The Cardinals placed Molina on a 10-day infirm list Sunday. They pronounced a eight-time All-Star is projected to skip during slightest 4 weeks with what a group called a “pelvic damage with dire hematoma.”
Molina left Saturday’s diversion opposite a Chicago Cubs in a eighth inning after being strike in a groin when Kris Bryant a sloping 102-mph representation from reliever Jordan Hicks. Molina immediately fell to a belligerent in pain and was transposed by Francisco Pena.
“That was a bad one, and those ones don’t indispensably felt improved (the subsequent day),” St. Louis manager Mike Matheny pronounced after a game. “It was tough to see.”
The 35-year-old Molina is attack 272 with 6 home runs and 17 RBIs this season. He was transposed on a active register by catcher Carson Kelly, who was called adult from Triple-A Memphis.