St. Louis Cardinals supervisor Oli Marmol made some questionable choices this previous weekend break while releasing his bullpen. The having a hard time Red Birds turning deployed many different relievers throughout the back-to-back losses over the weekend. Nonetheless, one asset did not step on the pile, as well as it has actually finally been revealed why. High-leverage hurler Ryan Helsley hasn't pitched in a game because June 7, leaving many to wonder where he's been.  "The Cardinals revealed Monday that they have actually positioned right-handed reducer Ryan Helsley on the 15-day injured list due to a stretched right lower arm," MLB Trade Rumors' Steve Adams wrote Monday Taylor Motter Shorts. The step has been made retroactive to June 10. In light of this information, right-hander Jake Woodford has been called from the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds. Woodford started the season as a starter however transitioned to the bullpen after a rough beginning to the season. This period, Helsley has actually posted a 3-4 record with a 3. 24 PERIOD, 33-to-11 strikeout-to-walk ratio,. 205 batting standard against, and 1. 16 WHIP in 25 innings pitched. As of now, there is no clear diagnosis or recovery window for Helsley. Helsley's absence on the pile will undoubtedly be really felt by an already struggling Cardinals bullpen. It is most likely that we see Giovanny Gallegos count on even more in high-leverage places while others are turned to make up for the essential missing link.

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