60DHuston Street
10 minutes ago

Street (lat, triceps) was reinstated from the 60-day DL on Thursday prior to the game against New York.

EDGE Analysis

For the time being, Cam Bedrosian is still expected to be the closer for the Angels while Street works as more of a set-up man. He could conceivably work his way into the closer's role but Street will have to earn it. During four rehab appearances, Street yielded just one hit and one walk while striking out three in four innings of work. The right-hander should be good to go, but is likely not worth a look unless he returns to the ninth-inning spot.

Nick Vincent
11 minutes ago

Vincent notched his ninth hold in Wednesday's 7-5 win over the Tigers, allowing a hit over a scoreless inning.

EDGE Analysis

After the Mariners had rallied to take a 7-4 lead with four runs in the seventh, Vincent served as an effective bridge to closer Edwin Diaz in the ninth. It was the veteran right-hander's third hold over the last four nights and fifth overall in six June appearances. Vincent has a 14-appearance scoreless streak that dates back to May 14 and has lowered his ERA from 3.06 to 1.80 in the process.

Tony Zych
16 minutes ago

Zych (3-2) fired 1.2 scoreless innings in Wednesday's 7-5 win over the Tigers, allowing a walk and recording a strikeout.

EDGE Analysis

Zych got five important outs on a scant 17 pitches, ringing up the first two after coming on in relief of James Paxton with two on in the sixth. The 26-year-old right-hander has four consecutive scoreless outings and has accomplished the feat in nine of his last 10 appearances overall. Zych has proven to be one of the steadiest bullpen options for manager Scott Servais, generating a solid 2.08 ERA and 1.15 WHIP across 21.2 innings.

OUTChase Headley
19 minutes ago

Headley is not in Thursday's lineup against the Angels.

EDGE Analysis

Headley will get a day off for the first time since June 11. In his place, Ronald Torreyes is manning the hot corner while batting ninth in the order. Headley should be back in the lineup for Friday's series opener with the Rangers.

Cody Allen
22 minutes ago

Allen was placed on the paternity list Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

Allen was away from the team Wednesday and was officially put on leave Thursday, following the birth of his child. The right-hander will miss Thursday's game and could be gone through Saturday's contest with the Twins. Allen may return before Sunday, and in a corresponding move, the team activated Mike Clevinger from Triple-A Columbus for his start Thursday night against Baltimore.

Robinson Canó
23 minutes ago

Cano went 1-for-4 with a go-ahead two-run double and a run in Wednesday's 7-5 win over the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

Cano's seventh-inning two-bagger brought home Jean Segura and Ben Gamel, snapping a 4-4 tie. The 34-year-old second baseman had gone hitless over the first two games of the series versus Detroit, and his double was the first extra-base hit he'd logged since June 9. Despite an overall power drought this month, Cano is still sporting an impressive 37.1 percent hard-contact rate over his 88 plate appearances in June.

Andrelton Simmons
26 minutes ago

Simmons went 3-for-4 with a double, two runs scored and his 13th stolen base of the season in Wednesday's loss to the Yankees.

EDGE Analysis

The 27-year-old hasn't let his new placement in the heart of the order limit his ability to stay active on the basepaths. In fact, he has taken three bases over the three games he has batted fifth in. Simmons continues to be a solid contributor at the shortstop position, giving him mixed-league value for the first time since 2013 when he exploded for 17 home runs.

Tyler Flowers
28 minutes ago

Flowers is not in the lineup Thursday against the Giants.

EDGE Analysis

Despite hitting two homers in his past three starts, Flowers will head to the bench for Thursday's series finale. Kurt Suzuki will take over behind the dish in his absence.

Nelson Cruz
31 minutes ago

Cruz went 2-for-4 with three RBI from a two-run double and a run-scoring single in Wednesday's 7-5 win over the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

The slugging outfielder's June tear continues, as Cruz now has nine multi-hit outings and extra-base hits during the month as part of an impressive .344/.427/.547 line. The 36-year-old also has possession of the AL lead in RBI and ranks fourth overall in the majors behind the prolific trio of Jake Lamb, Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado.

Welington Castillo
40 minutes ago

Castillo (shoulder) is in the lineup for Thursday's game against Cleveland.

EDGE Analysis

Castillo sat out Wednesday with a sore right shoulder after getting struck by a foul ball while catching during Tuesday's contest. He appears good to go for the series finale with the Indians, as he will set up behind the dish and bat sixth.