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The St. Louis Dispatch reported that Reyes' next start has for the Cardinals been moved to Saturday against the Milwaukee Brewers to accomodate Chris Carpenter's regularly scheduled start on Friday against Milwaukee.
Reyes pitched a one-hitter in just his fourth major league start, but St. Louis fell to the Chicago White Sox 1-0 on Thursday when Jim Thome homered in the seventh inning.
Reyes was sent down to Triple-A Memphis by the Cardinals on Friday. The pitcher made one start in his recent four-day stint with the team in a 6-3 St. Louis loss to the Houston Astros on Tuesday, allowing three runs and five hits with seven strikeouts over 6 1-3 innings.
Reyes, one of the top pitching prospects in the St. Louis system, has been optioned to Triple-A Memphis to start the 2006 season. Reyes competed against veteran right-hander Sidney Ponson for the fifth-starter role in the St. Louis rotation, and the Cardinals have given the final rotation spot to Ponson.
The Cardinals recalled Reyes from Triple-A Memphis, where he was 7-6 with a 3.64 ERA and 139 strikeouts in 128.2 innings, allowing just 105 hits and 34 walks.
As anticipated, Reyes has been optioned back to Triple-A Memphis by the St. Louis Cardinals. The 23-year-old righthander was called up earlier this week to make a spot start against the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday. He looked solid in his major league debut, allowing two runs on two hits in 6.1 innings of work, which was enough to record his first career victory. Reyes struck out five and walked one.
The Cardinals have decided to bring up Reyes for a spot start on Tuesday against the Milwaukee Brewers. The move was made in order to give the rest of the St. Louis rotation an extra day off. The Cardinals are in the midst of a schedule of 30 games in 31 days.