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  • C.J. Cron (hand) back in Rockies lineup Sunday
    C.J. Cron (hand) is in the Rockies starting lineup Sunday against the Padres. 

    Advice: Cron had missed three straight games with hand soreness after he was hit by a pitch on Wednesday. He's ready to go on Sunday, playing first base and batting cleanup against the Padres.  NBCSportsEDGE.com 9 minutes ago
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    12:10 pm vs SD
     
  • Perdomo lands on injured list with calf strain
    Brewers placed RHP Luis Perdomo on the 15-day injured list with a right calf strain. 

    Advice: The move is retroactive to September 24. With Perdomo on the injured list, it clears a spot on the active roster for Freddy Peralta, who returns for his start against the Brewers on Sunday. Perdomo posted a 3.80 ERA across 23 2/3 innings in relief for Milwaukee this season.  NBCSportsEDGE.com 11 minutes ago
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    10:40 am @Cin
     
  • Peralta (shoulder) activated for start versus Reds
    Brewers activated RHP Freddy Peralta from the 15-day injured list. 

    Advice: Peralta has been out since September 8 with right shoulder inflammation. He's set to make his return Sunday with a start against the Reds. The 26-year-old right-hander has posted a 3.45 ERA, 1.02 WHIP, and 76 strikeouts across 70 1/3 innings this season. He'll likely be on a pitch count for his final start, but will look to finish strong heading into the 2023 season.  NBCSportsEDGE.com 14 minutes ago
     
  • Hoerner (triceps) returns to Cubs lineup Sunday
    Nico Hoerner (triceps) is in the Cubs starting lineup Sunday against the Pirates. 

    Advice: Hoerner is finally ready to return after missing nearly two weeks with a right triceps strain. Though he never hit the injured list. He'll be the designated hitter Sunday against the Pirates, batting fifth in the lineup.  NBCSportsEDGE.com 59 minutes ago
     
  • Ronald Acuña Jr. (back) out again Sunday vs. PHI
    Ronald Acuña Jr. (back) is not in the Braves starting lineup Sunday against the Phillies. 

    Advice: Acuña Jr. will miss his fourth consecutive game with back tightness. He is still considered day-to-day at this point and could return to the lineup Monday against the Nationals. Robbie Grossman will get another start in right field.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Today, 7:34 am
     
  • Phillies designate Johan Camargo for assignment
    Phillies designated INF Johan Camargo for assignment. 

    Advice: Camargo was waived to make space for Chris Devenski on the 40-man roster. The 28-year-old infielder was hitting just .213/.311/.298 with two homers over 167 plate appearances in Triple-A.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Today, 7:29 am
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    10:05 am vs Atl
     
  • Phillies select Chris Devenski from Triple-A
    Phillies selected the contract of RHP Chris Devenski from Triple-A Lehigh Valley. 

    Advice: Devenski will take Brad Hand's place on the active roster after Hand was placed on the injured list with elbow tendinitis. The 31-year-old right-hander was signed to a minor league contract late last month after missing the better part of the last two seasons after undergoing Tommy John surgery. To make space on the 40-man roster, Johan Camargo was designated for assignment.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Today, 7:27 am
     
  • Brad Hand (elbow) lands on 15-day injured list
    Phillies placed LHP Brad Hand on the 15-day injured list with left elbow tendinitis. 

    Advice: The move is retroactive to September 22. Hand struggled in his last outing, giving up four runs while recording just one out against the Red Sox. The 32-year-old left-hander has been otherwise excellent this season, posting a 2.80 ERA with five saves over 45 innings. Chris Devenski was activated in the corresponding move to take Hand's place in the bullpen.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Today, 7:24 am
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    10:05 am vs Atl
     
  • Kershaw solid again in victory over Cardinals
    Clayton Kershaw struck out seven over six innings of two-run baseball Saturday to get a win over the Cardinals.

    Advice: Kershaw, 34, scattered seven hits with one walk. The only damage on the scoreboard was a two-run homer by Nolan Arenado. Outside of that, it was another strong performance for the future Hall of Famer that saw him improve his record to 10-3 and see his ERA rise only slightly to 2.42. The Dodgers could start messing with the rotation to adjust for the postseason, but he's lined up to face the Rockies in his next outing.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Yesterday, 9:20 pm