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SAN FRANCISCO -- The Pittsburgh Pirates placed leadoff hitter Starling Marte on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with a bruised right hand. Marte was injured when he was thrown out trying to steal third base in the eighth inning of Pittsburghs 4-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Aug. 18. Martes right hand was stepped on during the play. He remained in the game but hasnt played since. Before getting hurt Marte was batting .282 with 11 home runs and 33 RBIs. He is third in the NL with 35 stolen bases. Andrew Lambo was called up from Triple-A Indianapolis to replace Marte. Jason Kidd Jersey . Bookies were offering odds of 13/1 before kickoff that the home team Houston Dynamo would prevail by three goals to nil. Brandon Knight Jersey .com) - Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were among the third-round winners Friday at the French Open. http://www.sunsofficialshop.us/marquese ... ns-jersey/. An unconventional night for Texas-El Paso nearly led to the Miners getting a huge upset. 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Its a little bit scary, but he made the right decision by walking away. Were all going to miss him, because he was going to be a big part of our offence." And one Giants player, in particular, could relate to Wilsons situation. Linebacker Jameel McClain, signed as a free agent from Baltimore in the off-season, suffered a similar injury to the one that ended Wilsons career when McClain was with the Ravens in 2012. McClain suffered a bruised spinal cord and aggravated a long-standing case of spinal stenosis. At the time, McClain was told by Ravens doctors that he would never play football ever again. After the injury, McClain was released by the Ravens and signed by the Giants. He is listed on the depth chart as their starting middle linebacker, with projected starter Jon Beason still recovering from a broken foot suffered in minicamp in June. "I can understand to a certain extent," McClain said. "I can relate because of the circumstances and having the same options. I really didnt know much about my injury. The situation is a little different, but I had the same numbness and tingling my neck, hands and feet. After I first came here and we met each other, I talked to David and told him about my situation." McClain said that he was born with a slight case of spinal stenosis. "What happened to David felt so real to me," said McClain, who started 10 games for the Ravens last season before getting hurt, and had 52 tackles and a forced fumble. "I was told that I would never play again," he said. "David is a young man with a lot of talent. Its a wild situation how this happened." McClain did not have surgery to correct his problem. "I spent three months, had a test, waited another three months, had another test," McClain said. "I dont know if it was toughness or ignorance, but I didnt know much about it to be scared. I had to confront my situation and have been moving in the right direction." McClain has not had to endure another burner or stinger as Wilson had last Tuesday.dddddddddddd. "Sometimes, you have to put your future in the hands of nature and God," McClain said. "Playing again was something I just needed to do in time. I was focused on coming right back. I havent had another stinger in a long while and I dont plan on having another." Still, McClain feels bad for Wilson. "My thoughts and prayers are with him 100 per cent," McClain said. Several of Wilsons teammates expressed confidence that the team has depth at the position. "He always came out with a smile on his face," running back Peyton Hillis said. "The whole week, weve been like that. We still think we have a strong running back group. We have a group of guys who can produce. We have power backs who can get yardage when we need it. But make no bones about it. David Wilson will be missed." Coach Tom Coughlin started the teams early morning meeting on Tuesday by talking about Wilson. "He said, Once a Giant, always a Giant," Coughlin said. "He didnt want pity and I think that was a key. I related my feelings about David and his attitude. He actually helped me to understand it all better." Coughlin said that he had his concerns about Wilson, especially having the spinal fusion surgery last January. "There was always the possibility that he couldnt return," Coughlin said. "We were very concerned and very aware." But the Giants moved on without the former first-round pick. "Our running backs all did a good job," Coughlin said about the teams rushing attack in a 17-13 win against Buffalo in the Hall of Fame game on Sunday night. Rookie Andre Williams was the most impressive of the Giants rushers. The fourth-round pick from Boston College gained 48 yards on seven carries and had a touchdown against Buffalo. "Im not surprised at all," Coughlin said of Williams performance. "Its what we expected. Thats why we drafted him." 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