Regardless of a team-record 17-game successful streak that carried them to an MLB wild-card berth, Mike Shildt is out as supervisor of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak introduced the transfer Thursday, citing “philosophical variations.”
Shildt had guided the Cardinals to the playoffs thrice, together with in 2021, after they rode their September successful streak to a 90-72 end. St. Louis misplaced to the Los Angeles Dodgers within the wild-card sport.
The 53-year-old Shildt had been signed by 2022 after reaching a three-year contract extension following the 2019 season.
Shildt was 252-199 in three-plus seasons with St. Louis. He led the Cardinals to the Nationwide League Central title in 2019, however they had been swept within the NL Championship Sequence by the Washington Nationals. His crew additionally misplaced a wild-card collection to the San Diego Padres in 2020.
He grew to become the fiftieth supervisor in Cardinals historical past in July 2018 when he was given the job on an interim foundation after Mike Matheny was fired. The membership eliminated the interim tag a month later.
Shildt, who by no means performed within the minors or majors, joined the Cardinals group in 2004. The North Carolina native spent most of that point managing within the minors and was a member of the crew’s main league teaching employees for 2 seasons earlier than being named supervisor.
The Related Press contributed to this report.