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Matt Holliday returned to the St. Louis Cardinals' lineup Monday after missing six starts with a left quadriceps injury.
Kansas City catcher Matt Treanor and manager Ned Yost have been ejected for arguing balls and strikes in the seventh inning of the Royals' game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
St. Louis Cardinals cleanup hitter Matt Holliday was removed after two innings, complaining of tightness in his left quadriceps.
Manager Tony La Russa rejoined the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday after missing six games to be treated for shingles, and quickly switched around the lineup card.
Joe Pettini walked into the manager's office and chose a chair in the corner, not the one behind the desk that St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa would normally use.
St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa has been diagnosed with shingles and was having tests Tuesday at the Mayo Clinic, and it was uncertain when he would return to the team.
If the Nationals' doubleheader sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday was the coming out party for their offense — a facet of their game that had been dormant for much of the first 15 games — then their victory in the first game of a doubleheader with the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday was more proof that their formula for winning likely won't include the longball.
The start of the Washington Nationals at St. Louis Cardinals game set for Tuesday night was delayed because of a severe storm that set off a tornado siren.
St. Louis Cardinals cleanup hitter Matt Holliday is back in the starting lineup against San Francisco, nine days after undergoing an appendectomy.