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Its Over! - Gall Placed on Waivers

The St. Louis Cardinals recalled outfielder John Gall from Memphis Monday and placed him on waivers. Gall, the former two-time St. Louis Cardinals organizational Minor League Player of the Year, plans to play in Korea for the rest of this season.

John Gall, was originally selected in the 11th round of the June 2000 free-agent draft, by St. Louis and first came to the attention of most Cardinal fans in 2002, when St. Louis named him their Minor League Player of the Year for the first time. Spending the entire 2002 season at Double-A New Haven, starting games at third, first and in left, Gall led the Eastern League in hits (166), doubles...

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