Colorado Rockies right fielder Michael Cuddyer headed back to the disabled Sunday after re-injuring his right oblique muscle during an at-bat Saturday night. "It's beyond frustrating," Cuddyer said told the Denver Post on Saturday night. "I felt so good. Felt good on the rehab. Felt good the past two days. Felt good my first two at-bats. Then one swing…" Michael Cuddyer was activated from the disabled list from the same injury Thursday, missing 11 games. He is batting 260 with 16 homers and 58 RBIs. "It's in a little higher area. But it's hard to breathe. This is worse," he said. "It really grabbed." The Rockies have called up outfielder Andrew Brown from Class AAA Colorado Springs to take Cuddyer's roster spot. Also, outfielder Carlos Gonzalez is expected to return from the bereavement list Tuesday. Cuddyer signed a three-year, $31.5 million free-agent contract with the Rockies during the off-season.