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Pestano (elbow) tossed a scoreless inning in a rehab appearance at Low-A Lake County on Wednesday, the team's official site
Reynolds (arm) left Wednesday's game with a stinger but checked out okay after the game, the team's official site
reports. "He just needed to get the feeling back," manager Terry Francona said. "We [took him out because we] wanted to get [Nick Swisher] out of right. [Reynolds] is okay."
Swisher continued his strong May Wednesday, hammering a two-run home run off of Cole Hamels.
Making the start at third base, Aviles went 1-for-3, hitting his third home run of the season.
Kipnis had a big day Wednesday afternoon, going 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles, three runs scored, and three RBIs.
Kluber rebounded from a disastrous start against the Tigers last week by holding the Phillies to three runs over six innings Wednesday afternoon.
Myers (elbow) could head out on a rehab assignment soon after an encouraging bullpen session Tuesday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer
reports. "I threw all my pitches," said Myers. "Depending on how I feel [Wednesday], hopefully I came make a rehab start in a couple of days. I think I'd probably need one or two rehab starts. There is definitely a difference on my pitches. I've got life on them."
Kazmir gave up four earned runs over five innings Tuesday via six hits and two walks, while striking out just three Phillies, to take the loss.
Reynolds will get the majority of the starts at third base with the demotion of Lonnie Chisenhall, the team's official site
Wood (elbow) will pitch out of the bullpen at Low-A Lake County during a rehab game
Raburn, who has seen his playing time reduced lately with the return of Michael Bourn, could see some additional starts following the demotion of Lonnie Chisenhall.
Giambi, who saw his batting average drop to .205 after going hitless Monday, could see an increased role following the demotion of Lonnie Chisenhall.