2B,SS - STL
Edmundo Sosa exited game 1 of Friday's Cardinals-Cubs doubleheader with a wrist injury after being hit with a pitch in the 6th inning. Sosa immediately ran into the clubhouse before the trainer could check on him. Sosa was replaced by Paul DeJong at Shortstop.
Sosa left the game in the top of the 6th inning, heading straight to the clubhouse. It looks like Sosa knows how bad the injury is by not making the effort to run to 1st base. Sosa is being examined by the trainer and then will presumably get an X-ray to see the severity of the injury.
Filling in at shortstop for the injured Paul DeJong, Edmundo Sosa went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and three runs scored in a 15-4 blowout over the Brewers on Friday night.
Due to injuries throughout the lineup this season, Sosa has played 93 games this season and held his own with a solid .278 AVG and .765 OPS. His playing time figures to remain inconsistent depending on the health of the Cardinals other players, but Sosa would be worth a look in deeper leagues in the event that he were to play every day.
Cardinals utility infielder Edmundo Sosa filled up the box score on Saturday night, going 4-for-6 with two triples, three runs scored, and five RBI in a 13-0 win over Pittsburgh.
Sosa started at shortstop in place of Paul DeJong on Saturday and took advantage of a friendly matchup against the Pirates. With that said, he continues to function as a utility infielder for the Cardinals and simply doesn't offer much appeal in terms of fantasy purposes despite the big night.
Cardinals infielder Edmundo Sosa went 3-for-3 with two runs scored, two RBI, and his third home run of the season in a win over the Twins on Sunday.
Sosa picked up an RBI single in the sixth inning before hammering a solo home run to center field in the eighth inning. Sosa functions in a utility/bench role for St. Louis and is hitting just .256 with a .681 OPS on the season. He's off the radar for fantasy purposes.
Cardinals infielder Edmundo Sosa had a big game on Tuesday, going 3-for-4 with two runs scored and a solo home run in a win over San Francisco.
Sosa's solo shot in the eighth inning gave the Cardinals a 6-3 lead at the time and would prove to be the game-winning run as St. Louis would narrowly hold on for a 6-5 victory. The home run was just the second of Sosa's career, as he's now hitting .255 on the season to go with a below-average .676 OPS. He's not worthy of fantasy consideration except for in the very deepest of formats.