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Twins' Oswaldo Arcia starts rehab assignment in Triple-A
by Shawn Krest |

Twins outfielder Oswaldo Arcia started a minor league injury rehab assignment on Tuesday, for Triple-A Rochester.

Arcia went on the 15-day disabled list on May 4 with a right hip flexor strain.

He played designated hitter for Rochester and went 0 for 3 with three groundouts and a sacrifice fly. 

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Orioles C Matt Wieters collects two hits in rehab game Tuesday
by Sean d'Oliveira |

Orioles catcher Matt Wieters went 2 for 4 at the plate during his first minor-league rehab assignment game Tuesday.

Wieters played for the team's Double-A team as he makes his way back from Tommy John surgery. He is expected to play at least three more games. Wieters is eligible to come off the DL on June 4.

Wieters will not play Wednesday and then catch Thursday and Saturday at Double-A, reports

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Rangers' Alex Claudio sore after long outing, gets two days off
by Shawn Krest |

Rangers reliever Alex Claudio had a 61-pitch outing in relief on Monday. 

Claudio came in after starter Phil Klein got knocked out after two innings, pitching 3 1/3 innings. 

"I’m sore," Claudio said on Tuesday, per the Dallas Morning News. "I'm tired."

Manager Jeff Bannister said that Claudio would get two days off to recover. 

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Rangers unsure if Phil Klein or Ross Detwiler will start Saturday
by Sean d'Oliveira |

After Rangers pitcher Phil Klein struggled during Monday's win, manager Jeff Banister said the team will decide in the next day or two if Klein will start again during Saturday’s game against the Red Sox, reports The Dallas Morning News.

Left-handed pitcher Ross Detwiler is on the disabled list with inflammation in his shoulder, but he recently threw a bullpen session, which went well and he is also a candidate to start Saturday.

"We continue to assess where we're at," Banister said.

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Red Sox want Joe Kelly to use curve more often
by Shawn Krest |

After giving up 7 runs in 1 2/3 innings on Monday, Joe Kelly met with Red Sox manager John Farrell and pitching coach Carl Willis on Tuesday morning to discuss a plan. 

"I contend and strongly believe that his curveball is a major weapon that's got to be used in his pitch mix," Farrell said, per the Boston Herald

Kelly did well in his start against Texas on May 21, when he went to his curve often. 

"He made a very tangible adjustment after three innings of work, when he went to his curveball more than his slider and slowed them down and had some quick and efficient innings. It's part of the education process of Joe as a pitcher, what makes him most effective," Farrell said. 

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