRIkEouTS Lance Lynn- Memphis ....................141 Shelby Miller- Quad Cities ..............140 Brandon Dickson- Memphis............137 Deryk Hooker- QC/Palm Beach ......127 Scott Schneider- QC/Palm Beach ..115 Nick Addition- Springfield................109 Michael Blazek- PB/QC ..................106 P.J. Walters- Memphis ..................106 Arquimedes Nieto- Spr./PB ............105 Two pitchers tied with ....................102 ERA* Carlos Martinez- DSL ....................0.76 Deimer Bier- VSL ..........................1.68 Ryan Copeland- Johnson City ......1.86 Bryan Martinez- DSL/GCL ............2.45 Willy Paulino- DSL ........................2.76 Zach Russell- Batavia....................2.93 Scott McGregor- PB/Springfield ....3.14 Brandon Dickson- Memphis ..........3.23 Jose Pasen- GCL..........................3.25 Andrew Moss- Batavia ..................3.35 STRIkEouTS/9 IP^ Shelby Miller- Quad Cities..............12.1 Carlos Martinez- DSL ....................11.9 Boone Whiting- Johnson City ......11.33 Bryan Martinez- DSL/GCL ..........10.55 Deimer Bier- VSL ..........................9.73 Zach Russell- Batavia....................8.95 Jose Pasen- GCL..........................8.46 Ryan Copeland- Johnson City ........8.1 Willy Paulino- DSL ........................7.98 Lance Lynn- Memphis ..................7.74 WALkS/hITS PER IP^ Carlos Martinez- DSL ....................0.71 Ryan Copeland- Johnson City ......0.86 Deimer Bier- VSL ..........................0.93 Bryan Martinez- DSL/GCL ............1.01 Jose Pasen- GCL..........................1.08 Boone Whiting- Johnson City ........1.09 Scott Schneider- QC/PB ................1.14 Zach Russell- Batavia....................1.17 Ramon Ulacio- VSL ......................1.17 Andrew Moss- Batavia ..................1.21

BASEBALL OPERATIONS

222

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS 2011 MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’1” Bats - R Born - 3/28/93 Caracas, VZ Weight - 173 Throws - R Resides - Caracas, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/6/2010 YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 VSL Cardinals VSL .210 60 200 20 42 6 0 0 18 5 2 2 Minor League Totals .210 60 200 20 42 6 0 0 18 5 2 2

ACEVEDO, Johan A.

OF

BB SO SB CS 20 66 6 8 20 66 6 8

SLG OBP .240 .286 .240 .286

E 5 5

Height - 6-3 Bats - L Born - 12/16/87 at Hollywood, FL Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Davie, FL SCHOOL - Indian River CC (FL) HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 47th round selection (1418th overall) in the June, 2006 First-Year Player Draft. Signed to a 2007 contract on 5/30/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Second in the Texas League with 27 games started and fifth with 150.1 innings pitched... named Texas League Pitcher of the Week of 7/26-8/1 when he went 2-0 in 2 games (11.1 IP, 3 ER, 2.43 ERA). 2008: Named Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for June (2-0, 1.53 ERA at QC) and August (3-1, 1.69 ERA at QC/PB)...his 2.50 ERA at Quad Cities was 5th-best in the Midwest League...tossed one of only six franchise shutouts on 8/21 vs. St. Lucie...had a 31.2-inning scoreless streak from 5/10-6/19...was Midwest League Pitcher of the Week from 6/2-8 and Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for 8/18-24. 2007: Named Appalachian League Pitcher of the Week for 7/2-8 after allowing just one earned run for the week, giving up three hits in five innings against first-place Elizabethton on 7/4 before three scoreless innings of work against Bristol on 7/8. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 Johnson City Appy 2-1 3.76 14 9 0 0 1 52.2 56 23 22 6 3 11 61 1 0 Batavia NYP 1-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 5.1 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 08 Quad Cities Mid 9-5 2.50 25 19 0 0 1 119.0 92 41 33 12 5 35 108 3 0 Palm Beach FSL 2-0 0.50 3 3 1 1 0 18.0 11 2 1 1 1 5 13 1 0 09 Palm Beach FSL 4-3 3.06 19 15 0 0 0 79.1 69 40 27 1 5 37 66 10 1 Springfield Tex 2-3 3.19 8 8 0 0 0 48.0 36 21 17 5 2 21 26 1 0 10 Springfield Tex 9-6 4.43 28 27 0 0 0 150.1 155 75 74 22 9 53 109 10 1 Minor League Totals 29-18 3.31 100 81 1 1 2 472.2 421 202 174 47 25 163 388 26 2

ADDITON, Nicholas (Nick)

LHP

223

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6’3 Bats - L Born - 8/31/88 at Philipsburg, PA Weight - 230 Throws - R Resides - Philipsburg, PA SCHOOL - Slippery Rock University (PA) HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 23rd round selection (699th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led the Midwest League with 88 RBI, 63 extra-base hits and a .541 slugging percentage...led all Cardinals minor leaguers in slugging percentage and doubles (41)...registered a 14-game hitting streak from 7/31-8/14...named a Midwest League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star. 2009: Led all Cardinals minor leaguers with a .355 batting average, .574 slugging percentage and a .947 OPS...hit a two-run home run in first professional plate appearance at KNG (6/23)...14-game hitting streak (8/3-19) ranked 2nd in the New York-Penn League (.367, 22-60, 2 HR, 12 RBI)...finished NY-P League time with a 19-game home hiting streak. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 09 Johnson City Appy .365 32 115 15 42 6 0 6 25 0 3 1 9 20 0 0 .574 .406 2 Batavia NYP .346 31 130 16 45 11 0 4 27 0 1 0 11 21 0 0 .523 .394 4 10 Quad Cities Mid .310 121 464 71 144 41 0 22 *88 0 9 4 33 78 5 1 *.541 .355 10 Minor League Totals .326 184 709 102 231 58 0 32 140 0 13 5 53 119 5 1 .543 .371 16

ADAMS, Matthew J.

1B

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 5/15/92 Fontana, CA Weight - 250 Throws - R Resides - Fontana, CA HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 14th round selection (439th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Registered a stretch of six straight appearances from 7/18-8/9 without allowing an earned run (12.0 IP). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 3-2 3.82 16 4 0 0 0 30.2 23 13 13 4 1 13 25 1 0 Minor League Totals 3-2 3.82 16 4 0 0 0 30.2 23 13 13 4 1 13 25 1 0

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 9/6/90 at Maracaibo, VZ Weight - 168 Throws - R Resides - Maracaibo, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals to a 2008 contract as a non-drafted free agent on 7/2/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Between the Gulf Coast League and New York-Penn league, combined to allow just five hits in 43 at bats with runners in scoring position (.116 BA) and just one hit in 20 at bats w/RISP and two outs (.050 BA). 2009: Finished 2nd among Cardinals minor leaguers with a 2.23 ERA between VSL and GCL. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-1 2.34 12 10 0 0 1 42.1 35 12 11 1 2 18 33 5 3 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 6-3 1.79 13 13 0 0 0 65.1 59 24 13 0 3 21 60 7 0 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-0 2.08 5 1 0 0 0 13.0 10 4 3 2 2 6 14 1 0 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 1.35 10 8 0 0 0 40.0 26 8 6 1 3 14 52 6 0 Batavia NYP 0-0 4.50 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 3 2 2 0 0 4 4 3 0 Minor League Totals 8-4 1.91 41 33 0 0 1 164.2 133 50 35 4 10 63 163 22 3

AGUILAR, Cesar

AVENDANO, Javier E.

RHP

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 4/2/93 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/24/09. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .105 33 86 8 9 2 0 0 5 0 0 4 Minor League Totals .105 33 86 8 9 2 0 0 5 0 0 4

AGUSTIN, Jose (Junior)

IF

BB SO SB CS 13 38 2 1 13 38 2 1

SLG OBP .128 .252 .128 .252

E 10 10

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 12/14/87 at Fresno, CA Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Fresno, CA SCHOOL - Fresno State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 11th round selection (339th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Batted a combined .333 (20-for-60) against lefties...went 16-for-43 (.372) with runners in scoring position at QC. 2009: Selected to the New York-Penn League All-Star Game, went 0-2 starting at third base...Named NY-P League Player of the Week for 6/29-7/5 batting .429 (9-21) with 10 runs scored...12-game hitting streak (6/25-7/8) ranked T-6th in the NY-P League (.429, 18-42, 16 runs)...reached base 29 consecutive games (7/31-8/31), ranking 3rd in the NY-P League. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 09 Batavia NYP .292 67 243 46 71 13 1 3 32 1 3 2 47 52 2 3 .391 .407 7 10 Batavia NYP .208 13 48 8 10 3 0 0 3 0 1 1 10 11 0 0 .271 .350 6 Quad Cities Mid .304 41 125 27 38 8 1 1 18 0 1 1 31 31 1 1 .408 .443 9 Minor League Totals .286 121 416 81 119 24 2 4 53 1 5 4 88 94 3 4 .382 .411 22

AHMADY, Alan

3B

Height - 6’1 Bats - S Born - 3/23/93 at Loiza, PR Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 10/28/09. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked first on the DSL pitching staff with 47 strikeouts. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .242 59 186 31 45 8 1 1 25 2 1 13 Minor League Totals .242 59 186 31 45 8 1 1 25 2 1 13

BARBUENA, Daniel

IF

BB SO SB CS 29 47 12 10 29 47 12 10

SLG OBP .312 .380 .312 .380

E 13 13

Height - 6’0” Bats - R Born - 11/30/91 Caracas, VZ Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Paracotos, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 1/19/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-3 3.77 17 3 0 0 0 45.1 41 Minor League Totals 1-3 3.77 17 3 0 0 0 45.1 41

ALMEIDA, Alberth

RHP

R 21 21

ER 19 19

HR 3 3

HB 5 5

BB 9 9

SO 28 28

WP BK 2 0 2 0

Height - 5’11” Bats - R Born - 6/16/93 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 6/28/10. CAREER NOTES - 2010:Struck out a season-high eight batters in a start on 8/9 at DSL SEA. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 5-0 1.59 10 2 0 0 1 34.0 25 11 6 Minor League Totals 5-0 1.59 10 2 0 0 1 34.0 25 11 6

BAUTISTA, Juan

RHP

HR 2 2

HB 5 5

BB 11 11

SO 37 37

WP BK 4 0 4 0

Height - 6’4 Bats - R Born - 11/19/91 at Chinandega, Nicaragua Weight - 260 Throws - R Resides - Chinandega, Nicaragua HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/25/08. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Spent time at first base, left and right field. Did not make an error in 10 games at first. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 09 VSL Cardinals VSL .276 59 185 20 51 4 1 2 19 0 3 2 13 44 1 2 10 VSL Cardinals VSL .243 65 230 28 56 13 2 4 36 0 4 3 20 29 3 3 Minor League Totals .258 124 415 48 107 17 3 6 55 0 7 5 33 73 4 5

ARGENAL, Jem F.

OF

SLG .341 .370 .357

OBP .325 .307 .315

E 4 8 12

Height - 5’10 Bats - S Born - 9/28/88 at Winston-Salem, NC Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Winston-Salem, NC SCHOOL - North Carolina A&T HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 26th round selection (789th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Hit his first career grand slam on 7/17 vs. Fort Wayne...recorded a career-high four-hit game with three doubles on 7/2 vs. Beloit. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 09 Johnson City Appy .175 19 57 13 10 1 0 2 8 0 1 0 6 14 3 0 .298 .250 0 10 Quad Cities Mid .259 72 251 40 65 21 3 6 37 0 1 2 31 61 1 2 .438 .344 6 Palm Beach FSL .245 14 49 11 12 3 0 2 8 1 0 0 6 15 1 0 .429 .327 4 Minor League Totals .244 105 357 64 87 25 3 10 53 1 2 2 43 90 5 2 .415 .327 10

BEATTY, Christian Jarreau (C.J.)

OF

224

225

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 2/1/92 at San Cristobal, DR Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - San Cristobal, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/30/09. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .233 43 133 15 31 6 1 1 19 0 1 3 Minor League Totals .233 43 133 15 31 6 1 1 19 0 1 3

BAEZ, Fernando

C

BB SO SB CS 10 28 5 1 10 28 5 1

SLG OBP .316 .299 .316 .299

E 10 10

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 11/4/88 St. Louis, MO Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - St. Louis, MO COLLEGE- Arkansas State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 35th round selection (1,069th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Allowed just one earned run in his last 12 appearances (17.1 IP) from 7/14-8/29...son of former Cardinals pitcher Andy Benes. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 Johnson City Appy 1-0 1.52 18 0 0 0 0 23.2 8 8 4 0 3 6 22 0 0 Minor League Totals 1-0 1.52 18 0 0 0 0 23.2 8 8 4 0 3 6 22 0 0

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 6/30/89 Harriman, NY Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Point Pleasant, NJ SCHOOL - Rutgers University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 24th round selection (739th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 Batavia NYP .281 53 153 18 43 8 0 1 26 2 5 1 15 28 2 3 Minor League Totals .281 53 153 18 43 8 0 1 26 2 5 1 15 28 2 3

BENES, Andrew C. (Drew)

BISERTA, Patrick

OF

SLG OBP .353 .339 .353 .339

E 3 3

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 11/30/90 at San Pedro de Macoris, DR Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - San Pedro de Macoris, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/2/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH 08 DSL Cardinals DSL .133 16 45 1 6 1 0 0 3 0 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .246 22 69 10 17 6 1 1 8 0 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .269 52 156 19 42 6 2 1 27 1 Minor League Totals .241 90 270 30 65 13 3 2 38 1
MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

BERAS, Andres A.

OF

SF HP 0 0 0 2 2 8 2 10

BB 3 5 31 39

SO SB CS 13 1 1 24 4 0 40 11 4 77 16 5

SLG .156 .406 .353 .333

OBP .188 .316 .411 .355

E 1 0 5 6

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 8/27/86 at Texarkana, TX Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Texarkana, TX SCHOOL - University of Mississippi HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 4th round selection (129th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Sat out entire 2010 season with right shoulder injury. 2009: Baseball America first-team All-American during 2008 season...Led the nation with a 16.56 K/9 IP (130 K in 70.2 IP...3rd in total Ks)...Ranked 8th in the NCAA in ERA (1.78)...Struck out a career-high12 batters in 4.1 IP during NCAA Regional vs. #12 Missouri. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 Palm Beach FSL DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 10 Palm Beach FSL DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY

BITTLE, Joseph S. (Scott)

RHP

Height - 5’10 Bats - L Born - 2/7/88 at Charleston, SC Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Charleston, SC COLLEGE- College of Charleston HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 33rd round selection (1,009th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named to the New York-Penn League All-Star team...registered a 14-game hitting streak from 6/197/6 (4th-best in the NY-P). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 10 Batavia NYP .300 62 210 38 63 12 2 1 31 3 1 4 31 48 5 1 .390 .400 6 Minor League Totals .300 62 210 38 63 12 2 1 31 3 1 4 31 48 5 1 .390 .400 6

BERGMAN, Joseph

2B

Height -6’2 Bats - R Born - 3/3/89 at Rock Falls, IL Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - Rock Falls, IL SCHOOL - Arizona State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' supplemental first round selection (46th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named PAC-10 Pitcher of the Year...named first team All-PAC-10 and second team Louisville Slugger All-American. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 2011 WILL BE HIS FIRST PROFESSIONAL SEASON

BLAIR, Seth A.

RHP

Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 6/19/88 Lake Forest, CA Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Lake Forest, CA COLLEGE- University of California-Irvine HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 8th round selection (259th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Struck out a career-high nine batters on 8/26 at Clinton...went 3-0 in August with a 2.32 ERA in 5 games (3 GS) with 27 strikeouts...set the UC-Irvine career strikeout record with 332 passing fellow Cardinals minor leaguer Scott Gorgen’s mark...2010 Big West Pitcher of the Year...Collegiate Baseball first team all-American...Golden Spikes semi-finalist. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 Quad Cities Mid 4-0 1.91 8 5 0 0 0 33.0 24 9 7 1 2 14 39 2 0 Minor League Totals 4-0 1.91 8 5 0 0 0 33.0 24 9 7 1 2 14 39 2 0

BIBONA, Daniel

LHP

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 1/6/91 at Miranda, VZ Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Miranda, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/2/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Topped the Cardinals minor league system as the toughest pitcher to homer off (215 TBF/0 HR), ranked third in WHIP (0.93) and ranked second with a 1.68 ERA. 2009: Led the Venezuelan Summer League with highest strikeout/innings pitched (K/9 IP) with 10.29. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 VSL Cardinals VSL 3-1 2.80 14 13 0 0 0 61.0 51 24 19 3 4 13 37 3 2 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 5-3 2.29 13 13 0 0 0 63.0 50 20 16 3 1 19 72 0 1 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 4-2 1.68 12 12 0 0 0 53.2 34 15 10 0 6 16 58 3 0 Minor League Totals 12-6 2.28 39 38 0 0 0 177.2 135 59 45 6 11 48 167 6 3

BIER, Deimer

RHP

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 3/16/89 at Las Vegas, NV Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Las Vegas, NV SCHOOL - Arbor View HS (NV) HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 35th round selection (1,068th overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led Midwest League relief pitchers with lowest BA (.168) and fewest baserunners/9 IP ratio (7.56). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 GCL Cardinals GCL 3-3 2.60 10 3 0 0 0 34.2 33 13 10 1 2 13 42 4 0 08 Johnson City Appy 1-4 5.05 13 9 0 0 0 46.1 49 33 26 4 6 16 47 5 0 09 Batavia NYP 4-9* 4.50 15 12 0 0 0 64.0 73 45 32 3 5 24 62 13 0 10 Palm Beach FSL 0-1 12.46 1 1 0 0 0 4.1 9 6 6 0 0 5 2 0 0 Quad Cities Mid 8-4 2.71 32 11 0 0 3 103.0 78 41 31 5 4 31 104 9 2 Minor League Totals 16-21 3.75 71 36 0 0 3 252.1 242 138 105 13 17 89 257 31 2

BLAZEK, Michael R.

RHP

226

227

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 1/4/87 at Houston, TX Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Houston, TX SCHOOL - Lubbock Christian (TX) University HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 6/9/08. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 08 Johnson City Appy .260 40 123 18 32 10 1 1 15 0 1 1 09 Quad Cities Mid .245 75 253 31 62 7 5 2 26 4 2 1 10 Palm Beach FSL .245 81 265 33 65 8 5 5 38 6 3 1 Minor League Totals .248 196 641 82 159 25 11 8 79 10 6 3

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
OF
Height - 5’11 Bats - L Born - 3/23/93 at Tucupita, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Tucupita, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/13/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-4 4.82 14 3 0 0 1 28.0 24 Minor League Totals 1-4 4.82 14 3 0 0 1 28.0 24

BOGANY, Jarred M.

BRITO, Ismael A.

LHP

BB 13 26 21 62

SO 42 78 86 206

SB CS 5 4 16 7 19 5 40 16

SLG .382 .336 .370 .359

OBP .333 .320 .300 .315

E 2 6 1 9

R 18 18

ER 15 15

HR 0 0

HB 3 3

BB 22 22

SO 24 24

WP BK 9 1 9 1

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 5/12/89 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Caracas, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/12/05. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Registered just his second multi-homer game on 8/15 at Bradenton, his first since 6/27/06 (VSL Cardinals) 2006: His eight home runs ranked T-2nd in the Venezuelan Summer League. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 06 VSL Cardinals VSL .239 65 230 26 55 7 2 8 29 2 4 1 10 53 8 1 .391 .269 07 Johnson City Appy .240 39 129 11 31 6 1 1 17 4 3 2 4 26 3 1 .326 .268 Batavia NYP .181 24 83 9 15 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 5 26 2 1 .217 .244 08 Quad Cities Mid .257 91 343 28 88 16 5 7 36 0 1 0 17 89 6 5 .394 .291 Batavia NYP .258 26 97 12 25 5 2 1 10 1 1 0 3 18 5 2 .381 .277 09 Quad Cities Mid .218 45 165 25 36 10 0 5 14 2 1 4 13 56 4 1 .370 .290 Palm Beach FSL .227 73 256 19 58 12 1 1 19 4 0 1 13 76 4 2 .293 .267 10 Palm Beach FSL .197 109 366 42 72 12 3 9 33 10 1 3 22 110 9 2 .320 .247 Minor League Totals .228 472 366 172 380 69 15 32 160 24 11 13 87 454 41 15 .345 .270

BOLIVAR, Domnit

SS

E 29 18 6 27 10 20 26 24 160

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 9/10/84 at Dallas, TX Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Carrollton, TX SCHOOL - University of Nebraska HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 18th round selection (562nd overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named the Texas League Player of the Week twice, once for 4/8-18 when he batted .289 (13-45) with 4 homers and 14 RBI and again for 8/23-29 when he batted .438 with 4 homers and 6 RBI...went 3-5 on 4/18 with 2 HR (incl. his first career GS) and 7 RBI...topped all Cardinals minor leaguers with a .897 on base plus slugging percentage and third in both homers (22) and slugging percentage (.526)... tied for fourth in the TL in homers and ranked third in slugging pct....tied for best HR/AB ratio (1/16.41) with teammate Steven Hill 2009: Named TL Player-of-the-Week for 8/24-30 batting .464 (13-28) with 5 HR and 10 RBI. 2007: Selected to play in the New York-Penn League All-Star Game and doubled in two at-bats off the bench. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 07 Batavia NYP .238 66 239 34 57 14 7 7 40 0 3 3 31 52 1 2 .444 .330 5 08 Quad Cities Mid .274 34 117 18 32 10 0 5 23 0 1 1 17 30 0 1 .487 .368 4 Palm Beach FSL .330 24 88 14 29 8 0 4 15 0 0 1 11 25 0 0 .557 .410 4 Springfield Tex .251 68 247 36 62 14 0 12 38 0 1 4 30 81 1 0 .453 .340 5 09 Springfield Tex .285 74 263 40 75 11 2 13 42 0 2 6 31 49 1 0 .490 .371 8 GCL Cardinals# GCL .667 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .667 .667 0 Palm Beach FSL .182 4 11 1 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 .455 .357 0 10 Springfield Tex .291 98 361 65 105 17 1 22 63 0 0 5 41 98 1 2 .526 .371 9 Minor League Totals .274 369 1329 209 364 75 11 63 223 0 7 21 163 339 4 5 .489 .361 35

BROWN, Andrew M.

1B/OF

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 4/3/86 at Birmingham, AL Weight - 174 Throws - R Resides - Hueytown, AL SCHOOL - Louisiana State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 18th round selection (545th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 08 Quad Cities Mid 2-2 3.20 17 3 0 0 1 39.1 42 18 14 2 0 7 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 5.06 3 3 0 0 0 5.1 9 5 3 0 0 1 Palm Beach FSL 0-0 1.17 10 0 0 0 1 15.1 11 6 2 1 1 1 10 Palm Beach FSL 3-6 5.15 33 12 0 0 1 101.1 117 61 58 3 9 25 Minor League Totals 5-8 4.30 63 18 0 0 3 161.1 179 90 77 6 10 34

BRADFORD, Jared L.

RHP

SO 28 5 9 52 94

WP BK 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 0

Height - 6’1 Bats - L Born - 6/18/86 at Boston, MA Weight - 195 Throws - L Resides - Syracuse, NY SCHOOL - St. John’s (NY) University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 27th round selection (815th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 08 Batavia NYP 0-3 3.42 17 6 0 0 3 47.1 51 20 18 3 6 09 Quad Cities Mid 0-2 6.16 8 3 0 0 0 19.0 21 16 13 1 1 Palm Beach FSL 4-5 4.26 14 13 0 0 0 63.1 63 32 30 2 7 10 Palm Beach FSL 0-0 20.25 2 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 3 3 0 0 Minor League Totals 4-10 4.40 41 22 0 0 3 131.0 136 71 64 6 14

BROWN, George W.

LHP

BB SO 8 47 10 14 19 47 2 2 39 110

WP BK 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 7 0

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 5/19/92 Cleveland, TN Weight - 225 Throws - R Resides - Cleveland, TN SCHOOL - Bradley Central HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 42nd round selection (1,279th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 2-3 5.12 22 0 0 0 1 19.1 30 19 11 0 0 5 Minor League Totals 2-3 5.12 22 0 0 0 1 19.1 30 19 11 0 0 5

BRAND, Larry C.

RHP

SO 17 17

WP BK 3 0 3 0

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 1/13/92 Austin, TX Weight - 215 Throws - R Resides - Pflugerville, TX HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 16th round selection (499th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .186 35 97 13 18 2 0 2 14 4 1 2 17 41 8 0 Minor League Totals .186 35 97 13 18 2 0 2 14 4 1 2 17 41 8 0

BRYANT, Anthony D. (Tony)

OF

SLG OBP .286 .316 .286 .316

E 10 10

228

229

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 1/30/89 at Bowling Green, KY Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Morgantown, KY SCHOOL - Wabash Valley (IL) College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 24th round selection (729th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led New York-Penn League relievers with a 14.67 strikeouts/9 IP. 2009: Tied for 1st among Cardinals minor leaguers in Toughest to HR off (122 BF/0 HR). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-1 2.22 21 0 0 0 6 28.1 18 9 7 0 4 12 34 3 1 Johnson City Appy 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 10 Batavia NYP 0-3 2.93 27 0 0 0 5 30.2 29 15 10 1 1 15 50 8 0 Minor League Totals 1-4 2.51 50 0 0 0 11 61.0 47 24 17 1 5 28 88 11 1

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 3/15/80 at Wilson, NC Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Statonsburg, NC SCHOOL - Pitt (NC) Community College HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a minor league free agent on 1/13/11. CAREER NOTES - 2007: Matched career high with 8 stolen bases (9 ATT). 2006: Hit first big league homer on 5/17 vs. WASH...hit two pinch-hit homers on the season...first two ML steals on 5/4 vs. ARZ. 2005: Made ML debut with OAK on 8/30 vs. LAA...earned first big league start and first ML hit on 10/2 vs. SEA...led Sacramento in stolen bases (23). 2004: Led both Midland (18) and Sacramento (21) in stolen bases. 2003: Led Midland in triples (9) and stolen bases (22). 2002: Topped Athletics’ minor leaguers in stolen bases (41). 2001: Ranked fifth among Athletics minor leaguers in stolen bases (28)...Ranked fifth in the CAL League in triples (7). 2000: Named to the Northwest League Postseason All-Star teamR CLUB YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 00 Vancouver NW .256 72 281 52 72 10 1 1 26 3 0 5 31 58 22 12 .310 .341 29 01 Modesto Cal .261 120 440 59 115 19 7 2 46 4 1 1 41 95 28 11 .350 .325 41 02 Visalia Cal .306 135 539 83 165 26 5 3 56 15 3 7 64 116 41 21 .390 .385 36 03 Midland Tex .263 132 510 84 134 18 9 5 58 12 2 8 56 135 22 8 .363 .344 33 04 Midland Tex .268 65 265 38 71 13 4 1 22 5 1 2 24 56 18 7 .358 .332 2 Sacramento PCL .283 66 258 42 73 11 2 2 26 11 0 3 19 61 21 4 .364 .339 8 05 Sacramento PCL .278 102 378 56 105 16 9 2 40 7 2 3 38 83 23 7 .384 .347 11 Oakland AL .286 7 7 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 .429 .286 0 06 Chicago (NL) NL .257 71 136 20 35 5 5 4 12 2 0 1 9 44 8 4 .456 .308 7 Iowa PCL .227 6 22 3 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 .227 .261 0 07 Baltimore AL .260 70 96 21 25 8 2 2 11 1 0 2 2 30 8 1 .448 .290 1 Frederick Car .235 5 17 3 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 .353 .316 1 Delmarva SAL .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 .000 .500 0 Bowie East .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 .000 0 08 Bowie East .350 6 20 4 7 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 .650 .381 0 Baltimore AL .179 40 112 13 20 3 1 0 8 3 0 1 5 31 2 3 .223 .220 5 Norfolk Int’l .246 37 130 15 32 4 3 0 15 3 2 0 20 39 8 1 .323 .342 8 09 Syracuse Int’l .375 3 8 1 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .750 .444 2 Harrisburg Eas .241 66 224 29 54 10 1 2 13 6 1 3 9 50 9 4 .321 .278 18 GCL Nationals GCL .385 4 13 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 .385 .429 0 10 Orix Jap .138 16 29 5 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 .207 .138 Major League Totals .234 188 351 54 82 17 8 6 32 6 0 4 16 108 18 8 .379 .275 13 Minor League Totals .272 803 3045 456 833 126 42 17 301 66 11 32 300 691 193 76 .359 .344 189

BUTLER, Keith A.

