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June 21, 2013 | By Kevin Baxter
The Angels placed left-hander Jason Vargas on the disabled list Friday and said the pitcher will undergo further tests next week for what has been diagnosed as a blood clot under his left arm. "You always want to keep pitching. But at the same time I'd rather not have a blood clot," said Vargas, who has won six of his last seven decisions. "If I was pitching and it came loose then it could really cause some issues. So I'm definitely glad the staff recognized it and we got it taken care of and looked at. And we're going through the right channels.
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July 20, 2010 | By Jim Peltz and Bill Shaikin
The Dodgers' shopping list ahead of the July 31 trade deadline might have grown Tuesday when Manny Ramirez was placed on the 15-day disabled list for the third time this season. Ramirez, plagued with a right calf strain, could be on the DL for "about three weeks," which means "you may all of a sudden be in the market for more" players than initially planned, Manager Joe Torre said. But General Manager Ned Colletti said the team's immediate priority remained pitching.
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July 31, 2012 | By Mike DiGiovanna
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Angels lost an integral part of their bullpen Tuesday when left-handed reliever Scott Downs was placed on the 15-day disabled list because of a shoulder strain, an injury that could sideline him for several weeks. “We're comfortable with the fact that this won't push him back too far, but he might need a couple of weeks for this to settle down,” Manager Mike Scioscia said. “Right now, it's a minor issue, and we want to keep it that way.” Downs, 37, will be replaced on the roster by left-hander Hisanori Takahashi, who was called up from triple-A Salt Lake and joined the team for Tuesday night's game against the Texas Rangers.
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May 28, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
Meanwhile, back at Langley - whoops, sorry, I meant at Dodger Stadium - the Dodgers announced that Ted Lilly was going on the 15-day disabled list with shoulder inflammation and that they had called up reliever Mike Antonini from triple-A Albuquerque. Which is not to say Antonini will take Lilly's scheduled start on Tuesday; he will not. Stay tuned for  Tuesday's move - shhh , still unannounced - when the Dodgers will call up right-hander Nathan Eovaldi from double-A Chattanooga to start Tuesday.
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June 25, 2013 | By Steve Dilbeck
Now to finally see if the Dodgers' grand plan can actually pay off. The Dodgers activated Matt Kemp off the disabled list prior to Tuesday's game, pretty much giving them the lineup they had planned on using for the first time all season. “We've been saying we're pretty much full strength,” said Manager Don Mattingly. “This kind of puts us there. Obviously Carl [Crawford] is not back yet, but we kinda inserted Yasiel [Puig] there. We'll figure that piece out when Carl gets back, but our lineup is pretty much back to full strength.” Kemp has been out since May 30 with a strained right hamstring.
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May 3, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez
Rafael Furcal , who finally appears to be recovered from a back injury that required surgery two years ago, is heading to the disabled list. Multiple baseball sources told The Times that the Dodgers are planning to move Furcal to the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a strained left hamstring. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because the move hasn't been officially announced. The Dodgers are expected to replace Furcal with veteran shortstop Nick Green , who after Monday's game is batting an altitude-enhanced .219 in 20 games for their triple-A affiliate in Albuquerque.
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June 1, 2013
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday because of bursitis in his left knee. The knee has bothered Harper since he crashed into the wall at Dodger Stadium on May 13. He has missed the last five games, and the DL move is retroactive to May 27. Washington Manager Davey Johnson also said an MRI test showed a slight strain in pitcher Stephen Strasburg's right side, and the team hopes...
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July 23, 2011 | Wire reports
Third baseman Adrian Beltre on Saturday was put on the 15-day disabled list by the Texas Rangers because of a hamstring strain. The Rangers recalled infielder Chris Davis from triple-A Round Rock to take Beltre's place on the roster. Beltre suffered the injury Friday against Toronto. Marlins send Volstad to minors Right-hander Chris Volstad was optioned by the Florida Marlins to triple-A New Orleans. Volstad (5-8) gave up four runs, three earned, in five innings against the New York Mets on Friday.
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August 3, 2010 | Staff and wire reports
The Philadelphia Phillies' season-long wave of injuries has claimed All-Star first baseman Ryan Howard for at least 15 days. Howard, who was leading the National League with 81 runs batted in, went on the disabled list Tuesday because of a sprained left ankle. The Phillies said the sprain was moderate. The 2006 NL most valuable player was hurt Sunday while sliding into second base at Washington. He traveled with the team to Miami, but when swelling in the ankle became worse, he returned to Philadelphia for an MRI exam Tuesday.
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June 15, 2010 | By Dylan Hernandez
Reporting from Cincinnati — As many leg problems as Chad Billingsley has had over the years, he was never subjected to a stint on the disabled list. Until Tuesday. Unable to throw his regularly scheduled bullpen session without discomfort in his right groin, Billingsley was told he would be sidelined for at least two weeks starting Wednesday. Billingsley's protests were ignored. "I can only do so much," he said with a shrug. Instead of taking a wait-and-see approach with Billingsley, the Dodgers decided to move forward with a rotation that will continue to include two previously unknown rookies, John Ely and Carlos Monasterios . The latter was expected to be the odd-man out by Saturday, when opening day starter Vicente Padilla makes his scheduled return from the disabled list in Boston.
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