The New York Yankees have placed Giancarlo Stanton on the 10-day injured list.
Stanton - the 2017 National League MVP - has suffered a hamstring strain and will be absent from Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays onwards.
The 30-year-old outfielder continues to deal with fitness issues and exited the second game with the Rays on Saturday.
Stanton has played in 14 games this year for the 10-5 Yankees, having been set to miss the start of the season prior to the delay amid the coronavirus pandemic due to a calf strain.
The former Miami Marlins star has hit three home runs in 2020, already matching his tally for the entirety of the previous season, in which he was significantly limited by injury. He is batting .293, with seven RBIs.
"I'm hurting for him," manager Aaron Boone said of Stanton. "I know what he's done to be here. His play speaks for itself. Hopefully it's something that doesn't end up keeping him down too long."
The Yankees have recalled infielder Thairo Estrada.