Michael Cuddyer (hamstring) is not in the Rockies' lineup Friday.
Cuddyer expected to miss at least one game after leaving Thursday's contest with a left hamstring cramp. He should be back in there over the weekend. Charlie Blackmon is in right field Friday, with Drew Stubbs in center.
David Ortiz is not in the Red Sox' lineup Friday.
It's just a routine day of rest. Mike Napoli is in the DH spot Friday, with Mike Carp handling first base.
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said Friday that Nick Martinez is likely to be recalled to start on Tuesday in place of the injured Tanner Scheppers (elbow).
Martinez held his own in his major league debut earlier this month, allowing three runs over six frames against the Rays. He could be needed for more than one start, depending on when the Rangers bring Matt Harrison (back) back from the DL.
Rangers designated INF Andy Parrino for assignment.
The move was made in order to clear room on the 40-man roster for Aaron Poreda. Parrino will have the option of becoming a free agent if he clears waivers.
Rangers purchased the contract of LHP Aaron Poreda from Triple-A Round Rock.
It's been an interesting journey for Poreda. The former first-round pick hasn't appeared in the majors since 2009 and has been limited to 20 minor league innings over the last two-plus seasons due to Tommy John surgery. He's reportedly throwing hard again, but control has always been his issue.
Rangers placed RHP Tanner Scheppers on the 15-day disabled list with muscle inflammation in his right elbow.
The club is saying Scheppers' ligament is fine, as it's a muscular injury. That's obviously preferred, but it's not clear how long he might be sidelined. Nick Martinez is expected to be recalled to start on Tuesday in Scheppers' place.
Jonathan Lucroy is not in the Brewers' lineup Friday.
Martin Maldonado has caught Kyle Lohse's last few starts and will do so again Friday. Lucroy should be back in there Saturday.
Wilson Ramos (hand) took five light swings Friday.
It's the first time he's swung a bat since hamate bone surgery on April 2. Although Ramos said he didn't feel any pain, his left wrist remains weak (which is no surprise). He's expected back with the Nationals in mid-May.