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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).
News - injuries
Gurriel suspended 5 games in 2018
Houston Astros first baseman Yuli Gurriel is eligible to play in the remainder of the World Series but will be suspended for five games next season, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Saturday. After hitting a home run in the second inning of Friday's Game 3 off Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Yu Darvish, Gurriel was seen in the Astros' dugout using his fingers to motion at his own eyes in a mocking gesture. The 33-year-old also appeared to mouth a derogatory term in Spanish.
Pedroia will miss start of 2018 season
Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia underwent successful surgery on his left knee and will miss the start of the 2018 season. 'It is anticipated that Pedroia would return to games in approximately seven months,' the Red Sox said in a press release. The 34-year-old Pedroia was on the disabled list twice after the All-Star break this season with what the Red Sox called inflammation. He had surgery on the left knee last offseason to repair a torn meniscus.
Murphy undergoes knee surgery
Washington Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy underwent surgery to repair damage to the articular cartilage in his right knee. Murphy, 32, will begin the rehab process immediately and will progress throughout the offseason. Murphy hit .322 with 23 home runs and 93 RBIs in 144 games in 2017, his second season with the Nationals after spending the first part of his career with the New York Mets.
LA Dodg. 14.10.17
Seager off Dodgers' NLCS roster
The Los Angeles Dodgers left All-Star shortstop Corey Seager off their 25-man roster for the National League Championship Series against the Chicago Cubs due to an injured back, the team announced Saturday. Seager suffered a back injury on Monday night in Game 3 of the NL Division Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Dodgers also dropped reliever Pedro Baez from the NLDS roster, adding infielder Charlie Culberson and outfielder Joc Pederson.
LA Dodg. 13.10.17
Seager misses workout
Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager did not participate in the team's workout at Dodger Stadium on Thursday after tweaking his back on a slide Monday night during Game 3 of the National League Division Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Seager is day-to-day and receiving treatment, but Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters Thursday that he expects Seager to be available for Game 1 of the NL Championship Series on Saturday.
Encarnacion returning for Game 5
Cleveland Indians designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion returned to the lineup for Game 5 of the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees on Wednesday. Encarnacion has been sidelined for the last two contests with a sprained ankle that was sustained in the first inning of Game 2.
Encarnacion out of lineup
Cleveland Indians designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion was not in the starting lineup Monday for Game 4 of the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees due to a sprained right ankle. Encarnacion missed his second straight game after he was injured in the first inning of Game 2. Encarnacion was injured when he jammed his foot into second base while trying to get back to the bag in time to avoid a double play.
Encarnacion departs with ankle injury
Indians designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion was removed from Game 2 of the American League Division Series between Cleveland and the New York Yankees in the first inning with a right ankle sprain.
Encarnacion was the runner at second base with one out, when Jay Bruce hit a soft line drive that was caught behind second base by shortstop Didi Gregorius. Encarnacion was about 20 feet off second base, and attempted to get back to the bag, but jammed his right leg into the base and immediately fell to the ground in obvious pain. He had to be helped off the field, and appeared unable to put any weight on his right leg.
St Louis 3.10.17
Wainwright set for elbow surgery
St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright is scheduled to undergo surgery on his pitching elbow on Tuesday. The estimated recovery time is six weeks for Wainwright, who underwent Tommy John surgery in 2011. Wainwright posted a 12-5 mark with a 5.11 ERA for the Cardinals (83-79), who finished four games behind the Colorado Rockies for the second wild card in the National League.
Scherzer leaves final start with hamstring cramp
Nationals ace Max Scherzer left his final regular season start in the fourth inning on Saturday with a right hamstring cramp. Manager Dusty Baker said it was a precautionary move and wouldn't affect the rotation order in the NL Division Series against the Cubs. Scherzer left the clubhouse to have an MRI on the leg, and was unavailable to address the injury.
Betts, Nunez exit with injuries
Mookie Betts became the second Red Sox player to leave Boston's Monday night game against the Toronto Blue Jays with an injury, exiting with left wrist pain. Eduardo Nunez, who returned to the Boston lineup Monday after missing 13 games with a right knee injury, came out after aggravating the ailment in his second at-bat.
Perez leaves game
Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez left Friday night's game against the Chicago White Sox as a precaution after being hit in the mask by a foul ball. Perez was hit on a foul tip in the fourth inning, knocking his mask off. He stayed in the game during an inning in which the White Sox scored five runs before replaced behind the plate by Drew Butera.
Pirates shut down Cervelli for season
Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli will not play again this season. He sustained a left quadriceps injury in late August and is not likely to recover in time to play during the regular season. With the Pirates out of the running for a playoff berth, it did not make sense to rush him back. As a result, the Pirates are shutting him down.
Ch. Cubs 17.9.17
Contreras banned two games
Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras was suspended two games and fined for his actions during Friday night's game against the St. Louis Cardinals, MLB announced Saturday. Cubs right-hander John Lackey also was fined after both disputed a call by home plate umpire Jordan Baker during the 8-2 win over the Cardinals. The fines were undisclosed by MLB.
Contreras threw down his catcher's mask moments after Lackey was ejected in the fifth inning for arguing with Baker. The mask made contact with Baker's leg after Contreras was also ejected. Contreras has appealed the suspension and will be able to play until the appeal is heard and ruled upon.
Marisnick breaks thumb
Jake Marisnick could be out for the season after breaking his right thumb while sliding headfirst into second base during Wednesday's loss to the Los Angeles Angels. The Houston Astros outfielder will need surgery and will be out six to eight weeks. Marisnick is batting .243 with 16 homers and 35 RBI in 106 games for the Astros, who are all but certain to reach the playoffs next month.