Brent Strom from Cards instructional league

Strom teaching Sam Tuivailala

The St. Louis Cardinals minor league pitching coordinator speaks from instructional league camp in Jupiter, Florida about his charges as well as pitching rehabbers.

Former major league pitcher Brent Strom has been serving as minor league pitching coordinator for the St. Louis Cardinals. In that role, the 64-year-old is responsible for teaching and scheduling work for the 17 young arms currently competing in the organization's instructional league in Jupiter, Florida.

Also in the Cardinals complex are several high-profile prospects rehabbing injuries, including Tyrell Jenkins. Strom is also monitoring progress of others coming back from injury not currently in Florida, such as Jordan Swagerty.

In the following exclusive interview, Strom discusses the above subjects and much more.

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