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Jason Heyward

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Jason Heyward Must Star for Cardinals' World Series Hopes, His Own Mega-Contract

Through a season full of injuries and, at times, uncertainty, Jason Heyward was a constant.

Jason Heyward Injury: Updates on Cardinals Star's Hamstring and Return

With the exception of a broken jaw suffered in 2013, St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Jason Heyward has been fairly durable since making his MLB debut in 2010. However, he left Monday's game against the San Francisco Giants after the second inning with a hamstring injury.

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Cardinals' Jason Heyward Makes Falling No-Look Catch While Battling Sun

Jason Heyward doesn’t need his sense of sight to play right field for the St. Louis Cardinals—he only needs touch.

With the sun in his eyes and the baseball gods on his side, Heyward made a no-look grab in the top of the eighth inning as his team held a 3-2 advantage on Saturday.

Jason Heyward-Shelby Miller Blockbuster Trade a Win-Win Move Each Had to Make

Major League Baseball's offseason went from a simmering stove to a burning-hot one in no time at all by midday Monday.

MLB Rumors: Latest Buzz Surrounding Jon Lester, Jason Heyward and More

The MLB offseason figures to be a busy one for many teams across the league, and we can expect to see many familiar faces in new places once the dust settles.

Potential MLB Trade Targets Who Could Be True Franchise Game-Changers

The free-agent market is yet to develop, but it’s only a matter of time until the dominoes will start to fall. When they do, expect the trade market to take shape as well.

Front-of-the-rotation pitchers Max Scherzer, Jon Lester and James Shields headline this year’s crop of free-agent starters, while Pablo Sandoval and Cuban prospect Yasmany Tomas stand out among hitters in a class that’s thin on impact players.

Why Haven't the Atlanta Braves Added Jason Heyward to Wave of Extensions?

After a winter of lavish spending on homegrown, ascending talents, the Atlanta Braves have locked up their young core—Freddie Freeman, Andrelton S

Atlanta Braves Lock Up Freeman and Heyward: Could Andrelton Simmons Be Next?

The Atlanta Braves had a difficult offseason. Star catcher Brian McCann and veteran pitcher Tim Hudson both left Atlanta and instead of replacing those players, the Braves stood pat.

Fans were restless.

Jason Heyward and Braves Agree on 2-Year Contract to Avoid Arbitration

Jason Heyward has yet to live up to the lofty expectations bestowed upon him as a rookie in 2010, but the Atlanta Braves ensured that he will continue to develop in their organization by signing the young outfielder to a two-year contract in an effort to avoid arbitration, according to SportsCenter on Twitter:

Final Predictions for MLB Players Headed for Arbitration Hearings

In baseball terms, "file and trial" is a way of describing teams willing to go through the arbitration-hearing process with their young, ascending talents. With salary numbers exchanged, the real fun begins for the players still without a final salary for the 2014 MLB season.

As the season approaches, the following players have one more hurdle to clear before workouts, exhibition games and preparation for the 2014 season can commence: a battle for salary against their employers.


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