Angels activated RHP Huston Street from the 15-day disabled list.
Street has been sidelined since April 23 with an oblique strain. Joe Smith filled in at closer during his absence, but he'll move back into a set-up role.
Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports that Red Sox prospect first baseman Sam Travis has an injury to his left leg which involves the ACL in his knee.
Travis suffered the injury Sunday while trying to apply a tag during a rundown. Alex Speier of the Boston Globe previously reported that there was concern after the 22-year-old heard a pop. Travis was batting .272/.332/.434 with six homers and 29 RBI through 47 games in Triple-A this season.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Monday that Dustin Ackley (shoulder) could require surgery.
Ackley, who was placed on the disabled list Monday, was diagnosed with a torn labrum in his right shoulder. Either way, he's facing a lengthy absence. There should be more clarity on his status in the coming days.
Jordy Mercer is not in Monday's lineup against the Marlins.
It's just a routine day off. Sean Rodriguez will start at shortstop and bat eighth.
Ramon Cabrera was sent to Cincinnati on Sunday for an exam and MRI on his sore left hand.
Cabrera was recently hit on the back of his left ring finger by a foul ball and has been dealing with some soreness, but everything checked out OK with the tests. The Reds summoned Raffy Lopez from Triple-A Louisville in case a trip to the disabled list was needed, but Cabrera was set to rejoin the Reds before Monday's game.
Caleb Joseph was taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons after he was hit in the groin area by a foul ball during Monday's game against the Red Sox.
Joseph was in a lot of pain after being hit in a very sensitive area, but he actually completed the game behind the plate. More should be known about his status on Tuesday.
Carlos Martinez struck out eight batters over eight scoreless innings Monday in the Cardinals' 6-0 victory over the Brewers.
Martinez was 0-5 with a 6.84 ERA in May entering the Memorial Day outing at Miller Park in Milwaukee, but he finished the month with an exclamation point. The hard-throwing righty yielded just five hits -- all singles -- and only issued one walk. He now stands 5-5 with a 3.69 ERA, 1.15 WHIP, and 50 strikeouts in 61 innings (10 starts) this season. Martinez gets the Giants at home next.
Matt Holliday went 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBI in Monday's defeat of the Brewers.
Holliday opened the game's scoring with an RBI single in the top of the third inning and then added another RBI single in the top of the fourth before cranking a 467-foot solo blast to left-center in the seventh. Holliday has been on a tear over the last three days and now boasts an .821 OPS with nine homers and 29 RBI in 50 games for the year. He's never finished a season with an OPS lower than .804.