Jake Arrieta surrendered four runs on eight hits over seven innings in a no-decision against the Royals on Friday.
Arrieta racked up five strikeouts on the afternoon without issuing a walk. Most of the damage against him came via the long ball, with Alcides Escobar, Alex Gordon and Salvador Perez each blasting solo home runs. He'll carry a 3.18 ERA and 67/14 K/BB ratio into Wednesday's start against the Marlins in Miami.
Avisail Garcia (knee) expects to return to the White Sox lineup on Saturday.
He hasn't played since aggravating his knee injury during Monday's game. It's the type of injury that isn't serious enough to land him on the disabled list, but could continue to crop up here and there throughout the grind of the MLB season.
Ross Detwiler (shoulder) will be used out of the Rangers bullpen once he returns from the disabled list.
The Rangers have had issues recently with the backend of their rotation, but it doesn't appear that Detwiler will be the savior for the group. He is expected to rejoin the team soon.
Erik Cordier has elected free agency.
Cordier cleared waivers after being designated for assignment by the Giants, but he has opted to explore the open market rather than accepting an outright assignment to Triple-A Sacramento. The right-hander holds a 1.50, 1.00 WHIP and 20/8 K/BB ratio over 12 innings in the minor leagues this season.
Jake Peavy experienced renewed back tightness after his minor league rehab start with Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday and will be evaluated by a doctor.
Giants skipper Bruce Bochy said that the team will slow play his recovery, which is an obvious setback in his return to the Giants rotation. There is no clear timetable for him to resume throwing at the moment.
Carlos Santana will return from the paternity leave list and join the Indians on Sunday in Seattle.
Santana was away from the team to be with his wife for the birth of their baby girl, and he has enjoyed a couple of days with his newborn. Expect him back in the lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Mariners.
Ervin Santana threw 60 pitches in a live batting practice session on Friday without any issues.
He'll throw again this weekend before heading to extended spring training to start working in live game action. He's in line to begin a minor league rehab assignment with Triple-A Rochester in mid-June before rejoining the Twins when his suspension is up in July.
Mariners recalled RHP Dominic Leone from Triple-A Tacoma.
He'll take the place of James Paxton on the active roster. Leone owns a 5.40 ERA and 4/6 K/BB ratio over 8 1/3 innings out of the Mariners bullpen on the season. He'll likely hang around until the team decides how best to replace Paxton in the rotation.