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Cardinals activate Brett Cecil from disabled list

Lefty reliever Tyler Webb optioned to Triple-A Memphis

ST. LOUIS, MO - The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have activated left-handed pitcher Brett Cecil (right foot inflammation) from the 10-day disabled list. The team also announced that left-handed reliever Tyler Webb was optioned to Memphis (AAA) following last night's game.

Cecil, 32, logged four scoreless innings over four appearances in his recent injury rehabilitation assignment with Memphis, allowing just two hits. The veteran reliever has appeared in 27 games with the Cardinals this season, totaling 23.2 innings pitched. Cecil had been sidelined since July 23, last appearing in a game for St. Louis on July 22 at Chicago.

ST. LOUIS, MO - The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have activated left-handed pitcher Brett Cecil (right foot inflammation) from the 10-day disabled list. The team also announced that left-handed reliever Tyler Webb was optioned to Memphis (AAA) following last night's game.

Cecil, 32, logged four scoreless innings over four appearances in his recent injury rehabilitation assignment with Memphis, allowing just two hits. The veteran reliever has appeared in 27 games with the Cardinals this season, totaling 23.2 innings pitched. Cecil had been sidelined since July 23, last appearing in a game for St. Louis on July 22 at Chicago.

Webb, a waiver claim from the Padres in late June, was unscored upon in his six outings (7.2 IP) with St. Louis. He has a 2.19 ERA in six appearances with Memphis, striking out 13 batters in 12.1 innings pitched.

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Cardinals and On the Run announce $6 ticket offer

Discounted tickets available for three-game series vs. Pirates

The St. Louis Cardinals and On the Run are partnering to present fans with a special discount ticket offer. On sale now, fans can purchase tickets for just $6 to watch the Cardinals take on the Pittsburgh Pirates on August 28-30.

These specially-priced $6 tickets will be available while supplies last. Tickets are limited to eight per customer. To purchase tickets, or for more information, visit cardinals.com/six.

The St. Louis Cardinals and On the Run are partnering to present fans with a special discount ticket offer. On sale now, fans can purchase tickets for just $6 to watch the Cardinals take on the Pittsburgh Pirates on August 28-30.

These specially-priced $6 tickets will be available while supplies last. Tickets are limited to eight per customer. To purchase tickets, or for more information, visit cardinals.com/six.

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Cardinals activate Tyler O'Neill from disabled list

Rookie outfielder Adolis García optioned to Memphis (AAA)

The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have activated rookie outfielder Tyler O'Neill from the 10-day disabled list. The team also announced that rookie outfielder Adolis García was optioned to Memphis (AAA) following last night's game.

O'Neill has appeared in 23 games with the Cardinals this season, batting .309 with 3 HR's and 9 RBI. In 64 games at Memphis, the 23-year-old O'Neill has compiled a .311 batting mark with 26 HR's and 63 RBI.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have activated rookie outfielder Tyler O'Neill from the 10-day disabled list. The team also announced that rookie outfielder Adolis García was optioned to Memphis (AAA) following last night's game.

O'Neill has appeared in 23 games with the Cardinals this season, batting .309 with 3 HR's and 9 RBI. In 64 games at Memphis, the 23-year-old O'Neill has compiled a .311 batting mark with 26 HR's and 63 RBI.

In three games during his recent injury rehabilitation assignment with the triple-A Redbirds, O'Neill was 4-for-13 (.308) with a pair of RBI.   
García, 25, appeared in five games with the Cardinals following his call-up on August 6, and collected his first Major League hit last Friday (Aug. 10) at Kansas City. He's batting .269 with 21 HR's and 67 RBI in 98 games at Memphis this season.

O'Neill wears uniform no. 41. 

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Cardinals announce new Union Appreciation Theme Day

Portion of each theme ticket sold will be donated to St. Louis Labor Council's '$5 For The Fight' fund

ST. LOUIS -- Today the St. Louis Cardinals announced the addition of Union Appreciation Day to the 2018 Theme Ticket schedule. The Cardinals invite all Labor & Trade Union members, families and supporters to start their Labor Day celebration a day early when the Redbirds take on the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday, September 2, at 1:15 p.m.

Fans who purchase the special Theme Ticket will receive a specially-designed "Cardinals Union Proud" t-shirt. Additionally, a portion of each theme ticket sold will be donated to the St. Louis Labor Council's "$5 For The Fight" fund, which supports union members and their families in times of financial hardship. Theme Tickets for Union day start at just $20.

