Tigers’ Moore to have surgery, Pirates’ Archer to start suspension and More

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Tigers’ Moore (torn meniscus) to have surgery | ESPN

Detroit Tigers left-hander Matt Moore opted to undergo surgery this week to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. Detroit said that they are without a definite timetable for Moore’s return until after Wednesday’s scheduled procedure in Dallas, although Moore said he’s hoping for a recovery time of four-to-six weeks.

“I know I have a tear in my meniscus, it’s just the severity of it I think is a little bit unknown right now,” Moore said before Sunday’s game at Minnesota. “It’s when he gets in there, and that’s when I guess they make those decisions. He can only fix what he can see and right now they can’t really tell enough through the MRI to tell me exactly which type of repair they’re going to have to do.”

Pirates’ Archer drops appeal, begins serving suspension | Associated Press

Pittsburgh Pirates right-hander Chris Archer decided to drop his appeal and began serving a five-game suspension for setting off a benches-clearing altercation on April 7.

Archer was suspended for throwing a fastball behind Cincinnati’s Derek Dietrich and was not among the five players ejected from the game but will serve his suspension anyway.

Gonzalez gets called up, to debut for Indians | ESPN

Cleveland Indians veteran outfielder Carlos Gonzalez has been promoted by the team will make his season debut on Sunday against the Kansas City Royals. Cleveland signed Gonzalez last month to a minor league contract that could pay him up to $3 million depending on bonuses and how much time he spends on Cleveland’s 40-man roster.

He started this season at Triple-A Columbus, and now will play left field and bat third in Cleveland’s lineup against Kansas City right-hander Jakob Junis.

Mets analyst Darling: Surgery set for ‘large mass’ in chest | Associated Press

Ron Darling, the New York Mets announcer says he will have surgery next week to remove a “large mass in my chest” and he’s hoping to return to the broadcast booth the following month. The longtime SNY analyst made the announcement during the broadcast of the Mets vs. Braves game in Atlanta.

Benintendi exits after fouling ball off foot | ESPN

The Boston Red Sox’s Andrew Benintendi left the game against the Baltimore Orioles after fouling a ball off his right foot. Benintendi went to the ground in pain after the foul in the third inning and experienced trouble putting weight on his foot when he got up and lightly jogged down the first baseline.

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