MLB rumors, injuries and news roundup for June 13
Updates on the injured Jorge De La Rosa, Jason Heyward, Brandon Belt, Christian Yelich, Emilio Bonifacio and others headline Friday's daily recap.
Another day of MLB action is in the books. Here is a recap of Friday's news from around the league.
RUMORS & TRANSACTIONS
RHP Raisel Iglesias: Granted an extended signing window by MLB. He was previously required to sign by June 15 to avoid being subject to the international spending restrictions. (Baseball America)
NOTABLE DRAFT PICK SIGNINGS
Padres: Signed 13th overall pick SS Trea Turner, the team announced. Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports the bonus is $2.9 million.
Yankees: Signed 91st overall pick RHP Austin DeCarr to a $1 million bonus, which is almost double slot money. (MLB.com)
Cubs: Closer RHP Hector Rondon was not available Friday due to a tender elbow, manager Rick Renteria confirmed. He will test the elbow on Saturday ... 2B/OF Emilio Bonifacio was placed on the 15-day DL with a ribcage injury, the club announced.
Marlins: OF Christian Yelich is day-to-day after leaving Friday's game with a sore back, the team announced.
Rockies: SS Troy Tulowitzki left Friday's game with an apparent right leg injury. The team has not yet released any more information ... LHP Jorge De La Rosa exited Friday's game with back stiffness and will be evaluated, the club announced ... RHP Eddie Butler (shoulder) has been cleared to resume throwing on Saturday. (MLB.com)
Yankees: RHP Michael Pineda (shoulder) is not expected to return until August, manager Joe Girardi confirmed.
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