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Yoenis Cespedes suited up for the Class A Advanced St. Lucie Mets on Thursday night, marking his first return to game action since he felt pain in his quadriceps while playing in a rehab game for St. Lucie on May 26.
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Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall, who went on the seven-day concussion disabled list retroactive to May 23, had another productive day on Friday and could begin a rehab assignment at Double-A Akron on Saturday if he receives medical clearance.
Bryce Harper and Mike Trout continued their dinger parade, while Kyle Schwarber hit one further than either has this season.
After Indians starter Carlos Carrasaco left in the fourth inning of Monday’s win over the Rays due to injury, Indians manager Francona was forced to turn to his bullpen earlier than he would have liked. Luckily for the manager, he has the pieces to make it work.
Angels star Mike Trout returned to the lineup Thursday after missing five consecutive games with a tight left hamstring — his longest absence since he became an everyday player in 2012. Trout served as the designated hitter in the Halos’ series opener against the Tigers and said he expects to start in center field Friday.
Matt Wieters burns his old club with a walk-off single, Toronto gets a walk-off win of its own, plus the Giants come back to beat the Mets
The Mets were without both Lucas Duda and Wilmer Flores Thursday night against the Phillies, and the team wasn’t certain how long it would be before either infielder can play again.
Pirates left fielder Gregory Polanco was not in the starting lineup for Monday’s series opener against the Cardinals at Busch Stadium, but he entered as a pinch-hitter in the ninth inning and hit an RBI double in a rally effort before the Bucs fell, 2-1.
The Blue Jays are searching for positives after a frustrating first week to the season, and at least they found one in the return of Roberto Osuna.