Steve Pearce was removed from Friday's game against the Twins in the third inning due to a right abdominal strain.
Pearce may have tweaked something while going into the stands trying to catch a foul pop up in the top half of the second inning. It sounds as if the O's are considering him day-to-day, so expect him to return to the lineup at some point over the weekend.
Yusmeiro Petit will make another start for the Giants on Tuesday against the Rockies in Colorado.
With as well as he's currently pitching, it's hard to justify Tim Lincecum taking back his place in the rotation. If Petit has another good outing in the house of horrors that is Coors Field, he may be given an opportunity to possess the rotation spot for the remainder of the season.
Chris Owings is expected to rejoin the Diamondbacks when rosters expand on Monday.
Owings is currently on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Reno, where he's starting at second base. He's expected to share time in the middle infield with Didi Gregorius upon his return. A.J. Pollock and Daniel Hudson also look to be on track to join the Diamondbacks on Monday.
Cody Ross (calf) took live batting practice without issue on Friday, and is expected to return to the Diamondbacks on Monday when rosters expand.
Ross was also able to run the bases on Friday. He has been sidelined since mid-July due to a strained calf, and isn't expected to see everyday at-bats even after his return. His days of fantasy relevancy in mixed leagues look to be over.
Juan Uribe (hamstring) ran the bases without any pain on Friday, and remains on track to return to the Dodgers lineup when first eligible on Saturday.
The veteran third baseman has been taking batting practice all week without any issues, and running the bases was the final hurdler that he needed to clear before given the go-ahead to return. Justin Turner has been filling in during Uribe's absence, and will be relegated back to a bench role upon his return.