MLB disabled list (with statistics)
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St. Louis Cardinals
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Toronto Blue Jays
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).
Royals win World Series
The Kansas City Royals won their first World Series crown since 1985 by pulling off another of their trademark late comebacks to beat the New York Mets 7-2. A year after losing in seven games to San Francisco, the Royals made up for it with another never-say-die rally after being held scoreless for the first eight innings. Down 2-0 in the ninth, Kansas City fought back in Game 5 against two of the top arms on the pitching-rich Mets: Matt Harvey and Jeurys Familia. And the Royals did it not with home run power but instead a daring dash from Eric Hosmer, a three-run double by Lorenzo Cain, a couple of crucial stolen bases. "I couldn't have written a better script," manager Ned Yost said.
Royals catcher Salvador Perez was unanimously named the Most Valuable Player of the 2015 World Series. Perez became the first catcher to win the MVP award since Pat Borders won it while playing for the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1992 World Series, and the seventh catcher to win it in the history of the Fall Classic.
NY Mets 27.10.15
Cespedes set to play in opener
Mets slugger Yoenis Cespedes says he'll be ready to play in Game 1 despite an ailing left shoulder. "I'm feeling very well. I believe that tomorrow I'm going to be at 100 percent," Cespedes said Monday. The outfielder exited the NL Championship Series finale because of his sore shoulder and received a cortisone injection the next day. "I have no concern. He feels great. I just saw him," New York manager Terry Collins said. "He feels fine. He's going to hit again today and he's ready to go."
Ch. Cubs 13.10.15
Russell leaves with left hamstring tightness
Cubs shortstop Addison Russell has left Game 3 of the NL Division Series against the Cardinals due to tightness in his left hamstring. Russell made a headfirst slide into third on a two-out triple in the fourth. A trainer and manager Joe Maddon then came out to check on the rookie, who was replaced by Javier Baez. Russell hit .242 with 13 homers and 54 RBIs during the regular season.
NY Mets 11.10.15
Utley's takeout slide breaks Tejada's leg
New York Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada was taken off the field on a cart with a broken leg after getting taken out by Chase Utley of the Dodgers on a play at second base in the seventh inning of Game 2 of their National League Division Series. X-rays showed that Tejada fractured his right fibula on the play, ending his postseason.
Cecil tears calf muscle
Toronto Blue Jays reliever Brett Cecil tore his left calf muscle during Friday's AL Division Series game and might be done for the postseason. Cecil, Toronto's top left-hander in the bullpen, was injured while tagging Mike Napoli in a rundown that ended the eighth inning of a 6-4 loss to the Texas Rangers. He had to be helped off the field. Toronto manager John Gibbons said Cecil has a "pretty significant tear in his calf, so that's not very good."
NY Yank. 6.10.15
CC Sabathia enters alcohol rehab
New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia has decided to enter an alcohol rehabilitation center, the club announced Monday, and will not be available during the postseason. The Yankees host the Houston Astros on Tuesday in the AL wild-card game. Sabathia wasn't scheduled to pitch, but if the club were to advance to the ALDS, he likely would have been called upon. As he wrote in his statement, Sabathia knows this is a difficult time to leave the club, but he owes it to his family to get help now. From a baseball standpoint, Sabathia went 6-10 this season for the Yankees with a 4.73 ERA in 29 starts.
Cano to undergo hernia surgery Oct. 13
Robinson Cano will undergo surgery to repair a sports hernia in two weeks and expects to be fully recovered by spring training. The Mariners' star second baseman, who will turn 33 on Oct. 22, plans to play in the final three games of the season before having surgery on Oct. 13. Cano sustained an abdominal injury on July 22 that the team's medical director, Dr. Edward Khalfayan, determined to be a core muscle injury, or sports hernia.
NY Mets 1.10.15
Matz scratched from Thursday start
New York Mets rookie left-hander Steven Matz has been scratched from his scheduled start on Thursday against the Philadelphia Phillies because of a back injury, putting his playoff availability in question. Matz had been slated to pitch in Wednesday's game, then was pushed back a day when he woke up Tuesday with a sore back following a poor night's sleep. Manager Terry Collins said Wednesday the back issue was lingering.
St Louis 29.9.15
Piscotty injured in violent collision
St. Louis Cardinals rookie Stephen Piscotty was carted off the field Monday night following a violent collision with teammate Peter Bourjos. Piscotty lay motionless on the grass in left-center field for several minutes. He was strapped to a backboard and waved his left hand as he was driven away, eliciting a big cheer from the Pittsburgh crowd. Piscotty has a bruise on his head and all tests conducted were negative, the Cardinals said. He will be held overnight at a hospital for observation.
LA Dodg. 27.9.15
Gonzalez sidelined with pinched nerve
Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez has been scratched from Saturday's starting lineup due to a pinched nerve in his lower back. Manager Don Mattingly said Gonzalez will also sit out Sunday's game, but he said he does not consider the injury to be serious. Gonzalez missed two other games this past week because of the pinched nerve. Despite the nagging injury, Gonzalez has played in 149 of 156 games this season. He leads the team in home runs (28) and RBIs (88) and is hitting .275.
Altuve injured in collision
Astros second baseman Jose Altuve has been hurt in a collision with shortstop Carlos Correa in Houston's game Friday night against the Texas Rangers. There was no immediate word on his injury. Altuve and Correa were tracking a popup by Elvis Andrus with two outs in the seventh inning. Altuve had the ball in his glove for a moment before Correa crashed into him. Altuve was hit in the face by Correa's glove and knocked to the ground, using his right arm to break his fall. Altuve grimaced as he remained on the field for a couple of minutes while trainers attended to him. He eventually walked off and was replaced by Jake Marisnick.
Ramirez sits out after tweaking groin
The Pittsburgh Pirates are keeping third baseman Aramis Ramirez out of the lineup for precautionary reasons Wednesday night against Colorado after he tweaked his left groin while running the bases the night before. Ramirez had an RBI triple in the fourth inning Tuesday and then played in the field the next two innings before exiting. He said Wednesday he learned a valuable lesson: "No more triples. I'm going to stop at second from now on. Speed is not part of my game." It was Ramirez's first triple of the season.
Hamilton to undergo shoulder surgery
Billy Hamilton will undergo arthroscopic shoulder surgery later this week, ending the season for the Cincinnati Reds speedster. Hamilton leads the majors with a career-best 57 steals in 65 chances and also is among the National League leaders with eight outfield assists. He missed the last six starts after re-injuring his shoulder, stealing a base in his lone appearance since then.
Herrera hurt in collision with teammate
Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Elian Herrera was injured Saturday night when he collided with teammate Shane Peterson as they tried to chase down a looping fly ball in left field. Herrera did not move for more than 5 minutes while being treated by Brewers trainers before being rolled over onto his back. He was placed on a backboard and stretcher and left the field in an ambulance. His condition and injury was not immediately known. After having his knee examined, Peterson was able to remain in the game.
Tazawa shut down for season to get some rest
The Boston Red Sox right-hander Junichi Tazawa has been shut down for the remainder of the season to get some rest. "I just want to make this perfectly clear: There was no injury," Boston acting manager Torey Lovullo said. "There was nothing behind this other than us giving him a rest. He feels good. He could pitch if we asked him to. Taz has been a warrior for the past three years. It was just our way to pay him back. Let's just get a jump start on the offseason." Tazawa has appeared in 61 games. He is 2-7 with a 4.14 ERA.