BYNUM, Freddie

SS

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 9/9/85 at Seattle, WA Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Seattle, WA SCHOOL - Bucknell University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 25th round selection (755th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Posted a 0.68 ERA in 12 appearances in August (13.1 IP)...led Texas League relievers in lowest BB/9 IP ratio (1.56) and fewest base runners/9 IP (7.65). 2008: Nailed down two saves during New York-Penn League playoffs, tying teammate Adam Reifer. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 Batavia NYP 1-3 2.35 25 0 0 0 3 23.0 24 10 6 1 4 9 18 1 1 09 Quad Cities Mid 0-0 0.77 9 0 0 0 0 11.2 6 1 1 0 1 1 11 1 1 Palm Beach FSL 3-1 4.62 27 0 0 0 0 37.0 52 22 19 1 3 15 20 0 0 10 Palm Beach FSL 1-0 2.51 7 0 0 0 0 14.1 15 4 4 0 0 3 5 0 0 Springfield Tex 2-1 2.50 37 0 0 0 0 57.2 39 16 16 5 0 10 26 3 0 Minor League Totals 7-5 2.88 105 0 0 0 3 143.2 136 53 46 7 8 38 80 5 2

BUURSMA, Jason

RHP

Height - 6’3 Bats - L Born - 9/5/86 at Evansville, IN Weight - 220 Throws - L Resides - Evansville, IN SCHOOL - Murray State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 29th round selection (879th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Has not lost a minor league decision (12-0) in 49 career appearances...named Midwest League Pitcher of the Week for 8/30-9/5 (3-0, 0.00 ERA, 6.0 IP, 6 K)...led the team in wins (10)...went 2-0 with a 4.00 ERA as a starter (6 GS). 2009: Named Cardinals organization Minor League Player-of-the-Month for August with a 2-0 record, 1.03 ERA and 24 K in 26.1 IP (3 ER, 3 BB)...ranked 1st among Cardinals minor leaguers in strike out/walk ratio (7.00). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 Batavia NYP 2-0 1.86 12 6 0 0 0 48.1 40 14 10 1 1 6 42 0 0 10 Quad Cities Mid 10-0 3.75 37 6 0 0 1 96.0 109 47 40 9 2 19 83 7 0 Minor League Totals 12-0 3.12 49 12 0 0 1 144.1 149 61 50 10 3 25 125 7 0

CALHOUN, Daniel R.

LHP

230

231

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’5 Bats - R Weight - 180 Throws - R HOW OBTAINED YR CLUB LG W-L 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 2-1 Minor League Totals 2-1

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’5 Bats - R Born - 11/9/90 at La Romana, DR Weight - 210 Throws - R Resides - La Romana, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 12/20/07. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 08 DSL Cardinals DSL 1-1 5.83 16 0 0 0 0 29.1 23 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 2-2 6.97 14 4 0 0 0 31.0 28 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 2-3 6.33 11 4 0 0 0 21.1 19 Minor League Totals 5-6 6.39 42 8 0 0 0 81.2 70

CANACHE, Roberto A.

Born - 5/12/90 Boca de Uchire, VZ Resides - Sabana de Uchire, VZ ERA 2.01 2.01 G 10 10 GS 1 1 CG SHO SV 0 0 1 0 0 1 IP 22.1 22.1 H 17 17 R 5 5 ER 5 5 HR 2 2 HB 0 0 BB 7 7 SO 9 9

CASTILLO, Amaury A.

RHP

WP BK 1 1 1 1

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 9/30/92 at Puerta Plata, DR Weight - 188 Throws - R Resides - Puerta Plata, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/28/09. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .148 49 135 15 20 3 0 0 11 1 5 7 Minor League Totals .148 19 135 15 20 3 0 0 11 1 5 7

CAPELLAN, Amauris

OF

R 22 28 22 72

ER 19 24 15 58

HR 1 4 0 5

HB 2 5 1 8

BB 28 27 24 79

SO 38 19 22 79

WP BK 10 0 10 1 7 0 27 1

BB SO SB CS 31 33 8 3 31 33 8 3

SLG OBP .170 .326 .170 .326

E 0 0

Height - 6'3 Bats - L Born - 12/14/86 at Santiago, DR Weight - 188 Throws - L Resides - Santiago, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/20/06. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Sat out entire 2010 season with injured left elbow. 2008: Posted the win in the New York PennLeague championship clincher...his 12.0 IP and 11 strikeouts were league postseason highs...was 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA (12.0 IP / 2 ER) in two playoff starts. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 06 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-1 1.76 19 2 0 0 1 46.0 27 14 9 1 5 31 50 4 0 07 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-5 4.98 13 2 0 0 0 34.1 28 24 19 3 3 21 31 6 0 08 Batavia NYP 5-0 1.83 15 2 0 0 0 34.1 27 10 7 0 3 13 27 3 0 09 Quad Cities Mid 6-4 3.61 18 14 0 0 1 77.1 74 43 31 3 1 22 49 5 2 GCL Cardinals# GCL 0-0 3.00 2 2 0 0 0 3.0 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 10 DID NOT PLAY - INJURED Minor League Totals 14-10 3.09 67 22 0 0 2 195.0 157 93 67 7 12 88 158 18 2

CARDENAS, Hector

LHP

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 8/4/86 at Miami, FL Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - Miami, FL SCHOOL - Belmont-Abbey College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 10th round selection (305th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Named Cardinals Organizational Player of the Month for July (.348, 8 2B, 4 3B, 16 RBI)...set a franchise record with 35 doubles...led the FSL in doubles, extra base hits (55) and finished third in slugging percentage (.462)...his 7 triples led all Cardinals minor leaguers and his 124 hits were tops at Palm Beach. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 08 Johnson City Appy .298 49 181 42 54 14 4 7 31 1 1 8 8 45 20 2 .536 .354 Batavia NYP .269 10 26 6 7 2 2 0 4 0 0 1 2 7 0 1 .500 .345 09 Quad Cities Mid .270 82 311 51 84 21 4 5 34 1 2 12 20 89 21 4 .412 .336 Palm Beach FSL .189 21 53 5 10 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 2 19 0 2 .302 .232 10 Palm Beach FSL .270 129 459 62 124 *35 7 13 58 4 4 12 38 112 19 9 .462 .339 Minor League Totals .271 291 1030 166 279 73 18 26 129 6 7 34 70 272 60 18 .452 .336

CASTELLANOS, Alejandro L. (Alex)

2B/3B

Height - 5'10 Bats - R Born - 10/11/89 at Barquisimeto, VZ Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Barquisimeto, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/13/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: His 27 games started tied for the Florida State League lead and ranked T3rd among Cardinals minor leaguers. 2009: Finished 2nd among Cardinals minor leaguers in games started (26) and T-3rd in innings (148.2). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 VSL Cardinals VSL 2-2 1.72 17 8 0 0 2 62.2 40 20 12 3 4 22 60 4 0 08 Palm Beach FSL 1-0 1.13 6 2 0 0 0 16.0 12 3 2 0 1 8 19 0 0 Quad Cities Mid 8-4 2.62 13 13 0 0 0 79.0 64 26 23 11 7 20 69 1 2 09 Palm Beach FSL 6-13+ 3.87 29 26 1 0 0 148.2 155 77 64 4 8 *66 105 7 0 10 Palm Beach FSL 7-12 5.20 27 +27 1 1 0 133.1 169 93 77 10 14 60 75 11 0 Minor League Totals 24-31 3.64 92 76 2 1 2 439.2 440 219 178 28 34 176 328 23 2

CASTILLO, Richard J.

RHP

E 16 2 22 2 8 50

Height - 6’5 Bats - R Born - 6/16/92 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 198 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 10/29/09. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .255 33 106 10 27 5 3 0 12 0 0 1 Minor League Totals .255 33 106 10 27 5 3 0 12 0 0 1

CASTILLO, Ronerd

OF

BB SO SB CS 20 22 5 1 20 22 5 1

SLG OBP .358 .378 .358 .378

E 1 1

232

233

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 12/13/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 160 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/10/06. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Batted .400 in 13 games in the month of July (20 H, 3 2B, 4 HR). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 07 Johnson City Appy .292 57 192 24 56 8 0 2 36 1 3 4 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .293 27 75 9 22 3 1 1 5 1 0 5 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .277 33 112 17 31 8 0 2 20 0 0 3 10 Johnson City Appy .339 16 62 12 21 3 1 4 7 0 0 1 Batavia NYP .315 16 54 5 17 5 0 0 6 2 1 1 Minor League Totals .297 149 495 67 147 27 2 9 74 4 4 14

CASTILLO, Juan M.

C/1B

BB 28 6 13 3 3 53

SO SB CS 21 3 0 13 0 2 14 3 1 4 1 1 7 0 0 59 7 4

SLG .365 .400 .402 .613 .407 .414

OBP .388 .384 .367 .379 .356 .378

E 9 7 6 2 2 26

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’0 Bats - S Born - 5/15/89 at Bani, DR Weight - 160 Throws - R Resides - Miami, FL HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 6/13/08. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Has not drawn a walk in 198 career plate apperances in the Appalachian League (2008-09). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .256 40 129 16 33 3 1 1 12 0 2 0 6 29 5 3 .318 Johnson City Appy .130 6 23 3 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 7 0 0 .130 09 Johnson City Appy .259 50 170 19 44 8 2 2 19 2 0 1 0 39 2 4 .365 10 Batavia NYP .262 59 191 28 50 8 0 0 22 9 4 2 6 32 4 3 .304 Minor League Totals .253 155 513 66 130 19 3 3 46 12 7 3 12 107 11 10 .320

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
SS
Height - 6’4 Bats - R Born - 5/7/87 at Richland, WA Weight - 215 Throws - R Resides - Richland, WA SCHOOL - University of Washington HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 7th round selection (219th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Named Cardinals organization Minor League Player-of-the-Month for August batting .367 with 6 HR and 15 RBI (.753 slug.) in 25 games. Twice named New York-Penn League Player-of-the-Week. First week was 8/3-9 (.458, 11-24, 3 HR, 5 RBI). Second week was 8/31-9/7 batting .429 (12-28, 3 HR, 10 RBI). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 09 Quad Cities Mid .200 15 45 5 9 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 3 17 0 0 .267 .275 Batavia NYP .385 29 109 21 42 16 0 8 23 0 1 1 13 20 2 3 .752 .452 10 Quad Cities Mid .192 8 26 2 5 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 8 0 0 .385 .250 Minor League Totals .311 52 180 28 56 19 1 9 26 0 2 3 18 45 2 3 .578 .379

CASTILLO, Yunier R.

CONLEY, Kyle S.

OF

OBP .285 .125 .263 .286 .271

E 22 6 19 17 64

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 11/17/87 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/22/05. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Threw out 37.0 percent (17-46) of base stealers ranking 4th in NY-Penn League...led league with 12 passed balls. 2006: Batted .313, T-13th best in the DSL...was the top fielding catcher in the DSL with a .992 fielding percentage. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 05 DSL Cardinals DSL .243 39 103 6 25 3 1 0 9 1 2 0 9 24 0 2 .291 .298 6 06 DSL Cardinals DSL .313 56 195 24 61 9 1 3 34 0 2 1 12 27 3 2 .415 .352 3 07 GCL Cardinals GCL .203 20 59 1 12 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 8 1 2 .237 .210 3 Johnson City Appy .245 15 53 5 13 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 11 0 1 .283 .241 2 08 Johnson City Appy .237 39 139 10 33 8 0 3 21 0 1 0 12 25 0 0 .360 .296 2 09 Batavia NYP .207 39 145 20 30 3 2 2 11 0 0 0 8 36 1 0 .297 .248 4 10 Quad Cities Mid .251 62 203 24 51 14 1 3 21 1 10 2 18 54 2 0 .374 .313 10 Minor League Totals .251 270 897 90 225 41 5 11 101 2 18 3 60 185 7 7 .344 .296 30

CASTRO, Ivan E.

C

E 1 3 0 4

Height - 6'0 Bats - R Born - 6/29/91 Santiago, DR Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Santiago, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/26/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 4-2 4.43 11 0 0 0 1 22.1 17 Minor League Totals 4-2 4.43 11 0 0 0 1 22.1 17

CEBALLO, Addelin

RHP

R 17 17

ER 11 11

HR 2 2

HB 3 3

BB 13 13

SO 10 10

WP BK 4 0 4 0

Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 9/8/92 at San Pedro de Macoris, DR Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - San Pedro de Macoris, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/24/09. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .206 44 126 16 26 2 0 0 10 1 1 2 Minor League Totals .206 44 126 16 26 2 0 0 10 1 1 2

CELESTINO, Eduardo B.

OF

Height - 6'3 Bats - R Born - 1/8/90 at Panama City, Panama Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Panama City, Panama HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/31/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Topped the Appy League in saves (17) and games pitched (tied with 24)...named an Appy League AllStar...earned the save in the Appy League Championship clincher. 2009: Ranked 2nd in the VSL in saves (9). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 DSL Cardinals DSL 0-1 6.49 9 1 0 0 1 26.1 32 20 19 3 1 11 15 5 0 08 VSL Cardinals VSL 4-8 4.92 14 9 0 0 0 53.0 59 33 29 3 1 22 26 4 0 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 3-2 1.56 16 0 0 0 9 34.2 23 7 6 0 2 7 30 3 0 10 Johnson City Appy 0-1 2.13 +24 0 0 0 *17 25.1 19 6 6 1 0 3 27 4 1 Minor League Totals 7-12 3.88 63 10 0 0 27 139.1 133 66 60 7 4 43 98 16 1

CORPAS, Hector A.

RHP

BB SO SB CS 19 25 6 2 19 25 6 2

SLG OBP .222 .318 .222 .318

E 1 1

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 10/4/87 Midlothian, VA Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - Midlothian, VA SCHOOL - Longwood University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 40th round selection (1219th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Twice named Appy League Player of the Week, once on 7/19-25 when he hit .406 (13-32) with 4 doubles, 2 homers and 10 RBI and again on 8/2-8 when he hit .625 (10-16) with 4 doubles, a home run and 8 RBI. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 10 Johnson City Appy .425 32 120 26 51 15 2 7 38 0 5 5 7 14 6 0 .758 .460 Minor League Totals .425 32 120 26 51 15 2 7 38 0 5 5 7 14 6 0 .758 .460

CERRETO, Philip

3B

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 12/24/87 at Houston, TX Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Humble, TX SCHOOL- San Jacinto College North HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 30th round selection (909th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 09 Batavia NYP 2-2 3.80 16 7 0 0 0 47.1 45 21 20 2 3 10 Batavia NYP 3-1 4.02 13 3 0 0 1 40.1 40 22 18 1 5 Quad Cities Mid 3-0 3.86 13 0 0 0 0 23.1 31 15 10 1 0 Minor League Totals 8-3 3.89 42 10 0 0 1 111.0 116 58 48 4 8

CORRIGAN, Christopher D. (Chris)

RHP

BB 22 14 8 44

SO 28 23 20 71

WP BK 4 0 6 0 1 0 11 0

E 6 6

234

235

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 6/10/88 Des Plaines, IL Weight - 180 Throws - L Resides - Des Plaines, IL SCHOOL- Illinois State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 32nd round selection (979th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named Appalachian League Pitcher of the Year...named an Appy League All-Star...finished T2nd in the league with 7 wins...ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in ERA (3rd, 1.86) opponents BA (5th, .202), strikeouts per 9 innings (8th, 8.1), strikeout to walk ratio (2nd, 6.86) toughest to homer off of (10th, 68.0/1) and WHIP (2nd, 0.86). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 Johnson City Appy 7-0 1.86 13 6 0 0 0 53.1 39 13 11 3 3 7 48 3 0 Minor League Totals 7-0 1.86 13 6 0 0 0 53.1 39 13 11 3 3 7 48 3 0

COPELAND, Ryan

LHP

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 4/12/93 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Miranda, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/26/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-1 5.85 15 0 0 0 0 20.0 17 Minor League Totals 1-1 5.85 15 0 0 0 0 20.0 17

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 5’10 Bats - L Born - 12/4/91 at Cartagena, Colombia Weight - 150 Throws - L Resides - Cartagena, Colombia HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/15/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-2 1.42 15 2 0 0 2 31.2 22 10 DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY Minor League Totals 0-2 1.42 15 2 0 0 2 31.2 22

CUETO, Kevin N.

DE AGUAS, John

LHP

R 19 19

ER 13 13

HR 1 1

HB 7 7

BB 19 19

SO 16 16

WP BK 5 0 5 0

R 11 11

ER 5 5

HR 0 0

HB 3 3

BB 14 14

SO 24 24

WP BK 1 1 1 1

Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 7/29/86 San Francisco, CA Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - San Francisco, CA SCHOOL - University of California HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 14th round selection (425th overall) in the June 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Received an invite to Major League Spring Training as a non-roster invitee. 2009: Named to the Midwest League All-Star team...ranked second in batting average (.322) among Cardinals minor leaguers. 2008: Batted .474 (9for-19) with six runs scored in the postseason to help Batavia to the NYPL championship. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 08 Batavia NYP .303 40 142 24 43 4 1 3 18 1 0 4 10 17 0 0 .408 .365 3 09 Quad Cities Mid .351 66 242 36 85 11 1 4 44 0 7 5 24 25 1 1 .455 .410 2 Palm Beach FSL .274 44 146 25 40 10 2 1 15 1 1 8 25 22 2 0 .390 .406 1 10 Palm Beach FSL .292 41 154 23 45 11 2 1 18 0 1 2 17 17 0 0 .409 .368 2 Springfield Tex .218 38 119 11 26 4 0 0 8 0 1 5 15 16 0 0 .252 .329 4 Minor League Totals .298 229 803 119 239 40 6 9 103 2 10 24 91 97 3 1 .396 .381 12

CUTLER, Charles C. (Charlie)

C

Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 8/5/92 at Santiago, DR Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Santiago, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 10/28/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 0-0 4.70 7 0 0 0 0 7.2 5 Minor League Totals 0-0 4.70 7 0 0 0 0 7.2 5

DE LA CRUZ, Jean Carlos

RHP

R 8 8

ER 4 4

HR 0 0

HB 2 2

BB 19 19

SO 11 11

WP BK 5 0 5 0

Height - 6'0 Bats - L Born - 3/14/93 at San Cristobal, DR Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/17/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-2 6.75 9 3 0 0 0 22.2 25 Minor League Totals 2-2 6.75 9 3 0 0 0 22.2 25

DE LA CRUZ, Anthony

LHP

R 18 18

ER 17 17

HR 1 1

HB 5 5

BB 8 8

SO 14 14

WP BK 6 2 6 2

Height - 6'5 Bats - L Born - 8/30/88 at Bailey, MS Weight - 215 Throws - L Resides - Bailey, MS SCHOOL - Pearl River (MS) Community College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 12th round selection (369th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Struck out a career-high nine batters on 7/19 vs KNG. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-1 2.89 9 2 0 0 1 28.0 16 10 9 0 1 Johnson City Appy 0-2 11.57 4 0 0 0 0 7.0 7 12 9 1 0 10 Johnson City Appy 2-2 6.00 13 6 0 0 0 42.0 52 33 28 5 5 Minor League Totals 3-5 5.38 26 8 0 0 1 77.0 75 55 46 6 6

DAUGHERTY, Patrick D.

LHP

BB 14 11 15 40

SO 31 6 46 83

WP BK 4 0 1 0 5 0 10 0

Height - 5’10 Bats - R Born - 5/6/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 164 Throws - R Resides - San Pedro de Macoris, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/19/06. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Non-roster invitee to Spring Training. Threw out 36.5 percent (35-96) of base stealers between Palm Beach and Batavia...Selected to play in the New York-Penn League All-Star Game, went 0-for-1. 2008: Threw out 38.5 percent (20-52) of base stealers in the Midwest League, which would have ranked first if he played in enough qualifying games. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 06 DSL Cardinals DSL .293 40 99 9 29 5 0 0 13 2 3 2 10 21 6 2 .343 .360 6 07 GCL Cardinals GCL .281 39 96 10 27 6 2 0 9 1 0 1 7 16 3 3 .385 .337 7 08 Quad Cities Mid .167 34 120 11 20 3 0 1 7 1 1 0 3 17 0 0 .217 .185 3 09 Palm Beach FSL .154 4 13 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 .231 .154 0 Batavia NYP .220 46 159 20 35 6 2 0 17 0 0 2 10 28 4 2 .283 .275 7 10 Batavia NYP .231 8 26 6 6 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 .462 .286 2 Palm Beach FSL .194 27 93 11 18 5 3 1 8 4 0 1 2 4 0 1 .344 .227 5 Springfield Tex .143 2 7 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .143 .143 0 Minor League Totals .225 200 613 67 138 29 7 3 57 8 4 6 35 111 13 8 .310 .272 30

DE LA CRUZ, Luis M.

C

236

237

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 7/10/87 at Panorama City, CA Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Fontana, CA SCHOOL - University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 5th round selection (155th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Registered a 12-game hitting streak from 5/29-6/25. 2008 - Was selected to play in the New YorkPenn League All-Star Game. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 08 Batavia NYP .305 43 164 25 50 14 1 2 20 0 2 5 17 24 4 1 .439 .383 5 09 Palm Beach FSL .197 90 314 36 62 7 0 1 24 4 3 14 34 52 7 4 .229 .301 16 Quad Cities Mid .304 30 112 20 34 12 0 1 10 0 0 5 19 21 12 2 .438 .426 7 10 Palm Beach FSL .267 56 191 34 51 10 0 0 24 2 4 13 28 25 5 1 .319 .390 5 Springfield Tex .236 23 55 6 13 3 0 0 3 1 0 2 7 10 0 0 .291 .344 1 Minor League Totals .251 23 55 6 13 3 0 0 3 7 9 39 105 132 28 8 .323 358 34

CURTIS, Jermaine A.

IF

Height - 6'6 Bats - R Born - 2/3/89 at San Cristobal, DR Weight - 188 Throws - R Resides - San Cristobal, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/24/08. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Struck out a career-high nine batters on 8/28 vs Bluefield...named Appy League Pitcher of the Week for 8/23-30 when he went 1-0 in two games with a combined 10.0 IP, 1 ER (0.90 ERA) and 11 K. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-4 1.75 17 5 0 0 0 46.1 38 18 9 0 4 19 40 6 0 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-1 2.51 7 4 0 0 0 32.1 25 16 9 0 1 10 23 1 0 Johnson City Appy 0-2 6.46 5 2 0 0 0 15.1 23 12 11 1 1 1 11 2 0 10 Johnson City Appy 3-1 4.41 13 7 0 0 0 51.0 53 27 25 4 4 14 52 1 0 Minor League Totals 5-8 3.35 42 18 0 0 0 145.0 139 73 54 5 10 44 126 10 0

DE JESUS, Angel N.

RHP

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'2 Bats - L Born - 5/8/90 at Mexicali, (Baja California) MX Weight - 225 Throws - L Resides - Calexico, CA SCHOOL - Imperial Valley (CA) College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 43rd round selection (1299th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Pitched 15 games in the Liga Mexicana del Pacifico and finished 3-1 with a 7.21 ERA in 28.1 innings pitched...tied for Gulf Coast League lead with 22 games finished. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-1 3.95 13 0 0 0 0 13.2 12 6 6 0 3 10 10 0 0 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 4-2 1.85 28 0 0 0 9 34.0 22 9 7 1 7 8 43 3 1 Minor League Totals 5-3 2.45 41 0 0 0 9 47.2 34 15 13 1 10 18 53 3 1

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
LHP
Height - 6'3 Bats - R Born - 9/3/86 at Tucson, AZ Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - Sahuarita, AZ SCHOOL - Pima CC (AZ) HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 41st round selection (1235th overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Pitched for the Surprise Rafters in the Arizona Fall League (0-0, 3.65 ERA, 12.1 IP 10 G)...named to the Florida State League All-Star team...ranked third in the FSL with 12 holds...ranked sixth among Cardinals minor leaguers with 51 games...his 1.37 ERA would have ranked second among Cardinals minor leaguers but did not qualify...began the season allowing just three earned runs in his first 30 appearances (42.1 IP/0.64 ERA) 2009: Led all Cardinals minor league relievers with 82.0 innings pitched. 2008: Was New York-Penn League Pitcher of the Week from 8/11-18. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 4.50 10 0 0 0 0 10.0 9 5 5 0 0 5 11 0 0 08 Batavia NYP 6-1 2.96 15 7 0 0 0 54.2 55 20 18 1 1 13 46 1 1 09 Quad Cities Mid 7-3 2.41 53 0 0 0 3 82.0 70 28 22 5 2 17 68 2 0 10 Palm Beach FSL 1-2 1.42 38 0 0 0 2 50.2 38 9 8 2 1 10 51 1 0 Springfield Tex 1-0 1.10 13 0 0 0 0 16.1 9 2 2 2 0 3 17 1 0 Minor League Totals 15-6 2.32 129 7 0 0 5 213.2 181 64 55 10 4 48 193 5 1

DE LA CRUZ, Manuel X.

DELGADO, Ramon R.

