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Cardinals find themselves on wrong end of slugfest

May 9, 2021

Jupiter, FLA – In a game with as much action to make up for the lack of a 2020 Minor League season, the Palm Beach Cardinals fell on the wrong end of the scoreboard in a 18-8 loss. In total, there were 387 pitches throw, 26 total runs, 23 hits,

Palm Beach splits Friday doubleheader 

May 8, 2021

Jupiter, FLA. – After torrential downpours on Thursday in Jupiter, the Palm Beach cardinals split a twin-billing with the Daytona Tortugas on Friday night. Game one of the doubleheader went to the Cardinals by a 3-1 score. Ludwin Jimenez threw two shutout innings in his start. Reliever Inohan Paniagua struck

Palm Beach drops first game of season

Palm Beach drops first game of season
May 5, 2021

Jupiter, FLA. - Under the blazing Jupiter, Florida sun, the Palm Beach Cardinals bats could only muster a sizzle in a 12-4 defeat to the visiting Tortugas. The Cardinals got on the scoreboard first in the opening inning on an Edgardo Rodriguez sacrifice fly. The Tortugas knotted the score up

The Cardinals top 2 picks from the 2020 MLB Draft begin the season in Palm Beach. 

The Cardinals top 2 picks from the 2020 MLB Draft begin the season in Palm Beach.
April 30, 2021

Jupiter, FLA – After a long hiatus, the Palm Beach Cardinals are thrilled to announce their Opening Day roster for the 2021 Minor League campaign. Despite the move to Low-A, the Cardinals roster is loaded with premium talent and some of St. Louis’ top prospects. Both of the Cardinals top

Palm Beach will be led by a new manager for the first time since 2016. 

Palm Beach Cardinals announce 2021 Coaching Staff
January 16, 2021

After many months of anticipation, the Palm Beach Cardinals have released the coaching staff for the upcoming 2021 season. The coaching staff includes numerous new names to both the Palm Beach and St. Louis organization with some familiar faces returning to the Beach Birds. Jose Leon will serve as the

FSL announces Covid-19 relief efforts in all cities

June 9, 2020

Today the Florida State League announced that all its member teams will be participating in a League wide effort to support Covid-19 relief. The 12 teams have partnered with LiveSource to set up an auction site that will make bidding for auction items a simple and efficient process. The collectible

Luken Baker wins Florida State League Player of the Month

September 4, 2019

Palm Beach Cardinals infielder Luken Baker was named Florida State League Player of the Month for his outstanding offensive performance in August. He is the second Palm Beach player to earn the accolade with outfielder Justin Toerner winning Player of the Month for April.The first baseman finished the season strong

Palm Beach, Jupiter split twin-bill in final meeting of the season

August 7, 2019

For the third day in a row, Mother Nature intervened her way into baseball at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium causing a lengthy rain delay, however for the first time since Sunday, there was baseball played as the Cardinals and Hammerheads split a doubleheader. Six lone singles in game one of the

Santos saves the day as Cardinals top Dunedin

July 25, 2019

While he didn't officially get credited with the save, reliever Ramon Santos deserves much credit for the win as his performance preserved the lead and the eventual 4-2 victory. Dunedin struck first putting up two runs before the Cardinals could even come to the plate. In the home half, Palm Beach

Cardinals drop series finale vs. Mets

July 24, 2019

After Mother Nature ran her course, causing a 1:11 delay to the start of the game, it continued to rain offense during Wednesday's game between St. Lucie and Palm Beach. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, most of that offense favored the opposition in an 8-2 loss. After a single run scored in

Ninth inning rally falls short for Palm Beach

July 18, 2019

The Palm Beach Cardinals offensive struggles dealt them a 4-2 loss to the Florida Fire Frogs Thursday night. Diego Cordero pitched a nice 6.2 inning start with just three hits, one unearned run and three strikeouts, but a 17-K start for the Fire Frogs Philip Pfeifer and several fielding errors gave