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Homer Bailey surrendered three runs in 5 2/3 innings and took a no-decision against the Cardinals on Saturday.

He teed up a two-run homer to Paul Dejong in the second inning and a solo shot to Dexter Fowler in the sixth to account for all the damage. He allowed seven hits, issued two walks and struck out four while coming up one out short of a quality start. Bailey seems much improved over last year's nightmare campaign. He is still looking for his first win and has three losses in five starts. If he can maintain his quality 3.68 ERA and 1.16 WHIP he is sure to snare a few wins despite the fact the Reds' under-powered offense isn't likely to provide him with much run support.
Apr 21 - 5:20 PM

Randall Delgado (oblique) threw a bullpen session Saturday.

Afterwards, he declared his arm "fine," according to Zach Buchanan of The Athletic. Delgado has been on the disabled list since March 27 with the left oblique strain, and he missed all of camp with the injury. The club hasn't offered much in the way of a timetable, but if he's throwing well it stands to reason he's close.
Apr 21 - 5:19 PM

Boone Logan (triceps) will throw a simulated game Tuesday.

Logan threw another bullpen session Saturday without incident, clearing the way for the next step in his recovery from a triceps injury suffered late in camp. If the sim game goes well, Logan will go out on a rehab assignment before rejoining the Brewers, likely in early May.
Apr 21 - 5:14 PM

Orlando Arcia (ankle) says he feels better and could play Saturday if needed.

He wasn't needed, and Eric Sogard will start at shortstop for their game against the Marlins. The Brewers are off Monday, so if Arcia sits again Sunday, as Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Tom Haudricourt expects, the team could buy him a few days of rest before inserting him back in the lineup. Arcia rolled the ankle during Friday's game while trying to get back to first base after a single in the eighth inning.
Apr 21 - 5:11 PM

Nicholas Castellanos went 3-for-5 with a home run and three RBI in Saturday's 12-4 thrashing of the Royals.

He kicked off the scoring by lacing an RBI-single to right field in the first inning. He topped that by homering off starter Danny Duffy with Miguel Cabrera aboard in the third frame. The dinger was his first of the season to go with a .286 batting average and nine RBI. He better pick up the pace if he wants to match last year's career highs of 26 bombs and 101 RBI.
Apr 21 - 5:08 PM

Wil Myers is not in the Padres' lineup for Saturday's game against the Diamondbacks.

It's an expected day off for the outfielder, who played three straight minor league rehab games before returning for Friday's win over the Diamondbacks. He's expected to be back in there Sunday. With Manuel Margot back and in center field, Franchy Cordero slides over to right with Jose Pirela in left Saturday.
Apr 21 - 5:04 PM

Warwick Saupold snared his first career save by pitching the last 2 1/3 innings of a win over the Royals on Saturday.

Protecting a huge lead, the Tigers let Saupold get the last seven outs of the game for the save. He retired all seven batters he faced and finally notched his first strikeout of the season. The Tigers' closer situation is a mess right now but Saupold is not in the running despite getting the save today. He has yet to allow a run in 5 2/3 innings of work this season.
Apr 21 - 5:03 PM

Byron Buxton (migraines) took batting practice Saturday for the first time since going on the disabled list.

That's a positive sign, especially after manager Paul Molitor said Friday that Buxton was showing "slight improvement." It will still likely be a process for Buxton to return, with more baseball activities and possibly a rehab assignment still to come, but being able to take BP suggests he's turned or is close to turning a corner. Buxton hasn't played since April 15 due to the migraines, which he suffered on the Twins' trip to San Juan.
Apr 21 - 5:00 PM
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