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  • Credit Cardinals' run to Clapp, Unger and Memphis Millennials

    Memphis has had 61 different players on its 2017 roster, playing for Waterloo native Craig Unger. Among those called up to the Cardinals this season are outfielders Harrison Bader and Magneuris Sierra, shortstop Paul DeJong, first baseman Luke Voit and pitchers Jack Flaherty and John Brebbia.

Credit Cardinals' run to Clapp, Unger and Memphis Millennials

Memphis has had 61 different players on its 2017 roster, playing for Waterloo native Craig Unger. Among those called up to the Cardinals this season are outfielders Harrison Bader and Magneuris Sierra, shortstop Paul DeJong, first baseman Luke Voit and pitchers Jack Flaherty and John Brebbia.
David Wilhelm dwilhelm@bnd.com