The Minnesota Twins have signed right-handed reliever Matt Belisle, bringing back the popular veteran after a stint with the Indians.

The Twins made the move Tuesday before their game at Detroit and designated utility infielder Gregorio Petit for release or assignment to make room on the roster.

Belisle had a 5.06 ERA for the Indians in eight appearances this season before being assigned to Triple-A Columbus. The 38-year-old posted a 4.03 ERA for the Twins in 2017 in 62 appearances. He moved from setup man to a ninth-inning role after closer Brandon Kintzler was traded.

Twins relievers rank 21st in the major leagues with a 4.15 ERA.

Petit had 26 at-bats for the Twins. He hit .308 and played all four infield positions.

Cashner sidelined

Baltimore Orioles right-hander Andrew Cashner went on the 10-day disabled list with lower back spasms and is expected to miss at least one start.

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Cashner is on the mend but is not feeling well enough to make a scheduled start Wednesday against Boston.

Cashner is 2-8 with 4.98 ERA over 13 starts. He’s lost his last three starts, but the Orioles scored only one run in each of those games.

Cashner, 31, signed a two-year deal in February as a free agent after going 11-11 with Texas last year.

Baltimore recalled left-handed reliever Donnie Hart from Triple-A Norfolk.

Yankee to debut

The New York Yankees will bring up pitcher Jonathan Loaisiga from Double-A to make his major-league debut Thursday night against Tampa Bay.

Loaisiga is a 23-year-old right-hander who returned in 2016 following Tommy John surgery. He is 3-1 with a 4.32 ERA in six starts at Double-A Trenton after starting 3-0 with a 1.35 ERA at Class A Tampa.

He fills the rotation slot that opened when Masahiro Tanaka injured both hamstrings while sprinting home to score on a sacrifice fly Friday. Domingo German, who entered the rotation after No. 5 starter Jordan Montgomery tore an elbow ligament, will start Friday. Luis Severino pitches Saturday.

Return day unknown

Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Chris Archer has no timetable for throwing off a mound again and could be sidelined through the All-Star break.

Archer has been on the 10-day disabled list since June 3 with a left abdominal strain. He felt discomfort after a 22-pitch mound session Saturday.

“If I’m on the DL, I want to come back 100 percent because I’m not doing anybody any favors by coming back less than that,” Archer said. “Nothing has changed as far as the injury or the severity, I just need more time to rest.”

Archer, the Rays’ Opening Day starter, is 3-4 with 4.24 ERA in 13 starts.