We heard last week from the club that he was feeling alright but it did inspire much confidence that he'll be able to start. This has been more of a nagging injury for Moscot which all relates back to scar tissue in his left (non-throwing) shoulder. The Reds have already lost Raisel Iglesias and Anthony DeSclafani to injuries.
Here is what we call a draft causality. The Chiefs loaded up in the draft and felt that Gordon was not worth holding up a roster spot. He was signed earlier this off-season for depth at the linebacker position. He is still only 24 years old, he should find another home.
Ryan Braun is dealing with "general soreness" and it is uncertain if he will play Tuesday against the Angels. Braun is batting .400 over the last week with two doubles and six RBIs. If Braun is unable to go for today's game, Ramon Flores is the likely candidate to get the start in the Milwaukee outfield.
Guerra has been called up from Triple-A and will make the start for the Brewers on Tuesday against the LA Angels. Guerra went 0-2 with a 4.63 ERA in his first four starts for Colorado Springs. He struck out 23 in 23 1/3 innings while holding opposing batters to a .205 average.
A spot had to be made when Starting Pitcher Junior Guerra was called up and Freeman is the culprit. Freeman has continued to struggle at the Major League level, giving up nine walks and 11 earned runs in only 7.2 innings this season.
Asche has been sidelined all season with an oblique injury and he is still a ways away from a return to the Phillies. Philadelphia is being extremely cautious with Asche after he suffered a set back in late March trying to return too soon.
The Red Sox brought in Young this season for his exceptional hitting against left-handed pitching. He will have the chance to showcase his talents this series against Chicago as they are scheduled to throw three lefties. In 27 at-bats this season, Young has only collected five hits (four of them doubles)while striking out 10 times.
It appears that Holt could see a role on the Red Sox bench this series against the White Sox as they are slated to throw three left-handers. Holt has started this season rather well with a .268 BA and and OBP of .357.
Buchholz remains winless in five starts this season and really needs to step up for a Boston staff that is plagued by injury. He has given up 31 hits and 13 walks in 27.2 innings, while only striking out 19. Farrell isn't typically one to call out his players, but the Red Sox desperately need Buchholz' 6.51 ERA to lower quickly.