The San Diego Padres have placed shortstop Luis Campusano on the 10-day list with a sore left thumb. The good news is that the team doesn’t expect to need all 10 days.

“The good news is that we don’t think anything will be delayed after the last 10 days.” Padres manager Mike Shields He spoke about Campusano before Saturday’s 4:15 p.m. first pitch. We were in that, ‘I can go tomorrow, not knowing what it’s like, not knowing how you’re going to recover.’ As we all know in this game, you can play with a regular guy for two days, but it’s hard not to have a backup.

“We also feel that if he should/could (play) but maybe he has some improvement.”

Camposano continued to play with an injured thumb while receiving a pitch from assistant Yuki Matsui on Thursday. He was uncomfortable swinging the bat on Friday and was scratched from the starting lineup before the first home game.

In a similar move, the Padres recalled Brett Sullivan from Triple-A El Paso. He is likely to start the game on Sunday afternoon.

Sullivan leads the Chihuahuas with 11 home runs and is hitting .282/.353/.546 in 54 games in the Pacific Coast League. However, he was 0-for-2 in the three big league games in which he appeared.