Tuesday was another St. Louis Cardinals minor league "camp" day during which no games against outside opponents were planned. Braden Looper and Matt Clement were among those who threw on the minor league fields.
On Wednesday, Memphis and Springfield entertain their New York Mets counterparts while Palm Beach and Quad Cities stay home to host the Mets' clubs at the Roger Dean Stadium complex in Jupiter, Florida.
Scout.com Cardinals Pitcher of the Day – Tuesday
Fernando Salas struck out the side
Scout.com Cardinals Hitter of the Day – Tuesday
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offense was working as Josh Phelps was on base four times,
going 3-for-4 with a walk and a run scored. Batting .323 on the spring,
Clement made his long-awaited
debut starting for
In a pair of shutout frames, Kris Honel yielded one hit and one walk. Trey Hearne was
roughed up, allowing five runs (four earned) in two innings. He gave up five
hits, three walks and struck out two. In 1 2/3, Nick Webber was
charged with two runs on two hits and three walks. He fanned two. Luke Gregerson
added one scoreless inning with one walk and one
In a pair of shutout frames, Kris Honel yielded one hit and one walk. Trey Hearne was roughed up, allowing five runs (four earned) in two innings. He gave up five hits, three walks and struck out two. In 1 2/3, Nick Webber was charged with two runs on two hits and three walks. He fanned two. Luke Gregerson added one scoreless inning with one walk and one strikeout.
Bumped down to Double-A at least for the day, Cody Haerther stroked two doubles and added an RBI while Mark Hamilton hit a two-run home run, his second of the spring. Tyler Greene had a pair of singles in four at-bats.
For Quad Cities on the mound, Brian Broderick allowed three earned runs on seven hits and a walk. He fanned two. Kyle Mura was charged with just one run over four innings on six hits, but no walks. He struck out three.
The Quad Cties offense was busy as Justin Roberson doubled twice, while Charlie Kingrey had two singles and a home run in four appearances. Luis DeLaCruz had two hits in four at-bats and Andrew Brown doubled.
Spring Training Pitching Leaders
Note the names of released players on some of the leaderboards as a reminder that there is more to spring training than just a few innings pitched or at bats. So, lets keep these nums in perspective.
|Jai Chul Chung||10||7|
|Gary Daley, Jr.||7||8.1|
|Jai Chul Chung||0.00||7|
Spring Training Batting Leaders
|A.J. Van Slyke||5||40|
Basic player stats provided through the courtesy of Cardinals Director of Minor League Operations John Vuch.
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