Buster Posey is out of the Giants' starting lineup on Monday afternoon against the Brewers.
It's just a day of rest for Posey. Andrew Susac will catch Tim Lincecum and bat eighth at Miller Park.
Jason Heyward (hip) is in the Cardinals' starting lineup Monday versus the visiting Diamondbacks.
Heyward sat out Saturday and Sunday in Kansas City with some lingering tightness in his left hip. He's starting in right field and batting seventh on Memorial Day. Matt Holliday is in left and Peter Bourjos is in center.
Matt Holliday (arm) is back in the Cardinals' starting lineup on Monday against the Diamondbacks.
He'll bat third and start in left field after missing Sunday's game. Holliday took a pitch off his arm on Saturday in Kansas City, but he only suffered a bruise.
Carlos Gonzalez has been scratched from the Rockies' lineup for Monday's game against the Reds.
Gonzalez was penciled in as the Rockies' No. 3 hitter for their series opener at Great American Ball Park. No word yet on the reason for his sudden absence.
Miguel Montero is not in the Cubs' lineup Tuesday.
David Ross will start behind the plate for Cubs left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada in the afternoon opener against the Nationals. It's just a day of rest for Montero.
Kevin Gausman (shoulder) is scheduled to throw a two-inning simulated game on June 2.
Gausman first has to make it through a bullpen session Tuesday and a live batting practice session Friday. The right-hander has been on the disabled list since early May with shoulder tendinitis. It's not exactly clear what his role will be once he's deemed ready to pitch in major league games.
Pablo Sandoval (knee) is back in the Red Sox starting lineup on Monday afternoon against the Twins.
It'll be his first start since last Tuesday. Sandoval was limited to pinch-hitting duties for six days after taking a pitch off his left knee. He'll bat fifth and play third base in his return to action Monday.
Justin Morneau (concussion) did not accompany the Rockies on their road trip.
Colorado will play three games in Cincinnati and then three in Philadelphia before heading back home for a weekend set against the Rockies. Morneau could fly out and meet the club at some point, but there's no exact timetable. He was placed on the 7-day disabled list May 16 with a cervical strain and concussion symptoms.