Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison will undergo further evaluation Monday after leaving their game at Miami when he was hit on the left hand by a 96-mph fastball from Jose Urena.

Tests are planned when the team returns home.

The Pirates’ leadoff hitter, Harrison is batting .263 with one homer and five RBIs.

He came into the game Sunday leading the team with 12 runs.

Harrison missed the final month of the 2017 season after being hit by a pitch on the same hand. He was hit 23 times last year to rank second in the majors.

Lincecum improving

Rangers right-hander Tim Lincecum was placed on the 60-day disabled list, which means he won’t be able to join the major league roster until May 28.

Lincecum, who was signed on March 7, has been slowed by a blister on his right middle finger.

That has improved, however, and he felt good after a Friday bullpen session.

He threw another before Sunday’s game.

Lincecum could start a rehab assignment as early as April 28.

But if he stays healthy, it’s unlikely he’d need a month to prepare or throw 10 innings. He said there are no plans to move from a relief role.

Orioles postpone finale

The Orioles’ scheduled series finale against the Boston Red Sox on Monday has been postponed because of forecasted inclement weather.

The teams will make up the game May 17 on a mutual off day before the Orioles’ next series at Fenway Park on May 18-20.

The third Monday in April is Patriots Day in New England and the annual running of the Boston Marathon coincides with an early 11 a.m. start for the Red Sox game at Fenway Park.

Because it is a yearly tradition, the Red Sox attempt to play through weather problems.

However, the forecast’s call for nearly a 100 percent chance of rain convinced the Boston team to postpone Monday’s game early.

This is the first time a Patriots Day game has been postponed since 1984.

Weather delays games

April showers — and snow, sleet and wind — are wreaking havoc on major league baseball.

No Ohtani in Kansas City. No Judge in Detroit. One less off day for a couple more teams this summer.

Six more games were wiped out Sunday, running baseball’s total number of postponements to 21 just 2 ½ weeks into the season.

It’s baseball’s highest number through the end of April since it had 26 in 2007, and there are still a couple weeks to go this month.

Also postponed were Blue Jays at Indians, and Braves at Cubs one day after the teams played through miserable wet conditions at Wrigley Field.

Chicago’s game against Atlanta was rescheduled for May 14, creating a stretch of 11 games in 10 days for the Cubs and 16 straight games for the Braves without an off day.