Ian Kinsler (ribs) is out of the Rangers' starting lineup again on Saturday evening.
Kinsler was hit in the ribs by a throw Tuesday while stealing second base and aggravated his contusion Thursday during an at-bat. He is considered day-to-day.
Reds optioned LHP Tony Cingrani to Triple-A Louisville.
The Reds needed to clear a rotation spot with Johnny Cueto returning from the disabled list Monday, so Cingrani was officially sent down. He was mostly excellent over his first six major league starts, posting a 3.27 ERA, nine walks and 41 strikeouts in 33 innings. Neftali Soto has been called up to replace Cingrani on the active roster, and Mike Leake will remain Cincinnati's fifth starter.
Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) could begin jogging sometime next week.
That's what Marlins skipper Mike Redmond told reporters on Saturday afternoon. Stanton has been on the disabled list since April 30 with a severe right hamstring strain and is being limited currently to pool workouts. There is no timetable for his return to Miami.
Joe Mauer (back) returned to the Twins' lineup Saturday.
Mauer was held out of Friday's game with lower back stiffness, but it was never a major concern. He's batting in the No. 2 spot Saturday and will serve as the Twins' designated hitter against the Red Sox.
Robinson Cano launched a pair of two-run homers in Saturday's win over the Blue Jays.
It was the 12th multi-homer game of his career and his second of the season. The 30-year-old is now tied for the American League lead with 12 homers. He's the cream of the crop among fantasy second baseman and could get even better as the Yankees' lineup gets healthier.