Addison Russell (hamstring) is scheduled to be reevaluated Tuesday.
Russell exited Monday's game against the Cardinals after he felt a "grab" in his left hamstring. He downplayed the situation, but his availability for Game 4 on Tuesday is uncertain.
Steve Tolleson has elected free agency.
Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos accused Tolleson of quitting on the team earlier this year over an injury. Needless to say, he's highly unlikely to return.
Todd Redmond has elected free agency.
Redmond was outrighted off the Blue Jays' 40-man roster three times this season. The 30-year-old right-hander spent most of the year in Triple-A and will look for a better opportunity elsewhere.
Matt Harvey lasted just five innings Monday but was good enough to pick up the victory in the Mets' 13-7 NLDS Game 3 win over the Dodgers.
Harvey set the Dodgers down in order in the first inning, but it was a grind for him after that. He gave up four straight singles to start the second to put the Mets in an early 3-0 hole and had to work to strand five runners over the next three frames. He did record seven strikeouts but also allowed seven hits and walked two, needing 97 pitches to complete the five frames. The Mets will attempt to finish off the Dodgers on Tuesday with Steven Matz on the hill.
Brett Anderson was lit up for six runs over just three innings of work in Monday's loss to the Mets.
Anderson retired the Mets 1-2-3 in the first inning and was then staked to a 3-0 lead in the top of the second. He gave it right up by yielding four runs in the bottom of the second before serving up a two-run shot to Travis d'Arnaud in the third. It was an ugly outing from the left-hander and further enhances the notion that the Dodgers can only really trust two starters. One of those starters, Clayton Kershaw, will get the ball on short rest in Game 4 Tuesday as the Dodgers try to avoid elimination.