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2014 Major League Stats: 2 G, 1.0 IP, 4 ER, 5 H, 2 BB 2014 Minor League Stats: 3.15 ERA, 48 G, 60.0 IP, 1.25 WHIP in A/AA/AAA 2015 Role: Reliever for Triple-A Memphis A fast riser this season, Samuel Tuivailala started his season with High A Palm Beach. He got promoted in July to Double-A Springfield and then briefly to Triple-A Memphis at the end of the season. Once Memphis’ … Continue reading
2014 Major League stats: 0-for-2, 2 K 2014 Minor League stats: .324/.395/.491, 10 HR, 44 RBI in 104 games in AAA 2015 Role: Outfield for Triple-A Memphis Tommy Pham parlayed a career minor league season into a September call-up this year. After hitting .286 between Springfield and Memphis last season, he broke out this year in a crowded Memphis outfield that included at times Oscar Taveras, Randal Grichuk, and Stephen Piscotty. … Continue reading
2014 Major League Stats: 1 PA, 1 BB 2014 Minor League Stats: .292/.298/.419, 6 HR, 33 RBI in 62 games in AAA 2015 Role: Catcher in the minor leagues Audry Perez made his Major League debut this season with the Cardinals as a stop-gap until the team figured out what to do after Yadier Molina went down with injury. He only managed to play two innings behind the plate during this … Continue reading
2014 Major League Stats: 0.00 ERA, 1 G, 1 IP, 1.000 WHIP 2014 Minor League Stats: 3.03 ERA, 51 G, 62.1 IP, 1.27 WHIP in AAA 2015 Role: Reliever for Triple-A Memphis Jorge Rondon made the trip to St. Louis a few times this season, yet only found his way out of the bullpen once where he walked a batter, but otherwise threw a quiet inning of work. Despite being … Continue reading
The Cardinals found themselves down four runs early in Tuesday night’s game in San Francisco, thanks to a misplayed ball by Randal Grichuk in the bottom of the first. But it was Grichuk’s home run in the top of the seventh that pulled the Cardinals even with the Giants with two innings of regulation baseball yet to play. Neither team would score and that would send the game into extras. There’s … Continue reading