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Cardinals claim Matt Adams off waivers

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The St. Louis Cardinals have claimed first baseman Matt Adams off waivers. The Washington Nationals has placed him on waivers.

Adams, second baseman Daniel Murphy, and star outfielder Bryce Harper were recently claimed off waivers. Murphy was traded to the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday, as well.

Harper was claimed by a mystery team. The Nationals have until the end of the day on Tuesday to work out a deal with the pending free agent.

Murphy gets to return to the Cardinals, where he began his career. He played for the team from 2012 through 2017.

He was then traded to the Atlanta Braves in May 2017 for minor league pitcher Juan Yepez.

Adams joins the Cardinals as they make the playoff push over the rest of the season.


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