Pete Kozma

St. Louis Cardinals #38 - Short Stop

  • Born: 04/11/88
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 170
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
2014 Cardinals 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .333 .333 .333

Cardinals' power drought has continued to 2014

The Cardinals did not have a powerful team in 2013 and lost their leading home run hitter in Carlos Beltran. Early in the season, the Cardinals have continued to win, but have done so without a lot of power.

Out Percentage & the 2014 Cardinals

Baseball is a game in which even the most successful batters fail the majority of the time, so let's focus on the negative.

What could the Cardinals get in a Kozma trade?

The Cardinals have reportedly placed 2012's flash in the pan on the trade block.

Writers Roundtable: The Cards' Final Bench Spot

The VEB crew tackles the question of who the Cards should choose to fill their fifth and final St. Louis bench spot.

How Does Jhonny Peralta Help His Teams Win?

A look at Peralta's batting, defense, and baserunning.

How Does Peralta's Batting as a SS Compare?

This post compares Jhonny Peralta's 2013 batting stats to the MLB league-average for shortstops and the St. Louis Cardinals' production at shortstop. It also compares the Steamer 2014 projections for Peralta, Pete Kozma, and Daniel Descalso.

The Jhonny Peralta Signing Blues

What does it mean when a player gets a big-money contract after serving a punishment for PED use? Should teams be punished, too?

Jhonny Peralta lands in St. Louis

Despite missing 50 of the final 53 regular season games, Jhonny Peralta parlayed a strong 2013 and thin market for shortstops into a four year deal with the Cardinals.

The Jhonny Peralta question

Few available free agents were better than Jhonny Peralta in 2013, but a PED suspension and 1982 on his driver's license make his next contract a big of a question mark. What is he worth and who will take the chance?

Lester chases down bunt, retires Kozma

The Cardinals gave away an out when they needed a run, but only because Jon Lester was on the spot.

2013 World Series Game 4: Cardinals vs. Red Sox

Game 3 ended in one of the most bizarre ways of any World Series game in history. Say what you want about these teams; the Series has, at least, been entertaining.

Kozma's bare-handed play

Pete Kozma didn't make an error in two fielding chances in the seventh inning. That alone is progress.

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