Danny Salazar has been scratched from Friday's scheduled start against the Angels due to illness.
The Indians presumably will hope that he'll be ready to go at some point over the weekend. Trevor Bauer will start Friday in Salazar's place and will be on regular rest.
Matt Holliday (quad) will return to St. Louis this weekend to be re-evaluated.
Holliday has been working out at the Cardinals' spring training facility in Florida. It appears he's looking to get cleared to ramp up his activities, and the goal remains to get him back within the next couple weeks.
Matt Adams (quad) is not ready to begin a rehab assignment yet.
Cardinals manager Mike Matheny previously indicated that Adams could return by "September 1st-ish," but obviously that's not going to happen. The first baseman continues to work out at the club's spring training facility and should be activated in a couple weeks if all goes well. "Apparently, I said a hard-line Sept. 1, which I don’t remember," he said. "If that doesn’t happen, then people are going to be all up in arms."
Jon Jay (wrist) could begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Memphis on Friday.
He'll report to Memphis on Friday but might not begin playing in games just yet. Jay began taking batting practice earlier this week and hasn't had any issues with his nagging left wrist injury. He should be on track to be activated from the disabled list within the next two weeks.
The Mariners have fired general manager Jack Zduriencik.
Zduriencik has seemingly been on the hot seat for a few years now and it's not a surprise to see him get the boot in the midst of the Mariners' disappointing season. Assistant GM Jeff Kingston will handle the GM duties for the remainder of the season, although it's unclear whether he might be a candidate to get the full-time gig. FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal says that the club has already reached out to former Rockies GM Dan O'Dowd.