The Cardinals announced Saturday that they have placed left-handed reliever Genesis Cabrera on the injured list. Jake Woodford has been recalled from Triple-A Memphis to take Cabrera’s spot on the active roster.
Zack Greinke allowed one run on three hits with four strikeouts in his first start since May 29, his longest outing since May 5 against St. Louis and the first win in his second stint with Kansas City.
O’Neill suffered an injury in his left hamstring on Sunday in a Cardinals’ loss to the Red Sox. It was clear that something had gone awry for O’Neill when he rounded the first base bag on a ninth-inning hit.
The Razorbacks knocked out Pac-12 pitcher of the year Alex Williams in the fifth inning and went on to log their biggest margin of victory in 36 CWS games. It was Stanford’s biggest loss in their 73 CWS games.
Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina is heading to the injured list for the first time in 2022 as the nine-time Gold Glover will get a respite from the knee troubles that have understandably plagued him in the final chapter of his illustrious career behind the plate.
Jones and his staff most recently assembled a 2022 recruiting class that not only ranked as one of the best in school history, but was also listed number one in the Sun Belt Conference by both Rivals and 247Sports.
The Kansas City Chiefs long ago moved on from wide receiver Tyreek Hill, whom they shipped to the Miami Dolphins in the offseason for a package of draft picks that have helped them get younger and deeper across the board.
Kansas City jumped ahead in the first inning when San Francisco shortstop Brandon Crawford, a four-time Gold Glove winner, made a rare fielding error on a slow chopper by MJ Melendez, allowing two runs to score.
The Razorback pitcher picked up first-team recognition from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association on Monday. He was one of three relievers to make the team, along with UCLA’s Alonzo Tredwell and Navy’s Landon Kruer.