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Mets recalled OF Brandon Nimmo from Triple-A Las Vegas.

Beat writer Adam Rubin of ESPN.com believes the Mets are sending someone to the disabled list, though it doesn't appear to be Yoenis Cespedes (quad) or Jose Reyes (intercostal). Nimmo hit .389 in nine games for Las Vegas after his demotion. Cespedes has been limited to playing left field since his quad injury, so Nimmo will likely see most of his time in center.
Jul 28 - 9:11 PM

Red Sox manager John Farrell said he hasn't considered skipping Steven Wright's turn in the rotation despite his struggles with humid weather conditions.

Wright admitted he has a hard time gripping the ball when the weather is wet or sticky. That may explain his disappointing 6.37 ERA in the month of July. However, Farrell has no plans to sit the knuckleballer, nor should he. Wright has easily been Boston's best starter this year with 12 wins and a 3.12 ERA. The 31-year-old's next start is scheduled for Sunday against the Angels.
Jul 28 - 8:54 PM

Chris Young (hamstring) and Josh Rutledge (knee) could begin rehab assignments when the Red Sox return from their 11-game road trip.

They'll be back home on August 8, so Young and Rutledge are still at least a week and a half away from playing in rehab games. Young will slide into a left field platoon with Brock Holt upon his return. Rutledge's role is more uncertain now that Aaron Hill has taken over as Boston's utility infielder.
Jul 28 - 8:43 PM

MLB.com's Joe Frisaro mentioned Andrew Cashner as one of several pitchers tied to the Marlins in recent trade discussions.

Per Frisaro, the Fish are also after Seattle left-hander Wade Miley and Phillies right-hander Jeremy Hellickson. The rebuilding Padres have already traded away James Shields, Drew Pomeranz, Fernando Rodney and Melvin Upton and it looks like Cashner might be the next to go. The Orioles are also in the hunt for Cashner, who is 4-7 with a 4.76 ERA in 16 starts this season.
Jul 28 - 8:30 PM

Hunter Pence (hamstring) could return as early as Saturday.

Pence suffered a minor setback early in his rehab assignment but has rebounded quickly by hitting home runs in three of his last five contests. The 33-year-old was having a solid year before his hamstring surgery, batting .298 with seven jacks and 36 RBI over 181 at-bats. Mac Williamson will probably head back to the minors when Pence is activated.
Jul 28 - 8:11 PM

The Blue Jays and Rockies have had trade discussions about Boone Logan.

The Blue Jays have put an emphasis on improving their bullpen by adding veterans Jason Grilli and Joaquin Benoit and now they have their sights set on Logan. Toronto's primary lefty out of the bullpen has been Brett Cecil, who is 0-6 with a 6.00 ERA. Logan has pitched to a solid 2.48 ERA over 43 appearances this year. The Giants have also checked in on the 31-year-old left-hander.
Jul 28 - 7:38 PM

According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the Nationals have scouted David Robertson and Wade Davis.

The Red Sox and Dodgers have also shown interest in Davis, though this is the first we've heard of anyone checking in on Robertson. The White Sox hurler has a strong track record but has fallen apart this month with a 9.39 ERA over 7 2/3 innings. The Nationals are looking to upgrade on struggling veteran Jonathan Papelbon in the ninth inning. They were one of several teams pursuing Aroldis Chapman before he landed with the Cubs.
Jul 28 - 7:28 PM

Giants purchased the contract of LHP Matt Reynolds from Triple-A Sacramento.

He'll take the roster spot left by Josh Osich, who was placed on the disabled list with a strained forearm. Reynolds earned his promotion by tossing 10 1/3 scoreless innings between Sacramento and Double-A Richmond. He last pitched in the major leagues with Arizona, compiling a 4.61 ERA over 18 relief outings in 2015.
Jul 28 - 7:21 PM
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