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May 15, 2014 at 11:48 AM

Mariners minor league report, May 15 — Chris Taylor to the DL, a few roster moves

Updated 3:57 Kent Hrbek time

Mariners minor league director Chris Gwynn confirmed that Chris Taylor suffered a slight crack in the pinky finger of his left hand near the knuckle. It isn’t thought to be an extremely serious injury, but serious enough to put Taylor on the disabled list, which is why Brady was called up.

Gwynn said that Taylor will get checked out again by doctors on May 20th. The hope he is out only a few weeks.

From earlier

A few roster moves have been made today.

  • Outfielder Dario Pizzano has been promoted to Class AA Jackson from Class A High Desert. Pizzano was hitting .275 with three homers and 21 RBI with the Mavs.
  • Infield Patrick Brady has been promoted to Class AAA Tacoma.
  • Nick Hill has been sent to Class AA Jackson from Tacoma.
  • RHP Andrew Kittredge was sent to High Desert from Jackson.

Class AAA Tacoma

The Rainiers had the day off. But it wasn’t a good day for the Rainiers. Chris Taylor was placed on the 7-day disabled list with an injured finger.¬†

Class AA Jackson

The Generals had their game cancelled because of rain.

Class A High Desert

DJ Peterson hit a solo home run for the Mavericks only run in a 4-1 loss to Visalia. ¬†Peterson has hit safely in each of his last 6 games with 3 multi-hit contest, batting .407 (11×27) with 8 runs scored, 3 doubles, 3 home runs, 10 RBI, 1 walk and 2 stolen bases

Class A Clinton

The LumberKings completed a three-game sweep of Burlington with a 4-2 win. Joe DeCarlo led the way with a three-run homer in the win. Emilio Pagan picked up his seventh save.

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