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The Los Angeles Dodgers have placed utility man Jerry Hairston Jr. on the 15-day disabled list with a strain to his left groin. The move is retroactive to May 6th. Taking his spot on the parent roster is utility man Elian Herrera who was recalled from their Triple-A Albuquerque minor league affiliate. There is no time-table set for Hairston’s return.
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