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Rehab Assignment Rundown: Evan Longoria, Andrew Bailey, Jaime Garcia, Brandon McCarthy and More

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May 17, 2012; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria (3) in the dugout against the Boston Red Sox at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE
May 17, 2012; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria (3) in the dugout against the Boston Red Sox at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE

Here's the latest news involving major leaugers currently on rehab assignments:

  • Washington Nationals starting pitcher Chien-Ming Wang pitched 6 2/3 innings last night for the Harrisburg Senators. The veteran right-hander gave up three runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out two batters.
  • Brandon Morrow of the Toronto Blue Jays will make his second rehab start today for Single-A Dunedin. If all goes well, Morrow will make two more rehab starts for the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats, then rejoin the big club, according to Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com.
  • Roberto Hernandez (formerly Fausto Carmona) of the Cleveland Indians will make his next rehab start Sunday for the Lake County Captains. He gave up three runs, one earned, over five innings to go with four strikeouts in his first rehab start July 26.
  • Colorado Rockies infielder Chris Nelson returned to action after a heart scare. Last night, he went 3-for-4 with a double for the Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
  • Los Angeles Dodgers reliiever Matt Guerrier could be ready to start a rehab assignment soon, according to a report from J.P. Hoonstra of the Los Angeles Daily News. Guerrier recently threw a pain-free 25-pitch bullpen session.
  • San Diego Padres pitcher Tim Stauffer made his first rehab appearance for the team's Arizona Fall League affiliate Tuesday, pitching one inning while giving up an unearned run.
  • Houston Astros catcher Jason Castro is expected to start a rehab assignment as soon as today, reported Zachary Levine of the Houston Chronicle.