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The San Diego Padres have had to place short stop Everth Cabrera on the 15-day disabled list due to a strained left hamstring which isn’t considered to be very serious.
Cabrera suffered the injury while attempting to steal second base Sunday and hasn’t played since. The move is retroactive to June 17.
To take his place on the active roster, the Padres have recalled Jaff Decker from their Triple-A Tucson minor league affiliate.
In an unrelated move, the Padres have also requested release waivers on outfielder James Darnell. He had been designated for assignment a few days back and already went unclaimed. So it is very unlikely that he will be claimed this go-around.
He is out the remainder of 2013 because a left shoulder injury which isn’t healing correctly and could require additional treatment and surgical procedures.
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