RHP

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 4/19/92 at Dajabon, DR Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Santiago, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 12/10/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 4-3 2.76 14 8 1 1 0 49.0 39 20 Minor League Totals 4-3 2.76 14 8 1 1 0 49.0 39 20

DE LEON, Victor

RHP

ER 15 15

HR 5 5

HB 2 2

BB 26 26

SO 40 40

WP BK 9 4 9 4

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 7/8/91 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 160 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 10/28/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-1 2.67 12 1 0 0 3 27.0 23 Minor League Totals 2-1 2.67 12 1 0 0 3 27.0 23

DE LOS SANTOS, Hansel

RHP

R 8 8

ER 8 8

HR 3 3

HB 4 4

BB 11 11

SO 24 24

WP BK 4 0 4 0

Height - 5'11 Bats - L Born - 1/25/86 at Wichita Falls, TX Weight - 185 Throws - L Resides - Amherst, OH SCHOOL - University of Kentucky HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 16th round selection (502nd overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Batted .343 (12-35) in 25 games playing for Indios de Mayaguez in the Puerto Rican Winter League. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 07 Batavia NYP .186 19 59 12 11 0 0 0 4 0 0 8 14 9 2 3 .186 .407 2 Quad Cities Mid .262 42 130 30 34 4 0 1 17 1 3 3 22 29 9 4 .315 .373 2 08 Palm Beach FSL .278 85 255 41 71 4 4 0 11 6 0 9 45 52 8 6 .325 .405 1 09 Springfield Tex .229 75 179 27 41 6 2 1 19 6 1 10 26 39 4 2 .302 .356 2 10 Springfield Tex .206 84 189 31 39 9 5 2 21 0 2 12 26 45 8 0 .339 .336 5 Minor League Totals .241 305 812 141 196 23 11 4 72 13 6 42 133 174 31 15 .312 .374 12

DEJESUS, Antonio

OF

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 3/8/92 at Bani, DR Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Bani, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/12/10. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .178 41 90 17 16 4 0 0 7 3 0 1 Minor League Totals .178 41 90 17 16 4 0 0 7 3 0 1

DIAZ, Domingo

OF

BB SO SB CS 22 35 6 2 22 35 6 2

SLG OBP .222 .345 .222 .345

E 2 2

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 2/21/92 at Humboldt, TN Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Humboldt, TN HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals 17th round selection (529th overall) in the Jun 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .116 19 43 5 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 5 6 22 0 0 Minor League Totals .116 19 43 5 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 5 6 22 0 0

DODD, Corderious J.

OF

SLG OBP .116 .296 .116 .296

E 1 1

238

239

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 11/10/91 at La Romana, DR Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - San Pedro de Macoris, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals to a 2009 contract as a non-drafted free agent on 7/2/08. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Registered his first career multi-homer game when he belted two on 8/5 vs. GCL Nationals...tied for the Gulf Coast League lead with seven home runs and HR/AB ratio (1/23.14). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .224 49 165 17 37 9 0 0 17 0 4 1 10 59 0 3 .279 .267 15 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .241 46 162 20 39 6 2 +7 21 0 1 5 7 46 0 2 .432 .291 15 Johnson City Appy .000 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 .000 .000 4 Minor League Totals .228 97 333 37 76 15 2 7 38 0 5 5 17 109 0 5 .348 .274 34

DE LA CRUZ, Roberto A.

3B

Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 5/31/88 at Bethpage, NY Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Palm City, FL SCHOOL - Palm Beach Community College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 21st round selection (646th overall) in the June, 2006 First-Year Player Draft. Signed on 5/21/07. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Ranked second in the Florida State League with a 2.44 ERA at the time of his promotion to Springfield...named an FSL All-Star. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 Johnson City Appy 1-3 5.91 12 6 0 0 0 35.0 32 29 23 2 *11 17 34 8 1 08 Quad Cities Mid 5-1 3.56 13 8 0 0 2 55.2 48 27 22 3 2 21 52 3 0 Palm Beach FSL 3-3 4.29 11 10 0 0 0 56.2 61 34 27 4 8 29 43 6 0 09 Palm Beach FSL 1-4 5.72 15 6 0 0 0 39.1 41 33 25 3 4 28 30 7 0 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 3.27 5 4 0 0 0 11.0 11 4 4 0 0 2 14 1 0 Quad Cities Mid 1-0 3.00 3 0 0 0 0 6.0 5 2 2 0 0 1 8 0 0 10 Palm Beach FSL 5-1 2.44 14 9 0 0 0 55.1 42 22 15 4 5 25 38 5 0 Springfield Tex 1-0 10.13 2 2 0 0 0 5.1 4 7 6 0 4 7 6 0 0 Minor League Totals 17-12 4.22 75 45 0 0 2 264.1 244 158 124 16 34 130 225 30 1

DIAPOULES, Mark

RHP

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 8/12/85 at Visalia, CA Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Merced, CA SCHOOL - Cal Poly San Luis Obispo HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 5th round selection (172nd overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked second among Cardinals minor leaguers in appearances (54)...appearance total ranked second in the Texas League. 2009: Tied for the Florida State League lead in holds (10) and finished 2nd in appearances (52). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 Batavia NYP 1-6 4.30 18 9 0 0 0 60.2 69 32 29 4 3 27 56 2 0 08 Quad Cities Mid 2-2 5.92 15 9 0 0 0 51.2 56 39 34 5 4 27 30 7 0 Batavia NYP 6-3 1.76 14 9 0 0 0 56.1 37 12 11 1 7 27 40 0 0 09 Palm Beach FSL 4-6 5.25 52 0 0 0 0 70.1 66 51 41 2 6 46 75 10 0 10 Springfield Tex 2-4 4.15 54 0 0 0 0 73.2 62 35 34 6 7 44 56 7 0 Minor League Totals 15-21 4.29 153 27 0 0 0 312.2 290 169 149 18 27 171 257 26 0

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 5’11 Bats - L Born - 11/6/87 at Raleigh, NC Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Nashville, TN SCHOOL - Belmont University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals 37th round selection (1,129th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Batted .400 (6-for-15) in the playoffs en route to the Appy League Championship. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 Johnson City Appy .267 46 146 21 39 9 0 2 16 4 0 6 13 35 1 0 Minor League Totals .267 46 146 21 39 9 0 2 16 4 0 6 13 35 1 0

EAGER, Thomas

ELKINS, Patrick H. (Packy)

3B

SLG OBP .370 .352 .370 .352

E 4 4

Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 4/7/88 at Johnson City, NY Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Johnson City, NY SCHOOL - Le Moyne HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 43rd round selection (1039th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked fourth among Cardinals minor leaguers in slugging percentage (.509) and seventh in on-base plus slugging (.861)...batted .426 (23-for-54) with runners in scoring position and .319 (53-for-166) vs. RHP. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 10 Johnson City Appy .283 28 106 20 30 8 1 6 22 0 0 3 8 19 1 0 .547 .350 0 Batavia NYP .303 29 122 24 37 9 3 2 20 0 1 4 6 15 0 0 .475 .353 2 Minor League Totals .294 57 228 44 67 17 4 8 42 0 1 7 14 34 1 0 .509 .352 2

EDMONDSON, Christopher

OF

R 25 25

ER 20 20

HR 0 0

HB 6 6

BB 27 27

SO 22 22

WP BK 8 0 8 0

Height - 6'2 Bats - L Born - 12/3/87 at Guyton, GA Weight - 188 Throws - L Resides - Acworth, GA SCHOOL - Kennesaw State (GA) University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 28th round selection (849th overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft CAREER NOTES- 2010: Ranked fourth in the New York Penn League with 66 strikeouts...led the team in games started (15), innings pitched (77.1) and strikeouts...named a NYP League All-Star. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 Batavia NYP 3-2 3.25 15 8 0 0 0 52.2 50 21 19 1 3 16 54 2 0 10 Batavia NYP 4-5 3.38 15 15 0 0 0 77.1 76 42 29 4 3 22 66 5 0 Minor League Totals 7-7 3.32 30 23 0 0 0 130.0 126 63 48 5 6 38 120 7 0

EDWARDS, Justin R.

LHP

Height - 5’10 Bats - R Born - 3/8/89 at Palo Negro, VZ Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Palo Negro, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/6/06. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 06 VSL Cardinals VSL .213 45 94 10 20 4 0 1 7 1 0 6 07 GCL Cardinals GCL .053 7 19 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Johnson City Appy .145 23 62 6 9 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 08 Quad Cities Mid .204 34 103 13 21 6 0 1 14 1 1 2 09 Quad Cities Mid .220 68 223 18 49 7 0 1 17 1 3 4 10 Quad Cities Mid .222 6 18 4 4 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 Batavia NYP .172 12 29 3 5 1 0 1 5 0 1 0 Palm Beach FSL .158 7 19 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Minor League Totals .198 202 567 58 112 19 0 6 46 4 5 14

ESPINOZA, Roberto A.

C

BB 29 4 6 14 28 2 6 4 93

SO SB CS 23 1 1 5 1 0 23 3 1 36 0 2 49 2 1 9 0 0 10 0 0 5 0 0 160 7 5

SLG .287 .053 .210 .291 .265 .389 .310 .158 .263

OBP .426 .217 .232 .308 .314 .300 .306 .333 .323

E 4 1 4 3 6 0 0 0 18

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 12/19/88 at Quanaminthe, Haiti Weight - 172 Throws - R Resides - Monte Cristi, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/2/07. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Topped the DSL staff in innings pitched (44.2). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 08 DSL Cardinals DSL 5-3 2.31 24 0 0 0 10 35.0 27 09 DSLCardinals DSL 2-5 4.60 20 0 0 0 9 31.1 38 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 1-4 2.01 12 4 1 0 1 44.2 36 Minor League Totals 8-12 2.84 56 4 1 0 20 111.0 101

ESTALIS, Edouard

RHP

R 11 20 13 44

ER 9 16 10 35

HR 0 3 +6 9

HB 2 0 4 6

BB 17 11 7 35

SO 40 26 45 7

WP BK 5 0 5 0 1 0 11 0

240

241

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6'1 Bats - L Born - 1/2/92 at Trujillo, VZ Weight - 175 Throws - L Resides - Trujillo, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/1/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 4.2 0 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 4.0 2 Minor League Totals 1-0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 8.2 2

ECHEVERRIA, Anggelo D.

LHP

Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 3/8/90 at Las Matas de Farfan, DR Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Las Matas de Farfan, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/8/08. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .217 57 143 28 31 10 1 0 16 1 2 5 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .142 48 106 19 15 4 0 0 7 2 1 8 Minor League Totals .185 105 249 47 46 14 1 0 23 3 3 13

ENCARNACION, Victor A.

OF

BB 25 21 46

SO 42 36 78

SB CS 15 3 13 1 28 4

SLG .301 .179 .249

OBP .349 .324 .338

E 1 1 2

R 0 0 0

ER 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

HB 0 0 0

BB 1 1 2

SO 4 3 7

WP BK 0 0 0 0 0 0

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 7/7/93 at Cartagena, Colombia Weight - 147 Throws - R Resides - Cartagena, Colombia HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 10/1/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-6 5.24 16 6 0 0 0 34.1 34 Minor League Totals 0-6 5.24 16 6 0 0 0 34.1 34

ESCUDERO, Jhonatan

RHP

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 9/2/89 at Baton Rouge, LA Weight - 175 Throws - L Resides - Riverview, FL SCHOOL - Riverview (FL) HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 7th round selection (215th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 08 GCL Cardinals GCL 2-1 4.50 10 2 0 0 0 30.0 27 19 15 3 2 09 Johnson City Appy 4-1 3.24 13 9 0 0 0 50.0 49 21 18 1 4 10 Batavia NYP 1-0 6.00 8 1 0 0 2 18.0 23 12 12 2 0 Minor League Totals 7-2 4.13 31 12 0 0 2 98.0 99 52 45 6 6

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
LHP
Height - 5'11 Bats - R Born - 6/24/87 at Houston, TX Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Carrollton, TX SCHOOL - University of Kansas HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 32nd round selection (965th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Invited to Major League Spring Training as a non-roster invitee...sat out entire 2010 season with Tommy John surgery. 2009: Selected to the Florida State League All-Star Game, but was called up to Springfield (AA). 2008: Made two appearances (2.1 IP, 2 K) during the Florida State League playoffs. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 Johnson City Appy 4-1 3.70 20 0 0 0 2 24.1 23 15 10 2 1 12 34 4 0 Palm Beach FSL 0-0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 09 Palm Beach FSL 2-1 1.64 26 0 0 0 1 33.0 18 7 6 0 0 13 30 2 0 Springfield Tex 0-1 3.52 15 0 0 0 1 23.0 19 9 9 6 1 14 17 2 0 10 Springfield Tex DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY Minor League Totals 6-3 2.73 62 0 0 0 4 82.1 60 31 25 8 2 40 85 8 0

FERRARA, Anthony J.

FREEMAN, Samuel D. (Sam)

LHP

BB 14 17 4 35

SO 36 40 17 93

WP BK 6 0 6 0 1 1 13 1

Height - 6'5 Bats - R Born - 11/20/85 at Thousand Oaks, CA Weight - 187 Throws - R Resides - Oxnard, CA SCHOOL - Cal-State Northridge HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 15th round selection (472nd overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - MISC: Son of Cardinals long time professional scout Chuck Fick. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 07 Johnson City Appy 1-0 1.29 8 0 0 0 2 14.0 9 3 2 0 0 Batavia NYP 1-0 2.16 9 0 0 0 0 25.0 27 10 6 1 2 08 Quad Cities Mid 6-5 3.17 20 13 0 0 0 93.2 97 50 33 6 2 09 Quad Cities Mid 0-2 4.24 4 3 0 0 0 17.0 21 9 8 1 0 Palm Beach FSL 3-3 4.92 20 7 0 0 0 56.2 67 33 31 6 2 Springfield Tex 1-2 1.50 10 3 0 0 1 24.0 19 5 4 1 2 10 Springfield Tex 2-0 2.00 11 3 0 0 0 27.0 19 8 6 0 0 Memphis PCL 3-1 4.78 21 3 0 0 0 49.0 51 26 26 7 4 Minor League Totals 17-13 3.41 103 32 0 0 3 306.1 310 144 116 22 12

FICK, Charles J. (Chuckie)

RHP

BB SO 6 12 5 13 15 67 4 13 8 26 10 12 6 32 18 31 72 206

WP BK 4 0 5 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 17 0

Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 1/2/88 at Houston, TX Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - Miami, FL SCHOOL - Miami-Dade Community College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 6th round selection (185th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Ranked second among Cardinals minor leaguers in starts and eighth in innings pitched (104.1). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 GCL Cardinals GCL 2-2 1.74 9 3 0 0 0 31.0 27 10 6 1 3 6 19 2 0 Johnson City Appy 0-1 2.57 2 1 0 0 1 7.0 5 4 2 0 0 3 6 2 0 09 Batavia NYP 4-0 2.15 8 5 0 0 0 37.2 23 9 9 0 5 6 14 1 0 Quad Cities Mid 0-5 5.24 7 6 0 0 0 34.1 42 25 20 2 1 11 11 1 0 10 Quad Cities Mid 7-15* 5.26 28 28 0 0 0 140.1 161 *104 *82 13 5 59 100 7 1 Minor League Totals 13-23 4.28 54 43 0 0 1 250.1 258 152 119 16 14 85 150 13 1

FORNATARO, Eric A.

RHP

Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 11/16/86 at Columbia, MO Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Columbia, MO SCHOOL - Missouri State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 28th round selection (845th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named a Florida State League All-Star. 2009: Ranked in the Top 10 among Cardinals minor leaguers in WHIP (6th, 0.99), K/9 IP (6th, 11.21) and strikeout/walk ratio (T-9th, 4.40). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 Johnson City Appy 4-0 3.26 21 0 0 0 1 19.1 18 7 7 2 0 6 23 2 0 Quad Cities Mid 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 09 Quad Cities Mid 2-1 1.78 28 0 0 0 4 35.1 25 8 7 2 1 10 44 1 1 10 Palm Beach FSL 6-1 2.15 45 0 0 0 1 54.1 41 18 13 1 3 14 66 1 0 Minor League Totals 12-2 2.15 97 0 0 0 6 113.0 88 33 27 5 4 33 133 4 1

FREVERT, Matthew D. (Matt)

RHP

Height - 6'0 Bats - R Born - 1/4/92 at Carolina, PR Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Carolina, PR SCHOOL - San Juan Educational School HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 18th round selection (549th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Batted .368 vs. lefties (7-for-19). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .235 23 51 12 12 3 1 0 3 0 0 2 4 10 2 1 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .284 39 116 20 33 3 1 5 20 0 2 6 19 17 2 0 Johnson City Appy .333 2 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 Minor League Totals .271 64 170 33 46 7 2 5 24 0 3 8 24 28 4 1

GARCIA, Anthony

C

SLG .333 .457 .667 .424

OBP .316 .406 .400 .380

E 4 0 0 4

Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 2/6/92 at Lakeland, FL Weight - 150 Throws - L Resides - Lakeland, FL SCHOOL - Lake Gibson HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals 11th round selection (349th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-3 3.50 11 9 0 0 0 43.2 42 24 17 1 4 Minor League Totals 1-3 3.50 11 9 0 0 0 43.2 42 24 17 1 4

FREEMAN, Benjamin (Ben)

LHP

BB 16 16

SO 37 37

WP BK 1 1 1 1

Height - 6'0 Bats - L Born - 8/8/89 at El Cajon, CA Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - El Cajon, CA SCHOOL- University of Hawaii HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals 7th round selection (229th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year-Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked second in the Appy League in runs scored (49)...batted .467 (7-for-15) in the playoffs. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 10 Johnson City Appy .286 58 220 49 63 15 1 4 24 3 1 9 18 36 7 5 .418 .363 Minor League Totals .286 58 220 49 63 15 1 4 24 3 1 9 18 36 7 5 .418 .363

GARCIA, Greg

SS

E 5 5

242

243

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 5/16/90 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Caracas, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 6/29/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 07 VSL Cardinals VSL .174 25 92 8 16 3 0 2 9 0 0 0 08 VSL Cardinals VSL .282 59 206 18 58 9 0 2 23 1 1 0 09 VSL Cardinals VSL .314 63 229 27 72 16 0 5 36 1 1 7 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .220 33 100 14 22 7 1 0 11 0 2 2 Minor League Totals .268 180 627 67 168 35 1 9 79 2 4 9

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
3B
Height - 6'1 Bats - L Born - 2/16/89 at Altamonte Springs, FL Weight - 195 Throws - L Resides - Longwood, FL SCHOOL - Florida State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 6th round selection (199th overall) in the June 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - Named the New York Penn League Pitcher of the Week (8/9-15) after a six inning outing where he allowed just two hits and struck out 11 on 8/13...finished second on the team in wins (6). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 Batavia NYP 6-0 1.54 8 6 0 0 0 35.0 27 6 6 1 1 8 36 3 0 Minor League Totals 6-0 1.54 8 6 0 0 0 35.0 27 6 6 1 1 8 36 3 0

GARCIA, Hector

GAST, John W.

LHP

BB SO SB CS 8 18 1 0 24 37 2 2 17 32 2 1 16 17 0 0 65 104 5 3

SLG .272 .354 .450 .310 .370

OBP .240 .355 .378 .333 .343

E 8 20 12 17 57

Height - 5'10 Bats - R Born - 2/11/88 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Caracas, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/6/06. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led all Cardinals minor leaguers with 25 stolen bases...named a Florida State League All-Star. 2009: Led all Cardinals minor leaguers with 14 sacrifice bunts. Finished 2nd among Cardinals minor leaguers with 27 steals (39 att). 2008: His 26 stolen bases at Batavia were 2nd-most in the New York-Penn League...his 48 runs scored at Batavia were 4thmost in the league. 2006: Posted a .973 fielding percentage, tops among Venezuelan League second basemen...appeared in 57 games at second base, most among VSL players YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 06 VSL Cardinals VSL .241 63 203 27 49 12 0 1 16 5 2 8 14 32 7 8 .315 .313 7 07 Johnson City Appy .303 19 66 7 20 2 1 1 6 1 0 1 11 10 2 4 .409 .410 3 Batavia NYP .375 6 24 4 9 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 .417 .423 1 Quad Cities Mid .202 33 84 10 17 4 0 0 5 2 1 1 7 18 3 4 .250 .269 6 08 Quad Cities Mid .175 44 137 21 24 6 1 0 5 1 0 2 14 22 3 2 .234 .261 9 Batavia NYP .240 70 271 48 65 13 1 1 22 3 2 4 25 53 26 3 .306 .311 11 09 Palm Beach FSL .258 74 244 36 63 10 1 1 17 7 3 1 15 30 14 6 .320 .300 16 Quad Cities Mid .265 42 147 24 39 6 4 1 16 7 1 1 15 24 13 6 .381 .355 14 10 Palm Beach FSL .252 49 206 26 52 7 0 1 16 0 0 1 16 35 16 3 .301 .309 12 Springfield Tex .259 77 263 35 68 8 1 5 27 3 2 4 19 48 9 3 .354 .316 8 Minor League Totals .247 477 1645 238 406 69 9 11 134 29 11 23 138 274 94 41 .320 .312 87

GARCIA, Jose G.

2B/SS

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 3/22/93 at Charallave, VZ Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Charallave, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/1/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-2 8.62 15 3 0 0 2 31.1 42 Minor League Totals 0-2 8.62 15 3 0 0 2 31.1 42

GERDEL, Anderson D.

RHP

R 32 32

ER 30 30

HR 0 0

HB 8 8

BB 12 12

SO 22 22

WP BK 4 0 4 0

BB SO SB CS 17 31 2 0 17 31 2 0

SLG OBP .381 .348 .381 .348

E 9 9

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 1/1/93 at Coro, VZ Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Coro, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 8/31/09. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 VSL Cardinals VSL .223 63 215 20 48 5 1 2 23 1 1 5 Minor League Totals .223 63 215 20 48 5 1 2 23 1 1 5

GARCIA, Ronnierd A.

3B

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 6/28/90 at Puerto Plata, DR Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Puerto Plata, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 10/28/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-1 3.52 4 0 0 0 2 7.2 3 Minor League Totals 0-1 3.52 4 0 0 0 2 7.2 3

GONZALEZ, Ariel

RHP

R 3 3

ER 3 3

HR 0 0

HB 3 3

BB 5 5

SO 7 7

WP BK 1 1 1 1

BB SO SB CS 19 51 3 1 19 51 3 1

SLG OBP .284 .300 .284 .300

E 1 1

Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 7/19/91 at Puerto Cabello, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Puerto Cabello, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/6/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 2-3 4.55 9 6 1 0 0 27.2 35 Minor League Totals 2-3 4.55 9 6 1 0 0 27.2 35

GARCIA, Silfredo A.

RHP

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 9/18/92 at Puerto Cabello, VZ Weight - 160 Throws - R Resides - Puerto Cabello, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 6/24/10 YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 VSL Cardinals VSL .185 25 81 6 15 1 0 0 5 1 0 6 Minor League Totals .185 25 81 6 15 1 0 0 5 1 0 6

GONZALEZ, Kevin

SS

BB SO SB CS 7 26 2 1 7 26 2 1

SLG OBP .198 .298 .198 .298

E 8 8

R 18 18

ER 14 14

HR 0 0

HB 1 1

BB 6 6

SO 15 15

WP BK 1 3 1 3

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 10/2/86 at Opelika, AL Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Demopolis, AL SCHOOL - Delta State (MS) University HOW OBTAINED - Selected in the 33rd round (999th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 09 Batavia NYP .239 55 209 31 50 19 1 3 22 2 3 0 25 36 2 2 10 Palm Beach FSL .200 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 Quad Cities Mid .272 62 239 44 65 13 2 7 43 2 3 1 38 39 2 1 Minor League Totals .256 118 453 75 116 32 3 10 65 4 6 1 63 78 4 3

GOODWIN, Devin M.

2B/SS

SLG .383 .200 .431 .406

OBP .316 .200 .370 .344

E 8 1 13 22

244

245

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 1/10/92 at Maracaibo, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Maracaibo, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 12/10/09. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 VSL Cardinals VSL .254 42 134 24 34 7 2 2 20 0 3 4 Minor League Totals .254 42 134 24 34 7 2 2 20 0 3 4

GOMEZ, Jose L.

C

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 5'10 Bats - R Born - 1/27/87 at Palo Alto, CA Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Concord, CA SCHOOL - University of California-Irvine HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 4th round selection (125th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Won his first five starts, allowed just four earned runs (1.23 ERA) and struck out 31 batters in that time...named to the Texas League All-Star team. 2009: Pitched for the Surprise Rafters of the Arizona Fall League compiling an 0-1 record with a 7.36 ERA and a save in 11 innings (11 app.). COLLEGE: Five-time first team All-American...2008 Big West Pitcher of the Year...left school as the all-time UC-Irvine leader in strikeouts (327)...ranked sixth in the nation in 2007 with 123 strikeouts...posted a 1-1 record (9.0 IP, 11 K) in the College World Series...Threw four consecutive complete games (3 ShO) leading UC-Irvine to first CWS in school history...Pitched for 2007 Team USA earning a win over Russia. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 Batavia NYP 5-2 2.32 14 6 0 0 0 54.1 37 14 14 3 1 17 60 3 0 09 Palm Beach FSL 3-5 2.92 14 13 0 0 0 74.0 50 28 24 7 3 32 73 1 0 Springfield Tex 4-5 5.20 11 11 0 0 0 55.1 52 38 32 8 3 36 46 5 0 10 Springfield Tex 5-1 1.26 12 8 0 0 0 50.0 34 11 7 4 0 19 46 2 0 Minor League Totals 17-13 2.97 51 38 0 0 0 233.2 173 91 77 22 7 104 225 11 0

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6'4 Bats - R Born - 11/7/85 at Ocala, FL Weight - 215 Throws - R Resides - Odenton, MD SCHOOL - United States Naval Academy HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 13th round selection (395th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - Second highest draft pick in Navy’s history...Compiled a 20-13 record with a 2.51 ERA and 11.78 K/9 IP in four years at Navy...Ranks 1st and 2nd in KP9 in Navy’s school history...Set the Patriot League record with 119 strikeouts in 2007... Also batted .295 with 16 HR and 112 RBI...2006 Patriot League Pitcher of the Year YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 ON MILITARY LIST 10 ON MILITARY LIST

GORGEN, Scott C.

