Phillips is 0 for 10 in his last three games. However, he has a .320/.378/.387/.765 slash line in 21 May games.
Travis has been out with a shoulder injury since May 16. It is anticipated that he will return to the Jays when eligible, which would make his stint in the minors quite short. When he returns, he will be on a four-game hitting streak.
Kipnis is the first Indians player to have 48 hits, 28 runs and 20 extra-base hits in a month since July 1936.
Kipnis has a .449/.532/.738/1.270 slash line in 26 May games. He also has three triples, four home runs, 13 doubles, 16 RBI, 14 walks, 28 runs and three stolen bases.
"All winter, I think I kept telling you that he was going to come out with a vengeance," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "And that's exactly what it looks like. He's attacking every game. He's in the middle of everything."
The double off pitcher Brandon Cunniff was Panik's lone hit in four at-bats during the game. He also scored a run and is now hitting .296 on the season.
Prior to Thursday's game, Panik was hitting .350 with one home run and seven RBI in his last 10 games.
Manager Lloyd McClendon said that Cano's symptoms popped up overnight after the team returned home from a road trip. He added that the second baseman had lost a couple pounds due to dehydration and was receiving fluids.
Cano, who went 9 for 37 on the road trip, has hit .253/.296/.333 with one home run and 13 RBI in 186 at-bats.
Over his last 10 games, Cano is batting just .225 (9 for 40) with zero extra base hits. So manager Lloyd McClendon opted to finally give his star a breather.
Brad Miller will handle the keystone position on Thursday.
Peraza is considered a top-100 prospect by MLB.com (No. 38) and Baseball America (No. 54). He has primarily played at shortstop and second base in his minor-league career.
He is batting .296 with two doubles, two home runs, three triples, 16 RBI, 19 runs and 14 stolen bases in 40 games for Gwinnett this season. He has a career .305/.350/.390/.739 slash line.
The 20-year-old prospect was the DH in the second game of a doubleheader Wednesday. He went 0 for 3 with one RBI and one strikeout.
Moncada is batting .286 (6 for 21) with one triple, two RBI, two walks, four runs and seven strikeouts in six games since joining the Greenville roster.
Wong was on a nine-game hitting streak before failing to record one on Tuesday. He finished 1 for 5 on Wednesday. Wong now has six home runs for the season.
Wong now has a slash line of .316/.373/.483.