Segura has been a rare bright spot for the Diamondbacks all season, batting .317 with 19 home runs and 30 stolen bases for the season. The 26-year-old has set career highs in runs scored, home runs, RBI and batting average in his first season in the desert.
The Pirates needed to clear a spot on the 40-man roster after trading for minor league infielder Chris Bostick, and considering Harrison was already ruled out for the season, he was the clear choice to send off. He'll return to the active roster sometime over the offseason and will likely get back to a starting role for Pittsburgh heading into next season.
Wong will sit out for the third day in a row after seeing his batting average over the past week sit just above the Mendoza Line. Greg Garcia will take over at the keystone Monday night.
Zobrist tallied eight hits and five RBI over his last four games, but manager Joe Maddon decided to hold him out Monday with the Cubs' playing positioning secured. Javier Baez will man second base for the Cubs on Monday night.
Zobrist led both sides with a trio of hits, including his 30th double of the season. He also scored a pair of runs, including what proved to be the game-winning run in the sixth inning. The 35-year-old has tailed off following a strong first half, but he's still batting a solid .272/.385/.431 with 15 homers, 72 RBI and 90 runs.
Wong has seen his starting opportunities pick up since the start of September, but after going just 4-for-30 (.133 average) over his last 11 appearances, he'll hit the bench for the second day in a row. Matt Carpenter will move over from first base to cover the keystone.
Panik is hitting just .236 against left-handed pitching, so he'll sit out Sunday against San Diego's Clayton Richard. Kelby Tomlinson will head out to second base and hit second in Panik's absence.
Utley owns a weak .165 batting average against lefties, so he'll sit out of Sunday's game. With Utley out, Charlie Culberson will take over at second base and bat eighth.
Gennett has started four straight games for Milwaukee and gone 3-for-15 in that time. Jonathan Villar will move over to second base while Gennett gets Sunday afternoon off.
Murphy's absence from the lineup comes as no surprise, as it was announced that he'd be temporarily shut down to deal with a mild glute strain. However, now that the Nationals have clinched the NL East, it's possible that they'll be even more patient before having Murphy return to action. He'll be replaced by Wilmer Difo at second base Sunday afternoon.