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Blue Jays activated LHP J.A. Happ from the 60-day disabled list.

Happ will return to start Wednesday night against the Mariners. The 31-year-old hasn't pitched for the Blue Jays since he struck in the head by a line drive on May 7, suffering a skull fracture behind his left ear and a sprained right knee. He posted a 6.75 ERA over three rehab starts.
Tue, Aug 6, 2013 08:57:00 AM

Michael Conforto (hand) remained out of the Mets' lineup Wednesday.

He hasn't played since being hit on the left hand by a pitch Sunday. A pair of X-rays revealed no fracture, but Conforto wasn't able to grip a bat without pain Tuesday and it's unclear when he'll be ready to return to action. In the meantime, Curtis Granderson will continue to get starts. Lucas Duda is also getting a breather Wednesday, as Wilmer Flores is at first base and T.J. Rivera is at third.
Jun 28 - 3:29 PM

Blue Jays signed OF Michael Saunders to a minor league contract.

Saunders was cut loose by the Phillies after hitting just .205/.257/.360 this season. They remain on the hook for all but a prorated portion of the veteran minimum. Saunders has been terrible at the dish since last year's All-Star break, but he was terrific for the Jays in the first half of 2016 and they'll hope he can recreate some of that. He could eventually be an option for them in left field.
Jun 28 - 3:25 PM

Yankees placed DH Matt Holliday on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to June 25, with a viral infection.

Holliday has been feeling fatigued and is headed back to New York for further testing. The Yankees aren't sure at this point whether he's dealing with a virus or maybe allergies. They'll find out soon enough. Miguel Andujar has replaced him on the roster and should see regular starts in the DH spot.
Jun 28 - 3:11 PM

Hanley Ramirez (knee) remained out of the Red Sox' lineup Wednesday.

He's missed three games now with a sore left knee. Sam Travis is filling in at designated hitter.
Jun 28 - 3:08 PM

Carlos Gomez (back) remained out of the Rangers' lineup Wednesday.

He's missed two straight starts with a sore back. Gomez is considered day-to-day. Delino DeShields is again in center field.
Jun 28 - 3:05 PM

Tigers activated DH Victor Martinez from the 10-day disabled list.

Martinez missed nearly two weeks of action with an irregular heartbeat. Thankfully, it appears that he's going to be fine. He'll go back to being the Tigers' regular designated hitter.
Jun 28 - 3:02 PM

Giants placed RHP Mark Melancon on the 10-day disabled list with a right pronator strain.

It's the same injury that sent him to the DL last month. Melancon missed barely over the minimum amount of time the first trip, but the Giants would figure to be more careful with him this go-round. Sam Dyson is expected to handle the closing duties for the Giants while Melancon is sidelined.
Jun 28 - 2:51 PM

Royals recalled OF Jorge Soler from Triple-A Omaha.

Soler was sent down earlier this month after batting an ugly .164/.292/.273 over his first 65 plate appearances. However, he hit a robust .333/.478/.736 with eight homers over 20 games for Omaha since being optioned and should get a good number of starts in the designated hitter spot with Brandon Moss struggling.
Jun 28 - 2:43 PM

Jim Salisbury of CSNPhilly.com writes that Howie Kendrick (hamstring) being placed on the disabled list is "looking likely."

Kendrick had been slated to start a second straight game in the designated hitter spot Wednesday, but he told Phillies manager Pete Mackanin that he wasn't feeling up to it. He hasn't started a game in the field in a week due to a strained left hamstring. The Phillies will certainly be hoping that Kendrick's absence will be short, as they're likely to shop him before the trade deadline.
Jun 28 - 2:36 PM

DJ LeMahieu (groin) is not in the Rockies' lineup Wednesday.

He's on the lineup sheet among the team's reserves, though, so it appears LeMahieu will avoid the disabled list for the time being. He exited Tuesday's game with a cramp in his right groin. Pat Valaika is handing second base Wednesday.
Jun 28 - 1:48 PM

Koda Glover (back) has yet to resume a throwing program.

It looked at the time a little over two weeks ago when Glover was placed on the disabled list that his absence would be a short one, but his recovery from a lower back injury is coming along more slowly than expected. At this point, a return before the All-Star break doesn't appear very likely. Glover probably would've gotten his closer job back if his absence was brief and it's still possible he could. However, it's looking like the Nationals might have already traded for a ninth-inning man by the time Glover makes it back.
Source: MASN Sports
Jun 28 - 1:27 PM




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