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MLB disabled list (with statistics)

Arizona Diamondbacks

19.9Mark TrumboLF00-019.9 ?
16.9Jake Lamb3B00-019.9 ?
10.9Brad ZieglerRP00-0
9.9David PeraltaLF00-019.9 ?
2.8Paul Goldschmidt1B00-0
25.6Jordan Pacheco1B00-0
16.6Bronson ArroyoSP00-0
8.6Eric Chavez3B00-0
28.3David HernandezRP00-0
16.3Patrick CorbinSP00-0
10.6Matt ReynoldsRP00-0

Atlanta Braves

18.9Jason HeywardRF00-019.9 ?
18.9Andrelton SimmonsSS00-019.9 ?
8.9Evan GattisC00-019.9 ?
29.7Shae SimmonsRP00-0
19.6Pedro BeatoRP00-0
19.6Gavin FloydSP00-0
25.3Cory GearrinRP00-0
17.3Kris MedlenSP00-0
22.8Brandon BeachySP00-0
26.3Jonny VentersRP00-0

Baltimore Orioles

12.9Chris Davis1B00-0
12.8Manny Machado3B00-0
2.6Johan SantanaSP00-0
11.5Matt WietersC00-0

Boston Red Sox

9.9Dustin Pedroia2B00-0
7.9Brock Holt3B00-0
1.8Shane VictorinoRF00-0
16.2Ryan DempsterSP00-0

Chicago Cubs

3.9Starlin CastroSS00-0
27.8Ryan SweeneyCF00-0
24.8Justin RuggianoRF00-0
21.8Edwin JacksonSP00-0
17.3James McDonaldSP00-0

Chicago White Sox

10.9Paul KonerkoDH00-019.9 ?
19.4Felipe PaulinoSP00-0
3.4Nate JonesRP00-0

Cincinnati Reds

12.9Mat LatosSP00-0
12.9Skip SchumakerLF00-0
8.9Dylan AxelrodSP00-0
12.8Homer BaileySP00-0
6.7Joey Votto1B00-0
14.6Sean MarshallRP00-0
8.4Trevor BellRP00-0

Cleveland Indians

18.9Jason Kipnis2B00-019.9 ?
16.9Zach WaltersLF00-019.9 ?
13.9Ryan RaburnDH00-0
9.8Nick Swisher1B00-0
22.5Nyjer MorganCF00-0

Colorado Rockies

16.9Nolan Arenado3B00-0
27.8Boone LoganRP00-0
16.8Tommy KahnleRP00-0
10.8Carlos GonzalezLF00-0
6.8Brett AndersonSP00-0
19.7Troy TulowitzkiSS00-0
30.6Jhoulys ChacinSP00-0
29.4Tyler ChatwoodSP00-0

Detroit Tigers

15.9Justin VerlanderSP00-020.9 ?+
14.9Alex AvilaC00-019.9 ?
8.8Anibal SanchezSP00-0
19.7Joel HanrahanRP00-0
5.7Patrick McCoyRP00-0
21.4Luke PutkonenRP00-0
29.3Andy DirksLF00-0
21.3Bruce RondonRP00-0
16.3Jose IglesiasSS00-0

Houston Astros

15.9Collin McHughSP00-021.9 ?
14.9Brad PeacockSP00-0
27.7Josh ZeidRP00-0
20.7George SpringerRF00-0
8.5Jose CisneroRP00-0
23.4Matt AlbersRP00-0
29.9Jesse CrainRP00-0

Kansas City Royals

6.9Danny DuffySP00-0
29.3Luke HochevarRP00-0

Los Angeles Angels

19.9Josh HamiltonLF00-019.9 ?
16.9Matt ShoemakerSP00-0
21.8Garrett RichardsSP00-0
1.8Tyler SkaggsSP00-0
28.5Sean BurnettRP00-0
30.3Ryan BrasierRP00-0
19.3Brian MoranRP00-0

Los Angeles Dodgers

16.9Stephen FifeSP00-0
12.9Hyun-Jin RyuSP00-0
8.8Josh BeckettSP00-0
6.8Paco RodriguezRP00-0
2.8Paul MaholmRP00-0
15.6Chone Figgins3B00-0
3.6Chris WithrowRP00-0
16.3Onelki GarciaSP00-0
21.4Chad BillingsleySP00-0

Miami Marlins

17.9Bryan MorrisRP00-0
11.9Giancarlo StantonRF00-0
18.7Kevin GreggRP00-0
21.6Rafael Furcal2B00-0
12.5Jose FernandezSP00-0

Milwaukee Brewers

13.7Jeff BianchiSS00-0
7.6Tyler ThornburgRP00-0
2.5Jim HendersonRP00-0

Minessota Twins

18.9Eduardo EscobarSS00-019.9 ?
18.9Glen PerkinsRP00-019.9 ?
16.9Oswaldo ArciaRF00-019.9 ?
4.9Tommy MiloneSP00-0
2.5Mike PelfreySP00-0

NY Mets

18.9Juan LagaresCF00-019.9 ?
14.9Dana EvelandRP00-0
9.9David Wright3B00-0
28.8Vic BlackRP00-0
8.8Jeremy HefnerSP00-0
1.4Bobby ParnellRP00-0
27.8Matt HarveySP00-0

