Josh Hamilton bruised his left middle finger he was hit by a pitch in the seventh inning, leaving him questionable to play Saturday.
When they x-rayed Hamilton's finger Friday night, they claimed to have found a small fracture but said they weren't sure if it was new or an old lingering problem. He'll likely miss Saturday's game and will probably be questionable for Sunday. Consider him day-to-day for now and check back to see if he manages to work as a pinch-hitter at all.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Greg Hardy (illness) missed Cowboys practice Wednesday.
The illness seems like nothing to be concerned over. The most important news is that Peter King believes Greg Hardy will get either two or four games removed from his 10-game domestic violence suspension. The appeal is set for Thursday and will be heard by league-appointed arbitrator Harold Henderson. This is the same arbitrator that upheld the NFL's penalty for Adrian Peterson. Analysis: Drew Phelps
Mark Trumbo is not in the Diamondbacks starting lineup Wednesday.
Trumbo is getting the afternoon off against Mike Foltynewicz and the Atlanta Braves. There have been a lot of rumors swirling about Trumbo's trade value but nothing substantial as of yet. The Cardinals were in the mix after losing Matt Adams for a few months and perhaps the rest of the season, a power-hitting first baseman, that's better than Mark Reynolds might be a good fit in St. Louis. Analysis: Drew Phelps
Tommy Milone will be recalled to start on Thursday.
With the doubleheader Wednesday, the Twins are in need of an extra starter this week, so they'll turn to the southpaw to face the Red Sox, a team that struggles against lefties to the tune of a .248 batting average and .290 wOBA. He's been pitching extremely well at Triple-A lately -- 0.76 ERA with a 47:3 K:BB over 38 1/3 innings in five starts -- and could be a nice sleeper in DFS play. Analysis: Howard Bender