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In a good news/bad news scenario, the San Diego Padres have made two roster moves. They activated center fielder Cameron Maybin from the 15-day DL, but they also placed first baseman Yonder Alonso on the 15-day DL. Maybin was scheduled to come off the DL, but Alonso was supposed to be able to avoid it. That's no longer the case.
Hang on. Alonso, in a surprising move, is now headed to the DL.
— Corey Brock (@FollowThePadres) June 6, 2013
When the team knew Maybin was coming of the disabled list, they told Kyle Blanks to pack up and head back to Tucson because he was going back to Triple-A. Blanks made it as far as San Diego (the team was in Los Angeles at the time) before being told to come back. When the decision was made to place Alonso on the DL, the team needed Blanks back quickly. He can play both the outfield and first base.
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Alonso injured his hand when he was hit by a pitch in the Blue Jays series. The injury was thought to be minor enough to cost him just a couple games. Unfortunately, Alonso has not improved. The Padres decided some time on the DL and some rehab would probably be necessary.
Maybin was battling a wrist impingement that landed him on the DL. He was placed on the 15-day DL just when Chase Headley was returning. So the Padres have yet to play with every player from the perceived Opening Day lineup on the field at the same time. Once that happens, San Diego may get a little better.
As it stands now, the Padres are 28-32. They aren't all that far away from being .500. And they are just six games back in the NL West.
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Such injustice the world has never seen. Injustice, or hyperbole. I always confuse the two.
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The San Diego Padres have reinstated outfielder Cameron Maybin and placed infielder Yonder Alonso on the 15-day disabled list.
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@ducksnorts @PadresPublic How about an analysis of why Chase is struggling so much lately? #sonofaduck
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San Diego Padres center fielder Cameron Maybin will be reinstated today from the disabled list after missing the last 45 games due to a right wrist impingement.Maybin was placed on the 15-day DL on April 18 after injuring his right wrist on a defensive play in a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday, April 15. Maybin has dealt with discomfort in his right wrist over the...
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(Courtesy of Bartstool Sports)
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