Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel Andujar joined the Yankees' lengthy injured list, putting nearly half of New York's starting lineup on the sidelines just three games into the season.

Stanton strained his left biceps fouling off a 3-1 fastball from Baltimore's Dylan Bundy in the third inning of Sunday's 7-5 loss, an injury that could cause the outfielder to miss much of April.

Andujar strained his right shoulder sliding headfirst into third base an inning later on a bases-loaded pickoff attempt by catcher Pedro Severino.

Bogaerts contract 

The Boston Red Sox signed Xander Bogaerts to a new contract.

Boston's shortstop signed a $120 million, six-year contract covering 2020-25, a deal that raises his guarantee to $132 million over seven seasons.

The sides agreed to terms Sunday night and made it official on Monday, when Boston was set to open a four-game road series against the Oakland Athletics.

Harper to be dad 

Bryce Harper is ready to raise a li'l slugger in Philadelphia.

Harper announced Monday on Instagram that he and his wife, Kayla, are expecting their first child, a boy. Harper posted a photo of him and his wife holding a "Baby Harper" No. 3 jersey in front of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. He posted a second photo of a sonogram on top of a baby Phillies jacket.

Harper wrote, "Philly raised little man will be! #BabyHarper."

Around the bases

The San Diego Padres acquired right-hander Matt Wisler from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for minor-league righty Diomar Lopez. … The Tampa Bay Rays placed infielder Joey Wendle on the 10-day injured list because of a strained left hamstring. Wendle was hurt during Sunday's game against the Houston Astros. … Kevin McGuiness has resigned after five years as chief operations officer of the Major League Baseball Players Association and been replaced by Xavier D. James, who had been his deputy. … Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw will make a minor-league rehab start Thursday in Oklahoma City in the next step of his return from shoulder inflammation.