Cardinals 2013 Photo Day: Position Players

Head shots of 27 St. Louis Cardinals position players and four coaches from the team's annual photo day.

The St. Louis Cardinals held their annual photo day on Tuesday, February 19. The first installment of photos posted here at The Cardinal Nation included the pitchers in major league camp as well as five coaches. Now, the position players and the final four coaches follow.

Please click on each player's highlighted name to be taken to his Player Profile page, where more photos, bio information, links to stats, videos and links to all past articles can be found.

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Catching contenders (4): Yadier Molina, Tony Cruz, J.R. Towles, Rob Johnson
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Other catchers (4): Adam Ehrlich, Audry Perez, Jesus Montero, Cody Stanley
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Projected infield starters (4): Allen Craig, Daniel Descalso, Rafael Furcal, David Freese
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Other infielders (4): Matt Carpenter, Ty Wigginton, Ronny Cedeno, Pete Kozma
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Infield prospects (4): Matt Adams, Kolten Wong, Ryan Jackson, Greg Garcia
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Outfielders (4): Matt Holliday, Jon Jay, Carlos Beltran, Shane Robinson
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Outfield challengers (3): Adron Chambers, Justin Christian, Oscar Taveras
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Coaches (hitting and bases) (4): John Mabry, Bengie Molina, Chris Maloney, Jose Oquendo

Not pictured: Starlin Rodriguez. All photos were taken by Steve Mitchell of USA TODAY Sports Images.

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