Oswaldo Arcia is not in Sunday's lineup due to a stomach bug.
Arcia revealed that he was throwing up Saturday's night. He should be fine after the All-Star break. Chris Parmelee is in right field Sunday in his place.
Jeff Bianchi is not in Sunday's lineup due to a sore right elbow.
Elian Herrera is making his first big league start at shortstop in Bianchi's place. Bianchi should be fine after the All-Star break.
Tyler Clippard has been added to the National League All-Star team.
It's not clear whose spot he's taking, but there are four NL starters Sunday that need to be replaced. There are others that are more deserving, but there's no doubt Clippard has had a great year, posting a 2.03 ERA with 53 strikeouts over 40 innings.
Matt Kemp is not in the Dodgers' lineup Sunday.
It's just a day off. Carl Crawford is getting the start in left field in Kemp's place.
Rockies optioned 1B/OF Kyle Parker to Triple-A Colorado Springs.
He's making room for Brett Anderson's return from the DL. Parker had just one hit in nine at-bats during his short stay with the big club.
Rockies activated LHP Brett Anderson from the 60-day disabled list.
Anderson will make his return to the Rockies' rotation on Sunday against the Twins after missing three months with a fractured left index finger. Fantasy owners should probably give him a start or two to knock the rust off.
White Sox released RHP Henry Rodriguez.
Rodriguez held a 21.60 ERA while walking eight over just 1 2/3 innings with Triple-A Charlotte after signing a minor league deal last month. He'll get another chance somewhere with his high-90s velocity, but Rodriguez is a long shot at this point to make it back to the majors this season.
Angels recalled INF/OF Grant Green from Triple-A Salt Lake.
Green has batted .324/.333/.419 in the majors this season but played sparingly during his last stint. It's unlikely that he'll come into much playing time this time around.