Tyler O'neill, Ryan Weathers, Paul Goldschmidt discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

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Then this year is well off to a really good start to and one of the 10.81 e R a making a sports start of the season. Tonight he's got a three quarter arm angle slot really gets in on righties runs it away from lefties. And we will tell you a lot more about Weathers over the course of the evening. That is the potteries have taken the field. Let's bring you now to tonight's starting lineups for this Sunday night game at Petco Park for the Cardinals leading off its second base, Tommy Edmund. Having second in right field. Dylan Carlson. Paul Goldschmidt will bat third and play first base in the cleanup hitter is the third baseman Nolan are Renato, Batting fifth and catching Yadier Molina. Tyler O'Neill in left field, batting sixth, batting seventh and center field. Harrison Bater, hitting eighth at shortstop at a Mondo Sosa. And batting ninth and pitching for the Cardinals tonight. Kwon Young Kim for the Padres, Their leadoff manage their center fielder Trent Grisha, batting 2nd and 3rd base. Manny Machado, number three hitter was the first baseman Jake Cronin worth The cleanup spot again tonight is the left fielder Tommy Fan, batting fifth and catching Austin Nolan off a huge game last night in a lopsided win for the Padres, hitting of the six spot at second base. To Kapita Marcano, one of the call ups because of all the covert issues, batting seventh shortstop Hassan Kim. Batting eighth in right field, Patrick Kibble a hand another one of the call ups. Automatic nine. Good pitching a guy we started talking about. 21 year old Ryan Weathers as singing mentioned the son of a big leaguer. His dad, David Weathers pitch for 19 years. In the major leagues for nine different teams. Very good. Right handed. Reliever Ryan is a lefty. He is too and one with an E R A of Oh, 81. It is big League career eight appearances, three starts. 22 a third innings on Lee nine hits allowed. He has walked seven and struck out 20. He actually made his major league.

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