Brewers designated INF Colin Walsh for assignment.
The move clears a spot for the newly-claimed Neil Ramirez on the 40-man roster. Walsh, a Rule 5 pick from the Athletics, went 4-for-47 (.085) with 22 strikeouts and 15 walks during his time with the Brewers.
Derek Dietrich (head) is back in Tuesday's lineup against the Pirates.
Dietrich was hit in the head by a ball which ricocheted off a wall in the dugout, but fortunately he was cleared of concussion symptoms. He came off the bench to replace the injured Miguel Rojas (shoulder) on Monday and should be good to go moving forward.
Giancarlo Stanton (side) is out of the Marlins' lineup again Tuesday against the Pirates.
Stanton has now missed seven straight starts due soreness in his right side, but the Marlins continue to say that he's not too far off. Ichiro Suzuki is starting in right field and batting leadoff.
Marlins activated LHP Mike Dunn from the 15-day disabled list.
Dunn has been out all year with a forearm strain, but he's finally ready to make his season debut. The southpaw tossed three scoreless innings with a 5/0 K/BB ratio with High-A Jupiter during his minor league rehab assignment.
Marlins designated RHP Edwin Jackson for assignment.
The move clears a spot for Mike Dunn on the active roster. Jackson gets the boot after giving over six runs over his last two appearances.
Orioles recalled C Francisco Peña from Triple-A Norfolk.
He'll replace the injured Caleb Joseph (testicular injury) on the active roster. Peña, 26, was batting just .200/.241/.250 over 87 plate appearances in Triple-A and can be ignored in fantasy leagues.
Orioles placed C Caleb Joseph on the 15-day disabled list with a testicular injury.
Ouch. Joseph took a foul ball off a very sensitive area on Monday and had to be taken to the hospital after the game. It's unclear how much time he'll need to miss, but the O's have called up Francisco Pena to take his spot as Matt Wieters' backup.
Ketel Marte (thumb) is expected to be activated from the disabled list next Monday.
That's the first day he's eligible. Marte, who has been out since May 21 with a left thumb sprain, will begin a minor league rehab assignment on Tuesday. He's expected to play a total of five games through Saturday before rejoining the Mariners. The 22-year-old was batting .276/.307/.378 with five steals in 40 games prior to the injury.