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St. Louis Cardinals release 6 minor leaguers

Five draftees from 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2010 plus another player signed in 2006 are now ex-Cardinals.

It is that time each spring when all major league organizations have to release players deemed uncompetitive for the rosters at which they should compete based on age and experience. So it has been for the St. Louis Cardinals this week as six young men were told they are no longer being employed by the organization. This latest group includes infielders Phil Cerreto, Joey Bergman, Ted Obregon...

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