allowing a whopping five runs on four hits

The Toronto Blue Jays have placed right handed pitcher Danny Barnes on the 10 day disabled list and have recalled left hander Matt Dermody from Triple A Buffalo, the team announced Tuesday.

Barnes is dealing with a right shoulder impingement.

The 27 year old has been a key cog in the Blue Jays’ bullpen this season, appearing in 37 games of relief and pitching to the tune of a 3.09 ERA. Over 43.2 innings of work Brett Cecil Jersey, Barnes has allowed just 30 hits while issuing 14 walks for an impressive WHIP of 1.008. He has also struck out 47 batters.

This is Barnes’ first full season with Toronto. Last year, he pitched in 12 games out of the bullpen and recorded a 3.95 ERA while surrendering 14 hits in 13.2 frames of action.

Barnes, who   played his college baseball at Princeton University, was originally selected by the Blue Jays in the 35th round of the 2010 MLB June Amateur Draft.

The 27 year old Dermody has made just one appearance with Toronto’s major league club this season, allowing a whopping five runs on four hits and three home runs in 1/3 of an inning.

At Triple A Buffalo, the lefty has pitched in 32 games, going 5 1 with a 3.29 ERA across 41 innings. He has given up 47 hits while recording 37 strikeouts.

Dermody, who attended the University of Iowa, was drafted on four separate occasions by different teams. He failed to sign the first three times, but finally inked a deal with the Blue Jays after Toronto selected him in the 28th round of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft.

The Blue Jays are currently 45 54 and sit nine games behind the Boston Red Sox for first place in the American League East.