The Astros placed catcher Brian McCann on the seven-day concussion disabled list, the team announced on Sunday. The move is retroactive to Saturday, when McCann was officially diagnosed with a concussion after self-reporting symptoms to manager A.J. Hinch. According to MLB.com’s Christian Boutwell, the 33-year-old backstop likely sustained the injury following a foul tip to the facemask last Sunday.
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McCann played through another two games last week before disclosing his symptoms to Hinch on Saturday. He’s batting .269/.365/.454 with six home runs and an .819 OPS through 126 PA this season. The Astros recalled 27-year-old catcher Juan Cedeno from Triple-A Fresno on Sunday, who will occupy McCann’s roster space during his DL stint and likely see some playing time behind Evan Gattis.