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Cardinals Make Their First Move of the Offseason, Adding a Familiar Face

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The St. Louis Cardinals signed free-agent starting pitcher, Lance Lynn on a one-year contract with a club option that guarantees around $10 million. Lance Lynn is 36-years-old, he was drafted by the Cardinals. He spent 2023 with the Chicago White Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers.


Lance Lynn is coming off of one of his worst seasons of his career. Lynn started in 32 games, he pitched 183.2 IP, and posted a record of 13-11. Lynn had a 5.73 ERA, 191 SO, and a WHIP of 1.39. Lance Lynn also let up a career high in home runs with 44 home runs given up.


The Cardinals needed a ton of help at starting pitching. The Cardinals biggest problem last year was starting pitching. They needed to address it this offseason, and they already did with this move. Now, they can look to add more and get even better at the starting pitching position.

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