Nationals recall infielder Sanchez

Nationals recall infielder Sanchez

WASHINGTON -- The Nationals likely made their final September callup prior to Friday's game against the Phillies when they recalled infielder Adrian Sanchez from Triple-A Syracuse.

The Nationals now have 35 players on their active squad and manager Dusty Baker said they are unlikely to bring up the remaining five players on the 40-man roster.

Sanchez has appeared in 24 games with Washington this season and posted a .680 OPS while playing second base, shortstop and third base, although he has not appeared in a game in the Majors since he took a fastball off his chest on Aug. 26.

He spent the next night in the hospital for testing, but was discharged the next morning with no issues. Sanchez has been playing games in the Minors since he was sent back to Triple-A and Baker says there are no lingering concerns.

Worth noting

• Right-hander Koda Glover is back home in Oklahoma after receiving a second opinion on his right shoulder in Texas last week. Glover has been sidelined since July with inflammation in his right rotator cuff and will almost certainly not pitch again this season, but Baker wants him to rejoin the team in Washington soon to be in the clubhouse for the stretch run and into the postseason.

Jamal Collier covers the Nationals for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @jamalcollier. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.