Just one day after being removed from the disabled list, catcher Francisco Cervelli will be down for at least ten more days. He returned on Friday from a bothersome left wrist, then left last night's game with left quadriceps irritation. The Pittsburgh Pirates placed him on the 10-day disabled list prior to Saturday's game against the Cincinnati Reds.
Catcher Elias Diaz was sent down yesterday when Cervelli was activated. He was already back with Indianapolis and active for last night's game, though he did not play. Diaz is back with the Pittsburgh Pirates and will backup Chris Stewart in tonight's game....
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