Sean O'Sullivan will start on Sunday against the Angels.
He's getting the call over Aaron Wilkerson. O'Sullivan has posted a 7.94 ERA over three appearances -- two starts -- for the Red Sox this season and should be avoided as a streaming option even against a weak Halos lineup.
Keone Kela (elbow) will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Round Rock on Monday.
He'll then move to Double-A Frisco for one more appearance before being activated late next week. Kela has been out since late April following surgery to remove a bone spur from his right elbow.
Stephen Piscotty (foot) remained out of the Cardinals' lineup Friday.
The good news is he's available off the bench and should be back in there Saturday. Brandon Moss is in right field Friday.
Aledmys Diaz (eye) is back in the Cardinals' lineup Friday.
Diaz missed a few days of action after a pitch he foul-tipped bounced off the dirt and caught him above the eye. He's batting second and playing shortstop against Matt Garza and the Brewers.
Juan Lagares (thumb) will be activated from the disabled list no later than Sunday.
It's possible he could return Saturday, but Lagares is slated to start Sunday against Cubs lefty Jon Lester. The outfielder has missed the last two weeks with a sprained left thumb.
Marlins designated LHP Jo-Jo Reyes for assignment.
Reyes was only up for a couple days and allowed two runs over two innings in his lone appearance. He'll likely clear waivers and stick around in the organization.
Marlins optioned RHP Brian Ellington to Triple-A New Orleans.
He gets the boot despite allowing just one earned run while striking out a batter per inning over 11 1/3 frames. Ellington can hit 100 mph on the radar gun, but the Marlins would like him to work on his control.
Marlins recalled LHP Justin Nicolino from Triple-A New Orleans.
He'll start on Friday versus the Braves. Nicolino holds a 5.17 ERA over 10 starts this season and can be ignored for fantasy purposes.