Gyorko is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Marlins.
He will sit after starting 12 straight games, including both games of separate doubleheaders during that span, as Greg Garcia mans third base against right-hander Jose Urena. Gyorko has been on the tear to begin the second half, going 14-for-48 (.292 average) with seven homers, matching his home run output from the first half of the season. It seems likely Gyorko will remain heavily involved once Matt Carpenter (oblique) is back.
Maybin is in Friday's lineup against Houston.
Maybin had been dealing with a strained back, but will be batting second in Detroit's series opener against the Astros. After sitting out four games, Maybin will look to continue his strong performance at the plate against the right-handed Collin McHugh.
Levy's injury has not yet been disclosed, but it could be a concerning development for the
Upton is out of the lineup for Friday's matchup with Baltimore, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet reports.
John Gibbons indicated earlier this week that he would not see many starts against righties and with Kevin Gausman on the mound for the Orioles on Friday, Upton is expectedly out of the lineup. Righties Yovani Gallardo and Chris Tillman are on the mound Saturday and Sunday so Upton may continue to see limited action in the early going with his new big league club.
McCoy (ankle) said he weighs about 210 pounds, which is the lightest he has reported to training camp in years, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW reports.
McCoy presumably drops some pounds during camp each year, as his current weight is right around his usual listed playing weight. This probably doesn't mean much for fantasy owners, but the Bills should still be happy to get a piece of good news regarding their backfield, after Karlos Williams (suspension) and rookie Jonathan Williams (pending DWI charges) both had poor offseasons. The team is expected to add Reggie Bush (knee), who isn't a real threat to McCoy at this stage of their respective careers. If he stays healthy, the former Eagle could be headed for his heaviest workload in years. There hasn't been a meaningful update on the ankle injury that bothered McCoy this summer, but it still won't be a surprise if he's a limited participant early in camp.