DJ LeMahieu (knee) is out of the Rockies' lineup again Wednesday.
LeMahieu appeared as a defensive replacement Tuesday and hoped to make it back to the starting lineup Wednesday, but the Rockies apparently don't want to rush things. Daniel Descalso will continue to fill in at second base.
Trevor Story is not in Wednesday's lineup against the Blue Jays.
Story went 0-for-4 in his return to the lineup Tuesday. With the quick turnaround, the Rockies are likely just being cautious about his injured finger. Cristhian Adames is playing shortstop and batting second.
Diamondbacks RHP prospect Tyler Mark registered a career-high 10 strikeouts over seven shutout frames Tuesday in a win for Low-A Hillsboro.
He scattered three hits and didn't walk a batter. The seven-inning effort was Mark's longest of the year. It was also his first victory after going winless over his first 10 outings. The 21-year-old struggled through a dismal seven-game stretch at Low-A Kane County earlier this year (0-5, 8.03 ERA) but has looked more at home in Hillsboro with a 4.96 ERA through his first three starts. The Diamondbacks drafted Mark in the sixth round last year out of Concordia University in Irvine, California.
Nick Ahmed is not in Wednesday's lineup against the Phillies.
He'll take a seat against right-hander Zach Eflin. Jean Segura will start at shortstop while Phil Gosselin will play second base.
Cubs LHP prospect Carson Sands hurled seven scoreless innings Tuesday in a win for Low-A South Bend.
He finished with four strikeouts while allowing just one walk. The victory snapped a three-start winless streak for Sands. Opponents have hit just .215 against the right-hander this year and have yet to homer off him in 200 at-bats. Unfortunately his K/BB sits at a disappointing 1.26 (34 Ks, 27 BB). He'll need to correct that if he wants a promotion to High-A Myrtle Beach at some point this year.