David Ross left Sunday's game in the second inning. He was involved in collision at the plate with Mike Cameron in the top of the inning. Ross went down hard and stayed down for a minute of two after the collision. But he remained in the game. He led off the Reds' second and singled. He was removed for a pinch-runner at that point. He complained of a head ache and concussion like symptoms. He was taken to Good Sam for a CT scan.
If Ross has to go the DL, my guess is we'll see Ryan Hanigan or Ryan Jorgensen up from Louisville. Chad Moeller was traded to Dodgers yesterday. Jorgensen played four games with Florida in 2005. Hanigan has not played in the majors.