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Collin McHugh (finger) will be re-evaluated after he throws a bullpen session on Thursday.

McHugh was expected to throw on Wednesday, but he played catch in the outfield instead. The catch session went off without a hitch, but the real test will be Thursday. "It's kind of unpredictable," McHugh said. "I could see them going either way with it for the next start." If McHugh can't go Saturday, the Astros will likely rearrange their rotation to have Jarred Cosart make the start instead.
Jul 9 - 9:50 PM

Jenrry Mejia escaped danger in the ninth inning to pick up his ninth save of the season as the Mets earned a 4-1 victory over the Braves on Wednesday.

Mejia gave up back-to-back one-out singles, giving the Braves at least two at-bats with the tying run at the plate. Mejia, however, was able to get Chris Johnson to foul out and Tommy La Stella to strike out to end the game. The 24-year-old right-hander is now 9-for-11 in save chances with a 3.98 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, and a 64/31 K/BB ratio.
Jul 9 - 9:49 PM

Travis d'Arnaud belted a two-run home run, his only hit in three at-bats, as the Mets defeated the Braves on Wednesday.

d'Arnaud has been performing better since returning from a two-week demotion to Triple-A. His seventh-inning two-run home run, his third in 13 games since returning and sixth of the season, off of Ervin Santana padded his team's lead to 4-1. The catcher is slashing .213/.289/.354 with 19 RBI on the season.
Jul 9 - 9:45 PM

Ervin Santana fell to 7-6 after relenting four runs over seven innings in Wednesday's loss against the Mets.

Santana was strong over the first six innings, giving up just one run, but the Mets got to him with a three-run seventh inning. The right-hander gave up six hits -- including Travis d'Arnaud's two-run home run -- while walking two and striking out four. Santana now has a 4.01 ERA, a 1.26 WHIP, and a 96/31 K/BB ratio. When the team returns after the All-Star break, Santana will match up against the Phillies at home in his next start.
Jul 9 - 9:41 PM

Brandon Phillips left Wednesday's game against the Cubs with a potential left wrist injury.

Phillips injured himself diving for a ground ball in the eighth inning. He stayed down for a long time, clearly in a lot of pain, as teammates gathered around. He then walked off with a trainer, holding his wrist. The Reds should give an update on his status shortly.
Jul 9 - 9:39 PM

In his first start since May 10, Dillon Gee held the Braves to one run over seven innings en route to his fourth win on Wednesday.

Gee had been out for nearly two months with a strained lat. His effort helped the Mets extend their winning streak to four games and they'll go for a series sweep against the Braves on Thursday. The right-hander held the Braves to six hits and a walk while striking out four. Gee, now 4-1, has a 2.56 ERA, a 1.06 WHIP, and a 37/16 K/BB ratio. He'll take the hill after the All-Star break, taking on the Padres in San Diego.
Jul 9 - 9:37 PM

Yadier Molina left Wednesday's game against the Pirates with a right thumb sprain.

Trainers checked on Molina after he slid into third base in the second inning, and Tony Cruz pinch hit for him an inning later. The Cardinals said he will be re-evaluated on Thursday.
Jul 9 - 9:28 PM

Kevin Siegrist (forearm, shoulder) threw a bullpen session Wednesday and said he's ready for a rehab assignment.

"I feel good," Siegrist said. "I'm ready. This has been no fun." The session was Siegrist's third pain-free session. He's been on the disabled list since May 24, so he still may not be ready for activation immediately after the All-Star break, but assuming things go well he shouldn't be out for too much longer.
Jul 9 - 9:21 PM
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