The St. Louis Cardinals and supervisor Mike Shildt are going in numerous instructions.
The Cardinals announced that they agreed to part ways with Shildt on Thursday afternoon. Cardinals president John Mozeliak mentioned that it was “something that popped up recently,” however he didn’t elaborate on what he referred to as “philosophical differences.”
Mozeliak added that Shildt was heading into the ultimate 12 months of his contract, however that wasn’t the one motive why the 2 sides determined to go their separate ways. This occurred only one week after the Cardinals fell to the Los Angeles Dodgers within the National League wildcard recreation.
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Shildt took over for Mike Matheny, the present Kansas City Royals supervisor, on an interim foundation again in August 2018. That season, St. Louis received 91 video games, and Shildt was honored because the National League Manager of the Year. The Cardinals superior to the NL Championship Series, however have been ultimately swept by the Washington Nationals.
Last season, the Cardinals went 30-29 throughout the pandemic-shortened season and fell within the wildcard recreation. This 12 months, the Cardinals rolled to a franchise-record, 17-game successful streak, which helped them attain the wildcard recreation as soon as once more.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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