The Diamondbacks placed infielder Willie Bloomquist on the 15-day disabled list with a left hand contusion and recalled outfielder Tony Campana from Triple-A Reno.
Bloomquist was hit in the left hand by a pitch in a June 26 game vs. the Washington Nationals. X-rays did not reveal a break. He began the season on the disabled list because of a strained right oblique and was not activated until May 31. In 22 games, he is hitting .292 with eight RBI, but he is only 6 for his last 38 at-bats after starting the season 15 for 34.
Campana, known primarily for his speed, was hitting .288 with one home run and 24 stolen bases in 28 attempts at Reno. He appeared in 184 games for the Chicago Cubs in 2011-12 and has a .262 career average with one home run. He’s stolen 54 bases in 59 attempts, a 91.5 percent rate that ranks first among all major leaguers in that time span.