Here’s a demeanour during who’s prohibited and who’s not for a Cardinals:
Trevor Rosenthal, RP: He done a rapid liberation from his open lat strain, flitting all a required tests to react a flagging Cardinals service corps for a Eastern highway trip. The former closer should yield a bullpen a good lift — although replacement Sam Tuivailala (one run authorised in 3 one-inning appearances) did OK in his absence.
Michael Wacha, SP: He looked like his aged self in Saturday’s 10-4 feat over a Reds. He authorised only one run and struck out 6 batters in 6 frail innings. Wacha is only carrying over a good work he did in a spring; he was 4-0 with a 2.42 ERA in 7 muster appearances and 26 innings.
Matt Bowman, RP: In 3 service outings travelling 2 2/3 innings, he authorised only one strike and walked nobody. Bowman, too, is carrying over clever work from a Grapefruit League. He was 2-0 in 10 muster appearances (12 innings) with 9 strikeouts, one walk, one strike and only one unmerited run allowed.
Yadier Molina, C: He went 1 for 3 Sunday and threw out Adam Duvall perplexing to take second bottom before agreeable his mark to Eric Fryer for rubbish time. Overall, Molina is batting .278 this deteriorate with 4 walks drawn and 3 RBIs. He has reached bottom in 5 of his 6 starts.
Seung Hwan Oh, RP: He unsuccessful to broach a five-out save during his marathon 38-pitch opening Opening Day, afterwards he remained idle until his mop-up assignment Sunday opposite a Reds. The second tour didn’t go good either, interjection to Joey Votto‘s prolonged ball. So in dual service outings Oh has authorised 4 runs on 4 hits (two of them homers) and a walk.
Jhonny Peralta, 3B: He went 0 for 3 Sunday and committed dual errors in a nauseous 8-0 detriment to a Reds. Peralta, who non-stop a deteriorate attack clean-up, has suffered a 2-for-14 start with 7 strikeouts. The Cardinals still have a large hole right in a center of their batting order.
Dexter Fowler, OF: He took an 0-for-3 collar Sunday, withdrawal him 4 for 23 to start a season. Fowler has drawn 4 walks, that is important for a leadoff hitter, though he has 0 extra-base hits and 7 strikeouts. He has nonetheless to yield this muted descent a jar of energy.
Jedd Gyorko, INF: He combined another 0-for-3 diversion to a raise Sunday, withdrawal him 2 for 12 for a season. Gyorko does have a double, dual RBIs and dual walks, so he hasn’t been a finish descent disaster.
Kolten Wong, 2B: He came off a dais to make another out Sunday, withdrawal him 3 for 16 this season. Wong has drawn 4 walks — interjection to his No. 8 mark assignments, attack forward of a pitcher’s container — and struck out only once this season.