Jered Weaver (hip) threw a second bullpen session Wednesday without issue.
Weaver has been on the disabled list since June 21 with left hip irritation and probably won't be back until sometime after the All-Star break. A rehab start or two may be in the cards for the soft-tossing righty.
Jacoby Ellsbury (knee) is back in the lineup Wednesday night at High-A Tampa.
Ellsbury was held out Tuesday with some mild fatigue. He is still on track to rejoin the Yankees on Friday.
Jarred Cosart will return to the Marlins' rotation on Saturday night against the Cubs.
Jose Urena is probably going to get the boot. Cosart returned from a battle with vertigo last week after sitting out for over a month. The 25-year-old right-hander owns a 4.12 ERA, 1.26 WHIP, and 27/17 K/BB ratio in 43 2/3 innings this season for the Fish.
Padres OF prospect Rymer Liriano crushed three hits including a two-run homer Tuesday for Triple-A El Paso.
Liriano had been hitless in his previous two games with four strikeouts in nine at-bats. The 24-year-old ranks fourth in the Pacific Coast League in runs (51) and is tied for sixth in walks (35). He's hit .357 over his last seven games with four RBI. Liriano played 38 games for the Padres in 2014 but hasn't gotten a chance this year because of San Diego's crowded outfield.
Rougned Odor is out of the Rangers' starting lineup on Wednesday due to a dental issue.
Odor had a dental procedure early Wednesday and wasn't able to eat. Hanser Alberto is starting at second base and leading off for the Rangers on Wednesday evening.
Jaime Garcia (groin) won't make his next scheduled start Thursday against the White Sox.
Garcia is expected to avoid the disabled list, but he was unable to complete scheduled throwing sessions on Saturday and Monday due to ongoing cramping in his left groin. He should be fine after one skipped turn in the Cardinals' rotation. Tim Cooney is probably going to fill in on Thursday versus Chicago.
Mets OF prospect Michael Conforto collected three hits in Tuesday's win for Double-A Binghamton.
He crushed a two-run homer in the fifth inning, giving him three in 28 games since his call-up. He's hit .333 for Binghamton, which is actually 50 points higher than he batted at High-A St. Lucie earlier this year. The 22-year-old has put together a .376 on base percentage over 327 plate appearances at two minor league levels this season.
Giants pitching prospect Tyler Beede scattered five hits and one run over seven innings Tuesday in a loss for Double-A Richmond.
He retired eight hitters in a row at one point. Beede is now 1-3 with a 4.15 ERA in five starts since getting called up from High-A San Jose. The five strikeouts Beede recorded Tuesday were his most since June 12 versus Erie. Opponents have hit .243 off the right-hander this season.