Mariners OF prospect Alex Jackson hammered his first home run of the season Tuesday in a win for Low-A Everett.
Jackson hadn't homered since July 18 of last year. The 19-year-old hurt his shoulder in May and spent about a month in extended spring training before resurfacing with Everett. In his first 11 games back, he's hit .282 with four extra-base hits. Jackson is No. 22 on MLB.com's list of top prospects.
Matt Wieters is not in the Orioles' lineup Wednesday.
Wieters remains unable to catch on back-to-back days. Joseph is behind the dish.
Braves 1B prospect Matt Tellor plated seven runs Tuesday in a loss for Low-A Rome.
He smacked a grand slam in the third inning and followed that up with a bases-clearing double in the eighth. 12 of Tellor's 21 RBI this year have come with the bases load. Even after Tuesday's outburst, Tellor is still hitting just .177 with a .266 slugging percentage.
Angels optioned RHP Cam Bedrosian to Triple-A Salt Lake.
Bedrosian had allowed four earned runs over his last four appearances and has walked 10 over 15 2/3 relief frames with the big club this season. He should get another shot at some point.
Angels activated RHP Mike Morin from the 15-day disabled list.
Morin missed the last month with a strained left oblique. He'll return to a setup role.
Yan Gomes is not in the Indians' lineup Wednesday.
It's just a routine day of rest. Roberto Perez is catching with Gomes out.
Francisco Lindor is not in the Indians' lineup Wednesday.
It looks to be a simple day off. Mike Aviles is at second base with Lindor on the bench.
Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto has announced that he has resigned from his position.
Owner Arte Moreno and president John Carpino made a last-ditch effort to try and keep Dipoto around, but it didn't work. Dipoto's relationship with manager Mike Scioscia has become frayed enough to this point that it didn't make sense to stick around. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reported previously that assistant general manager Matt Klentak is expected to be promoted to take Dipoto's vacated spot.