Diamondbacks' Phil Gosselin: Collects three hits Sunday
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(3:00 am ET) Gosselin got the start at second base and hit second Sunday, going 3-for-5 with a double, a run scored and an RBI in a win over the Reds.

It was his first start since July 6, but Gosselin certainly made the most of it. He's now hitting .308/.379/.462 in 26 at-bats on the month though, which might earn him some more playing time going forward.

Phillies' Andres Blanco: Heading to DL with fractured finger
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(7/24/2016) Blanco exited Sunday's game against the Pirates with a broken index finger and is expected to land on the disabled list, Matt Breen of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Given the nature of the injury, the 32-ywear-old infielder will almost certainly miss more than the minimum 15 days because of it. Taylor Featherston, who was not in Sunday's Triple-A lineup, appears the likely candidate for recall prior to Monday's game against the Marlins.

Pirates' Adam Frazier: Clubs pinch homer Sunday
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(7/24/2016) Frazier hit a pinch solo homer Sunday against the Phillies.

Frazier's first homer of the year broke a 4-4 tie, providing the Pirates with the winning run. The part-timer is now slashing .359/.405/.590 in 40 at-bats since joining the major-league roster on June 24.

Phillies' Andres Blanco: Leaves game with hand injury Sunday
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(7/24/2016) Before leaving the contest with a hand injury in the fifth inning, Blanco went 1-for-2 with a solo homer Sunday at the Pirates.

Blanco's fourth blast of the season gave the Phillies a 1-0 lead in the first inning of a losing effort. He's now hit safely in three straight contests, and he's slashing .271/.321/.445 on the year.

Padres' Ryan Schimpf: Cranks out ninth bomb of 2016 on Sunday
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(7/24/2016) Schimpf went 3-for-5 with a homer, a run and two RBI Sunday at the Nationals.

Schimpf's ninth blast of 2016 tied the game at six in the eighth inning of a road victory. He's now homered in back-to-back games, and he slashing .250/.368/.648 in 93 at-bats on the year.

Astros' Jose Altuve: Crushes two bombs Sunday
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(7/24/2016) Altuve went 3-for-5 with two homers, two runs and six RBI Sunday against the Angels.

Altuve launched a three-run homer to put the Astros on the board in the first inning before crushing his 17th bomb of the year in the following inning, leading to a blowout victory. He's now posted multiple hits in six of his last seven games, and he's slashing .360/.428/.575 on the season.

White Sox's Brett Lawrie: Out of lineup again Sunday
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(7/24/2016) Lawrie (hamstring) is out of the lineup Sunday against the Tigers.

Lawrie hasn't made an appearance since suffering from a tight left hamstring in Thursday's contest, but the White Sox seem confident that the injury isn't a significant issue. He underwent an MRI on Friday that cleared him of any structural damage, so he's just waiting for the tightness he's experiencing to subside. Carlos Sanchez, who was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte earlier Sunday, will fill in for Lawrie at the keystone.

Athletics' Arismendy Alcantara: Optioned to Triple-A
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(7/24/2016) Alcantara was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on Sunday.

Alcantara logged only two appearances during his latest stint with the Athletics, going 1-for-5 with three strikeouts. The 24-year-old brings value with his ability to steal bases and play multiple positions, but until he shows more improvement with his hit tool, he may have a difficult time sticking in the majors for extended stretches of time.

White Sox's Carlos Sanchez: Called up to serve as 26th man
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(7/24/2016) Sanchez was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday, Scot Gregor of the Daily Herald reports.

Though the Tigers and White Sox aren't technically playing doubleheader Sunday, both teams will be allowed to carry 26 men since the two sides have to first conclude Saturday's game, which was postponed in the ninth inning due to rain with the score tied at 3-3. The single game originally scheduled for Sunday will be played immediately after the postponed game is completed, but Sanchez is eligible to play in either or both contests. He'll likely be sent back down to Charlotte immediately after Sunday's games are completed.

Angels' Johnny Giavotella: Out of Sunday's lineup
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(7/24/2016) Giavotella is out of the lineup Sunday against the Astros, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.

With Giavotella stuck in a 2-for-23 slump dating back to July 9, his playing time has become a little more sporadic of late. Giavotella will now sit for the fourth time in seven games, giving way to Gregorio Petit at the keystone.

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