Oakland Athletics shortstop Tyler Ladendorf hasn't seen any at-bats recently because of a left wrist injury, Susan Slusser of The San Francisco Chronicle reports. It's unclear when exactly Ladendorf tweaked his wrist, but he hasn't taken an at-bat since Sept. 17. There's no indication of when he could hit again, so it's possible his season has come to an end.
The Athletics added a number of players to their expanded active roster on Tuesday. Cody Martin , who will start Tuesday's game against the Angels, was recalled from Triple-A Nashville. Joining him are R.J. Alvarez , Carson Blair , Ryan Dull , Tyler Ladendorf , Arnold Leon , Dan Otero and Jason Pridie .
The Athletics have activated second baseman Tyler Ladendorf off the 60-day disabled list and optioned him to Triple-A Nashville, per MLB.com. Ladendorf has been out for more than four months with an ankle injury that required surgery. He could return when the rosters are expanded in September.
Athletics second baseman Tyler Ladendorf went 0 for 5 at the plate during a rehab game at Class A on Wednesday. He also struck out twice. Ladendorf has not played since undergoing ankle surgery in late April. Wednesday was his first rehab assignment.
As expected, the Athletics placed reliever Edward Mujica on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with a fractured thumb. Mujica suffered the injury during Thursday's 3-0 loss to the Rays. He held a 3.32 ERA at the time of the injury. In a corresponding move, Oakland selected the contract of infielder Andy Parrino from Triple-A Nashville. Parrino hit .273 (38 for 139) with six doubles, two triples, four homers, 12 RBI, 20 walks and 43 strikeouts in 38 games at Triple-A this season. The A's also added Tyler Ladendorf (ankle) to the 60-day disabled list to clear a spot on the 40-man roster.