MLB disabled list (with statistics)

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Arizona Diamondbacks

23.4Mark TrumboLF00-023.4 ?
20.4A.J. PollockCF00-023.4 ?
28.3David HernandezRP00-0
16.3Patrick CorbinSP00-0
10.6Matt ReynoldsRP00-0
2.9Daniel HudsonSP00-0

Atlanta Braves

25.3Cory GearrinRP00-0
17.3Mike MinorSP00-0
17.3Kris MedlenSP00-0
20.1Gavin FloydSP00-0
22.8Brandon BeachySP00-0
26.3Jonny VentersRP00-0

Baltimore Orioles

22.4J.J. HardySS00-023.4 ?
22.4Matt WietersC00-023.4 ?
26.3Nolan ReimoldDH00-0
24.3Michael Almanzar3B00-0
11.3Francisco PegueroLF00-0
9.3Edgmer EscalonaSP00-0
5.1Troy PattonRP00-0
23.9Manny Machado3B00-0

Boston Red Sox

25.3Shane VictorinoRF00-023.4 ?
16.2Ryan DempsterSP00-0
16.2Steven WrightSP00-0

Chicago Cubs

17.3James McDonaldSP00-0
16.2Jake ArrietaSP00-0
26.5Kyuji FujikawaRP00-0

Chicago White Sox

22.4Conor Gillaspie3B00-023.4 ?
22.4Chris SaleSP00-0
19.4Felipe PaulinoSP00-0
19.4Adam EatonCF00-023.4 ?
10.4Avisail GarciaRF00-0
3.4Nate JonesRP00-0
15.3Gordon Beckham2B00-025.4 ?
24.9Jeff Keppinger2B00-0

Cincinnati Reds

8.4Trevor BellRP00-0
21.3Skip SchumakerLF00-0
20.3Aroldis ChapmanRP00-0
18.2Mat LatosSP00-0

Colorado Rockies

17.4Michael CuddyerRF00-0
12.4Brett AndersonSP00-0
11.3Jhoulys ChacinSP00-0

Detroit Tigers

21.4Luke PutkonenRP00-0
29.3Andy DirksLF00-0
21.3Bruce RondonRP00-0
16.3Jose IglesiasSS00-0

Houston Astros

23.4Matt AlbersRP00-023.4 ?
21.4Scott FeldmanSP00-0
13.3Asher WojciechowskiSP00-0
29.9Jesse CrainRP00-0
30.3Alex WhiteSP00-0

Kansas City Royals

17.4Lorenzo CainCF00-0
7.4Francisley BuenoRP00-0
7.4Tim CollinsRP00-0
29.3Luke HochevarRP00-0

Los Angeles Angels

16.4Kole CalhounRF00-0
15.4Dane De La RosaRP00-0
9.4Josh HamiltonLF00-0
30.3Ryan BrasierRP00-0
19.3Brian MoranRP00-0
26.5Sean BurnettRP00-0

Los Angeles Dodgers

23.4Andre EthierCF00-023.4 ?
23.4Dee Gordon2B00-023.4 ?
8.4A.J. EllisC00-0
29.3Clayton KershawSP00-0
16.3Onelki GarciaSP00-0
21.4Chad BillingsleySP00-0
17.9Scott ElbertRP00-0

Miami Marlins

9.4Jacob TurnerSP00-0
27.3Ed Lucas3B00-0
17.3Rafael FurcalSS00-0

Milwaukee Brewers

22.4Martin MaldonadoC00-028.4 ?+
19.4Logan SchaferLF00-0
12.4Brandon KintzlerRP00-025.4 ?
26.1Tom GorzelannyRP00-0

Minessota Twins

6.4Josh WillinghamLF00-0
5.4Oswaldo ArciaRF00-0

NY Mets

15.4Juan LagaresCF00-0
1.4Bobby ParnellRP00-0
27.8Matt HarveySP00-0

NY Yankees

19.4Ivan NovaSP00-0
15.4Francisco CervelliC00-0
5.4Alex Rodriguez3B00-0
7.3Brendan RyanSS00-0

Oakland Athletics

3.4Jake Elmore2B00-0
14.3A.J. GriffinSP00-0
17.2Eric O'FlahertyRP00-0
14.10Jarrod ParkerSP00-0
28.3Fernando RodriguezRP00-0

Philadelphia Phillies

20.3Darin RufRF00-0
16.3Miguel Alfredo GonzalezSP00-0
10.3Ethan MartinSP00-0
12.2Cole HamelsSP00-023.4 ?

