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Miguel Cabrera (hamstring, hips, back) launched several home runs during a batting practice session on Tuesday.

"I told him, ‘That’s what I remember,’" manager Ron Gardenhire said after watching the workout. "I’ve seen him hit a lot of those out there and I’d be saying, ‘Don’t let Miggy beat us.’ That’s a good sign that he’s really staying through the ball." Cabrera still has to pass a number of running and agility tests, but he's finally making some progress. The veteran slugger has been out since May 4 with hamstring, hip, and back issues.
Source: Detroit News
May 22 - 7:25 PM

Twins acquired 1B Chris Carter from the Angels; assigned him to Triple-A Rochester.

Carter was off to a terrific start this season with the Angels' Triple-A affiliate, boasting a .933 OPS with 13 home runs and 43 RBI in 38 games. He could soon join the Twins' active roster if Joe Mauer's concussion symptoms linger. It's unclear what the Angels got in return for the 31-year-old slugger.
May 22 - 7:14 PM

Khris Davis (groin) remains out of the Athletics' starting lineup on Tuesday night.

But it's notable that he has not yet been placed on the 10-day disabled list. Davis suffered a right groin strain in Sunday's series finale against the Blue Jays. Matt Joyce is starting at DH and batting leadoff for Oakland on Tuesday against Mariners right-hander Mike Leake.
May 22 - 7:12 PM

Greg Bird (ankle) could return Saturday or Sunday, per Yankees manager Aaron Boone.

Bird has batted just .192 over 35 plate appearances on his minor league rehab assignment, but he does have two home runs and nine walks for an .823 OPS. The 25-year-old is worth stashing right now in fantasy leagues that allow for daily lineup changes. He'll carry big-time power potential with the Yankees, even if he platoons at first base.
May 22 - 7:10 PM

Mariners manager Scott Servais said he doesn't expect Dee Gordon (toe) to be out much longer than 10 days.

Gordon was placed on the disabled list Tuesday afternoon after being diagnosed with a fracture in his right big toe, but it's a minor fracture and so this won't be too long of an absence. That's great news, as the 30-year-old speedster has batted .304 with 16 stolen bases and 25 runs scored in 45 games this season for Seattle. He recently moved back to second base (from center field) following the announcement of Robinson Cano's 80-game drug suspension.
May 22 - 7:05 PM

Rich Hill (blister) threw a 31-pitch bullpen session Tuesday with a band-aid on his left middle finger.

"It’s healing pretty well now," he said of his latest blister. Hill is not allowed to pitch with that band-aid on his hand in MLB games, so it'll probably be at least another three weeks before he returns to the Dodgers' rotation. Brock Stewart is starting in his place Tuesday night against the Rockies.
May 22 - 7:01 PM

Jose Bautista is starting in left field and batting fifth for the Mets on Tuesday night against the Marlins.

Bautista caught a flight to New York this afternoon and officially signed his one-year major league contract with the Mets upon his arrival at Citi Field. The 37-year-old hit two home runs in 12 games with the Braves before they released him on Sunday, but he also had a poor .143/.250/.343 overall batting line. This version of Joey Bats is not worth consideration in standard mixed fantasy leagues.
May 22 - 6:53 PM

Angels released INF/OF Ryan Schimpf.

Schimpf was batting just .178/.288/.355 over 125 plate appearances this season at the Triple-A level. The 30-year-old will try to latch on with a new organization.
May 22 - 6:49 PM
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