PITTSBURGH — Rookie Nolan Gorman was the Cardinals’ second baseman Friday night in his big-league debut against the Pittsburgh Pirates. And Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol said it would stay that way, at least in the fact that the hot-hitting infielder wasn’t brought up to be a designated hitter.
He will be wearing a fielder’s glove on most days.
“Whenever we brought him up, he was going to play second,” said Marmol. “He’s going to play second and ‘Eddie (Tommy Edman)’ is going to play short.”
Gorman, who had 15 homers, a .308 average, and an 1.