Freese To DL, Craig Back

David Freese was placed on 15-day disabled list May 2. Is it time to put him in a bubble?

After a being hit by a pitch during yesterday’s loss to the Braves, Cards third baseman David Freese has been place on the 15-day disabled list. One Post-Dispatch report has Freese out for up to a month.

Allen Craig will replace him on the roster. Craig was on the 15-day DL for a groin injury. Here is Hall of Fame Post-Dispatch writer Rick Hummel’s story on the roster move.

Here is a story from Fox Sports Midwest about Freese.

This is just the latest injury for Freese, who has had a real string of bad luck over the years. Here is a story listing some of the injuries that began with a January 2009 incident involving torn cartilage after a car accident. It goes to show that Freese needs to be placed in a bubble of protection.

There is a little bit of good news. Joe Strauss reports that Lance Berkman has been named NL player of the week again. Here’s a story about the latest honor from Hummel. Player of the month honors have not yet been announced, but fellow members of the LBFanClub are hopeful.

And just for your reading pleasure, Bernie’s thoughts on Theriot and the Cards. Just an interesting read!

Also, with the news of the death of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden, we at Aaron Miles’ Fastball thought it would be appropriate to reflect back on Jack Buck’s wonderful salute in the first game back after the attacks on 9/11. What a moment.

Miranda Remaklus is the lead St. Louis Cardinals contributor to Aaron Miles’ Fastball. Follow her on Twitter, @missmiranda

1 thought on “Freese To DL, Craig Back

  1. I am so frustrated & disappointed by this. I know it’s not even his fault, but I feel like we’ll never see a season where Freeser is not on the DL for an extended period of time.

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