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Morning Sports Report - May 16, 2017

By Clip Syndicate
A big name from the St. Louis Cardinals will be in Springfield tonight, starting an injury rehab assignment. But springfield was still in action last night. Here's your Wednesday morning Sports Report.

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A big name from the St. Louis Cardinals will be in Springfield tonight, starting an injury rehab assignment. But springfield was still in action last night. Here's your Wednesday morning Sports Report.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12449/6918287?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Tue, 16 May 2017 09:52:00 +0000 Morning Sports Report - May 16, 2017 A big name from the St. Louis Cardinals will be in Springfield tonight, starting an injury rehab assignment. But springfield was still in action last night. Here's your Wednesday morning Sports Report. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12449/6918287?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOLR St. Louis left fielder Stephen Piscotty will be at Hammons Field tonight. Piscotty will be starting a medical rehab assignment with the Double A Springfield Cardinals. Back on May 4th, Piscotty was trying to run out a grounder when he strained his right hamstring. The left fielder is in his second full season in the big leagues and was put on baseball's new ten day disabled list. Piscotty was hitting 241 with two homers and 11 RBI before getting hurt. St. Louis hopes he can return to the big league Cardinals by Friday. --------------- SPRINGFIELD, Mo---The Springfield Cardinals opened up an eight game homestand Monday night against Tulsa. Springfield limps into Hammons Field on a two game losing streak and tied for first in the Texas League North with Northwest Arkansas. Springfield split their four game set in Tulsa last week. And the Cards jump on Tulsa in the bottom of the first, bases loaded and Bruce Caldwell draws the walk, that scores Oscar Mercado - it's 1-0, Springfield. Then Anthony Garcia shoots this shot to deep center, good enough to score Alex Mejia - it's 2-0, Cardinals. Stayed that way until the fifth inning - a man on for Tulsa's Michael Ahmed, and he rips this shot to left, way over the Cox Health sign and gone, a two run homer, We're tied at 2-2. The Cardinals would get out of that inning with this nice scoop by Jacob Wilson at third, and over to first for the out, still 2-2. Then Springfield rallies in the bottom half, this Edward Paredes wild pitch scores Jesse Jenner it's 3-2 Cardinals. And Springfield goes on to win, 7-2. ------------------ BOLIVAR, Mo---The best boy golfers in the state of Missouri descended on four golf courses around Southwest Missouri Monday. It's day one of the two day state championships. And it was a beautiful day for golf at Silo Ridge where the Class 1 boys are being contested. The competition is both team and individiual play. Here on the 11th hole Purdy's Tyler Keeler makes this putt, he shot an 82. Greenwood was in the team competition, led by senior Tony Brandt. Here on 13th John Sharp makes near 25 foot putt for the Blue Jays, he finished with an 81. Here's a look at how the local teams fared in day one. In Class 1, Greenwood is tied for third 11 strokes behind Gallatin. In Class 2, Willow Springs is in seventh place. In Class 3, Rogersville's in fourth place, six strokes behind St. Francis Borgia. And in Class 4 Glendale is in first place after day one, five strokes ahead of Rockhurst.




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