Pro Baseball: St. Louis Stars Michael Wacha, Jason Motte Headline Special Sunday Night at ONEOK Field

By Lewis, Barry | Tulsa World (Tulsa, OK), August 31, 2014 | Go to article overview

Pro Baseball: St. Louis Stars Michael Wacha, Jason Motte Headline Special Sunday Night at ONEOK Field


Lewis, Barry, Tulsa World (Tulsa, OK)


St. Louis Cardinals fans in the Tulsa area have a golden opportunity tonight (Aug. 31) at ONEOK Field.

Michael Wacha, last year's 2013 National League Championship Series most valuable player, will be Springfield's starting pitcher against the Tulsa Drillers as he makes his first rehab start since being sidelined in June.

Also pitching for Springfield and starting a rehab assignment is reliever Jason Motte, who closed out the Cardinals' 2011 World Series title. Motte pitched twice against Tulsa in Springfield during an earlier rehab stint in May. Game time is 7:05 p.m.

Although St. Louis' Yadier Molina didn't make it to Tulsa this weekend as his injury rehab ended Friday, his backup for the past three years, Tony Cruz, is in Tulsa. This Labor Day weekend is the only time in the past three years that Cruz has not been in the majors. He was sent to Springfield for the weekend to clear a roster spot for Molina because Cruz had an option left. Cruz will return to the majors Tuesday.

Two of the first three hitters in Springfield's batting order in Saturday's doubleheader opener against the Drillers started the week in St. Louis -- Greg Garcia and Cruz. Both were sent to Springfield instead of Triple-A Memphis due to rules that allow them to return to St. …

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