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Hughes (illness) is expected to start Tuesday's game against the Diamondbacks, mlb.com's Bryan Hoch
Suzuki is in the lineup hitting sixth and playing right field on Thursday against the Indians, according to The Star-Ledger
Nova's turn in the rotation will be skipped after his scheduled start Wednesday was postponed due to weather, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com
reports. Phil Hughes will start for the Yankees on Thursday.
Hughes is currently dealing with the stomach flu, and his slated start Thursday in Cleveland is now in danger, the Newark Star-Ledger
Jeter (ankle) took batting practice on the field Wednesday, marking his first time doing so since March 23, MLB.com
Granderson (forearm) has been cleared to swing a bat underwater, and could hit off a tee or from soft tosses by the weekend, the Yankees' official site
Boesch hit his first homer as a Yankee in Tuesday's rout over the Indians.
Overbay went 3-for-5 with his first home run of the season Tuesday. He also hit a double and scored three runs in New York's 14-1 waxing of the Indians.
Gardner went 4-for-5 Tuesday with two doubles, three runs, two RBI and a walk against the Indians.
Cano went 4-for-6 Tuesday with a home run, two doubles, two runs and five RBI against the Indians.
Latest Player News for Cleveland
Kazmir (ribs) threw from a distance of 120 feet Thursday and remains on target to throw a bullpen session Friday, but doesn't figure to be ready to come off the DL when eligible, the team's official site
reports. "Hopefully, not too far after that," manager Terry Francona said. "I think he feels really comfortable with where he is. That's also good. The idea, when anything happens, is to not cut corners, do it right and then hopefully, when guys are ready, they're ready."
Santana (thumb) could return to the lineup Friday or Saturday, WFAN's Nick Camino
Santana (thumb) was feeling better Wednesday, but remains day-to-day, the Cleveland Plain Dealer
reports. "He came in feeling better," manager Terry Francona said. "We want to see what he can handle without setting him back. So it will be playing catch to hitting off a tee to taking soft toss."
Ramirez, 20, is 10-for-24 (.417) with two RBI through six games for Double-A Akron.
Carrasco was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday to make room for Corey Kluber on the 25-man roster, the Cleveland Plain Dealer
McAllister's slated start Wednesday has been pushed back to Thursday, MLB.com
Myers pitched the final 5.1 innings of Tuesday's game, giving up seven earned runs on 11 hits, after starter Carlos Carrasco got roughed up for seven earned runs before getting tossed after throwing at Kevin Youkilis in the fourth inning.