NY Yankees

16.9Martin Prado2B00-0
3.8David PhelpsSP00-0
9.7Masahiro TanakaSP00-0
11.5CC SabathiaSP00-0
19.4Ivan NovaSP00-0
5.4Alex Rodriguez3B00-0

Oakland Athletics

10.9Craig GentryCF00-0
4.9Stephen Vogt1B00-0
24.8John JasoC00-0
21.6Kyle Blanks1B00-0
14.3A.J. GriffinSP00-0
14.10Jarrod ParkerSP00-0

Philadelphia Phillies

15.9Jonathan PapelbonRP00-0
9.9Jimmy RollinsSS00-0
5.9Mario HollandsRP00-0
31.7Cliff LeeSP00-0

Pittsburgh Pirates

29.8Pedro Alvarez3B00-0

San Diego Padres

15.9Tyson RossSP00-023.9 ?
14.9Blaine BoyerRP00-0
4.9Ryan JacksonSS00-0
1.9Joaquin BenoitRP00-0
14.8Yonder Alonso1B00-0
10.8Everth CabreraSS00-0
25.7Carlos QuentinLF00-0
14.6Troy PattonRP00-0
29.3Casey KellySP00-0
22.3Josh JohnsonSP00-0
21.7Joe WielandSP00-0
21.5Cory LuebkeSP00-0

San Francisco Giants

16.9Angel PaganCF00-019.9 ?
2.9Michael MorseLF00-019.9 ?
25.7Marco Scutaro2B00-0
25.7Hector SanchezC00-0
24.7Ehire Adrianza2B00-0
21.7Matt CainSP00-0

Seattle Mariners

18.9Roenis EliasSP00-0
24.7Willie BloomquistSS00-0
16.4Blake BeavanSP00-0

St. Louis Cardinals

14.9Michael WachaSP00-020.9 ?+
26.8Shane RobinsonRF00-0
22.6Jaime GarciaSP00-0

Tampa Bay Rays

31.8Desmond JenningsCF00-0
22.7Joel PeraltaRP00-0
24.6Jerry SandsRF00-0
8.4Matt MooreSP00-0
30.3Tim Beckham2B00-0

Texas Rangers

15.9Scott BakerRP00-019.9 ?-
14.9Michael ChoiceLF00-0
5.9Alex RiosRF00-0
31.8Miles MikolasSP00-0
29.8Jim AdduciLF00-0
26.8Shin-Soo ChooLF00-0
14.8Yu DarvishSP00-0
11.6Tanner ScheppersSP00-0
8.6Mitch MorelandDH00-0
5.6Alexi OgandoRP00-0
23.5Prince Fielder1B00-0
13.5Matt HarrisonSP00-0
11.5Martin PerezSP00-0
24.4Pedro FigueroaRP00-0
23.4Kevin Kouzmanoff3B00-0
24.3Engel BeltreCF00-0
23.3Jurickson Profar2B00-0

Toronto Blue Jays

19.9Dioner NavarroC00-019.9 ?
5.9Melky CabreraLF00-0
4.9Chad JenkinsRP00-0
31.7Dan Johnson1B00-0
22.6Brett Lawrie3B00-0
13.4Maicer Izturis2B00-0

Washington Nationals

5.8Taylor JordanSP00-0
3.8Nate McLouthLF00-0
25.7Matt PurkeRP00-0
23.7Ryan ZimmermanLF00-0
12.4Jeff Kobernus2B00-0
26.3Ross OhlendorfRP00-0

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 18.9.14
Stroman suspended six games

MLB has suspended Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman six games for intentionally throwing at the head area of Orioles' batter Caleb Joseph. Stroman will appeal the suspension and be allowed to play until the process has played out. The pitch came in the bottom of the sixth inning of Monday's game in Baltimore, which the Orioles won 5-2. Joseph was not hit, but the ball sailed behind him.

Miami 18.9.14
Stanton out for rest of season

Miami Marlins rightfielder Giancarlo Stanton will officially miss the remainder of the season after being hit by a pitch in the face last week, the team announced Wednesday. Stanton was carted off the field and sustained facial lacerations requiring stitches, multiple facial fractures and dental damage after being hit by fastball from Brewers pitcher Mike Fiers. He hit .288 with 37 home runs and 105 RBI in 2014 and currently has a National League-leading .555 slugging percentage.

NY Yank. 17.9.14
Prado out for rest of season

The New York Yankees have placed infielder/outfielder Martin Prado on the 60-day disabled list after he underwent an emergency appendectomy. Prado was acquired from Arizona at the July 31 trade deadline and helped keep a struggling Yankees offense alive for most of August and early September. He was slowed by a hamstring injury earlier this month.

The Yankees selected the contract of infielder Jose Pirela from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to fill the roster spot.

Philadel. 16.9.14
Papelbon suspended seven games

Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon has been handed a seven-game suspension from MLB for inappropriate behavior during Sunday's contest against the Miami Marlins. After giving up four runs in the top of the ninth inning to relinquish a 4-1 lead in an eventual 5-4 loss to the Marlins, Papelbon appeared to grab his crotch toward the home fans as he walked off the mound. He will be eligible to return at Miami on Sept. 23.

