MLB disabled list (with statistics)

Arizona Diamondbacks

27.8Daniel HudsonRP00-029.8 ?
17.8Jeremy HellicksonSP00-0
28.5Tuffy GosewischC00-0
17.5Phil Gosselin3B00-0

Atlanta Braves

4.8Jason FrasorRP00-0
28.7Manny BanuelosSP00-0
11.7Jason GrilliRP00-0
26.6Brandon CunniffRP00-0
31.5Paco RodriguezRP00-0
5.4Dan WinklerSP00-0
1.4Shae SimmonsRP00-0
10.3Mike MinorSP00-0
21.2Chris WithrowRP00-0

Baltimore Orioles

25.8J.J. HardySS00-0
10.8Chaz RoeRP00-0
1.8Mike WrightSP00-0

Boston Red Sox

29.8Hanley RamirezLF00-029.8 ?
14.8Steven WrightSP00-0
7.8Koji UeharaRP00-0
25.7Dustin Pedroia2B00-0
10.7Clay BuchholzSP00-0
24.5Anthony VarvaroRP00-0
14.4Brandon WorkmanSP00-0
2.4Christian VazquezC00-0

Chicago Cubs

24.8Jason MotteRP00-0
24.8Jorge SolerRF00-0
5.8Rafael SorianoRP00-0
29.7Neil RamirezRP00-0
10.3Jacob TurnerRP00-0

Chicago White Sox

5.8Daniel WebbRP00-0

Cincinnati Reds

23.8Brennan BoeschRF00-029.8 ?
19.8Billy HamiltonCF00-0
30.7Nate AdcockRP00-0
16.6Jon MoscotSP00-0
11.6Zack CozartSS00-0
22.5Devin MesoracoC00-0
27.4Homer BaileySP00-0
31.3Sean MarshallRP00-0

Cleveland Indians

28.8Danny SalazarSP00-0
25.8Carlos CarrascoSP00-0
16.8Chris Johnson3B00-0
8.7Nick HagadoneRP00-0
17.3Gavin FloydSP00-0

Colorado Rockies

19.8Michael McKenryC00-0
14.8Boone LoganRP00-0
1.8Kyle KendrickSP00-0
30.7Corey DickersonLF00-0
23.5Jordan LylesSP00-0
15.5Justin Morneau1B00-0
27.4Adam OttavinoRP00-0
1.4Tyler ChatwoodSP00-0

Detroit Tigers

20.8Daniel NorrisSP00-0
20.8Anibal SanchezSP00-0
24.5Kyle LobsteinSP00-0
8.4Joe NathanRP00-0

Houston Astros

29.8Carlos CorreaSS00-029.8 ?
29.8Jason CastroC00-029.8 ?
2.7George SpringerRF00-0
18.5Samuel DedunoRP00-0
17.4Brad PeacockSP00-0

Kansas City Royals

9.7Alex GordonLF00-0
13.6Jason VargasSP00-0
17.5Brian FlynnRP00-0
12.3Tim CollinsRP00-0

Los Angeles Angels

21.8Johnny Giavotella2B00-0
16.8Cory RasmusRP00-0
16.8Taylor Featherston3B00-0
31.7C.J. WilsonSP00-0
26.7Matt JoyceLF00-0
23.7David Freese3B00-0
24.5Collin CowgillLF00-0
24.2Tyler SkaggsSP00-0

Los Angeles Dodgers

27.8Yasiel PuigRF00-0
11.8Joel PeraltaRP00-0
10.8Carlos FriasSP00-0
10.8Howie Kendrick2B00-0
26.4Brandon McCarthySP00-0
5.4Bronson ArroyoSP00-0
25.3Hyun-Jin RyuSP00-0

Miami Marlins

28.8Christian YelichLF00-029.8 ?
25.8Kendry FloresRP00-0
16.8David PhelpsSP00-0
8.8Jose FernandezSP00-0
2.8Carter CappsRP00-0
7.7Jeff Baker1B00-0
27.6Giancarlo StantonRF00-0
22.5Henderson AlvarezSP00-0
12.4Don Kelly3B00-0
1.4Aaron CrowRP00-0

Milwaukee Brewers

19.8Tyler CravySP00-0
14.8Michael BlazekRP00-0

Minessota Twins

29.8Miguel SanoDH00-029.8 ?
27.8J.R. GrahamRP00-0
19.8Aaron HicksCF00-0
13.8Phil HughesSP00-0
5.7Ryan PresslyRP00-0
31.5Ricky NolascoSP00-0
16.5Jordan SchaferCF00-0

NY Mets

21.8Lucas Duda1B00-0
18.8Bobby ParnellRP00-0
2.8Kirk NieuwenhuisLF00-0
9.7Steven MatzSP00-0
12.6Erik GoeddelRP00-0
12.5Buddy CarlyleRP00-0
30.4Rafael MonteroRP00-0
19.4Jerry BlevinsRP00-0
7.4Cesar PuelloRF00-0
29.3Zack WheelerSP00-0
15.3Josh EdginRP00-0

