Brewers signed RHP Jeremy Jeffress to a minor league contract.
Jeffress elected free agency after being designated for assignment by the Blue Jays earlier this month. He's a former first-round pick of the Brewers and cracked the majors with them before being sent to the Royals as part of the Zack Greinke deal.
David Freese was a late scratch from Friday's lineup due to tightness in his right quad.
Freese dealt with the same injury late in spring training. The good news is that the Angels say it's not serious and he could be available to pinch-hit. Ian Stewart took Freese's spot at third base Friday.
Nolan Reimold (neck) resumed baseball activities Friday.
Reimold has been dealing with a recurrence of his chronic neck injury and was moved to the 60-day DL earlier this month. The Orioles are hoping to get him back in late May, but it's far from a given.
Manny Machado (knee) will play five innings at third base in an extended spring training game Saturday.
Machado was cleared after doing some sliding on Friday with no issues. It will be the third baseman's first game action since last October's knee surgery. The Orioles have been careful not to make any hard and fast deadlines for Machado, but it's beginning to look like he should be ready to go pretty early on in May.
Vidal Nuno is expected to start on Sunday against the Rays.
The Yankees need a spot starter following Wednesday's doubleheader, and Nuno makes the most sense. He last pitched on April 8 and got up to 67 pitches in the outing (though he allowed seven runs over 3 1/3 innings).