Edwin Jackson is scheduled to play for his 13th team in the majors, matching the most by any big leaguer. The injury-depleted Oakland Athletics are promoting him from Triple-A to start Monday afternoon at the Detroit Tigers.

The right-hander, 34, will tie clubs mark held by ex-reliever Octavio Dotel. Jackson debuted in 2003 with the Dodgers, and later pitched for the Rays, Tigers, Diamondbacks, White Sox, Cardinals, Nationals, Cubs, Braves, Marlins, Padres and Orioles.

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.

Around the bases

New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez left the Tampa Bay Rays game with a groin injury after he tried to beat a double-play grounder in the 10th inning. ... The Pittsburgh Pirates placed right-hander Michael Feliz (shoulder) on the 15-day DL and recalled right-hander Clay Holmes from Triple-A Indianapolis. ... Chicago Cubs pitcher Tyler Chatwood, the scheduled starter against the Reds, was excused because his wife went into labor. ... The New York Mets placed reliever Jason Vargas (calf) on the 10-day DL and recalled Chris Flexen from Triple-A Las Vegas. ... The Atlanta Braves placed closer Arodys Vizcaino (shoulder) on the 10-day DL and selected the contract of right-hander Evan Phillips from Triple-A Gwinnett.