HARRIS, Mitchell A. (Mitch)

RHP

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 9/28/87 at Southington, CT Weight - 180 Throws - L Resides - Southington, CT SCHOOL - University of Rhode Island HOW OBTAINED - Acquired by the Cardinals as part of a three-way trade on 7/31/10 with the Cardinals sending OF Ryan Ludwick to the Padres, RHP Jake Westbrook to Cardinals and minor league RHP Corey Kluber from the Padres to Indians. CAREER NOTES - 2010: His total ERA (2.83) and IP (149.2) would have each ranked 6th among Cardinals minor leaguers. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 Eugene Nor 4-1 1.71 17 9 0 0 5 63.1 52 18 12 1 4 16 50 5 0 Fort Wayne Mid 0-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 3.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 10 Fort Wayne Mid 4-4 4.15 21 17 0 0 1 95.1 109 48 44 4 7 19 65 6 2 Quad Cities Mid 1-0 1.16 11 0 0 0 0 23.1 20 5 3 0 0 9 16 3 0 Minor League Totals 9-5 2.87 52 26 0 0 6 185.0 183 71 59 5 11 45 134 14 2

GREENWOOD, Nick

LHP

Height - 5'10 Bats - L Born - 6/10/85 at Homewood, AL Weight - 200 Throws - L Resides - Colleyville, TX SCHOOL - Rice University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals 8th round selection (262nd overall) in the June, 2005 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Invited to Major League Spring Training as a non-roster invitee. 2009: Named Texas League midseason All-Star team...named to TL post-season All-Star team...named TL Player of the Week for 7/13-20...played for the Surprise Rafters in the Arizona Fall League. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 07 Batavia NYP .281 18 57 14 16 2 1 0 7 1 2 5 8 9 4 1 .351 .403 0 Quad Cities Mid .156 12 32 4 5 2 0 2 5 1 1 1 1 9 0 0 .406 .200 3 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .368 5 19 6 7 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 .789 .429 0 Palm Beach FSL .280 84 329 47 92 26 4 6 40 2 4 6 27 51 7 6 .438 .342 4 09 Springfield Tex .303 123 423 62 128 31 3 13 63 1 4 5 40 64 9 4 .482 .367 6 10 Memphis PCL .205 26 88 8 18 6 1 0 7 0 0 1 5 18 0 0 .295 .255 2 Springfield Tex .367 16 60 11 22 5 0 3 12 0 0 0 3 9 0 1 .600 .397 1 Minor League Totals .286 284 1008 152 288 75 10 25 136 5 11 19 85 162 20 12 .454 .349 16

HENLEY, Paul T. (Tyler)

OF

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 8/13/93 at Margarita, VZ Weight - 179 Throws - R Resides - Margarita, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardoinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/7/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-2 4.18 14 0 0 0 0 23.2 26 Minor League Totals 1-2 4.18 14 0 0 0 0 23.2 26

GUERRA, Geddy E

RHP

R 18 18

ER 11 11

HR 1 1

HB 4 4

BB 13 13

SO 10 10

WP BK 1 0 1 0

Height - 6'0 Bats - R Born - 2/20/88 at Bolivar, VZ Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - La Soledad, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/24/07. CAREER NOTES - 2008: Converted to pitcher midseason after starting career as a catcher. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 08 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-0 9.53 4 0 0 0 0 5.2 7 7 6 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-2 1.82 22 0 0 0 8 34.2 25 12 7 10 Johnson City Appy 1-0 4.98 17 0 0 0 1 21.2 29 12 12 Minor League Totals 2-2 3.63 43 0 0 0 9 62.0 61 31 25 YR CLUB 07 VSL Cardinals 08 VSL Cardinals Minor League Totals LG VSL VSL AVG .094 .240 .158 G 15 13 28 AB 32 25 57 R 2 5 7 H 3 6 9 2B 0 0 0 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 1

GUZMAN, Francisco

RHP

Height - 6'1 Bats - S Born - 2/20/91 at Rio Piedras, PR Weight - 198 Throws - L Resides - Carolina, PR SCHOOL - Puerto Rico Baseball Academy HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 10th round selection (309th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Led GCL squad with a 2.21 ERA, innings pitched (40.2) and games started (8). Pitched 15 consecutive scoreless innings from 7/27-8/13...Ranked 2nd in the Cardinals organization in Toughest to HR off not allowing a HR in 175 total batters faced...Was 1-1 with a 1.29 ERA in six starts covering 28.0 innings during August. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 2-1 2.21 13 8 0 0 0 40.2 37 16 10 0 5 9 33 5 2 10 Johnson City Appy 0-2 6.85 14 7 0 0 1 44.2 56 41 34 7 1 12 44 12 2 Minor League Totals 2-3 4.64 27 15 0 0 1 85.1 93 57 44 7 6 21 77 17 4

HERNANDEZ, Hector J.

LHP

HR 1 0 2 3

HB 1 3 1 5

BB 5 13 4 22

SO 4 25 19 48 SLG .094 .240 .158

WP BK 3 0 5 0 1 0 9 0 OBP .118 .345 .222 E 2 2 4

BB SO SB CS 0 7 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 11 0 0

Height - 6'0 Bats - R Born - 9/9/89 at Placentia, CA Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Canyon Country, CA SCHOOL - Los Angeles Mission College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 6th round selection (189th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: In the Appy League playoffs, he led the league with three home runs, five RBI and four extra-base hits to help lead JC to their first Appy League Champioinship since 1976. 2009: All-American and gold glove winner at Los Angeles Mission College batting .460 with 11 HR, 49 RBI and 29 SB. Father, Virgil Hill, Sr. was a Silver Medalist Middleweight boxer for USA in 1984 Olympics and WBA Cruiserweight champion. Mother, Denean-Howard Hill was a Silver Medalist sprinter in 4x400 relay in the 1988 Olympics. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .216 51 162 28 35 6 4 1 22 0 0 6 20 58 11 7 .321 .324 3 10 Johnson City Appy .289 49 152 30 44 11 3 2 16 0 1 3 21 48 7 6 .441 .384 3 Minor League Totals .252 100 314 58 79 17 7 3 38 0 1 9 41 106 18 13 .379 .353 6

HILL, Virgil E.

OF

246

247

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'3 Bats - R Born - 8/21/89 at Santiago, DR Weight - 183 Throws - R Resides - Santiago, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 12/10/09. CAREER NOTES - 2010: In his only start of the season (7/28), threw five shutout innings allowing just one hit and striking out nine...did not allow an earned run in his final four appearances (14.1 IP, 1 GS, 25 SO). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 1-2 2.70 9 1 0 0 0 23.1 14 10 7 0 1 16 34 2 1 Minor League Totals 1-2 2.70 9 1 0 0 0 23.1 14 10 7 0 1 16 34 2 1

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 5/10/88 at Miami, FL Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Miami Springs, FL SCHOOL - University of Miami-Fla. HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 5th round selection (159th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named ‘Best Defensive Infielder’ in the Cardinals system by Baseball America’s Best Tools Survey...ranked sixth among Cardinals minor leaguers in both hits (125) and walks (59). 2009: First team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection...Selected to play for 2008 USA National team. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 09 Batavia NYP .216 67 245 29 53 4 1 0 14 7 2 0 29 37 4 3 .241 .297 10 Quad Cities Mid .272 84 302 47 82 13 2 2 27 0 5 0 48 63 6 7 .348 .366 Palm Beach FSL .291 41 148 14 43 10 1 1 8 6 1 1 11 21 3 2 .392 .342 Minor League Totals .256 192 695 90 178 27 4 3 49 13 8 1 88 121 13 12 .319 .337

HIRALDO, Eduardo

JACKSON, Ryan C.

SS

Height - 5'9 Bats - R Born - 3/30/88 at Pine Bluff, AR Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - North Little Rock, AR SCHOOL - Pensacola JC HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 25th round selection (766th overall) in the June, 2006 First-Year Player Draft. Signed to a 2007 contract on 5/26/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named the Cardinals Organizational Player of the Month for May (.408 BA, 25 G, 8 2B, 4 3B and 16 RBI)...ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in triples (T1st, 7) and stolen bases (2nd, 22)...was named to the Midwest League All-Star team. 2009: Ranked 4th among Cardinals minor leaguers with 25 stolen bases. 2007: Rated 16th-best prospect in the Gulf Coast League by Baseball America...batted .343 (12-for-35) in Instructional League ranking first with 3 HR and 8 SB. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 07 GCL Cardinals GCL .325 39 120 22 39 4 0 0 10 1 0 3 19 15 17 5 .358 .430 1 08 Quad Cities Mid .235 76 255 37 60 5 1 4 16 0 2 6 24 47 7 8 .310 .314 12 09 Batavia NYP .290 37 138 19 40 5 4 0 12 2 0 1 17 20 18 2 .384 .372 1 Quad Cities Mid .246 30 117 17 29 8 0 0 11 3 2 1 17 18 7 5 .314 .341 1 10 Quad Cities Mid .324 49 185 40 60 11 6 3 28 1 3 2 23 33 11 8 .497 .399 5 Palm Beach FSL .269 51 193 21 52 10 1 1 20 1 1 7 14 38 11 4 .347 .340 2 Minor League Totals .278 282 1009 156 280 43 12 8 97 8 8 20 114 171 71 32 .368 .360 22

INGRAM, D’Marcus K.

OF

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 11/29/89 at Valverde Mao, DR Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Valverde Mao, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 1/11/08. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Ranked first among all Cardinals minor league pitchers with a 2.14 ERA. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR 08 DSL Cardinals DSL 0-2 2.92 7 3 0 0 0 24.2 20 8 8 0 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 6-0 2.14 15 7 0 0 1 63.0 45 18 15 4 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-1 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 5 2 2 0 Johnson City Appy 1-1 4.32 11 5 0 0 0 33.1 43 25 16 6 Minor League Totals 7-4 2.93 34 16 0 0 1 126.0 113 53 41 10

JIMENEZ, Charllan

RHP

HB 0 5 0 2 7

BB SO 7 13 23 75 1 4 6 25 37 117

WP BK 3 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 9 1

Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 8/26/87 at Greeneville, IL Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Maryville, IL SCHOOL - McKendree (IL) University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 41st round selection (1,239th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led the Johnson City staff in starts (10) and innings pitched (62.1)...Ranked fourth among Cardinals minor leaguers with a strikeout to walk ratio of 4.50 (36-8) and was the sixth toughest pitcher to homer off of with a ratio of 134.5 TBF to 1. 2009: Ranked 4th among Cardinals minor leaguers with a 5.20 strikeout/walk ratio...two-time America Midwest Pitcherof-the-Year. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 2.25 4 1 0 0 0 12.0 8 3 3 0 1 2 14 0 0 Johnson City Appy 2-1 4.01 8 4 0 0 0 24.2 36 15 11 3 5 3 12 1 0 10 Johnson City Appy 5-4 3.61 13 10 1 0 0 62.1 77 34 25 2 1 8 36 3 0 Minor League Totals 7-5 3.55 25 15 1 0 0 99.0 121 52 39 5 7 13 62 4 0

JOHNSON, Cale O.

RHP

248

249

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6'4 Bats - R Born - 6/21/89 at San Diego, CA Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - San Diego, CA SCHOOL - Mira Mesa HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 7th round selection (232nd overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked fourth among Cardinals minor leaguers with 127 strikeouts...led Quad Cities with 88 strikeouts at the time of his promotion to Palm Beach and was T8th in the Midwest League. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-1 2.32 10 3 0 0 0 31.0 28 13 8 1 0 11 47 2 0 08 Johnson City Appy 1-1 3.38 11 8 0 0 1 42.2 38 20 16 1 2 14 55 5 0 Quad Cities Mid 0-1 1.61 4 4 0 0 0 22.1 20 5 4 2 1 6 18 1 0 09 Batavia NYP 1-6 3.98 15 10 0 0 0 61.0 56 30 27 4 6 23 53 4 0 10 Quad Cities Mid 5-4 2.83 18 11 0 0 1 70.0 58 26 22 3 5 22 88 5 1 Palm Beach FSL 3-3 3.27 8 8 0 0 0 41.1 39 18 15 0 3 14 39 2 0 Minor League Totals 11-16 3.09 66 44 0 0 2 268.1 239 112 92 11 17 90 300 19 1

HOOKER, James D. (Deryk)

RHP

E 12 21 6 39

Height - 6’4 Bats - R Born - 7/20/92 at Henderson, TX Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Henderson, TX SCHOOL: Henderson (TX) HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals first round supplemental selection (50th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named the fourth-best prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America... Named ‘Best Athlete’ in the Cardinals system by BA’s Best Tools Survey...Went 8-2 with a 2.33 ERA and batted .417 while leading Henderson High to their second-straight Texas District 14 4A Championship...was recruited by Baylor University to play quarterback. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 Johnson City Appy 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 3.0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 Minor League Totals 0-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 3.0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0

JENKINS, Tyrell D.

RHP

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'0 Bats - L Born - 6/7/89 at Louisville, KY Weight - 175 Throws - L Resides - Crestwood, KY SCHOOL - University of Louisville HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 36th round selection (1099th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 Johnson City Appy 0-1 6.75 1 0 0 0 0 2.2 2 2 2 0 0 0 Quad Cities Mid 0-0 5.14 14 1 0 0 1 28.0 30 17 16 3 2 9 Minor League Totals 0-1 5.28 15 1 0 0 1 30.2 32 19 18 3 2 9

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
LHP
Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 1/5/89 at La Mesa, CA Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - La Mesa, CA SCHOOL- University of the Pacific HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 5th round selection (169th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- Ranked among the Cardinals minor leaguers in triples (T1st, 7), slugging percentage (8th, .483) and on base plus slugging percentage (8th, .855)...named New York Penn League Player of the Week for 6/21-27 (.423 BA, 3 3B, 2 HR, 10 RBI)...named to the NYPL All-Star team...ranked third in the league with 55 RBI, fifth with 128 total bases and second with 53 runs scored. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 10 Batavia NYP .287 68 265 53 76 11 7 9 55 0 5 5 34 62 12 3 .483 .372 4 Minor League Totals .287 68 265 53 76 11 7 9 55 0 5 5 34 62 12 3 .483 .372 4

KIEKHEFER, Dean A.

LONGMIRE, Nicholas

OF

SO 2 29 31

WP BK 1 0 2 0 3 0

Height - 6’3 Bats - S Born - 3/27/88 at Huntington Beach, CA Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Huntington Beach, CA SCHOOL- Santa Clara University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 15th round selection (469th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 Batavia NYP .295 30 95 11 28 11 0 0 12 0 0 0 14 24 0 0 Palm Beach FSL .000 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Minor League Totals .280 31 100 11 28 11 0 0 13 0 0 0 14 24 0 0

KLEIN, Geoffrey (Geoff)

C

SLG .411 .000 .390

OBP .385 .000 .368

E 1 0 0

Height - 5'11 Bats - L Born - 12/3/85 at Marlton, NJ Weight - 200 Throws - L Resides - Marlton, NJ SCHOOL - Rowan (NJ) University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 8th round selection (245th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Ranked among Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in games started (T-3rd, 25) and innings (8th, 137.0). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 Batavia NYP 0-0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 6.0 3 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 Quad Cities Mid 5-5 5.53 12 12 0 0 0 57.0 86 53 35 4 1 10 38 3 1 09 Palm Beach FSL 1-1 5.25 4 2 0 0 1 12.0 15 7 7 1 0 3 17 0 0 Springfield Tex 6-10 5.40 24 23 0 0 0 125.0 156 83 75 17 4 43 54 6 0 10 Memphis PCL 1-4 5.31 10 8 0 0 0 39.0 44 37 23 6 9 30 17 7 0 Springfield Tex 7-5 4.08 23 12 1 0 1 90.1 85 46 41 8 6 29 52 7 0 Minor League Totals 20-25 4.95 75 57 1 0 2 329.1 389 227 181 36 20 115 183 23 1

KULIK, Ryan C.

LHP

Height - 5'9 Bats - L Born - 12/28/91 at Bonao, DR Weight - 160 Throws - L Resides - Bonao, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/7/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 4-1 3.70 16 5 0 0 0 41.1 40 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-2 7.64 13 7 0 0 0 33.0 32 Minor League Totals 6-3 5.45 29 12 0 0 0 74.1 72

LOPEZ, Stalyn

LHP

R 19 34 53

ER 17 28 45

HR 2 2 4

HB 2 6 8

BB 18 37 55

SO 29 30 59

WP BK 6 1 9 1 15 2

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 4/21/88 at Evanston, IL Weight - 225 Throws - R Resides - Evanston, IL SCHOOL- Denison University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 27th round selection (829th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 Johnson City Appy 2-1 3.32 24 0 0 0 3 21.2 19 9 8 1 4 4 Minor League Totals 2-1 3.32 24 0 0 0 3 21.2 19 9 8 1 4 4

LUCAS, Aiden O.

RHP

SO 19 19

WP BK 5 0 5 0

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 3/2/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 9/1/05. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Ranked fifth among Cardinals minor leaguers with 17 home runs...ranked 1st in Midwest League in HR/AB ratio (1/20.71) YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 06 DSL Cardinals DSL .175 56 160 21 28 5 2 3 14 3 2 3 18 79 4 3 .288 .268 3 07 GCL Cardinals GCL .256 49 160 25 41 7 4 8 32 0 1 2 15 55 0 2 .500 .326 2 08 Johnson City Appy .267 45 161 21 43 11 0 5 21 0 2 3 15 60 2 2 .429 .337 2 09 Johnson City Appy .237 64 224 22 53 16 0 9 36 0 1 3 26 74 0 2 .429 .323 3 10 Quad Cities Mid .239 105 352 50 84 20 2 17 73 0 1 1 44 145 2 3 .452 .324 8 Minor League Totals .236 319 1057 139 249 59 8 42 176 3 7 12 118 413 8 12 .426 .317 18

LARA, Edgar

OF

Height - 6’6 Bats - R Born - 11/5/90 at Lakeland, FL Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Lakeland, FL SCHOOL- State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota CC HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 21st round selection (649th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-2 4.88 14 1 0 0 0 27.2 32 22 15 3 2 9 Minor League Totals 1-2 4.88 14 1 0 0 0 27.2 32 22 15 3 2 9

LUCAS, Joshua T. (Josh)

RHP

SO 26 26

WP BK 0 0 0 0

250

251

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 3/28/87 at Oklahoma City, OK Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Southlake, TX SCHOOL - Rice University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 9th round selection (275th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led the Texas League in on-base percentage (.426) and hit by pitches (25), also ranked fifth in walks (63)...named to the TL All-Star team...named TL Player of the Week for 6/13-20 (.414 BA, 3 2B, 4 HR, 11 RBI)...his hit by pitch total of 28 was the most in the Cardinals organization...ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in OBP (2nd,.415), walks (4th, 68), runs (6th, 70), homers (6th, 16) and OPS (6th, .870). 2009: Tied teammate Colt Sedbrook for minor league lead with 24 hit by pitch, and tied Sedbrook and Adron Chambers for the Palm Beach single season record with 16 HBP...Was hit 52 times in college, 2nd in school history behind fellow Cardinals’ minor leaguer Tyler Henley. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 08 Quad Cities Mid .234 21 64 11 15 2 1 6 12 0 0 5 13 19 1 0 .578 .402 0 Palm Beach FSL .080 13 25 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 8 0 0 .080 .303 0 09 Quad Cities Mid .125 6 16 5 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 5 5 2 0 .188 .391 0 Palm Beach FSL .253 54 186 29 47 11 4 8 34 1 3 16 22 41 3 2 .484 .374 5 Springfield Tex .232 29 69 9 16 4 0 3 8 1 0 6 8 18 2 1 .420 .361 3 10 Memphis PCL .205 17 44 10 9 1 1 1 1 0 0 3 5 10 0 0 .341 .327 1 Springfield Tex .270 103 319 60 86 13 3 15 54 0 1 *25 63 73 5 1 .470 *.426 2 Minor League Totals .245 243 723 128 177 32 9 33 110 2 4 62 119 174 13 4 .451 .394 11

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
OF
Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 9/21/91 at Colinas Del Sur, Dominican Republic Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Colinas Del Sur, Dominican Republic HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a minor league free agent on 4/20/10. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Topped the Cardinals minor leaguers in ERA (0.76), opponents batting average (.144) and WHIP (0.71) and ranked in the Top 10 in strikeouts per 9 innings (2nd, 11.9), strikeout to walk ratio (3rd, 5.57) and toughest to homer off of (4th, 228.0-1)...led the Dominican League in ERA, lowest BA (.144), strikeouts/9 IP (11.90) and WHIP (T1st)...named the thirdbest prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 3-2 *0.76 12 12 1 0 0 59.0 28 8 5 1 6 14 78 6 0 Minor League Totals 3-2 0.76 12 12 1 0 0 59.0 28 8 5 1 6 14 78 6 0

LUNA, Aaron J.

MARTINEZ, Carlos E.

RHP

Height - 6’4 Bats - S Born - 2/21/88 at Lubbock, TX Weight - 195 Throws - L Resides - Lubbock, TX SCHOOL - Oklahoma State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 9th round selection (289th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 2011 WILL BE HIS FIRST PROFESSSIONAL SEASON

SO

WP BK

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 8/3/91 at Seattle, WA Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Seattle, WA SCHOOL - West Seattle HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 20th round selection (619th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .253 23 79 8 20 5 0 0 6 0 0 3 10 29 0 1 Minor League Totals .253 23 79 8 20 5 0 0 6 0 0 3 10 29 0 1

MARTIN, Trevor

SS

SLG OBP .316 .359 .316 .359

E 6 6

Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 4/20/88 at Baltimore, MD Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - Miami, FL SCHOOL- Nova Southeastern University HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 6/20/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 3-0 2.25 19 0 0 0 0 28.0 23 Minor League Totals 3-0 2.25 19 0 0 0 0 28.0 23

MARTINEZ, Ricardo J. (Ricky)

RHP

R 7 7

ER 7 7

HR 2 2

HB 3 3

BB 4 4

SO 9 9

WP BK 2 0 2 0

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 3/1/91 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 172 Throws - R Resides - Bonao, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 6/3/09. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Topped the DSL staff in strikeouts (T1st, 55)...ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in opponent batting average (2nd, .176), strikeouts per 9 innings (4th,10.55), toughest to homer off of (3rd, 302.0-1) and WHIP (4th, 1.01). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 6-0 3.02 13 3 0 0 1 41.2 42 18 14 0 5 18 38 4 0 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-1 2.97 8 8 0 0 0 36.1 20 15 12 0 9 13 55 10 0 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-4 1.95 7 6 0 0 0 37.0 25 11 8 1 5 16 31 2 1 Minor League Totals 9-5 2.66 28 17 0 0 1 115.0 87 44 34 1 19 47 124 16 1

MARTINEZ, Bryan L.

RHP

Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 4/27/91 at Puerto Plata, DR Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Puerto Plata, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/7/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 0-0 5.63 4 1 0 0 0 8.0 3 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 1-1 3.21 9 0 0 0 1 14.0 11 Minor League Totals 1-1 4.09 13 1 0 0 1 22.0 14

MATA, Luis M.

RHP

R 8 8 16

ER 5 5 10

HR 1 1 2

HB 1 2 3

BB 12 14 26

SO 9 12 21

WP BK 1 0 4 2 5 2

252

253

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

LYONS, Tyler W.

LHP

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 1/24/86 at Carabobo, VZ Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Carabobo, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals to a 2005 contract as a non-drafted free agent on 12/15/04. CAREER NOTES - 2007: Appeared in 39 games for Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League and batted .260 with two home runs and 10 RBI. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 05 Johnson City Appy .300 55 150 28 45 8 2 6 31 1 1 2 20 15 9 2 .500 .387 9 06 Quad Cities Mid .270 91 326 47 88 20 2 8 36 0 4 8 18 26 7 6 .417 .320 14 07 Palm Beach FSL .248 62 226 22 56 9 1 2 19 3 1 2 10 20 4 4 .323 .285 8 Springfield Tex .300 66 250 37 75 13 0 10 46 3 4 3 14 24 0 0 .472 .339 9 08 Springfield Tex .253 127 483 50 122 20 1 8 67 10 7 10 20 44 1 4 .348 .292 13 09 DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 10 GCL Cardinals# GCL .250 6 20 1 5 2 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 .350 .318 0 Minor League Totals .269 407 1455 185 391 72 6 34 203 17 17 26 83 130 21 16 .397 .316 53

MARTINEZ, Jose G.

SS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 5/23/90 at Bayamon, PR Weight - 160 Throws - R Resides - Orocovis, PR SCHOOL - Jose Rojas Cortez HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 20th round selection (605th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Ranked second on QC team in hits (89), doubles (22) and triples (5). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .274 33 124 19 34 3 1 2 21 0 2 0 13 30 7 1 Johnson City Appy .284 20 88 12 25 0 1 1 6 0 1 1 3 17 7 1 09 Johnson City Appy .344 26 93 16 32 7 1 3 12 1 1 1 4 25 5 4 10 Quad Cities Mid .249 99 358 60 89 22 5 4 36 3 1 8 39 100 10 8 Minor League Totals .271 178 663 107 180 32 8 10 75 4 5 10 59 172 30 15

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 10/24/91 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as an non-drafted free agent on 12/24/09. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .234 57 171 28 40 6 0 1 20 1 1 4 Minor League Totals .234 57 171 28 40 6 0 1 20 1 1 4

MATEO, Luis G.

MEDINA, Rafael N.

SS

SLG .363 .341 .538 .372 .389

OBP .338 .312 .374 .335 .338

E 4 6 6 18 34

BB SO SB CS 34 34 7 5 34 34 7 5

SLG OBP .287 .371 .287 .371

E 12 12

Height - 6'3 Bats - R Born - 12/19/86 at Cincinnati, OH Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Middletown, OH SCHOOL - University of Memphis HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 15th round selection (455th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Named ‘Best Control’ in the Cardinals system by Baseball America’s Best Tools Survey...ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in wins (T5th, 10), innings pitched (T9th, 137.2), ERA (7th, 3.14) and strikeout to walk ratio (10th, 3.05)...won five of his final six regular season starts (39.2 IP, 2.53 ERA, 28 K) YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 6.75 2 0 0 0 0 4.0 7 5 3 1 1 1 1 2 0 Johnson City Appy 4-0 0.33 7 3 0 0 0 27.0 17 3 1 0 0 3 20 1 0 Quad Cities Mid 0-0 2.84 3 0 0 0 0 6.1 9 3 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 09 Quad Cities Mid 7-11 5.56 34 17 0 0 1 115.0 141 92 71 5 7 26 78 10 2 10 Palm Beach FSL 4-3 2.68 16 8 1 1 0 57.0 69 25 17 1 3 13 18 5 0 Springfield Tex 6-5 3.46 15 12 2 0 0 80.2 82 38 31 7 6 9 49 2 0 Minor League Totals 21-19 3.88 77 40 3 1 1 290.0 325 166 125 14 18 53 168 21 3

McGREGOR, Scott R.

RHP

Height - 5’11 Bats - L Born - 1/10/88 at Ocumare del Tuy, VZ Weight - 172 Throws - L Resides - Santa Teresa, Miranda, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Selected by the Cardinals in the AAA phase of the 2010 Rule 5 Draft from Minnesota on 12/9/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO 06 DSL Twins DSL 0-0 2.31 8 0 0 0 1 11.2 7 8 3 0 1 7 12 VSL Twins/Blue Jays VSL 2-0 4.73 7 0 0 0 1 13.1 11 9 7 1 1 8 14 07 VSL Cubs/Twins VSL 1-4 5.71 27 0 0 0 8 41.0 39 29 26 3 4 32 32 08 GCL Twins GCL 0-3 5.13 13 5 0 0 0 33.1 32 22 19 0 3 20 30 09 GCL Twins GCL 1-0 2.81 12 0 0 0 0 16.0 5 6 5 1 2 14 17 10 Elizabethton Appy 2-1 2.67 15 2 0 0 1 33.2 24 13 10 4 3 17 45 Minor League Totals 6-8 4.23 82 7 0 0 11 149.0 118 87 70 9 14 98 150

MIJARES, Jean D.

