Thursday, June 22, 2017
Former Cardinals Playing In MLB 6-21-17: Mark Reynolds Doubles & Hits A Solo Home Run; Matt Holliday Hits A Solo Home Run; Rich Hill Strikes Out Eight, Allows One Run, & Drives In One Run over Five Innings For The Win
Peter Bourjos (former St. Louis-Tampa Bay) started in centerfield and batted eighth. 2-for-4 with one run and one strikeout.
Tampa Bay beat Cincinnati 8-3
Max Scherzer (former 2003 draft selection-Washington) started and pitched eight innings. He allowed two hits, two unearned runs, one walk, hit one batter, threw one wild pitch, and stuck 11 out for the losing decision (8-5). 1-for-2 at the plate. (p-s:121-85)(g/f:10-2)
Kyle Barraclough (former Springfield-Miami) entered in the eighth and pitched one inning. He allowed no hits or runs, one walk, threw one wild pitch, and struck one out for the winning decision (3-1). (p-s:18-10)(g/f:1-0)(ir-s:1-0)
Miami beat Washington 2-1
Joe Kelly (former St. Louis-Boston) entered in the seventh and pitched to three batters. He allowed no hits or runs, and one walk for the hold (8). (p-s:13-9)(g/f:0-1)(ir-s:2-0)
Ian Kennedy (former 2003 draft selection-Kansas City) started and pitched 4.2 innings. He allowed three hits, four runs (two earned), two home runs, three walks (one intentional), one throwing error, and struck four out. (p-s:89-54)(g/f:3-3)
Kansas City beat Boston 6-4
Allen Cordoba (former Johnson City-San Diego) entered late in the game as a pinch hitter and batted ninth. 0-for-1 at the plate.
Jon Jay (former St. Louis-Chicago-N) entered late in the game in right field and batted eighth. 0-for-1 with one strikeout.
San Diego beat Chicago-N 3-2
Ruben Tejada (former St. Louis-Baltimore) entered late in the game at shortstop and batted ninth. 0-for-2 with one strikeout.
Cleveland beat Baltimore 5-1
Albert Pujols (former St. Louis-Anaheim) started as designated hitter and batted third. 0-for-4 with one strikeout.
Matt Holliday (former St. Louis-New York-A) started at first base and batted fourth. 2-for-4 with one home run, one two-out RBI, two runs, and one fielding error.
New York-A beat Anaheim 8-4
Edubray Ramos (former VSL-Philadelphia) entered in the tenth and pitched to three batters. He allowed one hit, two earned runs, one intentional walk, one balk, and struck one out for the losing decision (0-6). (p-s:9-5)
St. Louis beat Philadelphia 7-6 in 10 innings
Matt Adams started at first base and batted fifth. 1-for-4 with one home run, two RBIs, one run, one stolen base, one strikeout, and assisted in one double play.
Sam Freeman (former St. Louis-Atlanta) entered in the tenth and pitched 1.1 innings. He allowed one hit, no runs, and struck one out. (p-s:21-14)(g/f:1-1)
Atlanta beat San Francisco 5-3 in 11 innings
David Freese (former St. Louis-Pittsburgh) started at third base and batted fourth. 0-for-4 with three strikeouts.
Milwaukee beat Pittsburgh 4-3
David Peralta (former Johnson City-Arizona) started in right field and batted second. 4-for-5 with one RBI, four runs, and one walk.
Jeremy Hazelbaker (former St. Louis-Arizona) entered late in the game in right field and batted fourth. One walk at the plate.
Daniel Descalso (former St. Louis-Arizona) started in left field and moved to third base, batting sixth. 0-for-6 with one strikeout, grounded into one double play, and one fielding error.
Mark Reynolds (former St. Louis-Colorado) started at first base and batted fourth. 2-for-3 with one double, one home run, one RBI, one run, one walk, one strikeout, and assisted in one double play.
Arizona beat Colorado 16-5
Luke Gregerson (former Springfield-Houston) entered in the seventh and pitched to two batters. he allowed no hits or runs for the hold (12). (p-s:5-3)(g/f:2-0)(ir-s:2-1)
Houston beat Oakland 5-1
Rich Hill (former Memphis-Los Angeles) started and pitched five innings. He allowed four hits, one earned run, one home run, three walks, threw one wild pitch, and struck eight out for the winning decision (4-3). 0-for-1 with one RBI and one sac fly. (p-s:98-58)(g/f:2-2)
Los Angeles beat New York-N 8-2