Cameron Maybin is dealing with an injury to the right side of his rib cage.
A rib popped out and had to be put back in place, per George Sipple of the Detroit Free Press. That explains why Maybin has been absent from the Tigers' starting lineup for the last three games. He did say he's feeling better Tuesday and this doesn't sound like it's going to be a disabled list situation.
Joe Ross (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session Wednesday in Cleveland.
Ross joined up with the Nationals on Tuesday after going three scoreless innings in his rehab debut Sunday with Low-A Hagerstown. He only threw 43 pitches in that outing, so another rehab appearance is likely in the plans. The right-hander might even need two more minor league starts.
Hunter Harvey underwent Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery on Tuesday.
The procedure went according to plan. Harvey will be sidelined for the next 12-18 months.
Cubs designated LHP Clayton Richard for assignment.
The move clears a roster spot for Aroldis Chapman, who officially joined the Cubs on Tuesday. Richard had a 6.43 ERA in 25 appearances this season with Chicago.
Angels recalled LHP Tyler Skaggs from Triple-A Salt Lake.
Skaggs is over the elbow and shoulder troubles that have cost him nearly two years and will make his 2016 debut on Tuesday night in Kansas City. He dominated in his final two minor league rehab starts, racking up a combined 26 strikeouts in 12 2/3 innings for Triple-A Salt Lake. Get the 25-year-old southpaw activated in all standard fantasy leagues.
Alex Bregman is at DH and batting sixth Tuesday in his second major league game.
Bregman finished 0-for-4 with two strikeouts Monday in his MLB debut, but he came a few feet short of a grand slam in the sixth inning and looked sharp defensively at third base. He could play left field Wednesday.
Indians RHP prospect Triston McKenzie scattered three hits and one run over 6 2/3 innings Monday in a win for Low-A Mahoning Valley.
He finished with five strikeouts and didn't walk a batter in the longest start of his career. McKenzie is now tied for second in the New York-Penn League with four victories. He also ranks second in strikeouts (47), second in ERA (0.61) and ninth in WHIP (0.95). The 18-year-old has limited opponents to a .181 average over 155 at-bats this season.
Michael Brantley (shoulder) said he is "very confident" he can still impact the Indians this season.
Brantley has been hitting in the cage for the past couple of days and is apparently feeling good. He underwent surgery earlier this month to remove scar tissue from his right biceps tendon, near the right shoulder that required major surgery last November. The star outfielder has been limited to 11 major league games in 2016.