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JOHN LACKEY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Whether Lackey needed rest or not, he got it -- and came up big against Reds

ST. LOUIS -- Cardinals manager Mike Matheny sounded pretty sure that extra rest made a difference in John Lackey's performance Friday night. Lackey didn't sound quite as convinced, but he certainly couldn't argue with the results. Pitching for the first time since he was passed over in the rotation, Lackey turned in the kind of performance the Cardinals were seeking when...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Home runs by Randal Grichuk and Matt Holliday just enough for John Lackey as Cardinals edge Reds 2-1

As the Cardinals started their final regular season series at home in 2014 Friday night against the Reds, they would quickly jump out to a 2-0 lead in the Bottom of the 1st. They would do something for just the second time all season. That would be hitting back-to-back home runs. Randal Grichuk put the Cardinals on top 1-o with his second home run of the season, Matt Holliday would...
Via Cardinals Farm
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals Injury Update: John Lackey to skip next start

Cardinals right-hander John Lackey is dealing with a "dead arm" and will not make his scheduled Tuesday start against the Milwaukee Brewers, reports Joe Harris of MLB.com.The NL Central-leading Cardinals will send Lance Lynn, Adam Wainwright and Shelby Miller against the Brew Crew, all of whom will be on full rest due to an off-day on Monday. Lackey's last start...
Via MLB Injury News
7 days ago  |  Discuss

John Lackey Ejected Mid-Batter For Arguing Balls And Strikes In Third Inning

The St. Louis Cardinals didn’t get many innings out of starter John Lackey on Wednesday night against the Cincinnati Reds. The big right-hander was ejected mid-batter by home-plate umpire Tom Hallion just four pitches into the third inning for arguing balls and strikes. Throughout his short outing, Lackey appeared to be unhappy with the strike zone, but Lackey let his temper get...
Via NESN.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

John Lackey ejected as Cardinals’ offense stalls in 4-2 loss to Reds

Something rare would happen Wednesday night as the Cardinals took on the Reds in Game 3 of the four game series in Cincinnati. As the Cardinals are in a middle of a pennant chase with 17 games remaining, their starting pitcher, John Lackey, was ejected by home plate umpire Tom Hallion with nobody out in the Bottom of the 3rd for arguing balls and strikes. It was the first time since...
Via Cardinals Farm
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals RHP John Lackey ejected in 3rd inning

CINCINNATI (AP) St. Louis Cardinals pitcher John Lackey has been ejected from his start against the Cincinnati Reds in the third inning. Lackey appeared to question several ball-strike calls by plate umpire Tom Hallion before a 2-1 pitch to Brayan Pena was called a ball with the score 2-all on Wednesday night. The right-hander apparently questioned that call, and Hallion - the crew...
Via AP on Fox
11 days ago  |  Discuss

John Lackey, offense can’t find groove as Cardinals lose 6-2 to snap six game winning streak

Both streaks would come to an end Friday night at Miller Park in the second game of this four game series. The Cardinals lost 6-2 which snapped their six game winning streak while the Brewers’ nine game losing streak would come to an end. St. Louis now leads the NL Central by three games now with 21 games remaining in the regular season. John Lackey was sharp through the first...
Via Cardinals Farm
16 days ago  |  Discuss

The best gift ever exchanged for a jersey number?

When John Lackey was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the St. Louis Cardinals at the deadline, he was confronted with a conundrum, a relatively minor one in the grand scheme of things, but a conundrum nevertheless. Lackey, much like many of his professional sports-playing contemporaries — especially baseball players — apparently is something […] The post John Lackey gave Pat...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Lackey says he will play for league minimum next season

John Lackey has officially been a St. Louis Cardinal for just a shade over 24 hours, but he’s already committing to his new ballclub for another year. The Cardinals acquired the right-hander from the Boston Red Sox on Thursday, and with Lackey, came his funky contract. When Lackey signed with Boston as a free agent before the 2010 season, the Red Sox tacked on a club option for...
Via NESN.com
August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

John Lackey Trade An Attempt By Red Sox To Strike While Iron Is Hot

John Lackey’s trade value has never been higher, at least since he arrived in Boston. The Red Sox decided to strike while the iron is hot. The Red Sox traded Lackey and minor league pitcher Corey Littrell to the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday in exchange for first baseman/outfielder Allen Craig and pitcher Joe Kelly. The deal nets the Red Sox two younger assets while enhancing...
Via NESN.com
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss
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