Found May 01, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
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The 19-inning marathon between the Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Angels has claimed more casualties. While the Angels placed outfielder Peter Bourjos on the disabled list immediately after the game, the A's have now sent Coco Crisp and Brett Anderson to the DL, according to Casey Pratt of CSN Bay Area. Coco Crisp and Brett Anderson to the DL. Luke Montz and Dan Straily recalled. #Athletics — Casey Pratt (@CaseyPrattCSN) May 1, 2013 Both Crisp and Anderson exited the game in extra innings. Crisp left in the 13th with a strained hamstring, while Anderson went out in the 18th when he tweaked his already-sore ankle after logging 5 1/3 innings out of the bullpen. The A's recalled Luke Montz and Dan Straily to fill the roster spots left vacant by Anderson and Crisp. Straily will continue to fill Anderson's rotation spot, but it's not clear who will take over in center for Crisp. Chris Young would be the likely candidate, but he's day-to-day with a quad injury -- also suffered during the game that will not be named. As a result, Oakland could be forced to use Yoenis Cespedes in center. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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