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The Dodgers are planning on having Clayton Kershaw (back) make a rehab start on Saturday.

Kershaw used all of his pitches in today's simulated game, indicating that he could be ready to start in the majors this weekend. The Dodgers, though, have no reason to take any chances with him, and pitching him in a minor league game in which he won't have to hit and might not be as tempted to try any challenging plays on defense seems like the smart play. He'll throw 60 pitches Saturday and then perhaps start for the Dodgers on Sept. 1.
Aug 21 - 3:55 PM

Drew Pomeranz (back) said he's ready to pitch Wednesday after throwing his regular between-outings bullpen session Monday.

Barring some sort of setback, Pomeranz will face the Indians on Wednesday.
Aug 21 - 3:50 PM

Diamondbacks recalled RHP Matt Koch from Triple-A Reno.

Koch entered the year as the seventh or eighth starter on Arizona's depth chart, but he got hurt in his first very first Triple-A outing and he's struggled mightily since returning, giving up 37 runs over 33 innings for Reno. He's just up to serve as a fresh arm for the pen, and he'll probably head right back to Triple-A soon.
Aug 21 - 3:33 PM

Jeurys Familia (shoulder) will pitch on back-to-back days for short-season Brooklyn on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Familia has pitched two scoreless innings since beginning his rehab assignment Wednesday. If these next two appearances go well, he'll be activated in short order.
Aug 21 - 3:22 PM

Clayton Kershaw's three-inning simulated game Monday turned into a four-inning performance.

No quotes from Kershaw or the Dodgers yet, but it had to have gone well for Kershaw to get in the extra inning. Speculation had Kershaw returning from a back strain on Sept. 1, but now there's the chance he could be activated this weekend.
Aug 21 - 3:10 PM

The White Sox are pleased with how Reynaldo Lopez's back has responded after he went on the disabled list Saturday with a strained back.

It looks like he might only miss a couple of starts. Lopez left Thursday's game after giving up five earned runs in 4 1/3 innings.
Aug 21 - 3:08 PM

Yoan Moncada will return to start the first game and then sit out the second game of Monday's doubleheader against the Twins.

Moncada missed games Saturday and Sunday because of shin splints.
Aug 21 - 3:07 PM

Nationals prospect Carter Kieboom went 2-for-4 with a homer on Sunday for Low-A Hagerstown.

That gives Kieboom eight homers on the year. A 2016 first-round selection, the former Georgia prep standout is an offensively-inclined shortstop who has been better with the glove than anticipated. The hit tool might be plus, and there's some raw power in his right-handed bat, too. It's a few years away, but Kieboom could be starting at shortstop before the end of the decade.
Aug 21 - 2:37 PM
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