MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota Twins’ designated hitter Nelson Cruz has again been placed on the 10-day injured list with a left wrist strain.

On Friday, the team announced the move, saying Cruz injured his wrist on a swing during the fourth inning of Thursday night’s game against the Cleveland Indians.

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Since the All-Star break, Cruz leads baseball in home runs, 16 of them, and ranks fifth for the entire season.

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Cruz was placed on the injured list in late May with the same injury.

To replace Cruz on the roster, the ball club recalled right-handed pitcher Cody Stashak from Triple-A Rochester.

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