On June 24th, it was called a slight groin tweak.
But as it is with Jaime Garcia, nothing is every slight; tweaks are not a thing. And so on July 5th, the Cardinals officially put the Cardinals starter on the 15-day disabled list.
Take it away Lana!
What more can really be said? Jaime Garica is our Summertime Sadness.
Posting a 1.69 ERA and surrendering only 9 runs in 7...
ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis left-hander Jaime Garcia has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a groin strain.
Garcia, who missed his previous scheduled start, suffered the injury running the bases on June 24 at Miami.
Garcia is 3-3 with a 1.69 ERA in seven starts.
Left-hander Tim Cooney has been recalled from Class A Peoria and will start on Tuesday against the Chicago Cubs...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago
While Jaime Garcia threw a bullpen without issue on Saturday, the left hander will end up on the disabled list anyway.
Garcia complained of discomfort with his groin when he arrived to the ballpark on Saturday and will now wait until after the All-Star break to make his next start.
With Garcia out, the Cardinals will rely on Tyler Lyons and Tim Cooney for a doubleheader on Tuesday...
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ST. LOUIS -- Jaime Garcia has been pushed back again and won't start Thursday for the St. Louis Cardinals because of what the pitcher calls a left groin strain.
The left-hander and the team are confident he won't be placed on the 15-day disabled list. Garcia could start early next week in Chicago against the Cubs.
Manager Mike Matheny said the replacement for the opener of a four...
Via AP on Fox
5 days ago
Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia left Wednesday's game with a cramp in the left groin, but he seems to be bouncing back well. "Today, it looked like a good report," manager Mike Matheny told Cardinals.com on Thursday. "The trainers had him in the weight room just doing some light work on his legs, so that's a good sign. So we'll just continue to watch him day-by-day." Garcia expects...
Jaime Garcia lowered his ERA to 1.69 and earned his 3rd win of 2015 Wednesday night in Miami.
And on Thursday morning when I went to look at ESPN.com to see if I’d missed anything overnight, this was the top of the homepage:
The WWL was sitting on that David Schoenfield piece and after another stellar outing, they ran with it. After all, it was very topical.
The Cardinals batted...
One of the most bittersweet feelings in Cardinal Nation is watching St. Louis Cardinals’ lefthander Jaime Garcia work. When healthy, the man is a top of the rotation starter. He gobbles innings up and makes hitters unintentionally reinvent their swing at home plate. It’s ugly for the opposition when Garcia is on his game and the Cards thrive on it. In the midst of a rotation...
The bittersweet haze of watching Jaime Garcia work has settled in again.
As my STLSM colleague Corey Rudd pointed out tonight, Cards fans are falling into the Garcia trap feet first after the lefthander’s brilliant seven inning outing Monday night against the Milwaukee Brewers. In a losing effort, Garcia allowed only one run on three hits with four strikeouts and zero walks. The...