The St. Louis Cardinals finally came to terms with left handed reliever Trever Miller, and there are reports that the the Cardinals have traded with San Diego for shortstop Khalil Greene.
Greene hit .213 with 10 home runs and 35 RBIs in 105 games last season after hitting 27 home runs and driving in 97 runs in 2007. He’s been a much better hitter (.270, 50 home runs) away from spacious PETCO Park than he was playing at home (.225, 30 home runs).
In return, the Padres will get two relief pitchers in return, but no names have surfaced.
As far as Miller , he will answer the lefty bullpen issue for the Cardinals after he signed a one year deal. The 35 year old was ready to sign a two year deal two weeks ago, but the team found some damage in his shoulder labrum, so the deal was cut to one year around the $2 million mark.