One day after the worst statistical month of his career came to an end, Diamondbacks starting pitcher Trevor Cahill was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right hip contusion.
The injury is the same one that knocked him out of a June 19 game against the Marlins after one inning. Cahill took a line drive off his hip at the end of the first inning and warmed up for the second inning before being removed for precautionary reasons.
Cahill said after that game that he was confident the injury wouldn't be an issue before his next start. Cahill made that next start, giving up six runs in five innings. He also gave up six runs in 4 13 innings Sunday to drop to 3-10 with a 4.66 ERA on the season.
In six June starts, Cahill went 0-5 with a 9.85 ERA. The D-backs won only one of those games -- the game he left after an inning, as Josh Collmenter came on and threw six scoreless innings.
To replace Cahill on the big league roster, the D-backs added 26-year-old reliever Chaz Roe from T...