NY Yankees

27.8Mark Teixeira1B00-029.8 ?
25.8CC SabathiaSP00-0
4.8Dustin AckleyLF00-0
2.8Diego MorenoRP00-0
21.6Jacob LindgrenRP00-0
21.6Mason WilliamsCF00-0
19.6Sergio SantosRP00-0
14.5Chase WhitleySP00-0

Oakland Athletics

25.8Felix DoubrontSP00-030.8 ?
24.8Kendall GravemanSP00-0
19.8Ike Davis1B00-0
9.7Jesse HahnSP00-0
5.11Jarrod ParkerSP00-0

Philadelphia Phillies

27.8Elvis AraujoRP00-0
11.8Maikel Franco3B00-0
31.7Matt HarrisonSP00-0
19.7Chad BillingsleySP00-0
30.3Mario HollandsRP00-0
30.3Jonathan PettiboneSP00-0
17.3Cliff LeeSP00-0

Pittsburgh Pirates

23.8Travis Ishikawa1B00-0
31.7A.J. BurnettSP00-0
19.7Gorkys HernandezCF00-0
26.6Rob ScahillRP00-0
24.6Corey Hart1B00-0
6.5Andrew LamboRF00-0
2.4Justin SellersSS00-0
10.3Brandon CumptonSP00-0

San Diego Padres

28.8Matt KempRF00-029.8 ?
11.8Brandon MaurerRP00-0
15.6Wil MyersCF00-0
5.5Brandon MorrowSP00-0
5.4Josh JohnsonSP00-0
29.3Cory LuebkeSP00-0
26.3Tim FederowiczC00-0

San Francisco Giants

28.8Matt CainSP00-0
26.8Brandon CrawfordSS00-029.8 ?
25.8Jeremy AffeldtRP00-0
19.8Hunter PenceRF00-0
11.8Angel PaganCF00-0
2.8Joe Panik2B00-0
31.7Tim HudsonSP00-0
27.6Tim LincecumSP00-0
17.6Marco Scutaro2B00-0

Seattle Mariners

21.8Joe BeimelRP00-0
9.7Charlie FurbushRP00-0
28.5James PaxtonSP00-0

St. Louis Cardinals

16.8Randal GrichukLF00-0
30.7Matt HollidayLF00-0
11.7Mitch HarrisRP00-0
2.7Jon JayCF00-0
30.6Matt BelisleRP00-0
26.5Matt Adams1B00-0
3.5Jordan WaldenRP00-0
25.4Adam WainwrightSP00-0

Tampa Bay Rays

27.8Grayson GarvinSP00-0
26.8Desmond JenningsLF00-0
26.8Curt CasaliC00-0
20.8Jake McGeeRP00-0
1.8Steven SouzaRF00-0
17.4Jeff BeliveauRP00-0
8.4Burch SmithSP00-0
3.4Alex CobbSP00-0

Texas Rangers

25.8Rougned Odor2B00-029.8 ?
19.8Josh HamiltonLF00-0
1.8Robinson ChirinosC00-0
17.7Carlos CorporanC00-0
18.6Kyle Blanks1B00-0
21.4Nick TepeschSP00-0
3.4Lisalverto BonillaRP00-0
2.4Antoan RichardsonCF00-0
13.3Yu DarvishSP00-0
24.2Jurickson Profar2B00-0

Toronto Blue Jays

28.7Devon Travis2B00-0
10.5Michael SaundersRF00-0
26.3Maicer Izturis2B00-0
10.3Marcus StromanSP00-0

Washington Nationals

29.8Michael TaylorCF00-029.8 ?
27.8Yunel Escobar3B00-029.8 ?
27.8Denard SpanCF00-0
9.8Aaron BarrettRP00-0
8.8Dan Uggla2B00-0
17.7David CarpenterRP00-0
29.4Reed JohnsonLF00-0
16.4Craig StammenRP00-0
3.4Nate McLouthLF00-0

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).

news: injuries

San Fran. 29.8.15
Giants place Cain on disabled list

Giants right-hander Matt Cain was put on the 15-day disabled list Friday with irritation in his pitching elbow and received a cortisone injection to help it calm down. Cain said he felt something in the elbow during his start Tuesday in a loss to the Cubs. He had an MRI exam Wednesday when the discomfort and "achy feeling", which he felt some while rehabilitating another elbow issue earlier this year, lingered. Cain is 2-4 with a 6.15 ERA in 10 starts this year.

Baltimore 28.8.15
Adam Jones exits after running into wall

Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones left the game against the Royals after running into the wall while tracking down a fly ball in the first inning Thursday. The All-Star had X-rays done on both wrists, which came back negative, and had some neck stiffness. He will be evaluated again when the Orioles get to Texas on Friday. Jones, the Orioles' team leader, entered Thursday batting .280 with 24 homers and 66 RBIs.

Minnes. 27.8.15
Twins put Graham on DL

The Minnesota Twins have put right-hander J.R. Graham on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation one day after he earned his first major league win. Graham gave up one run over two-thirds of an inning in the Twins' 11-7 victory over the Rays on Tuesday night. The Rule 5 draft pick went 1-1 with a 5.15 ERA in 34 games, including one start.

