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7/1/2014 8:44 P.M. ET

Everth out at least few days with hamstring strain

SAN DIEGO -- Shortstop Everth Cabrera suffered a strained left hamstring late in Monday's victory over the Reds and is a candidate for the disabled list, manager Bud Black said.

Cabrera was in the original starting lineup on Tuesday against the Reds but was scratched after he told Black that his hamstring was sore.

"Last night, in the heat of the battle, he was fine and after the game he thought he'd be fine," Black said. "But he woke up today and was a little sore."

Alexi Amarista got the start a shortstop for the Padres in the second game of a three-game series.

Black said the Padres will continue to evaluate Cabrera on Wednesday and through Thursday's off-day before a determination will be made before Friday's game against the Giants at Petco Park.

"We'll see how it sets up over the next couple of days," Black said.

Cabrera suffered the injury in the eighth inning after he walked and went to second base on Amarista's fly ball, returning to first base on a play the Reds appealed, saying Cabrera didn't retouch the base.

Cabrera remained in the game and actually started a game-ending double play in the ninth inning that sealed the Padres' 1-0 victory over the Reds, a game where they had just one hit.

Short hops

• Pitcher Andrew Cashner, on the disabled list since June 21 with right shoulder soreness, will play catch for the first time on Wednesday since landing on the DL. There's no timeline for his return.

• Left-handed reliever Troy Patton, on the disabled list since June 14 with a left shoulder fatigue, will rest and rehabilitate his shoulder after getting a second opinion from noted orthopedist Dr. James Andrews. There's no timeline to when Patton will return.

• Second baseman Jedd Gyorko had the protective boot removed from his left foot on Tuesday. Gyorko, on the DL since June 4 with plantar fasciitis, will now begin a strengthening and stretching program. There's no timeline as to when he might return.

Corey Brock is a reporter for MLB.com. Keep track of @FollowThePadres on Twitter. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.