The Seattle Mariners are making crucial roster decisions ahead of Wednesday’s game

The Seattle Mariners made some crucial roster decisions, placing outfielder Dominic Canzone on the 10-day injured list on Wednesday. In a corresponding move, they have recalled Jonathan Clase from Tacoma.

Canzone was officially placed on IL with a “right adductor strain,” according to Mariners PR.

Canzone originally suffered the injury Sunday against the Toronto Blue Jays but had the benefit of a day off. He was in the starting lineup Tuesday against the San Diego Padres and went through five innings, hitting a double. He was pulled after the top of the fifth after “not feeling right” running the bases, according to a tweet from the Seattle Times’ Ryan Divish.

Canzone going on IL will keep him out for the Mariners’ remaining five games before the All-Star break and through Game 1 of a three-game series against the Houston Astros on July 19.

Canzone is hitting .211 this season with seven home runs and 14 RBIs.

Clase has been in Tacoma since June 2nd. He made six appearances and three starts for Seattle from May 24 to June 2. He has appeared in 15 major league games this season and is hitting .176 with three RBIs and two total steals. In 59 games with the Rainiers, he is hitting .274 with 10 home runs and 34 RBIs.

This will be Clase’s third separate stint with the Mariners this year.

The Mariners put up eight runs in Tuesday’s win against the Padres and appear to be slowly moving toward some consistency and efficiency on offense.

Clase was not listed in the starting lineup for Wednesday, but is expected to make at least a few starts in the outfield during Canzone’s IL stint.

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