HOUSTON (AP) -The St. Louis Cardinals acquired catcher Kelly Stinnett from the Los Angeles Dodgers for cash on Sunday.
The 37-year-old Stinnett is scheduled to join the Cardinals before Tuesday's game against Cincinnati. Stinnett was playing for Triple-A Las Vegas, where he appeared in 31 games.
The Cardinals, who were playing the Houston Astros on Sunday, will make a corresponding roster move before Tuesday's game.
Stinnett has played for seven teams in 11 major league seasons. He hit a career-high 14 homers with Arizona in 1999.
Stinnett was hitting .196 with Las Vegas. He has a .237 lifetime average in the majors.
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