San Diego Padres

29.3Carlos QuentinLF00-0
29.3Casey KellySP00-0
22.3Josh JohnsonSP00-0
12.6Cameron MaybinCF00-0
21.7Joe WielandSP00-0
21.5Cory LuebkeSP00-0

San Francisco Giants

22.4David HuffRP00-0
17.9Marco Scutaro2B00-0

Seattle Mariners

16.4Blake BeavanSP00-0
16.4Logan Morrison1B00-0
9.4James PaxtonSP00-0
13.3Taijuan WalkerSP00-0
12.2Hisashi IwakumaSP00-0

St. Louis Cardinals

22.4Adam WainwrightSP00-027.4 ?
17.4Joe KellyRP00-0
18.5Jaime GarciaSP00-0
23.3Jason MotteRP00-0

Tampa Bay Rays

13.4Alex CobbSP00-0
8.4Matt MooreSP00-0
30.3Tim Beckham2B00-0
12.3Jeremy HellicksonSP00-0

Texas Rangers

23.4Kevin Kouzmanoff3B00-023.4 ?
22.4Shin-Soo ChooLF00-025.4 ?
19.4Jim AdduciCF00-0
18.4Tanner ScheppersSP00-0
8.4Adrian Beltre3B00-025.4 ?
4.4Joe SaundersSP00-0
24.3Engel BeltreCF00-0
23.3Jurickson Profar2B00-0
23.3Geovany SotoC00-0
17.3Derek HollandSP00-0
14.2Joe OrtizRP00-0
9.4Matt HarrisonSP00-0

Toronto Blue Jays

18.4Adam LindDH00-0
13.4Maicer Izturis2B00-0
30.3Casey JanssenRP00-0
26.3J.A. HappSP00-0

Washington Nationals

23.4Adam LaRoche1B00-023.4 ?
12.4Jeff Kobernus2B00-0
12.4Ryan Zimmerman3B00-0
6.4Scott HairstonRF00-0
1.4Wilson RamosC00-0
28.3Doug FisterSP00-0
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

Texas 23.4.14
Shin-Soo Choo listed as day-to-day

Shin-Soo Choo will likely avoid the disabled list after an MRI exam showed that the he did not have a high left ankle sprain. The Texas left fielder is day-to-day, and is not expected to play until Friday against the Seattle Mariners at the earliest. The Rangers already have 11 players on the disabled list and come into Tuesday's contest with 12-8 record, 1.5 games back of the Athletics.

Colorado 22.4.14
Cuddyer hits 15-day DL

The Rockies announced that outfielder Michael Cuddyer has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring. An MRI confirmed the strain but nothing more extensive. The move was made retroactive to April 18. Cuddyer, the 2013 NL batting champ, is batting .317, with three home runs and 10 RBIs in 16 games this campaign.

Ch. Sox 22.4.14
Chris Sale placed on 15-day DL

The White Sox placed their ace Chris Sale on the disabled list with a flexor muscle strain in his left elbow. It is the first time in the 25-year-old's career that he has hit the disabled list and the first time he has had any issues with his elbow. Sale is 3-0 with a 2.31 ERA. Forearm discomfort is often the first indicator of damage to the ulnar collateral ligament, and subsequent Tommy John surgery in a worst-case scenario, but Sale underwent an MRI that showed no ligament damage, and the White Sox are optimistic for a quick return.

NY Yank. 21.4.14
Ivan Nova has elbow ligament tear

Ivan Nova has a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow, an injury that often requires Tommy John surgery. The New York Yankees right-hander left Saturday's game against Tampa Bay in the fifth inning. An MRI after the game revealed the injury and Nova was placed on the 15-day disabled list. If he needs elbow-ligament replacement surgery he could be sidelined more than a year.

Baltimore 21.4.14
Hardy exits with right hamstring strain

Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy, who left Sunday's game with a strained right hamstring, said following the game that he doesn't know the severity of the injury. The Orioles said that Hardy is considered day-to-day, but Hardy said he was told by manager Buck Showalter that he won't play in Monday's Patriots Day game at Fenway Park. Hardy has already missed six games this season with lower back spasms.