ST. LOUIS -- Today the St. Louis Cardinals announced the addition of Union Appreciation Day to the 2018 Theme Ticket schedule. The Cardinals invite all Labor & Trade Union members, families and supporters to start their Labor Day celebration a day early when the Redbirds take on the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday, September 2, at 1:15 p.m.

Fans who purchase the special Theme Ticket will receive a specially-designed "Cardinals Union Proud" t-shirt. Additionally, a portion of each theme ticket sold will be donated to the St. Louis Labor Council's "$5 For The Fight" fund, which supports union members and their families in times of financial hardship. Theme Tickets for Union day start at just $20.

Fans can purchase tickets for Union Appreciation Day at cardinals.com/union.

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Cardinals purchase infielder Patrick Wisdom

INF/OF Jairo Muñoz placed on 10-day DL; RHP Luke Gregerson transferred to 60-day DL

The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to tonight's game that they have purchased the contract of rookie infielder Patrick Wisdom from Memphis (AAA), and placed rookie infielder/outfielder Yairo Muñoz on the 10-day disabled list (right wrist sprain). The club also announced that it transferred right-handed pitcher Luke Gregerson to the 60-day disabled list.

Wisdom, 26, is batting a career-best .289 (103-for-357) with 14 home runs and 58 RBI in a team-leading 103 games this season for the first-place Redbirds. The 2018 Pacific Coast League Mid-Season All-Star has appeared defensively in 89 games at third base and seven at first.  

The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to tonight's game that they have purchased the contract of rookie infielder Patrick Wisdom from Memphis (AAA), and placed rookie infielder/outfielder Yairo Muñoz on the 10-day disabled list (right wrist sprain). The club also announced that it transferred right-handed pitcher Luke Gregerson to the 60-day disabled list.

Wisdom, 26, is batting a career-best .289 (103-for-357) with 14 home runs and 58 RBI in a team-leading 103 games this season for the first-place Redbirds. The 2018 Pacific Coast League Mid-Season All-Star has appeared defensively in 89 games at third base and seven at first.  

Selected by the Cardinals in the supplemental first round (52nd overall) of the June, 2012 First-Year Player Draft out of St. Mary's College of California, Wisdom has played in 747 career minor league games over seven minor league seasons. In 2017, Wisdom was named a PCL Post-Season All-Star at third base and a was key member of the PCL Champion Redbirds squad, where he was named Championship Series Most Valuable Player.

Wisdom ranks among Redbirds franchise leaders in home runs (50, 4th), RBI (177, 3rd), doubles (69, T6th), extra-base hits (122, 5th), total bases (500, 9th), games played (309, 10th), and at-bats (1,075, 10th).

With his first game appearance, Wisdom, who has been assigned uniform no. 21, will become the eighth player to make his Major League debut for the Cardinals this season, joining Jordan Hicks, Yario Muñoz, Tyler O'Neill, Austin Gomber, Daniel Poncedeleon, Dakota Hudson, and Adolis García.

Muñoz has appeared in 76 games for St. Louis during his Major League debut season, batting .284 (59-for-208) with six home runs and 31 RBI, appearing defensively at six different positions. The 23-year-old ranks among National League rookies in batting (3rd), hits (10th), doubles (12, 9th), RBI (6th), on-base percentage (.348, 4th), slugging percentage (.428, 5th), extra-base hits (18, 10th), and stolen bases (5, 4th). 

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Cardinals extend PDC with State College through 2020

Spikes have posted winning records in every season affiliated with the Cardinals organization and two NY-Penn league titles.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have agreed to a two-year extension of their player development contract (P.D.C.) with the State College (Pa.) Spikes of the New York-Penn League (A). Previously contracted through 2018, the newly-announced extension carries through the 2020 season.  

"We have enjoyed our seven years in State College and are looking forward to many more," said St. Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations, John Mozeliak. "We are grateful to Chuck Greenberg, Jason Dambach, and Scott Walker as they provide a tremendous environment to our players to grow on and off the field."

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have agreed to a two-year extension of their player development contract (P.D.C.) with the State College (Pa.) Spikes of the New York-Penn League (A). Previously contracted through 2018, the newly-announced extension carries through the 2020 season.  

"We have enjoyed our seven years in State College and are looking forward to many more," said St. Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations, John Mozeliak. "We are grateful to Chuck Greenberg, Jason Dambach, and Scott Walker as they provide a tremendous environment to our players to grow on and off the field."

