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DETROIT -- The Los Angeles Dodgers have put pitcher Josh Beckett on the 15-day disabled list with a left hip impingement. The right-hander pitched five scoreless innings in a win at Colorado on Sunday, but was removed after just 82 pitches. Beckett began the season on the DL with a right thumb contusion, but has made each of his 17 starts since then, going 6-5 with a 2.26 ERA. He was left off the National League roster for the All-Star game. Manager Don Mattingly said a baserunning mishap Sunday may have led to Becketts latest problem. "We were hoping to get him to the (All-Star) break to get him a little extra time," Mattingly said. "I think that little run between short and third the other day -- it looked like he stopped and started, and then the slide looked a little funny. I cant tell you exactly what sent him over the edge, but obviously that was a little bit tricky." The team on Tuesday recalled right-handed reliever Pedro Baez from Triple-A Albuquerque. It wasnt immediately clear who will start in Becketts place Saturday against the San Diego Padres. Mattingly said he wasnt sure how quickly Beckett would be back after his DL stint. "I dont really think we know," he said. "I dont know if hell need a few extra days past the DL time." Baez was previously recalled for a game on May 5 at Washington, and allowed two runs and two hits in one inning of relief in his major league debut. The converted infielder opened the year at Double-A Chattanooga and went 2-1 with six saves and a 2.79 ERA in 17 games to earn a May 25 promotion to Albuquerque. The 26-year-old pitcher last worked on Saturday, allowing three runs and two hits in one inning against Las Vegas. Baez has a 4.50 ERA in 17 appearances with the Isotopes. "Hes the guy thats been throwing the best," Mattingly said. "Thats the guy they felt like has been throwing the ball good. Thats what we always try to do. Whoevers throwing the best is the guy that comes." Beckett was limited to only eight starts last year. He had a rib removed last July in a surgery to alleviate a nerve condition that was affecting his right arm. Neck problems and numbness in his right hand had troubled Beckett for the past few years. It got to the point where he learned how to drive with only his left hand. nike vapormax skroutz γυναικεια . Russia has spent about $51 billion to deliver the Sochi Olympics, which run Feb. 7-23, making them the most expensive games ever, even though as a winter event it hosts many fewer athletes than summer games do. Nike Air Vapormax 2019 Skroutz . -- Louisville backup quarterback Reggie Bonnafon ran for two touchdowns and passed for another and the No. http://www.vapormaxgreece.com/nike-vapor...nit-greece.html. Old times for a defence that has looked just plain old recently? "No," safety Ryan Clark said. "We used to be much better than that. nike vapormax plus γυναικεια . 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Despite being 1-12 with a 6.15 ERA in his career against New York, Buehrle was on his game early, retiring the first eight Yankees he faced before second baseman Stephen Drew lined a ball over Kevin Pillars head in centre for a double in the top of the third. The first three innings Buehrle needed only 36 pitches -- including 24 for strikes -- and in the second he used just six pitches to put out Mark Teixeira, Brian McCann and Carlos Beltran. The Missouri native sat down 13 of the 15 batters he faced through five. Everything fell apart, however, in the seventh. With Toronto (67-66) leading 1-0, McCann opened the inning with a double to right field and Buehrle gave up his only walk of the night to the next hitter, Beltran, to put two on with nobody out. Brett Gardner then doubled home McCann and a throwing error by second baseman Steve Tolleson on the same play allowed Beltran to come home and make it 2-1 New York while Gardner was able to end up on third. Ichiro Suzuki singled next, which led to Aaron Loup taking over on the mound for Buehrle. Loup struck out Headley, who was pinch hitting for Drew, but another throwing error by catcher Dioner Navarro to third base in an attempt to pick off Gardner led to the Yankee left fielder coming home. Ellsbury then hit a two-run shot to make it 5-1. Buehrle went six innings, allowing seven hits and four earned runs to go along with four strikeouts. He dropped to 11-9 on the season and remains with just one victory since June 1st. Toronto earned back two runs in the bottom of the inning, cutting New Yorks lead to 5-3. Pillar doubled home Colby Rasmus, which ended the night for Yankee starter Chris Capuano, and a sacrifice fly to left by Cabrera brought in Pillar. 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In the fifth Rasmus doubled to right and was moved to third on a single by Pillar. With runners on the corners and just one out, Toronto had an opportunity to extend its lead. A Reyes pop up and Cabrera ground out, though, ended any threat. Rasmus opened the bottom of the third with a broken-bat single that saw the barrel of the bat nearly take out Capuano on the mound, but any chance for momentum was negated when Pillar hit into a 5-4-3 double play. Capuano (2-3) went 6 1/3 innings, giving up eight hits and two earned runs with four strikeouts to pick up his first win in four starts with New York since being acquired from the Boston Red Sox. David Robertson pitched the ninth for his 35th save of the season. NOTES: Drew Hutchison (8-11) is expected to start for Toronto on Saturday while Michael Pineda (3-2) goes for New York...Derek Jeter will be honoured prior to Sundays series finale...Toronto has dropped six of its past eight series (1-6-1)...Tonights game was the fourth of a nine-game homestand...Melky Cabrera entered the game hitting .340 (17 for 50) against New York this season...San Antonio Spur and Pickering, Ont. native Corey Joseph tossed out the first pitch with the Larry OBrien Trophy (NBA Championship) on display... Attendance at Rogers Centre was 43,318...The Yankees are now 8-5 vs Jays this season...Toronto is 7-17 in August. ' ' '