The Seattle Mariners placed infielder Dylan Moore on the 10-day injured list with a right wrist bruise and called up infield prospects J.P. Crawford and Shed Long from Triple-A Tacoma.

Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto announced the moves Friday before the opener of a three-game series with the Boston Red Sox. In addition, right-hander Chasen Bradford was optioned to Tacoma.

Moore was injured after being hit by a pitch Wednesday against the Yankees.

 

Fan feedback 

Addison Russell says he understands the booing he has heard since returning to the Chicago Cubs after his suspension for violating baseball's domestic violence policy, calling it "a serious issue."

Russell received a mostly chilly reception when he played Wednesday against Miami in his first major league game since September. Russell's second start drew a much more muted response, and there was loud cheering when he doubled in the seventh inning of Friday's 7-0 loss to Milwaukee for his first hit since coming back.

 

Rays get d'Arnaud

The Tampa Bay Rays acquired catcher Travis d'Arnaud from the Los Angeles Dodgers for $100,000.

D'Arnaud was traded Friday, a week after the Dodgers signed him following his release by the New York Mets. The 30-year-old d'Arnaud was 0-for-1 in one game for the Dodgers after going 2-for-23 in 10 games for the Mets.

The deal was announced several hours after the AL East-leading Rays put starting catcher Mike Zunino on the 10-day injured list with a strained left quadriceps.

 

Rays starter pulled

Tampa Bay Rays starter Tyler Glasnow was pulled from a game against the New York Yankees in the sixth inning with right forearm tightness.

The Rays announced the diagnosis Friday and said Glasnow will undergo further examination Saturday.

Glasnow, who entered Friday tied for the most wins in the majors with six, signaled toward the dugout for a trainer after striking out Gleyber Torres with two runners on for the first out.

 

Astros star hurting

Houston Astros star Jose Altuve was pulled from a game with left hamstring discomfort.

The second baseman left in the first inning Friday night against the Texas Rangers. Houston says the 2017 AL MVP is day to day.

Altuve beat out an infield single in the first. With a 3-0 count on the next batter, manager AJ Hinch and a trainer came out to talk to him. After a short conversation, Altuve walked off the field.