PHOENIX -- The Arizona Diamondbacks
placed Curt Schilling
on the 15-day disabled list Monday, retroactive to his last start on April 18.
Schilling, who underwent an appendectomy in St. Louis on April 20, had been scheduled to start Thursday against Florida. Monday's move pushed that start back two days to Saturday, when Schilling is scheduled to face the Atlanta Braves.
The right-hander had hoped to come back sooner, but had experienced some discomfort during bullpen sessions. Rookie Andrew Good will start in Schilling's place Thursday.
The move allowed the Diamondbacks to activate catcher Rod Barajas, who had been on the disabled list since straining his left hamstring April 6 against Colorado. Barajas was in the starting lineup against Florida on Monday night.
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