Another fun day of baseball is in the books. Here is a recap of Wednesday's news from around the league.
RUMORS & TRANSACTIONS
Angels: Owner Arte Moreno remains adamant the team will not cross the $189 million luxury tax threshold next season. The team already has $140 million in contract commitments on the books for 2015. (Fox Sports)
Blue Jays: Designated RHP Sergio Santos for assignment, the team announced. RHP Chad Jenkins was called up from Triple-A in a corresponding move.
Cardinals: RHP Adam Wainwright acknowledged he is dealing with a bit of a "dead arm" ... C Yadier Molina (thumb) caught six innings in his first Double-A rehab game ... RHP Michael Wacha (shoulder) has been cleared to make his first Double-A rehab start on Sunday. (CBS Sports 920AM)
Dodgers: OF Scott Van Slyke left Wednesday's game with a mild right ankle sprain, the team announced. X-rays came back negative ... 3B Juan Uribe (hamstring) is likely to be activated when eligible on Saturday (MLB.com) ... LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (glute) threw a two-inning simulated and will likely be activated early next week. (MLB.com)
Giants: Manager Bruce Bochy won his 1,600th career game, passing Tommy Lasorda and moving into 19th play all-time.