Carter Capps was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Padres with right elbow stiffness.
The injury is believed to be minor, and the Marlins are listing the hard-throwing right-hander as day-to-day. He owns an outstanding 1.16 ERA, 0.81 WHIP and 58/7 K/BB ratio in just 31 innings on the season.
Kris Bryant left Sunday's game against the Brewers with an apparent injury to his head/neck area.
Bryant injured himself on a head-first slide into second base. He was able to walk off the field under his own power and looked to be OK, so perhaps the Cubs were just being cautious here. They should offer more on the third baseman's status later Sunday.
Indians SS prospect Ronny Rodriguez launched a pair of solo home runs Saturday in a win for Double-A Akron.
Rodriguez has hit .517 over his seven-game hitting streak with four homers and eight RBI. The 23-year-old seems to have turned a page. After hitting .247 in his first two seasons with Akron, Rodriguez has improved his average to .306 this year with career-highs in slugging (.565) and OPS (.887).
Athletics 3B prospect Renato Nunez belted four hits Saturday in a win for Double-A Midland.
He's raised his batting average from .258 to .270 over the last three games. The 21-year-old has crushed 62 homers since the start of 2013 including 14 this season. Nunez has done a much better job in the second half, hitting .328 with a .527 slugging percentage. He only hit .228 in 184 first half at-bats.
Nationals SS prospect Osvaldo Abreu collected four hits in Saturday's game for Low-A Hagerstown.
Saturday was his second four-hit game of the year. Abreu leads the South Atlantic League in doubles (30) and is fifth in runs scored (60). The 21-year-old has 24 steals on 34 attempts this season and is hitting .346 with a .500 slugging percentage since the All-Star break.
Sean Doolittle (shoulder) will throw a simulated game this week.
It's expected to be his final step before beginning a rehab assignment. Doolittle should need more than a few rehab outings given that he's been limited to just one appearance this season.
Coco Crisp (neck) is expected to be activated from the disabled list on Monday.
Crisp has been out since late May with his chronic neck injury. He had just two hits in 45 at-bats before going on the disabled list and is a poor bet to remain healthy over a long period of time. A's manager Bob Melvin did note that he plans to hit Crisp second, though, which helps make him an interesting gamble in deeper leagues.
Jered Weaver (hip) will make another rehab start with High-A Inland Empire on Tuesday.
Weaver threw 63 pitches while allowing one unearned run over 3 2/3 innings for Inland Empire last Thursday in his first rehab outing. Tuesday's rehab start should be his final one before rejoin the Angels' rotation. Cory Rasmus is making a start Sunday and should get another one after that before giving way to Weaver.