The Spikes opened their affiliation with the Cardinals organization in 2006 and after six years with the Pittsburgh Pirates organization (2007-12), the Cardinals returned to the Nittany Valley and have called State College their New York-Penn League home since 2013.  

The Spikes play their home games at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, which opened in 2006 and share the facility with Penn State University Baseball.  

The Spikes have compiled a 290-216 record (.573), including a winning record at the end of every season they have been affiliated with the Cardinals with three first place finishes posting the top record in the league (2013, 2014 & 2016), and the club record with 50 wins in 2016. The Spikes went on to win New York-Penn League titles in 2014 and 2016.

The Cardinals currently have five players on their Major League roster which played for State College: Harrison Bader (2015), Austin Gomber (2014), Luke Gregerson (2006), Jordan Hicks (2016) and Daniel Poncedeleon (2014).

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Cardinals activate RHP Tyson Ross

RHP John Brebbia optioned to Memphis (AAA)

The St. Louis Cardinals announced that they have activated right-handed pitcher Tyson Ross today and that they had optioned right-handed pitcher John Brebbia to Memphis (AAA) following last night's game. 

Ross, 31, who was claimed off waivers from San Diego on Sunday, is expected to join the St. Louis bullpen. 

The St. Louis Cardinals announced that they have activated right-handed pitcher Tyson Ross today and that they had optioned right-handed pitcher John Brebbia to Memphis (AAA) following last night's game. 

Ross, 31, who was claimed off waivers from San Diego on Sunday, is expected to join the St. Louis bullpen. 

Overall this season, the former 2014 National League All-Star and nine-year veteran right-hander has gone 6-9 with a 4.45 ERA (123.1 IP) and 107 strikeouts in 22 starts with the Padres. Ross has limited opposing batters to a .240 average against (112-466), including a .177 mark (38-215) against right-handed hitters that ranks as the 4th-lowest among all qualified Major League pitchers. 

Brebbia is 1-3 with a 3.83 ERA (40.0 IP), two saves, and 45 strikeouts in 33 games across five stints for St. Louis this season. In six games since his most recent recall on July 21, the 28-year-old has logged a 2.45 ERA and struck out nine over 7.1 innings. 

Ross has been assigned uniform no. 33.

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Cardinals purchase OF Adolis García; OF Tyler O'Neill placed on 10-day DL

ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to tonight's series opener in Miami that they have purchased the contract of rookie outfielder Adolis (ah-DOLE-lees) Garcia from Memphis (AAA), and placed rookie outfielder Tyler O'Neill on the 10-day disabled list (inflammation of the groin area), retroactive to August 4.

García, 25, a minor league free agent signing out of Ciego de Avila, Cuba, in February of 2017, is batting .269 (94-for-350) with 21 HR and 67 RBI in 98 games this season for the first-place Redbirds, ranking 6th in the Pacific Coast League in home runs, T4th in extra-base hits (47), 7th in slugging percentage (.531) and total bases (186), and T9th in RBI.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to tonight's series opener in Miami that they have purchased the contract of rookie outfielder Adolis (ah-DOLE-lees) Garcia from Memphis (AAA), and placed rookie outfielder Tyler O'Neill on the 10-day disabled list (inflammation of the groin area), retroactive to August 4.

García, 25, a minor league free agent signing out of Ciego de Avila, Cuba, in February of 2017, is batting .269 (94-for-350) with 21 HR and 67 RBI in 98 games this season for the first-place Redbirds, ranking 6th in the Pacific Coast League in home runs, T4th in extra-base hits (47), 7th in slugging percentage (.531) and total bases (186), and T9th in RBI.

The red-hot García is the most recent recipient of the PCL Player of the Week and Cardinals Minor League Player of the Month awards.

With his first game appearance, García, who has been assigned uniform no. 28, will become the seventh player to make his Major League debut for the Cardinals this season, joining Jordan Hicks, Yario Muñoz, Tyler O'Neill, Austin Gomber, Daniel Poncedeleon, and Dakota Hudson.

O'Neill has appeared in 23 games for St. Louis during his Major League debut season, batting .309 (17-for-55) with three home runs and nine RBI. Since his most recent recall on July 31, the Canadian outfielder has hit safely in all four games (.636, 7-11).

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Cardinals activate Kolten Wong from DL; outfielder Dexter Fowler placed on 10-day DL

The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to Saturday's game in Pittsburgh that they have activated second baseman Kolten Wong from the 10-day disabled list and placed outfielder Dexter Fowler on the 10-day disabled list with a left foot fracture.

