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The Cardinals have a new closer in Seung Hwan Oh. What they could use is an additional late-inning reliever with a closer's composure and triple-digit gas. Trevor Rosenthal can still be that guy despite a rocky, injury-altered season. He can provide some of the thunder that was robbed when Alex Reyes moved back into the rotation. Rosenthal flashed it with his two-strikeout, hitless inning against the Giants last week. Then he took the mound against the Rockies this week and gave up three hits and a run before ending a lopsided Cardinals win. Rosenthal should receive more chances. The Cardinals will be a much more dangerous team if he proves he can handle more pressure.

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