Carlos Martinez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Carlos Martinez delivers an all-time weird performance against the Yankees

    CBS Sports "Cardinals ace Carlos Martinez started in the Bronx against the Yankees on Saturday, and it went well. It also went badly. Mostly, it went weirdly. All right. To summarize, 11 strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings is good, eight walks over that same span is bad, and all of it taken together is..." April 16

  • Cards' Wainwright endorses Martinez for Opening Day: 'He earned it'

    MLB.com "Insisting that he wouldn't "want anything I haven't earned," Adam Wainwright graciously congratulated Carlos Martinez on being named the team's Opening Night starter, a title that had belonged to Wainwright for the past four seasons. Martinez pitched five shutout innings Wednesday in the..." March 23

  • Cardinals tab Carlos Martinez as Opening Day starter against Cubs

    Fanrag Sports "According to a Wednesday morning report from Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the St. Louis Cardinals have found their Opening Day starter for the 2017 regular season. As a result, right-hander Carlos Martinez will take the mound for the club on Sunday, April 2 against the Chicago..." March 22

  • Matheny says Martinez can be the best pitcher in baseball

    ESPN "It’s so close now, you can almost hear the smack of a baseball hitting a catcher’s mitt and feel the warm, moist breeze. St. Louis Cardinals pitchers and catchers officially report Monday and begin workouts at the team’s spring training complex Tuesday in Jupiter, Florida. To get a jump on some..." February 10

  • Cardinals, Carlos Martinez agree to five-year extension, report says

    Sporting News "The Cardinals have locked up promising starting pitcher Carlos Martinez with a five-year contract worth $55 million, baseball insider Jon Heyman reported late Wednesday. The report said St. Louis will announced the deal Thursday morning. Martinez, 25, went 16-9 with a 3.04 ERA and 174..." February 02

  • The Cardinals could go to an arbitration hearing for the first time since 1999

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Darren Oliver spent two of his 20 seasons in the majors with the Cardinals, and since he last threw a pitch for the team two U.S. presidents have come and gone and a third is on the way, Twitter was invented, and the Cubs and Red Sox have both ended their curses. And, yet, soon, the Cardinals..." January 16