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David Freese is considered day-to-day after being diagnosed with right calf tightness.

Freese suffered the injury during an at-bat in Monday's game. He didn't appear to be limping too badly and will probably be OK to start Game 4, but we'll have to wait on updates from the Cardinals.
Mon, Oct 14, 2013 10:00:00 PM

Carlos Rodon (biceps) will rejoin the White Sox' rotation this week.

Manager Rick Renteria hinted Saturday that Rodon was ready to go and he made it official Sunday. It's unclear which day he'll make his 2017 debut, but he would be on regular rest Wednesday against the Yankees. Rodon has been on the shelf all season with left biceps tendinitis.
Jun 25 - 12:12 PM

Matt Kemp (hamstring) has been added to the Braves' lineup on Sunday.

Kemp had been slated to miss a third straight start with a tight hamstring, but he talked his way into the lineup. He's in left field and batting cleanup against Zach Davies and the Brewers.
Jun 25 - 11:50 AM

Miguel Sano (illness) is back in the Twins' lineup Sunday.

Sano had been feeling under the weather. Max Kepler (foot) and Eddie Rosario (illness) are also back in there.
Jun 25 - 11:20 AM

Yunel Escobar (thumb) remained out of the Angels' lineup Sunday.

Escobar is feeling better, but he'll miss a second straight start with a strained left thumb. Kaleb Cowart is at third base.
Jun 25 - 11:12 AM

Jason Heyward (hand) will hit off a tee Sunday.

Heyward took some light swings Saturday and is ready to take the next step. He's working his way back from an abrasion on his right hand and could be activated on Thursday when first eligible.
Jun 25 - 11:00 AM

Kyle Hendricks (hand) played catch Saturday with no issues.

He'll play catch again Sunday. Hendricks had been shut down for the last two weeks with tendinitis in his right hand, but it appears he's making some progress. Obviously, he's at the beginning of his throwing progression, so it still figures to be a couple weeks before he returns even if all goes well.
Jun 25 - 10:59 AM

Nomar Mazara (forearm) remained out of the Rangers' lineup Sunday.

He's missed two straight starts because of a bruised right forearm that came as a result of an Aroldis Chapman hit by pitch. Delino DeShields is in left field and Shin-Soo Choo is in right.
Jun 25 - 10:18 AM

Blake Snell will start for the Rays on Wednesday in Pittsburgh.

Erasmo Ramirez is headed back to the bullpen. Snell was sent down last month after posting a 4.71 ERA over seven starts, but he's earned another opportunity with a 2.66 ERA and 61/15 K/BB ratio over 44 innings at Triple-A Durham. The left-hander is going to get swings and misses, but we'll see whether the improved control he showed at Durham translates now that he's back in the majors. We're skeptical.
Jun 25 - 10:11 AM

Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Cardinals will recall Randal Grichuk from Triple-A Memphis prior to Sunday's game versus the Pirates.

The corresponding move isn't known yet. Grichuk had an eight-game hitting streak going at Memphis and had homered in six of his last 10 contests. He also sported a 29 percent strikeout rate and 4.8 percent walk rate, so the plate discipline the Cards hoped he'd magically find in the minors didn't happen. Manager Mike Matheny noted Saturday that he didn't think it would be wise to recall Grichuk and not play him, so he should be in the lineup fairly regularly. Who sits is the question, as Tommy Pham has been one of the team's best players over the last seven weeks.
Jun 25 - 8:48 AM

J.C. Ramirez kept the Red Sox to one run over six innings Saturday, leading the Angels to a 6-3 victory.

Ramirez gave up just four hits, one of which was a Mitch Moreland solo home run for the only Sox run against him. He also didn't walk a batter while striking out five. A lot of the shine has worn off the 28-year-old since his surprising start to the season, but he's still 7-5 with a passable 4.38 ERA in 17 appearances. Another tough test is on tap for Thursday, when the Angels travel "across town" to face the Dodgers in an interleague battle.
Jun 25 - 12:23 AM

Josh Harrison doubled, homered and scored two runs in the Pirates' 7-3 win over the Cardinals on Saturday.

Harrison got busy early, doubling into the left field corner in the first inning and scoring on a Josh Bell single. He drove himself in in the fifth inning, just barely clearing the left field wall for a solo homer, his ninth dinger of the year. The 29-year-old also plated a second run when he was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the sixth. Harrison doesn't have a permanent home on the diamond, but he's not leaving the lineup any time soon, hitting .294/.374/.463 in 72 games this year.
Jun 24 - 11:58 PM




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