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Nolan Arenado

Nolan Arenado

AVG
.260
HR
6
RBI
32
R
26
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 2"/215 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Newport Beach, California
Draft: 2009 2nd round by the
  • ClutchPoints

    Cardinals' Nolan Arenado provides update after injury scare

    Oliver Marmol's headaches are getting bigger in the St. Louis Cardinals system. The Milwaukee Brewers are pulling away with the NL Central lead while their pace has yet to pick up. Now, they also have to deal with a big injury concerning Nolan Arenado. The third baseman went down in the eighth inning against the Miami Marlins and was not quick to get up to his feat.

  • https://www.ky3.com

    Cardinals lose finale in Miami, Arenado exits after hit by pitch on right elbow

    Just as the Cardinals are gearing up to witness the returns of Willson Contreras and Giovanny Gallegos from the injured list in the coming days, the club is dealing with new injuries that are throwing a wrench into the notion of a healthy roster. Cardinals starter Kyle Gibson was scratched from his assigned start due to back soreness minutes before Wednesday afternoon's game, which set up a nightmare scenario as Matthew Liberatore led a bullpen-game effort in the finale in Miami. The Cardinals lost the game to the Marlins, 4-3 in walk-off fashion as Alec Burleson bobbled a ball in right field, squandering a chance to potentially cut down the winning run at the plate.

  • fox43.com

    Nolan Arenado and Iván Herrera back Sonny Gray in Cardinals' 4-2 win over Pirates

    A leadoff walk, followed by a double, was not the way Sonny Gray wanted his game to start on Wednesday night. More important than how Gray's game started, however, was how it finished. With the first two Pirates perched on second and third, Gray struck out the next three batters to get out of the jam – and then went on to shut don the Pirates and lead the Cardinals to the win at Busch Stadium. Gray pitched through the seventh inning, allowing only three more hits and no walks, recording nine strikeouts, as he raised his record for the season to 8-4 and snapped his personal two-game losing streak.