Evan Longoria had three hits and two runs scored in Friday's win over the Yankees.
Longoria reached base in all five of his plate appearances. In addition to three singles, he drew a walk and was hit by a pitch. The 28-year-old has just one home run through 17 games, but he's hitting .333 with a .408 on-base percentage.
Scott Sizemore had a three-run double and a run scored in Friday's loss to the Rays.
Sizemore made his first major league start at first base on Thursday, but he was back at third base for Friday's game. It looks like the Yankees will mix him in against left-handers, so there's a good chance he'll be in the lineup Sunday against Cesar Ramos. He could be worth a temporary look in AL-only leagues.
Yankees recalled RHP Matt Daley from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
The 31-year-old hurler owned a 5.40 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and impressive 13/1 K/BB ratio through his first five innings at Triple-A. He'll function as additional depth in middle relief for the Bombers.
Phillies recalled RHP Shawn Camp from Triple-A Lehigh Valley
Camp takes the spot of Jonathan Pettibone on the active roster, who was demoted to Triple-A after a lousy start against the Rockies on Friday. The 38-year-old Camp appeared in five games in at Lehigh Valley, posting a 3.00 ERA, 2.00 WHIP and 4/3 K/BB ratio in six innings. He'll work in middle relief.
Phillies optioned RHP Jonathan Pettibone to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
This comes in the wake of Friday's disastrous start against the Rockies where he allowed eight runs on nine hits in his four innings of work. With Cole Hamels set to rejoin the rotation this week, Pettibone will continue to function as organizational depth in the minor leagues.
Yankees designated LHP Cesar Cabral for assignment.
Not an unsurprising move after completely losing his control and hitting three batters in the eighth inning of Friday's loss to the Rays. While it's possible he'll generate some interest on waivers, the most likely scenario is that he returns to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre where he'll attempt to get back on track.
Jonathan Schoop was 4-for-5 with two RBI and a run scored in Friday's 8-4 win over the Red Sox.
The four hits were a career-high and included a pair of RBI doubles. The big night pulled his batting average up from .244 to .304. The 22-year-old has swung the bat better in recent days, so he's making a case to stick around even after Manny Machado (knee) comes off the disabled list.
Darren O'Day recorded four outs against the Red Sox on Friday for his first save of the season.
O'Day relieved Brian Matusz for the final out of the eighth inning and worked around a one-out walk for a scoreless ninth inning. The Orioles were up by four runs in the bottom of the ninth, so O's closer Tommy Hunter wouldn't have been eligible for the save if he pitched. O'Day now has six scoreless outings to begin the year.