Jaff Decker (oblique) will play in a minor league game Sunday.
Decker hasn't played in a week due to a sore oblique. He's trying to win a bench spot but is running out of time to make a nice impression.
Khris Davis (quad) is playing in a minor league game Sunday.
Davis has dealt with a sore quad for a few days, but the A's have insisted that it's a minor injury. Assuming all goes well Sunday, he should be cleared to return to Cactus League games this week. Davis is coming off a breakout power season for Oakland that saw him pop 42 longballs.
Ben Zobrist (neck) is aiming to return to the lineup on Monday or Tuesday.
Zobrist hasn't played in a week because of a stiff neck. The Cubs are probably just playing things cautiously here, as a veteran like Zobrist doesn't need a ton of spring training at-bats.
Steven Souza (blister) played only defense in a minor league game Sunday.
Souza has dealt with a blister for a few days and isn't ready to swing a bat in a game yet. He'll probably be fine by Opening Day but obviously doesn't have a ton of time.
Rays placed RHP Kevin Gadea on the 60-day disabled list with right elbow tendinitis.
The Rays had been set to offer the Rule 5 pick back to the Mariners, but instead they'll stash him on the DL. The move clears a spot on the 40-man roster for the addition of Derek Norris.
Rays signed C Derek Norris to a one-year contract.
The deal was reported Friday and is now official. Norris will reportedly make under $2 million, with more available in incentives. He's also owed another $700,000 from the Nationals and will be under team control through 2018. Norris is coming off an awful season that saw him bat just .186/.255/.328, and he's also been dinged for his defense. However, the Rays are viewing him as an upgrade over Curt Casali and Luke Maile until Wilson Ramos (knee) is ready.
Brewers optioned LHP Brent Suter to Triple-A Colorado Springs.
He held a 4.00 ERA this spring over eight appearances. Suter had a solid 3.32 ERA over 21 2/3 frames for the Brewers last season and should get an opportunity again eventually as a starter or long reliever.
Francisco Cervelli was scratched from Sunday's lineup due to fatigue and "a little bit" of continued soreness in his right foot, according to Pirates general manager Neal Huntington.
Cervelli had some soreness in the foot during the second half last season and it's creeped up on him a bit this spring. It doesn't look to be overly concerning at this point, though.