Tampa 26.8.15
Curt Casali suffers hamstring strain

Tampa Bay Rays catcher Curt Casali left Tuesday's 11-7 loss against the Minnesota Twins after straining his left hamstring running the bases on his home run. Casali has nine home runs since the All-Star break, which ranks first among American League catchers. The Rays also had to remove outfielder Desmond Jennings due to a bruised left knee, leaving the team with a puzzle they must solve by the start of Wednesday's game against the Twins.

NY Yank. 25.8.15
Yankees put CC Sabathia on DL

CC Sabathia has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with right knee inflammation that could end his season. New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Monday there is no timetable for the his return, and he kept open the possibility that the 35-year-old Sabathia might not pitch again this year. The staff leader, Sabathia came out of his start Sunday after just 2 2-3 innings and immediately went for an MRI. The plan is to have Sabathia stay behind when the team goes on its upcoming six-game road trip. The rest of the rehabilitation will depend on how he responds to rest and treatment.

NY Yank. 24.8.15
Sabathia exits game with knee pain

New York Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia exited in the third inning Sunday with knee pain and could be headed for the disabled list. Sabathia said he knew before the game even started that something was wrong again with his right knee, one with which he's had several issues in the past. He was limited to only eight starts in 2014, undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in July.

NY Mets 23.8.15
Mets place Duda on the DL

The New York Mets have placed first baseman Lucas Duda on the 15-day disabled list with a back injury. The team announced the move prior to Saturday night's game against the Colorado Rockies. Duda told manager Terry Collins during Friday night's 14-9 win over the Rockies that the pain in his lower back had flared up after his sixth-inning at-bat, and he was taken out of the game. Duda was batting .247 in 113 games and had 21 home runs with 56 RBIs.

Seattle 22.8.15
Mariners put Beimel on disabled list

The Seattle Mariners placed Joe Beimel on the 15-day disabled list with inflammation in his left shoulder. Manager Lloyd McClendon also announced Friday that left-handed reliever Charlie Furbush, on the 15-day disabled list since July 8 with what was thought to be tendinitis in his left bicep, has a slight tear in his rotator cuff. Beimel (2-1, 4.78 ERA) has allowed runs in five consecutive games. His move was retroactive to Thursday.

Tampa 21.8.15
Jake McGee to miss 6-8 weeks

Tampa Bay Rays reliever Jake McGee will have surgery on his left knee Friday and could miss the rest of the season. He is expected to miss from six to eight weeks. McGee was injured on Tuesday and tests revealed a meniscus tear in his knee. McGee is 1-2 with a 2.57 ERA in 36 games this season.

Detroit 21.8.15
Tigers place Norris, Sanchez on DL

The Tigers' starting rotation continues to get hammered by injuries, as the team announced it has placed both Daniel Norris and Anibal Sanchez on the 15-day disabled list. Norris strained his oblique Wednesday, while Sanchez is out with a strained right rotator cuff, an injury that has lingered. Shortly after the move, the Tigers announced they had acquired left-handed pitcher Randy Wolf from the Toronto Blue Jays for cash considerations in a minor league deal.

San Fran. 19.8.15
Pence expected to go on DL

San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence will likely land on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique. Manager Bruce Bochy said after Tuesday's 2-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals that it was a moderate strain. Pence is batting .275 with nine homers and 40 RBIs. The Giants are 34-17 in games he's started and 31-37 without him in the lineup.

St Louis 18.8.15
Cardinals put Grichuk on disabled list

The St. Louis Cardinals placed outfielder Randal Grichuk on the 15-day disabled list with a right elbow strain on Monday. General manager John Mozeliak said Grichuk might be back in 15 or 20 days. The elbow injury is more common for pitchers, and since Grichuk wouldn't need to throw a lot and hasn't been affected hitting, Mozeliak said the team could potentially use Grichuk sooner by sending out an infielder to shorten the relay throws from the outfield.

Miami 16.8.15
Marlins place Yelich on DL

Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a bruised right knee. Yelich's move was retroactive to Monday and made before Saturday's game at St. Louis. Yelich, who is batting .275, was on the DL earlier this year because of a strained back.

Boston 15.8.15
Red Sox put Wright on disabled list

The Red Sox have placed right-hander Steven Wright on the 7-day concussion list after he was struck by a ball in the back of the neck during batting practice earlier in the week. The 30-year-old was slated to start Monday against Cleveland. Wright (5-4) has bounced between Triple-A Pawtucket and Boston.

San Fran. 14.8.15
Nori Aoki placed on 7-day concussion DL

The San Francisco Giants placed left fielder Nori Aoki on the seven-day concussion list Thursday, one day after he had to leave the game with symptoms from a head injury sustained last weekend. Aoki was hit in the head by a pitch Sunday, but passed an initial concussion test and was back in the lineup three days later, only to exit the game in the fourth inning with obvious symptoms. He previously missed most of July with a fractured leg, but when healthy enough to be in the lineup Aoki has had a very strong season hitting .302 in 80 games.

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