Stuck in their worst slump of the season, the last thing the Rockies needed was an injury to a starting pitcher.Tyler Chatwood left his outing with a strained right calf Saturday night after getting only one out in a wild first inning against the Mets, and on Sunday, Colorado placed him on the 10-day disabled list.Desmond hit a two-run single off Steven Matz with two outs in the first inning Sunday to help the Rockies build a large early lead in a 13-4 romp over New York.Chatwood, 27, said his calf began bothering him while he was warming up in the bullpen, but he tried to pitch through it.Espinosa was hitting .162 with just 14 extra-base hits and 19 RBIs in 77 games this season, with his woes exacerbating team-wide struggles to generate offense.Through Saturday, the Angels ranked third-to-last among American League teams in runs and batting average, and scored four runs in the first two games since returning from the All-Star break despite getting two-time MVP Mike Trout back from a thumb injury.Commissioner Rob Manfred said Tuesday that the potential of the Tampa Bay market makes it worth waiting — to a certain, undefined point, anyway — for the Rays to work out a stadium deal, and he remains optimistic of an agreement.
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