Texas 20.4.14
Rangers place Adduci on DL

The Texas Rangers put outfielder Jim Adduci on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with a fractured left little finger. Adduci was injured when he slid headfirst into second base Friday night in a 12-0 win over the Chicago White Sox. He stayed in the game and added two hits after that in his first start of the season, and thought he had just jammed his finger until he woke up Saturday. 'I didn't even know he was hurt,' manager Ron Washington said, lightheartedly adding, 'Maybe he broke it in his sleep.'

Texas 19.4.14
Scheppers out with elbow inflammation

The Texas Rangers placed pitcher Tanner Scheppers on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation. Scheppers has struggled during his first stint as a starter in the majors, going 0-1 with a sky-high earned run average of 9.82 over four outings. He has allowed 20 runs and 27 hits in 18 1/3 innings. The 27-year-old was 6-2 with a 1.88 ERA in 76 relief appearances for the Rangers last season.

Kansas 18.4.14
Lorenzo Cain lands on disabled list

Kansas City outfielder Lorenzo Cain has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left groin strain. Cain was injured trying to beat a throw to first base in the ninth inning on Wednesday. He is hitting .333 with five RBIs and two stolen bases in 12 games this season.

Seattle 17.4.14
Ji-Man Choi suspended 50 games

Seattle Mariners first baseman Ji-Man Choi has been suspended for 50 games following a positive test for a performance-enhancing substance. MLB said that Choi tested positive for methandienone, a controlled substance popular with bodybuilders. Choi became the third player suspended this year under the big league program following Yankees star Alex Rodriguez and Rays pitcher Alex Colome.

NY Mets 16.4.14
Mets put Juan Lagares on disabled list

The New York Mets have placed center fielder Juan Lagares on the 15-day disabled list with a pulled right hamstring. Lagares was injured while beating out a double-play ball Monday in New York's 7-3 win over Arizona. An outstanding defender, Lagares had performed well in an everyday role after Chris Young went down with a strained quadriceps at the beginning of the season.

Tampa 15.4.14
Moore to miss rest of season

Tampa Bay left-hander Matt Moore will miss the remainder of the season after opting to have elbow-ligament replacement surgery. The 24-year-old, who made the AL All-Star team last year, will be the first Rays pitcher to undergo Tommy John surgery since Jason Isringhausen in June 2009. Moore hasn't pitched since walking off the mound with elbow soreness on April 7 in Kansas City. He was placed on the disabled list the following day.

Texas 14.4.14
Adrian Beltre placed on 15-day DL

Adrian Beltre is getting some extra time to recover from a strained left quad after the Texas Rangers put their third baseman on the 15-day disabled list Sunday. Beltre hasn't played since coming out of Tuesday's game at Boston. His disabled list move is retroactive to Wednesday, and he could be eligible to return as early as April 24, a day off for Texas.

Tampa 14.4.14
Rays put Cobb on disabled list

The Tampa Bay Rays put right-hander Alex Cobb on the 15-day disabled list Sunday with a strained oblique in his left side, the second starter they've lost to injury in a week. Cobb felt some tightness in his side during the game on Saturday, but he was throwing so well that the Rays thought nothing of it. Left-hander Matt Moore went on the 15-day DL earlier in the week with a sore elbow.

Washing. 13.4.14
Zimmerman out 4 to 6 weeks

Washington Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman is expected to miss four to six weeks after breaking his right thumb against the Atlanta Braves. Before the game, the Nationals placed center fielder Denard Span on the seven-day disabled list with a concussion. Right fielder Jayson Werth was held out after leaving Friday night's game with cramping in his groin.

Minnes. 12.4.14
Twins expect to put Willingham on DL

The Minnesota Twins expect to put left fielder Josh Willingham on the 15-day disabled list Saturday. Willingham has been out since he was hit in the left wrist by a pitch Sunday in Cleveland. The move would be retroactive to Monday. Willingham took batting practice before Friday night's game against Kansas City and still felt pain when he swung hard. Willingham, who had 14 homers and 48 RBIs in 111 games last year, is hitting .294 in six games this season with no home runs and one RBI.

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