Wong, out since July 22 with a left knee inflammation, has missed 12 games. The second baseman made a one-game injury rehabilitation assignment with Peoria (A) on Thursday, going 0-for-3 with a walk.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to Saturday's game in Pittsburgh that they have activated second baseman Kolten Wong from the 10-day disabled list and placed outfielder Dexter Fowler on the 10-day disabled list with a left foot fracture.

Wong, out since July 22 with a left knee inflammation, has missed 12 games. The second baseman made a one-game injury rehabilitation assignment with Peoria (A) on Thursday, going 0-for-3 with a walk.

Wong is batting .216 with seven home runs and 24 RBI in 91 games this season and ranks among National League leaders with his 13 hit by pitches.

Fowler, 32, injured his left foot in last night's series-opening 7-6 loss in Pittsburgh. This season, Fowler is batting .180 (52-289) with eight home runs and 31 RBI in 90 games.

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Cardinals name Daniel Poncedeleon & Adolis Garcia Minor League Pitcher and Player of the Month

The St. Louis Cardinals announced Saturday their selections for Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Month for July, with outfielder Adolis Garcia (Memphis-AAA) and right-handed pitcher Daniel Poncedeleon (Memphis-AAA) taking the honors.

Poncedeleon, the Cardinals 9th round selection in the 2014 amateur draft out of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, made three starts in the month of July pitching 20.0 scoreless innings for the Redbirds including a one-hit shutout at Omaha on July 15. He currently leads the Pacific Coast League with a 2.15 ERA and ranks eighth in the league with 103 strikeouts.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced Saturday their selections for Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Month for July, with outfielder Adolis Garcia (Memphis-AAA) and right-handed pitcher Daniel Poncedeleon (Memphis-AAA) taking the honors.

Poncedeleon, the Cardinals 9th round selection in the 2014 amateur draft out of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, made three starts in the month of July pitching 20.0 scoreless innings for the Redbirds including a one-hit shutout at Omaha on July 15. He currently leads the Pacific Coast League with a 2.15 ERA and ranks eighth in the league with 103 strikeouts.

The Anaheim, Calif., native was selected to the Triple-A All-Star Game in Columbus, Ohio, and threw a scoreless inning striking out the side. Following his shutout at Omaha, Poncedeleon was recalled to St. Louis for the second time this season and threw seven no-hit innings in his Major League debut at Cincinnati on July 23 before being removed for a pinch-hitter after 116 pitches. He became one of five pitchers since the expansion era began (since 1961) to throw 7.0 or more no-hit innings in his Major League debut.

"Daniel's selection of Pitcher of the Month was highlighted by his complete game one-hitter at Omaha on July 15 with his recall to St. Louis at the end of the month," stated Cardinals Director of Player Development Gary LaRocque.

Garcia, 25, a minor league free agent signing out of Ciego de Avila, Cuba, in February of 2017, batted .354 (34-96) with 10 home runs, 25 RBI, eight doubles, a triple and posted a 1.145 OPS in 25 games for Memphis.

The Redbirds right fielder finished the month on a 10-game hit streak and has extended that mark to 13 games (25- 58, .431) as of August 3. On July 26, Garcia smacked three home runs at Salt Lake and drove in eight runs. The three-home game marked the second Redbirds player to accomplish the feat in 2018 and the seventh in club history, while the eight RBI tied the club record which had not been matched in 11 years.

Garcia was one of five players to hit 10 or more home runs in the month of July in Minor League Baseball. On the 2018 season, Garcia is currently batting .272 with 21 HR and 66 RBI in 96 games, ranking 6th in the Pacific Coast League in home runs and 8th in RBI.

"Adolis' outstanding offensive month helped Memphis to a 19-8 record," credited LaRocque.

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Cardinals add four new dates to 2018 theme calendar

Tickets on sale now for BBQ Night, Fredbird's Birthday Party, Memphis Redbirds Night & College Night III


The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the addition of four new Theme Nights for the 2018 season.

We're firing up the grills for the first-ever BBQ Night, presented by Q in the Lou on Monday, August 13. Fans who purchase a special Theme Ticket will get to sample some free BBQ in the Busch II Infield at Ballpark Village and take home an exclusive Cardinals BBQ Apron. 

