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Cardinals Acquire LHP Zac Rosscup from Dodgers

St. Louis sent cash to Los Angeles for the 31-year-old who will report to Triple-A.

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On Monday afternoon, the Cardinals announced that they have acquired left-handed pitcher Zac Rosscup from the Dodgers for cash considerations. Rosscup will report to Triple-A Memphis.

You may remember Rosscup from his prior work with the Cubs, as he was on the North Side for parts of four seasons. After a brief stint with the Rockies, Rosscup pitched his 2018 season with the Dodgers and has bounced between them, the Mariners, and Blue Jays this season.

In a combined 28 appearances with the three clubs this year, Rosscup has logged 18 innings with 19 walks, giving him a career-worst 9.50 BB/9 rate. On the flip-side, he has only allowed two home runs - and the even 1.0 HR/9 rate is his best, by far. Rosscup will get his work in in Memphis for now, and we’ll have to wait to see if he plays a part in the Major League team this season.

Assuming this isn't the only move the Cardinals make this week, stay tuned for more trade coverage.