A scoreless two-inning appearance that earned him the victory in Saturday night’s 11-6, 13-inning win over the
The right-hander, who rebounded from a rocky start to improve to 4-0 with a 2.96 earned run average in 28 games Saturday was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday because of a nerve irritation in his throwing arm.
The Angels replaced Salas on the roster with Dane De Le Rosa, a right-hander who was called up from triple-A Salt Lake after spending the past three months recovering from a forearm strain and a shoulder impingement.
Salas gave up a leadoff single in a scoreless 11th inning Saturday night and retired the side in order in the 12th, "but the second inning, I felt different," he said. "It didn't feel like I had as much power in my arm." Salas said he is feeling discomfort in the nerve from the shoulder down to his elbow.