By Matt Snyder
The San Diego Padres have placed second baseman Orlando Hudson on the disabled list for the second time this month (North County Times via Twitter). Last time around, it was a hamstring injury, this time it's a strained groin. Hudson lasted just seven games after coming off the DL before needing to go back on.
Hudson, 33, was hitting just .217 with a .326 on-base percentage when he was injured again. He tied his career high with 10 stolen bases, though. This season marks the third in the past four that Hudson has had trouble staying healthy.
Logan Forsythe has been recalled and will be in the mix for Hudson's playing time at second along with Alberto Gonzalez and Eric Patterson.
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