MLB disabled list (with statistics)

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Arizona Diamondbacks

22.7Cody RossLF00-0
28.6Chris OwingsSS00-0
25.6Jordan PachecoC00-0
16.6Bronson ArroyoSP00-0
8.6Eric Chavez3B00-0
3.6Cliff PenningtonSS00-0
1.6A.J. PollockCF00-0
28.3David HernandezRP00-0
16.3Patrick CorbinSP00-0
10.6Matt ReynoldsRP00-0
2.9Daniel HudsonSP00-0

Atlanta Braves

19.6Gavin FloydSP00-0
19.6Pedro BeatoRP00-0
25.3Cory GearrinRP00-0
17.3Kris MedlenSP00-0
22.8Brandon BeachySP00-0
26.3Jonny VentersRP00-0

Baltimore Orioles

11.7Ubaldo JimenezSP00-0
2.6Johan SantanaSP00-0
11.5Matt WietersC00-0

Boston Red Sox

29.5Mike Carp1B00-0
29.5Ryan LavarnwayC00-0
17.5Will Middlebrooks3B00-0
16.2Ryan DempsterSP00-0

Chicago Cubs

17.3James McDonaldSP00-0
26.5Kyuji FujikawaRP00-0

Chicago White Sox

22.7Jose Abreu1B00-022.7 ?-
22.5Matt LindstromRP00-0
19.4Felipe PaulinoSP00-0
10.4Avisail GarciaRF00-0
3.4Nate JonesRP00-0

Cincinnati Reds

22.7Logan OndrusekRP00-0
10.7Brandon Phillips2B00-0
8.7Jack Hannahan3B00-0
6.7Joey Votto1B00-0
14.6Sean MarshallRP00-0
8.4Trevor BellRP00-0

Cleveland Indians

22.7Asdrubal CabreraSS00-022.7 ?-
8.7Justin MastersonSP00-0
5.7Michael BournCF00-0
12.6Jason GiambiDH00-0
22.5Nyjer MorganCF00-0

Colorado Rockies

19.7Justin Morneau1B00-0
19.7Boone LoganRP00-0
19.7Troy TulowitzkiSS00-0
30.6Jhoulys ChacinSP00-0
20.6Christian BergmanSP00-0
8.6Michael CuddyerRF00-0
5.6Jordan LylesSP00-0
29.4Tyler ChatwoodSP00-0

Detroit Tigers

19.7Joel HanrahanRP00-0
5.7Patrick McCoyRP00-0
21.4Luke PutkonenRP00-0
29.3Andy DirksLF00-0
21.3Bruce RondonRP00-0
16.3Jose IglesiasSS00-0

Houston Astros

20.7George SpringerRF00-022.7 ?
20.7Jesus Guzman1B00-022.7 ?
8.7Alex PresleyLF00-0
6.7Collin McHughSP00-0
28.6Dexter FowlerCF00-0
8.5Jose CisneroRP00-0
23.4Matt AlbersRP00-0
29.9Jesse CrainRP00-0

Kansas City Royals

22.7Eric Hosmer1B00-022.7 ?-
10.7Jason VargasSP00-0
25.5Danny Valencia3B00-022.7 ?-
29.3Luke HochevarRP00-0

Los Angeles Angels

12.7Collin CowgillRF00-0
10.7C.J. WilsonSP00-0
28.5Sean BurnettRP00-0
30.3Ryan BrasierRP00-0
19.3Brian MoranRP00-0

Los Angeles Dodgers

22.7Hanley RamirezSS00-022.7 ?-
22.7Yasiel PuigRF00-022.7 ?-
6.7Erisbel ArruebarrenaSS00-0
15.6Chone Figgins3B00-0
3.6Chris WithrowRP00-0
16.3Onelki GarciaSP00-0
21.4Chad BillingsleySP00-0
17.9Scott ElbertRP00-0

Miami Marlins

19.7Henderson AlvarezSP00-024.7 ?
18.7Kevin GreggRP00-0
4.7Derek Dietrich2B00-0
21.6Rafael Furcal2B00-0
27.5Carter CappsRP00-0
12.5Jose FernandezSP00-0

Milwaukee Brewers

13.7Jeff BianchiSS00-0
10.7Wei-Chung WangRP00-0
7.6Tyler ThornburgRP00-0
2.5Jim HendersonRP00-0

Minessota Twins

8.7Ricky NolascoSP00-0
1.7Joe Mauer1B00-0
2.5Mike PelfreySP00-0

NY Mets

22.7Chris YoungLF00-022.7 ?
24.6Taylor TeagardenC00-0
1.4Bobby ParnellRP00-0
27.8Matt HarveySP00-0

NY Yankees

9.7Masahiro TanakaSP00-0
11.5CC SabathiaSP00-0
24.4Michael PinedaSP00-0
19.4Ivan NovaSP00-0
5.4Alex Rodriguez3B00-0

