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  • Roberto Osuna records save No. 25
    Roberto Osuna retired the only two batters he faced to nail down his 21st save of the season in Monday's win over the Padres.

    Advice: The Blue Jays entered the bottom of the ninth with a four-run lead, but Osuna had to come on after Bo Schultz served up a two-run dinger. The closer got a foulout and a fly out to finish off the victory. Osuna is 21-for-23 in save chances and boasts a 2.03 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 51/9 K/BB ratio over 44 1/3 innings. 36 minutes ago
  • Cardinals/Mets rained out, doubleheader Tue.
    Monday's game between the Cardinals and Mets was postponed due to rain.

    Advice: The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Tuesday, beginning at 4:10 p.m. ET. Monday's starters, Noah Syndergaard and Carlos Martinez are expected to be pushed back to Game 1 on Tuesday. Jaime Garcia and Bartolo Colon will pitch the nightcap. Today, 4:12 pm
  • Marlins have inquired about Angels' Santiago
    Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports that the Marlins have inquired on Angels' starters, including left-hander Hector Santiago.

    Advice: The Marlins have also presumably asked about Matt Shoemaker, who has been on a heck of a roll over the past two months. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reported earlier Monday that the Angels are listening to offers on Santiago, who is under team control for one more season. The southpaw has a 4.32 ERA and 96/47 K/BB ratio over 110 1/3 innings this season. The Marlins are known to be in the market for starting pitching, especially with Wei-Yin Chen (elbow) going down. Today, 3:12 pm
  • Greinke (oblique) to throw bullpen Tuesday
    Zack Greinke (oblique) is scheduled to throw another bullpen session on Tuesday.

    Advice: If all goes well, Greinke will throw either a simulated game or a minor league rehab start on Friday. He appears on track for a return in early August. Greinke has been out all month with a left oblique strain. Today, 2:38 pm
    15-Day DL
    L, 7-2 @Mil
  • Ranaudo to start vs. Cubs on Wednesday
    Anthony Ranaudo will start against the Cubs on Wednesday.

    Advice: Ranaudo will start in place of Jacob Turner, who allowed 12 runs in 7 1/3 innings over two starts. Ranaudo posted a 3.03 ERA and 71/12 K/BB ratio over 92 innings in Triple-A this season, but obviously this is a matchup to avoid in fantasy leagues. Today, 2:34 pm
  • Chris Sale to start vs. Cubs on Thursday
    Chris Sale will make his return Thursday against the Cubs.

    Advice: The White Sox suspended Sale for five games after he cut up some throwback uniforms with a knife as a bizarre form of protest. There's a chance that Thursday could be a final start with the White Sox, as the trade deadline is approaching and there has been quite a bit of a chatter about a possible deal. Of course, it would require a monster haul for Chicago to part with him and they might not see the sort of offers they want. Today, 2:32 pm
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Hill describes blister as 'hot spot'
    Rich Hill described the blister on his left middle finger as "a little hot spot," but said that it's healing.

    Advice: Hill, who left a start on July 17 after just five pitches, threw a bullpen session Sunday while wearing a protective cover on his finger. It's unclear when he'll be ready to return to action, but some clarity would be nice as August 1 approaches. The southpaw is one of the top starting pitchers on the trade market. Today, 2:16 pm
  • Jimenez expected to return Tuesday
    Ubaldo Jimenez is expected to rejoin the Orioles on Tuesday.

    Advice: Jimenez has been away on paternity leave since Saturday. Despite a lengthy absence, he's considered an option to start Thursday against the Twins. Today, 1:34 pm
    Not Active
    W, 3-2 vs Col
  • D-Backs call up prospect Braden Shipley
    Diamondbacks purchased the contract of RHP Braden Shipley from Triple-A Reno.

    Advice: Shipley will make his major league debut Monday against the Brewers. The 25-year-old posted a 3.70 ERA and 77/22 K/BB ratio in 119 1/3 innings over 19 starts this season in Triple-A. It's unclear if he'll keep a rotation spot once Zack Greinke (oblique) is ready to return.Daily Slant: Shipley was the 15th overall pick back in the 2013 draft, but hasn't been great at the AAA level with just a 15.5 K% in 119.1 IP on the season. While the Brewers do strike out a ton against RHP (26.3 K%), they are in a nice spot tonight with one of the highest team totals on the slate. All of the bats in the top six of the order are squarely in play, and stacking up any combination of them is a fine GPP move. Today, 1:14 pm
  • D-Backs option Silvino Bracho to Triple-A
    Diamondbacks optioned RHP Silvino Bracho to Triple-A Reno.