LHP

WP BK 7 0 5 0 5 1 6 1 7 0 6 0 36 2

Height - 6’3 Bats - L Born - 1/1/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 162 Throws - L Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/12/06. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB 06 DSL Cardinals DSL .198 36 86 10 17 3 1 0 9 1 2 0 14 07 DSL Cardinals DSL .226 64 208 26 47 9 0 0 33 2 3 4 45 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .193 51 150 24 29 8 2 3 16 1 3 3 18 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .271 43 144 22 39 6 1 3 18 1 0 1 18 10 Johnson City Appy .365 20 63 13 23 6 1 3 13 0 0 1 7 Minor League Totals .238 214 651 95 155 32 5 9 89 5 8 9 102

MEDINA, German D. (David)

OF

SO SB CS 24 1 1 61 4 4 53 3 1 40 0 2 16 0 0 194 8 8

SLG .256 .269 .333 .389 .635 .344

OBP .304 .369 .287 .356 .437 .345

E 0 7 9 5 4 25

Height - 6’4 Bats - R Born - 1/1/91 at Maracay, VZ Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Maracay, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/4/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-0 3.48 6 0 0 0 1 10.1 11 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-5 2.72 9 9 0 0 0 43.0 40 Minor League Totals 1-5 2.87 15 9 0 0 1 53.0 51

MONTANEZ, Fermin I.

RHP

R 4 18 22

ER 4 13 17

HR 0 3 3

HB 1 4 5

BB 3 9 12

SO 3 21 24

WP BK 1 0 2 3 3 3

254

255

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 9/5/88 at Polk County, FL Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - Lakeland, FL SCHOOL - Coastal Carolina University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 9th round selection (279th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Named all-Big South first team pitcher...2008: Threw a perfect game in the Cape Cod League for Bourne vs. Orleans (6/28/08)...Also named to the Cape Cod all-League team with a 5-0 record and 1.98 ERA in 50 IP with 44 K. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 Quad Cities Mid 1-0 7.20 16 0 0 0 0 20.0 24 17 16 3 3 14 19 3 0 10 Batavia NYP 4-2 4.19 14 13 0 0 0 68.2 68 40 32 4 2 17 44 8 0 Minor League Totals 5-2 4.87 30 13 0 0 0 88.2 92 57 48 7 5 31 63 11 0

McCULLY, Nicholas G. (Nick)

RHP

Height - 5’11 Bats - L Born - 1/31/88 at Claremont, CA Weight - 180 Throws - L Resides - Claremont, CA SCHOOL- Cal Poly San Luis Obispo HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 44th round selection (1339th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 Batavia NYP .309 35 97 17 30 4 2 0 11 3 1 6 12 19 4 0 Minor League Totals .309 35 97 17 30 4 2 0 11 3 1 6 12 19 4 1

MELKER, Adam

OF

SLG OBP .392 .414 .392 .414

E 2 2

Height - 6’1 Bats - S Born - 2/25/92 at Juncos, PR Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Juncos, PR HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 25th round selection (769th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-1 10.00 14 0 0 0 0 18.0 25 26 20 1 8 17 Minor League Totals 0-1 10.00 14 0 0 0 0 18.0 25 26 20 1 8 17

MENDOZA, Richard O.

RHP

SO 14 14

WP BK 6 0 6 0

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 5’10 Bats - R Born - 6/21/91 at Guacara, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Maray, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/11/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 08 VSL Cardinals VSL .190 37 79 8 15 0 0 1 10 3 0 5 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .287 31 101 13 29 6 1 0 20 0 1 3 09 VSL Cardinals VSL .089 15 45 1 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .203 24 69 10 14 2 0 0 7 0 0 5 Minor League Totals .211 107 294 32 62 9 1 1 39 3 1 15 YR CLUB 10 GCL Cardinals Minor League Totals LG GCL W-L ERA 0-0 18.00 0-0 18.00 G 1 1 GS 0 0 CG SHO SV 0 0 0 0 0 0 IP 1.0 1.0 H 3 3 R 2 2 ER 2 2

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
C
Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 10/5/87 at Arcadia, CA Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Castaic, CA SCHOOL - Valencia HS (CA) HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 22nd round selection (676th overall) in the June, 2006 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked sixth among Cardinals minor leaguers in saves (13)...named a Florida State League All-Star. 2009: Ranked in the Top 10 among Cardinals minor leaguers: T-2nd appearances (58), 4th in saves (16), 6th in opponent’s batting (.178), 2nd in strikeouts per nine innings(12.78), 9th in strikeouts (97) and 10th in WHIP (1.05). 2008: Converted to pitcher midseason. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 08 Palm Beach FSL 1-1 3.34 27 0 0 0 0 35.0 34 13 13 1 1 16 38 1 0 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 3.2 1 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 09 Quad Cities Mid 2-0 0.45 17 0 0 0 9 20.0 8 2 1 0 1 5 36 1 0 Palm Beach FSL 1-2 1.61 26 0 0 0 5 28.0 20 9 5 1 1 12 34 0 0 Springfield Tex 3-0 2.21 15 0 0 0 2 20.1 15 5 5 1 2 12 27 0 0 10 Springfield Tex 0-1 6.00 15 0 0 0 1 18.0 22 15 12 1 0 11 23 2 0 Palm Beach FSL 0-0 0.30 25 0 0 0 12 29.2 20 1 1 0 1 8 47 2 1 Minor League Totals 8-4 2.15 128 0 0 0 29 154.2 120 45 37 4 6 66 211 6 1 YR CLUB 06 Johnson City 07 Johnson City 08 Palm Beach 09 Springfield 10 Springfield Minor League Totals LG Appy Appy FSL Tex Tex AVG G AB .201 60 189 .256 52 160 .000 33 13 .000 9 4 .000 7 1 .215 134 367 R 17 25 1 0 0 43 H 38 41 0 0 0 79 2B 7 9 0 0 0 16 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 1 0 9 1 1 3 0 5 20 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 29 1 2 6 BB 16 24 1 0 0 41 SO SB CS 34 0 1 32 3 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 3 3 SLG .249 .406 .000 .000 .000 .305 OBP .273 .358 .133 .000 .000 .305

MONTERO, Jesus R.

MULLIGAN, Casey F.

RHP

BB 9 15 9 8 41

SO SB CS 18 1 1 18 2 0 14 0 0 16 1 1 66 4 2 HB 0 0 BB 1 1

SLG .228 .392 .111 .232 .259 SO 1 1

OBP .312 .366 .268 .329 .336

E 5 3 3 1 12

HR 0 0

WP BK 0 0 0 0

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 10/8/86 at Arcadia, CA Weight - 210 Throws - R Resides - Channahon, IL SCHOOL - Lincoln (MO) University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 35th round selection (1,059th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in opponent batting average (9th, .238) and WHIP (10th, 1.21)...ranked second in the New York-Penn League with eight wins..named NYP League Pitcher-of-the-Week for 6/287/6 when he went 2-0 in two games, allowing just 3 ER in 12.1 IP (2.23 ERA) with 10 K. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 Johnson City Appy 1-2 1.32 13 6 0 0 1 54.2 38 14 8 2 3 17 48 2 0 Batavia NYP 0-1 13.50 1 1 0 0 0 4.2 8 7 7 0 0 1 5 0 0 10 Batavia NYP 8-2 3.35 14 14 0 0 0 75.1 68 32 28 6 3 23 61 4 0 Minor League Totals 9-5 2.87 28 21 0 0 1 134.1 114 53 43 8 6 41 114 6 0

MOSS, Andrew W.

RHP

Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 7/30/89 at Westminster, CO Weight - 185 Throws - L Resides - Westminster, CO SCHOOL - Louisiana State University-Shreveport HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 38th round selection (1,159th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 Johnson City Appy 1-2 2.77 13 3 0 0 0 39.0 37 17 12 2 0 10 Minor League Totals 1-2 2.77 13 3 0 0 0 39.0 37 17 12 2 0 10

NADEAU, Jeffrey

LHP

SO 28 28

WP BK 5 0 5 0

Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 3/28/89 at Miami, FL Weight - 190 Throws - L Resides -Miami, FL SCHOOL - University of Miami-Fla. HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 30th round selection (919th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 Johnson City Appy 1-0 4.09 11 0 0 0 0 11.0 7 6 5 1 3 8 Minor League Totals 1-0 4.09 11 0 0 0 0 11.0 7 6 5 1 3 8

NAZARIO, Iden A.

LHP

SO 15 15

WP BK 3 0 3 0

256

257

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 5/16/91 at Miranda, VZ Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Miranda, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/2/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .136 26 66 5 9 1 0 0 2 1 0 4 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .212 28 66 4 14 3 0 0 13 1 1 0 Palm Beach FSL .111 4 9 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 Palm Beach FSL .083 5 12 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GCL Cardinals GCL .283 28 92 10 26 6 0 1 17 0 1 3 Minor League Totals .208 91 245 20 51 10 0 1 33 2 2 7

MOSCATEL, Kevin

C

BB 4 8 0 2 11 25

SO SB CS 21 0 2 13 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 19 0 1 57 0 3

SLG .152 .258 .111 .083 .380 .261

OBP .230 .293 .111 .214 .374 .297

E 4 5 0 1 1 11

E 10 6 0 0 2 18

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'0 Bats - R Born - 4/28/89 at Panama City, Panama Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Panama City, Panama HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/3/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked 10th among Cardinals minor leaguers in opponent batting average (.243)...ranked fourth in the Florida State League in Opp BA (.235)...named FSL Pitcher-of-the-Week for 7/12-19 after a brilliant performance on 7/18 when he threw 8.2 shutout innings (3 H, 7 K) 2009: His 116 strikeouts ranked 4th among Cardinals minor leaguers...Ranked T9th in games started with 22. 2008: Appeared in the New York-Penn League All-Star Game. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 DSL Cardinals DSL 4-2 2.73 13 10 0 0 0 59.1 56 22 18 3 2 13 56 4 0 08 Batavia NYP 6-1 2.95 15 9 0 0 0 58.0 53 24 19 3 2 18 42 4 0 09 Quad Cities Mid 3-9 4.01 23 16 0 0 0 101.0 94 49 45 6 7 26 89 8 3 Palm Beach FSL 1-3 4.28 6 6 0 0 0 33.2 32 20 16 1 3 9 27 4 0 10 Springfield Tex 1-3 5.30 7 6 0 0 1 35.2 36 24 21 6 3 19 30 3 0 Palm Beach FSL 9-7 3.44 20 20 0 0 0 115.0 101 49 44 6 6 39 75 10 0 Minor League Totals 24-25 3.64 84 67 0 0 1 402.2 372 188 163 25 23 124 319 33 3

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 5/28/91 at Las Vegas, NV Weight - 220 Throws - R Resides - Las Vegas, NV SCHOOL - Western Nevada Community College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 23rd round selection (709th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 5.63 14 0 0 0 0 16.0 20 11 10 2 1 9 Minor League Totals 0-0 5.63 14 0 0 0 0 16.0 20 11 10 2 1 9

NIETO, Arquimedes N.

NUERNBERG, Dyllon

RHP

SO 20 20

WP BK 4 0 4 0

Height - 5’9 Bats - L Born - 2/12/88 at Riverside, CA Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Riverside, CA HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 31st round selection (949th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 Batavia NYP .283 40 92 23 26 5 2 0 9 1 2 0 18 13 5 1 Minor League Totals .283 40 92 23 26 5 2 0 9 1 2 0 18 13 5 1

O’NEILL, Mike

OF

SLG OBP .380 .393 .380 .393

E 1 1

Height - 6’3 Bats - L Born - 9/27/83 at St. Louis, MO Weight - 180 Throws - L Resides - Crystal City, MO SCHOOL - Southern Illinois University-Carbondale HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 6th round selection (196th overall) in the June, 2006 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES- 2009: Topped the Springfield staff with 52 appearances and led relief pitchers with 78 strikeouts...ranked second among Cardinals minor leaguers with 58 appearances and third with 11.65 K/9 IP. 2007: Topped Florida State League pitchers with 28 games started and 165.1 innings pitched, setting Palm Beach franchise marks for both as well as strikeouts (134)...named Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April (3-1, 1.63 ERA, 5 GS). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 06 State College NYP 1-0 2.25 1 0 0 0 0 4.0 4 1 1 0 0 0 9 0 0 Quad Cities Mid 2-2 3.72 13 12 0 0 1 65.1 60 28 27 3 4 35 60 2 2 07 Palm Beach FSL 11-9 3.59 28 28 2 1 0 165.1 134 69 66 11 7 73 134 7 1 08 Memphis PCL 0-1 2.25 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 1 2 1 0 0 6 8 0 0 Palm Beach FSL 1-2 6.87 5 5 0 0 0 18.1 19 14 14 2 2 11 22 2 1 09 Springfield Tex 3-1 4.12 52 0 0 0 5 59.0 48 34 27 4 3 44 78 3 2 Memphis PCL 0-0 6.75 6 0 0 0 0 6.2 8 5 5 2 1 5 7 1 0 10 Palm Beach FSL 2-1 3.00 11 0 0 0 0 12.0 8 5 4 0 0 6 16 0 0 Springfield Tex 0-1 5.57 22 0 0 0 0 21.0 19 13 13 1 2 25 18 3 0 Memphis PCL 3-1 6.60 10 0 0 0 0 15.0 16 11 11 1 0 15 16 2 1 Minor League Totals 23-18 4.10 149 46 2 1 6 370.2 317 182 169 24 19 220 368 20 7

NORRICK, Floyd T. (Tyler)

LHP

Height - 5’11 Bats - S Born - 4/5/90 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Caracas, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/12/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 07 VSL Cardinals VSL .218 47 133 16 29 9 1 0 12 3 0 4 DSL Cardinals DSL .229 23 70 14 16 2 0 0 7 4 0 2 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .135 46 126 9 17 2 0 1 17 5 1 1 09 Johnson City Appy .268 58 183 30 49 4 2 4 17 2 1 1 10 Palm Beach FSL .174 22 69 11 12 3 0 0 5 3 0 0 Quad Cities Mid .175 44 154 22 27 7 0 2 19 3 2 1 Minor League Totals .204 240 735 102 150 27 3 7 77 20 4 9

OBREGON, Ted T.

SS
MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

BB SO 14 31 16 16 23 34 17 46 3 17 16 40 89 184

SB CS 6 1 7 4 5 3 14 3 6 1 10 3 48 15

SLG .301 .257 .175 .377 .217 .260 .278

OBP .311 .386 .272 .332 .208 .254 .296

E 16 5 22 12 4 11 70

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 10/19/87 at Tarzana, CA Weight - 205 Throws - R Resides - Agoura Hills, CA SCHOOL - University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 48th round selection (1,449th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 09 Johnson City Appy 0-1 6.00 19 0 0 0 1 21.0 24 15 14 2 2 7 10 Quad Cities Mid 3-1 3.47 26 0 0 0 1 36.1 32 19 14 6 1 13 Minor League Totals 3-2 4.40 45 0 0 0 2 57.1 56 34 28 8 3 20

NOVAK, Jason

RHP

Height - 6'2 Bats - R Born - 10/5/89 at San Jose de Barlovento, VZ Weight - 160 Throws - R Resides - San Jose de Barlovento, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/10/07. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Ranked 6th among Cardinals minor leaguers in ERA (3.04) and Toughest to HR off (272 TBF/1 HR). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-1 3.44 14 0 0 0 1 18.1 13 8 7 0 1 9 8 6 0 08 VSL Cardinals VSL 3-2 2.31 19 0 0 0 0 35.0 38 13 9 1 3 14 24 1 1 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 5-2 3.04 14 +14 0 0 0 68.0 65 25 23 1 2 13 48 3 2 10 DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY Minor League Totals 8-5 2.89 47 14 0 0 1 121.1 116 46 39 2 6 36 80 10 3

ORAA, Carlos

RHP

SO 24 45 69

WP BK 5 0 4 0 9 0

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 7/5/90 at Caraballeda, VZ Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Caraballeda, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 8/10/06. CAREER NOTES - 2008: Went 1-for-2 with a solo HR as starting CF at the NY-Penn League All-Star Game. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 07 GCL Cardinals GCL .203 39 118 14 24 3 0 0 5 0 1 3 11 23 3 1 08 Batavia NYP .278 55 209 24 58 8 0 1 21 0 3 3 14 35 4 2 09 Quad Cities Mid .221 94 339 37 75 17 3 2 36 1 3 1 35 55 2 5 10 Quad Cities Mid .216 96 334 59 72 18 2 10 38 3 1 3 52 95 7 2 Minor League Totals .229 284 1000 134 229 46 5 13 100 4 8 10 112 208 16 10

PAREJO, Frederick J. (Freddy)

OF

SLG .229 .330 .307 .371 .324

OBP .286 .328 .294 .326 .311

E 4 7 7 5 23

258

259

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 12/5/83 at Bronx, NY Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Wellington, FL SCHOOL - University of Pittsburgh HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 6/18/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Received an invite to Major League Spring Training as a non-roster invitee. 2009: Converted eight of nine save opportunities at Memphis (AAA). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 Johnson City Appy 0-0 2.08 4 0 0 0 2 4.1 4 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 Batavia NYP 3-3 4.58 11 7 0 0 0 37.1 42 20 19 1 6 8 22 6 0 08 Quad Cities Mid 3-1 2.23 36 0 0 0 13 48.1 42 16 12 5 2 7 50 5 0 Palm Beach FSL 2-1 2.25 11 0 0 0 0 16.0 13 4 4 2 0 7 12 0 0 09 Springfield Tex 3-1 2.88 25 0 0 0 0 40.2 31 13 13 3 1 12 29 1 1 Memphis PCL 2-1 4.17 32 0 0 0 8 36.2 34 20 17 4 1 13 31 1 0 10 Memphis PCL 0-0 8.50 16 0 0 0 2 18.0 28 19 17 5 1 7 7 1 0 Minor League Totals 13-7 3.71 135 7 0 0 25 201.1 194 93 83 20 11 55 154 14 1

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 6/8/93 at Guiria, VZ Weight - 178 Throws - R Resides - Guiria, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/14/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-3 6.65 10 3 0 0 0 21.2 29 Minor League Totals 0-3 6.65 10 3 0 0 0 21.2 29

PARISE, Pete A.

PEREZ, Jose F.

RHP

R 19 19

ER 16 16

HR 1 1

HB 10 10

BB 7 7

SO 11 11

WP BK 9 1 9 1

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 5/19/90 at San Pedro De Macoris, DR Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - San Pedro De Macoris, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/28/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led the GCL staff with 11 starts. 2008: Converted from an outfielder to a pitcher. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 08 DSL Cardinals DSL 3-4 3.71 12 12 0 0 0 53.1 47 38 22 2 4 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 1-3 1.73 9 6 0 0 0 36.1 25 19 7 1 3 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-2 2.77 8 4 0 0 0 26.0 19 9 8 0 1 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 4-4 3.25 11 11 0 0 0 55.1 43 23 20 4 3 Minor League Totals 9-13 3.00 40 33 0 0 0 171.0 134 89 57 7 11 YR CLUB 07 DSL Cardinals Minor League Totals LG DSL AVG .165 .165 G AB 51 127 51 127 R 8 8 H 21 21 2B 1 1 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 0 0 6 1 2 1 0 0 6 1 2 1

PASEN, Jose M.

RHP

Height - 5’10 Bats - R Born - 7/24/91 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 8/20/08. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named a DSL Mid-Season All-Star...threw out 47.7 percent (21 CS- 23 SB) of attempted base stealers...ranked seventh among Cardinals minor leaguers in batting average (.302) and fifth in on base percentage (.409). 2009: Threw out 38.8 percent (19-49) of would-be base stealers. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .308 30 65 18 20 8 0 0 7 1 0 2 22 8 2 2 .431 .494 7 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .302 62 179 41 54 8 3 1 30 3 5 7 29 21 11 5 .397 .409 4 Minor League Totals .303 92 244 59 74 16 3 1 37 4 5 9 51 29 13 7 .406 .434 11

PEREZ, Luis J.

C

BB SO 24 59 21 40 16 11 17 52 78 162

WP BK 7 1 5 0 1 1 3 0 16 2 E 4 4

Height - 5’10 Bats - S Born - 6/12/90 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 12/15/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 08 DSL Cardinals DSL .247 62 231 41 57 13 3 0 20 1 1 7 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .275 51 182 33 50 8 2 0 19 2 0 4 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .214 29 84 11 18 2 0 0 7 1 2 2 Minor League Totals .252 142 497 85 125 23 5 0 46 4 3 13

PEREZ, Wader E.

2B/3B
MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

BB 35 30 7 72

SO 27 24 10 61

SB CS 17 11 13 7 4 2 34 20

SLG .329 .341 .238 .318

OBP .361 .389 .284 .359

E 15 5 5 25

BB SO SB CS 26 45 4 3 26 45 4 3

SLG OBP .173 .308 .173 .308

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 6/21/90 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/5/09. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Ranked among the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in ERA (5th, 2.76), opponents batting average (6th, .207) and K/9 IP (9th, 7.98)...led the DSL team in appearances (16) and innings pitched (62.0). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 3-0 3.80 17 5 0 0 2 45.0 34 24 19 2 8 22 44 13 1 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 4-3 2.76 16 10 0 0 0 62.0 45 21 19 4 12 31 55 11 1 Minor League Totals 7-3 3.20 33 15 0 0 2 107.0 79 45 38 6 20 53 99 24 2

PAULINO, Willy A.

RHP

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 5/26/92 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals to a 2009 contract as a non-drafted free agent on 12/10/08. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .150 46 127 11 19 6 1 2 16 0 1 3 22 68 1 1 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .156 58 173 15 27 4 2 0 13 1 1 6 23 74 8 2 Minor League Totals .153 104 300 26 46 10 3 2 29 1 2 9 45 142 9 3

PENA, Jose R.

OF

SLG .260 .202 .227

OBP .280 .276 .281

E 5 4 9

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 3/8/88 at Las Vegas, NV Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Las Vegas, NV SCHOOL - Durango (NV) HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 16th round selection (496th overall) in the June, 2006 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in doubles (T7th, 27), walks (5th, 60), stolen bases (5th, 17) and on base percentage (9th, .394)...named ‘Best Outfield Arm’ in the Cardinals system by Baseball America’s Best Tools Survey. 2008: Named Midwest League Player of the Week for the week ending 5/19 after collecting three leadoff homers and driving in 10 runs while batting .333...had five home runs in his first seven games for Quad Cities. 2007: Switched positions from shortstop to the outfield. 2006: Was a Second Team High School All-American...had committed to Cal State Fullerton before signing with the Cardinals. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 06 Johnson City Appy .231 54 182 26 42 8 3 1 19 1 2 5 26 42 12 3 .324 .340 22 07 Quad Cities Mid .063 14 32 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 9 3 0 .063 .189 1 Batavia NYP .205 67 239 33 49 8 5 2 16 1 0 1 25 60 14 6 .305 .283 1 08 Palm Beach FSL .146 27 82 9 12 3 0 1 7 2 0 1 7 30 1 1 .220 .222 0 Quad Cities Mid .218 86 312 51 68 11 4 17 49 2 2 3 27 126 17 4 .442 .285 2 09 Palm Beach FSL .232 114 336 47 78 15 5 8 44 3 1 4 36 102 18 6 .378 .313 4 10 Palm Beach FSL .262 68 237 42 62 14 4 3 27 1 2 3 42 59 13 4 .392 .377 3 Springfield Tex .339 38 121 19 41 13 1 3 18 0 0 1 18 28 4 2 .537 .429 4 Minor League Totals .230 468 1541 230 354 72 22 35 181 10 7 20 184 456 82 26 .373 .318 37

PHAM, Thomas J. (Tommy)

OF

260

261

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'0 Bats - R Born - 2/20/88 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Los Minas, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/1/06. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R 06 DSL Cardinals DSL 5-4 2.39 11 8 0 0 0 49.0 47 17 07 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 0.00 6 0 0 0 0 7.1 6 0 Johnson City Appy 2-1 1.64 15 0 0 0 0 22.0 22 8 08 Johnson City Appy 0-3 4.91 20 0 0 0 1 25.2 33 18 09 Quad Cities Mid 3-1 2.95 28 0 0 0 0 39.2 37 18 10 Palm Beach FSL 3-3 4.52 47 0 0 0 0 71.2 88 41 Minor League Totals 13-12 3.34 127 8 0 0 1 215.1 233 102

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6'0 Bats - R Born - 12/19/92 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 163 Throws - R Resides - Guacara, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/25/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-0 9.53 10 0 0 0 0 17.0 26 Minor League Totals 1-0 9.53 10 0 0 0 0 17.0 26

PICHARDO, Joel

RAMOS, Edubray E.

RHP

ER 13 0 4 14 13 36 80

HR 0 0 3 2 3 7 15

HB 2 0 2 0 0 2 6

BB SO 11 51 6 9 5 11 8 22 9 35 29 43 68 171

WP BK 6 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 15 0

R 23 23

ER 18 18

HR 1 1

HB 2 2

BB 10 10

SO 17 17

WP BK 4 1 4 1

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 12/17/91 at Puerto La Cruz, VZ Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Guanta de Anzoategui, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 12/14/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 2-0 3.57 12 0 0 0 1 22.2 20 10 Minor League Totals 2-0 3.57 12 0 0 0 1 22.2 20 10

PLANCHAR, Douglas J.

RHP

ER 9 9

HR 0 0

HB 0 0

BB 6 6

SO 22 22

WP BK 2 3 2 3

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 4/28/92 at Ciudad Dario de Matagulpa, Nicaragua Weight - 192 Throws - R Resides - Ciudad Dario de Matagulpa, Nicaragua HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/17/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-0 10.61 9 0 0 0 0 9.1 12 11 11 0 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 2-1 3.62 14 0 0 0 1 27.1 26 16 11 1 Minor League Totals 2-1 5.40 23 0 0 0 1 36.2 38 27 22 1

POLANCO, Jhonny

RHP

HB 3 5 8

BB 10 19 29

SO 2 19 21

WP BK 4 0 3 2 7 2

Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 4/13/88 at Puerto Cabella, VZ Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Puerto Cabella, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals to a 2006 contract as a non-drafted free agent on 8/9/05. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Led the Appalachian League with 23 appearances. 2008: Was 2-1 with a 2.30 ERA (31.1 IP / 8 ER) in 18 games (2 starts) for Aragua of the Venezuelan Winter League. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 06 VSL Cardinals VSL 2-6 4.48 16 14 0 0 1 66.1 87 42 33 *7 3 13 44 4 3 07 GCL Cardinals GCL 1-2 5.51 8 1 0 0 0 16.1 23 10 10 0 1 5 20 1 0 08 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-4 5.80 13 6 1 0 0 45.0 *71 37 29 4 5 4 37 5 4 09 Johnson City Appy 5-0 1.76 *23 0 0 0 1 30.2 22 8 6 1 3 8 30 2 0 10 Batavia NYP 4-1 1.13 18 0 0 0 10 24.0 11 4 3 0 0 7 33 2 0 Quad Cities Mid 2-0 1.42 14 0 0 0 7 19.0 16 3 3 0 1 9 21 4 0 Minor League Totals 14-13 3.75 92 21 1 0 19 201.1 230 104 84 12 13 46 185 18 7

RADA, Jose G.

