Milwaukee Brewers’ Ryan Braun headed to DL
Still unable to play after sitting out for nearly a week, Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right oblique strain. Braun hasn't played in nearly a week, meaning his stint on the disabled list is retroactive to April 27. He's eligible to return on May 12, an off day for the Brewers. Braun will miss the remaining two games in Cincinnati and series against the Arizona Diamondbacks and New York Yankees at Miller Park. A decision on Braun had to be made Saturday with outfielder Logan Schafer eligible to return. The Brewers reinstated Schafer from the disabled list, as the versatile outfielder will team with Caleb Gindl to cover right field while Braun is out. The oblique injury first popped up for Braun early last week, but he felt it worsen on a throw in from the outfield on April 26 against the Chicago Cubs. Braun came out of the game prior to the ninth inning and hasn't played since. via Milwaukee Brewers' Ryan Braun headed to DL | FOX Sports on MSN.