Outfielder Christian Yelich hopes to come off of the disabled list and be in the lineup tonight against the Pirates. Yelich has been on the disabled list since August 9 with a bruised right knee and the team does not feel that a rehab assignment is necessary.
Carter Capps will likely be held out of the team's current series against the Pirates. Capps is recovering from a right elbow strain and is yet to feel 100 percent.
The Marlins' farm system is not as strong as it was a few years ago and none of their top prospects are having dominant seasons.
Around the Leauge
After a long stint on the disabled list, David Wright returned to the lineup with a bang last night.
George Springer took the next step in his rehab process yesterday by taking on-filed batting practice.
C.C. Sabathia is headed to the disabled list with right knee inflammation and his season could be over as a result of it.
Marcus Stroman threw three innings in a simulated game on Monday and he could begin his rehab assignment next week.
At Fish Stripes
Jose Fernandez should not pitch again. Giancarlo Stanton should not hit again. But the club might not really have a choice.
The Miami Marlins are rumored to be at least considering moving the fences in before the 2016 season. The argument has more to do with offensive production than a problem with the fences.
Gillespie, 31, has thrived since being promoted from Triple-A New Orleans.
Scott McGough was recalled in the corresponding roster move.
The Dodgers announced Latos would be sent to the bullpen as the club turns to a four man rotation.