Astros released RHP Francisco Cordero.
Francisco Cordero is experiencing a "cranky" shoulder.
Francisco Cordero (toe) hopes to throw off a mound on Wednesday.
Francisco Cordero (toe) has thrown from flat ground and is hoping to work from a mound within the next week.
Francisco Cordero has been diagnosed with a sprained ligament in his toe and is now in a walking boot.
Francisco Cordero will have his right foot examined by a Houston doctor this week.
Astros placed RHP Francisco Cordero on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to August 2, with toe inflammation.
Francisco Cordero (toe) retired the two batters he faced in a relief appearance Sunday.
Francisco Cordero (toe) was available out of the bullpen Saturday.
Francisco Cordero is unavailable Friday due to a toe injury.
Francisco Cordero is unavailable Thursday against the Pirates.
Francisco Cordero blew his second save in as many chances as an Astro in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Reds, allowing three runs on two hits and a walk while recording only two outs.
Francisco Cordero's debut as the Astros closer didn't go so well on Tuesday, as he surrendered three runs on three hits in just 2/3 of an inning.
With Brett Myers traded to the White Sox, Francisco Cordero will take over as the Astros' full-time closer.