Marco Gonzales will travel to St. Louis to be examined after feeling renewed tightness around his left pectoral muscle while playing catch Saturday.
Marco Gonzales will not make his next scheduled start for Triple-A Memphis due to renewed discomfort in his pectoral/shoulder area.
Marco Gonzales (pectoral) was shelled for seven runs in four innings Thursday for Triple-A Memphis.
Marco Gonzales (pectoral) got knocked around in a rehab start Saturday, allowing five hits and four earned runs in 2 1/3 innings for Triple-A Memphis.
Marco Gonzales (pectoral) is scheduled to return to the Triple-A Memphis rotation on Saturday.
Cardinals GM John Mozeliak said Thursday that Marco Gonzales (pectoral) could be "back throwing in a game, at the minor league level, somewhere around May 10th."
Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said Monday that Marco Gonzales (shoulder/pectoral) will resume throwing in 4-5 days.
Marco Gonzales has been placed on Triple-A Memphis' disabled list with soreness in his left pectoral muscle.
Cardinals optioned Marco Gonzales to Triple-A Memphis.
Marco Gonzales pitched 4 2/3 innings of one-run ball Sunday in his start against the Mets.
Marco Gonzales, who threw 4 2/3 innings last time out, pitched two scoreless innings out of the pen Sunday versus the Orioles.
Marco Gonzales pitched 4 2/3 innings and gave up one run Tuesday as the Cardinals topped a Marlins split-squad 7-1.
Marco Gonzales allowed just one hit over four scoreless innings Wednesday in the Cardinals' 6-2 win over the Braves.
Marco Gonzales started and pitched a pair of scoreless innings Friday in the Cardinals' 5-2 defeat of the Astros.