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It appeared Tyson Ross might have been in a position to be placed on the disabled list. But an MRI revealed he won't need surgery:
While a timetable hasn't been set, Ross did get a chance to play catch for the first time since Opening Day on Thursday. He has been rehabbing since then and said of Thursday that "it wasn't the first day of catch I was looking for."
Michael Bourn heads to Toronto on a minor-league deal.
Chris Colabello has been suspended 80 games for a PED violation.
Tampa Bay called up Blake Snell.
Danny Valencia's hamstring issue doesn't seem to be too serious:
Danny Valencia says he doesn't think hamstring issue is severe & "I will be very upset not to be in lineup" at end of 15-day DL #Athletics— John Hickey (@JHickey3) April 22, 2016
Keone Kela will be out for three months:
Keone Kela will have surgery Friday to remove bone spur in right elbow. Will miss three months. #Rangers— Jeff Wilson (@JeffWilson_FWST) April 22, 2016
Several clubs might express interest in Michael Morse:
Michael Morse has been unconditionally released, Pirates say.— Adam Berry (@adamdberry) April 21, 2016
Pablo Sandoval is not much closer to returning.
A Tim Lincecum showcase could be coming.
Stephen Strasburg is having success, but is anyone watching?
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Today in Baseball History: On this day in 2008, the Cubs became the second franchise to win 10,000 games.