Marcell Ozuna went 3-for-4 with two RBI in Sunday's win over the Orioles.
Both of Ozuna's RBI came in on a run-scoring single in the fourth inning. With the three hits, he bumped his average to .281. Ozuna smacked 23 homers a year ago, but has not found the power zone as of yet in 2015, with just three homers hit to this point.
Trevor Bauer limited the Reds to one run over 7 2/3 innings in a sterling performance en route to a win on Sunday.
Bauer allowed only five hits with no walks and four strikeouts. His only mistake came in the seventh inning, resulting in a solo home run to Marlon Byrd. It's his third start in a row he's pitched into the eighth inning while allowing exactly one run. Bauer has certainly lived up to his prospect hype through nine starts this season, owning a 3.02 ERA with a 1.16 WHIP and a 55/22 K/BB ratio in 56 2/3 innings. He'll take on the Mariners at Safeco Field next.
Athletics manager Bob Melvin said Sunday that he doesn't expect Sonny Gray (ankle) to miss his next scheduled start.
Gray was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Rays with an ankle injury, though X-rays came back negative. It looks like he should be good to go for Friday's matchup against the Yankees.
Carlos Beltran is not in the Yankees starting lineup for Sunday night's contest against the Rangers.
He'll take a seat in favor of Garrett Jones against opposing right-hander Yovani Gallardo. The veteran outfielder is hiting a disappointing .236/.268/.400 with three long balls and 18 RBI on the year.
Manny Machado went 1-for-4 with two runs scored in Sunday's loss to the Marlins.
Machado scored in the sixth and eighth innings. They would be the only runs that the Orioles scored in the 5-4 loss. He also smacked a double, his 11th of the year. Machado is now hitting .286/.347/.474 with six homers, 19 RBI and 25 runs scored. He's starting to come through on some of his potential and upside.
Jordan Lyles could miss his next start due to a sprained big toe on his left foot.
He is scheduled to work on Friday against the Phillies in Philadelphia, but he'll have to improve significantly from where he is now and throw a successful side session during the week before he's cleared to make that start. More should be known on his status later in the week, but he probably isn't worth the gamble in weekly leagues.
Aaron Sanchez spun 6 2/3 solid innings Sunday, holding the Mariners to two runs in an 8-2 victory.
Kyle Seager put the M's on the board with a solo homer in the second inning, but a sacrifice fly was the only way they were able to dent the scoreboard the rest of the way. Sanchez permitted seven hits, walked two and struck out four. The young righty holds a decent 3.98 ERA for the season, but it's come along with a 1.52 WHIP and ugly 34/34 K/BB ratio over 52 frames. He gets the Twins on the road next weekend.
Rays pitching prospect Blake Snell had his scoreless streak snapped at 49 innings Saturday for Double-A Montgomery.
He allowed his first run of the season in the first inning but held Tennessee scoreless over his next five frames. Snell finished the outing with a career-high 12 strikeouts. Montgomery didn't score until the eighth inning, leaving Snell with a no-decision. Opponents have hit .124 against the left-hander this season.