Beltran hit his second home run in as many games before exiting. The game was turning into a blowout when he left with shoulder soreness, so the removal may have been mostly cautionary. Still, it's hard to bank on him returning on Sunday. Aaron Hicks could start in right field if Beltran is out.
Peralta is coming back from a broken thumb, and was hoping to be back in the next week or so. He'll have his return delayed by at least a few days, though the injury doesn't sound serious. It's still unknown whether Peralta will have a starting role upon return.
Plouffe left Friday's game with a sprained MCL. Eduardo Nunez is playing third base on Saturday and could see more time there going forward should Plouffe land on the disabled list. More news should come out regarding his status soon.
Harrison had to leave Friday's game with the same illness. Cole Figueroa will instead start at second base and will bat ninth. Harrison is unlikely to miss more time.
Street has been out since April with an oblique strain, but the Angels are hoping he can return by the end of May or the start of June. When he is back, Street will take over the closers role from Joe Smith.
Harvey has seen his velocity drop and performance decline this season, with many suspecting an injury. While this could still be the case, the Mets claim to have found something in Harvey's delivery that may be the source of a couple of his issues.
Wheeler hasn't pitched since 2014 due to Tommy John surgery that he required before the 2015 season. He's expected back around the All Star Break and will hope to make strides towards reaching his top of the rotation upside.
Toronto has awaited the return of their second baseman but his arrival coincides with Troy Tulowitzki going to the disabled list. Devon Travis made an impression in his debut last year prior to his season ending early due to injury. Travis had two hits and kept the ninth inning alive with a pivotal hit to drive in Russell Martin in the eighth inning. He is now hitting .294 in his small sample size this year and also is 2-for-3 against David Price who will start on Sunday.
Not only has Russell Martin been off to a slow start, in spite of his three hits on Saturday, Martin is still below the Mendoza Line on the season. But with his home run on Saturday, Martin now has three in his last four games in which he is 6-for-17 with six runs and six RBI. He now has 11 runs and 14 RBI after 43 games but this is not the type of production fantasy owners were hoping for. Martin is 5-for-25 in prior match-ups with David Price who will start on Sunday in Toronto.
Toronto needs to get Edwin Encarnacion hot in order to contend for the divisional title. Encarnacion had a double and an RBI on Saturday but is only hitting .237 on the season. He does have nine home runs and 37 RBI. His RBI total is third in the American League. Encarnacion is 10-for-42 against Sunday’s starter David Price with a double and three home runs in previous match-ups.