St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Any consideration for a September promotion that the Cardinals planned to give top prospect Oscar Taveras will end next week when the outfielder has surgery to address persisting pain in his right ankle. The procedure will end his season before it had much of a chance to begin. Taveras 21..." August 15
Oscar Taveras to have season-ending surgical procedure on his right ankle next week. Cards expect him to be ready fully for 2014.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Prized outfielder Oscar Taveras who has missed more than two months’ worth of minor-league games because of a high ankle sprain is about ready to resume duty. But Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said Taveras would play initially in the Gulf Coast League or even Florida State League both..." August 12
CBSSports.com "For weeks, you've heard whispers and speculation about a potential blockbuster trade involving Rangers top prospect Jurickson Profar and Cardinals top prospect Oscar Taveras -- the two most highly regarded farmhands in all of baseball. While each player profiles as a future star and each would..." May 03
Cardinals Farm "It was a busy day for the Baby Birds as both the Memphis Redbirds and Springfield Cardinals had double headers. Oscar Taveras hit his second home run of the year in the first game for Memphis and Mike O’Neill reached base in all 8 plate appearances today collecting 6 hits and 2 walks. John Gast..." May 03
The Oklahoman "St. Louis Cardinals star outfield prospect Oscar Taveras has been likened to a left-handed version of Vladimir Guerrero. Starting the season in Triple-A with the Memphis Redbirds, Taveras is ranked the second best hitter in the minors behind Texas Rangers shortstop Jurickson Profar. The..." May 03
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "The Cardinals will take all remaining players in camp to today’s spring finale against the Mets in Port St. Lucie, Fla., and then make the final trims of spring before flying to Phoenix. One of those cuts, barring injury, will be outfielder Oscar Taveras, the team’s top prospect. Taveras,..." March 29