Skip Schumaker suffered a hamstring injury he fears will send him to the disabled list, while Jaime Garcia had an MRI on his sore right elbow.
Skip Schumaker will join the club in Pittsburgh this evening before the Redbirds begin a three-game series with the Pirates.
Though injuries have already hit the Cardinals, GM John Mozeliak has some encouraging news.
In three seasons with the Cardinals, Greene has played in 150 games. During that experience, he has a .218 average in 316 at-bats with 5 home runs, 28 RBI’s, and 16 stolen bases.
Schumaker hit .283 this past season in 117 games, including a .299 mark after the All-Star break that featured a team-best .350 average during the month of July.
Schumaker missed the NL championship series after straining his right oblique in the first round against Philadelphia. He had a cortisone injection to aid his recovery.
John Rooney and Mike Claiborne were in the clubhouse following the Cardinals 12-6 win over the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 6 of the NLCS.
Following the Braves defeat, Cardinals broadcaster John Rooney was in the clubhouse at Minute Maid Park for the celebration to get reaction.
Dan McLaughlin recaps the previous week of Cardinals baseball, plus talks with front office officials and other media figures in the game.
Ron Jacober and Dan McLaughlin are leading the charge in the Sports Hub tonight. They talk about the rough patch the Cards have hit, plus hear from Cardinals GM John Mozeliak and Skip Schumaker.