RHP

262

263

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 12/30/88 at Haina, DR Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Haina, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals to a 2008 contract as a non-drafted free agent on 12/15/07. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Ranked T7th among Cardinals minor leaguers and 7th in the GCL League in batting average (.301). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 08 DSL Cardinals DSL .239 64 218 24 52 10 0 1 25 0 3 2 26 28 4 1 .298 .321 10 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .280 54 189 35 53 12 1 5 27 2 4 4 24 16 8 5 .434 .367 11 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .301 46 153 23 46 8 0 3 29 0 3 4 10 27 1 1 .412 .353 1 Minor League Totals .270 164 560 82 151 30 1 9 81 2 10 10 60 71 13 7 .375 .345 22

PIMENTEL, Luis E.

1B/3B

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 7/4/90 at Tracy, CA Weight - 160 Throws - R Resides - Tracy, CA SCHOOL - Ohlone (CA) Community College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 22nd round selection (679th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .283 40 138 26 39 6 3 1 10 3 2 4 9 26 15 2 Johnson City Appy .067 8 15 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 8 0 0 Minor League Totals .261 48 153 26 40 6 3 1 11 3 2 4 11 34 15 2

RAMOS, Steven

OF

SLG .391 .067 .359

OBP .340 .176 .324

E 2 0 2

Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 6/25/85 at Northridge, CA Weight - 180 Throws - L Resides - Westlake Village, CA SCHOOL - Stanford University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 35th round selection (1066th overall) in the June, 2006 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in runs (4th, 74), hits (3rd, 136) and walks (8th, 54)...2009: Led the Cardinals organization with 71 walks and T-4th in runs (69) and triples (6). 2008: Appeared in 29 games for the Honolulu Sharks of the Hawaiian Winter League and batted .250 (24-96) with two HRs and nine RBI. 2006: Led the NY-Penn League with 24 stolen bases and was T-5th in runs scored with 42. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 06 State College NYP .216 66 241 42 52 8 3 1 21 1 1 2 30 76 *24 4 .286 .307 0 07 Quad Cities Mid .219 43 160 22 35 6 1 1 8 1 1 0 11 35 10 2 .288 .267 5 Palm Beach FSL .236 89 347 43 82 6 5 0 23 5 1 3 33 71 21 7 .282 .307 2 08 Palm Beach FSL .321 31 131 24 42 3 1 1 13 2 1 0 10 18 11 3 .382 .366 3 Springfield Tex .246 45 183 24 45 5 3 2 18 2 2 4 8 35 12 1 .339 .289 2 09 Springfield Tex .255 124 458 69 117 16 6 4 48 6 4 4 71 73 12 7 .343 .358 6 10 Springfield Tex .321 25 84 13 27 6 0 2 12 1 1 0 10 12 0 0 .464 .389 1 Memphis PCL .267 112 408 61 109 12 4 2 34 7 2 3 44 57 8 5 .331 .341 4 Minor League Totals .253 535 2012 298 509 62 23 13 187 25 13 16 217 377 98 29 .326 .329 23

RAPOPORT, James M. (Jim)

OF

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 7/31/84 at Montgomery, AL Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Prattville, AL SCHOOL - Alabama Southern CC HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 37th round selection (1,130th overall) in the June, 2005 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2007: Legally changed last name from Meacham to Rauschenberger...his 11 wins and 26 games started were 5th-most in the Texas League...earned the win in Game 2 of the Texas League championship series, the Cards lone win, by tossing 6.2 innings and allowing a run on five hits while walking three and fanning six. 2006: Combined to go 13-8 with a 3.25 ERA in his first professional season as a starter...led all Cardinals minor leaguers with 13 wins and his 3.25 ERA was 5th lowest...tossed a complete-game, nine-inning shutout on 6/18 vs. Wisconsin in which he allowed three hits...won four of his last five starts at Palm Beach (2.27 ERA). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 05 Johnson City Appy 0-0 9.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 4 2 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 New Jersey NYP 0-2 1.98 11 0 0 0 1 13.2 6 4 3 1 1 8 11 1 0 Quad Cities Mid 2-2 5.47 18 0 0 0 0 24.2 24 17 15 1 1 13 19 4 0 06 Quad Cities Mid 8-5 3.16 17 17 1 1 0 99.2 87 47 35 5 5 29 51 8 0 Palm Beach FSL 5-3 3.45 8 8 0 0 0 47.0 45 23 18 2 2 13 30 1 1 07 Springfield Tex 11-8 4.68 28 26 1 0 0 144.1 148 85 75 16 13 53 79 7 0 08 Memphis PCL 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 5 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Springfield Tex 1-3 6.94 9 3 0 0 1 23.1 30 21 18 3 1 10 21 1 0 09 DID NOT PLAY, ON RESTRICTED LIST 10 Palm Beach FSL 1-1 3.23 22 0 0 0 1 30.2 24 15 11 0 2 4 20 2 0 Minor League Totals 28-24 4.09 117 54 2 1 3 389.1 373 215 177 29 25 134 233 24 1

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 5/10/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 185 Throws - L Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals to a 2008 contract as a non-drafted free agent on 12/15/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 08 DSL Cardinals DSL .174 50 161 15 28 3 5 0 16 0 1 5 22 50 6 2 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .261 71 218 40 57 8 5 5 33 1 1 5 37 72 22 4 10 Johnson City Appy .249 57 169 22 42 12 2 1 14 0 3 3 15 48 1 2 Minor League Totals .232 178 548 77 127 23 12 6 63 1 5 13 74 170 29 8

RAUSCHENBERGER, Cory B.

REYES, Roberto

OF

SLG .255 .413 .361 .350

OBP .291 .379 .316 .334

E 3 7 1 11

Height - 5’11 Bats - L Born - 12/3/88 at Medellin de Bravo, Mexico Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Medellin de Bravo, Mexico HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 1/19/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 07 DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 08 Batavia NYP .291 71 247 21 72 20 0 1 34 1 6 2 09 Palm Beach FSL .251 99 338 27 85 18 3 3 38 0 3 3 10 Palm Beach FSL .250 11 44 4 11 4 1 0 8 0 0 0 Minor League Totals .267 181 629 52 168 42 4 4 80 1 9 5

RIVERA, Angel F. (Francisco)

1B

BB SO SB CS 23 37 20 52 2 7 45 96 3 2 1 6 5 1 0 6

SLG OBP .385 .349 .386 .366 .349 .297 .283 .317

E 5 4 0 9
MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6’3 Bats - L Born - 5/17/88 at Southlake, TX Weight - 212 Throws - R Resides - Nashville, TN SCHOOL - Vanderbilt University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 41st round selection (1,249th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named a New York-Penn League All-Star...did not allow a run in his final six appearances (6 G, 8.2 IP, 4 H, 8 K)...led NY-P League in lowest BA for relievers (.151) and fewest base runners/9 IP ratio (6.46). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 Batavia NYP 2-0 2.05 20 0 0 0 2 30.2 16 8 7 2 1 5 43 4 0 Minor League Totals 2-0 2.05 20 0 0 0 2 30.2 16 8 7 2 1 5 43 4 0

REID, Michael C. (Chase)

RHP

Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 9/14/90 at Santiago, DR Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Las Charcas, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals to a 2009 contract as a non-drafted free agent on 11/25/08. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 1-0 4.50 9 0 0 0 0 10.0 5 9 5 0 4 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 3-1 3.74 14 3 0 0 1 33.2 34 20 14 0 3 Minor League Totals 4-1 3.92 23 3 0 0 1 43.2 39 29 19 0 7

RODRIGUEZ, Delvi J.

LHP

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

BB 11 24 35

SO 4 41 45

WP BK 6 0 6 3 12 3

Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 7/16/88 at Grove City, PA Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Grove City, PA SCHOOL - University of Louisville HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 49th round selection (1,489th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 10 Johnson City Appy 4-2 4.84 16 0 0 0 1 22.1 24 16 12 3 1 5 Minor League Totals 4-2 4.84 16 0 0 0 1 22.1 24 16 12 3 1 5

REVESZ, Robert M. (Bob)

LHP

SO 17 17

WP BK 1 0 1 0

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 8/21/89 at San Juan, PR Weight - 205 Throws - R Resides - San Juan, PR SCHOOL - Manatee (FL) Community College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 17th round selection (519th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Tied for third in homers (12) in the New York-Penn League...ranked fifth among Cardinals minor leaguers in slugging percentage (.500)...led NY-P League in grounded into double plays (11). 2009: Led all Cardinals minor leaguers in on base percentage (.421), ranked 5th in batting average (.309) and 3rd in OPS (.858). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .351 30 97 12 34 8 1 0 15 0 0 2 18 14 3 0 .454 .462 Johnson City Appy .250 24 68 9 17 5 0 2 7 0 0 1 11 18 1 1 .412 .363 10 Batavia NYP .258 69 244 46 63 13 5 12 40 1 4 3 28 56 3 2 .500 .337 Minor League Totals .279 123 409 67 114 26 6 14 62 1 4 6 57 88 7 3 .474 .372

RODRIGUEZ, Jonathan

1B/3B

E 0 3 10 13

Height - 5’9 Bats - S Born - 7/25/90 at Valverde, DR Weight - 150 Throws - R Resides - Mao, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/21/10. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked 10th out of Cardinals minor leaguers in batting average (.301) and third in stolen bases...led the DSL team in hits (68) runs (43) total bases (83) games (65) at bats (226) and stolen bases. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 10 DSL Cardinals DSL .301 65 226 43 68 8 2 1 20 4 1 1 25 26 21 3 .367 .372 10 Minor League Totals .301 65 226 43 68 8 2 1 20 4 1 1 25 26 21 3 .367 .372 10

REYES, Robelys

SS

264

265

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’3 Bats - S Born - 2/2/88 at Havana, Cuba Weight - 232 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/25/07. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Batted .330 (38-115) with runners in scoring position. 2007: Batted .273 (12-for-44) and tied for the team high with six RBI in Instructional League...first name is pronounced REE-day. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .329 41 143 19 47 9 0 0 28 0 1 3 8 32 7 4 .392 .374 3 Johnson City Appy .333 5 15 1 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 .400 .412 0 09 Quad Cities Mid .222 54 198 16 44 9 1 2 19 0 1 3 7 51 3 0 .308 .258 2 Batavia NYP .311 42 167 18 52 10 4 3 30 0 0 1 6 34 1 0 .473 .339 1 10 Quad Cities Mid .274 72 274 34 75 15 1 5 45 0 0 3 18 61 4 5 .391 .325 1 Palm Beach FSL .266 32 109 6 29 6 0 0 10 1 0 0 7 16 0 1 .321 .310 3 Minor League Totals .278 246 906 94 252 50 6 10 133 1 2 11 47 195 15 10 .380 .321 10

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
OF
Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 5/29/90 at Lee’s Summit, MO Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Lee’s Summit, MO SCHOOL - Cowley County (KS) Community College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 21st round selection (639th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 4-1 4.88 14 0 0 0 0 24.0 25 17 13 0 4 10 10 Johnson City Appy 3-0 2.25 10 6 0 0 1 32.0 23 10 8 1 2 7 Minor League Totals 7-1 3.37 24 6 0 0 1 56.0 48 27 21 1 6 17

RODRIGUEZ, Ryde A.

ROSENTHAL, Trevor J.

RHP

SO 26 30 56

WP BK 3 1 0 1 3 2

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 2/16/88 at Calabozo, VZ Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Calabozo, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/3/06. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 06 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-1 6.46 10 1 0 0 1 15.1 20 14 11 07 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-6 4.74 17 9 0 0 2 62.2 80 42 33 08 Johnson City Appy 2-2 4.03 21 0 0 0 6 22.1 28 12 10 Quad Cities Mid 1-0 3.24 8 0 0 0 0 8.1 11 4 3 09 Palm Beach FSL 0-1 7.71 8 2 0 0 0 16.1 24 17 14 Quad Cities Mid 1-5 4.27 10 10 0 0 0 52.2 59 29 25 10 Quad Cities Mid 4-8 5.30 29 19 0 0 0 108.2 121 82 64 Minor League Totals 9-23 5.03 103 41 0 0 9 286.1 343 200 160

RONDON, Jorge

RHP

HR 1 5 1 0 1 7 6 21

HB BB SO 4 6 12 7 18 27 2 8 21 1 3 5 0 10 11 2 13 37 13 65 76 29 123 189

WP BK 3 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 7 0 18 4

Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 7/27/89 at Camden, AR Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Bearden, AR SCHOOL - Camden Harmony Grove (AR) HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 49th round selection (1,427th overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in ERA (6th, 2.93), opponents BA (4th, .192), K/9IP (6th, 8.95) and WHIP (T8th, 1.17)...his ERA ranked ninth in the New York-Penn League...led NY-P League in opponent batting average (.192). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 07 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 3.86 8 0 0 0 0 7.0 7 3 3 0 1 12 8 0 0 08 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-1 7.43 13 1 0 0 0 13.1 13 12 11 0 5 21 10 4 0 09 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-3 4.98 7 5 0 0 0 21.2 20 15 12 0 1 17 27 1 0 Johnson City Appy 0-0 1.89 6 2 0 0 0 19.0 8 5 4 1 0 11 22 3 0 10 Batavia NYP 3-3 2.93 14 12 0 0 0 61.1 41 22 20 2 3 31 61 5 0 Minor League Totals 3-7 3.68 48 20 0 0 0 122.1 89 57 50 3 10 92 128 13 0

RUSSELL, Ronald Z. (Zach)

RHP

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 3/29/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Sabana Perdida, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/4/06. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named the Cardinals Minor League Player of the Month for August (.300, 27 G, 9 2B, 7 HR, 23 RBI)...tied for New York-Penn League lead with three intentional walks. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 06 DSL Cardinals DSL .218 40 87 12 19 4 0 1 9 0 1 3 12 26 3 2 .299 .330 07 GCL Cardinals GCL .096 28 52 4 5 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 6 26 1 0 .154 .203 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .243 51 169 34 41 12 2 5 20 0 1 5 26 50 9 7 .426 .358 09 Johnson City Appy .272 36 125 20 34 12 1 1 14 0 0 3 12 35 3 5 .408 .350 10 Batavia NYP .321 25 78 13 25 4 0 2 9 0 1 0 9 23 0 1 .449 .386 Quad Cities Mid .263 39 137 27 36 11 3 7 22 0 2 3 26 37 4 2 .540 .387 Minor League Totals .247 219 648 110 160 44 7 16 76 0 5 15 91 197 20 17 .410 .350

ROSARIO, Rainel

OF

E 2 0 3 6 0 1 12

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 12/30/88 at Cerritos, CA Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Norwalk, CA SCHOOL - University of San Diego HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 26th round selection (799th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led the team in doubles (19) and tied for 3rd in the New York-Penn League. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 Batavia NYP .291 57 213 36 62 19 1 3 31 1 1 8 22 42 2 3 Minor League Totals .291 57 213 36 62 19 1 3 31 1 1 8 22 42 2 3

SANCHEZ, Victor M.

1B

SLG OBP .432 .377 .432 .377

E 2 2

266

267

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 5’10 Bats - S Born - 12/31/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 168 Throws - R Resides - Santo Cristobal, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 10/29/09. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led the GCL team in games played (47) and triples (4). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 09 DSL Rays DSL .227 8 22 7 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .285 47 151 28 43 6 4 0 13 0 0 8 Johnson City Appy .400 2 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Minor League Totals .281 57 178 35 50 6 4 0 16 0 0 11

RODRIGUEZ, Starlin J.

IF

BB SO SB CS 5 7 3 1 9 32 14 5 1 0 0 0 15 39 17 6

SLG .227 .377 .400 .360

OBP .433 .357 .500 .373

E 1 7 0 8

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 11/30/89 at Cagua, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Cagua, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/2/06. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Led the Appy League in walks (34) and led the team in games played (60) and doubles (19). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG 07 GCL Cardinals GCL .190 43 137 13 26 3 2 0 13 4 2 2 9 26 4 2 .241 08 DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 09 Johnson City Appy .134 32 97 8 13 2 0 5 17 0 2 0 9 34 0 0 .309 10 Johnson City Appy .256 60 219 30 56 19 0 3 30 0 1 2 34 45 1 0 .384 Minor League Totals .210 135 453 51 95 24 2 8 60 4 5 4 52 105 5 2 .325

RUIZ, Romulo

SS/3B

OBP .247 .204 .359 .294

E 12 3 21 36

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 8/1/90 at San Pedro de Macoris, DR Weight - 155 Throws - R Resides - El Seibo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 1/29/09. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Tied for the team lead in wins (4). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-2 3.10 15 6 0 0 3 49.1 44 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 4-0 3.15 12 4 0 0 0 34.1 29 Minor League Totals 6-2 3.12 27 10 0 0 3 83.2 73

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’5 Bats - L Born - 7/20/89 at Buffalo, NY Weight - 190 Throws - L Resides - Wellington, FL SCHOOL - Palm Beach Community College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 41st round selection (1,235th overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 08 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 1.38 7 2 0 0 0 13.0 3 3 2 0 1 3 09 Batavia NYP 1-0 3.86 10 4 0 0 2 28.0 30 14 12 4 5 11 10 Batavia NYP 0-1 7.29 7 4 0 0 0 21.0 24 17 17 1 3 16 Johnson City Appy 4-3 1.93 7 5 0 0 0 32.2 28 12 7 3 4 6 Minor League Totals 5-4 3.61 31 15 0 0 2 94.2 85 46 38 8 13 36

SANTANA, Michael J.

SIEGRIST, Kevin R.

LHP

R 22 13 35

ER 17 12 29

HR 2 3 5

HB 1 0 1

BB 16 4 20

SO 40 32 72

WP BK 3 0 0 0 3 0

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 9/23/87 at Whittier, CA Weight - 220 Throws - R Resides - Poway, CA SCHOOL - University of Nevada Las Vegas HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 19th round selection (575th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named Florida State League Player of the Week (5/31-6/6) as he batted .438 (7-16) with 4 homers and 8 RBI...named a FSL All-Star...ranked in the Top 10 of Cardanals minor leaguers in home runs (3rd, 21), RBI (4th, 74) and slugging percentage (T9th, .472)...his homer total tied for fourth in the FSL. 2009: Named Midwest Player of the Week (8/3-9) in his first week in the league batting .556 (15-27) with 4 HR and 15 RBI including a 5-for-6 game at BUR (8/9) and a 5-RBI game vs. CR (8/5)...Hit 14 home runs between Batavia and Quad Cities to rank T-5th among Cardinals minor leaguers...Also ranked T9th with 59 RBI and 10th in walks (44). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 08 Batavia NYP .219 61 215 23 47 17 0 6 33 0 2 5 19 68 0 1 .381 .295 12 09 Batavia NYP .324 41 145 21 34 7 0 7 26 0 1 4 21 48 1 1 .428 .345 5 Quad Cities Mid .295 34 129 17 38 7 1 7 33 0 0 2 23 43 2 1 .527 .409 9 10 Palm Beach FSL .269 87 316 42 85 18 1 13 53 0 3 8 30 107 3 0 .456 .345 7 Springfield Tex .245 33 110 16 27 6 0 8 21 0 0 2 10 36 0 0 .518 .320 3 Minor League Totals .252 256 915 119 231 55 2 41 166 0 6 21 103 302 6 1 .451 .340 36

SCRUGGS, Xavier L.

1B

Height - 5’10 Bats - R Born - 9/9/86 at the Netherlands Antilles Weight - 205 Throws - R Resides - Curacao, Netherlands SCHOOL - University of Maine HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 39th round selection (1,175th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named a Texas League All-Star. 2009: Ranked 8th in the Florida State League in batting...Led Palm Beach in the triple crown categories (.286, 10 HR, 56 RBI)...Was 7th among Cardinals minor leaguers in hits (126) and 4th in RBI (65)...Played for the upstart Netherlands team in the 2009 World Baseball Classic. Appeared in four games and was 0-for-5. 2008: Named Appalachian League Player of the Year...won the Appy League batting title...his .418 OBP was tops in Appy...his 49 RBI were tied for tops in the league...was Appy League Player of the Week for 7/15-21...named to the Topps ShortSeason/Rookie All-Star Team. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 08 Johnson City Appy *.378 47 193 34 73 14 1 8 49 0 1 3 11 36 3 4 .585 *.418 5 Quad Cities Mid .244 11 45 6 11 4 0 0 10 0 1 1 0 11 0 0 .333 .255 2 09 Palm Beach FSL .286 94 371 44 106 15 3 10 56 1 6 6 15 67 1 3 .423 .319 8 Springfield Tex .308 24 65 13 20 2 1 2 9 0 0 2 3 9 0 0 .462 .357 3 10 Springfield Tex .279 84 319 39 89 19 2 9 46 0 4 2 15 62 2 1 .436 .312 10 Minor League Totals .301 260 993 136 299 54 7 29 170 1 12 14 44 185 6 8 .457 .336 28

SMITH, Curt S.

1B

Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 9/30/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 165 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/7/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-0 8.04 12 1 0 0 1 15.2 7 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 0-1 3.27 4 2 0 0 0 11.0 10 Minor League Totals 2-1 6.07 16 3 0 0 1 26,2 17

SEGUNDO, Jefferson J.

RHP

R 15 11 26

ER 14 4 18

HR 0 0 0

HB 4 0 4

BB 25 13 38

SO 17 14 31

WP BK 17 1 13 0 30 1

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 3/23/88 at Provo, UT Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Pleasant Grove, UT SCHOOL - Utah Valley University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 36th round selection (1,089th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO 09 Johnson City Appy 1-1 3.70 7 3 0 0 0 24.1 18 12 10 5 1 7 37 Batavia NYP 0-3 4.50 7 3 0 0 0 20.0 17 12 10 1 3 8 27 10 Quad Cities Mid 7-2 3.25 29 7 0 0 0 80.1 72 31 29 5 4 26 102 Minor League Totals 8-6 3.54 43 13 0 0 0 124.2 107 55 49 11 8 41 166

SMITH, Justin H.

RHP

WP BK 3 0 5 0 8 0 16 0

268

269

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 6/7/88 at San Diego, CA Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Fallbrook, CA SCHOOL - St. Mary’s (CA) College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 20th round selection (609th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named Cardinals minor league Pitcher-of-the-Month for April posting a 2-0 record with a 0.39 ERA in 23.0 IP striking out 22... named a Midwest League All-Star...ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in innings pitched (T9th, 137.2), strikeouts (5th, 115) and WHIP (7th, 1.14). 2009: Named Cardinals minor league Pitcher-of-the-Month for July posting a 1-0 record with an 0.83 ERA in 21.1 IP, 6 BB and 27 K...Ranked in the Top 10 among Cardinals minor leaguers in strikeout/walk ratio posting 2nd best total at 5.85 (76 K/13 BB) and 2nd in WHIP at 0.91. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 Batavia NYP 2-0 0.92 12 5 0 0 1 39.1 25 8 4 0 2 8 47 1 0 Quad Cities Mid 1-3 3.45 5 5 1 0 0 31.1 26 17 12 3 2 5 29 3 0 10 Quad Cities Mid 5-2 3.11 14 8 1 0 2 63.2 40 25 22 3 3 18 65 5 0 Palm Beach FSL 3-7 3.77 13 13 1 0 0 74.0 77 31 31 5 3 22 50 6 0 Minor League Totals 11-12 2.98 44 31 3 0 3 208.1 168 81 69 11 10 53 191 15 0

SCHNEIDER, Scott E.

RHP

SO 11 23 14 31 79

WP BK 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 6 0

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 1/29/87 at Baton Rouge, LA Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Zachary, LA SCHOOL - College of Charleston HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 40th round selection (1,209th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Ranked 7th among Cardinals minor leaguers in WHIP (1.01). YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO 09 Johnson City Appy 3-0 1.24 8 4 0 0 0 29.0 18 5 4 1 2 7 28 Batavia NYP 0-1 2.78 7 3 0 0 0 22.2 17 7 7 0 0 10 30 10 Quad Cities Mid 3-2 2.87 36 0 0 0 4 59.2 44 21 19 3 1 28 68 Palm Beach FSL 2-1 4.05 10 0 0 0 0 13.1 14 7 6 0 1 7 11 Minor League Totals 8-4 2.60 61 7 0 0 4 124.2 93 40 36 4 4 52 137

SIMPSON, Jesse L.

RHP

WP BK 3 0 3 0 6 0 1 0 13 0

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 10/6/87 at Eastman, GA Weight - 200 Throws - R Resides - Eastman, GA SCHOOL - Middle Georgia College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 14th round selection (429th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 09 Johnson City Appy .190 61 184 28 35 11 1 6 16 0 0 10 17 70 9 1 10 Palm Beach FSL .077 4 13 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 7 0 1 Batavia NYP .222 10 18 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 6 0 0 Quad Cities Mid .189 30 95 16 18 5 0 0 4 0 0 2 9 37 2 0 Minor Leaguer Totals .187 105 310 48 58 16 1 6 21 2 0 12 30 120 11 2

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
OF
Height - 5’9 Bats - R Born - 8/20/87 at Greensboro, NC Weight - 174 Throws - R Resides - Summerfield, NC SCHOOL - Northeast Guilford (NC) HS HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a minor league free agent on 1/25/10. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Utility player utilized as a knuckleball pitcher, converted to a pitcher full-time in 2008. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 07 Missoula Pio 1-0 4.95 13 0 0 0 0 36.1 39 26 20 0 4 19 08 Yakima NW 5-7 5.29 14 14 0 0 0 78.1 77 52 46 7 4 45 Tucson PCL 0-1 21.00 1 1 0 0 0 3.0 7 7 7 1 1 5 09 South Bend Mid 0-0 17.18 2 0 0 0 0 3.2 5 7 7 1 0 4 Mobile Sou 0-1 7.20 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 5 4 4 1 0 4 Yakima Nor 3-1 7.07 14 1 0 0 0 35.2 49 32 28 2 1 19 10 Batavia NYP 2-1 4.96 18 0 0 0 1 32.2 38 21 18 0 2 26 Minor League Totals 11-11 6.01 63 17 0 0 1 194.2 220 149 130 12 12 122 YR 05 06 CLUB Missoula Missoula Yakima 07 Missoula 09 Mobile 10 Batavia Minor League Totals LG Pio Pio NW Pio Sou NYP AVG .182 .200 .143 .227 .500 .000 .193 G 12 7 10 9 1 2 41 AB 11 20 28 22 2 0 83 R 1 5 2 1 0 1 10 H 2 4 4 5 1 0 16 2B 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 7 BB SO SB CS 2 3 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 10 1 1 2 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 9 20 2 4

SMITH, Ross A.

SUMMERS, Houston L.

