The MLB world featured many moves to the disabled list. The Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Arizona Diamondbacks had to send players to the DL. Some may return this season, while others are doubtful. Here are the injured players as of Wednesday.

Indians place two pitchers on DL

The Indians sent left handed reliever Andrew Miller, and starting pitcher Danny Salazar on the 10-day disabled list. Miller has been battling a sore knee this season. He has tendonitis, and this is his second time being on the DL in 20 days. Miller has been a reliable reliever this season with a 4-3 record and a 1.65 Earned Run Average in 48 games.

The Indians are hopeful for Miller to be back by the early part of September to help the team make a push to clinch the division.

Salazar makes his second trip to the DL. He missed time from June 4 to July 22. Salazar is 5-6 with a 4.30 earned run average in 16 starts this season. Salazar is going to miss time with a sore elbow. The Indians hold a 4.5 game lead over the Minnesota Twins.

Dodgers place Bellinger and Wood on DL

Cody Bellinger is likely to be the Rookie of the Year in the National League, but he is going to miss some time after being placed on the 10-day disabled list. Bellinger has 34 home runs and is one homer shy of Mike Piazza's rookie home run record. Bellinger suffered a mild right ankle sprain when he was playing in right field.

According to the manager, Dave Roberts, there is still swelling in his leg, so the team wants to play it safe.

Wood has been close to pitching like an ace on the squad this season. Wood may not be considered the ace given that Clayton Kershaw and Yu Darvish are on the team, but his 14-1 record and 2.45 earned run average are great arguing points.

Wood is going to miss time with inflammation in his sternoclavicular joint in front of his left shoulder. Wood could miss up to two starts. Luckily for The Dodgers, the team holds a 21.0 game lead in their division, so they could afford to miss these two players.

Diamondbacks place Jeff Mathis on DL

Mathis was placed on the 10-day DL with a broken right hand and is likely to miss the rest of the season.

Mathis sustained the injury on Tuesday when a foul ball hit his hand. The injury is bad timing as the Diamondbacks are trying to fight off the Milwaukee Brewers in the wild card. Mathis is batting .213 this season, but has 13 years of experiences and has been said to be a leader in the clubhouse. The team will look to Chris Iannetta to start in place of Mathis.