HOUSTON — Shortstop Carlos Correa of the Houston Astros is expected to miss 6 to 8 weeks with a torn ligament in his left thumb.

The Astros put Correa on the 10-day disabled list Tuesday and recalled Colin Moran from Triple- A Fresno. General Manager Jeff Luhnow said losing Correa was a “big blow,” but he’s expected back for the stretch run in September.

Correa is batting .320 with 18 doubles and 20 home runs, and his 67 RBI are second in the American League. He was injured Monday night after jamming his thumb on a swing.

Moran, a left-handed hitting corner infielder, was batting .308 with 15 doubles, 18 home runs and 63 RBI in 79 games at Fresno.

BREWERS: Catcher Stephen Vogt is out for at least a month with a sprained left knee following a collision at home plate.

Manager Craig Counsell said Vogt will miss “significant time.”

REDS: Cincinnati placed right-hander Scott Feldman on the 10-day disabled list with right knee inflammation.

The Reds also optioned outfielder Jesse Winker to Triple-A Louisville, and recalled right-hander Sal Romano and Lisalverto Bonilla from Louisville. Roman was Cincinnati’s scheduled starter for Tuesday’s opener of a three-game series against Arizona.

TWINS: Right-hander Phil Hughes will miss the rest of the season because of persistent arm trouble related to a condition that required rib removal surgery a year ago.

The Twins put Hughes, who was 4-3 with a 5.87 ERA in 532/3 innings, on the 60-day disabled list. Manager Paul Molitor said another operation is possible.

DIAMONDACKS-TIGERS: Arizona acquired outfielder J.D. Martinez from Detroit for a package of prospects, hoping to solidify a trouble spot while making a run toward the playoffs.

Detroit received Double-A infielder Dawel Lugo, switch-hitting infield prospect Sergio Alcantara and shortstop Jose King in the deal. Lugo was regarded as the Diamondbacks’ No. 2 overall prospect.

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