Posted: 3/5/2014 3:01 PM
Home half of split squad day with Lance Lynn vs. Henderson Alvarez at Jupiter. 1:05 PM ET. FOX Sports Midwest Plus, MLB.tv, MLB Network (delayed) and KMOX.For those interested in rebroadcast times for this game, I have posted them here.
Update: Due to Thursday's rainout, Adam Wainwright will start with Lynn to follow.Lineup: Carpenter 5, Ellis 4, Craig 9, Adams 3, Molina 2, Robinson 8, J Butler DH, Ramsey 7, Kozma 6. Other pitchers available: Siegrist, Stoppelman, K Butler, Fornataro, plus Dixon Llorens and Logan Billbrough from minor league camp.Other hitters available: Stanley, Rasmus, Piscotty, Wisdom, Mateo, Perez and from the minors, C.J. McElroy, Jonathan Rodriguez and Greg Miclat.Note: See separate thread for other Friday game with Cards at Mets.
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Reminder from FOX Sports Midwest - Friday’s Cardinals game will air on FOX Sports Midwest Plus
The Cardinals’ spring training game on Friday, March 7 will be televised on FOX Sports Midwest Plus, due to overlap with the Missouri Valley Conference basketball tournament on FOX Sports Midwest. Below are channel numbers for FOX Sports Midwest Plus.
The Cardinals’ game will be replayed on FOX Sports Midwest at 11 p.m.
Friday, March 7 -- Cardinals vs. Marlins at 12 p.m. CT
FOX Sports Midwest Plus channel numbers
FOX Sports Midwest Plus SD
FOX Sports Midwest Plus HD
442 or 412-30
St. Louis area
Cass -- Jerseyville, Ill.
Charter -- St. Louis
10 or 198
Available on 825 in limited areas of St. Louis
Consolidated -- Charleston, Ill.
Fidelity – Sullivan, Mo.
Grafton Technologies -- Jersyville, Ill.
Highland Communications -- Madison, Ill.
HomeTel -- Madison, Ill.
HTC Communications -- Monroe, Ill.
Madison Communications -- Macoupin, Ill.
New Wave -- Taylorville, Carlinville, Litchfield, Ill.
New Wave -- Greenville, Ill.
New Wave -- Sparta, Ill.
U.S. Sonet -- Salem, Ill.
Cass -- Virginia, Ill.
Comcast – Illinois
Mediacom -- Williamson, Ill.
New Wave -- DuQuoin, Olney, Newton, Ill.
New Wave -- Anna, Ill.
Southeast, Southwest and Mid-Missouri
Cable America -- Republic, Mo.
Cable America -- St. Robert, Mo.
CableOne -- Joplin, Mo.
CableOne -- Kirksville, Mo.
Centurylink -- Columbia, Mo.
Charter – Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Fidelity – Lebanon, Rolla, Mo.
Fidelity – Nevada, Mo.
Fidelity – West Plains, Mo.
Fidelity – Salem, Mo.
Mediacom -- Columbia, Jefferson City, Mo.
Mediacom -- Springfield, Mo.
Mediacom -- Jasper, Mo.
New Wave – Missouri
Poplar Bluff Cable – Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Suddenlink -- Boonville, Mo.
Suddenlink -- Branson, Mo.
Suddenlink -- Carthage and Monett, Mo.
Cedar Falls Utilities -- Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Mediacom – Des Moines, Cedar Falls, Iowa
Muscatine Power & Water -- Muscatine, Iowa
Cinergy Metronet - Vincennes, N. Vernon, Huntington, Ind.
3 or 263
New Wave -- Pike, Ind.
New Wave -- Knox, Ind.
Time Warner – Evansville, Ind.
Time Warner – Terre Haute
WOW -- Evansville, Ind.
FOX Sports Midwest Plus is a channel used by FOX Sports Midwest to simultaneously show multiple events on two channels. FOX Sports Midwest Plus is available to all video providers that carry FOX Sports Midwest. Some providers carry FOX Sports Midwest Plus as a 24-hour full-time channel. Others choose to offer selected FOX Sports Midwest Plus programming and designate a channel to show the events. As FOX Sports Midwest continues to expand its local programming lineup, FOX Sports Midwest Plus becomes an essential outlet to televise more regionally-relevant programming.
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crdswmn wrote: Working tomorrow too. No PBP from me.
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blingboy wrote: Since we have to field two teams Friday it would be nice if Oscar wouldA) give it a try and see if he feels confident about the ankle, orB) grow a pair and get his arse out thereDepending on how you feel about it.
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These split squad games got me thinking and I did a two team draft of all the Cards players.Pretty fun and really even. I got both teams to be around $60M in payroll too.One has Jay, Ellis, Holliday, Adams, Molina, Piscotty, G. Garcia, Descalso.
(Big hit at 3B and SS, but they are the big winners at CA)The other has O'Neill, Wong, Carpenter, Craig, Taveras, Peralta, Bourjos, Cruz(Big hit in LF and CA here)The first team went young on the rotation with Miller, Lynn, Kelly, Rosenthal, and Martinez.The second team got 2nd pick and got Wainwright, followed by Wacha, Garcia, Siegrist, and Cooney. (This team also picked up Lyons and Maness for the bullpen in case Garcia or Siegrist can't hack it) I had to pick up an FA at the end of each bullpen as the pickings get scarce pretty quickly after Neshek, Bulter, and Freeman.I honestly think both of these teams would be solid ML teams. Depth would obviously be an issue, haha. I split the bench too with Grichuk, Pham, Butler, and Ramsey providing good OF depth. Kozma is on Garcia's team too.