Chris Sale was given a five-game suspension for his role in Thursday's altercation with the Royals.
It will only cause the White Sox to push his next start back one day, provided he doesn't appeal.
Trevor Bauer was scratched from his scheduled start on Saturday due to illness.
T.J. House, who had been scheduled to go Sunday, will start in his place against the Tigers. Bauer could work on Sunday if he's feeling better.
Jeff Samardzija was handed a five-game suspension for his participation in Thursday's brawl with the Royals.
As a starting pitcher, this won't affect his fantasy value much, he will simply have a start pushed back an extra day.
Kelvin Herrera was given a two-game suspension for his role in Thursday's altercation with the White Sox.
Herrera is already appealing a five-game ban for his throwing at Brett Lawrie last week, so it's possible he appeals this one as well
Lorenzo Cain was given a two-game suspension for participating in Thursday's brawl with the White Sox.
It's unclear if Cain will appeal his suspension or begin serving immediately. Jarrod Dyson could see additional playing time in Cain's absence.
Edinson Volquez was suspended five games for his role in Thursday's altercation with the White Sox.
Volquez attempted to land a punch on an unsuspecting White Sox player during the fracas. He'll have his next start pushed back a day, otherwise the suspension won't affect his fantasy value.
Yordano Ventura was suspended seven games for his role in Thursday's altercation with the White Sox.
This doesn't come as a surprise as Ventura appeared to instigate the brawl by shouting obscenities at Adam Eaton. He will miss one start and have another delayed a few days now.
Athletics designated LHP Eury De La Rosa for assignment.
The southpaw was unable to crack the talented A's bullpen out of spring training and is now exposed to waivers to create room on the roster for Max Muncy. There's a chance a team looking for bullpen depth could roll the dice here.