While Schoop will sit, a second x-ray returned clean, indicating he doesn't have a broken hand. He'll be available off the bench and shouldn't experience any delays in his offseason training as a result of the injury.
Forsythe missed the final five games with a foot contusion, but he still turned in what was far and away his most successful season in the big leagues. In addition to showcasing plenty of defensive versatility, Forsythe was an asset offensively, slashing .281/.359/.444 while hitting 17 homers and driving in 68 runs.
The Rays should again carve out an everyday role for Forsythe in 2016.
Refsnyder has started receiving regular playing time at the keystone, starting each of the past four games and five of the previous six. The 24-year-old has taken advantage, raising his average to .302, and figures to get the chance to start against lefties for as far as the Yankees advance in the postseason.
Originally inserted into the game as a pinch-runner for Melky Cabrera, Garcia wound up receiving a crucial turn at bat - hitting a game-ending single against Neftali Feliz. The walk-off hit is a nice coup for Garcia, who has otherwise played sparingly since being recalled from Triple-A Charlotte.
With the ground wet the Red Sox want to play it safe with the veteran second baseman. Josh Rutledge will start at second base and hit second.
Forsythe is now set to miss his fourth consecutive game as he continues to deal with a bruised right foot. Tim Beckham will take over for Forsythe at second base and hit seventh in the lineup.
Schoop is still experiencing swelling in his hand. The Orioles have little incentive to push Schoop, who will have an MRI Monday after the season is over. It seems unlikely he will get any more than one start between Saturday and Sunday. Jones is not in the lineup for Saturday's first game of a doubleheader.
Schoop continues to have swelling in his hand. The MRI will also be with an arthogram, and he will have dye injected during the procedure as well. It remains unclear exactly how much more time Schoop may miss.
Gregorious could just be avoiding two starts in one day, as the Yankees clinched the playoffs and are sitting several starters for Game 1. Brendan Ryan will take over shortstop in the meantime, batting ninth.
Drew was dealing with an illness that has kept him out for the past two weeks, and he'll now have to go through the league's concussion protocol. Combined with his disappointing season at the plate -- he hit just .201 with a .271 OBP -- Drew's year is likely done regardless of how far the Yankees advance in the postseason.