    Advice: The move clears the way for Braden Shipley on the active roster. Bracho has a 6.75 ERA and 11/7 K/BB ratio over 14 2/3 innings in the majors this season. He should be back up again later this summer. Today, 1:11 pm
    Not Active
    L, 7-2 @Mil
  • Padres recall Keith Hessler from El Paso
    Padres recalled LHP Keith Hessler from Triple-A El Paso.

    Advice: Hessler will be available out of the Padres' bullpen on Monday night in Toronto. The left-hander has allowed 10 runs in six innings this year in the major leagues. Today, 1:01 pm
  • Halos reportedly listening on Hector Santiago
    ESPN's Jerry Crasnick reports the Angels are listening on starting pitcher Hector Santiago.

    Advice: And several clubs have already inquired, per Crasnick's sources. Santiago is sporting a career-worst 4.32 ERA in 110 1/3 innings this season, but the 28-year-old left-hander managed a sharp 3.55 ERA in 532 2/3 innings between 2011 and 2015. He is eligible for arbitration for the third and final time in 2017. Today, 11:05 am
  • Marlins interested in Seattle's Wade Miley
    Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports the Marlins have interest in Seattle starter Wade Miley.

    Advice: Miley struggled in 2014 with the Red Sox and has been even worse since the offseason trade that sent him to the Mariners. Miami, a half-game up on the second Wild Card, should probably shoot a little higher. The 29-year-old left-hander is sitting on a 5.23 ERA, 1.42 WHIP, and 73/33 K/BB ratio through 105 innings this season, and he's owed $8.97 million in 2017. Today, 8:51 am
  • Whitley (elbow) goes two scoreless in rehab
    Chase Whitley (elbow) threw two scoreless innings Sunday with High-A Charlotte.

    Advice: Whitley worked around a hit and a walk for another sharp rehab appearance. He struck out three batters in a scoreless frame last week in his rehab debut. The right-hander should become an option for the Rays' bullpen (or perhaps starting rotation) by the middle of August. He underwent Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery last May. Today, 3:07 am
    60-Day DL
  • Huston Street among Giants' trade targets
    According to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, Angels closer Huston Street is among the Giants' trade targets leading up to the August 1 deadline.

    Advice: He's probably more of a backup plan, as the Giants have been linked to a number of other relievers having far better seasons. Street, 32, owns a rough 5.03 ERA and 1.93 WHIP in 19 2/3 innings this year out of the Anaheim bullpen. He has missed time with oblique and hamstring injuries. The right-hander is under contract for $9 million in 2017 and carries a $10 million club option for 2018. Today, 3:00 am
  • Kenley Jansen slasms the door on Cardinals
    Kenley Jansen slammed the door on the Cardinals in the ninth inning on Sunday, working a scoreless frame to protect a three-run advantage.

    Advice: Jansen induced a ground ball from Kolten Wong, then fanned Alberto Rosario and Randal Grichuk to retire the Cardinals without issue. He has once against been one of the most dominant closers in baseball this season, compiling a 1.45 ERA and 0.69 WHIP while converting 29 saves in 34 chances. Yesterday, 9:01 pm
  • Miley limits Blue Jays to two runs in defeat
    Wade Miley pitched well in Sunday's loss to the Blue Jays, yielding two runs on four hits over six innings.

    Advice: Fine effort from Miley, who struck out four and walked two on the afternoon. Edwin Encarnacion burned him for a solo home run in the fourth inning and Josh Donaldson drove in the second run on his line via an RBI double play in the sixth inning. Even with this respectable performance under his belt, Miley still holds a tough 5.23 ERA and 1.42 WHIP. He will try to build on Sunday's outing when he hits the road for an outwardly dreadful match-up with the Cubs next time out. Yesterday, 12:31 pm
  • Anthony Ranaudo recalled from Triple-A
    White Sox recalled RHP Anthony Ranaudo from Triple-A Charlotte.

    Advice: Ranaudo holds a 3.03 ERA and 71/12 K/BB ratio over 92 Triple-A innings this season. He'll be utilized in a relief role for now. Yesterday, 9:59 am
  • White Sox suspend Chris Sale for five games
    The White Sox have suspended Chris Sale five games for his conduct in a clubhouse incident prior to Saturday's game.

