Giants released INF Everth Cabrera.
Cabrera signed a minor league deal with the Giants in mid-July but went on to bat just .231 at Triple-A Sacramento. The future is cloudy for the 28-year-old shortstop.
Logan Forsythe (groin) is in the Rays' starting lineup on Wednesday against the Orioles.
Forsythe made an early exit from Tuesday night's game after experiencing tightness in his left groin, but he felt fine taking grounders during pregame festivities on Wednesday. He'll bat fifth and start at second base.
Adeiny Hechavarria (hamstring) is considered day-to-day.
Hechavarria made an early departure from the Marlins' matinee game against the Braves on Wednesday after tweaking his left hamstring while legging out a bunt single. He could be out for a couple of games.
Miguel Sano (hamstring) is in the Twins' starting lineup on Wednesday night against the White Sox.
Sano has been nursing a mild right hamstring strain since last Thursday, but the young designated hitter has simply been taking it easy on the bases and will continue to do so as the Twins try to maintain a good spot in the American League Wild Card race. Sano hit his 14th home run on Tuesday night and he boasts a 1.011 OPS with 41 RBI through his first 50 major league games.
Raisel Iglesias limited the Cubs to two runs and struck out 10 batters over seven innings Wednesday in the Reds' 8-5 afternoon victory at Wrigley Field.
It was another fine performance from the 25-year-old Cuban right-hander, who has now rattled off three straight double-digit strikeout games. Iglesias boasts a 3.81 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, and 97/26 K/BB ratio in 87 1/3 innings this season. He's probably going to be moved to the bullpen soon to finish out the 2015 campaign, but it's certainly been an eye-opening summer.