Amarista will return to the Padres a week after being optioned with Yangervis Solarte landing on the Family Leave List. Amarista figures to resume his role as a utility infielder for the big league club.
Dietrich was held hitless in 10 of 12 games since his last day off, so manager Don Mattingly felt it was time to give Dietrich a mental break. Miguel Rojas will man the keystone Wednesday in Dietrich's place.
The Nationals, who have lost six of their last eight games, are looking for someone to spark their offense and the speedy Turner might just fit the bill. All five of his steals have come in his last seven games, although he's hitting just .250 (8-for-32) during that stretch. With Ryan Zimmerman off the DL and Daniel Murphy shifted back to second base, Turner's best route to playing time will likely continue to be in center at the expense of the struggling Ben Revere.
Gennett singled in a pair of runs in the eighth inning to break open a 4-4 tie to lead the Brewers to a home victory. He's now driven in nine runs in his last seven games, and he raised his batting average to .264 on the year.
Gyorko's 13th bomb of 2016 gave the Cardinals a 3-0 lead in the third inning of a road victory. He's now left the yard six times in his last eight games to raise his slugging percentage to .487 on the year.
After not starting a game since July 6, Gosselin has seen an uptick in playing time as he's now making his third consecutive start. The 27-year-old has made the most of his opportunities as he's gone 5-for-9 (.556) with a double, run, and RBI in his last two games. He should have another great shot at fantasy production Tuesday night, batting in front of sluggers Jean Segura and Paul Goldschmidt.
Thursday marks the end of Gordon's 80-game PED suspension and he's gone 5-for-22 in six rehab games. Encouragingly, Gordon swiped a pair of bases during his rehab work and should be ready to make an immediate impact when activated. Manager Don Mattingly did acknowledge, however, the Derek Dietrich will continue to see regular work at second, noting that Gordon is ineligible to participate in the post season should the Marlins get there.
Panik would be a big addition back to the Giants, who have been playing Ramiro Pena and Grant Green at second base in his absence. Upon his return, Panik should regain his spot near the top of the starting lineup. The Giants host the Nationals this weekend before heading to Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Frazier, who has played 21 games with the Pirates, is making the most of his opportunity, hitting .359..405/.590 in 39 at-bats. Frazier and the Pirates will host Felix Hernandez and the Mariners on Tuesday. If the 24-year-old can continue his success that has carried over from the minors, he could be a mainstay and get more starts for the Pirates as the season progresses.
Harrison will take a seat as Adam Frazier will get the start at second base. Over his past 10 games, Harrison has struggled, hitting just .167 with seven strikeouts in 31 at-bats. Look for Harrison to be back in the lineup on Wednesday as the Pirates host left-hander James Paxton and the Mariners.