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The St. Louis Cardinals have recalled left-handed pitcher John Gast from their Triple-A Memphis minor league affiliate. He takes the active roster spot of Jake Westbrook who was placed on the 15-day disabled list this past weeked due to inflammation in his right elbow. The post St. Louis Cardinals Recall Pitcher John Gast From Memphis appeared first on FFLockerRoom | NFL News | MLB News | NBA News | NHL News | Fantasy |.
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