Yadier Molina (knee) is not in the Cardinals starting lineup on Saturday.
Molina was removed from Friday night's game against the Brewers after taking a foul ball off his knee. Tony Cruz will start behind the dish and bat eighth for the Cardinals on Saturday. Look for Molina to return on Sunday.
Michael Saunders is starting in right field and hitting seventh in the Blue Jays lineup against the Rays on Saturday.
It's Saunders' first game as a member of the Blue Jays. He draws a dream matchup against Erasmo Ramirez in this outing and should be targeted in all daily leagues where he's available.
Brett Lawrie is not in the Athletics starting lineup for Saturday's contest against the Astros.
Max Muncy, who had his contract purchased on Saturday, will be making his major league debut and starting in his place at third base. Expect Lawrie to return to the hot corner on Sunday.
Jesse Hahn (blister) will throw a bullpen on Sunday or Monday to determine if he's able to return to the Athletics rotation on Wednesday.
He was scratched from his scheduled start on Thursday due to the blister issue, which has improved in recent days. If Hahn is unable to go, Jesse Chavez seems likely to take another turn through the rotation.
Rays designated 1B Allan Dykstra for assignment.
Dykstra is the odd man out with James Loney back in the fold, and his 40-man roster spot was needed for Everett Teaford who had his contract selected on Saturday. If he passes through waivers unclaimed, Dykstra will continue to function as organizational depth for the Rays.
Rays purchased the contract of LHP Everett Teaford from Triple-A Durham.
Teaford will ad depth to the Rays bullpen, and with Erasmo Ramirez scheduled to pitch against the Blue Jays on Saturday their depth will surely be tested. The 30-year-old posted a 4.20 ERA and 1.47 WHIP in 15 innings at Triple-A.
Max Scherzer (thumb) had his scheduled bullpen session pushed back until Sunday.
He is still dealing with swelling in his thumb. If he is unable to throw Sunday, his scheduled start on Tuesday could be in question.
James Loney is not in the Rays lineup on Saturday.
He's being eased back into action so he will take a seat against opposing southpaw Daniel Norris. Logan Forsythe will start in his place at first base.