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Cardinals' Matt Adams could require surgery on quadriceps

Cardinals' Matt Adams suffers quadriceps injury that might require surgery

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams will be out indefinitely because of a strained right quadriceps, an injury that could require surgery.

"It's going to be awhile," General Manager John Mozeliak said Wednesday. "This is not something that's going to be 15 days."

Mozeliak called the injury a significant tear but would have more information after the results of an MRI exam are reviewed by doctors.

Adams was injured running out a double in the fifth inning Tuesday night against Arizona. He is batting .243 with four home runs and 20 runs batted in.

Orioles designate Alejandro De Aza for assignment

Baltimore Orioles outfielder Alejandro De Aza was designated for assignment.

De Aza, 31, batted .214 with three home runs and seven RBIs in 30 games. De Aza has a $5-million contract this year after losing an arbitration hearing with the Orioles.

Also, the Orioles announced the signing of Cuban left-hander Ariel Miranda to a minor league contract.

Miranda, 25, will report to the team's minor league facility in Sarasota, Florida, then join Class-A Frederick or double-A Bowie, the Orioles said.

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