Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday that Joe Panik (concussion) has "turned a corner" in his recovery.
Panik had a setback with his concussion symptoms just a couple days ago but apparently has made lots of recent progress. He's going to remain out of the lineup while on his rehab assignment for a few more days but has been cleared to resume baseball activities.
J.J. Hardy is not in the Orioles' lineup Sunday.
It appears to be a simple day off. Ryan Flaherty is at shortstop.
Franklin Gutierrez was scratched from Sunday's lineup with a sore neck.
Gutierrez is expected to be ready to go Tuesday after Monday's off day. The Mariners have Nelson Cruz in right field and Chris Iannetta in the designated hitter spot.
Mookie Betts (knee) remained out of the Red Sox' lineup Sunday.
He's missed two straight starts after departing Friday's contest with a sore right knee. The good news is Betts is expected to be available off the bench and is hoping to be back in the lineup Monday. Brock Holt is in right field and Bryce Brentz is in left Sunday.
David Ortiz is absent from the Red Sox' lineup Sunday.
It appears to be a routine day of rest. Hanley Ramirez is in the designated hitter spot, while Travis Shaw is at first base and Aaron Hill is covering third. Mookie Betts (knee) is also sitting out again.
Cubs activated RHP Joe Nathan from the 60-day disabled list.
Nathan has finished rehabbing from his second Tommy John surgery and will see if he has anything left in the tank for the Cubbies. The 41-year-old held a 4.81 ERA in 2014 in his last full season, although he did strike out nearly a batter per frame. Nathan allowed four runs and struck out nine over 9 1/3 innings while on a rehab assignment.
Cubs optioned RHP Adam Warren to Triple-A Iowa.
Warren has disappointed for the Cubs this season with a 5.91 ERA and 27/19 K/BB ratio over 35 innings. Joe Nathan has assumed his spot in the bullpen.
MLB.com's Scott Merkin reports that Chris Sale is not expected to be at the ballpark on Sunday.
Sale was scratched from Saturday's start and sent home after a run-in with the front office regarding throwback uniforms that he didn't want to wear. The White Sox have listed him as the scheduled starter on Thursday against the Cubs, although that could be tentative. Sale has also been mentioned as a trade candidate.