Per Phil Mackey of ESPN1500.com, the Minnesota Twins have placed starter Francisco Liriano on the 15-day disabled list with shoulder inflammation.
After a horrible start to the season (1-4 record and 9.13 ERA in April), Liriano pitched well in three of his four starts in May.
Liriano, who was scratched from his start on Saturday, posted a 2-1 record with an ERA of 2.52 in his four starts in the month of May.
The move is retroactive to May 23rd since Liriano last pitched on the 22nd and the team has recalled righthander Anthony Salama from Triple-A.
Through May 29 games, the Twins have the highest ERA (4.77) while scoring the fewest runs (175) in all of baseball.
Not only do the Twins have the worst record (17-35) in the majors, but every team in the American League has at least six more wins than the Twins.