Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig crashed into a wall chasing a foul ball and was taken out of the first game of a doubleheader with the host San Francisco Giants because of soreness in his left foot and hip.

Manager Dave Roberts said Puig’s foot is more concerning than his hip. “We’re going to take an X-ray,” Robert said. “There’s swelling there.”

Puig made a running, one-handed catch and ran into a padded wall in the right corner of AT&T Park while chasing down Nick Hundley’s deep foul to end the first inning. Trainers ran down the right field line as Puig dropped to the turf before getting to one knee.

Puig remained on one knee for several moments then got to his feet and walked slowly into the Dodgers dugout. He came out to bat in the second inning, fouled a ball of his foot, then flied out.

Puig said he felt fine after getting his hip checked, but was uncertain about his foot injury.

“I got some treatment,” Puig said through a translator. “It hurts a little bit. But hopefully, God willing, I can get better with treatment.”

Giants make moves

The San Francisco Giants reinstated pitcher Chris Stratton from the paternity list and placed second baseman Joe Panik on the 10-day disabled list with a sprained left thumb.

In other moves, the Giants put outfielder Mac Williamson on the seven-day concussion list after he stumbled over the bullpen mound near left field and crashed into a low wall near the stands Tuesday. Reliever Mark Melancon was transferred to the 60-day disabled list and right-hander Derek Law was appointed as the 26th man.

Additionally, outfielder Austin Slater was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento one day after being sent down. The Giants also promoted infielder Alen Hanson from their top farm club.

Twins outfielder hurt

The Minnesota Twins said outfielder Byron Buxton is out indefinitely with a hairline fracture of his left big toe.

Twins manager Paul Molitor said that an MRI confirmed the injury, which occurred when Buxton fouled a ball off his toe in a rehab game in Florida last Sunday.

Buxton had been placed on the 10-day DL on April 18 because of migraines. The team was hoping to get him back during its homestand wrapping up on Thursday. But Molitor said that’s no longer likely.

“It’s going to obviously cost us more games than we originally thought,” Molitor said.

Around the bases

The Boston Red Sox reinstated right-hander Steven Wright (knee surgery) from the disabled list, and then placed him on the restricted list so he can serve a 15-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball’s domestic violence policy. ... The Kansas City Royals recalled right-hander Scott Barlow from Triple-A Omaha and optioned left-hander Eric Stout to the Storm Chaser between games of a doubleheader. ... The Chicago White Sox recalled right-hander Dylan Covey from Triple-A Charlotte and optioned right-hander Gregory Infante to Charlotte.