Time for our nightly roundup of news and rumors. As a reminder, click through on the provided links for the full stories, where applicable.
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Mets: Bartolo Colon is on the bereavement list.
Nationals: Outfielder Nate Schierholtz was signed to a minor-league deal.
Red Sox: Mookie Betts was called up while Jackie Bradley Jr. was sent down to the minors.
Reds: As expected, Brandon Phillips was activated from the DL.
Mariners: Felix Hernandez is good to go for his next start after being struck by a batted ball last time out (mariners.com).
Pirates: It looks like Andrew McCutchen will come off the DL Tuesday.
Royals: Salvador Perez was removed for the game with knee discomfort, but the club called the move a precautionary measure.
Twins: Top prospect Byron Buxton isn't expected to play again this season (Rhett Bollinger via Twitter).
Angels: Josh Hamilton was benched again Monday and will have an extra hitting session (angels.com).
Braves: B.J. Upton is "not defeated," says Fredi Gonzalez (ajc.com).
Rusney Castillo: The Phillies are the favorite to sign the Cuban import, reports nypost.com.
Dodgers: GM Ned Colletti is looking to make a deal for a reliever and a power bat off the bench (dodgers.com).
Orioles: Miguel Gonzalez will be rejoining the big-league club very soon (orioles.com).
Rangers: Several players cleared waivers, reports Jon Heyman.
Pete Rose: You can bet on whether or not the new commissioner will reinstate Rose.
White Sox: Robin Ventura won't rule out first-round pick Carlos Rodon being called up this season (whitesox.com).