Jon Moscot (shoulder) will rejoin the Reds' rotation this week in Colorado.
Moscot threw six scoreless innings in his last rehab start, paving the way for his return. It's unclear at this point who he will replace in the Reds' rotation, but Daniel Wright would seem to be the most likely candidate. Moscot can be avoided in fantasy leagues.
Brandon Workman (elbow) has been making appearances in extended spring training games.
Making his way back from Tommy John surgery, Workman will remain in extended spring until short-season Lowell opens their season on June 17. He could be an option for the Red Sox' bullpen at some point in the second half.
Hyun-soo Kim made his fourth straight start in left field Saturday.
Rule 5 pick Joey Rickard has struggled of late, which has finally led to Kim getting an extended look. The 28-year-old has been terrific when given a chance this season, batting .386/.460/.455 across 50 plate appearances. He should continue to see regular at-bats if he keeps producing. "I just think he kind of brings some things we kind of need, some selectivity and kind of slow things down here and there," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. "First of all, the guy’s going to have to get below .400 before you take him out. I’m not stupid. I don’t care how many at-bats or what kind of hits they are. At some point you go, ‘OK, let’s see.’ Like I told you, nobody really knows who he is or how good he can be."
Christian Yelich (back) struck out as a pinch-hitter in Saturday's loss to the Braves.
Yelich hasn't started in over a week due to back spasms, although he has made a couple pinch-hitting appearances. It's possible he'll be back in the lineup Sunday.
Matt Adams (back) knocked a pinch-hit, two-run double in Saturday's win over the Nationals.
Adams hasn't started the last couple days due to a minor back issue, but he's fine. He could be in the lineup Sunday.
Cardinals signed C Michael McKenry to a minor league contract.
McKenry had opted out of his minor league deal with the Rangers earlier this month. He's a career .239/.319/.407 hitter at the major league level.
Angels activated INF Cliff Pennington from the 15-day disabled list.
He missed the minimum amount of time with a strained hamstring. Pennington will play pretty regularly until Andrelton Simmons (thumb) returns.
Padres optioned LHP Keith Hessler to Triple-A El Paso.
Hessler has allowed 10 runs over six relief innings for the D'Backs and Padres this season. He should get another shot at some point.