Mariners placed OF Mitch Haniger on the 10-day disabled list with a right oblique strain.
Haniger had been bothered by oblique discomfort for a couple of days and the issue worsened Tuesday on his third-inning single. Oblique strains usually cost players 3-4 weeks, and sometimes up to two months. It's an awful blow for the Mariners, as Haniger was batting .338/.442/.600 with four home runs, 16 RBI, two stolen bases, and 20 runs scored through 21 games as the club's No. 2 hitter. Danny Valencia figures to see more time in the outfield going forward.
Padres claimed RHP Kirby Yates off waivers from the Angels.
Yates was designated for assignment by the Angels on Sunday after allowing two runs Saturday in a one-inning relief appearance. It was his only appearance at the major league level so far in 2017.
Mets recalled INF/OF Matt Reynolds from Triple-A Las Vegas.
Reynolds was batting .300/.364/.360 in 55 plate appearances this season at the Triple-A level. The versatile 26-year-old will give the Mets position player depth.
Mets optioned LHP Sean Gilmartin to Triple-A Las Vegas.
Gilmartin has made just one appearance this season at the major league level despite receiving two separate callups. Matt Reynolds is replacing him on the Mets' active roster Wednesday.
Felix Hernandez (shoulder) will reportedly be placed on the 10-day disabled list.
Hernandez flew back to Seattle for an MRI of his right shoulder late Tuesday night after struggling through an ugly two-inning outing at Detroit's Comerica Park. All that is known for now is that he's experiencing fatigue. There should be a more official diagnosis at some point Wednesday night. Mitch Haniger (oblique) is also headed to the disabled list for the last-place Mariners.
Dustin Pedroia (knee, ankle) remains out of the Red Sox starting lineup on Wednesday.
Pedroia hasn't played since injuring his knee and ankle last Friday on a hard slide by Manny Machado. The rainy forecast at Fenway Park played a role in his continued absence Wednesday, though the veteran second baseman also still has some lingering soreness.
Mariners optioned RHP Evan Marshall to Triple-A Tacoma.
Marshall was lit up for seven earned runs over two innings of mop-up duty Tuesday night against the Tigers, pushing his season ERA to 9.39.
Mariners optioned RHP Chris Heston to Triple-A Tacoma.
Heston gave up five earned runs in two innings of mop-up duty Tuesday night against the Tigers. It was his first appearance at the major league level in 2017. The 29-year-old right-hander should get another look eventually.