Diamondbacks recalled RHP Jake Barrett from Triple-A Reno.
He'll replace Dominic Leone in Arizona's bullpen. Barrett posted a 3.86 ERA and 4/1 K/BB ratio over seven innings during his previous stint with the big club this month.
Brock Holt is not in Thursday's lineup against the Braves.
Chris Young will make the start in left field despite right-hander Jhoulys Chacin on the mound. Holt is batting just .188/.293/.229 over his last 14 games.
Kris Byrant left Thursday's game against the Brewers in the fifth inning after being hit by a pair of pitches.
Bryant was hit by Taylor Jungmann in the first and fourth innings. He ran the bases after being hit in the fourth inning, but Javier Baez eventually replaced him in left field to begin the fifth inning. The Cubs should pass along an update at some point on Thursday evening.
Rockies LHP prospect Harrison Musgrave fired seven scoreless frames Wednesday in a win for Double-A Hartford.
He didn't allow a base-runner until Shawn Pleffner's two-out single in the seventh inning. Musgrave finished with a season-high six strikeouts and didn't allow a walk. The 24-year-old has won each of his three starts this year while contributing a spectacular 0.87 ERA. His 0.53 WHIP is second-lowest in the Eastern League behind Trenton right-hander Ronald Herrera (0.52). The 16-4 Yard Goats hold a three-game lead over Reading for first in their division.
White Sox recalled INF Carlos Sanchez from Triple-A Charlotte.
Sanchez is a .229/.268/.321 career hitter in 524 major league plate appearances. He's not fantasy-relevant.
White Sox placed RHP David Robertson on the bereavement list.
Robertson will be away from the club for 3-7 days following a death in the family. Nate Jones has been excellent in a setup role this season for the White Sox and should slide seamlessly into a fill-in closer role.
Rangers RHP prospect Pedro Payano spun a one-hit shutout Wednesday in a win for Low-A Hickory.
He finished with a season-high 11 strikeouts and only two walks. Payano had a no-hitter going until Greensboro's Isael Soto led off the eighth inning with a bloop single to left field. The 21-year-old improved to 1-1 while lowering his league-leading ERA to 0.38. Opponents have hit .089 against him with 27 punch-outs in 79 at-bats. 70 of his season-high 99 pitches Wednesday went for strikes.
White Sox OF prospect Mason Robbins hit for the cycle Wednesday in High-A Winston-Salem's loss to Lynchburg.
Robbins' three-run homer off Hillcats left-hander Sean Brady in the fourth inning marked his first home run of the year. He's contributed seven hits in his last 13 at-bats, raising his average from .178 to .259. The cycle was Winston-Salem's second of the season. Gerson Montilla accomplished the same feat in a game last Friday. Prior to that, no Winston-Salem player had completed the cycle since 2008.