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Projected Starters - A look at Sunday's matchups (all times Eastern):
Mariners (Michael Pineda - R) v. Indians (Josh Tomlin - R), 1:05
Royals (Kyle Davies - R) v. Tigers (Max Scherzer - R), 1:05
Cardinals (Chris Carpenter - R) v. Reds (Travis Wood - L), 1:10
Marlins (Javier Vazquez - R) v. Nationals (Jason Marquis - R), 1:35
Phillies (Roy Halladay - R) v. Braves (Tim Hudson - R), 1:35
Orioles (Jake Arrieta - R) v. Rays (Andy Sonnanstine - R), 1:40
Mets (Chris Capuano - L) v. Astros (Aneury Rodriguez - R), 2:05
Blue Jays (Brandon Morrow - R) v. Twins (Brian Duensing - L), 2:10
Pirates (Kevin Correia - R) v. Brewers (Zack Greinke - R), 2:10
Giants (Tim Lincecum - R) v. Cubs (Carlos Zambrano - R), 2:20
Angels (Ervin Santana - R) v. Rangers (C.J. Wilson - L), 3:05
Padres (Mat Latos - R) v. Rockies (Jason Hammel - R), 3:10
White Sox (Mark Buehrle - L) v. Athletics (Trevor Cahill - R), 4:05
D-Backs (Ian Kennedy - R) v. Dodgers (Ted Lilly - L), 4:10
Red Sox (Jon Lester - L) v. Yankees (Freddy Garcia - R), 8:05
Day After Night: None.
Grady Sizemore, OF, CLE - (Knee) Did not start Saturday.
Carlos Beltran, OF, NYM - Scratched from the lineup Saturday after waking up a swollen eye.
Aramis Ramirez, 3B, CHI - Wasn't available to start Saturday after leaving team for personal matter.
Brandon Beachy, SP, ATL - (Oblique) DL bound and will miss at least three weeks.
Adam Lind, 1B, TOR - (Back) Was scheduled to play Friday before setback; didn't start Saturday.
Shane Victorino, OF, PHI - Departed Saturday with a sore right hamstring; won't play Sunday.
Chase Headley, 3B, SD - Left Saturday's game after rolling his ankle.
Chris Johnson, 3B, HOU - (Wrist) Precautionary MRI showed only inflammation.
Mark Teahen, 3B, CHW - (Oblique) DL decision to come as early as Monday.
Players on the DL
Roy Oswalt, SP, PHI - (Back) On track to start Tuesday.
Chase Utley, 2B, PHI - (Knee) Played seven innings in third consecutive rehab game Friday.
Josh Hamilton, OF, TEX - (Shoulder) Will travel with team and continue taking BP this week.
Nelson Cruz, OF, TEX - (Quad) Will run this weekend. Eligible to return Thursday, but may not be quite ready then.
Phil Hughes, SP, NYY - (Shoulder) Had a successful throwing session Friday (30 throws on flat ground). No timetable.
Andrew Bailey, RP, OAK - (Forearm) Hit 92-94 mph during extended spring training game Saturday.
Jose Contreras, RP, PHI - (Elbow) Felt fine after second bullpen session Friday.
Angel Pagan, OF, NYM - (Oblique) Resumed baseball activities Saturday.
Jim Thome, DH, MIN - (Back) May not be ready to return when eligible May 18.
Tsuyoshi Nishioka, 2B, MIN - (Leg) Taking batting practice at Twins' spring training facility.
Bobby Jenks, RP, BOS - (Arm) Not ready to resume throwing yet.
Zach Duke, SP, ARI - (Hand) Making second rehab start Saturday.
Scott Feldman, SP, TEX - (Knee) Expected to throw 75 pitches in rehab start with Double-A Frisco.
Tommy Hunter, SP, TEX - (Groin) Unlikely to return in mid-June after setback while playing catch.
Jeff Keppinger, 2B, HOU - (Foot) 2-for-5 with an RBI in his first minor league rehab game.
Willie Bloomquist, OF, ARI - (Hamstring) Taking a break from games at extended spring training.
Jason Repko, OF, MIN - (Quad) Was scheduled to play an extended spring training game Saturday.
Transactions - Players who have been demoted, called up, traded, released, you name it. We'll cover it here.
Endy Chavez, OF, TEX
Doug Davis, SP, CHC
Cole Kimball, RP, WAS
Tim Dillard, RP, MIL
Jeff Gray, RP, SEA (claimed off waivers)
Mike Leake, SP, CIN
Dan Cortes, RP, SEA
Justin Berg, RP, CHC
Brian Broderick, RP, WAS (DFA'd)
Placed on DL
Julio Borbon, OF, TEX
Brandon Webb, SP, TEX (transferred to 60-day DL)
Brandon Kintzler, RP, MIL
Activated from DL
Jose Arredondo, RP, CIN
St. Louis - Yet another change after Eduardo Sanchez blew the save Friday night. Fernando Salas and Mitchell Boggs are expected to take over the role, with the former pitching two innings Friday and likely being unavailable Saturday night. As a result, Boggs might get the first crack at taking back the job while the Cards try to right the ship with Sanchez after he's issued at least one walk in each of his last seven appearances.
Seattle - Another day and another rough outing for Brandon League. Each of his last three appearances have resulted in a blown save and he was going to be held out of Saturday's game to rest. Manager Eric Wedge said that League is still the team's closer, but Jamey Wright was going to receive the save opportunity Saturday if there was one.
Los Angeles (NL) - Kenley Jansen was used to strike out the final batter in Friday's win for a one-out save against the D-Backs after Vicente Padilla gave up two runs on two hits while walking a pair. Jansen has filthy stuff, but his inconsistent control has kept him from seizing outright control of the Dodgers' closer situation to this point.
Toronto - It was a one-out save for Frank Francisco, but given that starter Ricky Romero pitched the first 8.2 innings, it's a good indication that Francisco has secured the closer's role from Jon Rauch at the present time. Francisco has a 12:6 K:BB in nine innings including three saves in four attempts since returning from the DL in mid-April.
Jamey Wright, RP, SEA -- It's not a ringing endorsement of a guy who will provide a lot of value (saves) in the long run, but Wright is clearly the next in line for the closer's role if manager Eric Wedge decides he's going to make a change. Brandon League has been shelled in four straight outings including three blown saves during that span. The lack of viable alternatives (don't kid yourself, Chris Ray isn't showing any signs of regaining his 2006 form) on the big league roster right now is staggering. Dan Cortes could eventually become a factor, but he was rarely used during his time with the big club and was optioned back to Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday morning. Meanwhile, former first-round pick Josh Fields remains stuck at Double-A with a 16:13 K:BB in 15.2 innings there. At 25, his prospect status has dimmed considerably and he's much further away from the Mariners' ninth-inning situation than anyone would have expected after he was drafted in 2008.
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