DTDDJ LeMahieu2B COL 2 hours ago
LeMahieu is out of Wednesday's lineup against the Blue Jays, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
Although he'd hoped to play in Wednesday's game, LeMahieu's return has been postponed. However, with Colorado having Thursday off, he may return to action for Friday's contest against the Dodgers.
DTDRyan RaburnLF/RF/DH COL 2 hours ago
Raburn (illness) remains out of the lineup Wednesday against the Blue Jays, MLB.com's Thomas Harding reports.
He was scratched from Tuesday's lineup with an illness, and while he could still be a little under the weather Wednesday, the Rockies probably had a pretty easy call to sideline him with righty Aaron Sanchez on the mound for Toronto. The Rockies have an off day Thursday, but Raburn could return for the weekend series against the Dodgers. Brandon Barnes will get the start in left field and hit seventh Wednesday.
DTDTrevor StorySS COL 2 hours ago
Story (finger) will not play in Wednesday's game against Toronto, Jenny Cavnar of Root Sports reports.
Story missed Monday's game after being hit by a pitch Sunday, and after re-injuring the finger in an at-bat yesterday, he won't start Wednesday to give him two days of rest with an off day Thursday. Christhian Adames will fill in at shortstop in Story's absence.
OUTAndres BlancoIF/DH PHI 2 hours ago
Blanco is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Diamondbacks, Matt Gelb of the Philly Inquirer reports.
With Blanco out, Cesar Hernandez will be starting at second base in Wednesday's game. Although Hernandez has been seeing a lot of time at second, Blanco will still get occasional starts around the infield as he's served as Philadelphia's utility man this season.
DTDBilly HamiltonCF CIN 3 hours ago
Hamilton left Wednesday's game after a wild play where Adam Duvall crossed in front of him and deflected the ball off his glove into Hamilton's head.
Hamilton returned from a concussion 10 days ago, so the Reds are no doubt worried that he may have suffered another one Wednesday. He was able to walk off under his own power after being tended to by the training staff. Tyler Holt replaced Hamilton in center field. We will update his status when the team makes an official statement regarding the nature of the injury.
15DTommy La Stella2B/3B/DH CHC 3 hours ago
La Stella (hamstring) will play at least one more game in his rehab assignment at Triple-A Iowa, Jesse Rogers of ESPNChicago.com reports.
La Stella is 3-for-6 with a home run and three RBI thus far at Triple-A Iowa. His return date has yet to be set, but he's showing promise after picking up three hits and a walk across just two games. La Stella had been playing well before going on the DL, posting a line of .291/.378/.494.
OUTWelington CastilloC ARI 3 hours ago
Castillo is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Phillies.
Castillo will have the day off as Arizona opts to start Chris Herrmann behind the plate. Although the two have been sharing starts for much of the season, Castillo remains Arizona's primary option and may return to the lineup Friday.
Ichiro SuzukiOF/DH MIA 3 hours ago
Suzuki picked up two hits and a walk over five plate appearances during Tuesday's loss to the Tigers.
The veteran has started three straight games and is again leading off as the designated hitter on Wednesday as he continues to climb towards 3,000 MLB hits. Ichiro's pair of singles Tuesday raised his career total to 2,986, leaving him just 14 knocks shy of the milestone. The ageless outfielder is slashing .340/.418/.380 over 150 at-bats as he chases history.
OUTNick AhmedSS ARI 3 hours ago
Ahmed is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Phillies.
With Ahmed out of the lineup, Jean Segura will move to shortstop and Phil Gosselin will cover second base. Ahmed, who's 7-for-16 over the last seven days, will likely return to the lineup Friday when Arizona faces Johnny Cueto and the Giants.
Marcell OzunaCF/RF MIA 3 hours ago
Ozuna had two hits and scored a run in his return to the lineup Tuesday against the Tigers.
After missing a couple of games with a minor wrist injury, Ozuna went right back to work in his return with a 2-for-5 night. Ozuna continues to beast his way through the 2016 season, slashing .321/.375/.570 with 16 home runs, 44 RBI and 48 runs scored over 74 games.