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The Cardinals have made some roster decisions - A Hunt and Peck

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Two pitchers were designated for assignment.

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The deadline for certain non-tender decisions is today. Essentially, the Cardinals must chose the players they wish to protect from the Rule 5 Draft. There were several players that were possible candidates. Today, the team made some of those choices known:

The most notable players left unprotected are Max Schrock and Junior Fernandez. There is still a chance they will make it through the Rule 5 Draft unclaimed and stay with the Cardinals, but they are at risk. On December 13, we shall know their fate.

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