Tuivailala (2-1) gave up an earned run on two hits, a walk and a hit batsman over two innings in Wednesday's 5-4 extra-inning loss to the Red Sox.

Tuivailala appeared to be well on his way to getting out of the 13th inning unscathed after retiring Xander Bogaerts and Andrew Benintendi to start the frame. However, a ground-rule double by Mitch Moreland led to his demise, as Chris Young was able to bloop a single into center to bring him home following an intentional walk of Jackie Bradley, Jr. It marked the second consecutive night that the 24-year-old gave up a run to the Red Sox, but he's been solid otherwise since being called up to the big-league club on May 2; even with the last pair of stumbles, Tuivailala sports a 2-1 record and 2.84 ERA over 6.1 innings across five appearances in what is his second 2017 tenure with the Cardinals.

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