WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - San Diego Padres starting pitcher Clayton Richard is headed back to the disabled list after feeling pain in the AC joint of his left shoulder in Friday's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Richard had only thrown two pitches, the first a ball and the second a strike, before he felt discomfort in his shoulder.
Padres Catcher Nick Hundley came out to check on the southpaw and the pair walked towards the dugout to meet with San Diego manager Bud Black. After a breif conversation, Richard walked into the home clubhouse with a trainer by his side.
The trip to the DL will mark Richard's second of the season, he missed a large chunk of May due to complications following an illness, and he has lasted six-plus innings in just four of his 12 starts this season.
Richard had arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder in July 2011, but is confident that this injury is not related to the 2011 shoulder injury.
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