St. Louis Post-Dispatch "The Cardinals played for the 13th straight day on Sunday in a stretch which will reach 20 before they get a break between Pittsburgh and Cleveland next week. High-energy second baseman Kolten Wong had started each of the first 12 and played every inning but the 11th inning Saturday, so manager..." May 04
Wong to DL (shoulder). Robinson coming up. #cardinals
Soreness in left shoulder is reason for Wong’s departure. #stlcards
Mozeliak on Wong: "We may make a decision on that in the near future as well." Hitting .344, had four RBIs today. Is banging on the door.
Kolten Wong has been recalled by the #STLCards. Greg Garcia optioned to Memphis.
MLB.com "The Cardinals may have jump-started their offense on Sunday, but that apparently didn't stop the organization from adding two players on Monday as the club seeks a sustained spark. Outfielder Randal Grichuk and infielder Greg Garcia will join the Cardinals for their series against Milwaukee...." April 28
MLB.com "Kolten Wong stood by his locker, answering question after question. He answered them all candidly, emotionally, sincerely, showing poise well beyond his years and experience. That was Wong's World Series experience following Game 4 against the Red Sox, having to face the music after getting..." January 20
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "As they met this week with agents for free-agent infielders who have caught their eye this winter, the Cardinals acknowledged that whatever they could offer in salary or interest they couldn’t match in the key part of any sales pitch. They don’t have playing time to guarantee. They have a..." December 12
Mo on getting Wong 500 at-bats at 2B in 2014: 'that is absolutely what we’re looking at right now.' #stlcards
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "The World Series had another bizarre ending — this time, a pickoff at first base. One day after the Cardinals walked off (tripped off?) with a win on an obstruction call, Game 4 ended Sunday night with St. Louis pinch-runner Kolten Wong caught leaning. Wong, his eyes red after the game, took..." October 28
Boston Globe "The situation was playing out as well as the Cardinals could have asked for. A day after scoring the chaotic and gutsy winning run in Game 3, Allen Craig was again at the plate to pinch hit, and his one-out 370-foot single off Koji Uehara gave the Cardinals life down two runs in the..." October 28