Cardinals best news and links: New Years Eve edition

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My friend Corey at STLSportsMinute recently posted what he was reading on his website. I thought this was a great idea, especially since content on this site is primarily minor league coverage. Once a week, I am going to share with you all my favorite Cardinals’ links, or what I am reading.

Here is what I have been reading…

  1. Over at StlCupofJoe, Jared from @McGeeTriples, gives his take on the Jon Jay vs Shane Robinson debate, a topic that has been hot on twitter lately. This post pretty much sums up my beliefs on the topic as well.
  2. The aforementioned Corey Rudd of StlSportsMinute.com argues that Matt Adams will have a breakout season in 2014. As long as the playing time is there, I tend to agree.
  3. Tara Wellman of Aaron Miles’ Fastball was able to interview Cards prospect Kyle Helisek. Helisek should be advancing to Palm Beach and will be featured in our top 8 lefties in the Cards system which should be posted later this week.
  4. Daniel Solzman of RedbirdRants.com looks at Buster Olney’s top 10 lists of defense, bullpen’s, and overall teams.

Look for more links next week. In the meantime, happy reading!

 

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