Charlie Furbush (shoulder) threw 10-12 pitches off the mound on Sunday.
Furbush began the year on the disabled list with left shoulder tightness, but he's getting closer to facing live hitters. He'll require a minor league rehab assignment prior to being activated.
Joaquin Benoit (shoulder) felt good after throwing in the outfield on Sunday.
Benoit has been sidelined for about a week and a half with with right shoulder inflammation, but he could be ready for a bullpen session by the end of the week. The veteran reliever should be back sometime this month if all goes well.
Robbie Erlin (elbow) underwent an MRI on Monday.
Erlin landed on the disabled list late last month with a left elbow strain and recently had a setback. The results of the MRI aren't yet known, but he's obviously not close to returning.
John Lamb (back) was scratched from Monday's scheduled start with Triple-A Louisville.
This likely means that Lamb will start Tuesday vs. the Giants in place of Jon Moscot, who is dealing with a shoulder issue. Lamb began the season the season on the disabled list following back surgery and has posted an ugly 9.22 ERA through three starts in Triple-A. Regardless, he has long-term upside and should be worth a look in NL-only leagues if he gets the call.
Domingo Santana was scratched from Monday's lineup against the Angels with right shoulder tightness.
It's probably safe to call him day-to-day. Alex Presley will start in his place in right field and hit leadoff.
Reds recalled C Ramon Cabrera from Triple-A Louisville.
He'll replace the injured Devin Mesoraco (shoulder) on the active roster and give the Reds a third catching option alongside Tucker Barnhart and Jordan Pacheco. Cabrera, 26, owns a .287/.352/.381 batting line in the minors. Don't expect him to be fantasy relevant.
Reds placed C Devin Mesoraco on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 28, with a torn labrum in his left shoulder.
Brutal news for Mesoraco, who was hoping to rebound after being limited to 23 games last season due to a torn labrum in his hip. It's unclear how long he'll be sidelined or if surgery will be required, but he'll obviously be facing a lengthy absence. Tucker Barnhart will likely handle the bulk of the catching duties for now.
Dodgers right-hander Josh Ravin has been suspended 80 games without pay after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance.
The story was first reported by Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports. Ravin tested positive for Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide 2. The 28-year-old was already on the 60-day disabled list after breaking his left (non-throwing) arm in a car accident during spring training. He's the third player to receive a PED suspension in the past two weeks, joining Dee Gordon and Chris Colabello.