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John Gall Joins Club in St. Louis

The St. Louis Cardinals call up the two-time former organizational Minor League Player of the Year to the majors and add him to the 25 man roster. How long he gets to stick with the club, could depend on outfield Larry Bigbie who is on a rehap assignment at Memphis.

The Cardinals recalled outfielder John Gall from Triple-A Memphis Friday, to replace reliever Ricardo Rinconon the roster, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list with left shoulder impingement and left rotator cuff tendonitis. Gall was batting .383 (31-81), 5th-best in the Pacific Coast League, with a home runs and 14 RBI in 20 games for the Redbirds. His 31 hits rank T-2nd in the PCL. Gall... Recommended Stories

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