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.
Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports that the Cardinals are "expected to heavily consider" Marco Gonzales for a spot in next year's bullpen.