St. Louis Cardinals End of Season Prospect Profile: Carson Kelly, C

kelly Cardinals' fans often wonder about who Yadier Molina will pass the torch to as his career winds down.  That isn't happening anytime soon, meaning his heir apparent, Carson Kelly, has plenty of time to learn, train, and develop in the minors.  Kelly was a 2012 2nd round pick out of high school and opted to sign with the Cardinals, passing on a baseball [...]

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