It’s been years since the St. Louis Cardinals developed a quality Major League shortstop. While guys like Brendan Ryan and Pete Kozma have been one dimensional players at short, their offensive skills forced the Cardinals to sign Jhonny Peralta to provide value on both sides of the ball. Having last drafted a shortstop in the first round in 2007, the Redbirds a gaping organizational hole to fill. Enter Oscar Mercado. St. Louis hopes Mercado is their shortstop of the future.
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