Friday's game between the Braves and Mets was suspended due to rain.
The Mets tied the score at 5-5 in the bottom of the eighth inning before there was a rain delay going into the top of the ninth. Play will resume Saturday at 6:10 p.m. ET after which the second game of the series will be played.
Chris Young launched a go-ahead three-run homer in the ninth inning in Friday's 6-5 win over the Astros.
The clutch blast capped a big night for the Houston native, as he went 3-for-5 with two runs scored. Young is batting just .189 through 28 games this season, but he still has produced five home runs, 19 RBI, five stolen bases and 15 runs scored. He's worth considering in deeper mixed fantasy leagues.
John Lackey twirled a gem in Friday's victory over the Indians, allowing just one unearned run on two hits over seven innings.
Lackey matched his season high with eight strikeouts while walking three. He's been extremely impressive through his first seven starts on the season, posting a 2.72 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 40/11 K/BB ratio over 39 2/3 innings. He'll look to carry the momentum over from this strong outing when he does battle against the Phillies in Philadelphia on Wednesday.
Jim Henderson was removed from Friday's game against the Pirates due to an apparent leg injury.
No word yet on the extent of the injury or how much time he may miss. Francisco Rodriguez, and not John Axford, replaced Henderson with the Brewers clinging to a one-run lead. The team should release an update on his status after the game.
Curtis Granderson (fractured knuckle) will miss a minimum of four weeks.
Granderson sustained the injury when he was hit by a pitch during the fifth inning of Friday's game against the Rays. It's a tough blow for the Yankees, who will turn back to Ichiro Suzuki and Brennan Boesch to carry the load while Granderson is sidelined.
David Phelps was removed in the eighth inning of Friday's game against the Rays after being drilled by a line drive on the right forearm.
It's a very tough break for Phelps who had pitched fairly well in the game. He logged a career-high 7 2/3 innings, allowing four runs on six hits while striking out three. He retired the first 13 hitters he faced on the night before James Loney doubled with one out in the fifth. The Yankees should have an update on his status after the conclusion of the game.
Curtis Granderson suffered a fractured knuckle on his left pinkie finger after getting hit by a pitch in the fifth inning of Friday's contest against the Rays.
The Yankees haven't yet announced a timetable for how much time he may miss, but will comment further on his status after the game. It's a potentially devastating blow for Granderson who finally returned from the disabled list on May 14 after missing the start of the season with a fractured forearm from being hit by a pitch during spring training.