by: Nihal Kolur May 20, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 12h
Talk about some serious gas.
by: Matt Clapp — The Comeback 12h
St. Louis Cardinals reliever Jordan Hicks never played above A-ball in the minor leagues. The 21-year-old impressed the Cardinals’ organization so much this spring training that they chose to skip Double-A and Triple-A, and just put the right-hander on...
by: Steve Gardner — USA Today 12h
Jordan Hicks ties Aroldis Chapman as the only pitchers to hit 105 mph. Hicks also ended the on-base streak for the Phillies' Odubel Herrera at 45.
by: Larry Brown — Larry Brown Sports 13h
If you don't know about Jordan Hicks, allow us to introduce him to you. The St Louis Cardinals reliever is one of the hardest throwers in all of baseball and proved that on Sunday. He pitched 1.1 innings of scoreless ball to secure the 5-1 victory over...
by: N/A — MLB: Cardinals 13h
Cardinals reliever Jordan Hicks had already established himself as the Majors' new preeminent flame-thrower before he stepped on the mound Sunday. Then Hicks took a step forward into the radar-gun record books. In the Cardinals' 5-1 win over the Phillies,
by: (Thomas Lott) — Sporting News 14h
Jordan Hicks may be known for putting Yadier Molina on the DL for a month, but he should be known for being an absolute flamethrower.
by: Dr. Michael D. Miles — Fansided: Redbird Rants 15h
The St. Louis Cardinals have depth in the pitching ranks and this allows for saving cavalry to arrive just when needed. The St. Louis Cardinals have become...
by: Neil Harrington — Fansided: Call To The Pen 24h
Alex Reyes sets Springfield Cardinals record in his rehab start for the St. Louis Cardinals Double-A affiliate. The St. Louis Cardinals are in dir...
by: NBC Sports Philadelphia — Yahoo Sports 22h
After a legnthy rain delay to start the game, the Phillies came out with a sloppy effort in a 12-4 loss to the Cardinals on Friday night. By Jim Salisbury
by: Benjamin Hochman St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 20 May
SPRINGFIELD, MO. • As Alex Reyes warmed up in the bullpen here, his fastball hissed but his pitches missed. Now, I’m sure if we could hear singers warm up before