ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Angels have placed catcher Bobby Wilson on the seven-day concussion DL and recalled catcher Hank Conger from Triple-A Salt Lake.

Wilson started 27 of the Angels’ first 56 games prior to Tuesday night’s contest against Seattle, and had only 13 hits and one RBI in 76 at-bats before he was struck in the facemask by a foul tip off the bat of the Mariners’ Munenori Kawasaki and was removed from Monday’s game.

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The Angels now have two catchers on the DL, including Chris Iannetta, who is out with a broken right pinky.

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Wilson went on the 15-day DL in April 2010 with a concussion after a bone-jarring collision with the Yankees’ Mark Teixeira at home plate — a play that also resulted in a sprained left ankle.

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Conger, who has spent parts of the previous two seasons with the big club, started on Tuesday night.