PEORIA (WEEK) – It was a big night at Dozer Park on Saturday. Cardinals pitcher Miles Mikolas got his Peoria Chiefs start as part of his rehab assignment for an arm injury.
Mikolas tallied eight strikeouts and allowed 3 runs during 7 innings pitched for the Chiefs.
He said following his outing in Peoria that he feels ready for the major leagues.
“I think so. I think it feels good, you know, the issue is always making sure my pitch count was high enough,” Mikolas said. “I threw close to 90 today. I’d be comfortable throwing close to 90-100 up there in the big leagues. I think I can get through most of the game being stringy with my pitches.”
Mikolas added that he’s enjoyed being the Chiefs’ clubhouse while on assignment.
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