After missing the last 16 games due to a right groin strain, Stephen Piscotty has been activated from the disabled list and will be with the St. Louis Cardinals as they open their road trip tonight in Milwaukee.
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Piscotty spent the few days with Peoria (A) on a rehab assignment. He hit .200 (3-15) with two doubles, three RBI and a stolen base in four games.
To make room for Piscotty’s return to the roster, the Cardinals have optioned Harrison Bader back to Memphis (AAA).
“Obviously, it was a short look but got to see him play a lot in Spring Training and clearly, he’s having a very successful season at Triple-A, so I would say all of us feel he’s made a very positive impression on all of us,” said President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak.
Bader started six games for St. Louis and hit .286 (6-21) with two doubles, two walks and scored the game-winning run on a game-ending sacrifice fly on his July 25th MLB debut.
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