Giles was struck in the right wrist by a line drive during batting practice Saturday, the Houston Chronicle reports. "It wasn't good," manager A.J. Hinch said. "It looked like the ball off of the bat hit him pretty hard, so he was already starting to bruise in the wrist area. He'll be taken in."
Rasmus was unavailable Tuesday and said he will probably be unavailable Wednesday as well, as he doesn't feel right since returning from having a cyst removed from his ear in August, MLB.com's Brian McTaggart reports.
General manager Jeff Luhnow indicated Monday that Keuchel (shoulder) won't throw anytime soon, MLB.com reports. "Still not throwing, so the more days that go by without throwing, the longer it's going to take him to ramp up," Luhnow said. "We'd have to go to pretty deep into the postseason for that even to be a consideration."