Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reports that C.J. Wilson has been diagnosed with a left elbow impingement.
The injury is more serious than the mild inflammation that landed the southpaw on the disabled list. There is no clear timetable for his return from the disabled list at the moment.
Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports that theRockies are expected to recall Kyle Parker from Triple-A Albuquerque on Saturday.
He'll take the place of the injured Corey Dickerson. The 25-year-old is hitting .280/.326/.431 with nine homers and 58 RBI in 93 games at Triple-A, though he isn't likely to see enough playing time to be fantasy relevant outside of NL-only formats.
Kole Calhoun is not in the Angels starting lineup for Saturday afternoon's contest against the Dodgers.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia is utilizing his improved bench to give Calhoun a breather against dominant left-hander Clayton Kershaw. Shane Victorino will start in right field while David DeJesus gets the call in left.
Chris Iannetta is not in the Angels starting lineup on Saturday.
It's just a routine day of rest for the veteran backstop against tough opposing southpaw Clayton Kershaw. Carlos Perez will start behind the dish for the Halos and bat sixth on Saturday.
Joc Pederson remains out of the Dodgers lineup on Saturday.
The young outfielder has been in a massive slump at the plate, so skipper Don Mattingly wanted to give him a few days to clear his head. Pederson hit an atrocious .169/.229/.258 with one home run, five RBI and a 31/4 K/BB ratio in the month of July.
C.J. Wilson (elbow) will announce his own MRI results on Saturday.
Wilson was placed on the disabled list on Friday with what was supposed to be minor elbow inflammation, so the fact that Wilson wants to announce the news himself could mean there is a more serious ailment at play. Stay tuned.
Nathan Karns will make his next start on Monday against the White Sox.
He gets moved back a day as Jake Odorizzi will take the hill on Sunday against the Red Sox. It's a tough blow for fantasy owners in weekly formats who used Karns this week, as he loses a double, though it's made up next week with the White Sox and Mets on tap.
Jake Odorizzi will have his next start bumped up a day, as he'll pitch on Sunday against the Red Sox.
Nathan Karns, who had been scheduled to pitch Sunday, will move back a day and work against the White Sox on Monday. The Rays simply wanted to change the order of their rotation, there isn't believed to be anything physically wrong with Karns.