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Randal Grichuk (knee) has been assigned to High-A Dunedin to begin a minor league rehab assignment.

Grichuk landed on the disabled list at the end of April with a sprained PCL in his right knee, but he's made steady progress in recent days and is ready to test himself in game action. With the emergence of Teoscar Hernandez, it's unclear where Grichuk will fit once he's deemed ready to go. The 26-year-old was struggling with a .106/.208/.227 batting line over 25 games prior to the injury.
May 22 - 9:45 AM

Anibal Sanchez (hamstring) was knocked around for eight runs over 3 2/3 innings Monday in a rehab start with Triple-A Gwinnett.

Ouch. Sanchez allowed eight hits -- including two homers -- while walking three and striking out five. He got stretched out to 69 pitches. Sanchez has been out for over a month after straining his right hamstring during pre-game warm-ups. The Braves have been aiming for a possible return to start one of the games in a doubleheader against the Mets on May 28, but it's unclear if Monday's poor showing will change that plan. Either way, he's likely to function primarily as a long reliever upon his return.
May 22 - 9:38 AM

Steven Souza (pectoral) struck out as a pinch hitter Monday against the Brewers.

It was his first game action since aggravating his right pectoral injury on Friday. There's been some chatter about a potential stint on the disabled list, but that he was able to pinch hit is a sign that he could return to the starting lineup soon.
May 22 - 8:58 AM

Wade Davis pitched a scoreless ninth against the Dodgers on Monday to earn his 17th save of the season.

Davis struck out one, and he allowed just an infield single to Matt Kemp; with Kemp being erased on a base running mistake as he turned towards second base and was tagged out. Davis is now 17-for-19 on saves this year, and his WHIP lowers to 1.03 to pair with his 2.66 ERA in 21 appearances.
May 22 - 12:52 AM

Carlos Gonzalez drove in the go-ahead run on a pinch-hit single against the Dodgers on Monday.

It wasn't exactly hard contact, but Gonzalez put the ball in play against Scott Alexander and Chase Utley wasn't able to make the play. It's the 16th RBI of the season for the outfielder, and it "ups" his line to .226/.270/.387 over 106 at-bats in 2018.
May 22 - 12:48 AM

Gerardo Parra hit a solo homer to help the Rockies beat the Dodgers on Monday.

Parra's homer was a solo shot off of Walker Buehler, and it was the first hit of the game for the Rockies in the top of the fifth inning that tied the game at 1-1. Parra now has three homers on the year, and he's slashing .277/.322/.394 on the season over 43 games.
May 22 - 12:48 AM

Max Muncy hit a solo homer in a loss to the Rockies on Monday.

Muncy's homer came off of German Marquez in the fourth inning to give the Dodgers a brief 1-0 lead, and gives Muncy five on the season. He also walked twice, and the first baseman now has his on-base percentage up to .372 to go along with his .535 slugging percentage. In a year where Los Angeles hasn't had much go right, Muncy has been one of the few pleasant surprises.
May 22 - 12:48 AM

Walker Buehler was excellent in a no decision against the Rockies on Monday, giving up just one run over seven innings with six strikeouts.

Buehler allowed just two hits on the evening, but one of them was a solo shot by Gerardo Parra to tie the game at 1-1 and eliminate him from factoring in the decision. Outside of that, the right-hander was spectacular, and consistently fooled the Colorado lineup through his seven innings. He was hit by a line drive to his rib section, but he was able to stay in the game. It's an excellent bounce-back from his struggles on Wednesday, and his ERA drops to 2.38 with 40 strikeouts in 34 innings. Buehler's back on the mound next Monday against the Phillies.
May 22 - 12:48 AM
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