MLB disabled list (with statistics)

Arizona Diamondbacks

1.10David PeraltaLF00-0
26.9Nick AhmedSS00-0
28.5Tuffy GosewischC00-0

Atlanta Braves

7.10Christian BethancourtC00-0
20.9Mike FoltynewiczSP00-0
18.9Manny BanuelosSP00-0
4.8Jason FrasorRP00-0
11.7Jason GrilliRP00-0
31.5Paco RodriguezRP00-0
1.4Shae SimmonsRP00-0
10.3Mike MinorSP00-0
21.2Chris WithrowRP00-0

Baltimore Orioles

30.9Brian MatuszRP00-0
25.9Dylan BundySP00-0

Boston Red Sox

22.9Pablo Sandoval3B00-0
15.9Joe KellySP00-0
29.8Hanley RamirezLF00-0
14.8Steven WrightSP00-0
7.8Koji UeharaRP00-0
10.7Clay BuchholzSP00-0
24.5Anthony VarvaroRP00-0
14.4Brandon WorkmanSP00-0
2.4Christian VazquezC00-0

Chicago Cubs

24.8Jason MotteRP00-0
10.3Jacob TurnerRP00-0

Chicago White Sox

30.9Micah Johnson2B00-0

Cincinnati Reds

15.9Billy HamiltonCF00-0
8.9Kris NegronSS00-0
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

30.9Michael BrantleyLF00-0
8.7Nick HagadoneRP00-0

Colorado Rockies

26.9Miguel CastroRP00-0
25.9Brandon BarnesLF00-0
21.9Jorge De La RosaSP00-0
19.9Yohan FlandeSP00-0
6.9Nick HundleyC00-0
19.8Michael McKenryC00-0
23.5Jordan LylesSP00-0
27.4Adam OttavinoRP00-0
1.4Tyler ChatwoodSP00-0

Detroit Tigers

3.9Jose IglesiasSS00-0
20.8Anibal SanchezSP00-0
8.4Joe NathanRP00-0

Houston Astros

1.9Scott FeldmanSP00-0
18.5Samuel DedunoRP00-0
17.4Brad PeacockSP00-0

Kansas City Royals

22.9Greg HollandRP00-0
18.9Omar Infante2B00-0
13.6Jason VargasSP00-0
17.5Brian FlynnRP00-0
12.3Tim CollinsRP00-0

Los Angeles Angels

27.9Matt ShoemakerSP00-0
27.9Huston StreetRP00-0
27.9Jered WeaverSP00-0
31.7C.J. WilsonSP00-0
24.2Tyler SkaggsSP00-0

Los Angeles Dodgers

7.10Scott Van SlykeLF00-0?
13.9Jose Peraza2B00-0
1.9Josh RavinRP00-0
26.4Brandon McCarthySP00-0
5.4Bronson ArroyoSP00-0
25.3Hyun-Jin RyuSP00-0

Miami Marlins

25.8Kendry FloresRP00-0
16.8David PhelpsSP00-0
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

27.9Ryan BraunRF00-0
23.9Wily PeraltaSP00-0
19.9Elian Herrera3B00-0
17.9Jimmy NelsonSP00-0
14.8Michael BlazekRP00-0

Minessota Twins

17.9Logan DarnellSP00-0
5.7Ryan PresslyRP00-0
16.5Jordan SchaferCF00-0

NY Mets

2.10Wilmer FloresSS00-0?
2.10Hansel RoblesRP00-0
29.9Steven MatzSP00-0
20.9Juan Uribe3B00-0
12.5Buddy CarlyleRP00-0
30.4Rafael MonteroRP00-0
19.4Jerry BlevinsRP00-0
29.3Zack WheelerSP00-0
15.3Josh EdginRP00-0

NY Yankees

27.8Mark Teixeira1B00-0
2.8Diego MorenoRP00-0
21.6Jacob LindgrenRP00-0
21.6Mason WilliamsCF00-0
19.6Sergio SantosRP00-0
14.5Chase WhitleySP00-0

Oakland Athletics

29.9Drew PomeranzRP00-0
26.9Sonny GraySP00-0
20.9Josh PhegleyC00-0
15.9Jesse ChavezSP00-0
2.9A.J. GriffinSP00-0
1.9Evan ScribnerRP00-0
24.8Kendall GravemanSP00-0
19.8Ike Davis1B00-0
9.7Jesse HahnSP00-0
5.11Jarrod ParkerSP00-0

Philadelphia Phillies

15.9Ryan Howard1B00-0
13.9Cesar Hernandez2B00-0
3.9Domonic BrownRF00-0
27.8Elvis AraujoRP00-0
31.7Matt HarrisonSP00-0
19.7Chad BillingsleySP00-0
30.3Mario HollandsRP00-0
17.3Cliff LeeSP00-0

