Cardinals placed OF Randal Grichuk on the 15-day disabled list with a lower back strain.
It sounds like the backup outfielder should be ready to return as soon as he's eligible. Grichuk, 23, is 2-for-10 with a home run and two RBI on the season.
As expected, Garrett Richards (knee) will start Sunday afternoon against the Astros.
Richards tore his left patellar tendon last August. It's a welcome return, as the Angels' rotation entered Saturday with the fifth-highest ERA in the American League. Richards enjoyed a breakout season last year, compiling a 13-4 record, 2.61 ERA, and 1.04 WHIP over 26 starts. Expect more of the same in 2015.
Mitch Moreland (elbow) is not in the Rangers' starting lineup on Saturday night.
But he was able to take pregame batting practice, so that's a good early indication that he will be able to avoid minor elbow surgery. Shin-Soo Choo is serving as the designated hitter for Texas on Saturday against the Mariners and Carlos Peguero is in right field. Moreland can be considered day-to-day.
Court documents show Josh Hamilton has filed for divorce from his wife Katie in Tarrant County, Texas.
Hamilton filed for divorce in late February, around the same time reports surfaced of his latest drug relapse. Hamilton was able to avoid suspension from Major League Baseball, much to the chagrin of his own team. The Angels don't want to pay the underachieving 33-year-old outfielder and have been publicly feuding with him since the spring. He hasn't even been healthy enough to play thanks to a shoulder injury. Los Angeles' five-year deal with Hamilton is looking worse by the day.
Roberto Perez went 3-for-4 with a home run on Saturday, powering the Indians to a 4-2 victory over the Twins in Minnesota.
Perez took Twins starter Phil Hughes deep in the third inning to get the Indians on the board. He's being counted on to pick up the slack offensively with Yan Gomes sidelined and has responded by hitting .300/.318/.600. He's worth a look in two-catcher leagues for as long as he remains the starter.
Danny Salazar racked up 10 strikeouts over six innings as he defeated the Twins in his season debut on Saturday.
The young right-hander surrendered two runs on six hits and a pair of walks on the afternoon. The Indians are committed to keeping Salazar in the rotation and he showed a glimpse of why that is with this terrific start. He'll look to keep things rolling when he takes the ball against the Tigers in Detroit on Friday.
Kurt Suzuki belted his second home run of the season on Saturday but it wasn't enough for the Twins to overcome the Indians.
Suzuki tagged Indians' starter Danny Salazar for a solo blast in the seventh inning, cutting the deficit to 4-2, but that would be as close as the Twins would get. He finished the day 1-for-3 plus a walk and is now hitting .214/.313/.429 on the season.
Aaron Harang yielded three runs over six innings in a 5-3 win over the Nationals on Saturday.
Harang allowed seven hits (including a long home run to Bryce Harper) and a pair of walks to go along with six strikeouts. The game was tied after six innings, but Phillies scored in the top of the seventh to put him in line for the victory. The veteran right-hander has delivered quality starts in each of his first three turns this season and owns a 1.96 ERA and 15/5 K/BB ratio in 18 1/3 innings. He's not someone to target in mixed fantasy leagues, but he's giving the Phillies everything they were hoping for and then some.