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Daily Farm Report - 5/3/13

A daily recap of the minor league players in the Cardinals' farm system.

Not much action in the farm system as weather postponed a lot of games. Memphis played the only night game. Palm Beach played a double-header got the first game over with but the second game was postponed.

Memphis 3, Omaha 1

*Kolten Wong was 1-5 with a run scored and a stolen base. His only hit came against a very successful left handed specialist in the majors in George Sherill.

*Oscar Taveras was 0-5 that brings his average back down to .294.

*Ryan Jackson continues to hit was 2-2 with a run and 2 walks.

*Jamie Romak was 0-3 but recorded the only RBI.

*John Gast scoreless inning streak came to an end at 32 IP. Allowed a run in 5 innings walked 4 struck out 5 on 94 pitches also picked off his 3rd baserunner of the year. Allowed a run which has run his ERA to 0.26 on the year.

*Sam Freeman pitched two strong innings in relief. Got think the clock for Freeman is clicking as he's going to turn 27 years old in June and he's struggling in Memphis allowing 19 hits on 11 ER in 14.1 IP which is a 6.91 ERA . Seems like the organization is giving him some extra to work on that knuckle-curve he just newly added to his repertoire seeing how that results out by the numbers it hasn't so far.

*Eric Fornataro pitched a clean 8th inning.

*Victor Marte closed it out in a scoreless 9th as he converts his 6th save.

Springfield's game was postponed due to inclement weather.

Palm Beach 1, Bradenton 8

*James Ramsey was 2-2 with a double and a walk in his first game off the DL.

*Tyler Rahmatulla was 1-3 with an RBI double.

*Stephen Piscotty doubled.

*Travis Miller struggled as lasted 4 2/3 innings surrendered 6 hits on 4 runs 4 earned walked 2 struck out 3.

Palm Beach's second game which was supposed to be a double-header was postponed.

Peoria's game last night was suspended in the 7th then was to be played today as part of a doubleheader but both were eventually canceled as in not to be made up. Last night's game goes in the record book as a tie.