Gallegos, who fired a clean inning during which he recorded two strikeouts in a win over the Braves on Tuesday, owns a 4.50 ERA and 1.06 WHIP across 16 innings in 2019. Gallegos' solid effort Tuesday came in the wake of the 27-year-old allowing a combined three earned runs over his prior two appearances. The right-hander is in his second big-league stint of the season and could shuttle between the majors and Triple-A Memphis over the rest of the season.
Gallegos was recalled from Triple-A Memphis on Tuesday. Gallegos spent just one day in the minors before surfacing with the big-league team once again. He'll bolster the Cardinals' bullpen after Mike Mayers (lat) was placed on the 10-day injured list.
Gallegos was called up from Triple-A Memphis on Sunday. Gallegos had an outside shot to break camp with the Cardinals in spring training but was optioned to the minors in early March. The 27-year-old allowed five runs over 11.1 innings and had a 12:3 K:BB during his brief time with the Cardinals last season.
Gallegos was optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Saturday. Gallegos has 31.2 major-league innings under his belt, with a 4.55 ERA but a solid 3.82 FIP. He had at least an outside shot at breaking camp with the team but will now have to prove himself at the Triple-A level before he returns.
Gallegos will be recalled from Triple-A Memphis on Friday, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports. The right-handed reliever arrived from the Yankees in the deadline deal that saw Luke Voit head to New York. Gallegos excelled during his time with the Redbirds, allowing just one earned run on seven hits and three walks over 16.2 innings, recording 16 strikeouts and generating an 0.54 ERA, 0.60 WHIP and stellar .130 BAA. He was solid in Memphis' postseason run that ended with a Triple-A National Championship on Tuesday as well, and he'll provide manager Mike Shildt with another right-handed option out of the bullpen in the waning days of the regular season.