MLB disabled list (with statistics)
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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).
Chisenhall feeling better
Cleveland Indians right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall should be available for Game 6 after being stricken with a stomach bug on Sunday. Chisenhall was sent back to the team hotel before Game 5 after complaining about not feeling well. Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Monday that Chisenhall was able to make it back to the stadium before the first pitch and could have entered as a pinch hitter in the ninth inning of Sunday night's 3-2 loss if the pitcher's spot had come up.
Indians will have Salazar on World Series roster
Danny Salazar, who hasn't pitched since Sept. 9 because of tightness in his right forearm, will be on Cleveland's roster and is expected to pitch against the Chicago Cubs. Salazar cleared his final hurdle by pitching three simulated innings on Sunday night with manager Terry Francona, pitching coach Mickey Callaway and Cleveland's front office keeping a close eye on every delivery.
"He threw three innings and under those circumstances, it's not the easiest to probably reach your best velocity, but he was getting after it pretty good," Francona said. So after juggling his rotation for weeks with both Salazar and Carlos Carrasco (broken hand) out, Francona suddenly has another option to throw at the NL champs and their deep lineup.
Indians could have Salazar back for World Series
Indians starter Danny Salazar, who hasn't pitched since Sept. 9 because of tightness in his right forearm, has thrown well in recent bullpen sessions and might be able to pitch for the first time in this postseason. Manager Terry Francona said Friday that Salazar has "let it go" during some recent workouts and has not been restricted to throwing only fastballs and changeups. Salazar will throw a three-inning simulated game Saturday and the Indians will assess his status before deciding whether to have him on their World Series roster.
Travis done for season
Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis will not play again this season after returning to Toronto for more tests on his injured right knee. He underwent an MRI after the division series and again on Saturday, and the Blue Jays asked MLB for Travis to be replaced. After Travis' medical tests and history were reviewed by the MLB medical director, first baseman Justin Smoak was added to the ALCS roster.
Travis to undergo MRI
Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis aggravated an injury in his right knee during a 2-0 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Friday night and afterward sounded pessimistic about his chances of returning in the series. "It hurts pretty bad," Travis said. "I felt good going into the game. I covered first on that bunt and jarred my knee a little bit. I felt a super sharp pain in my knee and it felt like it was going to give out a little bit."
Travis is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Saturday before Game 2 and the Blue Jays are hoping for good results. The 25-year-old Travis missed two games in the Division Series against Texas after sustaining a bone bruise in his right knee. He batted .300 with 11 homers and 50 RBIs in 101 games during the regular season.
San Fran. 10.10.16
Giants scratch Pagan with back spasms
Giants left fielder Angel Pagan has been scratched from the starting lineup of NL Division Game 3 against the Chicago Cubs because of back spasms. Pagan has a .455 (5 for 11) average against Jake Arrieta with a double and two strikeouts. He is hitting .300 with a double this postseason.
Liriano has concussion
Blue Jays left-hander Francisco Liriano was removed from the AL Division Series roster Saturday after he sustained a concussion in Toronto's Game 2 win over Texas. Right-hander Danny Barnes will replace Liriano, who left in the eighth inning Friday after being hit in the back of the head by Carlos Gomez's line drive. Liriano is not eligible to return for seven days.
Travis scratched from lineup before Game 2
Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis has been scratched from the starting lineup for Game 2 of the AL Division Series at Texas. The Blue Jays announced about an hour before first pitch of the afternoon game that Travis was out of the lineup because of right knee irritation. Travis was 0 for 5 but scored a run when the Blue Jays beat the Rangers 10-1 in the ALDS opener.
Gomes returns for postseason
Yan Gomes completed a comeback even he doubted was possible. Given little chance to play in the postseason after breaking his right hand last month, Cleveland's catcher made the club's postseason roster and will play in the American League Division Series against the Boston Red Sox.
Gomes' hand isn't completely healed, but that's not going to stop him now, not with a chance to play in the postseason for the second time in his career. "I'm just going to tape it as tight as we can and hopefully it stays together," he said. "But I can tell you, I'm going to give 100 percent every time."
Ch. Cubs 29.9.16
Coghlan leaves after running into wall
Chicago Cubs left fielder Chris Coghlan has left a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates with a mild ankle sprain after crashing into the outfield wall. He has missed time this season with a pair of rib cage injuries that required trips to the disabled list. Coghlan was 0 for 1 with a walk and is batting .268 with one homer and 16 RBIs in 45 games for the NL Central champions since being acquired from Oakland in June.
Ramos to have MRI on injured knee
Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos will have an MRI on his right knee after injuring it in a 14-4 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday night. He tore the ACL and medial collateral ligament in his right knee in 2012. Ramos is hitting .307 with 22 home runs and 80 RBIs this season for the playoff-bound Nationals, who clinched the NL East title on Saturday.
Ch. Sox 25.9.16
Eaton out after running into wall
Chicago White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton will sit out at least the next two games after crashing into the padded wall Friday night. Eaton is still undergoing tests. He was shaken up after he raced back and caught a drive by Cleveland's Roberto Perez in the sixth inning of Friday's 5-2 loss. Eaton stayed down for several minutes before he was helped to the dugout. Eaton, who said he is feeling better, is batting .283 with 14 homers and 58 RBIs.
Polanco leaves game after crashing into fence
Pirates left fielder Gregory Polanco left a game Friday night with a left facial contusion following a crash into the left-field fence while chasing a first-inning double by Washington's Bryce Harper. Polanco stayed down on the ground for a few minutes then was removed after being examined by team trainers. Adam Frazier moved from second base to replace Polanco, and Alen Hanson took over at second.
San Fran. 22.9.16
Cueto out with groin strain
Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto could miss his next scheduled start because of a groin strain. Cueto (17-5) was forced out of his start Tuesday night in the sixth inning because of the injury. The right-hander had an MRI on Wednesday that confirmed a Grade 1 strain. Manager Bruce Bochy says Cueto could be out up to a week.
Gomes out 6 to 8 weeks
Indians catcher Yan Gomes will miss six to eight weeks with a broken right wrist, likely ending his injury-plagued season. Gomes sustained a non-displaced fracture when he was hit by a pitch Wednesday night while on a rehab assignment for Double-A Akron. He was examined by a hand specialist Friday and will not need surgery.
Gomes appeared to be a game away from rejoining the Indians when his latest injury occurred. He separated his right shoulder on July 17 when he fell trying to beat out a play at first base in Minnesota.