RHP

SLG .359 .077 .222 .242 .303

OBP .294 .143 .333 .274 .284

E 3 0 1 1 5

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 3/12/87 at Baltimore, MD Weight - 210 Throws - R Resides - Willow Street, PA SCHOOL - Towson University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 25th round selection (759th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB 09 Batavia NYP 4-1 1.37 20 0 0 0 1 26.1 21 5 4 0 1 6 Minor League Totals 4-1 1.37 20 0 0 0 1 26.1 21 5 4 0 1 6
MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

SQUATRITO, Joshua J. (Josh)

RHP

SO 12 34 6 5 3 18 20 98 SLG .273 .250 .179 .273 .500 .000 .241

WP BK 3 0 6 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 4 0 22 1 OBP .308 .407 .226 .320 .500 1.000 .323 E 0 0 2 4 0 0 3

SO 35 35

WP BK 0 0 0 0

Height - 5’10 Bats - L Born - 12/21/88 at Clinton, NC Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Clinton. NC SCHOOL - UNC-Wilmington HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 4th round selection (139th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Was a first-team All Colonial League selection as he batted .323 with 9 doubles and 23 RBI at NCWilmington...Threw out 56.5% of would-be base stealers (13-23) and would have ranked fourth in minor league baseball, but did not qualify...was named an Appy League All-Star...ranked second among Cardinals minor leaguers in batting average (.319). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 10 Johnson City Appy .321 53 209 34 67 12 5 5 39 0 3 1 21 30 8 1 .498 .380 2 Quad Cities Mid .250 2 4 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1.000 .200 0 Minor League Totals .319 55 213 35 68 12 5 6 41 0 4 1 21 32 8 1 .507 .377 2

STANLEY, Cody F.

C

Height - 5’11 Bats - L Born - 2/26/88 at Lakenheath, United Kingdom Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Palm Bay, FL SCHOOL - Florida State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 8th round selection (249th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Was the captain of Florida State University team junior year. Batted .444 (4-9) with a home run (game-tying three-run home run vs. Stanford) and four RBI in College World Series during sophomore year. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 09 Quad Cities Mid .261 56 211 23 55 17 2 1 22 4 1 3 18 48 2 3 .374 .326 10 Quad Cities Mid .270 62 233 40 63 18 2 5 42 0 5 4 32 60 4 6 .429 .361 Minor League Totals .266 118 444 63 118 35 4 6 64 4 6 7 50 108 6 9 .403 .345

STIDHAM, Jason D.

2B/SS

Height - 6’1 Bats - S Born - 7/14/89 at Sachse, TX Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Sachse, TX SCHOOL - Arizona State University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 2nd round selection (75th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Played for the Surprise Rafters in the Arizona Fall League (0-1, 3.60 ERA, 5.0 IP)...named the ninthbest prospect in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America...named ‘Best Curveball’ in the Cardinals system by BA’s Best Tools Survey...was first-team All-PAC Ten and named a finalist for the 2010 Stopper of the Year Award...registered a 2.05 ERA with 39 strikeouts in 32.1 IP and set the single season saves record (14) for Arizona State. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 2011 WILL BE HIS FIRST PROFESSIONAL SEASON

SWAGERTY, Matthew J. (Jordan)

RHP

E 12 10 22

Height - 6’0 Bats - L Born - 8/11/86 at Tampa, FL Weight - 200 Throws - L Resides - Odessa, FL SCHOOL - The Citadel HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 26th round selection (785th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Finished ranked in the Top 10 among Cardinals minor leaguers in runs (7th, 63), hits (10th, 113), doubles (3rd, 29), triples (T-4th, 6), RBI (T-6th, 63) and slugging (6th, .463). 2008: Had 6 RBI in the postseason, 2nd-most in the NY-Penn League behind teammate Edwin Gomez (7). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 08 Batavia NYP .291 50 179 28 52 9 1 7 34 1 2 5 12 42 0 0 .469 .348 3 09 Quad Cities Mid .296 31 115 28 34 10 2 4 22 0 0 2 9 23 2 1 .522 .357 1 Palm Beach FSL .273 87 289 35 79 19 4 7 41 1 2 6 14 45 4 2 .439 .318 3 10 Palm Beach FSL .294 39 160 22 47 13 1 4 26 1 3 3 13 24 5 5 .463 .352 2 Springfield Tex .266 47 154 18 41 4 2 5 22 0 0 1 10 44 0 0 .416 .315 2 Minor League Totals .282 254 897 131 253 55 10 27 145 3 7 17 58 178 11 8 .456 .335 11

SWAUGER, Christopher R. (Chris)

OF

270

271

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 9/24/89 at Douglas, GA Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Douglas, GA SCHOOL - Coffee HS (GA) HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 12th round selection (365th overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2009: Made only one error in 80 total chances (.988 fielding percentage) with five outfield assists. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .192 29 99 11 19 4 1 0 5 0 0 2 11 30 6 2 .253 09 Johnson City Mid .338 21 74 18 25 4 1 3 14 0 1 1 11 17 6 1 .541 Batavia NYP .196 23 92 13 18 5 1 0 9 4 1 0 11 24 4 1 .272 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .063 9 16 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 3 2 1 .063 Quad Cities Mid .222 49 171 27 38 5 4 3 22 1 0 3 19 41 6 3 .351 Minor League Totals .223 131 452 71 101 18 7 6 51 5 3 6 55 115 24 8 .334

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
OF
Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 6/19/92 at Puerto Plata, DR Weight - 180 Throws - L Resides - Sosua, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/15/08. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in batting average (T5th, .303) and slugging percentage (7th, .485)...named an Appy League All-Star...ranked third in the TL in batting average (.322), tied for fourth in RBI (43) and fifth in slugging (.526)...hit .362 (42-116) in July, his first month at JC, with 8 doubles, 6 homers and 28 RBI in 28 games. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 09 DSL Cardinals DSL .257 65 237 35 61 13 8 1 42 0 4 3 28 36 9 4 .392 .338 4 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .167 7 30 1 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 5 1 0 .200 .194 1 Johnson City Appy .322 53 211 39 68 13 3 8 43 0 3 3 12 41 8 5 .526 .362 6 Minor League Totals .280 125 478 75 134 27 11 9 87 0 7 6 41 82 18 9 .439 .340 11

SWINSON, Michael C.

TAVERAS, Oscar F.

OF

OBP .286 .425 .279 .200 .311 .314

E 3 0 1 0 3 7

Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 2/6/88 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 198 Throws - R Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 4/4/06. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER 06 DSL Cardinals DSL 1-0 2.17 15 6 0 0 3 37.1 35 15 9 07 DSL Cardinals DSL 3-3 3.34 21 4 0 0 7 59.1 51 31 22 08 Batavia NYP 4-2 3.86 15 9 0 0 0 53.2 59 28 23 09 Quad Cities Mid 3-4 4.90 33 8 0 0 0 82.2 89 52 45 10 Palm Beach FSL 0-1 4.50 9 0 0 0 0 10.0 9 5 5 Minor League Totals 11-10 3.85 93 27 0 0 10 243.0 243 131 104

TAPIA, Miguel A.

RHP

HR 1 1 4 4 1 11

HB BB SO 2 21 31 6 29 57 5 28 36 5 41 63 2 5 12 20 124 199

WP BK 7 0 7 1 7 2 5 1 1 0 27 4

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 12/17/87 at Fontana, CA Weight - 205 Throws - R Resides - Alta Loma, CA SCHOOL - California State University at Los Angeles HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 19th round selection (579th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led the entire minor leagues with a caught stealing percentage of 58.6 (17 CS-29 SB ATT). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG 09 Johnson City Appy .183 26 82 10 15 2 0 1 8 0 0 1 7 18 0 1 .244 10 Palm Beach FSL .333 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .333 Johnson City Appy .259 30 108 13 28 6 1 3 19 0 0 0 9 25 0 0 .417 Minor League Totals .228 57 193 23 44 8 1 4 27 0 0 1 16 44 0 1 .342

TARTAMELLA, Travis S.

C

Height - 5’11 Bats - R Born - 12/28/86 at Pine Bluff, AR Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Rison, AR SCHOOL - Southern Arkansas University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 42nd round selection (1,269th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Tied for fifth among Cardinals minor leaguers in appearances (51) and fourth in saves (15)...his appearances total was 4th in the Midwest League. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 09 Johnson City Appy 6-0 2.08 21 0 0 0 6 26.0 16 7 6 2 1 9 36 3 0 Batavia NYP 0-0 18.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 6 5 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 Quad Cities Mid 5-4 3.90 51 0 0 0 15 55.1 55 25 24 5 0 22 55 6 0 Minor League Totals 11-4 3.67 74 0 0 0 21 83.1 77 37 34 8 1 31 92 9 0

TERRY, Aaron D.

RHP

OBP .256 .333 .316 .290

E 2 0 2 4

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 1/3/92 at Puerto Plata, DR Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - Puerto Plata, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 10/28/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 1-2 2.81 13 4 0 0 3 41.2 38 17 Minor League Totals 1-2 2.81 13 4 0 0 3 41.2 38 17

TORIBIO, Arturo

RHP

ER 13 13

HR 0 0

HB 3 3

BB 14 14

SO 41 41

WP BK 3 2 3 2

272

273

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

Height - 5'11 Bats - R Born - 5/21/90 at Santiago, DR Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Santiago, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/25/08. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 4-2 3.65 14 6 0 0 1 49.1 41 10 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-0 1.87 10 5 0 0 0 33.2 31 Minor League Totals 6-2 2.93 24 11 0 0 1 83.0 72

TAPIA, Angel A.

RHP

R 29 12 41

ER 20 7 27

HR 1 0 1

HB 6 2 8

BB 24 15 39

SO 32 29 61

WP BK 7 0 3 0 10 0

Height - 6’1 Bats - L Born - 7/23/89 at Maracay, VZ Weight - 168 Throws - R Resides - Maracay, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/6/06. CAREER NOTES - 2010: His batting average (.303) ranked seventh in the Appy League and tied for fifth among Cardinals minor leaguers. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 06 VSL Cardinals VSL .245 56 163 14 40 8 0 1 15 1 0 1 22 29 2 1 .313 .339 7 07 VSL Cardinals VSL .267 69 243 32 65 15 0 1 24 5 1 2 47 38 5 4 .342 .389 27 08 GCL Cardinals GCL .232 26 56 9 13 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 12 7 0 0 .232 .377 4 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .384 25 86 16 33 8 0 0 11 0 0 1 6 8 2 2 .477 .430 4 Johnson City Appy .245 32 98 12 24 7 0 0 14 0 1 1 15 11 0 1 .316 .348 6 10 Johnson City Appy .303 45 178 21 54 14 1 1 23 0 1 0 12 26 1 0 .410 .346 6 Minor League Totals .278 253 824 104 229 52 1 3 90 7 3 6 114 119 10 8 .354 .369 54

TERAN, Kleininger

3B

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’3 Bats - R Born - 10/19/92 at San Mateo, CA Weight - 195 Throws - R Resides - San Mateo, CA SCHOOL - Aragon HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 3rd round selection (106th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - MISC: Named pronounced TOO-ee-vahl-lah-la. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .178 42 129 23 23 4 0 2 9 1 1 2 29 35 0 4 Minor League Totals .178 42 129 23 23 4 0 2 9 1 1 2 29 35 0 4

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
SS
Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 6/19/92 at Puerto Plata, DR Weight - 180 Throws - L Resides - Sosua, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/15/08. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .242 54 186 32 45 10 2 1 21 1 3 8 10 Johnson City Appy .214 55 192 32 41 4 0 0 13 2 2 2 Minor League Totals .228 109 378 64 86 14 2 1 34 3 5 10

TUIVAILALA, Samuel J. (Sam)

VALERA, Cesar A.

SS

SLG OBP .256 .335 .256 .335

E 11 11

BB 10 17 27

SO SB CS 55 8 3 58 5 2 113 13 5

SLG .333 .234 .283

OBP .304 .282 .293

E 18 21 39

Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 3/17/91 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 185 Throws - R Resides - El Hatillo, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 1/27/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-2 6.48 14 1 0 0 0 25.0 31 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 2-6 3.86 13 13 0 0 0 63.0 64 Minor League Totals 3-8 4.60 27 14 0 0 0 88.0 95

ULACIO, Ramon E.

RHP

R 21 34 55

ER 18 27 45

HR 3 3 6

HB 2 5 7

BB 11 10 21

SO 19 38 57

WP BK 6 2 3 0 9 2

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 7/16/91 at Caripito, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Maturin, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 11/21/08. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 08 VSL Cardinals VSL .231 12 26 5 6 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 09 VSL Cardinals VSL .264 52 163 22 43 7 4 1 13 0 0 7 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .239 34 88 17 21 7 2 0 15 3 2 3 Minor League Totals .253 98 277 44 70 14 6 1 30 4 2 10

VARGAS, Ildemaro

2B/SS

BB 3 20 8 31

SO SB CS 3 1 0 29 9 8 10 2 3 42 12 11

SLG .231 .374 .364 .357

OBP .310 .368 .317 .347

E 4 9 6 19

Height - 6’4 Bats - L Born - 5/17/89 at Santo Domingo, DR Weight - 200 Throws - L Resides - Santo Domingo, DR HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 12/15/07. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R 08 DID NOT PITCH DUE TO INJURY 09 DSL Cardinals DSL 2-3 5.89 7 4 0 0 0 18.1 23 15 10 GCL Cardinals GCL 3-2 3.51 11 8 0 0 0 48.2 54 32 Minor League Totals 5-5 4.16 18 12 0 0 0 67.0 77 47

ER 12 19 31

HR 0 1 1

HB 2 1 3

BB 14 15 29

SO 20 37 57

WP BK 1 6 7 0 *5 5

Height - 5’10 Bats - R Born - 4/2/88 at Valencia, CA Weight - 180 Throws - R Resides - Valencia, CA SCHOOL - UC-Santa Barbara HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 34th round selection (1,039th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 Batavia NYP .186 48 172 19 32 6 1 1 16 2 1 2 14 23 5 2 Minor League Totals .186 48 172 19 32 6 1 1 16 2 1 2 14 23 5 2

VALAIKA, Matt A.

2B

E 9 2 24 10 9 10 64

SLG OBP .250 .254 .250 .254

E 4 4

Height - 5’11 Bats - S Born - 8/1/92 at Montalban, VZ Weight - 160 Throws - R Resides - Montalban, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/16/10. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked 6th in the VSL in batting average (.325), 5th in hits (69), 4th in slugging percentage (.472), 3rd in extra-base hits (23) and second in triples (6)...his batting average topped all Cardinals minor leaguers and he finished in the Top 10 in triples (T2nd, 6), slugging percentage (T9th, .472), on-base percentage (7th, .402) and on-base plus slugging (5th, .873). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 10 VSL Cardinals VSL .325 60 212 40 69 16 6 1 22 4 3 5 24 15 10 3 .472 .402 13 Minor League Totals .325 60 212 40 69 16 6 1 22 4 3 5 24 15 10 3 .472 .402 13

VALERA, Bryvic J.

2B

Height - 5'11 Bats - R Born - 10/7/91 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Los Teques, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 7/5/08. CAREER NOTES- 2010: Threw out 42.1% (27 CS-64 SB ATT) of would-be base stealers...ranked at the top of the VSL in games played (T1st, 67), tied for 3rd in at bats (233) and ranked 2nd in walks (36). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 09 VSL Cardinals VSL .192 24 73 8 14 7 0 0 10 0 0 0 11 22 0 1 .288 .298 10 VSL Cardinals VSL .270 +67 233 34 63 14 0 5 38 2 0 2 36 41 10 0 .395 .373 Minor League Totals .252 91 306 42 77 21 0 5 48 2 0 2 47 63 1 1 .369 .355

VELAZCO, Gerwuins

C

E 7 10 17

Height - 6’2 Bats - L Born - 1/23/90 at Caracas, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - L Resides - Turmero de Aragua, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/24/09. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 09 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-1 3.86 7 3 0 0 0 16.1 15 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 0-4 7.00 12 7 0 0 0 36.0 36 Minor League Totals 0-5 6.02 19 10 0 0 0 52.1 51

VILLANUEVA, Dail

LHP

R 9 33 42

ER 7 28 35

HR 0 1 1

HB 3 6 9

BB 10 32 42

SO 4 23 27

WP BK 0 1 6 1 6 2

274

275

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

URIBE, Adriano

LHP

Height - 6’0 Bats - R Born - 2/26/89 at Oxnard, CA Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Las Vegas, NV SCHOOL - Durango (NV) HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 3rd round selection (91st overall) in the June, 2008 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Ranked in the Top 10 of Cardinals minor leaguers in doubles (T3rd, 32), RBI (T8th, 70) and walks (3rd, 82). 2008: Ranked in the Appalachian League top 10 in on-base percentage (.416 - 2nd), walks (29 - 4th), runs (42 - 5th) and batting average (.317 - 9th)...rated 13th-best prospect in the Appy League by Baseball America. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 08 Johnson City Appy .317 55 208 42 66 16 1 4 25 3 0 6 29 52 8 2 .462 .416 Quad Cities Mid .128 11 39 6 5 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 4 17 0 0 .154 .205 09 Quad Cities Mid .197 61 208 27 41 6 1 1 14 3 3 2 28 58 2 2 .250 .295 Batavia NYP .209 70 249 19 52 11 2 2 21 0 3 1 26 56 1 1 .293 .283 10 Quad Cities Mid .242 73 252 36 61 17 1 9 42 1 6 5 55 71 1 3 .425 .381 Palm Beach FSL .262 59 206 26 54 15 2 3 28 1 1 1 27 49 0 1 .398 .349 Minor League Totals .240 329 1162 156 279 66 7 19 133 9 14 15 169 303 12 9 .358 .340

VASQUEZ, Ernest (Niko)

SS

MINOR LGE. PLAYERS

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
Height - 6’2 Bats - R Born - 6/8/93 at Caracus, VZ Weight - 170 Throws - R Resides - Los Teques, Miranda, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 5/13/10. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H 10 VSL Cardinals VSL 1-0 7.43 13 1 0 0 1 23.0 30 Minlr League Totals 1-0 7.43 13 1 0 0 1 23.0 30

MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
RHP
Height - 6’4 Bats - S Born - 9/15/89 at Odessa, FL Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Odessa, FL SCHOOL - Middle Georgia College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 10th round selection (319th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Named ‘Fastest Baserunner’ in the Cardinals system by Baseball America’s Best Tools Survey...tied for second among Cardinals minor leaguers in triples (6). YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP E 10 Johnson City Appy .269 44 134 17 36 0 6 1 18 0 1 3 11 55 3 1 .381 .336 3 Minor League Totals .269 44 134 17 36 0 6 1 18 0 1 3 11 55 3 1 .381 .336 3

VILLEGAS, Kender R.

WILLIAMS, Reginald (Reggie)

OF

R 24 24

ER 19 19

HR 2 2

HB 3 3

BB 16 16

SO 8 8

WP BK 0 3 0 3

Height - 5'11 Bats - S Born - 11/8/89 at Jardin, VZ Weight - 155 Throws - R Resides - Jardin, VZ HOW OBTAINED - Signed by the Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 2/14/07. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP 07 VSL Cardinals VSL .265 47 136 24 36 6 0 0 8 5 0 1 08 VSL Cardinals VSL .158 51 114 17 18 1 1 0 8 3 0 4 09 VSL Cardinals VSL .302 17 63 12 19 2 1 0 5 1 0 0 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .000 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Minor League Totals .230 119 317 54 73 9 2 0 21 9 0 5

VIVAS, Wilfred

2B

BB 18 10 7 0 35

SO SB CS 34 4 5 27 3 2 7 3 3 2 0 0 70 10 10

SLG .309 .184 .365 .000 .271

OBP .355 .250 .371 .000 .317

E 15 9 7 1 32

Height - 6’1 Bats - S Born - 9/26/89 at La Jolla, CA Weight - 202 Throws - R Resides - La Jolla, CA SCHOOL - Stanford University HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 13th round selection (409th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS 10 Johnson City Appy .261 6 23 3 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 Batavia NYP .300 24 90 20 27 4 1 2 12 2 2 3 17 14 2 1 Quad Cities Mid .214 28 98 15 21 2 2 2 6 0 0 2 20 20 5 1 Minor League Totals .256 58 211 38 54 6 3 4 20 2 2 5 40 37 7 2

WALSH, Colin

2B

Height - 5’9 Bats - L Born - 8/18/89 at Chesterfield, VA Weight - 175 Throws - L Resides - Chesterfield, VA School- Virginia Polytechnic Institute HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 47th round selection (1,429th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Recorded a career-high 15 strikeouts on 5/27 vs. then #6 Georgia Tech in a complete game 4-hit win at the ACC Championship. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 Batavia NYP 0-0 0.00 5 0 0 0 1 7.2 3 0 0 0 1 2 10 0 0 Minor League Totals 0-0 0.00 5 0 0 0 1 7.2 3 0 0 0 1 2 10 0 0

WRIGHT, Justin

LHP

SLG .261 .433 .337 .370

OBP .346 .420 .358 .384

E 1 4 7 12

Height - 6’5 Bats - L Born - 11/20/90 at San Diego, CA Weight - 200 Throws - L Resides - San Diego, CA SCHOOL - University City (CA) HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 15th round selection (459th overall) in the June, 2009 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Tied for the GCL team lead in doubles (8). 2009: Won a city slam dunk contest while playing basketball in high school. YR CLUB LG AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB SO SB CS SLG OBP 09 GCL Cardinals GCL .165 28 85 3 14 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 6 29 1 0 .165 .228 10 GCL Cardinals GCL .284 33 95 10 27 8 0 2 18 0 0 1 12 27 1 1 .432 .370 Minor League Totals .228 61 180 13 41 8 0 2 23 0 0 2 18 56 2 1 .306 .305

WASHINGTON, David E.

1B/OF

Height - 6'1 Bats - R Born - 5/2/89 at Peru, IL Weight - 190 Throws - R Resides - Peru, IL SCHOOL - La Salle-Peru Township HS HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals' 12th round selection (382nd overall) in the June, 2007 First-Year Player Draft. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB 07 GCL Cardinals GCL 0-0 3.00 2 0 0 0 0 3.0 3 1 1 0 0 08 Johnson City Appy 1-2 7.86 10 5 0 0 0 34.1 44 31 30 4 4 09 Quad Cities Mid 1-3 5.63 8 8 0 0 0 32.0 34 22 20 1 3 10 Palm Beach FSL 7-5 3.82 21 19 0 0 0 108.1 117 52 46 4 9 Minor League Totals 9-10 4.91 41 32 0 0 0 177.2 198 106 97 9 16

ZAWACKI, Brett R.

RHP

BB SO 2 3 14 36 10 22 32 50 58 111

WP BK 1 0 4 0 0 0 4 2 9 2

ORGANIZATIONAL AWARD WINNERS
E 2 1 3 YEAR 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 NAME Mike Gulan, 3B Dmitri Young, INF Brent Butler, INF Pablo Ozuna, INF Adam Kennedy, INF Albert Pujols, 3B Covelli Crisp, OF John Gall, 1B John Gall, 1B Reid Gorecki, OF Travis Hanson, 3B Colby Rasmus, OF Colby Rasmus, OF Daryl Jones, OF Allen Craig, OF Matt Carpenter, 3B

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Height - 6’1 Bats - R Born - 8/20/89 at Oakdale, CA Weight - 175 Throws - R Resides - Oakdale, CA SCHOOL - Centenary College HOW OBTAINED - Cardinals’ 18th round selection (559th overall) in the June, 2010 First-Year Player Draft. CAREER NOTES - 2010: Led all Cardinals minor leaguers in strikeout/walk ratio (13.6) and ranked in the Top 10 in K/9 IP (3rd, 11.33) and WHIP (6th, 1.09)...earned the win in Game 1 of the Appy League Championship Series (6 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 7 K)...strikeout total (68) tied for 5th in the Appy League. YR CLUB LG W-L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB SO WP BK 10 Johnson City Appy 5-3 3.50 13 9 0 0 0 54.0 54 28 21 6 4 5 68 4 0 Minor League Totals 5-3 3.50 13 9 0 0 0 54.0 54 28 21 6 4 5 68 4 0

WHITING, Boone

RHP

TEAM(S) Louisville/Arkansas Louisville Peoria Peoria Memphis Peoria/Potomac Potomac New Haven Tennessee/Memphis Palm Beach/Tenn. Springfield Quad Cities/Palm Beach Springfield Palm Beach/Springfield Memphis Palm Beach/Springfield

YEAR 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

PITCHER OF THE YEAR
NAME Mike Busby, RHP Britt Reames, RHP Cliff Politte, RHP Rick Ankiel, LHP Rick Ankiel, LHP Bud Smith, LHP Jimmy Journell, RHP Tyler Johnson, LHP Dan Haren, RHP Anthony Reyes, RHP Mark Worrell, RHP Blake Hawksworth, RHP P.J. Walters, RHP Jess Todd, RHP Lance Lynn, RHP Shelby Miller, RHP

TEAM(S) Louisville/Arkansas Peoria Prince Wm./Arkansas Peoria/Prince Wm. Arkansas/Memphis Arkansas/Memphis Potomac/New Haven Peoria Tennessee/Memphis Palm Beach/Tenn. Palm Beach Palm Beach/Springfield QC/Palm Beach/Spfd. Palm Beach/Spfd./Mem. Palm Beach/Spfd./Mem. Quad Cities

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Manager, Mike Shildt (center) led the Cardinals Johnson City, rookie level affiliate to the Appalachian League Championship in 2010. Shildt will manage at Johnson City again in 2011 and also serves as the minor league spring training coordinator.

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BATAVIA JOHNSON CITY GCL Cardinals DATE 4/7 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/24 at Wisconsin 6:35 P.M. 4/25

SPRINGFIELD at Frisco 7:00 P.M. at Frisco 7:00 P.M. at Frisco 7:00 P.M. at Midland 4:00 P.M. at Midland 6:30 P.M. at Midland 11:00 A.M.

MINOR LEAGUE SchEdULES

vs Frisco 7:07 P.M. vs. Frisco 7:07 P.M. vs. Frisco 2:07 P.M. vs. Midland 4:07 P.M. vs. Midland 7:07 P.M vs. Midland 12:07 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M.

MEMPHIS DAY, DATE vs. Oklahoma City THU, 4/7 7:05 P.M. vs. Oklahoma City FRI, 4/8 7:05 P.M. vs. Oklahoma City SAT, 4/9 6:05 P.M. SUN, 4/10 vs. Oklahoma City 1:35 P.M. MON, 4/11 vs. New Orleans 7:05 P.M. vs. New Orleans TUE, 4/12 7:05 P.M. WED, 4/13 vs. New Orleans 7:05 P.M. vs. New Orleans THU, 4/14 1:05 P.M. at Iowa FRI, 4/15 7:05 P.M. at Iowa SAT, 4/16 7:05 P.M. at Iowa SUN, 4/17 1:05 P.M. at Iowa MON, 4/18 12:05 P.M. at Omaha TUE, 4/19 6:35 P.M. at Omaha WED, 4/20 11:05 A.M. at Omaha THU, 4/21 6:35 P.M. at Omaha FRI, 4/22 7:05 P.M. vs. Iowa SAT, 4/23 6:05 P.M. vs. Iowa SUN, 4/24 1:35 P.M. vs. Iowa MON, 4/25 7:05 P.M.

vs. NW Arkansas 7:07 P.M.