On Sunday, September 2, the Cardinals will host Fredbird's Birthday Party at Busch Stadium. With the purchase of a special Theme Ticket, fans young and young at heart will join Fredbird and his mascot friends for a special VIP pregame birthday party and lots of great photo opportunities in Cunningham Corner. Lunch and dessert will be included, and each guest will take home a Cardinals goodie bag. Mascot friends scheduled to join the party include Louie (St. Louis Blues), Mr. Met (Mets), Gapper (Reds), Paws (Tigers), Wally (Red Sox) and Bearemy (Build-A-Bear Workshop). 

On Wednesday, September 26, the Cardinals will celebrate their Triple-A affiliate's 2017 championship season with Memphis Redbirds Night. Fans who purchase a special Theme Ticket will receive a replica 2017 Pacific Coast League Championship Ring, just like the players received for their record-setting season. 

As the school year kicks into gear, the Cardinals invite all college students to Busch Stadium for one last summer bash at College Night III presented by WGU Missouri. All fans that purchase a special $20 Theme Ticket for the game on Monday, September 24, against the Milwaukee Brewers, will receive an exclusive Cardinals quarter-zip sweatshirt.  

Fans can purchase tickets for these Theme Nights and view the remaining 2018 Theme schedule at cardinals.com/theme. #CardsTheme


The St. Louis Cardinals have announced the addition of four new Theme Nights for the 2018 season.

We're firing up the grills for the first-ever BBQ Night, presented by Q in the Lou on Monday, August 13. Fans who purchase a special Theme Ticket will get to sample some free BBQ in the Busch II Infield at Ballpark Village and take home an exclusive Cardinals BBQ Apron. 

On Sunday, September 2, the Cardinals will host Fredbird's Birthday Party at Busch Stadium. With the purchase of a special Theme Ticket, fans young and young at heart will join Fredbird and his mascot friends for a special VIP pregame birthday party and lots of great photo opportunities in Cunningham Corner. Lunch and dessert will be included, and each guest will take home a Cardinals goodie bag. Mascot friends scheduled to join the party include Louie (St. Louis Blues), Mr. Met (Mets), Gapper (Reds), Paws (Tigers), Wally (Red Sox) and Bearemy (Build-A-Bear Workshop). 

On Wednesday, September 26, the Cardinals will celebrate their Triple-A affiliate's 2017 championship season with Memphis Redbirds Night. Fans who purchase a special Theme Ticket will receive a replica 2017 Pacific Coast League Championship Ring, just like the players received for their record-setting season. 

As the school year kicks into gear, the Cardinals invite all college students to Busch Stadium for one last summer bash at College Night III presented by WGU Missouri. All fans that purchase a special $20 Theme Ticket for the game on Monday, September 24, against the Milwaukee Brewers, will receive an exclusive Cardinals quarter-zip sweatshirt.  

Fans can purchase tickets for these Theme Nights and view the remaining 2018 Theme schedule at cardinals.com/theme. #CardsTheme

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Cardinals and Community Coffee announce $5 ticket offer

Discounted tickets available for four game weekday series vs. Nationals

The St. Louis Cardinals and Community Coffee are teaming up once again to present fans with a special discount ticket offer. On sale now, fans can purchase tickets for just $5 to watch the Cardinals square off against the Washington Nationals on August 13-16.

These specially-priced $5 tickets will be available while supplies last. Tickets are limited to eight per customer. 

The St. Louis Cardinals and Community Coffee are teaming up once again to present fans with a special discount ticket offer. On sale now, fans can purchase tickets for just $5 to watch the Cardinals square off against the Washington Nationals on August 13-16.

These specially-priced $5 tickets will be available while supplies last. Tickets are limited to eight per customer. 

To purchase tickets, or for more information, visit cardinals.com/communitycoffee. Community Coffee is the proud coffee partner of the St. Louis Cardinals.
 

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Cardinals Complete Deal with Cleveland

Redbirds Acquire Two Outfielders for Memphis (AAA) Outfielder Oscar Mercado

The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have acquired minor league outfielders Conner Capel and Jhon Torres from the Cleveland Indians in exchange for Memphis (AAA) outfielder Oscar Mercado.

Capel, 21, a left-handed hitting centerfielder, was batting .261 with 6 home runs, 44 RBI and 15 stolen bases in 89 games for Lynchburg (A) this season, earning Carolina League All-Star honors. The 6-1, 185-pound Katy, Texas native was a 5th round draft selection by the Indians in 2016. He's the son of former Major League pitcher Mike Capel.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have acquired minor league outfielders Conner Capel and Jhon Torres from the Cleveland Indians in exchange for Memphis (AAA) outfielder Oscar Mercado.

