CLEVELAND – Tampa Bay Manager Joe Maddon isn’t sure when third baseman Evan Longoria will be healthy enough to return to the field.

Longoria has been sidelined since May 1 with a partially torn left hamstring. The Rays hoped he would be able to resume baseball activities soon, but Maddon said Saturday that will not happen until at least after the All-Star break.

“I have no idea when he’s going to be able to play again,” Maddon said before the Rays played the Cleveland Indians. “It’s such a hard one to create conjecture with. If you wanted to bend to the negative side on this one you may have to as opposed to the positive side of it, meaning it will probably take more as opposed to less time to get him back on the field.”

Longoria was shut down after he felt discomfort in the hamstring during a minor league rehab assignment last month.

“I just don’t like hamstring injuries,” Maddon said. “I know they’re difficult. They’re very tenuous at best. You can start feeling better and then you don’t. It’s a tough injury to overcome and a tough injury to battle back from.”

The original diagnosis was Longoria would be sidelined 6 to 8 weeks. It appears the Rays are preparing to be without the three-time All-Star until sometime in August.

Maddon said he talked with Andrew Friedman, the Rays’ executive vice president of baseball operations, about the team’s options with the July 31 trade deadline approaching.

“We normally don’t do anything at that time,” Maddon said. “We’ll have to see how this plays out the rest of the month. Maybe someone will surface from within and take that job and run with it. These are great questions. I don’t have the answers for them, but there’s nothing really in the makings right now.”

Longoria is batting .329 with four homers and 19 RBI this season. The Rays had a 15-8 record when he played every inning of the team’s first 23 games. They are 29-33 without him.

ROYALS: Kansas City claimed catcher Adam Moore on waivers from the Seattle Mariners.

Kansas City then optioned Moore to Triple-A Omaha.

INDIANS: Cleveland sent slumping left-hander Nick Hagadone to Triple-A Columbus.

The Indians played with a 24-man roster against Tampa Bay, and will recall left-hander Scott Barnes today.

Barnes was optioned to Columbus on June 28.

Hagadone went 1-0 with a 6.39 ERA in 27 relief appearances for Cleveland. He had a 0.87 ERA after nine outings, but had been hit hard recently, yielding 12 runs and 14 hits over 52/3 innings in his last seven appearances before he was sent down.

Hagadone was acquired from the Boston Red Sox at the 2009 trade deadline with right-handers Justin Masterson and Bryan Price in exchange for catcher Victor Martinez.

BRAVES: Outfielder Michael Bourn is going to the All-Star game after all.

Bourn, who lost to David Freese in online voting for one of the final spots, is replacing Washington Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond on the NL roster for Tuesday’s game in Kansas City.

Desmond has been dealing with a left oblique strain and is going to use the break to rest. The decision was made after Desmond consulted with team doctors, management and NL Manager Tony La Russa.

PIRATES: Pittsburgh recalled infielder Matt Hague and optioned catcher Eric Fryer to Triple-A Indianapolis.

MARLINS: Giancarlo Stanton will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right knee today after lasting just two innings in his first start in five games, leaving Miami without a representative on the field at Tuesday’s All-Star game.

Manager Ozzie Guillen guessed Stanton would miss about a month. General Manager Mike Hill said the procedure to remove a loose body in the knee is fairly routine.

Hill said surgery had been discussed as an alternative if Stanton had difficulty playing. He said the procedure to remove a loose body in the knee is fairly routine.

“It was just discomfort,” Hill said. “And we knew that once we had tried it, that if it flared up again surgery was the logical option.”

Stanton started Saturday’s 3-2 loss at St. Louis but was removed in the third.

Stanton, who singled and scored on Justin’s Ruggiano’s two-run homer in the second, began the day with a .282 batting average, 19 homers and 50 RBI. He also was scheduled to participate in Monday’s All-Star home run derby in Kansas City.

Washington’s Bryce Harper will replace Stanton on the NL All-Star team.

METS: Johan Santana twisted his left ankle in Friday’s game, but New York expects him to be ready to start their first game after the All-Star break.

WHITE SOX: Manager Robin Ventura said Chris Sale will pitch no more than one inning in the All-Star Game. The 23-year-old Sale is 10-2 with a 2.19 ERA in his first season as a starter. The White Sox are closely monitoring Sale’s workload.