October 1, 2022

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Cardinals puts Tyler O'Neal on Elle with hamstring strain

Cardinals puts Tyler O’Neal on Elle with hamstring strain

The Cardinals announced some moves on the roster ahead of today’s double-header, with the right hand Dakota Hudson Comes as “The Twenty-Ninth Man”. In addition, ball players Dylan Carlson And the Tyler O’Neill Places are switched, with Carlson out of IL and O’Neill heading for it due to a strain in his left hamstring.

The injury to O’Neill is rather ominous, it was a left hamstring injury that sent him to IL for a month earlier this year. An injury of equal severity will keep him out until mid-October, but O’Neill seems optimistic that will not be the case. John Denton from MLB.com It conveys word from the defensive player that it is a first-class breed, the lowest kind. Perhaps O’Neill can avoid the extended absence, although he will be out for at least the next 10 days. With just over two weeks left on the schedule, anything beyond the mission threshold will make it difficult to return during the regular season.

Of course, the Cardinals are a default lock in play in the playoffs, given that they have a 7.5 game lead over the Brewers at NL Central. A deep post-season run will give O’Neill more time to get back on the field and back into the groove, although the cards will likely play the first round of the playoffs. This year, the two Class A winners had a goodbye after the Wild Card Tour, but the Cardinals came back a lot for the Dodgers and 5.5 games behind the East-leading Mets.

O’Neill’s campaign got off to a rough start, although he had recently repaired the ship. Before going to IL in June, he was only hitting .241/.292/.361, but he did a much better .214/.323/.423 since his comeback. The combined batting streak is up to 100 wRC+, which is exactly the league average, although O’Neill has had 1.2 wins above a substitution thanks to his core and defensive tackle, in the eyes of FanGraphs. With O’Neill out, Carlson would step into the stadium mix and try to prevent the club from losing rhythm. He’s also spent some time at IL this year, going off the shelf once due to a hamstring strain and then a thumb sprain. He’s up a hair a hair above the league average overall, with his .240/.316/.386 hitting streak hitting a WRC+ of 101. Thanks to solid central field work, he’s produced 2.3 fWAR in 112 games. He will probably get a regular job in the middle, surrounded by him Corey Dickerson And the Lars Notbar.

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