Mets released INF Danny Muno.
Muno, who appeared in 17 games with the Mets last season, was batting .239/.391/.318 in 110 plate appearances in Triple-A this season. The 27-year-old will attempt to latch on elsewhere.
Red Sox recalled RHP Pat Light from Triple-A Pawtucket.
He'll take Eduardo Rodriguez's place on the active roster. Light made one appearance for the Red Sox in April and owns a 2.05 ERA and 32/13 K/BB ratio over 26 1/3 innings in Triple-A this season.
Chad Kuhl is lined up to start Saturday against the Athletics.
The Pirates have an off-day on Thursday, so there was some question about how the rotation would shake out, but they'll continue to use the same order for now. Kuhl beat Clayton Kershaw in his major league debut Sunday after allowing three runs over five innings.
Tommy La Stella (hamstring) went 2-for-3 with a two-run homer and a single Monday in his first minor league rehab game with Triple-A Iowa.
La Stella has been sidelined since June 7 with a right hamstring strain, but he could be ready to rejoin the Cubs within days. The 27-year-old has been a productive bench player this season, batting .291/.378/.494 over 38 games.
Gordon Beckham (hamstring) went 0-for-3 in a minor league rehab game with the GCL Braves on Monday.
Beckham has been sidelined since June 1 with a left hamstring strain. Braves interim manger Brian Snitker said Monday that he's about a week away.
Homer Bailey (elbow) resumed his minor league rehab assignment Monday with Triple-A Louisville and gave up two runs on three hits over one inning.
Bailey was expected to pitch two innings, but he needed 25 pitches to get through the first inning. Obviously not the results the Reds had in mind, but the most important thing is that he's back in game action. Bailey has been sidelined since the end of April due to soreness in his surgically-repaired elbow.
Nationals purchased the contract of RHP Lucas Giolito from Double-A Harrisburg.
Giolito will skip Triple-A and make his major league debut Tuesday against the Mets. The Nationals haven't committed to him beyond this start, but he has the talent and ability to run away with the opportunity. Armed with a mid-to-high 90s fastball and a power curveball, the 21-year-old had a 3.17 ERA and 72/34 K/BB ratio in 71 innings over 14 starts this season in Double-A. His control can be an issue at times, but he needs to be owned in most fantasy leagues.
Paul Goldschmidt is now represented by Excel Sports Management.
Goldschmidt left ISE Baseball, which was formerly called Relativity Sports. The 28-year-old is signed to a team-friendly deal through 2018 with an affordable club option for 2019, so his contract status isn't an immediate concern.