HOUSTON, TX - The Houston Astros announced today that the club has placed third baseman Morgan Ensberg on the 15-day Disabled List with a right shoulder contusion, retroactive to July 10. To take Ensbergs place on the 25-man roster, the Astros have recalled outfielder Luke Scott from Triple A Round Rock. The announcement was made by General Manager Tim Purpura. Ensberg, 30, is batting .236 (65x276) this season with 19 home runs and 44 RBI. He ranks third in the National League with 68 walks, and he ranks second among all NL third basemen in home runs and sixth in slugging (.500). He posted a career-long, 10-game hitting streak from April 13-23. Ensberg holds a career .272 (473x1737) average with 93 home runs and 290 RBI. Scott, 28, is batting .299 (95x318) for Round Rock this season with a Pacific Coast League-leading 20 home runs and 63 RBI (second in the PCL). He batted .360 (36x100) in June with six home runs and 19 RBI, and he is batting .324 (33x102) vs. left-handed pitchers this season. Scott was named a Triple A All-Star and started in left field (0x2) for the PCL in the game yesterday in Toledo, Ohio. This season marked his second on the Astros 40-man roster. He started in left field on Opening Day in 2005 and played in 34 games for the Astros last year (.188, 6x80).