Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar has more soreness in his right shoulder. He was examined by a doctor in Los Angeles and will meet with Dr. Keith Meister in Texas.
Anibal Sanchez threw a 45-pitch simulated game -- three innings of 15 pitches each -- but it was a real scenario that Tigers officials were judging as the recovering right-hander got up and sat down.
Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy on Sunday morning dispelled the theory that he signaled for the second plunking of Pirates slugger Andrew McCutchen in Saturday's 1-0 win over the Bucs.
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly hasn't ruled out the possibility of Hyun-Jin Ryu pitching in a game during the final week of the regular season, but his recovery will have to hurry.
Now that the Braves have been essentially eliminated from the playoffs, they might not wait until the conclusion of this season to make what would be their most significant organizational change in nearly a quarter of a century.
As Derek Jeter embarks on his final week of baseball -- and final four games at Yankee Stadium -- manager Joe Girardi said Sunday that he expects to play the Yankees' captain in every game until the season's conclusion.
Nelson Cruz was recognized on Sunday as the Most Valuable Oriole, beating out Adam Jones and Zach Britton for the team award.
With the Yankees still mathematically alive for a playoff spot, Carlos Beltran, under the team's direction, has opted to delay surgery until the end of the season. Beltran, who has recently experienced more pain due to the bone spur in his right elbow, said doctors recommended surgery, which requires a 12-week recovery period. That amount of time, however, won't make much of a difference to Beltran's offseason by preventing things another week.
Marcus Stroman has dropped his appeal and began serving a five-game suspension on Sunday. Major League Baseball originally suspended Stroman for six games for his role in an incident Monday night, when he threw a pitch over the head of Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph. His punishment was reduced without a hearing.
Gerrit Cole on Sunday morning wanted to clarify a misconception arising from the aftermath of Brewers pitcher Matt Garza twice hitting Andrew McCutchen with pitches in Saturday night's game against the Pirates.
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
Count Saturday as a day of missed opportunities across Major League Baseball, as a handful of teams couldn't capitalize on the chance to enhance their postseason position.
Mike Trout, Albert Pujols and David Freese each homered as the Angels snapped a brief two-game losing streak with an 8-5 win over Texas on Saturday night at Angel Stadium. Jered Weaver earned the win in a quality start of seven-plus innings pitched to become the AL's first 18-game winner.
The Indians kept their American League Wild Card hopes alive with their 7-3 victory over the Twins on Saturday night at Target Field.
Tempers on the Pirates' bench boiled over Saturday night when Milwaukee pitcher Matt Garza was ejected in the fifth inning after hitting Andrew McCutchen with a pitch for the second time in the game. Garza first plunked McCutchen in the third. When Bucs starter Edinson Volquez brushed back Ryan Braun in the fourth, home-plate umpire Marty Foster issued warnings to both benches.
Starting pitcher Matt Garza and manager Ron Roenicke weren't around to see the Brewers break their cycle of late-inning letdowns with a 1-0 win over the Pirates at PNC Park on Saturday night. They were back in the clubhouse after being ejected when Logan Schafer gave the Brewers a lead in the ninth with a pinch-hit sacrifice fly. With seven games to play, the Brewers pulled back to 3 1/2 games behind the Pirates in the chase for the National League's second Wild Card spot.
Given all the time he's missed, the likelihood that Ryan Zimmerman could come back from his Grade 3 hamstring strain in time to help out the Nationals as they try to secure home-field advantage in the postseason seemed pretty dim. But in a flurry of rehab activity over the last week, Zimmerman made a convincing case for Washington to activate him from the disabled list in time for Saturday's game at Marlins Park.