Trayce Thompson (back) is available off of the Dodgers bench on Sunday night.
Thompson was forced to leave Saturday night's game due to soreness in his lower back. He was able to take swings in batting practice without issue though, and will be at manager Dave Roberts' disposal on Sunday.
Brandon Moss went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's loss to the Nationals.
Moss worked over a Stephen Strasburg pitch for a solo home run in the fourth inning. At the time, it gave the Cardinals a 1-0 lead. The Nationals would score three times in the bottom of the frame to take the advantage, one which they wouldn't relinquish on their way to a 10-2 win. For the season, Moss is slashing .222/.322/.484 with nine homers and 24 RBI across 126 at-bats. He makes for a nice fantasy power option, but that comes with a decided deficit in terms of average.
Yunel Escobar is considered day-to-day after being diagnosed with a bruised right wrist.
Escobar was lifted from Sunday's game against the Astros after injuring his wrist while diving for a ball. Angels fans and fantasy owners alike can breathe a sigh of relief though the it's nothing serious and Escobar should return to the Angels lineup in a day or two.
Kenta Maeda said Sunday that his hand is feeling much better and he plans to make his scheduled start on Thursday.
Maeda was drilled by a comebacker on Saturday, but was able to remain in the game and post-game X-rays came back negative. The 28-year-old owns a 3.00 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 51/17 K/BB ratio across 57 innings in his 10 starts this season.
Stephen Strasburg bumped his record to 9-0 in Sunday's 10-2 win over the Cardinals, allowing one run on six hits over six innings.
Strasburg struck out 11 in his last start, but fell back to earth with just four of them on Sunday. A solo home run by Brandon Moss in the fourth inning accounted for the totality of the scoring on the ace right-hander's line. Strasburg is in the midst of his best major league season to date and will carry a 2.69 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 90/20 K/BB ratio (73 2/3 innings) into a road start against the Reds in his next scheduled start.
Michael Wacha turned in a quality start in Sunday's loss to the Nationals, surrendering three runs on four hits over six innings.
The Nationals scored their runs off Wacha courtesy of an RBI single by Bryce Harper and a two-run single by Anthony Rendon in the fourth inning. This was by no means a magnificent outing by Wacha, but it was at least a slight step forward from his recent work. The 24-year-old right-hander entered Sunday's game having allowed 18 runs over his last three starts (15 innings). He will look to continue to improve by degrees in a home start against the Giants next time he takes the mound.
Mark Trumbo went 1-for-4 with a three-run double in Sunday's win over the Indians.
Trumbo jumped the Orioles to an early 3-0 lead when he stepped up with the bases loaded and cleared them with a double off Mike Clevinger in the first inning. It would be his only hit on the afternoon. The 30-year-old outfielder boasts a dazzling .293/.341/.581 triple-slash with 15 homers and 37 RBI. He has picked up five RBI over his last three games.
Mike Napoli went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in Sunday's loss to the Orioles.
Napoli unloaded for a two-run home run off Chris Tillman in the fourth inning. The tater was his 10th of the season. In addition to the 10 long balls, he has driven in 35 runs while hitting to a .233/.305/.471 triple-slash across 172 at-bats. So long as the veteran slugger can stay healthy, the power and RBI production should be there all season.