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Taylor Featherston (R) Headshot

Featherston went 1-for-3 with two RBI from a run-scoring single and a sacrifice fly in Sunday's 8-5 loss to the Orioles.

Featherston has been productive in his last three starts, hitting safely in each and knocking in three runs overall. The 27-year-old continues to see occasional playing time in the infield, with Sunday's start having come as a result of Tim Beckham receiving the day off.
2:54 pm (EST)
Daniel Robertson (R) Headshot

Robertson went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run in Sunday's 8-5 loss to the Orioles.

The 23-year-old appears to be figuring out major-league pitching a bit with additional playing time, as he's now hit safely in seven of his last nine games. Robertson's recent surge has brought his June line to a respectable .250/.316/.382, and Sunday's effort represented his third multi-hit game in the last nine contests. Robertson also has 12 extra-base hits (five doubles, two triples, five home runs) in 195 plate appearances, with his homer total equal to the one he generated at Triple-A Durham across 511 plate appearances in 2016.
2:50 pm (EST)
Henry Owens (L) Headshot

Owens was demoted to Double-A Portland on Monday, Evan Drellich of CSN New England reports.

In what has become a common theme throughout his career with the Red Sox, Owens is battling command issues this season en route to a 72:60 K:BB ratio and 1.70 WHIP. The 24-year-old will move down one tier to work out the problems, though the move is incredibly discouraging as to his chances for a return to the majors this season and likely puts him on a short leash in terms of staying in the starting rotation. Owens will need to show dramatic improvement from his recent starts, as he has walked 48 batters over his last 47.1 innings pitched.
2:49 pm (EST)
Kenley Jansen (R) Headshot

Jansen recorded a five-out save Sunday, striking out two and walking his first batter of the 2017 season in a win over the Rockies.

It took 30 games for the dominant closer to finally issue his first free pass of the season, an impressive feat to say the least. With a 0.83 ERA and an astronomical 52.0 K/BB ratio, it's hard to find a better closer in the game right now.
2:45 pm (EST)
Jesus Sucre (R) Headshot

Sucre went 3-for-4 in Sunday's 8-5 loss to the Orioles.

The veteran backstop is now the primary back-up at catcher with Derek Norris having been designated for assignment Saturday. Sucre is known for his outstanding defensive work behind the dish, although he's also generating serviceable offense this season to the tune of a .245 average, three doubles, three home runs and 19 RBI over 101 plate appearances. Wilson Ramos made his season debut on Saturday after offseason knee surgery, but the Rays' current aversion to deploying in back-to-back games figures to afford Sucre a steady dose of starts for the foreseeable future.
2:43 pm (EST)
Trevor Rosenthal (R) Headshot

Rosenthal (2-3) recorded a strikeout against the only batter he faced in Sunday's 8-4 win over the Pirates.

The hard-throwing reliever impressively mowed down Josh Harrison on three pitches after coming on in relief of Matt Bowman in the seventh with two out and a man on third. Rosenthal then became eligible for the win once the Cardinals exploded for four runs in the home half of the frame, leading to his first victory since May 9. The 27-year-old now has four scoreless efforts in his last five appearances and has a 15:5 K:BB over 9.1 June innings.
2:36 pm (EST)
Greg García (L) Headshot

Garcia went 1-for-2 with a two-run single in Sunday's 8-4 win over the Pirates.

The struggling utility man came through with a timely hit in the second that opened the scoring on the night. It was only the second time that Garcia has hit safely in June, as his monthly line remains an unsightly .065/.237/.065. However, given the .276 average he mustered in 2016, the 27-year-old figures to progressively snap out of his current slump with additional playing time.
2:32 pm (EST)
Yadier Molina (R) Headshot

Molina (knee) went 3-for-4 with an RBI single, a double and three runs in Sunday's 8-4 win over the Pirates.

After having sat Friday and Saturday with knee soreness, Molina was a last-minute addition to Sunday's lineup and delivered in a notable way. His seventh-inning single snapped a 4-4 tie, and he went on to post his first three-hit game of the season. After knocking in only one run over the first 12 games of June, the veteran backstop has now compiled six RBI over his last six contests and is also riding an 11-game hitting streak.
2:27 pm (EST)
Mark Leiter Jr. (R) Headshot

Leiter was confirmed as the starting pitcher for Wednesday's game against the Mariners, Jim Salisbury of CSN Philadelphia reports.

With Jerad Eickhoff (back) not quite ready to return to the rotation, Leiter will get another chance to start in his place. The 26-year-old impressed in his first spot start for the Phillies, allowing just three hits and a walk while striking out five batters in six scoreless frames against a potent Diamondbacks offense. He'll look to keep it up against a hot-hitting Seattle offense that has scored the most runs in the majors this month.
2:23 pm (EST)
Jerad Eickhoff (R) Headshot

Eickhoff (back) won't be activated from the 10-day disabled list in advance of his next scheduled start Wednesday against the Mariners, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

Though Eickhoff (back) was able to resume throwing off a mound Sunday, he either didn't feel 100 percent during the session or will need to make a rehab start in the minors before getting clearance to rejoin the Phillies. With Eickhoff seemingly out of commission until at least next week, Mark Leiter will receive a second straight nod in his stead after covering six shutout innings in his first MLB start.
2:23 pm (EST)
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