Scooter Gennett is not in the Brewers starting lineup on Sunday.
With southpaw Gio Gonzalez on the hill for the Nationals, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke is trying to get as many right-handed bats into his lineup as he can. Therefore, Rickie Weeks, who is batting .252 with three home runs and 16 RBI, will get the start.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Gennett will get the day off on Sunday with Rickie Weeks filling in at the keystone and batting second in the Brewers lineup. Like we saw in the first half, Gennett will make way for Weeks on occasion, but after being removed form Saturday's game due to a sore leg, this could become more regular over the next few days. The extent of the injury is unknown at this time, so consider him day-to-day for the time being. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Devon Travis left Tuesday's game with an apparent injury.
The Blue Jays are already a little short handed in their infield after trading Jose Reyes last night for Troy Tulowitzki who is not yet with the team. Travis started the game off with a home run for the Blue Jays so daily owners have at least already gotten value out of him but seasonal league owners should monitor this situation. Analysis: Jonathan Impemba
Angels have sent IF Eric Stamets to the Indians for OF David Murphy.
The Angels have not been shy about their need for an outfield to play alongside Mike Trout and Kole Calhoun and have now acquired three outfielders in less than 24 hours with Shane Victorino and David DeJesus also being acquired along with David Murphy. Murphy has enjoyed a solid season for the Indians, hitting .296 with 22 runs, five home runs an 27 RBI while playing mostly against right handed pitchers. Analysis: Jonathan Impemba