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Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Brandon Morrow (C) leaves the game with an injury beside manager John Farrell (R) during the first inning of their interleague baseball game against the Washington Nationals in Toronto June 11, 2012.

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It has been a season filled with aches and pains for the Toronto Blue Jays.

Here is a breakdown of the players who have landed on the disabled list since the start of the season:

April 21 – Closer Sergio Santos lands on the 60-day DL with right shoulder inflammation. It was later determined he will have to undergo surgery and is lost for the season.

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March 21 – Outfielder Ben Francisco goes on the 15-day DL with a strained left hamstring.

June 13 – Starting pitcher Brandon Morrow is sidelined with a strained left oblique muscle. He has yet to return to the lineup.

June 14 – Starting pitcher Kyle Drabek goes on the 60-day DL after suffering a torn ligament in his right elbow that requires surgery. He is done for the season.

June 16 – Starting pitcher Drew Hutchison is sidelined with a ligament sprain in his right elbow and is lost for the season.

July 9 – Reliever Luis Perez goes on the 60-day DL after being diagnosed with a ligament tear in his left elbow that will require surgery. His season is over.

July 17 – Slugging outfielder Jose Bautista is placed on the 15-day DL with left wrist inflammation.

July 18 – Third baseman Brett Lawrie crashes into a camera bay trying to catch a pop-up in foul territory against the New York Yankees, slamming his right leg against an uncovered metal railing. Lawrie left the game and X-rays did not detect any breaks and his status is listed as day-to-day.

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