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Seattle Mariners OF Mitch Haniger (knee) was not in the lineup Monday, June 14, after fouling a ball off of his knee in the team's previous game. Manager Scott Servais indicated that he believes Haniger won't need to spend time on the injured list.
Philadelphia Phillies SS Didi Gregorius (elbow) is set to resume his rehab assignment on Tuesday, June 15, according to manager Joe Girardi, who said that Gregorius' elbow is stiff and swollen.
Oakland Athletics INF Chad Pinder (head) was removed from the game Monday, June 14, after being hit by a pitch in the head.
Oakland Athletics RHP J.B. Wendelken (oblique) is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Las Vegas on Thursday, June 16.
Los Angeles Angels OF Mike Trout (calf) had an exam that showed his recovery is progressing, but manager Joe Maddon said it would be a 'stretch' for Trout to return by the All-Star Game, which is scheduled for July 13.
St. Louis Cardinals LHP Kwang Hyun Kim (back) is scheduled to be reinstated from the 10-day injured list in time to start on Tuesday, June 15, against the Miami Marlins.
Chicago White Sox OF Eloy Jimenez (pectoral) has been medically cleared to begin baseball activities at the team's spring training facility. The expectation is that Jimenez will spend at least four weeks there rehabbing. There's no timetable for his return from pectoral surgery.
Updating previous reports, Tampa Bay Rays RHP Tyler Glasnow (arm) is set to undergo an MRI on Tuesday, June 15.
Chicago White Sox INF Yoan Moncada (illness) was not in the lineup on Monday, June 14, due to illness.
Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Eric Lauer gave up four runs over five frames in a losing effort Monday. Milwaukee picked up the 10-2 loss to Cincinnati. Lauer allowed four runs in five innings. He is 1-3 with his club in 2021 after being called up three weeks ago from Triple-A. The left-hander has given up 13 earned runs in 11 innings in June. He indeed could find his way back to the minors if his performance from the bump doesn't improve soon.
Updating an earlier report, Detroit Tigers RHP Alex Lange (shoulder) is expected to be placed on the injured list, according to manager A.J. Hinch, who said an IL trip was likely based on the 'initial diagnosis.'
Colorado Rockies' first baseman C.J. Cron went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk, and a strikeout in a 3-2 win over the Padres on Monday. Cron swatted a solo shot off of Ryan Weathers in the seventh inning to put Colorado up 2-0. It was his first long ball since May 4. The 31-year-old slugger has struggled mightily since coming off the IL on May 18; he's batting just .188/.307/.266 since then (22 games). Overall, he's slashing .250/.362/.419 with six home runs and 19 RBI over 160 at-bats. Perhaps Monday's dinger will get him going at the dish.
Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Matthew Boyd could end up on the Tigers injured list due to an injured left triceps per the club's manager A.J. Hinch. The Tigers manager said Boyd felt something in his left triceps, and he was taken out of the game. Hinch mentioned they would be cautious with Boyd. The left-hander is rostered by 50 percent of teams in Yahoo leagues. Him potentially going on the Tigers injured list could disrupt some fantasy managers lineups that are having success.
Pittsburgh Pirates RHP Trevor Cahill (calf) won't be rushed back to action after suffering a calf injury right after being activated from the injured list. Manager Derek Shelton said that the team will 'look at different ways to treat' Cahill's injury this time around.
Updating an earlier report, Cleveland Indians RHP Shane Bieber (shoulder) won't be allowed to pick up a baseball for two weeks due to a shoulder strain and it's unclear when he'll return.
New York Mets OF Billy McKinney (knee) returned to the starting lineup Monday, June 14, after missing the team's previous two games.
Chicago Cubs INF Javier Baez (thumb) was not in the lineup for a second straight game on Monday, June 14, but did appear as a pinch hitter.
Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto recorded his 28th RBI in 2021 as his team beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2. Soto has hits in back-to-back games. The left fielder season started slow offensively, but in June, Soto has logged a .262 batting average to go along with a 1.010 OPS. His season from the plate looks to be trending upward. We shall see if he continues to produce at the dish during the second half of June.
Colorado Rockies right-hander Daniel Bard nailed down his ninth save of the season on Monday when he allowed two runs on two hits with a strikeout over one inning in a 3-2 win over the San Diego Padres. Starting pitcher Austin Gomber was brilliant on Monday, tossing eight scoreless innings so Bard was the only reliever to make an appearance. He entered in the ninth inning to protect a 3-0 lead and ran into trouble pretty quickly. After striking out Jurickson Profar he allowed a double to Tommy Pham and a two-run homer to Trent Grisham. He was able to settle and record the next two outs to lock up the save and preserve the win for Gomber. Bard has now converted his last six save opportunities and has nine total on the season. He has a 4.15 ERA, 1.54 WHIP, and 36:11 K/BB ratio over 26 innings.
San Diego Padres C Austin Nola (knee) is still a few weeks away from beginning a rehab assignment, according to manager Jayce Tingler.
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