The St. Louis Cardinals weren't happy to hear that Kolten Wong would rather be traded than be part of a platoon.

"Overall, we've had a very positive camp, and I certainly don't want someone's comments to bring us down," John Mozeliak said.

Wong was batting just .184 with a .558 OPS entering Wednesday's Grapefruit League finale. The Cardinals could pair the left-handed hitting Wong with the right-handed Jedd Gyorko.

The club signed Wong, 26, to a five-year, $25.5 million contract extension last spring.

"I just feel like, you know, my time here, it's almost limited," Wong told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "So, we will see what happens. I don't know what's going on. No one has told me anything. I'm just working hard, doing what I've got to do to get myself ready for whatever happens."