    Advice: Sale cut up some throwback uniforms with a knife after getting into a heated argument with the front office about not wanting to wear the uniforms Saturday. The left-hander is tentatively slated to rejoin the White Sox' rotation on Thursday against the Cubs. General manager Rick Hahn said that the incident won't affect the club's decision on whether to trade the lefty or not, although that could just be GM speak. Yesterday, 9:57 am
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Chris Sale won't be at ballpark Sunday's Scott Merkin reports that Chris Sale is not expected to be at the ballpark on Sunday.

    Advice: Sale was scratched from Saturday's start and sent home after a run-in with the front office regarding throwback uniforms that he didn't want to wear. The White Sox have listed him as the scheduled starter on Thursday against the Cubs, although that could be tentative. Sale has also been mentioned as a trade candidate. Yesterday, 8:22 am
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Ventura won't say when Sale will start again
    White Sox manager Robin Ventura on Saturday wouldn't say when Chris Sale would make his next start.

    Advice: Sale was scratched from Saturday's start and sent home after a dust-up with the front office regarding throwback uniforms that he didn't want to wear. "I'll talk about the game, but any of that stuff, we'll wait on that," Ventura said. "I'm not going to discuss what went on in there. But (it's) unfortunate he didn't start tonight. Proud of the guys who filled in." Jose Quintana will start as scheduled on Sunday. Miguel Gonzalez is currently slated to take the ball Monday, although that seems like a spot Sale could easily slide into, assuming he and the front office work out their issues. The left-hander might be traded prior to the deadline. Yesterday, 6:33 am
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Zack Greinke (oblique) throws bullpen session
    Zack Greinke (oblique) threw a 45-pitch bullpen session Saturday.

    Advice: Greinke came out of the session with no issues. Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale said that the club is still determining what the next step will be for Greinke, although it's possible he's ready to make a rehab start. A return in early August is looking likely if he can avoid a setback. Yesterday, 6:14 am
    15-Day DL
    L, 7-2 @Mil
  • Sale sent home for cutting up throwback uni
    Tommy Stokke of FanRag Sports reports Chris Sale was sent home from U.S. Cellular Field on Saturday after cutting up throwback jerseys that he did not want to wear.

    Advice: This story takes another fascinating turn. Via FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal: "Sale asked that they not wear (throwbacks) on his day because they are uncomfortable. Things escalated when they wouldn't relent." Sale went after the jerseys with a knife during pregame batting practice, and then apparently exchanged some words with members of the White Sox front office for putting merchandise sales ahead of winning. He could be traded before the August 1 deadline, though that wouldn't really have anything to do with this odd incident. Matt Albers is starting in Sale's place on Saturday night against the Tigers. Saturday, 5:17 pm
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Sale altercation was with front office staff
    ESPN's Jerry Crasnick hears the Chris Sale clubhouse incident was with front office staff.

    Advice: Crasnick says the incident began with something "silly" and blew up into a bigger argument. It did not get physical, per a press release from the club, but the words exchanged were serious enough to cause the White Sox to scratch their ace from his scheduled start Saturday night against the Tigers. Matt Albers is going to take the mound instead versus Detroit. Saturday, 4:24 pm
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Braden Shipley to make MLB debut Monday
    Diamondbacks pitching prospect Braden Shipley will be called up to make his major league debut Monday in Milwaukee.

    Advice: Shipley will be filling in for Zack Greinke, who remains sidelined with an oblique injury. The former first-round draft pick (15th overall in 2013) has registered a 3.70 ERA, 1.28 WHIP, and 77/22 K/BB ratio in 119 1/3 innings this season at Triple-A Reno. It's not clear whether he'll get another turn after Monday. Saturday, 4:15 pm
  • Report: Sox still talking to teams about Sale
    According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, the White Sox are talking to teams about Chris Sale.

    Advice: That's not exactly breaking news -- trade rumors have swirled around Sale for weeks -- but Passan's report is relevant because those discussions are ongoing even after the ace left-hander was scratched from his scheduled start Saturday against the Tigers because of a pregame clubhouse incident. We don't have any details about that incident, only that it was non-physical and did not cause an injury. This could be a very busy night for Sale's Rotoworld profile. Saturday, 3:59 pm
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Sale sent home following clubhouse incident
    Chris Sale was scratched from his scheduled start Saturday night against the Tigers because of a pregame "clubhouse incident."

