The Los Angeles Dodgers put infielder/outfielder Chris Taylor on the 10-day injured record with a left foot fracture on Wednesday.
Over the weekend, Taylor fouled a ball off his still left foot against the San Diego Padres. After sitting down out Sunday’s match, Taylor returned to the Dodgers lineup on July 4 but remaining in the sixth inning soon after sensation distress in his foot. Taylor was given a CT scan on Tuesday, which uncovered the fracture.
The 31-yr-previous Taylor is batting .238/.319/.409 with six house operates and 27 RBI in 74 online games this year.
The Dodgers also optioned starting up pitcher Ryan Pepiot on Wednesday and activated utility guy Zach McKinstry and aid pitcher Caleb Ferguson from the IL.
McKinstry, 27, has a house operate and two RBI in seven plate appearances for the Dodgers this time. In 48 game titles for Triple-A Oklahoma Town, McKinstry batted .335/.417/.487 with 4 home runs and 25 RBI.
Ferguson, 26, has appeared in 6 video games for Los Angeles this year, allowing no hits, with four walks and five strikeouts in 5 innings pitched. In 10 game titles with Oklahoma Metropolis, Ferguson is -1 with a 7.36 Era in 7 innings pitched.