Eric Thames (hamstring) is back in the Brewers' lineup Friday.
Thames departed Wednesday's game with some left hamstring tightness, but it was a precautionary exit and he's ready to go. He's at first base and batting second against Bartolo Colon and the Braves.
Blue Jays recalled LHP Matt Dermody from Triple-A Buffalo.
Dermody was knocked around in an appearance earlier this month with the Blue Jays but will get another shot. He won't be used in high-leverage situations.
Blue Jays optioned RHP Casey Lawrence to Triple-A Buffalo.
Lawrence had a couple ineffective spot starts. He's replaced by Matt Dermody.
JaCoby Jones (lip) is expected to begin a rehab assignment in the next couple days.
Jones had the stitches removed from his lacerated lip and has also gone through outfield drills. He's eligible to return Tuesday and should be ready shortly after that.
Chi Chi Gonzalez (elbow) will undergo an MRI next Thursday.
If the exam shows that Gonzalez's right elbow has had significant healing, he'll resume a throwing program. The righty has a slight tear in his ulnar collateral ligament but is trying to avoid Tommy John surgery.
Troy Tulowitzki (hamstring) will travel to the Blue Jays' spring training complex on Sunday to resume hitting.
He shouldn't be too far off from game action. Tulowitzki was placed on the disabled list last weekend with a strained right hamstring.
Josh Donaldson (calf) will travel to the Blue Jays' spring training complex on Sunday to resume hitting.
It's the next step in the progression as he works his way back from a strained right calf. He's two weeks into a projected 2-4 week timetable, so it shouldn't be too long before Donaldson tests things out in game action.
Miguel Cabrera (groin) ran and took batting practice Friday.
Barring a setback, Cabrera should be good to go on Tuesday when he's first eligible. It's just the second time in his career that the slugger has been on the disabled list.