    Advice: Sale was sent home from U.S. Cellular Field and the White Sox will start Matt Albers instead. Via a statement from the White Sox: "The incident, which was non-physical in nature, currently is under further investigation by the club. The White Sox will have no additional comment until the investigation is completed." Odd stuff. Saturday, 3:50 pm
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • O's place Ubaldo on paternity leave
    Orioles placed RHP Ubaldo Jimenez on the paternity leave list.

    Advice: Jimenez was excused from the Orioles on Saturday with his wife going into labor. He'll be gone for 3-7 days. The right-hander hasn't pitched since July 8 anyway. Saturday, 3:43 pm
    Not Active
    W, 3-2 vs Col
  • Rich Hill (blister) to throw pen session Sun.
    Rich Hill (blister) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Sunday.

    Advice: He'll wear a cover on his finger where a blister has developed and is refusing to go away -- that cover, by the way, can't be worn in a live game. The veteran left-hander lasted just five pitches in his first start out of the All-Star break, back on July 17. Hill is one of Oakland's better trade chips leading up to the August 1 deadline, but he obviously needs to get past this. There is no timetable for his return to the Athletics' rotation. Saturday, 3:23 pm
  • Chris Sale scratched Saturday due to the flu
    Chris Sale was scratched from his scheduled start Saturday due to the flu.

    Advice: The initial report didn't include the reason for the scratch, so trade speculation swirled for a few minutes. But it's just a minor illness. Matt Albers will start against the Tigers in Sale's place. Saturday, 3:02 pm
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Ubaldo Jimenez (baby) excused from O's
    Ubaldo Jimenez has been excused from the Orioles with his wife going into labor.

    Advice: Jimenez could be placed on the paternity leave list if his absence lasts longer than a day or two. The right-hander hasn't appeared in a game for the O's since July 8, when he yielded five earned runs in 1 1/3 innings. Saturday, 1:27 pm
    Not Active
    W, 3-2 vs Col
  • Jansen blows fifth save of season
    Kenley Jansen blew his fifth save of the season Friday against the Cardinals.

    Advice: The Dodgers pulled in front in the top of the ninth inning thanks to a solo homer off the bat of the red-hot Justin Turner, but the Cardinals answered right back in the bottom of the frame with a game-tying blast from the equally-hot Jedd Gyorko. Jansen came into Friday’s action having allowed just one home run over his first 41 2/3 innings of work this season. Hey, he was probably due for an off-night. He remains one of the game’s best. Friday, 10:04 pm
  • Orioles could send Jimenez in trade for Upton
    Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union Tribune reports that the Orioles have discussed a potential trade that would send Ubaldo Jimenez and a prospect to the Padres for Melvin Upton.

    Advice: Jimenez would only be included in any deal to help offset the money remaining on Upton's contract, as his actual value is very limited. The veteran right-hander is owed roughly $18 million through next season while Upton is owed more than $22 million over the same time frame. Friday, 10:00 pm
    Not Active
    W, 3-2 vs Col
  • Rich Hill (blister) plays catch again Friday
    Rich Hill (blister) played catch again on Friday without any issues.

    Advice: There is still no timetable to get the veteran left-hander back on the mound, as they are playing things very cautiously not to make the injury worse. It seems likely that he'll be ready to pitch at some point next week, which could be his only showcase for team's interested in acquiring Hill before the trade deadline. Friday, 4:34 pm
  • White Sox fielding trade inquiries on Sale
    Jon Heyman of TodaysKnuckleball and FanRag Sports reports that the White Sox "are being inundated with calls of interest in ace Chris Sale."

    Advice: The report comes on the heels of one from FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal, who said that the White Sox were offered a "king's ransom" for Sale earlier this week and replied with a flat "no." Heyman says that the White Sox "are contemplating a serious sale," but it's unclear at this point whether they'll move Sale or Jose Quintana. He adds that the Red Sox are "greatly interested" in Sale and Quintana but "the list of interested suitors is expected to be extremely long" should the Pale Hose wind up putting them on the trade block. Friday, 1:20 pm
    Top 8, 4-2 vs ChC
  • Rich Hill (blister) plays catch again Thurs.
    Rich Hill (blister) played catch Thursday for the second straight day.

    Advice: However, he did so with a covering on the finger where he has a blister. Hill will not be ready to start on Sunday, as the A's will give the ball to Jesse Hahn. The left-hander should be ready at some point next week, which would likely be his last chance to start prior to the trade deadline. Friday, 7:22 am
  • Kenley Jansen converts save No. 28
    Kenley Jansen allowed a hit but tossed a scoreless frame to pick up his 28th save of the season in Thursday's win over the Nationals.