Cincinnati 13.9.14
Schumaker has season-ending surgery

Cincinnati Reds outfielder/infielder Skip Schumaker will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder. Schumaker, 34, dealt with shoulder injuries throughout his first season in Cincinnati. He batted .235 with two homers and 22 RBI over 83 games.

Miami 12.9.14
Stanton hit in face by pitch

Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton left Thursday's game after being struck in the face by a pitch from Milwaukee starter Mike Fiers. The Marlins said Stanton suffered facial lacerations requiring stitches, multiple facial fractures and dental damage after undergoing X-rays and a CT scan at a local hospital. He will return to Miami on Friday for further evaluation.

Boston 11.9.14
Wrist surgery ends Pedroia's season

Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia is scheduled to undergo surgery on his left hand on Thursday that will sideline him for the remainder of this season. The team is optimistic that Pedroia will be ready for spring training.

Pedroia has battled pain in his left wrist throughout this campaign, with the injury having resulted in the four-time All-Star's worst offensive numbers in a full season. The 31-year-old has hit just .278 with seven home runs and 53 RBI over 135 games in 2014.

NY Mets 10.9.14
Wright to miss rest of season

The New York Mets announced after Tuesday's win over the Colorado Rockies that third baseman David Wright will miss the remainder of the season with left shoulder inflammation. Wright, who was scratched from the starting lineup on Tuesday, has had a tough time with recurring shoulder pain this season and was sent to a local hospital for further testing prior to the game. An MRI taken on the shoulder showed persistent inflammation in the rotator cuff which forced the Mets, who are clearly out of the playoff hunt, to shut down the All-Star third baseman. The 31-year-old batted .269 with a career-low eight home runs and knocked in 63 RBI in 134 games this season.

Texas 8.9.14
Season over for Darvish

The Texas Rangers have moved right-handed pitcher Yu Darvish to the 60-day disabled list, effectively ending his 2014 season. Darvish was put on the 15-day DL on Aug. 13 with right elbow inflammation. He finished the season with a 10-7 record and 3.06 ERA in 22 games.

Kansas 7.9.14
Danny Duffy forced from start

Kansas City Royals pitcher Danny Duffy exited Saturday's game against the New York Yankees after injuring himself in the bottom of the first inning. Duffy threw just one pitch to Yankees leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsbury before summoning the Royals' training staff and eventually walking off the mound.

The Royals later announced that Duffy was dealing with soreness in his left shoulder. Duffy has logged a career-high 141 1/3 innings this season, his second back from Tommy John surgery that sidelined him for most of the 2012 campaign. The 25-year-old entered the matchup 8-11 with a 2.42 earned run average in 28 games (22 starts) this season.

Toronto 6.9.14
Cabrera out for season with broken pinkie

Following a 9-8 loss to the Red Sox, the Toronto Blue Jays announced that outfielder Melky Cabrera will undergo season-ending surgery on a hand injury. Cabrera departed Friday's contest favoring his right hand after sliding into first base during a pickoff attempt. The Jays revealed that Cabrera suffered a right pinky finger fracture with an avulsion of the extensor tendon.

The 30-year-old native of the Dominican Republic hit .300 with 16 home runs, 35 doubles and drove in 73 runs over 138 games this season. He also added 42 walks and scored 80 runs.

Toronto 5.9.14
Jenkins has broken hand

Toronto Blue Jays reliever Chad Jenkins suffered a broken right hand during batting practice on Thursday and will miss the remainder of the season. He had a 2.56 ERA in 21 appearances out of the bullpen this season.

Ch. Cubs 4.9.14
Cubs put Sweeney on disabled list

The Chicago Cubs placed outfielder Ryan Sweeney on the 60-day disabled list with a hamstring injury Wednesday and selected the contract of outfielder Ryan Kalish from Triple-A Iowa. Sweeney, who landed on the DL last week, finished the year hitting .251 with three homers and 20 RBI over 77 games.

The 26-year-old Kalish, meanwhile, was on Chicago's Opening Day Roster and batted .242 with three triples, four RBI and 11 runs scored before being sent down to Iowa on May 26.

Cincinnati 3.9.14
Reds move Bailey to 60-day disabled list

Homer Bailey's season has come to an end, as the Cincinnati Reds moved the right-hander to the 60-day disabled list Tuesday. Bailey was put on the 15-day DL in mid-August due to a flexor mass strain in his right elbow. He may need surgery. He went 9-5 with a 3.71 earned run average in 23 starts this season.

Seattle 2.9.14
Mariners suspend Montero for rest of season

The Seattle Mariners suspended Jesus Montero for the rest of the season on Monday after he was involved in an altercation with a team scout last week. General manager Jack Zduriencik had already said Friday that Montero wouldn't play for the Mariners again this season. The team has placed Montero on the suspended list to make that official. Once a prized catching prospect, Montero appeared in just six games for the Mariners this season after showing up for spring training a reported 40 pounds overweight.

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