Oakland Athletics

11.7Alberto CallaspoDH00-0
21.6Kyle Blanks1B00-0
14.3A.J. GriffinSP00-0
14.10Jarrod ParkerSP00-0

Philadelphia Phillies

22.7John Mayberry1B00-0
27.6Carlos RuizC00-0
7.6Mike AdamsRP00-0

Pittsburgh Pirates

6.7Clint BarmesSS00-0
4.7Gerrit ColeSP00-0

San Diego Padres

10.7Tommy Medica1B00-022.7 ?-
1.7Everth CabreraSS00-0
23.6Andrew CashnerSP00-0
19.6Yonder Alonso1B00-0
14.6Troy PattonRP00-0
4.6Jedd Gyorko2B00-0
22.5Robbie ErlinSP00-0
29.3Casey KellySP00-0
22.3Josh JohnsonSP00-0
21.7Joe WielandSP00-0
21.5Cory LuebkeSP00-0

San Francisco Giants

21.7Matt CainSP00-0
13.7Brandon Belt1B00-0
15.6Angel PaganCF00-0

Seattle Mariners

21.7Roenis EliasSP00-026.7 ?
11.7Michael SaundersRF00-0
16.4Blake BeavanSP00-0
9.4James PaxtonSP00-0

St. Louis Cardinals

10.7Yadier MolinaC00-0
22.6Michael WachaSP00-0
22.6Jaime GarciaSP00-0
24.5Kevin SiegristRP00-0

Tampa Bay Rays

22.7Joel PeraltaRP00-0
11.7Ryan HaniganC00-0
24.6Jerry SandsRF00-0
19.6David DeJesusDH00-0
1.6Wil MyersRF00-0
8.4Matt MooreSP00-0
30.3Tim Beckham2B00-0

Texas Rangers

22.7Geovany SotoC00-0
22.7Jake SmolinskiLF00-022.7 ?-
19.7Alex RiosRF00-022.7 ?-
11.6Tanner ScheppersSP00-0
8.6Mitch MorelandDH00-0
5.6Alexi OgandoRP00-0
23.5Prince Fielder1B00-0
13.5Matt HarrisonSP00-0
11.5Martin PerezSP00-0
24.4Pedro FigueroaRP00-0
23.4Kevin Kouzmanoff3B00-0
24.3Engel BeltreCF00-0
23.3Jurickson Profar2B00-0
17.3Derek HollandSP00-0
14.2Joe OrtizRP00-0

Toronto Blue Jays

11.7Nolan ReimoldRF00-0
10.7Adam LindDH00-0
9.7Cole GillespieLF00-0
5.7Edwin Encarnacion1B00-0
22.6Brett Lawrie3B00-0
3.5Brandon MorrowSP00-0
13.4Maicer Izturis2B00-0

Washington Nationals

16.5Eury PerezCF00-0
12.4Jeff Kobernus2B00-0
26.3Ross OhlendorfRP00-0

The table contains following columns, respectively: date when the player was placed on the list, player name, player position, number of games played, on-base percentage plus slugging percentage (OPS), earned-run average (ERA), status for the day ("?+" - likely to play; "?" - status uncertain; "?-" - unlikely to play; "-" - will not play).

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news: injuries

Houston 24.7.14
Astros place Springer on disabled list

The Houston Astros placed rookie outfielder George Springer on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left quad. Springer last played on Saturday and has missed the last two games with the quad injury and right knee discomfort. The 24-year-old has hit .231 with 20 home runs and 51 RBI. Springer ranks second in both home runs and RBI among rookies, trailing White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu in both categories.

Colorado 23.7.14
Rockies put Tulowitzki on DL

The Colorado Rockies placed All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki on the 15-day disabled list. The move, which is retroactive to July 20, is due to a left hip flexor strain. Prior to this setback, the 29-year-old infielder was hitting a major-league best .340 while collecting 21 home runs, 18 doubles, 52 RBI and 71 runs scored in 91 games.

NY Yank. 22.7.14
Teixeira day-to-day

New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira is expected to miss three-game series against the Texas Rangers due to a mildly strained lat muscle. Teixeira, who went 0-for-12 in New York's first three games following the All- Star break, told reporters Monday that he hopes to be back in the lineup in 3 to 4 days. The veteran slugger leads the Yankees in both home runs (17) and RBI (48) this season and owns a .231 average in 76 games.

Colorado 22.7.14
Morneau placed on disabled list

A neck strain that kept Justin Morneau out of the Colorado Rockies' most recent series has landed the veteran first baseman on the 15-day disabled list. The Rockies announced the move, which is retroactive to July 14, prior to Monday's game against the Washington Nationals. Morneau, whose 60 RBI are tied for fifth in the National League this season, sat out the entire three games of Colorado's series at Pittsburgh this past weekend with the issue. The 33-year-old underwent surgery to repair a pinched nerve in his neck while with Minnesota in 2011, missing more than six weeks following the procedure.

