Diamondbacks recalled RHP Randall Delgado from Triple-A Reno.
Delgado is starting for the Snakes on Tuesday night against the Marlins. He has a troubling 5.91 ERA and 57/35 K/BB ratio in 64 innings this season at the Triple-A level and can't be trusted in standard fantasy leagues.
Diamondbacks optioned RHP Charles Brewer to Triple-A Reno.
Brewer threw 3 2/3 scoreless innings of relief during his week-long stay in the major leagues. The right-hander will likely get another look in the coming months.
J.A. Happ (head) threw a bullpen session Tuesday.
Another step in the right direction for the left-handed starter, who suffered a sprained right knee when he collapsed on the mound after being in the head by a line drive last month. He should be ready to return to live major league games in early-to-mid July.
Donovan Tate has reported to the Padres' spring training complex in Arizona.
Tate did not show up to camp this past February due to what was described as a personal issue, but he was apparently keeping in contact with the Padres this entire time and has now been allowed back into the organization. "I left baseball in order to gain a grasp on some personal issues in my life," the former third overall pick wrote in a statement to the media on Tuesday.
Alex Wood left his start Tuesday against the Mets because of a split callous on his left index finger.
Wood allowed one earned run in three innings before exiting. It was only a spot start, and the young righty will likely be sent back to the Double-A level soon.
Orioles recalled LHP Zach Britton from Triple-A Norfolk.
Britton is starting for the Orioles on Tuesday night against the Tigers. He has a promising 3.28 ERA in 11 starts this season at the Triple-A level but is a risky fantasy play in his matchup Tuesday versus Detroit.
Orioles designated INF/OF Yamaico Navarro for assignment.
Navarro was batting .254/.357/.353 in 207 plate appearances and had committed 13 errors in the field this season at Triple-A Norfolk. The 25-year-old utilityman seems likely to make it through waivers.
Josh Willingham (knee) is back in the Twins' starting lineup on Tuesday evening versus the White Sox.
Willingham got a cortisone shot in his troublesome left knee on Sunday. He'll try to play through the pain.