Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
2 days ago

Moss is out of the lineup Friday against the Cubs.

EDGE Analysis

The Cardinals will opt to give Matt Adams the nod at first base and Kolten Wong the start in left field Friday, leaving Moss as the odd man out. Despite posting his highest K-rate of his career in a full season (30.9 percent), Moss is three homers shy of tying his career-high mark of 30, hit in 2013 with the A's.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
2 weeks ago

Moss homered, scored twice and tallied two RBI in a 2-for-3 game Tuesday against the Cubs.

EDGE Analysis

Moss was a brutal 4-for-52 with 17 strikeouts over 19 games since his last home runs, both of which came August 25 against the Mets. With 26 home runs in 112 games, Moss has his highest total since he hit 30 in 145 games for the Athletics in 2013. With Matt Holliday still on the disabled list, look for Moss to be in the Cardinals lineup most days down the stretch, giving him a real shot at 30 home runs for just the second time in his career.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
2 weeks ago

Moss is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the Cubs.

EDGE Analysis

Moss is a woeful 2-for-48 (.042) in 14 games since Aug. 27, so manager Mike Matheny decided to hold him out Monday night. Jeremy Hazelbaker will get the start in left field in Moss' place.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
3 weeks ago

Moss will get the day of Monday against the Pirates.

EDGE Analysis

The Cardinals will go with a starting outfield of Stephen Piscotty, Randal Grichuk and Jeremy Hazelbaker as Moss sits for the first time since last Tuesday's matchup with Milwaukee. Moss is coming off of a month in which he hit .272, but he's 0-for-10 at the plate in three September games.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
4 weeks ago

Moss is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Brewers.

EDGE Analysis

Moss is sizzling this month with an .891 OPS, but he will get a day off after going 1-for-11 with five strikeouts over his last three games. With Moss opening on the bench, the Cardinals will give Tommy Pham the start in left field, and use Matt Carpenter at first base.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
1 month ago

Moss went 2-for-5 with a pair of homers and three RBI in a loss against the Mets on Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

The Cards were getting blown out by a 7-0 tally, but soon after Mets starter Seth Lugo left the game with five scoreless innings and a calf cramp, Moss narrowed the gap with a two-run homer, sparking a late rally; he went on to complement that with a solo shot two innings later. He's been providing a pretty hefty dose of power for fantasy owners lately, having homered seven times with 13 RBI and 11 runs over the last 12 games.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
1 month ago

Moss (illness) is back in the lineup Saturday against the Phillies.

EDGE Analysis

The Cardinals were forced to scratch Moss on Friday as he was under the weather, but apparently he's feeling better already, well enough to return to the lineup anyway. Moss has hit five home runs since his early-August return from the DL, bringing his total on the season to 22. He still has a chance to approach his career-high of 30 home runs established in 2013.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
1 month ago

Moss (undisclosed) was scratched from Friday's lineup.

EDGE Analysis

The Cardinals have yet to announce the reason behind Moss being scratched Friday, but the fact of the matter is that Matt Carpenter will be sliding over to first base and Yadier Molina will bat cleanup in Moss' place. A further update on Moss' status figures to be made available before first pitch of Friday's contest.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
1 month ago

Moss went 2-for-5 with a three-run homer in a 8-2 victory over the Astros on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

The 32-year-old has a modest four-game hitting streak and three straight multi-hit games. He is 4-for-9 (.444) with a homer, four RBI and two runs in the first two games of this series versus Houston. Moss also has four homers since Aug. 11. He has gone deep 22 times in 281 at-bats this season.

Brandon Moss
1B/LF/RF/DH STL
2 months ago

Moss was activated from the DL earlier on Tuesday, and came back with a 3-for-5 and a home run effort in a late 7-5 loss against the Reds.

EDGE Analysis

Moss showed no effects of the ankle injury that held him out for most of July, hitting his 18th homer of the season in his first game back. Moss played left field, right field, and first base over the course of the game, and has split time pretty evenly across those positions over the course of the season. The Cardinals did not make any splashy additions to their lineup at the trade deadline, so it looks as though Moss will be a centerpiece of the Cardinals lineup moving forward.