Before the match this afternoon against the Twins Royal persons placed a short stop Adalberto Mondezi in the 10-day list of the wounded, with retroactive effect until June 4, with a left strain of the patellar tendon. This is a heavy blow to the quick shortlist, which missed almost all of the first two seasons of the season with a sloping problem. Between injuries, Mondezi started productively, hitting .360 / .360 / .720 with a pair of homers in seven games. To replace him in the active list, Kansas City called an outside player Edward Olivares from Triple-A Omaha.
More from the central divisions of the game:
- Gemini central tennis player Byron Buxton a minor rehabilitation assignment could be launched at some point next week, manager Rocco Baldeli told reporters (including Betsy Helfand of St. Paul Pioneer-Press). Buxton missed most of the month with right-sided hip strain, a devastating development given his incredible start to the season. Prior to the injury, the 27-year-old looked good on his way to an early AL MVP call, hitting a .370 / .408 / .772 with nine homers in his first 98 appearances on the plate. Correct Kenta MaedaMeanwhile, he is organizing a 35-field bull session this morning and appears to be approaching his own rehabilitation assignment, according to MLB.com̵
- Cardinals user Max Moroff will require left shoulder surgery by the end of the season, announced manager Mike Shield (via Jeff Jones of Belleville News-Democrat). The procedure comes with a seven-month recovery schedule, so Moroff believes he is ready for the next spring training. Moroff, who was selected on the St. Louis roster last month, went just 1-16 with ten strikeouts in six games. The cardinals estimate that they will transfer him to the 60-day list of the wounded when the need arises for a place of 40 people.
- The White Sox announced this morning that they have restored the outside player The human barrier from the list of injured to make his season debut. It starts in the central field this afternoon against the Tigers. A colleague from the center of the field Billy Hamilton is performed on a 10-day IL due to a right slope in the respective course. Engel missed the first two months of the year with proper hamstring tension. Hamilton is among the deep outside players that the Sox rely on in the center without Louis Robert and Engel. Over 75 entries on the plate, the fast Hamilton hits .217 / .247 / .406 with a pair of households.