Aaron Harang (foot) will rejoin the Phillies' rotation on Thursday against the Braves.
Harang had been slated for a rehab start, but the Phils decided to go ahead and plug him back into the rotation since they needed a starter with Cole Hamels being pushed back. The right-hander has missed four weeks of action with plantar fasciitis and figures to be on a fairly limited pitch count.
Angel Pagan is not in the Giants' lineup Wednesday.
It's a simple day off. Gregor Blanco is in center field while Pagan rests.
Buster Posey is not in the Giants' lineup Wednesday.
It's a routine day off with it being a day game after a night game. Hector Sanchez is catching in Posey's place.
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Giants are "fading" in the pursuit of Cole Hamels.
It's not a surprise. The Giants would like a frontline starter to pair with Madison Bumgarner, but they have a weak farm system and, thus, can't compete for Hamels if there's a bidding war. San Francisco might have to set their sights a bit lower in their desire for a starter.
Welington Castillo (elbow) is back in the Diamondbacks' lineup Wednesday.
Castillo sat out Tuesday after being hit in the elbow with a pitch Monday, but he's ready to roll now. He's hitting .269/.358/.500 with six homers in 34 games since arriving in Arizona.
Robinson Cano is not in the Mariners' lineup Wednesday.
He's just getting a day off. Brad Miller is at second base in Cano's place, while Chris Taylor is handling shortstop.
Angels signed LHP Wesley Wright to a minor league contract.
Wright was released by the Orioles a week ago after being limited to just two appearances due to a shoulder injury. He's healthy now, though, and is a good depth add for the Halos.
Ryan Braun (back) is back in the Brewers' lineup Wednesday.
Braun missed the previous two contests with lower back tightness but is feeling well enough to give it a go. The former MVP is hitting .268/.338/.487 with 18 homers and 16 steals this season.