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Injury updates: Morton, Bumgarner, Seager

11:16 AM EDT

Stay up-to-date with all the latest news on injured players from across Major League Baseball.

Stay up-to-date with all the latest news on injured players from across Major League Baseball.

Charlie Morton and Oliver Drake, Rays

The Rays placed Morton on the 10-day injured list Monday, a day after he exited his start against the Yankees in the third inning with right shoulder inflammation. Morton walked Aaron Hicks on a fastball up in the zone and looked to be in some discomfort, prompting Rays manager Kevin Cash and athletic trainer Joe Binge to run out to the mound to check on the right-hander. After a brief discussion, Morton handed the ball over to Cash and walked off the mound. More >

Earlier on Sunday, the Rays placed Drake on the 10-day injured list with right biceps tendinitis. Drake has made five appearances this season and is tied for the team lead with two saves. More >

Madison Bumgarner, D-backs

Bumgarner's diminishing velocity has been a concern for the D-backs, and became even more so after the big left-hander gave up six runs on four homers over two innings before exiting the game. Manager Torey Lovullo said Bumgarner experienced back spasms while on the mound, after having experienced some mid-back discomfort overnight. He is headed back to Phoenix for evaluation of his back. More >

Corey Seager, Dodgers

Seager was out of the lineup again Sunday, but manager Dave Roberts said the club is not considering placing him on the injured list at this time.

The Dodgers have not disclosed a diagnosis, only saying that the shortstop has symptoms of “lower back discomfort” after diving to his right on a single to left field by Giants catcher Chadwick Tromp on Friday night. More >

George Springer, Astros

Springer was out of the starting lineup for the third consecutive game Sunday against the A’s due to a strained right wrist, but manager Dusty Baker said the outfielder has "made tremendous progress."

Springer, who suffered his injury while diving for a ball Thursday, is day to day. More >

Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees

Stanton was placed on the 10-day injured list Sunday, a day after he came out of Game 2 of a doubleheader against the Rays at Tropicana Field due to a tight left hamstring.

Stanton sustained the injury while advancing to second base on a wild pitch in the fourth inning. He was 0-for-1 with a walk before Mike Ford pinch-hit for him in the sixth. More >

Mike Moustakas, Reds

The Reds placed Moustakas on the 10-day injured list with a bruised left quad Sunday, five days after he exited a game against the Indians in the sixth inning. The move is retroactive to Thursday.

Moustakas has played in just seven games this season, hitting .238 with two homers and six RBIs. More >

Michael Wacha and Marcus Stroman, Mets

The Mets' rotation took another hit Sunday, when the club placed Wacha on the 10-day injured list with right shoulder inflammation. Wacha joins Noah Syndergaard and Stroman among Mets starting pitchers on the IL. More >

Stroman, who tore a left calf muscle during Summer Camp, is progressing but still at least a week away from joining the club, according to manager Luis Rojas. The righty threw more than 80 pitches in a five-inning simulated game Thursday at the Mets' alternate training site in Brooklyn, and while he looked more athletic around the mound than earlier, Rojas said he still needs another sim game before being activated. More >

JaCoby Jones, Tigers

Jones exited Sunday’s game against the Pirates with left abdominal tightness following an awkward third-inning swing. The hot-hitting outfielder is considered day-to-day, according to the team. More >

Phillip Evans, Pirates

The Pirates placed Evans on the 45-day injured list Sunday, effectively ending his season. Evans left Saturday's game on a stretcher following a collision with right fielder Gregory Polanco, and the Pirates revealed Sunday that Evans sustained a concussion and “injuries to the face and mouth.” More >

Jeff Samardzija, Giants

The Giants placed Samardzija on the 10-day injured list Saturday due to a right shoulder impingement. He informed San Francisco's medical staff about his shoulder issue after giving up six runs (five earned) over four-plus innings in the club's 7-2 loss to the Dodgers on Friday in Los Angeles.

Samardzija's injury casts doubt over whether he will make another start for the Giants; the right-hander is in the final season of a five-year, $90 million contract. More >

Aaron Bummer, Reynaldo López, Carlos Rodón, Tim Anderson, Nick Madrigal and Edwin Encarnación, White Sox

Chicago placed Bummer on the 10-day injured list prior to Saturday afternoon’s game with Cleveland due to a left biceps strain. He will work at the team's alternate training site in Schaumburg, Ill., while the club begins a three-game road trip to Detroit on Monday.

Bummer departed Friday night's game in the seventh inning, his second frame of work, after throwing a 95.2 mph sinker to José Ramírez and then calling for the trainer and Rick Renteria. The White Sox manager said Saturday the severity of the injury was not known but that Bummer was moving around pretty well.

López (right shoulder soreness) threw a side session Saturday at the alternate training site. Rodón (left shoulder soreness) played catch on Saturday and may be ready to throw a side session in a few days.

Anderson, who is working his way back from a strained right groin, will travel with the club to Detroit and go through his full routine to test it out. The White Sox are hopeful he'll be activated sometime during the series at Comerica Park. Madrigal (separated left shoulder) was scheduled to play catch on Sunday as an early test for his left arm. And Encarnación (left shoulder soreness) was scheduled for more aggressive work in the batting cage Sunday. More >

Austin Nola, Mariners

Nola was hit on the base of his left thumb and wrist when he was crossed up on a pitch during Friday's series opener vs. the Rockies. Manager Scott Servais said before Saturday's game that X-rays showed no structural damage, and that Nola could be back in the lineup as soon as Sunday's series finale at T-Mobile Park. More >