Daily Dose: Look At Yu

Daily Dose: Look At Yu
Nate Grimm recaps Yu Darvish's season debut, the Mets' trade for James Loney and Troy Tulowitzki hitting the DL in Sunday's Daily Dose.
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Aledmys Diaz is not in the Cardinals' lineup Sunday.

He's simply getting a day off. The Cards are also resting Yadier Molina, as they have Greg Garcia at shortstop and Eric Fryer behind the plate.
May 29 - 10:24 AM

Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe hears that the Rays would listen to trade offers for Matt Moore "in the type of deal that would bring back a major league player and a good minor league piece."

Cafardo was told that the Rays aren't anxious to deal from their rotation depth for a hitter but will consider it for the aforementioned package. Moore has been inconsistent this season, posting a 5.31 ERA and 1.47 WHIP. He remains an intriguing guy, though, and his contract is appealing with three club options totaling $26.5 million the next three years.
Source: Boston Globe
May 29 - 10:20 AM

Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports that Hector Santiago's name "has popped up as possible trade bait" if the Angels become sellers.

Santiago has been up and down this season, but he's affordable at $5 million and is under team control through 2017. The left-hander has put up a 4.58 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 43/21 K/BB ratio over 55 innings this season.
Source: Boston Globe
May 29 - 10:13 AM

Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe was told by a National League scout that Ryan Braun is "the hot name out there" on the trade market.

Braun is in the first year of a five-year, $105 million extension, but that no longer looks a deal-killer given that he's batting .351/.424/.583 with nine home runs this season. The scout told Cafardo that he thought the Astros, Cardinals, Red Sox, Phillies, Mets, Giants, and White Sox were potential landing spots for Braun.
Source: Boston Globe
May 29 - 10:10 AM

Rays manager Kevin Cash said Saturday that he would like to ease Brad Boxberger (abdomen) back into the closer role.

Boxberger will be activated from the disabled list on Monday, but it sounds like Alex Colome could stick in the ninth inning for a few more days. "(Boxberger) is going to get plenty of opportunities in the ninth inning," Cash said. "I don't know if it's the right thing to do to stick him in a 2-1 ball game the first time he comes out. If we can work him into some outings a little bit lower leverage, that would be ideal."
May 29 - 10:02 AM

Anthony DeSclafani (oblique) will make two more rehab starts with Triple-A Louisville before rejoining the Reds' rotation.

DeSclafani's next rehab start is slated for Monday. "He threw 37 (pitches) and will get up close to 60 next time and we’d like to get him close to 85 in the third outing," manager Bryan Price said. "Then we’ll reassess." DeSclafani has been out all season with a strained oblique, but he's nearing a return and is a worthy roster stash if he's available in your league.
May 29 - 9:50 AM

Jon Moscot (shoulder) will rejoin the Reds' rotation this week in Colorado.

Moscot threw six scoreless innings in his last rehab start, paving the way for his return. It's unclear at this point who he will replace in the Reds' rotation, but Daniel Wright would seem to be the most likely candidate. Moscot can be avoided in fantasy leagues.
May 29 - 9:48 AM

Brandon Workman (elbow) has been making appearances in extended spring training games.

Making his way back from Tommy John surgery, Workman will remain in extended spring until short-season Lowell opens their season on June 17. He could be an option for the Red Sox' bullpen at some point in the second half.
May 29 - 9:32 AM
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