Sean Marshall (shoulder) is long-tossing at 120 feet.
"He threw very well today," Reds trainer Paul Lessard told reporters on Wednesday evening. Marshall is expected to return from the disabled list around early July.
Jonathan Broxton (elbow) is expected to resume throwing at some point this weekend.
Broxton has been idle since being placed on the disabled list June 14 with a right elbow flexor strain. "He’s been working on strengthening it," trainer Paul Lessard said Wednesday. "He finally has his full range of motion back. We wanted to get it flushed out." There is no timetable for the right-hander's return.
David Price (triceps) is scheduled to make his first rehab start on Friday with High-A Charlotte.
Price will have to make at least two total starts in the minor leagues before the Rays consider activating him from the disabled list. The ace left-hander has been sidelined since May 15 with a left triceps strain. He felt "great" after a bullpen session Tuesday.
Trevor Cahill has been diagnosed with a hip contusion.
Cahill suffered the bruise Wednesday when he took a first-inning Marcell Ozuna line drive off his upper right leg. It's an injury that will heal in a couple of days and should not affect the right-hander's schedule much.
Dodgers activated LHP Chris Capuano from the 15-day disabled list.
Capuano will start against the Yankees in the second half of Wednesday's doubleheader. The left-hander wound up missing a little under three weeks with a left lat strain. He has an ugly 5.45 ERA in 33 innings this year.
Dodgers optioned OF Alex Castellanos to Triple-A Albuquerque.
Castellanos went 2-for-9 during his week-long stay in the majors. He should get another shot later this year.
Facing his old team for the first time, Hiroki Kuroda outdueled Hyun-Jin Ryu with 6 2/3 innings of two-run ball as the Yankees beat the Dodgers 6-4 in the first game of a doubleheader.
The Yankees were up 3-0 when Ryu left after six before Kuroda gave up both of his runs in the seventh. Fortunately, the Yankees were able to build on from there, and the two-run home run that Preston Claiborne gave up to Hanley Ramirez in the eighth didn't cost Kuroda the win. It was his first since May 17. The Yankees had scored a total of seven runs in his previous five starts.
Braves agreed to terms with 31st overall pick RHP Jason Hursh.
He got a $1.7 million signing bonus. Hursh was selected with the compensation pick that the Braves received for losing Michael Bourn to free agency. The 21-year-old sinkerballer posted a 2.79 ERA and 86/28 K/BB ratio in 106 1/3 innings this season for Oklahoma State.