Giants place Mark DeRosa on DL
LOS ANGELES -- The San Francisco Giants placed third baseman Mark DeRosa on the 15-day disabled list Thursday because of a strained left wrist and recalled infielder Emmanuel Burris from Triple-A Fresno.
DeRosa will be making his second trip to the DL this season. He was injured in the fourth inning of the Giants' 8-5 win Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium, when he checked his swing on a pitch in the dirt from Clayton Kershaw. Mike Fontenot finished the at-bat and drew a bases-loaded walk after inheriting a 2-2 count.
DeRosa is batting .162 in 37 games with three RBIs and is hitless in his last 23 at-bats -- a drought that began before he went on the DL on April 28 because of left wrist inflammation. He underwent surgery on the wrist back on July 1.
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press
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