"He's working through the process," Scioscia said of Hanson. "He's been in contact with a lot of us, and hopefully he'll get through this tough situation and be ready to come back."
Hanson, 2-1 with a 3.86 ERA in his first five starts, also missed a start while on the bereavement list to deal with the same situation from April 22-28. There's no limit for how much time a player can be on the restricted list.
Enright pitched 3 1/3 innings and was charged with five earned runs, four of which came in a fourth inning he couldn't finish, during Friday's comeback win over the White Sox.
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