BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox placed third baseman Rafael Devers on the 10-day disabled list before Sunday’s series finale against Minnesota with a strained left hamstring he sustained a night earlier running the bases.

To take his place on the roster, the club recalled infielder Tzu-Wei Lin from Triple-A Pawtucket.

Devers limped running into third base on Eduardo Nunez’s double in the eighth inning of Boston’s 10-4 victory on Saturday night.

He said he felt something on his bunt single in the first inning, but didn’t think it was anything to worry about.

“When I bunted, I felt a little discomfort and didn’t feel like I pulled anything,” he said Sunday morning.

Devers is batting .245 with 15 homers and 52 RBI. It’s Lin’s fourth stint with the Red Sox. He’s batted .182 (8 for 44) in 19 games.

YANKEES-CARDINALS TRADE: The busy New York Yankees traded relievers Chasen Shreve and Giovanny Gallegos to the St. Louis Cardinals for first baseman Luke Voit.

The Yankees also got international signing bonus pool money from St. Louis in the deal announced late Saturday night.

It was New York’s third trade in five days. They got reliever Zach Britton from Baltimore on Tuesday and acquired starter J.A. Happ from Toronto on Thursday.

The Yankees needed to clear a roster spot to make room for Happ.

Shreve has pitched 40 times in relief this season, going 2-2 with one save and a 4.26 ERA. The 26-year-old Gallegos pitched four times for the Yankees this year, earning one save, and has spent most of the season at Triple-A. He will be assigned to Triple-A Memphis.

Voit was 2 for 11 with one home run and three RBI in eight games for St. Louis. The 27-year-old had mostly been in Triple-A this year.

BRAVES-ORIOLES TRADE: Atlanta bolstered its bullpen by obtaining right-hander Brad Brach from Baltimore on Sunday in exchange for $250,000 of international signing bonus allocation money.

Brach is 1-2 with a 4.85 ERA and owns a 10.80 ERA in eight games this month, but is only two years removed from making the AL All-Star team. He has 11 saves this season and worked as Baltimore’s closer for long stretches over the last two years.

ROCKIES: Colorado signed former star outfielder Matt Holliday to a minor league contract.

The 38-year-old Holliday reported to the Grand Junction Rockies, the organization’s Rookie level team on Sunday. He said the plan is to find his footing with the hope of joining the Rockies at some point this season.

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