Trevor Cahill (hip) is expected to be ready for his next start.
Cahill had to leave Wednesday's game after taking a first-inning Marcell Ozuna line drive off his right hip. His removal was a precaution, though, and he'll be fine for a start early next week against the Nationals.
The Rockies will option Jeff Francis to Triple-A Colorado Springs prior to Thursday's game.
The move won't be made official until the Rockies call up Roy Oswalt. The club is hoping that Francis will agree to stick around for depth, but he has the option of choosing free agency because of his major league service time. He's put up a 6.58 ERA and 1.56 WHIP this season and wouldn't figure to net a major league deal elsewhere.
Derek Jeter (ankle) took batting practice Wednesday for the first time since his second ankle fracture.
It's another big step for the rehabbing shortstop, who is working out at the Yankees' spring training complex in Tampa, Florida. Jeter has been hitting off a tee and doing light fielding drills for about a week and is currently on track to return to the Yankees' active roster shortly after the All-Star break.
David Price (triceps) is scheduled to make his first rehab start on Friday with High-A Charlotte.
Price will have to make at least two total starts in the minor leagues before the Rays consider activating him from the disabled list. The ace left-hander has been sidelined since May 15 with a left triceps strain. He felt "great" after a bullpen session Tuesday.
Trevor Cahill has been diagnosed with a hip contusion.
Cahill suffered the bruise Wednesday when he took a first-inning Marcell Ozuna line drive off his upper right leg. It's an injury that will heal in a couple of days and should not affect the right-hander's schedule much.
Chris Davis crushed his 25th and 26th home runs Wednesday as the Orioles pounded the Tigers 13-3.
Both were two-run shots; he had one off Rick Porcello in the fourth and another off Jose Valverde in the ninth. He also mixed in a ground-rule double, giving him five RBI on the day. After going eight games without an RBI earlier this month, Davis has come back with six homers and 14 RBI in his last eight games. He's also overtaken Miguel Cabrera for the AL lead in OPS.
Nick Swisher (shoulder) is expected to return to the Indians' starting lineup this Saturday.
That's contingent on a batting practice session going well on Friday. Swisher hasn't placed since last Saturday because of a sore left shoulder. He was given a cortisone injection to treat the discomfort earlier this week and is apparently feeling much better.