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Super sub Donovan may get some regular duty in right field

As the Cardinals seek a season-high fifth consecutive win they will employ the same nine starting players they used on Monday in a 7-3 win in 10 innings here over Toronto. The only difference is that Brendan Donovan will move to second from sixth in the batting order and fellow rookie Nolan Gorman will go the other way in Tuesday night's series finale here.

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