Brandon Guyer (hamstring) could be activated from the disabled list on Wednesday.
Guyer is 0-for-8 over two rehab games with High-A Charlotte. He played left field Monday for the first time since his hamstring injury. The plan calls for him to be evaluated Tuesday to see if he's ready to rejoin the Rays or needs another rehab game.
Ben Zobrist is 2-for-23 (.087) over his last seven games.
His average has tumbled from .316 to .295 in the process. Zobrist was held out of Saturday's lineup with a bruised left ankle, but he has been in there for the last two games.
Justin Smoak (knee) fouled out as a pinch-hitter Monday against the Rockies.
Smoak has been held out of action since last Wednesday with left knee soreness. That he was able to pinch-hit indicates that he's close to returning to the lineup.
Jason Kipnis (general soreness) went 1-for-5 with a solo homer in his return to the lineup Monday versus the Braves.
Kipnis got the day off Sunday after leaving Saturday's game with general soreness. It shouldn't be a lingering issue.
Jordy Mercer (head) went 0-for-3 with two walks Monday in his return to the lineup against the Dodgers.
Mercer left Sunday's game with head and right ear discomfort after sliding into second base to break up a double play, but fortunately he avoided serious injury. He should be good to go moving forward.
Gregory Polanco (leg) struck out as a pinch-hitter Monday versus the Dodgers.
Polanco has been held out of the starting lineup for the past three games while battling left leg discomfort. Consider him day-to-day.
Brandon McCarthy (elbow) allowed four runs over five innings Monday with High-A Rancho Cucamonga in his latest minor league rehab start.
McCarthy gave up seven hits while walking none and striking out three. He got stretched out to 72 pitches. It's unclear what the next step will be, but the Dodgers haven't ruled out his return prior to the All-Star break. McCarthy is rehabbing from April 2015 Tommy John surgery.
Chi Chi Gonzalez gave up five runs on 10 hits and two walks over five frames but escaped with a no-decision in Monday's 9-6 win over the Yankees.
He needed 87 pitches to cover the five innings, striking out just two batters. Gonzalez was up for a start with the Rangers dealing with multiple injuries to their rotation. He could get another shot this weekend in Minnesota but can be ignored for fantasy purposes.