Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense27th109.5 (19th)195.3 (25th)
Defense15th102.9 (8th)242.1 (19th)
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Brett Lawrie hitting off a tee, still not cleared for live pitching
by Igor Mello |

Blue Jays infielder Brett Lawrie started to hit off a tee, but has yet to resume hitting off live pitching, according to on Monday. Lawrie is currently working his way back from a fractured right index finger at the team's spring training facility in Florida. He will need to go a on minor-league rehab assignment before he is activated from the disabled list, according to manager John Gibbons.

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Adam Lind nearing a return from DL
by Igor Mello |

Blue Jays designated hitter Adam Lind could be back from the disabled list as early as July 31, when his team opens a four-game set in Houston. If he doesn't return during the road trip, he'll likely be activated during the team's next home game, Aug. 5 against Baltimore, reports.

Lind is working his way back from a broken foot. He batted .320/.389/.489 over 178 at-bats prior to the injury.

"He's running, he's still a little bit hobbled, but he's able to do a bit of everything," manager John Gibbons said.

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Carlos Beltran could play the field during road trip
by Igor Mello |

Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran has increased to throwing at 100-120 feet, according to on Monday. Manager Joe Girardi remains hopeful that he could play the outfield during the team's current road trip. Beltran has been limited to a role as a designated hitter because of the injury.

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Hector Rondon saves his 13th game Monday
by Chris Cwik |

Cubs pitcher Hector Rondon saved his 13th game Monday against the Rockies.

Rondon entered the game with a three-run lead, and did not disappoint. He tossed a perfect inning of work, striking out one during the outing. Rondon lowered his ERA to 3.52 with the outing. 

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Tsuyoshi Wada picks up his first win Monday
by Chris Cwik |

Cubs pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada picked up his first win of the year Monday.

Wada allowed one run on five hits over seven innings. He struck out six and walked one during the outing. Wada got off to a strong start, tossing five scoreless innings to open the game. In the sixth, Wada ran into trouble. After putting two men on, Wada allowed a run-scoring single to Nolan Arenado. He was able to get out of the inning without giving up an additional runs. 

With the win, Wada improved to 1-1 on the year. He'll take on the Dodgers in his next start. 

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