Below, injury news and notes from around the major leagues.

  • An MRI on Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista's wrist Tuesday night was inconclusive, tweeted Sportsnet's Barry Davis. Bautista will have another MRI on Wednesday. Progress has been slow as Bautista tries to return to the injury-riddled Blue Jays' lineup. 

  • Toronto third baseman Brett Lawrie had an MRI of his own on Tuesday night, too, and it showed "inflammation in the oblique area," Davis also reported. Lawrie practiced throwing on Wednesday and said he felt better, but there's no timetable for his return, tweeted Sportsnet's Shi Davidi. It's unlikely that Lawrie plays in Toronto's series against Tampa Bay, and there remains an outside chance he hits the disabled list. 

  • Blue Jays starting pitcher Brandon Morrow continues his rehab stint as he works his way back from a strained left oblique, and he'll start Wednesday night for Double-A New Hampshire. In two rehab starts with Class A Dunedin, Morrow threw six innings, allowing eight hits and one earned run. He struck out six and walked three. 

  • The White Sox will be without Alex Rios and Paul Konerko Wednesday night when they host the Royals, tweeted's Scott Merkin. Both Rios and Konerko have stiff backs, and Konerko also has "a bunch of nagging injuries." Getting old: it's rough. Alejandro De Aza, who missed the last two games, and Kevin Youkilis, who didn't play Tuesday night, will both be back in the White Sox lineup. 

  • Reds first baseman Joey Votto is making the trip to Chicago with the club, but he told the Cincinnati Enquirer's John Fay that he's "not ready."

  • Finally, Mariners shortstop Brendan Ryan is still bothered by his elbow, but manager Eric Wedge expects him to be fit to play by Friday, tweeted's Greg Johns.

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