■Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter was out of the lineup after getting hit by a pitch on the knuckles of his right hand Sunday. He expects to return to the lineup today.
■White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko was out of the lineup after getting hit on his left calf by a pitch from the Red Sox’ Andrew Miller Sunday. Manager Ozzie Guillen doesn’t expect Konerko to play today, either.
■Jair Jurrjens was the No. 8 batter in Atlanta’s lineup, the first time a Braves starting pitcher was in the lineup outside of the No. 9 spot since Aug. 12, 1941, according to STATS LLC.
■Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman extended his hitting streak to 16 games.
■The Mets’ David Wright went hitless for the first time in 11 games since coming off the disabled list.
■The Nationals got a home run from their first batter of the game for the second time this season. Jayson Werth went deep June 16 against St. Louis.
■The Pirates are 12-43 in games in which they scored four runs or fewer.
■The Cubs’ nine wins over the Pirates the last two years are the fewest of any NL Central club.