Dietrich's X-rays on his head came back negative, but he will still be evaluated overnight in Atlanta.
Dietrich was in the dugout when a foul ball struck him on the back of the head. Amid concussion and other concerns, Dietrich was removed from the game and taken back to be evaluated by team doctors. He is still considered day-to-day, but it is unlikely that he'll be in the Marlins lineup for Monday's matchup with the Pirates.
Sale (9-1) tossed seven innings Sunday, allowing two runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out seven, but came away with a no-decision in a 5-4 loss to the Royals.
He was in line to become the majors' first 10-game winner this season before the White Sox bullpen once again fell apart. It was still Sale's ninth quality start in 11 trips to the mound and fourth in his last five outings, and he's struck out at least six batters in seven straight starts and 10 of 11 this season. He'll take another shot at win No. 10 in Detroit on Saturday.
Marisnick went 2-for-6 with a two-run home run and a strikeout Sunday against the Angels.
Marisnick has hit a mere .164 this season, but the two hits were his second consecutive multi-hit effort in the current campaign. The outfielder also went yard for the first time, so perhaps he will look to build on this performance. He's hit 6-for-26 (.231) with three extra-base hits over the past 10 games.
Trout went 1-for-4 with an RBI, a run, three walks and a strikeout Sunday against the Astros. He also stole his sixth base of the campaign.
Trout continues to be catalyst in the Angels' lineup, and he got on base four more times to boost his OBP to a healthy .414 this year. He's hit safely in nine of the past 10 games, and he has stolen three bases to go along with a .306/.435/.556 and five extra-base hits line over that span.
Pujols increased his average to .229, and he's been showing signs of life at the plate over the past 10 games in which he's tallied eight RBI and five extra-base hits. The 36-year-old veteran has also gone yard in three of the last six contests, so there's reason to believe he'll turn things around as long as he keeps hitting with any sort of consistency.