    Advice: Daniel Murphy flew out after a 10-pitch battle and Bryce Harper then singled, but Jansen set the Nats down easily after that. He's blown four saves this season but remains one of the best closers in the game with a 1.30 ERA and 0.70 WHIP. Thursday, 1:12 pm
  • Padres option Keith Hessler back to AAA
    Padres optioned LHP Keith Hessler to Triple-A El Paso.

    Advice: Hessler served as the 26th man for Wednesday's doubleheader against the Cardinals but did not pitch. He has allowed 10 runs in six innings this year in the majors. Thursday, 8:26 am
  • Santiago lasts five innings, beats Rangers
    Hector Santiago lasted just five innings against the Rangers on Wednesday, but still ended up with a victory after allowing three runs on five hits.

    Advice: Santiago walked three and struck out three on the evening, laboring through 100 pitches in his five frames. The Rangers scratched out a pair of runs against him in the third inning, then added in the fourth on a solo homer by Mitch Moreland. Now 8-4 on the season, Santiago will carry a 4.32 ERA and 1.29 WHIP into Tuesday's start against the Royals in Kansas City. Wednesday, 10:04 pm
  • Hessler joins Padres for doubleheader
    Padres recalled LHP Keith Hessler from Triple-A El Paso.

    Advice: Hessler almost certainly will not be up for long, but the Padres wanted an additional arm for the second game of their doubleheader against the Cardinals. In his six prior major league innings this season, the 27-year-old left-hander had surrendered a whopping 10 runs. Wednesday, 4:55 pm
  • Rich Hill (blister) doubtful for Sunday start
    Rich Hill (blister) is doubtful to be ready Sunday.

    Advice: That's the next time Oakland needs a starting pitcher, but Hill's blister is not quite healed. This obviously comes with bad timing for the A's, who will be trying to trade the veteran southpaw ahead of the August 1 deadline. He boasts a 2.25 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, and 90/28 K/BB ratio in 76 innings this season but has made just three starts since the end of May. Wednesday, 12:13 pm
  • Greinke (oblique) to throw off mound on Wed.
    Zack Greinke (oblique) is scheduled to throw off a mound Wednesday for the first time since landing on the disabled list.

    Advice: Greinke felt strong after a flat-ground throwing session Tuesday and is ready to take the next step in his rehabilitation from a left oblique strain. The right-hander acknowledged Wednesday that he will probably require a minor league rehab start, which would rule him out for next week's four-game series in Milwaukee. An early-August return is the safer bet. Wednesday, 10:11 am
    15-Day DL
    L, 7-2 @Mil
  • Keith Hessler to serve as the 26th man
    Keith Hessler will serve as the 26th man for Wednesday's doubleheader against the Cardinals.

    Advice: Hessler will join the Padres' bullpen for the second game. The lefty has allowed 10 runs over just six innings of relief this season at the major league level. Wednesday, 9:57 am
  • Street (hamstring) earns his eighth save
    Huston Street (hamstring) picked up his eighth save of the season Tuesday versus the Rangers.

    Advice: Street was forced from an appearance Sunday against the Orioles due to hamstring cramps, but it was obviously nothing serious. He worked around a leadoff single Tuesday, retiring the final three batters he faced to preserve the Angels' two-run lead. Wednesday, 5:39 am
  • Miley surrenders three runs against CWS
    Wade Miley turned in a quality start in Tuesday's loss to the White Sox, allowing three runs on six hits over 6 1/3 innings.

    Advice: Brett Lawrie and Melky Cabrera touched up Miley for solo home runs in the first and seventh innings, respectively, to account for the loudest damage on the southpaw's line. He now holds a dreadful 5.36 ERA and 1.44 WHIP over 99 innings. A road date with the Pirates shows next on his schedule. Tuesday, 10:39 pm
  • Syndergaard allows unearned run over 5 2/3
    Noah Syndergaard allowed only an unearned run, striking out eight, over 5 2/3 innings Tuesday against the Cubs.

    Advice: Despite the strong turn, Syndergaard didn't factor in the decision. Still, it was a promising first for the right-hander after he dealt with arm fatigue before the All-Star break. Seemingly past those issues, Syndergaard will carry a 2.43 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 136/20 K/BB ratio into Monday's start against the Cardinals. Tuesday, 7:47 pm
  • Rich Hill (hand) questionable for next start
    A's manager Bob Melvin said Tuesday that it's too early to tell whether Rich Hill (blister) is going to be able to take his next turn in the rotation.

