CHICAGO — St. Louis outfielder Matt Holliday will have his broken right thumb re-examined early next week, then he and the Cardinals will decide on treatments including surgery or letting the injury heal on its own, according to GM John Mozeliak.

Holliday, who saw the team’s hand specialist in Chicago on Friday morning, is out indefinitely after getting hit by a pitch in the Cardinals’ 4-3, 11-inning loss to the Cubs on Thursday night. Neither Mozeliak or Manager Mike Matheny could offer a specific timetable for the slugger’s return.

Cubs reliever Mike Montgomery plunked Holliday, a seven-time All-Star, with a 94 mph fastball on a 1-1 count with two outs and nobody on in the 10th on Thursday night. An X-ray showed the break.

ROCKIES: Colorado placed first baseman Mark Reynolds on the 15-day disabled list with a broken left hamate bone.

Reynolds was injured swinging the bat during Thursday’s 12-9 win over Texas. He is batting .283 with 23 doubles, 12 homers and 50 RBI in 106 games this season.

TIGERS: Shortstop Jose Iglesias is on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring.

To take Iglesias’ spot on the 25-man roster, Detroit recalled right-hander Warwick Saupold from Triple-A Toledo on Friday. Andrew Romine made his ninth start at shortstop on Friday against the Rangers.

METS: Billy Bean will throw out the first pitch for Mets Pride Night.

The former player is now Major League Baseball’s vice president for social responsibility and inclusion. He’ll take part Saturday in the first Mets Pride Night in a game against San Diego.

TWINS: Minnesota placed left-hander Tommy Milone on the 15-day disabled list with tendinitis in his left biceps muscle.

ASTROS: Houston activated right-hander Luke Gregerson off the disabled list and selected outfielder Teoscar Hernandez from Triple-A Fresno.