PALM BEACH at St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. at St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. vs. St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. vs. St. Lucie 4:00 P.M. vs. Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Jupiter 5:30 P.M. at Jupiter 5:30 P.M. at Jupiter 5:30 P.M. at Charlotte 12:30 P.M. at Charlotte 5:30 P.M at Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Jupiter 5:30 P.M. vs. Jupiter 5:30 P.M. vs. Jupiter 5:30 P.M. at Bradenton 6:00 P.M. at Bradenton 4:00 P.M. at Bradenton 9:00 A.M.

QUAD CITIES vs. Beloit 7:00 P.M. vs. Beloit 7:00 P.M. vs. Beloit 7:00 P.M. vs. Beloit 2:00 P.M. at Kane County 3:00 P.M. at Kane County 12:00 P.M. at Kane County 12:00 P.M. at Kane County 12:00 P.M. vs. Burlington 7:00 P.M. vs. Burlington 7:00 P.M. vs. Burlington 2:00 P.M. vs. Peoria 7:00 P.M. vs. Peoria 7:00 P.M. vs. Peoria 1:00 P.M. at Cedar Rapids 6:35 P.M. at Cedar Rapids 6:35 P.M. at Cedar Rapids 2:05 P.M.

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DAY, DATE TUE, 4/26 WED, 4/27 THU, 4/28 FRI, 4/29 SAT, 4/30 SUN, 5/1 MON, 5/2 TUE, 5/3 WED, 5/4 THU, 5/5 FRI, 5/6 SAT, 5/7 SUN, 5/8 MON, 5/9 TUE, 5/10 WED, 5/11 THU, 5/12 FRI, 5/13 SAT, 5/14 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/14 vs. Ft. Myers 5:30 P.M. vs. Ft. Myers 9:30 A.M. vs. Ft. Myers 5:30 P.M. vs. Bradenton 5:30 P.M. vs. Bradenton 4:00 P.M. vs. Bradenton 9:30 A.M. at Ft. Myers 6:05 P.M. at Ft. Myers 6:05 P.M. at Ft. Myers 6:05 P.M. vs. St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. vs. St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. MEMPHIS vs. Iowa 11:05 A.M. PALM BEACH BATAVIA JOHNSON CITY GCL Cardinals DATE 4/26

vs. Round Rock 7:05 P.M. vs. Round Rock 7:05 P.M. vs. Round Rock 3:05 P.M. vs. Round Rock 1:35 P.M. at New Orleans 7:00 P.M. at New Orleans 7:00 P.M. at New Orleans 11:30 A.M. at New Orleans 7:00 P.M. at Albuquerque 8:05 P.M. at Albuquerque 8:05 P.M. at Albuquerque 2:35 P.M. at Albuquerque 1:05 P.M. vs. Sacramento 7:05 P.M. vs. Sacramento 7:05 P.M. vs. Sacramento 7:05 P.M. vs. Sacramento 7:05 P.M. vs. Fresno 6:05 P.M. vs. NW Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. NW Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. NW Arkansas 6:07 P.M. at St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. at Clearwater 6:00 P.M. at Clearwater 9:30 A.M. at Clearwater 6:00 P.M. at Clearwater 5:30 P.M. vs. Tampa 5:30 P.M.

SPRINGFIELD vs. NW Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. NW Arkansas 12:07 P.M. vs. NW Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 6:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 2:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 12:07 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 11:00 A.M. at NW Arkansas 7:30 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. vs. Arkansas 6:07 P.M. vs. Arkansas 2:07 P.M. vs. Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. Arkansas 12:07 P.M.

QUAD CITIES at Wisconsin 6:35 P.M. at Wisconsin 12:05 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 7:00 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 7:00 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 7:00 P.M. vs. Wisconsin 5:00 P.M. vs. Wisconsin 11:00 A.M. vs. Wisconsin 7:00 P.M. at Kane County 6:00 P.M. at Kane County 6:00 P.M. at Kane County 7:00 P.M. at Wisconsin 6:35 P.M. at Wisconsin 1:05 P.M. at Wisconsin 6:35 P.M. vs. Clinton 7:00 P.M. vs. Clinton 6:00 P.M. vs. Clinton 6:00 P.M. at Beloit 6:30 P.M. at Beloit 6:30 P.M.

* All times Central

2011 MINOR LEAGUE SchEdULES, cont.
DAY, DATE SUN, 5/15 MON, 5/16 TUE, 5/17 WED, 5/18 THU, 5/19 FRI, 5/20 SAT, 5/21 SUN, 5/22 MON, 5/23 TUE, 5/24 WED, 5/25 THU, 5/26 FRI, 5/27 SAT, 5/28 SUN, 5/29 MON, 5/30 TUE, 5/31 WED, 6/1 THU, 6/2 QUAD CITIES at Beloit 2:00 P.M. BATAVIA JOHNSON CITY GCL Cardinals DATE 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/23 5/24 5/25 5/26 5/27 5/28 5/29 5/30 5/31 6/1 at Corpus Christi 7:05 P.M. at Corpus Christi 7:05 P.M. 6/2 at Dunedin 6:00 P.M. at Dunedin 6:00 P.M. at Dunedin 6:00 P.M. vs. Corpus Christi 7:07 P.M. vs. Corpus Christi 7:07 P.M. vs. Corpus Christi 7:07 P.M. vs. San Antonio 6:07 P.M. vs. San Antonio 6:07 P.M. vs. San Antonio 12:07 P.M. at Tacoma 9:05 P.M. at Tacoma 9:05 P.M. at Tacoma 9:05 P.M. at Tacoma 3:35 P.M. at Salt Lake 7:35 P.M. at Salt Lake 11:35 A.M. at Salt Lake 7:35 P.M. at Salt Lake 7:35 P.M. vs. Omaha 7:05 P.M. vs. Omaha 6:05 P.M. vs. Omaha 6:05 P.M. vs. Omaha 1:05 P.M. vs. Albuquerque 7:05 P.M. vs. Albuquerque 7:05 P.M. vs. Albuquerque 7:05 P.M. SPRINGFIELD vs. NW Arkansas 6:07 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. at Tulsa 2:05 P.M. at Tulsa 12:35 P.M. MEMPHIS vs. Fresno 1:35 P.M. vs. Fresno 7:05 P.M. vs. Fresno 1:05 P.M.

PALM BEACH vs. Tampa 4:00 P.M. vs. Tampa 5:30 P.M. vs. Tampa 5:30 P.M. vs. Daytona 5:30 P.M. vs. Daytona 9:30 A.M. vs. Dayton 5:30 P.M. vs. Dayton 5:30 P.M. at Brevard County 4:05 P.M. at Brevard County 6:05 P.M. at Brevard County 6:05 P.M. at Brevard County 6:05 P.M. vs. Lakeland 5:30 P.M. vs. Lakeland 5:30 P.M. vs. Lakeland 5:30 P.M. vs. Lakeland 4:00 P.M.

at Peoria 6:30 P.M. at Peoria 6:30 P.M. at Peoria 11:00 A.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 7:00 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 7:00 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 2:00 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 11:00 A.M. vs. Kane County 7:00 P.M. vs. Kane County 7:00 P.M. vs. Kane County TBA at Burlington 6:30 P.M. at Burlington 6:30 P.M. at Burlington 2:00 P.M. at Burlington 2:00 P.M. at West Michigan 5:35 P.M. at West Michigan 6:00 P.M. at West Michigan 6:00 P.M.

* All times Central
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BATAVIA JOHNSON CITY GCL Cardinals DATE 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8 6/9 6/10 6/11 6/12 6/13 6/14 6/15 6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 vs. Kingsport 6:00 P.M. at Astros 11:00 A.M. 6/21 DAY, DATE MEMPHIS FRI, 6/3 vs. Albuquerque 7:05 P.M. SAT, 6/4 at Oklahoma City 7:05 P.M. SUN, 6/5 at Oklahoma City 4:05 P.M. MON, 6/6 at Oklahoma City 7:05 P.M. TUE, 6/7 at Oklahoma City 11:05 A.M. WED, 6/8 THU, 6/9 FRI, 6/10 SAT, 6/11 SUN, 6/12 MON, 6/13 TUE, 6/14 WED, 6/15 THU, 6/16 FRI, 6/17 SAT, 6/18 SUN, 6/19 MON, 6/20 TUE, 6/21 at Clinton 7:00 P.M. at Clinton 7:00 P.M. at Clinton 7:00 P.M. vs. Peoria 7:00 P.M. vs. Peoria 7:00 P.M. vs. Peoria 2:00 P.M. at New Orleans 7:00 P.M. at New Orleans 7:00 P.M. at New Orleans 6:00 P.M. at New Orleans 6:00 P.M. vs. New Orleans 7:05 P.M. vs. New Orleans 7:05 P.M. vs. New Orleans 7:05 P.M. vs. New Orleans 11:05 A.M. vs. Nashville 7:05 P.M. vs. Nashville 6:05 P.M. vs. Nashville 6:05 P.M. vs. Nashville 7:05 P.M. at Iowa 7:05 P.M. vs. Auburn 6:05 P.M. FSL All-Star Game at Auburn at Clearwater (Time TBD) 6:05 P.M. vs. Auburn 12:05 P.M. vs. Fort Myers at Mahoning Valley 5:30 P.M. 6:05 P.M. vs. Fort Myers MWL All-Star Game at Mahoning Valley 5:30 P.M. at Quad Cities (Time TBD) 6:05 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 6:07 P.M. at Arkansas 6:00 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 6:00 P.M. vs. Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. Arkansas 7:07 P.M. at Ft. Myers 6:05 P.M. at Ft. Myers 6:05 A.M. at Ft. Myers 6:05 P.M. vs. Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Charlotte 4:00 P.M. vs. Charlotte 5:30 P.M. at St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. at St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. at St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. vs. Lansing 7:00 P.M. vs. Lansing 7:00 P.M. vs. Lansing 7:00 P.M. vs. Great Lakes 7:00 P.M. vs. Great Lakes 7:00 P.M. vs. Great Lakes 2:00 P.M. SPRINGFIELD at Corpus Christi 7:05 P.M. at San Antonio 7:05 P.M. at San Antonio 4:05 P.M. at San Antonio 7:05 P.M. PALM BEACH at Dunedin 6:00 P.M. vs. St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. vs. St. Lucie 4:00 P.M. vs. St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. QUAD CITIES at South Bend 6:00 P.M. at South Bend 4:30 P.M. at South Bend 1:00 P.M.

* All times Central

2011 MINOR LEAGUE SchEdULES, cont.
DAY, DATE WED, 6/22 THU, 6/23 FRI, 6/24 SAT, 6/25 SUN, 6/26 MON, 6/27 TUE, 6/28 WED, 6/29 THU, 6/30 QUAD CITIES DATE 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/29 6/30 7/1 7/2 7/3 7/4 7/5 7/6 7/7 7/8 7/9 7/10 vs. Astros 11:00 A.M. at Marlins 11:00 A.M. at Nationals 11:00 A.M. vs. Mets (DH) 11:00 A.M. at Astros 11:00 A.M. vs. Marlins 9:00 A.M. vs. Nationals 11:00 A.M. at Mets 11:00 A.M. vs. Oklahoma City 7:05 P.M. FRI, 7/1 vs. Oklahoma City 7:05 P.M. SAT, 7/2 vs. Oklahoma City 6:05 P.M. SUN, 7/3 vs. Oklahoma City 6:05 P.M. MON, 7/4 at Nashville 7:05 P.M. TUE, 7/5 at Nashville 7:05 P.M. WED, 7/6 at Nashville 7:05 P.M. THU, 7/7 at Round Rock 7:05 P.M. FRI, 7/8 at Round Rock 7:05 P.M. SAT, 7/9 at Round Rock 7:05 P.M. SUN, 7/10 at Round Rock 7:05 P.M. * All times Central vs. Astros 111:00 A.M. at Marlins 11:00 A.M. at Nationals 11:00 A.M. vs. Mets 11:00 A.M. MEMPHIS at Iowa 7:05 P.M. at Iowa 7:05 P.M. at Iowa 7:05 P.M. at Omaha 7:05 P.M. at Omaha 2:05 P.M. at Omaha 12:05 P.M. at Omaha 12:05 P.M. SPRINGFIELD vs. Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 6:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 6:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 12:07 P.M. GCL Cardinals vs. Marlins 11:00 A.M. vs. Nationals 11:00 A.M. at Mets 11:00 A.M.

PALM BEACH vs. Fort Myers 5:30 P.M. at Charlotte 5:30 P.M. at Charlotte 5:30 P.M. at Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Jupiter 4:00 P.M. at Jupiter 5:30 P.M. vs. Jupiter 5:30 P.M. TEX All-Star Game at Bradenton at San Antonio (Time TBD) 6:00 P.M. at Frisco at Bradenton 7:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. at Frisco at Bradenton 7:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. at Frisco at Jupiter 7:00 P.M. 5:30 P.M. at Midland at Jupiter 6:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. at Midland vs. Bradenton 6:30 P.M. 5:30 P.M. at Midland vs. Bradenton 6:30 P.M. 5:30 P.M. vs. Bradenton 5:30 P.M. vs. Frisco vs. Bradenton 7:07 P.M. 5:30 P.M. vs. Frisco vs. Dunedin 7:07 P.M. 5:30 P.M. vs. Frisco vs. Dunedin 6:07 P.M. 5:30 P.M. vs. Midland vs. Dunedin 6:07 P.M. 4:00 P.M.

at Wisconsin 7:05 P.M. at Wisconsin 6:35 P.M. at Wisconsin 1:05 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 7:00 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 7:00 P.M. vs. Cedar Rapids 7:00 P.M. vs. Clinton . 7:00 P.M. vs. Clinton 7:00 P.M. vs. Clinton 7:00 P.M. at Kane County 6:00 P.M. at Kane County 6:00 P.M. at Kane County 12:00 P.M. at Burlington 6:30 P.M. at Burlington 6:30 P.M. at Burlington 6:30 P.M. vs. Wisconsin 7:00 P.M. vs. Wisconsin 2:00 P.M.

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BATAVIA at Mahoning Valley 6:05 P.M. at Williamsport 6:05 P.M. at Williamsport 6:05 P.M. at Williamsport 6:05 P.M. vs. Jamestown 4:05 P.M. vs. Jamestown 6:05 P.M. vs. Jamestown 6:05 P.M. at Jamestown 6:05 P.M. at Jamestown 6:05 P.M. at Jamestown 6:05 P.M. at Mahoning Valley 6:05 P.M. at Mahoning Valley 4:05 P.M. vs. Mahoning Valley 6:05 P.M. vs. Mahoning Valley 6:05 P.M. vs. State College 6:05 P.M. vs. State College 6:05 P.M. vs. State College 6:05 P.M. at State College 6:05 P.M. at State College 5:05 P.M.

JOHNSON CITY at Kingsport 6:00 P.M. at Kingsport 6:00 P.M. at Greeneville 6:00 P.M. at Greeneville 5:00 P.M at Greeneville 5:00 P.M. vs. Elizabethton 6:00 P.M. vs. Elizabethton 6:00 P.M. vs. Elizabethton 6:20 P.M. vs. Pulaski 6:00 P.M. vs. Pulaski 6:00 P.M. vs. Pulaski 5:00 P.M. vs. Kingsport 5:00 P.M. at Kingsport 6:00 P.M. at Bluefield 6:00 P.M. at Bluefield 6:00 P.M. at Bluefield 6:00 P.M. at Pulaski 6:00 P.M. at Pulaski 6:00 P.M. at Pulaski 6:00 P.M.

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DAY, DATE MON, 7/11 TUE, 7/12 7/12 7/13 7/14 7/15 7/16 7/17 7/18 7/19 7/20 7/21 7/22 7/23 7/24 7/25 7/26 7/27 7/28 7/29 vs. Bristol 6:00 P.M. vs. Bristol 6:00 P.M. vs. Staten Island 6:05 P.M. vs. Staten Island 10:05 A.M. vs. Staten Island 6:05 P.M. at Astros 11:00 A.M. vs. Marlins 11:00 A.M. vs. Nationals 11:00 A.M. at Mets 11:00 A.M. vs. Astros 11:00 A.M. at Marlins 11:00 A.M. at Nationals 11:00 A.M. vs. Mets 11:00 A.M. MEMPHIS SPRINGFIELD vs. Midland 7:07 P.M. vs. Midland 7:07 P.M. vs. Dayton 7:00 P.M. vs. Dayton 7:00 P.M. vs. Dayton 7:00 P.M. vs. Bowling Green 7:00 P.M. vs. Bowling Green 2:00 P.M. vs. Bowling Green 1:00 P.M. PALM BEACH vs. Dunedin 5:30 P.M. QUAD CITIES vs. Wisconsin 7:00 P.M. BATAVIA at State College 6:05 P.M. JOHNSON CITY GCL Cardinals at Astros 11:00 A.M. vs. Marlins 9:00 A.M. vs. Nationals 11:00 A.M. at Mets 11:00 A.M. DATE 7/11

WED, 7/13 PCL All-Star Game at Salt Lake (Time TBD) THU, 7/14 vs. Round Rock 7:05 P.M. FRI, 7/15 vs. Round Rock 7:05 P.M. SAT, 7/16 vs. Round Rock 6:05 P.M. SUN, 7/17 vs. Round Rock 6:05 P.M. MON, 7/18 vs. Omaha 7:05 P.M. TUE, 7/19 vs. Omaha 7:05 P.M. WED, 7/20 vs. Omaha 7:05 P.M. THU, 7/21 vs. Omaha 7:05 P.M. FRI, 7/22 at Oklahoma City 7:05 P.M. SAT, 7/23 at Oklahoma City 7:05 P.M. SUN, 7/24 at Oklahoma City 4:05 P.M. MON, 7/25 at Oklahoma City 7:05 P.M. TUE, 7/26 at Round Rock 7:05 P.M. WED, 7/27 at Round Rock 7:05 P.M. THU, 7/28 at Round Rock 7:05 P.M. FRI, 7/29 at Round Rock 7:05 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 6:00 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. vs. Tulsa 7:07 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 6:00 P.M. at NW Arkansas 7:00 P.M. vs. Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. Arkansas 7:07 P.M. vs. NW Arkansas 7:07 P.M. at Lake County 6:00 P.M. at Lake County 10:00 A.M. at Lake County 6:00 P.M. at Fort Wayne 6:05 P.M. at Fort Wayne 2:05 P.M. at Fort Wayne 6:05 P.M. vs. Peoria 7:00 P.M. vs. Peoria 7:00 P.M. vs. Peoria 7:00 P.M. * All times Central

at Tampa 6:00 P.M. at Tampa 6:00 P.M. at Tampa 6:00 P.M. at Tampa 5:00 P.M. vs. Brevard County 4:00 P.M. vs. Brevard County 5:30 P.M. vs. Brevard County 5:30 P.M. vs. Brevard County 11:00 A.M. at Daytona 6:05 P.M. at Daytona 6:05 P.M. at Daytona 6:05 P.M. at Daytona 4:35 P.M. at Lakeland 6:00 P.M. at Lakeland 6:00 P.M. at Lakeland 6:00 P.M. at Lakeland 6:00 P.M. vs. Clearwater 5:30 P.M.

2011 MINOR LEAGUE SchEdULES, cont.
DAY, DATE SAT, 7/30 GCL Cardinals DATE 7/30 7/31 8/1 8/2 8/3 8/4 8/5 8/6 8/7 8/8 8/9 8/10 8/11 FRI, 8/12 SAT, 8/13 SUN, 8/14 MON, 8/15 TUE, 8/16 8/12 8/13 8/14 8/15 at St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. * All times Central NY-PL All Star Game at Lowell (6:05 P.M.) at Kingsport 6:00 P.M. 8/16 vs. Astros 11:00 A.M. at Marlins 11:00 A.M. vs. Tucson 7:05 P.M. vs. Tucson 6:05 P.M. vs. Tucson 6:05 P.M. vs. Tucson 7:05 P.M. vs. Las Vegas 7:05 P.M. vs. San Antonio 7:07 P.M. vs. San Antonio 7:07 P.M. vs. San Antonio 7:07 P.M. vs. Corpus Christi 6:07 P.M. vs. Corpus Christi 6:07 P.M. vs. Corpus Christi 7:07 P.M. at Astros 11:00 A.M. vs. Marlins 11:00 A.M. vs. Nationals 11:00 A.M. at Mets 11:00 A.M. vs. Astros 11:00 A.M. at Marlins 9:00 A.M. at Nationals 11:00 A.M. vs. Mets 11:00 A.M. at Astros 11:00 A.M. vs. Marlins 11:00 A.M. vs. Nationals 11:00 A.M. at Mets 11:00 A.M. at Charlotte 5:30 P.M. at Charlotte 5:30 P.M. at Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Fort Myers 5:30 P.M. vs. Fort Myers 4:00 P.M. vs. Fort Myers 5:30 P.M. vs. Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Charlotte 5:30 P.M. vs. Charlotte 5:30 P.M. at Fort Myers 6:05 P.M. at Fort Myers 5:05 P.M. at Fort Myers 12:05 P.M. MEMPHIS vs. Iowa 6:05 P.M. SUN, 7/31 vs. Iowa 6:05 P.M. MON, 8/1 vs. Iowa 7:05 P.M. TUE, 8/2 vs. Iowa 7:05 P.M. WED, 8/3 at Reno 9:05 P.M. THU, 8/4 at Reno 9:05 P.M. FRI, 8/5 at Reno 9:05 P.M. SAT, 8\6 at Reno 9:05 P.M. SUN, 8/7 at Colorado Springs 6:05 P.M. MON, 8/8 at Colorado Springs 8:05 P.M. TUE, 8/9 at Colorado Springs 8:05 P.M. WED, 8/10 at Colorado Springs 8:05 P.M. THU, 8/11 SPRINGFIELD vs. NW Arkansas 6:07 P.M. vs. NW Arkansas 6:07 P.M. vs. NW Arkansas 7:07 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Arkansas 7:10 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. at Tulsa 7:05 P.M. PALM BEACH vs. Clearwater 5:30 P.M. vs. Clearwater 4:00 P.M. vs. Clearwater 5:30 P.M.

QUAD CITIES vs. Kane County 7:00 P.M. vs. Kane County 2:00 P.M. vs. Kane County 7:00 P.M. at Cedar Rapids 6:35 P.M. at Cedar Rapids 6:35 P.M. at Cedar Rapids 6:35 P.M. at Cedar Rapids 6:35 P.M. at Beloit 7:00 P.M. at Beloit 2:00 P.M. at Beloit 7:00 P.M. at Beloit 7:00 P.M. vs. Burlington 7:00 P.M. vs. Burlington 7:00 P.M. vs. Burlington 7:00 P.M. at Wisconsin 6:35 P.M. at Wisconsin 1:05 P.M. at Wisconsin 12:05 P.M.

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vs. Tri-City 6:05 P.M. vs. Tri-City 6:05 P.M. vs. Tri-City 6:05 P.M. at Auburn 6:05 P.M. vs. Auburn 4:05 P.M. at Auburn 6:05 P.M. at Jamestown 6:05 P.M. at Jamestown 6:05 P.M. vs. Jamestown 6:05 P.M. vs. Jamestown 6:05 P.M. at Aberdeen 6:05 P.M. at Aberdeen 4:35 P.M. at Aberdeen 6:05 P.M.

vs. Greeneville 6:00 P.M. vs. Greeneville 6:00 P.M. vs. Greeneville 6:00 P.M. vs. Princeton 6:00 P.M. vs. Princeton 5:00 P.M. vs. Princeton 5:00 P.M. at Princeton 6:00 P.M. at Princeton 6:00 P.M. at Princeton 10:00 P.M. at Kingsport 6:00 P.M. at Kingsport 6:00 P.M. at Kingsport 5:00 P.M. vs. Greeneville 5:00 P.M. vs. Greeneville 6:00 P.M. vs. Greeneville 6:00 P.M. vs. Astros 11:00 A.M. at Marlins 11:00 A.M. at Nationals 11:00 A.M. vs. Mets 11:00 A.M.

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BATAVIA at Connecticut 6:05 P.M. at Connecticut 12:05 P.M. at Connecticut 6:05 P.M. vs. Hudson Valley 6:05 A.M. at Hudson Valley 6:05 P.M. at Hudson Valley 6:05 P.M. vs. Williamsport 6:05 P.M. vs. Williamsport 6:05 P.M. at Williamsport 4:05 P.M. at Williamsport 6:05 P.M. vs. Brooklyn 6:05 P.M. vs. Brooklyn 6:05 P.M. vs. Brooklyn 6:05 P.M. vs. Vermont 6:05 P.M. vs. Vermont 6:05 P.M. vs. Vermont 12:05 P.M.

JOHNSON CITY vs. Bristol 5:00 P.M. at Elizabethton 6:00 P.M. at Elizabethton 6:00 P.M. at Elizabethton 6:00 P.M. at Bristol 6:00 P.M. at Bristol 6:00 P.M. at Bristol 6:00 P.M. vs Bluefield 5:00 P.M. vs Bluefield 5:00 P.M. vs Bluefield 6:00 P.M. vs. Bristol 6:00 P.M. vs. Bristol 6:00 P.M.. vs. Bristol 6:00 P.M. at Elizabethton 6:00 P.M. at Elizabethton 6:00 P.M. at Elizabethton 6:00 P.M.

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2011 MINOR LEAGUE SchEdULES, cont.
DATE 8/17 8/18 8/19 8/20 8/21 8/22 8/23 8/24 8/25 8/26 8/27 8/28 8/29 8/30 8/31 9/1 9/2 9/3 9/4 9/5 vs. Astros 11:00 A.M. at Marlins 11:00 A.M. at Nationals 11:00 A.M. at Astros 11:00 A.M. vs. Marlins 11:00 A.M. vs. Nationals 11:00 A.M. at Mets 11:00 A.M. PALM BEACH at St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. vs. St. Lucie 5:30 P.M. vs. Jupiter 5:30 P.M. at Jupiter 5:30 P.M. vs. Jupiter 4:00 P.M. GCL Cardinals at Nationals 11:00 A.M. vs. Mets 11:00 A.M.

DAY, DATE WED, 8/17

MEMPHIS vs. Las Vegas 7:05 P.M. THU, 8/18 vs. Las Vegas 7:05 P.M. FRI, 8/19 vs. Las Vegas 7:05 P.M. SAT, 8/20 at Albuquerque 8:05 P.M. SUN, 8/21 at Albuquerque 2:35 P.M. MON, 8/22 at Albuquerque 7:35 P.M. TUE, 8/23 at Albuquerque 7:35 P.M. WED, 8/24 at Nashville 7:05 P.M. THU, 8/25 at Nashville 7:05 P.M. FRI, 8/26 at Nashville 7:05 P.M. SAT, 8/27 at Nashville 6:35 P.M. SUN, 8/28 at Nashville 6:35 P.M. MON, 8/29 vs. Albuquerque 7:05 P.M. TUE, 8/30 vs. Albuquerque 7:05 P.M. WED, 8/31 vs. Albuquerque 7:05 P.M. THU, 9/1 vs. Albuquerque 7:05 P.M. FRI, 9/2 vs. Nashville 7:05 P.M. SAT, 9/3 vs. Nashville 6:05 P.M. SUN, 9/4 vs. Nas