    Advice: Hill left his last start Sunday versus the Blue Jays after aggravating a blister on his throwing hand. It's something that has been bothering him since before the All-Star break. Melvin said the A's are trying to avoid placing Hill on the disabled list -- he is one of their top trade chips -- but couldn't offer up any guarantees. Tuesday, 4:29 pm
  • Greinke (oblique) played catch on Tuesday
    Zack Greinke (oblique) played catch Tuesday.

    Advice: There's talk of Greinke returning next week during the Diamondbacks' four-game series in Milwaukee, but that seems pretty aggressive. Greinke, out since June 29 with a left oblique strain, still hasn't resumed throwing off a mound. An early-August activation is more likely. Tuesday, 3:26 pm
    15-Day DL
    L, 7-2 @Mil
  • Report: Tigers could be in on Rich Hill
    Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports said the Tigers have been "calling around on starting pitching."

    Advice: Passan considers them a dark horse to land Rich Hill, who has also drawn interest from the Blue Jays, Dodgers, Marlins, Orioles, Rangers and Red Sox. Hill's trade market should expand once teams feel confident about his health. He had his last start moved back because of a blister and then lasted just five pitches Sunday against Toronto. Aside from his blister issues and a groin injury that sidelined him for all of June, Hill has had a renaissance year for the A's, contributing a stellar 2.25 ERA over 14 appearances. Jul 18, 10:28 am
  • Rich Hill leaves start with blister issue
    Rich Hill was forced to leave Sunday's start against the Blue Jays due to a recurrence of the blister on his pitching hand.

    Advice: Hill was scratched from Friday's start due to the issue and apparently he was too eager to get back. Hill threw just five pitches before departing. Consider him day-to-day, but his next start looks to be in jeopardy. Jul 17, 1:39 pm
  • Chase Whitley (elbow) beginning rehab
    Chase Whitley (elbow) will begin a rehab assignment with High-A Charlotte on Monday.

    Advice: It's obviously big news for Whitley as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery. He figures to be a starting or relief option for the Rays next month. Jul 17, 7:26 am
    60-Day DL
  • Zack Greinke (oblique) still feeling tightness
    Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale said Zack Greinke (oblique) is still feeling tightness when he throws.

    Advice: Greinke was aiming to return against Milwaukee at the end of the month but Hale said that's probably a long shot. The right-hander's return date will continue to be a moving target. Zack Godley has absorbed Greinke's spot in the starting rotation. Jul 16, 4:53 pm
    15-Day DL
    L, 7-2 @Mil
  • Hector Santiago goes seven scoreless in win
    Hector Santiago blanked the White Sox for seven innings in the Angels' 7-0 victory on Friday.

    Advice: Santiago allowed five hits, walked none and struck out seven. He has a 1.39 ERA in three career starts against his former team. It's too bad he hasn't been able to channel that same kind of energy while facing other teams lately. Jul 15, 10:15 pm
  • Hill (blister) to start Sunday vs. Blue Jays
    Rich Hill (blister) is in line to start Sunday against the Blue Jays.

    Advice: Hill was originally scheduled to start the opener of the second half on Friday, but he came down with a blister and the A's didn't want to take any chances. The southpaw was able to make it through a bullpen session Friday without incident, so he should be good to go moving forward. Jul 15, 3:10 pm
  • Syndergaard (arm) will throw off mound Sat.
    Noah Syndergaard (arm) played catch Friday and will throw off a mound Saturday.

    Advice: He felt fine after Friday's workout and could be cleared to take his next turn in the Mets' rotation if Saturday's bullpen session goes well. Syndergaard made an early exit from his final start before the All-Star break due to arm fatigue and did not pitch in Tuesday night's Midsummer Classic, but this is believed to be a minor matter. Jul 15, 1:34 pm
  • Zack Greinke (oblique) played catch Thursday
    Zack Greinke (oblique) played catch from a distance of 60 feet on Thursday.

    Advice: Greinke felt strong during and after the short workout -- his first time throwing a baseball since he landed on the disabled list June 29 with a left oblique strain. Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic says the Diamondbacks are hoping their ace will return to the starting rotation July 25-26 against Milwaukee. That would probably rule out a minor league rehab start. Jul 15, 9:22 am
    15-Day DL
    L, 7-2 @Mil
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