Hernan Perez went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer in Thursday's win over the Diamondbacks.
The D'Backs jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first, but Perez knotted things back up with a two-run blast in the third. He also added a pair of stolen bases, giving him 16 on the season. While he played shortstop Thursday, Perez has taken over as the Brewers' third baseman since the trade of Aaron Hill and has provided sneaky production this season. He's on pace for 10 homers and 26 stolen bases despite a relatively limited number of at-bats.
Mets SS prospect Amed Rosario has been placed on the disabled list at Double-A Binghamton with lower body soreness.
It's unclear how much time he'll miss. The Mets' top prospect has been lighting it up at Double-A, batting .354 with 16 RBI since his promotion last month. If all goes well, the 20-year-old could make his debut in 2017.
Yasmany Tomas went 2-for-4 with a two-RBI double in Thursday's loss to the Brewers.
Tomas' ground-rule double in the top of the first inning plated two and he later added a single in the seventh. The big outfielder has really been swinging a hot stick of late with 14 hits -- including four home runs -- over his last 36 at-bats.
MLB.com's Mark Bowman confirmed Julio Teheran (lat) will start Saturday against the Phillies.
Teheran had his turn pushed back a few days after leaving his last start with a strained lat but he recovered nicely from his side session and should see his usual workload on Saturday. The right-hander has been one of the few bright spots for Atlanta this year. He holds an elite 2.71 ERA over 20 outings this season.
Tyler Anderson held the Mets to one run over six innings Thursday, taking a no-decision in a 2-1 victory.
Anderson picked up five strikeouts while allowing seven hits and zero walks. He was in line to take a tough-luck loss before the Rockies rallied for a pair of runs in the ninth inning. Anderson has been the Rockies' most reliable starter since entering the rotation, putting up a 3.33 ERA and 1.28 WHIP over nine outings. He'll try to keep it going his next time out versus the Dodgers.
Carlos Estevez nailed down his 11th save of the season with a perfect ninth inning in Thursday's win over the Mets.
After Jeurys Familia blew a save in the top of the ninth, Estevez protected a one-run lead with ease in the bottom of the frame with a flyout, strikeout and groundout, throwing only eight pitches. Estevez is walking too many guys, but he's blown just one save chance in 12 tries since taking over the closing duties.
Casey Kelly is expected to start Sunday against the Phillies.
The Braves need someone to take the spot of Lucas Harrell, who was traded to Texas on Wednesday. Kelly made 10 appearances for the Braves earlier this year, collecting a 5.82 ERA while mostly working out of the bullpen. Aaron Blair is close to returning to the Braves' rotation so this might be the only start Casey gets.
Jacob deGrom tossed seven shutout innings but had to settle for a no-decision in Thursday's loss to the Rockies.
DeGrom gave up just five singles and a walk while recording six strikeouts. He surely had more left in the tank, having thrown just 97 pitches, but the Mets elected to pinch-hit for him when they had a scoring chance. DeGrom is now just 6-5 on the season in spite of a 2.65 ERA and 1.08 WHIP. He'll take on the Yankees the next time out.