Collin Cowgill
Collin Cowgill exits game after being hit by a pitch in the nose
Collin Cowgill, RF, LAA
10:35 PM
News: Angels outfielder Collin Cowgill was forced out of Saturday's game against the Rangers after being hit by a pitch in the nose. Cowgill received stitches in his nose and taken to hospital for further testing, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Cowgill is hitting .277 with five homers and 16 RBI in 177 at-bats. His status remains uncertain for the team's final game before the All-Star break on Sunday against the Rangers.
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Joey Votto
Manager: Joey Votto will return in weeks, not months
Joey Votto, 1B, CIN
9:17 PM
News: Reds manager Bryan Price believes first baseman Joey Votto's timetable will come down to weeks, not months, MLB.com reports Saturday.

"It's so far out, and when I say 'far out,' it's more weeks; I'm not talking about months and months and months," Price said. "But with both Brandon [Phillips] and Joey, we're talking more about weeks than days. So I think it would be reckless of me to suggest there's a due date on when either one of them would be back."
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Alberto Callaspo
Alberto Callaspo diagnosed with Grade 2 hamstring strain
Alberto Callaspo, DH, OAK
9:05 PM
News: Athletics infielder Alberto Callaspo was diagnosed with a Grade 2 strain of his right hamstring, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Callaspo pulled up lame while trying to beat out a grounder Friday night against the Mariners. He is expected to need at least seven days to recover, which is why he was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Saturday.
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Nick Martinez
Nick Martinez nearing 'pen session
Nick Martinez, SP, TEX
8:41 PM
News: Rangers pitcher Nick Martinez threw long toss in the outfield prior to Saturday's game against the Angels. Martinez, who is on the disabled list with a strained muscle in his left side, is expected to throw his first bullpen next weekend in Toronto, MLB.com reports.
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Victor Martinez
Victor Martinez not healthy enough to play in ASG
Victor Martinez, DH, DET
8:39 PM
News: Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez (back) will not play in the All-Star game, but will be there for the festivities in Minneapolis, MLB.com reports Saturday.

"He should go, I mean he was selected by his peers. He should definitely go," manager Brad Ausmus said.
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Brian McCann
X-rays come back negative for Brian McCann
Brian McCann, C, NYY
7:54 PM
News: Yankees catcher Brian McCann underwent X-rays on his injured foot, which came back negative, the Star-Ledger reports Saturday. McCann, who fouled off ball off his toe Saturday, remains hopeful he can play on Sunday against the Orioles, the final game before the All-Star break.
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James Paxton
James Paxton nearing rehab work
James Paxton, SP, SEA
6:50 PM
News: Mariners pitcher James Paxton completed another bullpen session Saturday, as he continues to work his way back from a lat injury. Paxton is expected to start a minor-league rehab assignment next week, manager Lloyd McClendon told MLB.com.
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Coco Crisp
Coco Crisp sits out penultimate game before All-Star break
Coco Crisp, CF, OAK
6:26 PM
News: Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp was held out of the starting lineup again on Friday against Seattle due to an ankle injury. Crisp owns a .291/.387/.449 slash line with seven homers and 31 RBI in 254 at-bats this season. His status remains uncertain for the final game before the All-Star break on Sunday.
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Hanley Ramirez
Hanley Ramirez out of lineup Saturday
Hanley Ramirez, SS, LAD
6:23 PM
News: As expected, Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez is not in the starting lineup Saturday. Ramirez has been out the past two days with a shoulder issue, and he's not expected to return until after the All-Star break.
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Evan Gattis
Evan Gattis takes batting practice
Evan Gattis, C, ATL
5:52 PM
News: Braves catcher Evan Gattis felt good enough after taking some swings Friday that he participated in batting practice before Class A Rome's game Friday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

"He’ll do the same (workout) today, and then just keep ramping him up that way," Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said Saturday morning. "(Rome) doesn’t play Monday; they play Tuesday. But we haven’t talked about any of that (rehab assignment) stuff yet. Maybe he comes in today and it’s gotten a little sore and (he says) I don’t want to do all that stuff. But I think it was encouraging what he was able to do (Friday)."

Gattis was placed on the disabled list in late June with a bulging disk in his back. If he continues to progress, he could be ready to join the Braves soon after the All-Star break.

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