Matt Carpenter

St. Louis Cardinals #13 - Third Base

  • Born: 11/26/85
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 200
  • Bats/Throws: L/R
2014 Cardinals 106 406 68 116 24 1 6 38 59 80 3 1 .286 .380 .394

MLB All-Star Game: The McGehee-Carpenter question

Miami Marlins color commentator Tommy Hutton was mad when presented with a question by Fish Stripes regarding NL All-Star team manager Mike Matheny picking Matt Carpenter over Casey McGehee. Was he...

6/28 Recap: Cards Lose 9-1 in Poorly Played Game


Lynn gave up seven runs in only two innings - the shortest start of his career - and the Cardinals could not get their offense working tonight against Greinke.

Joe Mauer and Matt Carpenter, two peas in a pod


The Minnesota Twins first baseman and St. Louis Cardinals third baseman are alike in more ways than one.

*Everything is not Mike Matheny's fault

Criticizing the manager is part of a fan's right, and Mike Matheny has come under fire this season for many questionable decisions. The players are responsible for wins and losses, but the manager...

*A look at Matt Carpenter's hot streak

Matt Carpenter is crushing the baseball. His stat line shows it. And the projection systems have taken notice.

"Scouting a stat line"


Like most cliches, the phrase "you can't scout a stat line" contains a great deal of truth, but it isn't the whole story.

Breaking: Tommy La Stella promoted to majors


Braves promote second base prospect Tommy La Stella; Pastornicky sent down

Dissecting Matt Carpenter's batting deflation

In the first 221 plate appearances of Matt Carpenter's contract extension, the third baseman's offensive profile has taken a bit of an odd shape.

Matt Carpenter & his early impact on the offense

Matt Carpenter, as the leadoff man, is an integral part of the Cardinals' offense. But, just how important has he been?

The Cardinals drop game one in the season series

The Cardinals Drop Game 1 In The Season Series In Spectacular Fashion To The Pirates

Kipnis takes the Carpenter deal


Who got the better deal: St. Louis or Cleveland?

Cardinals at Reds Recap 4/2: Reds win 1-0 in 9th

After a fantastic pitcher's duel between Tony Cingrani and Michael Wacha, the Cardinals are unable muster any offense, and the Reds are just able to muster one offense in the bottom of the 9th for...

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