SAN FRANCISCO -- The Los Angeles Dodgers placed right fielder Yasiel Puig on the 10-day disabled list Sunday with a left hip pointer and bruised foot after he was hurt in the field and at the plate a day earlier.
Puig was initially injured during the first game of a doubleheader Saturday when he ran hard into a padded wall near right field after making a one-handed catch in foul territory to end the first inning.
Puig stayed down for several moments and was attended to by team trainers before walking off the field. He came out to bat in the second inning, fouled a ball of his foot, then flied out.
Puig underwent X-rays, which came back negative.
Afterward, manager Dave Roberts said Puig's foot was more of a concern while the Dodgers slugger didn't seem too concerned. He sat in a chair with his left leg propped up, a small blue wrap around his foot and joked with reporters.
"It should be bruised, but I can't see it because it's the same color as me," Puig said.
Right-hander Brock Stewart was called up to take Puig's roster spot.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.