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Manager Mike Shildt said Reyes will make at least one more start for Triple-A Memphis within the next five-to-six days before potentially receiving a promotion to the big leagues, Mark Saxon of The Athletic reports.

Shildt previously indicated Reyes was in the discussion to enter the Cardinals' starting rotation during the upcoming weekend, but he'll instead stay at Memphis for now. The results from Reyes' start with Memphis on Sunday may have played a role, as the 24-year-old allowed seven runs -- including three homers -- over 4.2 innings. Additionally, Reyes has yet to receive clearance to swing a bat since fracturing his left pinkie finger in late April, which would provide complications when the Cardinals play in National League parks, per the Associated Press.

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