• Five commemorative "Musial 6" jerseys worn by hockey players from the St. Louis Blues will be sold through an online auction. Bidding began Friday and ends at 3 p.m. CT on Feb. 25. These special No. 6 jerseys were worn by the Blues before the team's Jan. 27 game. Musial had died a week earlier at 92.
The jerseys up for auction belonged to Blues players David Perron, Brian Elliott, Kris Russell, Ian Cole and Jamie Langenbrunner. All proceeds raised will go to Cardinals Care. For more information about the auction, or to make a bid, visit cardinals.com/musialauction.
• Right-hander Carlos Martinez and infielder Ronny Cedeno were the only two absentees from camp Friday, which was the first day of full-squad workouts for the Cardinals. Reliever Marc Rzepczynski showed up but went home early because of an illness.
• One of the highlights of Friday's workouts was a bunting competition, which was run by bench coach Mike Aldrete. The pitchers each had 10 chances to bunt balls within a certain boundary that began at the lip of the grass and went a few feet further. Trevor Rosenthal emerged the winner from the first group of pitchers. Victor Marte took the second competition.