The Milwaukee Bucks welcomed back 2016-17 Rookie of the Year Malcolm Brogdon for Monday night’s 102-86 win over the Orlando Magic.
Brogdon had been out since early February, about six weeks, with a partially torn left quadriceps tendon.
“I’m going. … I’m playing tonight,” Brogdon said earlier Monday.
Carlos Gomez added an RBI double in the third, and Adeiny Hechavarria made it 3-1 Rays with an RBI single in the fourth.
Rodriguez was charged with three runs and five hits in 3 2/3 innings. He struck out seven and walked two.
Rays: Manager Kevin Cash said Brad Miller tweaked his groin running out of the box. The plan was to have him checked out Sunday and evaluated again Monday morning.
Red Sox: Cora said Dustin Pedroia is progressing well. He is starting to run the bases, which is the next step in his rehab from left knee surgery. He took ground balls on Saturday and has been hitting for a month. “He’s moving well. He’s going side to side,” Cora said.
The Nuggets had upgraded Harris to “questionable” on the team’s injury report.
Denver has two games left — against the Blazers and Minnesota — and needs at least one victory to clinch a playoff spot.
The Nuggets have won six straight games and eight of 11 in a spirited push for the playoffs.
Harris, 23, has had a breakout season for the Nuggets, averaging 17.7 points, including 48.6 percent from the floor and 40 percent from 3-point range. Harris was injured on March 15.
Miami went 2 for 12 with runners in scoring position, stranded 10, hit into a double play and lost a runner on the bases.
The game was the first this year between the NL East rivals. The Mets went 7-12 against the Marlins last year.