Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Former Cardinals Playing In MLB 6-19-17: Matt Adams Singles, Homers, & Drives In Two Runs; Kyle Barraclough Strikes Out Three Over One Scoreless Inning; David Freese Singles Twice & Walks
David Washington (former Memphis-Baltimore) entered late in the game in right field and batted seventh. 0-for-1 with one strikeout.
Ruben Tejada (former St. Louis-Baltimore) started at shortstop and moved to third base, batting ninth. 0-for-3 at the plate.
Cleveland beat Baltimore 12-0
Kyle Barraclough (former Springfield-Miami) entered in the eighth and pitched one inning. He allowed one hit, no runs, and struck three out. (p-s:20-13)
Miami beat Washington 8-7
Matt Adams (former St. Louis-Atlanta) started at first base and batted fifth. 2-for-4 with one home run, two RBIs (one w/two-outs), and two runs.
Atlanta beat San Francisco 9-0
David Freese (former St. Louis-Pittsburgh) started at third base and batted fourth. 2-for-4 with one run, one walk, and one strikeout.
Pittsburgh beat Milwaukee 8-1
Jon Jay (former St. Louis-Chicago-N) started in right field and moved to left, batting ninth. 1-for-2 with one walk and grounded into one double play.
Chicago-N beat San Diego 3-2
Carlos Beltran (former St. Louis-Houston) started as designated hitter and batted fifth. 0-for-4 with one strikeout.
John Axford (former St. Louis-Oakland) entered in the eighth and pitched one inning. He allowed one hit, one earned run, one home run, and one walk. (p-s:21-13)(g/f:3-0)
Houston beat Oakland 4-1
Sam Gaviglio (former Springfield-Seattle) started and pitched five innings. He allowed three hits, two earned runs, four walks, and struck one out. (p-s:84-46)(g/f:8-3)
Steve Cishek (former St. Louis-Seattle) entered in the sixth and pitched to four batters. He allowed one hit, no runs, and one walk. (p-s:19-11)(g/f:2-0)
Seattle beat Detroit 6-2
Fernando Salas (former St. Louis-New York-N) entered in the seventh and pitched one inning. He allowed four hits, two earned runs, one home run, and struck three out. (p-s:34-23)
Los Angeles beat New York-N 10-6