St. Lewis – Cardinals Put the Star Mask Molina runs On the bereavement Monday list.
The move comes a day after Molina made his football debut, working in the ninth inning of his 18-4 win over Pittsburgh. He allowed a pair of creeps and four runs while completing the Cardinals’ three-game sweep.
The 39-year-old Molina hits 0.239 with two homers and eight RBIs in 26 games in what will likely be his last season in the league.
Rookie Rookie Evan Herrera It was called from Triple-A Memphis. One of the best odds in the organization, 21-year-old Herrera made a .310 with two home runs and a 13 RBI for Memphis.
Also on Monday, the cardinals laid down their left hand Stephen Matz On the list of injured for 15 days due to shoulder and player collision Dylan Carlson On the 10-day list of injured people due to a strain in the left hamstring.
Matz only lasted four pitches on Sunday in his game against the Buccaneers before suffering a stiffness in his left shoulder. It’s been an up and down season for Matz, adding a free agent this season from the Toronto Blue Jays. He entered on Sunday with a 3-3 mark and 6.03 pm.
Carlson, who has scored 0.247 with two home runs and 11 RBIs in 39 games this season, has been placed in IL retroactively through Saturday.
As the cardinals chose Angel Rondon (1-0) to Triple-A Memphis on Monday. Rondon only allowed one hit in five rounds into Matz’s rest on Sunday to claim his first major win, writing off four and running three.
Also on Monday, Cardinals summoned the left hand Matthew Liberator and defensive player Lars Notbar from Memphis. The Liberator, one of the Cardinals’ best, made his league debut on Saturday against the Buccaneers. He allowed four runs on seven by three strokes and walked twice in 4 strokes during that start.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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