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Domonic Brown homered and drove in four runs with one hit in four at-bats of Friday's 14th win over the Mets.

Think Brown had more hits in Friday's game then he had for the entire month of May coming in. While a slight exaggeration it is unfortunately not that far off as he has just four hits over his last 10 games, including Friday night, and only 12 in 84 May at-bats for a stellar .142 average. You can keep holding out hope if you want but if you are thinking that this home run will spark some improvement just go back to his last home run back on May 21st where he followed that up going hitless in his next four games (11 at-bats).ANALYST: Michael Pichan

Angels have optioned RHP Vinnie Pestano to Triple-A Salt Lake.

Pestano will be sent down to Triple-A, with Efren Navarro replacing him on the active roster. Pestano has had a rough start to the season, posting a 4.22 ERA. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Angels signed free agent RHP Geovanny Acosta to a minor league contract.

Acosta, 21, was signed by the Angels and is expected to report to the DSL (rookie-ball) Angels of the Dominican League. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Adam Jones had an X-ray on his ankle. He has a mild sprain and is listed day to day. He will also have an MRI.

Jones is a very durable and tough player, and as long as his MRI results come back clean, he should be fine by mid-next week. He's day-to-day for now. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Bud Norris (bronchitis) will make another rehab start at Triple-A Norfolk Tuesday.

Norris has been taking a while in coming back from a severe case of bronchitis, and will likely continue to make rehab starts until the Orioles need a starter or Norris reaches the maximum time allowed for a rehab assignment. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Matt Ryan will move outside the pocket more this season in offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan's system.

The Falcons will try to buy Ryan some more time this season by moving outside the pocket, as he was rushed for time last season under a questionable and injured offensive line. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Cubs signed free agent RHP Miguel Estevez to a minor league contract.

The 21-year old will play with the Cubs' rookie ball affiliate in the Dominican League, which is starting up in mid-June. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Erick Aybar (hamstring) is not in the Angels' starting lineup on Saturday.

Aybar could miss extended time with the hamstring injury, as the Angels don't plan on bringing him back until the hamstring is fully healed. That being said, Aybar is not expected to land on the disabled list.  Analysis: Ben Diamond

Rafael Betancourt left Saturday's game with "flu-like symptoms" team says.

Betancourt walked a player and gave up a hit, allowing an earned run before leaving the game without getting an out. It looks like he was just off his game because of an illness, and should be fine by next week. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Manager Chip Hale said he'll still look closely at matchups, but he sounds close to putting Addison Reed back into the closer's role.

With Brad Ziegler running into a few bumps in the road as the Diamondbacks new closer and Addison Reed 3.2 straight scoreless innings, Reed will begin to work his way back into the full time closing role. He's probably not a great option to be using every day in fantasy due to the risk of him blowing up in any outing, but he should start to get some saves. Analysis: Ben Diamond

David Murphy is not in the Indians' starting lineup on Saturday.

David Murphy will take a seat, with Jerry Sands hitting eighth and playing right field. This sounds like a normal off day for Murphy. Analysis: Ben Diamond

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