A look at what’s happening around baseball today:

THIRTEEN AND COUNTING

Edwin Jackson is set to play for his 13th team in the majors http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/au … nce-jersey , matching the most by any big leaguer. The injury-depleted Athletics are promoting him from Triple-A to start at Detroit. The 34-year-old righty will tie the clubs mark held by former reliever Octavio Dotel. Jackson made his debut in 2003 with the Los Angeles Dodgers and later pitched for Tampa Bay, Detroit, Arizona, the Chicago White Sox, St. Louis, Washington, the Chicago Cubs, Atlanta http://www.arizonacardinalsteamonline.c … len-jersey , Miami, San Diego and Baltimore.

Jackson and Dotel, who finished up in 2013, were teammates just once in their overlapping careers. They were part of the same three-team trade in July 2011 that sent them to St. Louis, and pitched in the World Series for the champion Cardinals.

AILING

Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez is likely headed to the disabled after pulling up while running out a double-play grounder Sunday at Tampa Bay. Manager Aaron Boone said Sanchez hurt his right groin/hip abductor and ”it’s probably going to be a DL situation.” He will have an MRI.

Sanchez is hitting only .190 with 14 home runs and 41 RBIs, a season after he made the AL All-Star team while batting .278 with 33 homers and 90 RBIs.

BUCKEYE BROOMS

The AL Central-leading Indians and the NL Central cellar-dwelling Reds each have seven-game winning streaks. Both teams finished up sweeps in Ohio over the weekend and now hit the road – Mike Clevinger (6-2, 3.00 ERA) starts for Cleveland in St. Louis, and Tyler Mahle (6-6 Cullen Gillaspia Jersey , 3.89) pitches for Cincinnati in Atlanta.

REST UP

Cubs star Kris Bryant is day to day with a sore left shoulder. The third baseman missed his second straight start Sunday at Cincinnati, but doesn’t expect to be out much longer. Bryant is hitting .280 with nine home runs and 36 RBIs in 66 games. The Cubs next open a series at Dodger Stadium.

HE’S O-K

Astros ace Justin Verlander leads the majors with a 1.60 ERA and is among the league leaders in strikeouts. He’s fanned at least 10 three times this season – Houston is 0-3 in those games, totaling just two runs. Verlander (9-2) and J.A. Happ (9-3) both try to reach double digits in wins when Toronto visits Minute Maid Park.

GETTING CLOSER

Cubs right-hander Yu Darvish is ready to make a rehab start for Class A South Bend in the Midwest League. He’s been out since May 20 because of triceps tendinitis. He’s expected to throw around 75 pitches, and hopes to be back in the majors after that outing. Darvish is 1-3 with a 4.95 ERA in eight starts since signing a $126 million, six-year deal with Chicago as a free agent.

TAKE A BREAK

Mets shortstop Amed Rosario is being held out of the starting lineup as part of a mental break over the next couple of days. The 22-year-old is hitting just .249 and has struggled this month.

”We brought him in and talked to him, sat him down and we’re going to make sure that we take these next couple of days to work on some things in his overall game,” manager Mickey Callaway said. ”This young kid is still trying to develop at the major league level and these couple of days will allow him to get some work done in the cage, some work done in the field tomorrow taking groundballs and things like that. So we thought this would be really good for him.”

The Mets have lost six straight. They’ve also dropped 13 of 14 at Citi Field heading into a home series against Pittsburgh.

“The coach wants to see you... bring your playbook.” These are the dreaded words that no player wants to hear. When a player gets summoned to the coach’s office Rock Ya-Sin Jersey , it is usually an indication that their spot on the active roster is not safe. Roster cuts are inevitable in the NFL as teams must be committed to the development of player personnel while making shrewd financial decisions at the same time. Prior to and during the preseason, NFL coaches and their management staff will assess and analyze the group of players that are in training camp. Rosters need to be trimmed down to 53 players and there will definitely be some big name players searching for a new home in the 2016 offseason. With a slew of quality players hitting the free agent market in the next few months, teams will have the opportunity to sign players who have been cut to cap friendly deals.Hundreds of NFL players will fall to the chopping block in 2016 and fall into uncertainty about where they will play. Some will also descend into anonymity and consider whether continual pursuit of an NFL career is the route they should take. For the players who continue to soldier on and want to prove their worth, subsequent to their release they are placed on waivers and are hopeful another team comes calling. Many past stars and franchise players will be given a shot at redemption based on name alone and previous status with their former teams. However, how do NFL stars of today feel about being second string or getting snaps with practice squads throughout the league? The NFL is a business after all and there is no guarantee that a player can cement his dominance for years on end. After all, an athlete should be judged for what they have done for the team lately and not what has been done in years gone by.The fall from grace of NFL players is usually not the end of the line, as franchise players of the past are resilient and oftentimes have a point to prove. The majority of the players discussed in this article will come back to play with another team and produce at the highest level. Why do NFL players get cut? There are several key reasons and the most obvious one is situated at a financial basis. If a team is close to or over the salary cap, key contributors that have signed incentive laden and guaranteed contracts will either get cut or be asked for a reduction in salary. Furthermore http://www.indianapoliscoltsteamonline. … ogu-jersey , an NFL player could possess all the talent in the world and have an innate ability to become great, but if that player is injury prone, he is a prime candidate to get cut. Let’s take a look at some big time NFL players who could face the ax in the 2016 offseason. These players are either a financial burden, injury riddled or being replaced by personnel that is young and more cost effective.