Salvador Perez is not in the starting lineup for the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Rays.
Drew Butera will start behind the plate and catch Chris Young. Perez should be in the lineup for Game 2.
Chris Coghlan is not in the starting lineup for the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Cardinals.
Coghlan currently leads MLB with 145 consecutive games played, but that streak could come to an end Tuesday. Chris Denorfia will start in left field against southpaw Tyler Lyons.
Athletics optioned RHP Chris Bassitt to Triple-A Nashville.
Bassitt started in place of Sonny Gray on Sunday against the Mariners and allowed two runs over 5 2/3 innings. He should get another shot down the road.
Athletics recalled OF Jake Smolinski from Triple-A Nashville.
Smolinski was recently claimed off waivers from the Rangers. The 26-year-old has struggled in the majors this season, but he has hit .427 (38-for-89) with six homers and a 1.233 OPS over 25 games at the Triple-A level.
Andrew Miller (forearm) allowed two hits in a scoreless inning Monday in his first minor league rehab appearance with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
Miller struck out one batter in the inning. He might only need one rehab appearance before being activated. The southpaw has been out for a month with a strained left forearm. Dellin Betances has been handling closing duties during his absence.
Jake Odorizzi (oblique) tossed 5 2/3 scoreless innings Monday in his latest minor league rehab start with High-A Charlotte.
Odorizzi, who has been out for a month with an oblique strain, allowed just two hits and one walk while striking out six. I haven't had any pain for quite a while now so I was just looking to get through this healthy and make sure I got all my pitches in," said Odorizzi. He's on track to rejoin the Rays on Saturday against the Astros.
Phillies recalled RHP Hector Neris to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
Neris made two appearances for the Phillies back in April. He'll pitch in middle relief.
Santiago Casilla was charged with one run on two hits over one-third of an inning Monday against the Mets.
Casilla tried to keep the game scoreless when he replaced Sergio Romo with runners on second and third in the ninth inning, but he quickly gave up a two-run double to Johnny Monell, who later scored on a single by Juan Lagares. Giants manager Bruce Bochy gave Casilla a few days off due to fatigue, but it looks like he's ready to resume closing duties.