BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox placed right-hander Junichi Tazawa on the 15-day disabled list Thursday with a right shoulder impingement. The move was retroactive to July 4.

To take Tazawa’s roster spot, the Red Sox recalled righty William Cuevas from Triple-A Pawtucket for his third stint in the majors this season.

The Red Sox agreed to a deal with first-round draft pick Jason Groome with a $3.65 million signing bonus, according to media reports Thursday night.

Boston took Groome, a 17-year-old left-handed pitcher out of Barnegat High in New Jersey, with the 12th overall pick in the June draft. He was considered by some scouts the top talent in the draft.

The Red Sox also reportedly signed fourth-round pick Bobby Dalbec, a third baseman and pitcher from the University of Arizona, to a $650,000 bonus.

DIAMONDBACKS: Arizona optioned struggling pitcher Shelby Miller to Triple-A Reno.

Miller has been a major disappointment after the Diamondbacks got him in an offseason trade with Atlanta for outfielder Ender Inciarte and two of their top prospects.

Miller is 2-9 with a 7.14 ERA.

THE OWNER of a training and sports medicine clinic sued Major League Baseball and several of its employees, claiming they caused the company’s social media accounts to be illegally hacked during the sport’s Biogenesis investigation.

Neiman Nix claimed an MLB investigator misrepresented herself as law enforcement and MLB intimidated the company’s clients and hacked accounts on YouTube, Facebook and PayPal.