Friday night brought us some pretty outstanding action in Major League Baseball. If you missed out, that's a shame.
As for the non-game news, notes, rumors, injury updates and everything in between, we've got you covered? For the full story, as always, click on the provided links.
To the bulletpoints!
Angels/Pirates: The clubs traded Jason Grilli and Ernesto Frieri for each other.
Mariners: Michael Saunders was activated from the disabled list and as a corresponding move, Jesus Montero was sent back to the minors.
Orioles: As expected, they placed Bud Norris on the disabled list with a strained groin.
Phillies: Carlos Ruiz has been placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list.
Reds: They have signed Cuban import Raisel Iglesias to a seven-year, $27 million deal.
White Sox: The club designated Scott Downs for assignment and recalled Eric Surkamp from Triple-A Charlotte.
Twins: Shortstop Danny Santana was placed on the DL while pitcher Yohan Pino was recalled.
A's: Derek Norris had to leave Friday's game early due to lower back tightness (MLB.com).
Angels: Tyler Skaggs will start either Wednesday or Thursday in his return from the DL (Angels.com).
Astros: Dexter Fowler was a late scratch from the lineup Friday with a stiff back (Ultimate Astros).
Blue Jays: Brett Cecil threw off the mound and is preparing for a rehab assignment (bluejays.com).
Braves: Evan Gattis is day to day after leaving the game with back spasms.
Cubs: After crashing into the outfield wall in Wrigley Field Thursday, Junior Lake said he's feeling fine (Cubs.com).
Diamondbacks: Chris Owings was a late scratch from the lineup due to a left shoulder injury (diamondbacks.com).
Indians: Justin Masterson was scratched from his scheduled start Sunday due to a knee injury.
Mariners: James Paxton threw a 25-pitch bullpen session and said he felt "good" and "smooth." (Mariners.com).
Mets: David Wright has been sent back to New York for an MRI on his left shoulder.
Orioles: Top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy made his third rehab start for Class A Aberdeen Friday. CHECK HOW HE DID
Padres: Carlos Quentin was a late scratch from the lineup Friday due to a sore shoulder, meanwhile Andrew Cashner will start playing catch again in the next few days (Friar Wire).
Phillies: Cliff Lee threw a 40-pitch simulated game and said he felt good. He'll do the same thing within the next three days before a next step is decided (philly.com).
Red Sox: Both Shane Victorino and Will Middlebrooks have been shut down indefinitely.
Twins: Trevor Plouffe eyes a Monday return (Twins.com).
White Sox: Leg soreness kept Adam Eaton out of the lineup Friday (whitesox.com).
Yankees: CC Sabathia will throw 40-45 pitches in a rehab start Saturday for High-A Tampa (Yankees.com).
MISCELLANY (including trade rumors)
David Price: He's on his way out of Tampa Bay, but not just yet, reports Jon Heyman.
Athletics: Their agreed-upon lease with O.co Coliseum wasn't approved by the city, as a few officials boycotted the meeting.
Blue Jays: They are looking at second basemen, but not Daniel Murphy, as the club wants a defensive guy, reports Jon Heyman.
Blue Jays/Padres: The Jays are interested in Chase Headley, reports utsandiego.com.
Padres: They interviewed former Marlins executive Larry Beinfest for the vacant general manager position, the club announced in a press release.
Pirates: They offered phenom Gregory Polanco a real long deal (10-plus years), but there's a gap in negotiations, reports Jon Heyman.