Friday, May 12, 2017

Michael Wacha Assures Everyone He Is Healthy; Jose Martinez Has Resumed Hitting; Tyler Lyons Expects To Make Another Start At Triple-A Memphis; Jhonny Peralta Headed To Memphis To Continue Rehab & Stephen Piscotty Most Likely To Start Rehab At Double-A Springfield As Soon As Monday

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With Dexter Fowler back in the lineup after convincing himself and the team that he's ready for full-speed action in center field, the Cardinals have quite the pinch-runner and defensive specialist available on the bench in rookie Magneuris Sierra.
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The Cardinals, suffering from a jam-packed disabled list, are on the verge of returning some of those names to action. Dexter Fowler is back in the lineup against his former team, and at least two more players could return as soon as next week.

Seeking to avoid the midseason shutdowns that interrupted Michael Wacha's 2014 and '16 seasons, the Cardinals have decided to skip him on this turn through the rotation to build in extra rest.
St. Louis Official Site

Besides the return of Dexter Fowler to the starting lineup, the St. Louis Cardinals are getting healthier and have a number of players close to being activated from the disabled list. Back from a rehab assignment at Palm Beach (A), Jhonny Peralta took some ground balls and worked out with the team this afternoon.
STL Baseball Weekly

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