Cards places Molina on dueling list, Matz on IL

Change of plans Braves activate Ronald Acuna Jr

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Cardinals fielded star receiver Yadier Molina on the mourning list on Monday. The move comes a day after Molina made his first career pitching appearance, working the ninth inning of an 18-4 win at Pittsburgh. He allowed a pair of home runs and four runs while ending the Cardinals’ … Read more

Sources: Matz goes to Cards, 4 years and $ 44 million

Sources Matz goes to Cards 4 years and 44

2 Related The starting pitcher Steven MatzA key component of a turning season for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2021, he agreed to a four-year, $ 44 million deal with the St. Louis Cardinals, pending a physical, sources familiar with the deal told Jeff Passan. , from ESPN, Tuesday night. Matz could earn up to … Read more

MLB: It grows wings and reaches the nest; Steven Matz, signs with St. Louis Cardinals

MLB It grows wings and reaches the nest Steven Matz

The left-handed pitcher Steven Matz and the St. Louis Cardinals reached an agreement on a four-year, $ 44 million contracta source told famous journalist Anthony DiComo. The feathered club has not confirmed the news. The deal with Matz can reach $ 48 million through incentives and you will receive a signing bonus. In 29 … Read more

MLB: The nine clubs after Steven Matz, who will win?

MLB The nine clubs after Steven Matz who will win

Interest in the left-handed pitcher Steven Matz has been very solid, with Red Sox, Blue Jays, Mets, Dodgers, Cardinals and Angels among teams already rumored to have an interest. Added to Tigers, Cubs, and Giants to that mix. The Mets have made a formal offer, although eight other clubs have joined them in that regard. … Read more

Kershaw replacement? Dodgers, Red Sox with more teams want Steven Matz

The left handed Steven Matz is emerging as a popular name early in free agency, especially for six teams including the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox. Matz has received early interest from the Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals, Newday’s Tim Healey reports. Already the Los … Read more