Chris Sale will start on Sunday against the Royals.
The White Sox had initially planned to push Sale back to Monday following Thursday's rainout, but manager Robin Ventura changed his mind. Mat Latos will be pushed back from Sunday to Tuesday and Jose Quintana will stay on turn Monday.
Justin Upton (quad) is back in the Tigers' lineup Friday.
Upton hasn't played since Sunday due to tightness in his right quad. He's in left field and batting sixth versus Sean Manaea and the Athletics.
Ian Kinsler (flu) is back in the Tigers' lineup Friday.
Kinsler missed a couple days of action while he was under the weather. He's at second base and leading off against the A's.
Royals manager Ned Yost said Friday that when Chris Young (forearm) returns from the disabled list, it will be as a reliever.
He could be activated as soon as this weekend. Yost did at that he expects Young to eventually rejoin the rotation, but for now he'll be used in long relief.
Eduardo Rodriguez (knee) will be activated from the disabled list to make his season debut on Tuesday in Baltimore.
Clay Buchholz is headed to the bullpen. Rodriguez had a mini-setback with his right knee last week, but he returned to throw seven innings of one-run ball for Triple-A Pawtucket on Tuesday. Fantasy owners should probably give him a start or two to get his feet wet.
Red Sox manager John Farrell announced Friday that Clay Buchholz has been moved to the bullpen.
Buchholz was tagged for six runs on Thursday in another poor showing that pushed his ERA up to 6.35, so the move comes as no surprise. Eduardo Rodriguez (knee) will come off the disabled list to start in his place on Tuesday. Buchholz should get another shot in the Red Sox' rotation eventually, but for now he'll be used in long relief.
Brandon Belt (ankle) remained out of the Giants' lineup Friday.
Belt hasn't played since spraining his left ankle on a slide Wednesday. He's considered day-to-day. The Giants have Buster Posey at first base and Trevor Brown at catcher Friday.
Hunter Pence (hamstring) remained out of the Giants' lineup Friday.
Pence has been limited to a couple pinch-hitting opportunities over the last week due to a sore right hamstring. Jarrett Parker is filling in in right field.