Wil Myers is not in the Padres' starting lineup Tuesday versus Giants right-hander Jeff Samardzija.
AJ Cassavell of MLB.com notes that Myers had his left wrist wrapped following Monday's walkoff loss. The absence Tuesday night could be related. Myers got off to a nice start this season, but he's hitting just .218/.227/.345 with a 17/1 K/BB ratio over 87 at-bats in May.
Yasmani Grandal (ankle) is back in the Dodgers' starting lineup Tuesday versus the Reds.
Grandal missed a few games after fouling a ball off his right ankle on Saturday. He's starting at catcher and batting eighth Tuesday night against Reds righty Daniel Wright. It will be Winkler's major league debut.
Andrelton Simmons (thumb) has begun baseball activities, per MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez.
That includes swinging a bat, playing catch, and fielding grounders. Simmons is just two weeks into his recovery from a UCL tear in his left thumb and will probably remain on the disabled list through much of June. The original timetable issued May 12 called for an absence of 6-8 weeks.
Hunter Pence (hamstring) is out of the Giants' starting lineup again on Tuesday versus the Padres.
Jarrett Parker will start in left field and bat seventh and Gregor Blanco will start in right field and bat eighth. Pence has been bothered by hamstring discomfort since Saturday, though he did hit a walkoff bloop double on Monday night against the Padres. He remains day-to-day.
Robinson Chirinos (forearm) could be ready for activation from the 60-day disabled list when first eligible on June 9.
That comes from beat writer Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Chirinos was given a recovery timetable of 10-12 weeks when he underwent surgery for a broken right ulna on April 11. He'd be coming in two weeks ahead of that. It's a promising injury update for a Rangers team that needs promising injury updates.
Chris Young (forearm) threw a successful 35-pitch bullpen session on Tuesday.
Young said it went well, and that he's planning for a simulated appearance Thursday or Friday. The veteran right-hander has been on the disabled list since May 12 with a forearm strain and he had a brutal 6.88 ERA over his first seven starts. He shouldn't be owned in standard fantasy formats.
Matt Garza (lat) is scheduled to throw a 60-pitch bullpen session on Wednesday.
If that goes smoothly, he'll throw live batting practice Saturday and continue ramping up from there. "No setbacks," Garza told reporters Tuesday. "I’m pumped." The 32-year-old right-hander expects to be ready to make his 2016 debut by the middle of June.
Reds purchased the contract of RHP Daniel Wright from Triple-A Louisville.
Wright will make his major league debut Tuesday night against the Dodgers and could stick around for a while if things go well. He was sporting a brilliant 0.79 ERA, 0.64 WHIP, and 32/5 K/BB ratio through 34 innings this season between Double-A and Triple-A, but the 25-year-old former 10th-round pick faces a tough task at Dodger Stadium and can probably be ignored for now in most fantasy leagues.