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MLB Injury News:
Cincinnati Reds' pitcher Johnny Cueto, who left last night's game in the second inning due to tightness in his right lat muscle, was place on the 15-day disabled list.
As reported by Mark Sheldon at MLB.com,
""It's very disheartening," Reds manager Dusty Baker said. "I know he
was so close to being himself. He's worked hard. I just hope we can come
up with a solution.""
"Cueto felt pain when he threw a 1-2 pitch to the Rangers' Mitch
Moreland during the Reds' 4-0 loss. He immediately exited the game."
This was the third time this season that Cueto has been place on the disabled list. He was out from April 15 through May 20 with a strained right lat muscle. He was disabled a second time with a right shoulder strain from June 5 through June 16. lasted from June 5-16 because of a right shoulder
Logan Ondrusek was recalled from Triple-A Louisville to take the roster spot of Cueto.
Cueto, who was a career record of 64-48 with a 3.56 earned run average, is 4-2 with a 3.33 earned run average in 48 2/3 innings pitched this year.
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