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2023 11.50.4 3 2 5 .171
2022 -0.5-0.3 .167
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  • Taylor Motter: Departs St. Louis organization

    Motter elected free agency Thursday. Motter was up and down between the majors and minors with the Cardinals in 2023, producing just a .442 OPS in 29 contests with the big club. The utility player will be on the lookout for another minor-league contract.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Motter cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Memphis on Wednesday. Motter could elect free agency if he wants since this is the third time he's been outrighted this season, but it would appear he's opted to remain in the Cardinals organization. The 33-year-old will provide utility player depth at Triple-A.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Designated for assignment

    Motter was designated for assignment by the Cardinals on Monday. Jose Fermin was called up from Triple-A Memphis and will take over Motter's roster spot as an extra infielder. Motter has now been designated for assignment three times this season, and he seems likely to clear waivers and be outrighted to Triple-A again.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Returns to bench role

    Motter is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Mets. Motter picked up his fourth straight start in the middle infield in Thursday's 4-2 loss in the series opener, but he'll remain on the bench for the third straight contest as the Cardinals close out their four-game set with the Mets. With top prospect Masyn Winn receiving a call-up from Triple-A Memphis, Motter no longer looks in line for regular playing time at either second base or shortstop and will likely have to settle for a utility role.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Enters Monday's lineup

    Motter was added to the lineup for Monday's game against the A's Motter was set to work as a reserve Monday, but he will join the starting nine in place of Nolan Gorman, who was scratched with tightness in his lower back. Motter will cover the keystone and hit ninth in Monday's batting order.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Called up, starting Sunday

    The Cardinals selected Motter's contract from Triple-A Memphis on Sunday. He'll start at second base and bat eighth in the Cardinals' series finale with the Cubs. The addition of Motter gives the Cardinals some short-term insurance in the middle infield while Nolan Gorman is day-to-day with back tightness. St. Louis optioned infielder Jose Fermin to Memphis to clear a spot on the 26-man active roster for Motter, who hit .200 over 20 at-bats with the Cardinals earlier this season.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Accepts outright assignment

    The Cardinals outrighted Motter to Triple-A Memphis on Monday. Motter was recently removed from the Cardinals' 40-man roster for the second time this season but is electing to stick around in the organization as a utility man at the Triple-A level. The 33-year-old has hit .200 with a 36.4 percent strikeout rate over 22 plate appearances in the majors this season.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Booted from roster again

    Motter was designated for assignment by the Cardinals on Saturday. Motter made the Cardinals' Opening Day roster but was designated for assignment in late April, only to return again three days later. He's again available for any team to claim him off waivers, but as a 33-year-old with a career .191/.263/.309 slash line, he's unlikely to draw much interest.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Returns to big leagues

    Motter signed a one-year, major-league contract with the Cardinals on Wednesday and was added to their active 26-man roster, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. St. Louis removed Motter from its 40-man roster this past Sunday, but he passed through waivers unclaimed and will now get another shot in the big leagues following the demotion of Jordan Walker. Motter, 33, is a career .192/.264/.310 hitter in 466 plate appearances at the MLB level.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Pushed off 40-man roster

    The Cardinals designated Motter for assignment Sunday, John Denton of MLB.com reports. Motter saw action in seven games with the Cardinals and slashed .222/.300/.333 over his 20 plate appearances. He'll cede his spot on the roster to Paul DeJong (back), who was reinstated from the 10-day injured list and is expected to fill the same utility infield role that Motter previously occupied.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Makes Opening Day roster

    Motter had his contract selected from Triple-A Memphis by the Cardinals on Saturday, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Motter has really impressed in Grapefruit League camp, as he has hit three home runs, stolen four bases and shown the ability to play all over the field in his 51 at-bats in Florida. The 33-year-old will be a depth option for St. Louis, and likely won't be in the starting lineup very often.
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  • Cardinals' Taylor Motter: Candidate to making opening roster

    Motter is a candidate to make the Opening Day roster for the Cardinals, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Motter was signed to a minor-league contract in November, and the 33-year-old has impressed in the Grapefruit League with an .810 OPS, three homers and a pair of steals over 17 games. He's also capable of playing in the infield and outfield, so he brings versatility at the end of the St. Louis bench if he does make the roster. Motter will need to be added to the 40-man roster in order to be called up to the Cardinals, but he has at least earned a look from his play in Florida.
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  • Taylor Motter: Released by Reds

    Motter was released by the Reds on Monday, Doug Gray of RedsMinorLeagues.com reports. Motter had spent the majority of the season with Triple-A Louisville before being released Monday, batting .250 with eight homers, 18 RBI and 12 runs over 132 at-bats over 39 games. The 32-year-old has big-league experience and will likely find another team in the near future.
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  • Reds' Taylor Motter: Returned to Triple-A

    Motter was returned to Triple-A Louisville on Monday. Motter joined the Reds for their three-game series in Toronto this past weekend after four players were placed on the restricted list Friday. He appeared in two games while going 1-for-6 at the dish. With Cincinnati returning to the United States and getting all of the players back from the restricted list in advance of its four-game series with the Cubs that begins Monday, Motter will lose his spot on the 26-man active roster in addition to the 40-man rosters.
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  • Reds' Taylor Motter: Joins big club

    Motter had his contract selected by the Reds on Friday. The 32-year-old will fill a role on the bench this weekend in Toronto with the Reds missing multiple players who cannot travel to Canada. Motter has a .245/.344/.566 slash line in 15 games at Triple-A Louisville this season and is unlikely to be a significant factor during his time in the majors.
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  • Red Sox's Taylor Motter: Designated for assignment

    Motter was designated for assignment by the Red Sox on Tuesday, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. Motter filled in for the Red Sox amid the team's current COVID-19 outbreak, but he'll be cast off the 40-man roster after Danny Santana (undisclosed) and Enrique Hernandez (illness) were reinstated from the COVID-19 injured list. He went 2-for-6 with a triple, a double, three runs and an RBI across three appearances with the Red Sox.
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  • Red Sox's Taylor Motter: Scores game-winning run

    Motter entered as a pinch runner and scored the game-winning run in Saturday's 4-3 win over Cleveland. Motter ran for pinch hitter Travis Shaw, who had singled, and eventually came around to score on Alex Verdugo's walkoff single. He joined the Red Sox Saturday as part of the expanded 28-man roster and plays enough positions to help the Red Sox deal with the team's COVID-19 outbreak.
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  • Rockies' Taylor Motter: Joins big-league club

    The Rockies selected Motter's contract from Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday. The 31-year-old has dominated Triple-A this season, slashing .335/.460/.759 with 24 home runs and 57 RBI in 265 at-bats. Motter's only big-league stint was in 2018, when he appeared in 17 games with the Mariners and Twins. The utility player figures to get some action in the outfield while Raimel Tapia (toe) spends time on the injured list.
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