Brett Cecil will undergo an MRI on his left calf.
Cecil departed Friday's game with tightness in the calf. We'll have to wait and see what the MRI says, but his availability for the remainder of the series is certainly in question. Cecil held a 2.48 ERA and 70/13 K/BB ratio over 54 1/3 relief innings during the regular season.
Brett Cecil is dealing with tightness in his left calf.
Cecil suffered the injury while tagging out Mike Napoli in a rundown in the eighth inning of Friday's game and limped off the field gingerly. It's unclear at this point whether it might affect his availability for Game 3. Losing Cecil would obviously be a big blow to the Blue Jays' bullpen.
Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that the Padres will interview Angels assistant general manager Scott Servais for their vacant manager job.
However, Lin says that Servais is "a longshot for the job" and is expected to join former boss Jerry Dipoto in Seattle. Servais, 48, does not have any experience as a manager or a coach. The Padres have already interviewed Arizona third base coach Andy Green.
Steven Matz (back) has officially made the Mets' NLDS roster.
And he's in line to start a potential Game 4 in New York after throwing 80 pitches in a simulated game on Thursday with no issues. Matz missed his final outing of the regular season due to some spasms in his upper back, but he appears to be all systems go now.
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Phillies will interview Kim Ng for their vacant general manager position.
A former executive with the Yankees, Dodgers and White Sox, Ng currently works in the MLB Central office. She would be the third to interview for Ruben Amaro's old post, as ex-Marlins GM Larry Beinfest interviewed a couple weeks ago and Indians executive Ross Atkins will interview this week. Heyman says that Angels assistant GM Matt Klentak, Royals assistant GM J.J. Piccolo, Rangers assistant GM Thad Levine and possibly ex-Red Sox GM Ben Cherington have also been rumored as possible targets for the Phils.