Globe-Democrat: D'Marcus Ingram Credits Page

The top player in the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system last month discusses his success and gratitude to his former hitting coach in this week's Minor League Notebook.

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This week's focus is on outfielder D'Marcus Ingram, who discusses the changes he made to his game to become the Player of the Month for May recognized by both the Cardinals organization and The Cardinal Nation.

Also included in the column are the regular summaries of all the Cardinals minor league affiliates this past week as well as St. Louis-area minor league players in the news.

Premium Article In an exclusive bonus for The Cardinal Nation subscribers, my entire interview with Ingram is provided here in audio format.


Last week's column focused on The Cardinal Nation Pitcher of the Month for May, closer Fernando Salas of the Memphis Redbirds. Salas was called up to St. Louis for the second time on Tuesday.

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