Miguel Cabrera (groin) ran and took batting practice Friday.
Barring a setback, Cabrera should be good to go on Tuesday when he's first eligible. It's just the second time in his career that the slugger has been on the disabled list.
A.J. Griffin (gout) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Round Rock on Friday.
He should need just the one outing before rejoining the Rangers' rotation. Nick Martinez is drawing another start in Griffin's place Friday.
Jose Altuve (head, shoulder) is back in the Astros' lineup.
Altuve missed two starts following Tuesday's collision with Teoscar Hernandez, but he had a pinch-hit single Thursday and is back in there at second base and in the No. 3 hole Friday. He's hitting .321/.393/.449 on the season.
George Springer (hamstring) is back in the Astros' lineup Friday.
Jose Altuve (head, shoulder) is back in there, as well, as the Astros are at full strength versus Jharel Cotton and the A's. Evan Gattis is catching over Brian McCann in this one.
Noah Syndergaard (biceps) is expected to start Sunday versus the Nationals after getting through a throwing session Friday with no issues.
"My arm feels great," Syndergaard said Friday. "I should have thrown yesterday." Syndergaard's fantasy owners were worried after he had to be scratched from Thursday's start due to biceps tendinitis, and especially after he admitted that it was hard for him to lift his arm above his shoulder. However, he's apparently made a quick recovery. The Mets won't officially clear him for Sunday until they see how he feels Saturday. Sean Gilmartin is on standby just in case.
Dodgers signed INF/OF Max Muncy to a minor league contract.
Muncy was removed from the A's 40-man roster over the winter and evidently must have been released by them subsequently. He'll provide depth for the Dodgers at a few positions.
ByungHo Park (hamstring) played five innings in an extended spring training game Friday.
He should rejoin Triple-A Rochester before long. With Robbie Grossman (.286/.437/.411) and Kennys Vargas (.308/.400/.538) faring well, Park figures to remain at Rochester a while.
Noah Syndergaard (biceps) will play catch Friday.
The Mets are holding out hope that Syndergaard will be ready to start on Sunday, but it will depend on how he feels throwing Friday and also the day after on Saturday. If Thor's biceps tendinitis keeps him from taking the ball on Sunday, Sean Gilmartin will start.