San Fran. 21.7.14
Belt to disabled list

San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt will be placed on the disabled list after he was struck in the face during batting practice. Giants manager Bruce Bochy said he's not yet sure if Belt will go on the standard 15-day disabled list or the seven-day concussion DL. The 26-year-old Belt is batting .242 with 10 homers and 23 RBI in 46 games this season. He has a .758 OPS.

Texas 20.7.14
Rios leaves game with sprained ankle

Texas Rangers outfielder Alex Rios exited during the first inning of Saturday's game against Toronto with a right ankle sprain. Rios suffered the injury while swinging at the first pitch with two outs in the opening frame. He was replaced by Daniel Robertson in right field and is listed as day-to- day.

Tampa 18.7.14
Hanigan lands on disabled list

The Tampa Bay Rays placed starting catcher Ryan Hanigan on the 15-day disabled list due to a strained left oblique. The move is retroactive to July 9. Hanigan had missed the Rays' final four games prior to the All-Star break with the injury. Acquired in an offseason trade with Cincinnati, Hanigan has hit .212 with four home runs and 27 RBI in 61 games for Tampa Bay this season.

Colorado 18.7.14
Chatwood to undergo Tommy John surgery

Colorado Rockies pitcher Tyler Chatwood is scheduled to undergo Tommy John surgery and will miss the remainder of the season. Chatwood last played on April 29 before landing on the disabled list with a strained right elbow. He was making some progress during rehab, but had difficulty throwing breaking balls. The 24-year-old right-hander has gone 1-0 with a 4.50 earned run average in just four starts this season.

LA Angels 14.7.14
Cowgill lands on DL with broken nose and thumb

The Los Angeles Angels placed outfielder Collin Cowgill on the 15-day disabled list with a broken nose and fractured right thumb. Cowgill suffered both injuries in the eighth inning of Saturday night's game against Texas. He was hit in the nose by a pitch from Rangers reliever Matt West. The ball deflected off his thumb into his face, causing severe bleeding from the nose that required immediate stitching. In 69 games this season, Cowgill is hitting .277 with five homers and 16 RBI.

Oakland 13.7.14
Oakland place Callaspo on disabled list

The Oakland Athletics placed infielder and designated hitter Alberto Callaspo on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with a strained right hamstring and recalled infielder Andy Parrino from Triple-A Sacramento. Callaspo, who is batting .234 this season, was injured in Friday night's game against Seattle. He has appeared in at least 16 games this season in four positions, including each infield spot except shortstop. Parrino went 1-for-6 in two games last month while Callaspo was on the paternity leave list.

Baltimore 12.7.14
Orioles put Jimenez on disabled list

The Baltimore Orioles placed right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez on the 15-day disabled list with an ankle sprain. Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Jimenez, who had been scheduled to start on Saturday against the New York Yankees, was injured on Wednesday when he stepped in a hole in a parking lot, according to the team's official website. Jimenez was signed in February to a four-year contract and has gone 3-8 with a 4.52 ERA in 18 starts for the Orioles.

NY Yank. 11.7.14
Tanaka has UCL tear

New York Yankees ace Masahiro Tanaka has been diagnosed with a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow, though the team is hopeful the All-Star hurler will be able to return later this season. He will undergo a platelet-rich plasma injection next week in New York. If Tanaka's rehab proves successful, he could return to action in approximately six weeks. If not, the 25-year-old will likely be forced to have Tommy John surgery which would likely sideline him for all or most of next season.

Cincinnati 11.7.14
Phillips out six weeks

Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips will have surgery for a torn ligament in his left thumb. He is expected to be out six weeks. Phillips suffered the injury during Wednesday's game against the Chicago Cubs while making a diving play on an Anthony Rizzo grounder. The 33-year-old is hitting .272 with seven homers and 40 RBI so far this season.

NY Yank. 10.7.14
Beltran fractures nose

New York Yankees slugger Carlos Beltran was scratched from the lineup for Wednesday's win over the Indians after he broke his nose in two places during batting practice. Beltran hit a ball that caromed off the metal part of the screen in front of the pitcher's mound. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said it's unknown how long he would be sidelined.

The injuries are starting to pile up for the Yankees. Earlier Wednesday, they placed staff ace Masahiro Tanaka on the 15-day disabled list due to an ailing right elbow. He's on his way to Seattle to see an orthopedic specialist. Outfielder Brett Gardner was held out of the lineup with an abdominal strain.

Cleveland 9.7.14
Indians put Masterson on disabled list

A swollen right knee has landed struggling Cleveland Indians pitcher Justin Masterson on the 15-day disabled list. The Indians made the move one day after Masterson was tagged for five runs in two-plus innings in Monday's loss to the New York Yankees, an effort which raised the 2013 American League All-Star's season earned run average to 5.51. Masterson has failed to last more than four innings in any of his last three starts, during which he's produced a 13.00 ERA and issued 10 walks in a nine- inning span.

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