Curtis Granderson (ribs) remained out of the Mets' lineup Wednesday.
Granderson banged his ribs, forearm and knee when he collided with the wall during Monday's game. He's now missed two straight starts, but with the off day Thursday he has a shot to be back in there Friday. Andrew Brown is handling right field Wednesday. Travis d'Arnaud is also getting a day off Wednesday, with Anthony Recker filling in at catcher.
Wednesday's game between the Blue Jays and Twins has been postponed due to inclement weather.
They're expecting a few inches of snow in Minneapolis Wednesday, so they went ahead and banged the game well before first pitch. The weather is supposed to be much better Thursday, when a split doubleheader will now be on the docket. Wednesday's scheduled starters, R.A. Dickey and Mike Pelfrey, will presumably just be pushed back a day.
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said Wednesday that Brad Peacock or Jerome Williams would likely take Lucas Harrell's spot in the rotation.
Harrell was designated for assignment after another brutal outing Tuesday. Neither Peacock nor Williams has looked good in the early going, with Peacock holding a 6.00 ERA over three relief appearances and Williams posting a 7.71 mark over four relief outings. Harrell's rotation spot will come up again on Sunday.
Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports that Logan Morrison (hamstring) could be headed to the disabled list.
The Mariners are calling up Nick Franklin, and Divish sees a Morrison DL stint as the most logical corresponding move. LoMo injured his right hamstring in Monday's game and according to Divish had it "heavily bandaged" Tuesday. The 26-year-old is batting just .150/.227/.150 with no homers and no RBI in eight games so far this season.
MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports that Tom Gorzelanny (shoulder) had "a little setback" last week but is "back on track."
Gorzelanny is still working his way back from offseason shoulder surgery. He's expected to miss most, if not all, of April.
Reds manager Bryan Price said Wednesday that Aroldis Chapman (head) could throw live batting practice before the end of the team's upcoming road trip.
The road trip concludes on April 27. Chapman threw his first bullpen session since surgery on Monday and came out of it feeling "great." While the closer's rehab is going well, he still isn't expected back until mid-to-late May.
Astros activated RHP Scott Feldman from the bereavement list.
Feldman was away from the club for a few days after the passing of his father. His next start will come on Thursday against the Royals.
Astros purchased the contract of OF George Springer from Triple-A Oklahoma City.
News broke late Tuesday night that Springer was getting a promotion, and now the move is official. The top prospect has hit .353 with three homers, nine RBI and four stolen bases in his first 13 contests for Oklahoma City this season after batting .303/.411/.600 with 37 longballs and 45 steals last year. He'll play every day -- likely in right field -- and needs to be owned in all fantasy formats.