The Cleveland Indians may be without another two outfielders -- Michael Bourn continues his rehab assignment in the hopes of being able to come back from his hamstring woes -- as David Murphy and Nick Swisher are potentially both headed for the disabled list.
A quick rundown of some of the top rumors from around major league baseball for Monday April 20.
The Tigers already have two relievers on the disabled list. Do they need to make a move right away.
The Cubs called up their top prospect on Friday, but the White Sox see no need to follow suit.
Dillon Gee was the subject of trade rumors all winter and the New York Mets may still be open to dealing the righthander.
A top Yankee scout went to see the Braves' top prospect, but that doesn't mean a deal will happen.
The Tampa Bay Rays signed veteran catcher J.P. Arencibia to a minor league contract on Thursday, which seemed to suggest that the Rays wanted to add some depth behind the plate.
Coming up in the New York Yankees organization, Peter O'Brien was used in a variety of different positions; catcher, third base, first base and the outfield.
Michael Saunders' injury in Spring Training opened the door for a temporary starting spot for Kevin Pillar in Toronto's outfield, but Pillar's impressive start to the season may force the Blue Jays to change their plans.
The Royals need to find a way to replace their right fielder who suffered a broken pinky on Monday night.
The Angels could get a 16-game winner back in their rotation by this weekend.
The Red Sox were interested in Jordan Zimmermann over the winter. Could the star righthander land in Boston one day?
The Indians lost their starting catcher for six to eight weeks, but may be comfortable with an in-house replacement.
The Mets' closer has been suspended for 80 games. Will the Mets welcome him back when the ban is over?
With Wesley Wright sidelined, the Baltimore Orioles may be short on left-handed relievers.
With Mike Olt and Tommy La Stella hurting, the issue of when the Cubs promote Kris Bryant is again a hot topic.