Pittsburgh Pirates

17.9Jung Ho Kang3B00-0
2.9Deolis GuerraRP00-0
24.6Corey Hart1B00-0
6.5Andrew LamboRF00-0
10.3Brandon CumptonSP00-0

San Diego Padres

2.10Justin UptonLF00-0
30.9Matt KempRF00-0
13.9Colin ReaSP00-0
4.9Cory MazzoniRP00-0
2.9Yonder Alonso1B00-0
11.8Brandon MaurerRP00-0
5.5Brandon MorrowSP00-0
5.4Josh JohnsonSP00-0
29.3Cory LuebkeSP00-0
26.3Tim FederowiczC00-0

San Francisco Giants

25.9Ehire Adrianza2B00-0
22.9Juan PerezLF00-0
20.9Brandon Belt1B00-0
19.9Mike LeakeSP00-0
11.9Gregor BlancoCF00-0
10.9Joe Panik2B00-0
5.9Andrew SusacC00-0
5.9Hector SanchezC00-0
5.9Nori AokiLF00-0
19.8Hunter PenceRF00-0
27.6Tim LincecumSP00-0
17.6Marco Scutaro2B00-0

Seattle Mariners

24.9James PaxtonSP00-0
9.7Charlie FurbushRP00-0

St. Louis Cardinals

25.9Carlos MartinezSP00-0
20.9Yadier MolinaC00-0
3.5Jordan WaldenRP00-0

Tampa Bay Rays

3.10Kevin KiermaierCF00-0
22.9Nathan KarnsSP00-0
27.8Grayson GarvinSP00-0
26.8Curt CasaliC00-0
26.8Desmond JenningsLF00-0
17.4Jeff BeliveauRP00-0
8.4Burch SmithSP00-0
3.4Alex CobbSP00-0

Texas Rangers

8.10Adrian Beltre3B00-0?
8.10Tanner ScheppersRP00-0
1.9Alex ClaudioRP00-0
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

8.10Josh Donaldson3B00-0?
28.7Devon Travis2B00-0
10.5Michael SaundersRF00-0
26.3Maicer Izturis2B00-0

Washington Nationals

28.9Jonathan PapelbonRP00-0
22.9Danny Espinosa2B00-0
12.9Drew StorenRP00-0
6.9Ryan Zimmerman1B00-0
27.8Denard SpanCF00-0
9.8Aaron BarrettRP00-0
17.7David CarpenterRP00-0
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

Toronto 10.10.15
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.

Seattle 3.10.15
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.

Houston 26.9.15
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.

Pittsburgh 24.9.15
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.

Cincinnati 22.9.15
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.

Milwaukee 20.9.15
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.

Boston 17.9.15
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.

San Diego 15.9.15
Norris injured

San Diego Padres catcher Derek Norris left Monday night's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks after being struck on the hand by a foul ball. Norris was injured in the first inning when a foul ball by Paul Goldschmidt appeared to hit him on the top of the right hand. Norris shook his hand and immediately went to a knee as San Diego's trainers came to check on him. He continued to flex his hand before walking to the dugout.

Toronto 14.9.15
Tulowitzki out at least 2 weeks

Toronto All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki will miss at least two weeks because of a cracked left shoulder blade. "It's a very small crack," Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos said Sunday. "Just talking with the doctors, if they had to guess, and really it's only a guess at this point, it could be two-to-three weeks, and then he could be back for October." Tulowitzki was hurt when he collided with center fielder Kevin Pillar while chasing Didi Gregorius' popup in the opener of Saturday's doubleheader.

LA Dodg. 13.9.15
Crawford leaves game with hamstring tightness

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Carl Crawford was removed from Saturday's game at the Arizona Diamondbacks with right hamstring tightness. Crawford missed 75 games earlier this season and was on the 60-day disabled list with a strained right oblique, returning to action on July 21. His status is day to day, the Dodgers said.

Texas 12.9.15
Hamilton has knee surgery

Josh Hamilton had arthroscopic surgery to repair a slight meniscus tear in his left knee, and there's still a chance the Texas slugger could play again this season. Hamilton was on the disabled list last month with left knee inflammation and has two pinch-hit at-bats since he was activated Sept. 1. That would be his likely role if he plays again.

The 34-year-old Hamilton started the season on the DL following right shoulder surgery when he was still with the Los Angeles Angels. He was out about a month in June with a left hamstring strain after getting traded to Texas. He's hitting .257 with six home runs and 21 RBIs in 40 games.

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