The New York Yankees will have to wait longer for their captain's return.
Shortstop Derek Jeter had a CT scan of his injured left ankle Thursday that showed a new break, delaying the All-Star's return until at least midseason.
"We're looking at, in terms of speculation when Derek Jeter will be back with us, sometime after the All-Star break," Yankees general manager Brian Cashman told reporters. "(It's) obviously a setback."
Jeter broke his ankle last October in the opener of the AL Championship Series. He played sparingly in spring training and began the season rehabbing at the team's minor-league complex in Tampa, Fla.
---Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher John Lannan was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained quadriceps tendon in his left knee.
Lannan was hurt during Wednesday's 11-2 loss to the Cincinnati Reds, when he allowed six earned runs on eight hits in 1 2/3 innings. He had pitched well in his first starts, but has a 6.14 ERA overall.
---The Cincinnati Reds called up prized pitching prospect Tony Cingrani from triple-A Louisville to make his major-league debut Thursday against the Miami Marlins.
Cingrani, 23, had struck out 26 in 14 1/3 scoreless innings with the Bats, while allowing three hits and walking two. The Rice University product was drafted in the third round of the 2011 draft.
---The Seattle Mariners recalled pitcher Hector Noesi from triple-A Tacoma and optioned Bobby LaFromboise to the Rainiers.
Noesi struggled this spring and was one of the first cuts in camp. He allowed just five hits in 11 shutout innings in two starts at Triple-A.
LaFromboise allowed two earned runs on two hits and three walks in 2 1/3 innings with the Mariners this season.
---The Miami Marlins switched infielders when they purchased the contract of Nick Green from triple-A New Orleans and placed shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria on the disabled list with an elbow contusion.
Hechavarria suffered the injury April 17 during batting practice and is expected to miss a little more than two weeks.
---The Houston Astros optioned Brett Wallace to triple-A Oklahoma City after the struggling first baseman batted .042 in 24 at-bats.
The former 13th overall pick will be replaced on the roster by Brandon Laird, who started hot for RedHawks, batting .353 with two homers in 12 games.