There's no doubt about how good St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Michael Wacha can be if he's right. The only question about his talents is whether he can remain healthy enough to make his talent count.
That being said, the young righty was dazzling again Saturday when he threw three scoreless innings Saturday in Grapefruit league action against the Minnesota Twins.
Wacha allowed two hits and no walks while striking out a pair over three innings of work. He reported no problems at all with the shoulder which kept him out more than two months of the 2014 season.
Kevin Seigrist pitched a scoreless frame with one hit allowed and one strikeout as he tries to bounce back from and injury-plagued 2014 season.
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Proving Minnesota players just didn't forget their hitting shoes, Tyler Lyons was smoked in the game for five runs on four hits and a walk. Those tallies made the difference in a 6-3 loss.
Randall Grichuk continued in his bid to stay on the major league roster as an extra outfielder and righty power bat with a home run in a 2-for-5 day at the plate. The other guy trying to win a place as a righty bench bat, Mark Reynolds also homered in the game for St. Louis.