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Fantasy Update

Aug 19, 2014
Rotoworld
Cardinals placed 2B Mark Ellis on the 15-day disabled list with a left oblique strain.

Cardinals put 2B Mark Ellis on DL

The St. Louis Cardinals have put second baseman Mark Ellis on the 15-day disabled list with a left oblique strain, retroactive to Aug. 15.

Ellis placed on disabled list, Cardinals recall Garcia from Memphis

Second baseman Mark Ellis was unavailable to play Monday night for the St. Louis Cardinals, and the reason was revealed Tuesday.
Rotoworld Aug 19, 2014

Cardinals place Mark Ellis (oblique) on DL - Mark Ellis (2B) St Louis Cardinals

Cardinals placed 2B Mark Ellis on the 15-day disabled list with a left oblique strain.
KFFL Aug 19, 2014

Cardinals | Mark Ellis to DL

St. Louis Cardinals 2B Mark Ellis was placed on the disabled list Tuesday, Aug. 19. ...

Cardinals place Mark Ellis on disabled list

The soreness that Cardinals manager Mike Matheny mentioned that kept Mark Ellis out of Monday's game is going to put the veteran infielder out for much longer than a night.
Viva El Birdos Aug 13, 2014

Mathenaging: Fair & loathing on the St. Louis Cardinals bench

Matheny's notions of fairness to veterans trump the will to win. Last week, St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny addressed the subject of Mark Ellis and Daniel Descalso’s playing time. The two infielders are the primary reasons that the St. Louis bench is so bad—Descalso due to his lack of any skill other than baserunning and Ellis because his lack of any skill other than fielding. Despite their many warts as players in 2014, Matheny not only defended his one-dimensional bench infielders, he praised them. "We need Descalso in the field. We need Ellis in the field," Matheny said....
Adams sits in favor of ... Ellis?

Adams sits in favor of ... Ellis?

Yes, .188-hitting Mark Ellis starts tonight at first base for the Cardinals — a position he has played seven times in 12 seasons.

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Infielders Daniel Descalso and Mark Ellis have not enjoyed offensive seasons to remember.

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