Max Moroff was only with the St Louis Cardinals for a short time before being injured. Now, the middle infielder will be out for the rest of the season. St Louis Cardinals infielder Max Moroff, who was recently diagnosed with a left shoulder subluxation, will undergo season-ending surgery on Tuesday, manager Mike Shildt told reporters, including Zachary Silver of MLB.com. The injury is expected to come with a seven-month recovery timeframe.
Moroff is slated to undergo season-ending surgery on his dislocated left shoulder Tuesday, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Moroff is expected to require seven months to make a full recovery from the procedure, so he should be back to full strength ahead of spring training in 2022. The 28-year-old utility man went 1-for-16 over six games with the Cardinals before being shut down with the injury.
Moroff (shoulder) hasn't yet decided whether he'll have surgery to address his injury, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Moroff was diagnosed with a left shoulder subluxation and placed on the 10-day injured list May 29. Even if he doesn't opt for surgery, the infielder will likely require at least 4-to-6 weeks to recover, so he should be sidelined until the end of June at minimum.
St. Louis Cardinals infielder Max Moroff is out of Thursday's starting lineup against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Moroff will receive a breather with Nolan Arenado starting at third base until National League rules. Per Baseball Savant on six batted balls this season, Moroff has produced a 16.7% barrel rate and a...
Moroff was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left shoulder subluxation Saturday. Moroff hadn't appeared in either of the last two games, and he's apparently dealing with a shoulder injury that will force him to miss time. Jose Rondon's contract was selected as part of a shuffle, and he should take on a depth role while Moroff is unavailable.
St. Louis Cardinals infielder Max Moroff is in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Chicago White Sox. Moroff will start at second base on Tuesday and bat ninth versus right-hander Lucas Giolito and the White Sox. Harrison Bader moves to the bench. numberFire's models project Moroff for 10.0...
The St. Louis Cardinals did not list Max Moroff as a starter for Sunday's game against the San Diego Padres. Moroff will take a seat Sunday while Edmundo Sosa starts at shortstop and bats eighth. Tommy Edman will move from shortstop to second base. Moroff has not landed a hit...
Paul DeJong is going to be out for a while with a cracked rib and in his place, the St. Louis Cardinals have brought up Max Moroff. Paul DeJong’s start to the 2021 season has been worse than everyone wanted. Though he has hit seven homers, his .177 batting average and 82 OPS+ is not good enough from the St. Louis Cardinals’ shortstop.
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In advance of tonight’s game against the Padres, the Cards announced the following transaction. 5/14/21: Placed SS Paul DeJong on the 10-day IL, retroactive to May 13th (non-displaced left rib fracture). Purchased the contract of IF Max Moroff from AAA Memphis. To make room on the 40-man roster, transferred RHP Jordan Hicks from the 10-day IL to the 60-day IL.
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The Cardinals have placed shortstop Paul DeJong on the 10-day injured list (retroactive to May 13) with a non-displaced left rib fracture, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. In corresponding moves, St. Louis selected infielder Max Moroff and moved reliever Jordan Hicks to the 60-day IL. It’s unknown how...
Moroff's contract was selected by the Cardinals on Friday, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Moroff gives the team an additional infield option with Paul DeJong (rib) landing on the injured list. He's unlikely to play a significant role, as he owns a .183/.277/.319 slash line in 244 career major-league plate appearances. Jordan Hicks (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list to clear a spot on the 40-man roster.
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Moroff signed a minor-league deal with the Cardinals on Tuesday that includes an invitation to big-league camp, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. The 27-year-old joined the Mets on a minor-league deal for 2020, but he remained at the alternate training site all season. Moroff has appeared in 104 games since making his major-league debut in 2016 and has a career .183/.277/.319 slash line in 244 plate appearances.