Ichiro Suzuki is not in the Yankees' starting lineup on Tuesday night against the Orioles.
Curtis Granderson is starting in right field, Brett Gardner is in center and Vernon Wells is in left. At the moment, this is the Yankees' best bet for run production. Ichiro is hitting just .241/.280/.333 in 39 games.
Ryan Howard (knee) is back in the Phillies' starting lineup on Tuesday night.
Howard sat out Sunday and Monday due to a sore left knee, but a cortisone shot has apparently done the job. Still, the situation warrants monitoring.
Rickie Weeks is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Dodgers.
Just a day off for the struggling Weeks. Jeff Bianchi will start at second base and bat eighth against Zack Greinke.
Nick Swisher is out of Tuesday's lineup against the Tigers due to family reasons.
No word on when he'll be ready to return. Drew Stubbs will start in right field Tuesday while Jason Giambi serves as the DH and Mark Reynolds plays first base.
Andrew McCutchen (knee) is back in Tuesday's lineup against the Cubs.
McCutchen was scratched from Sunday's lineup due to right knee soreness, but it was never a major concern. He should be fine moving forward.
Starling Marte is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Cubs.
He's just getting the day off. Jose Tabata will make the start in left field while Garret Jones plays right. Gaby Sanchez is at first base.
Zack Cozart (illness) is back in Tuesday's lineup.
Cozart sat out Sunday and Monday due to illness, but he's ready to give it a go. The 27-year-old is hitting just .206/.233/.338 with five home runs, 20 RBI an a .570 OPS in 39 games this year.
Shin-Soo Choo is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Mets.
He'll get a day off with left-hander Jon Niese on the hill for New York. Derrick Robinson will play center field and bat leadoff.