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2021-06-16 15:15:04 

﹛﹛St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Tyler O’Neill is congratulated by St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Shildt (8) as he comes back to the dugout with his Gold Glove trophy after a ceremony where he was given the award before a game between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on Friday, May 21, 2021. Photo by David Carson, dcarson@post-dispatch.com

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﹛﹛Derrick Goold

﹛﹛PHOENIX?〞 The test for outfielder Tyler O’Neill, who broke a finger stealing second base during the team’s last road trip out here to the West Coast, would be whether he could regain his grip stretch and do so comfortably as the finger continued to heal.

﹛﹛He passed in time to join the team for a four-day visit to Arizona that offers the Cardinals a chance to slake their drought of consistent play in the desert.

﹛﹛The Cardinals activated O’Neill from the 10-day injured list on the first day he was eligible to return. To make room on the roster for the left fielder, the Cardinals optioned John Nogowski to Class AAA Memphis. The team announced the move on Twitter. It’s possible that Nogowski will remain with the team as a member of the taxi squad that travels along with the team.

﹛﹛O’Neill returns to an outfield recently compromised by another injury.

﹛﹛For parts of the past week, the Cardinals have been without their planned starting outfielders: O’Neill missed 10 days with the broken finger; rookie Dylan Carlson missed two games with a sore back; a few innings after he returned to the lineup, Carlson moved over to center field as Harrison Bader fractured a rib diving for a shallow drive.

﹛﹛The depth at outfield was further undermined by injuries in the minors to 40-man outfielders Scott Hurst and Austin Dean.