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Sam Gaviglio gave up five runs -- only one was earned -- in six innings and was charged with a loss against the Nationals on Wednesday.

Things went south in a hurry as he surrendered four unearned runs in the first inning thanks to an error by shortstop Jean Segura. Gaviglio ended up allowing a three-run bomb to Anthony Rendon in the frame. He gave up six hits and two walks and managed only one strikeout in the ballgame. He has a 1.38 ERA in 13 innings and is getting a chance to start because four members of the Mariners' rotation are on the disabled list (Felix Hernandez, Hisashi Iwakuma, James Paxton and Drew Smyly).
May 24 - 9:57 PM

Pablo Sandoval (knee, illness) went 2-for-4 with two doubles and a walk during Wednesday's minor league rehab game at Triple-A Pawtucket.

So far, so good for Sandoval, who is expected to take part in another rehab game on Thursday. Everything would appear to be shaping up well on the health front, here, and assuming Sandoval does not suffer a setback, he could potentially rejoin the team next week. He has been on the shelf with a right knee strain since April 24.
May 24 - 9:15 PM

Huston Street (lat, shoulder) turned in a perfect inning of work in his minor league rehab game at Triple-A Salt Lake on Wednesday.

Street will likely have to make several more rehab appearances before the Angels are ready to activate him from the disabled list. Lat and shoulder injuries have kept him out for the entirety of the 2017 season to date. Until he is ready to return, Bud Norris will continue to close games for the Halos.
May 24 - 9:08 PM

Kolten Wong (elbow) is in the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against the Cardinals.

Wong was forced out of action on Saturday due to mild discomfort in his left elbow. After sitting out several games to start the week, he will be back at second second base and is hitting eighth in Wednesday's contest. Mike Leake will take the ball for the Cards in this one, to be opposed by Rich Hill.
May 24 - 8:59 PM

J.A. Happ (elbow) will require between one and three minor league rehab starts before he is ready to rejoin the team.

Happ has been on the sidelines since April 17 with left elbow inflammation. While his rehab has been slow to come together, Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins said that he could potentially return to the team in 10-15 days.
May 24 - 8:38 PM

Jacoby Ellsbury left Wednesday's game against the Royals with a concussion and neck sprain.

Ellsbury made a fantastic catch on a deep Alcidies Escobar fly ball to lead off the game, before colliding with the center field wall. He stayed in for defense through to the end of the top of the first, but was subsequently replaced in the field by Aaron Hicks. This injury could potentially land him on the 7-day concussion disabled list. He will be reevaluated on Thursday.
May 24 - 8:26 PM

Manuel Margot left Wednesday's game against the Mets due to right lower leg tightness.

After Margot came down with tightness in his right leg, Matt Szczur took over for him in center field. He should be considered day-to-day moving forward unless the Padres indicate otherwise.
May 24 - 8:14 PM

David Price (elbow) surrendered six runs (three earned) on seven hits over 3 2/3 inning in Wednesday's rehab start with Triple-A Pawtucket.

Price struck out four and walked one. He needed 89 pitches just to make it through his 3 2/3 frames. He has not been particularly sharp in his two rehab outings to date, having allowed nine runs (six earned) on 12 hits in just 5 2/3 innings. While these results are not particularly palatable, so long as he checks out healthy after Wednesday's start, he could potentially be activated from the disabled list next week. Should the team want to see a little more from him, another rehab start cannot be ruled out.
May 24 - 7:52 PM
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