The Rockies reinstated right-handed pitcher Jairo Diaz from the 60-day disabled list and selected the contract of outfielder Noel Cuevas from Triple-A Albuquerque on Monday. The moves put the Rockies at 33 players on their Major League roster, seven fewer than the limit.
The Tigers continued paring down their roster Friday, outrighting left-hander Kyle Ryan, right-hander Myles Jaye, catcher Bryan Holaday and first baseman Efren Navarro to the Minor Leagues. In a roster formality, designated hitter Victor Martinez was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list.
The Mariners added catcher David Freitas and right-hander Rob Whalen to the Major League roster on Friday. Seattle’s 40-man roster is now full.
Jesse Winker, the Reds’ No. 5 prospect, was reinstated from the disabled list before Tuesday’s game against the Cardinals. He got the start in right field and hit leadoff.
The Yankees returned a big part of their youth movement to their outfield mix on Monday, reinstating rookie Clint Frazier from the disabled list. Frazier missed a more than a month with a strained left oblique.
The top prospect in baseball is back.
The White Sox reinstated right-hander Reynaldo Lopez from the 10-day disabled list on Friday.
The Reds reinstated catcher Stuart Turner from the paternity list Monday, while also optioning fellow backstop Chad Wallach to Triple-A Louisville.
Reliever David Phelps was reinstated off the 10-day disabled list on Wednesday by the Mariners, who pulled a bit of a surprise by designating outfielder Leonys Martin for assignment to open a spot on the roster.
The Brewers began a critical West Coast road trip on Friday by activating catcher Stephen Vogt from the disabled list, and another big addition — pitcher Chase Anderson — is only days away.
With a wealth of bullpen depth and his health an issue for much of this season, the Dodgers announced Tuesday they’ve dealt right-hander Chris Hatcher to the A’s in exchange for international amateur signing bonus pool space.