Capel, 21, a left-handed hitting centerfielder, was batting .261 with 6 home runs, 44 RBI and 15 stolen bases in 89 games for Lynchburg (A) this season, earning Carolina League All-Star honors. The 6-1, 185-pound Katy, Texas native was a 5th round draft selection by the Indians in 2016. He's the son of former Major League pitcher Mike Capel.

Torres, 18, has appeared in 27 games for the Arizona Rookie League Indians this season, compiling a .273 batting mark with 4 HR's and 16 RBI. The 6-4, 200-pound right-handed hitting Torres is a native of Sincelejo, Colombia.
 
Mercado, 23, was batting .285 with 8 HR's and 42 RBI with 31 stolen bases for Memphis. He was the Cardinals 2nd round draft selection in 2013.

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Cards recall Tyler O'Neill & Tyler Webb from Triple-A Memphis

Carlos Martínez placed on 10-day disabled list

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have recalled rookie outfielder Tyler O'Neill and left-handed reliever Tyler Webb from Memphis (AAA). The team also announced that right-handed pitcher Carlos Martinez (right shoulder strain) has been placed on the 10-day disabled list.

O'Neill, who is batting .311 with 26 home runs (1st in Pacific Coast League) and 61 RBI at Memphis, appeared in 19 games with the Cardinals earlier this season, hitting three home runs.

Webb made his Cardinals debut on Sunday night with 2.0 scoreless innings of relief against Chicago. He's appeared in 14 career games between the New York Yankees, Milwaukee, San Diego and St. Louis.

O'Neill wears uniform no. 41 and Webb wears no. 30. 
 

The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have recalled rookie outfielder Tyler O'Neill and left-handed reliever Tyler Webb from Memphis (AAA). The team also announced that right-handed pitcher Carlos Martinez (right shoulder strain) has been placed on the 10-day disabled list.

O'Neill, who is batting .311 with 26 home runs (1st in Pacific Coast League) and 61 RBI at Memphis, appeared in 19 games with the Cardinals earlier this season, hitting three home runs.

Webb made his Cardinals debut on Sunday night with 2.0 scoreless innings of relief against Chicago. He's appeared in 14 career games between the New York Yankees, Milwaukee, San Diego and St. Louis.

O'Neill wears uniform no. 41 and Webb wears no. 30. 
 

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Cardinals & Tampa Bay Announce Four-Player Deal

Redbirds Acquire Outfielder & Two Pitchers for Tommy Pham & Int. Cap Space

The St. Louis Cardinals announced this morning a four-player trade with the Tampa Bay Rays, acquiring outfielder Justin Williams, left-handed pitcher Genesis Cabrera and right-handed pitcher Roel Ramirez in exchange for outfielder Tommy Pham and International Cap Space.

Williams, 22, is a left-handed hitting outfielder who was batting .258 with 8 home runs and 46 RBI for the Durham Bulls (AAA), where earlier this season he was named an International League All-Star. The 6-2, 215 pound Williams hails from Houma, Louisiana. Williams, a former 2nd round draft pick by Arizona (52nd overall) in 2013, made his Major League debut earlier this month.

The St. Louis Cardinals announced this morning a four-player trade with the Tampa Bay Rays, acquiring outfielder Justin Williams, left-handed pitcher Genesis Cabrera and right-handed pitcher Roel Ramirez in exchange for outfielder Tommy Pham and International Cap Space.

Williams, 22, is a left-handed hitting outfielder who was batting .258 with 8 home runs and 46 RBI for the Durham Bulls (AAA), where earlier this season he was named an International League All-Star. The 6-2, 215 pound Williams hails from Houma, Louisiana. Williams, a former 2nd round draft pick by Arizona (52nd overall) in 2013, made his Major League debut earlier this month.

Cabrera, 21, has fashioned a 7-6 mark with a 4.12 ERA in 21 games (20 starts) for Montgomery of the Southern League (AA), striking out 124 batters in 113.2 innings pitched while limiting the opposition to .218 batting mark. The 6-1, 170-pound native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic was named to the Southern League All-Star team last month.

Ramirez, 23, was 3-1 with a 3.32 ERA in 26 games as a reliever for the Montgomery Biscuits, fanning 46 batters in 40.2 innings. The 6-1, 210-pound Ramirez is from Laredo, Texas.

Pham, 30, a member of the Cardinals organization since being drafted in 2006, was batting .248 this season with 14 home runs and 41 RBI.

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