My oh, Myers!

My oh, Myers!
Wil Myers awakes from slumber with two homers and the Astros awaken George Springer's service clock in The Week That Was.
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Jeremy Hellickson (elbow) felt good while playing catch Sunday.

Hellickson was shut down for a few days after feeling some soreness in his surgically-repaired right elbow when he threw curveballs. The setback was only a minor one, though it's not clear when he'll try to throw from a mound again.
Apr 20 - 11:27 AM

Brewers activated 1B Lyle Overbay from the paternity leave list.

He was away for a few days while his wife gave birth. Overbay will continue to see regular playing time at first base against right-handers.
Apr 20 - 11:24 AM

Athletics outfield prospect B.J. Boyd hit his second home run of the season for Low-A Beloit on Saturday.

The home run was Boyd's second in three games, bringing his season line up to .276/.354/.431 through 15 games. He has seven walks and nine strikeouts to go with getting caught stealing three times and zero stolen bases. Boyd profiles as a solid #2 hitter in a lineup who hits 10-15 home runs and hits .280 while playing good defense in left field.
Apr 20 - 11:24 AM

Brewers placed OF Logan Schafer on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 18, with a right hamstring strain.

Schafer felt a pop in his hamstring while stretching prior to a pinch-hitting appearance on Thursday. It's not clear at this point how long he'll be sidelined. With Schafer's injury, Elian Herrera gets to stick around.
Apr 20 - 11:23 AM

Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said in an interview Sunday that Matt Harrison's (back) next start is expected to come at the major league level.

It's a reverse of what the team said last week, but Harrison convinced the Rangers that he was ready with eight shutout innings in a rehab start with Double-A Frisco Saturday. Harrison can slide into the rotation spot that was vacated by Tanner Scheppers (elbow). The left-hander will be making his first start in the majors since last April.
Apr 20 - 11:20 AM

Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said in an interview Sunday that Adrian Beltre (quad) is on track to return for next weekend's series in Seattle.

The veteran third baseman will wind up spending only the minimum amount of time on the disabled list. Kevin Kouzmanoff has done so well while filling in for Beltre that he might stick around in a bench role.
Apr 20 - 11:11 AM

Alex Cobb (oblique) said Sunday that he's feeling better and is targeting late May or early June for a return.

It would be on the long end of the previously projected 4-6 week timetable, but that's no surprise since the Rays are notoriously cautious with injuries. It's not clear when Cobb will be cleared to throw again, but it probably won't happen before the end of the month.
Apr 20 - 11:08 AM

Yankees prospect left-handed pitcher Manny Banuelos allowed four runs on five hits, failing to complete one inning on Saturday.

Banuelos only got two batters out, one by strikeout, in his first bad start in his return from Tommy John surgery. Two years ago, Banuelos was a 21-year old in Triple-A and now he's a 23-year old in High-A, so the Yankees cannot be as patient with his command woes as they were in the past. Banuelos has done well in his return, with a 11.2 K/9 and 1.034 WHIP in 9 2/3 innings over four starts.
Apr 20 - 11:06 AM
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