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Maikel Cleto and Daniel Webb both gave up two runs Thursday in relief against the Tigers.

It was a good day for Matt Lindstrom, and he didn't even take the mound. Cleto and Webb are the two candidates on the active roster to displace Lindstrom, and both hurt their cases in this one.
Apr 24 - 5:02 PM

Rajai Davis went 3-for-5 with a homer and a double Thursday against the White Sox.

It's going to be hard for the Tigers to give J.D. Martinez much of a look as long as Davis keeps playing like this. He currently has a .426 OBP in his 10 games in the leadoff spot.
Apr 24 - 5:00 PM

Dayan Viciedo stayed red hot on Thursday, going 3-for-4 with a triple, a double and two runs scored.

Viciedo is 14-for-24 with six extra-base hits in his last six games. He probably won't keep this up for much longer, but the White Sox might decide to move him into the cleanup spot anyway.
Apr 24 - 4:57 PM

Tyler Flowers had his fourth three-hit game of the season Thursday in the loss to the Tigers.

Yeah, that Tyler Flowers. Only Juan Uribe with five has more three-hit games this season (six others also have four). Going into this season, Flowers had played in 192 major league games and had three hits exactly twice. Flowers has still struck out 24 times in 64 at-bats, so we're not big believers in his newfound ability to hit for average.
Apr 24 - 4:54 PM

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said Thursday that Dustin McGowan will make his next scheduled start.

McGowan gave up six runs in four-plus innings Wednesday against the Orioles and now holds a 6.88 ERA through four starts. The oft-injured 31-year-old has admitted that he's dealing with a bit of fatigue, so he might not be long for the rotation if he continues to struggle. On a related note, Gibbons has considered the possibility of using a sixth starter to give the rotation some extra rest.
Apr 24 - 4:41 PM

Nationals manager Matt Williams said Thursday that Gio Gonzalez (shoulder) is dealing with normal soreness.

Gonzalez was removed in the sixth inning Wednesday with shoulder tightness, but the Nationals aren't alarmed yet. The real test will be to see how he responds to a bullpen session Saturday.
Apr 24 - 4:34 PM

Bartolo Colon pitched seven innings of one-run ball and struck out eight to defeat the Cardinals on Thursday.

Colon drew the reeling Cardinals at a good time, and he turned in his high-strikeout game as a Met. He has a 26/3 K/BB ratio in 32 innings for the season, but since he has given up six homers, his ERA stands at 4.50.
Apr 24 - 4:32 PM

Doug Fister (lat) is scheduled to make his first minor league rehab start Sunday with High-A Potomac.

Fister, out since spring training with a lat strain, threw a bullpen session Thursday with no issues. He's expected to toss four innings in his first rehab outing and will likely need at least one more start before joining Washington's rotation. If all goes well, he should be activated around May 7.
Apr 24 - 4:30 PM
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