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Logan Forsythe went 3-for-3 with a home run and two RBI in Saturday's win over the Blue Jays.

Forsythe also walked in the game, reaching base in all four plate appearances. The solo homer in the seventh inning tied the game and set the stage for the Rays' walk-off winner in the ninth. Forsythe has carried his 2015 breakout into this year, batting .341/.426/.610 with four homers, 10 RBI, 14 runs scored and three steals as the Rays' leadoff hitter.
Apr 30 - 9:33 PM

J.A. Happ allowed three runs on six hits over 6 2/3 innings in Saturday's no-decision against the Rays.

Happ pitched into the seventh and was an out away from getting through the inning with a one-run lead, but Logan Forsythe's solo home run tied the game and ended Happ's day. The southpaw walked three while striking out seven in the game. He's registered a quality start in each of his five starts this season, posting a 2.76 ERA overall. Happ will next take on the Rangers on Thursday.
Apr 30 - 9:30 PM

Chris Archer allowed two runs over six innings in a no-decision against the Blue Jays on Saturday.

Archer was effectively wild, allowing just one hit over his six innings but walking four. The other problem is that the one hit left the yard, as Jose Bautista's two-run homer accounted for both runs against Archer. The right-hander struck out four as well. That's two good starts in a row for Archer after a miserable beginning to the year. He'll continue to work on that 5.01 ERA when he faces the Angels on Saturday.
Apr 30 - 9:26 PM

Carlos Martinez was given permission to leave the team Friday to deal with a civil lawsuit he's facing in South Florida.

The issue was brought to the Cardinals' attention on Thursday and Martinez was given permission to leave shortly after. Martinez is already back with the club but based on the allegations made, this could be something that falls under the league's new domestic violence policy. As of now, the league has not contacted the Cardinals about any pending disciplinary action. Martinez will start as planned Sunday against the Nationals.
Apr 30 - 9:17 PM

Astros manager A.J. Hinch said he plans to "ease the burden of the 8th inning" off Ken Giles.

Oh how the mighty have fallen. The Astros sold the farm for Giles this offseason, expecting him to be their star closer. Not only did Giles lose the ninth-inning gig to Luke Gregersen, but now it looks like Hinch is going to give the setup role to someone else. "I'm out of whack," said Giles. "I'm not me right now." Will Harris and Pat Neshek could see more high-leverage chances while Giles works through his struggles.
Apr 30 - 9:07 PM

Giants manager Bruce Bochy has not considered shaking up the starting rotation.

Aging starters Matt Cain (0-3, 7.00 ERA) and Jake Peavy (1-2, 8.61) have both struggled this year but Bochy doesn't see any big changes coming. "I have too much confidence in these two guys," said Bochy. "I don't think there are options that are going to make this staff better." The Giants, who have won every even-year World Series this decade, are off to a disappointing 12-13 start and rank 22nd in the league in starter ERA (4.64).
Apr 30 - 8:33 PM

Daniel Nava (knee) is expected to begin a rehab assignment early next week.

It's good timing for the Angels with Craig Gentry battling back stiffness. Nava has sat out the last two weeks with left knee tendinitis but has been working out in Arizona and should begin a rehab assignment any day now. He was hitting .286 before the injury.
Apr 30 - 8:21 PM

Will Smith (knee) will ramp up his activity next week.

It's been six weeks since he tore his right LCL. Smith will meet with doctors soon to decide if he'll require surgery, which would sideline him for the rest of the year. He was expected to compete with Jeremy Jeffress for closer duties this season but now Jeffress has the gig all to himself.
Apr 30 - 8:13 PM
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