St. Louis Cardinals

Keep track of the moves St. Louis makes this offseason

Recapping the Cardinals major moves of the 2018-19 offseason

The St. Louis Cardinals resigned Adam Wainwright, traded for Paul Goldschmidt and Drew Robinson, and signed Andrew Miller ahead of the 2019 season.
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The St. Louis Cardinals resigned Adam Wainwright, traded for Paul Goldschmidt and Drew Robinson, and signed Andrew Miller ahead of the 2019 season.

Here’s a look at the St. Louis Cardinals as they make moves during baseball’s offseason and try to improve the roster ahead of the 2019 season. The ultimate goal for the Redbirds? Get back to the postseason after missing out in 2016, 2017, and 2018.

The Cardinals have been tied to some of the top free agents available. Here’s what St. Louis would have to give up if they signed one of the six players who rejected a qualifying offer.

Team President Bill DeWitt III also is on record as saying the Cardinals have the payroll room to add one of the offseason’s premier free agents.

St. Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak said the team would still like to upgrade the bullpen, find a left handed bat and add a backup catcher to the roster during the Winter Meetings.

St. Louis Cardinals free agents

The St. Louis Cardinals have traded for Paul Goldschmidt. Here are five things to know about their new slugging first baseman.

John Mozeliak, president of baseball operations for the St. Louis Cardinals, answers the question "why Paul Goldschmidt" during the team's introductory news conference with their new star.

St. Louis Cardinals trades

New St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt lauded praise on his new organization after being traded by the Arizona Diamondbacks during a news conference Dec. 7, 2018, at Busch Stadium.

St. Louis Cardinals free agent signings

  • Hunter Cervenka, Tommy Layne, Williams Perez, Harold Arauz, Mike Hauschild - signed Nov. 19 to minor league deals with invitations to spring training

  • Chris Beck - signed Nov. 30 to minor league deal with invitation to spring training
  • Andrew Miller - signed Dec. 21 to a 2 year, $25 million deal with vesting/club option
  • Fernando Brazoban, Smith Vargas, Jesus Jaquez - signed Jan. 8 to minor league deals
  • Benjamin Arias - signed Jan. 26 to a minor league deal
  • Andrew Owen - signed Feb. 1 to a minor league deal
  • Erick Thomas - signed Feb. 9 to a minor league deal
  • Eduar Pimentel - signed Feb. 11 to a minor league deal
  • Yonael Dominguez - signed Feb. 11 to a minor league deal
  • Matt Wieters - signed Feb. 26 to a minor league deal

The St. Louis Cardinals have signed Andrew Miller. Here are five things to know about their new lefty relief pitcher.

St. Louis Cardinals waiver claims and other transactions

St. Louis Cardinals trade/free agent rumors

Cardinals reportedly close to deal with Andrew Miller

Rumors say Cardinals willing to trade Martinez to land a lefty reliever

Cardinals interested in two Giants lefties, plan to play Dexter Fowler in 2019

Cardinals show interest in Andrew Miller, lose Josh Donaldson

Fans expect Cardinals to sign Josh Donaldson

Rumors connect Cardinals to Goldschmidt, Brantley

ESPN writer suggests an idea involving Goldschmidt and Greinke

Cardinals mentioned as suitor for Carlos Santana

St. Louis looking for big bat at corner infield spot

Cardinals in the market for Bryce Harper

Cardinals not interested in Machado, could chase Donaldson or Moustakas

Cardinals showing interest in Andrew Miller

Bryce Harper is one of the top free agents available during the 2018-2019 MLB offseason, and many fans hope the Cardinals will try to bring him to St. Louis.

If the St. Louis Cardinals are looking to upgrade both their infield defense and their offense before the 2019 season, they should try to trade for Colorado Rockies' third baseman Nolan Arenado.

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