Kolten Wong

St. Louis Cardinals #16 - Second Base

  • Born: 10/10/90
  • Age: 23
  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 185
  • Bats/Throws: L/R
2014 Cardinals 16 59 4 14 1 1 0 5 5 8 3 0 .237 .297 .288

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 the win.

Kolten Wong and the "beauty" of small sample sizes

Kolten Wong has battled small sample size scrutiny ever since his call-up last August. Let's give it a rest and give the kid a chance to show his ability -- at the plate, on the base paths, and in the field.

MLB Prospect Review: Kolten Wong, Cardinals

Kolten Wong is expected to be the starting second baseman for the Cardinals this year. What can he do for fantasy owners, and is he worth investing a late round draft pick on?

2014 VEB Community Projections: Mark Ellis

Things that we should know about Mark Ellis: Mark Ellis is really, really good at defense. According to Fangraphs, Ellis has been worth 97.8 runs on defense throughout his career, and he has...

VEB Community Projections 2014: Kolten Wong

A note from bgh: This is the fourth in an ongoing series of posts in which we are asking the VEB community for their projections of how Cardinals players will perform in 2014. The more community...

Do the Cardinals have a college player bias?

Talking head wisdom would have us believe that the Cardinal organization focuses on college talent in the first round of the amateur draft. This post takes a closer look to see if that claim holds up.

The Cardinals aren't sabotaging Kolten Wong

Mark Ellis is an excellent—unnervingly excellent—backup second baseman. But it's up to the Cardinals to believe in their plan.

The Start of a New Era in Cardinals Baseball?

By trading David Freese, the Cardinals have triggered the start of the Kolten Wong era at the keystone.

Ortiz earns MVP honors

Big Papi was given the Barry Bonds treatment toward the end of Boston's World Series victory. That should tell you how dominant he was in the early part of it.

Lackey, Red Sox still hold 6-0 lead

The Red Sox are three innings away from their eighth championship.

Drew homers to give Sox 4-0 advantage

Michael Wacha's run of dominance is officially over after he allowed a home run to the badly struggling Stephen Drew.

Laughing at Kolten Wong, a bad karma thing to do

It's good to remember that it's an unfair universe that is generous with unearned bad breaks (with apologies to Too Much Joy).

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