Saturday, March 18, 2017

Former Cardinals Playing In MLB Spring Training 3-18-17: Luis Perdomo Strikes Out Three & Allowed One Run Over Five Innings; Albert Pujols Singles Twice & Drives In Two Runs; Matt Belisle Strikes Out Three Of Four Batters Faced



David Washington (former Memphis-Baltimore) entered late in the game at first base and assisted in one double play.
Jayson Aquino (former waiver claim-Baltimore) entered in the fifth and pitched two innings.  He allowed one hit, no runs, and struck one out.  (g/f:3-2)

Ruben Tejada (former St. Louis-New York-A) started at shortstop and batted seventh.  1-for-2 with one run and one walk.
Donovan Solano (former Memphis-New York-A) started at third base and batted ninth.  0-for-2 at the plate.

Baltimore beat New York-A 5-4

Allen Craig (former St. Louis-Boston) entered late in the game in left field and batted second.  0-for-2 with one run and two strikeouts.

Matt Belisle (former St. Louis-Minnesota) entered in the eighth and pitched one inning.  He allowed one hit, no runs, and struck three out.

Boston beat Minnesota 12-5

Efren Navarro (former Memphis-Detroit) started at first base and batted seventh.  1-for-3 with one run and one strikeout.
Brendan Ryan (former St. Louis-Detroit) started at second base and batted eighth.  1-for-3 with one run and one strikeout.
Zach Cox (former Memphis-Detroit) entered late in the game at second base and batted eighth.  0-for-2 at the plate.

Blaine Boyer (former St. Louis-Atlanta) entered in the fourth and pitched 1.1 innings.  He allowed no hits or runs, one walk, and struck two out.  (g/f:0-1)(ir-s:2-0)

Detroit beat Atlanta 7-5

Peter Mooney (former 2010 draft selection-Miami) entered late in the game at shortstop and batted sixth.  1-for-1 and one fielding error.
Ryan Jackson (former St. Louis-Miami) started at second base and batted eighth.  1-for-3 with one strikeout.

Detroit beat Miami 5-4

Ty Kelly (former Memphis-New York-N) started at third base and batted leadoff.  0-for-3 with two strikeouts.

New York-N beat St. Louis 5-4

Michael McKenry (former St. Louis-Tampa Bay) started as designated hitter and batted sixth.  0-for-4 with three strikeouts.

Michael Ohlman (former Memphis-Toronto) entered late in the game as designated hitter and batted third.  0-for-2 with one RBI and one strikeout.

Tampa Bay beat Toronto 3-2

Chris Narveson (former St. Louis-Cleveland) entered in the eighth and pitched three innings.  He allowed five hits, four earned runs, three home runs, and struck two out for the losing decision (0-2).  (g/f:5-0)

Texas beat Cleveland 8-4

Jon Jay (former St. Louis-Chicago-N) started in left field and batted eighth.  1-for-3 with one double.

Michael Blazek (former St. Louis-Milwaukee) entered in the second  and pitched one inning.  He allowed one hit and one earned run.  (g/f:3-0)

Milwaukee beat Chicago-N 13-7

Brayan Pena (former St. Louis-Kansas City) entered late in the game at first base and batted eighth.  0-for-1 and assisted in one double play.

Cleveland and Kansas City tied 4-4

Brett Wallace (former Memphis-San Diego) started at first base and batted seventh.  1-for-3 with two strikeouts and assisted in one double play.
Jamie Romak (former Memphis-San Diego) entered late in the game as a pinch hitter and batted ninth.  1-for-2 with one double.
Luis Perdomo (former Palm Beach-San Diego) started and pitched five innings.  He allowed three hits, one earned run, three walks, threw one wild pitch, and struck three out.  0-for-1 at the plate.  (g/f:5-5)

Oakland beat San Diego 2-1

Mark Reynolds (former St. Louis-Colorado) started at first base and moved to third base, batting third.  0-for-3 with two strikeouts.
Jason Motte (former St. Louis-Colorado) entered in the seventh and pitched one inning.  He allowed two hits, two earned runs, and one home run.  (g/f:2-0)

Albert Pujols (former St. Louis-Anaheim) started as designated hitter and batted third.  2-for-3 with one two-out RBI and one strikeout.
Shane Robinson (former St. Louis-Anaheim) entered late in the game in right field and batted sixth.  0-for-1 at the plate.
Matt Williams (former Memphis-Anaheim) entered late in the game at shortstop and assisted in one double play.

Anaheim beat Colorado 9-3

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