Ackley is likely headed to the disabled list after injuring his right shoulder in Sunday's win at Tampa Bay.
Analysis: Ackley, who was hurt diving into first base in the sixth inning, will undergo an MRI to determine the severity of the injury. He's been filling in at first base for Mark Teixeira, who was out of the lineup for a fifth straight game due to a stiff neck.
Escobar exited Sunday's game against Houston with a bruised left wrist.
Analysis: Escobar was hurt while fielding a hard grounder off the bat of the Astros' Marwin Gonzalez in the third inning. He stayed on the ground for several minutes before walking off under his own power, with the Angels terming him day to day.
Miley was hurt by the long ball Saturday against Minnesota as he failed to win his fourth straight start.
Analysis: The left-hander served up three homers in a span of four batters in the fifth inning. Though he wound up with a no-decision in Seattle's 6-5 loss, Miley was reached for five runs in four-plus frames and has produced a 5.32 ERA over his last four starts.
Davis clubbed a two-run homer and finished 2 for 5 in Saturday's rout of Detroit.
Analysis: The blast was Davis' 14th homer of the season - one off the major league lead - and 11th in May. He's also knocked in 25 runs in 24 games this month and is 6 for 15 with two homers over a four-game hitting streak.
Analysis: Beckham, 29, an Atlanta native and former University of Georgia standout, spent most of his first seven seasons with the Chicago White Sox before signing with the Braves as a free agent. He is hitting .317 while earning more starts at third base and second base than was expected at the start of the season. "I feel good," Beckham said.
Keuchel got back on track by tossing seven sharp innings to defeat the Angels on Saturday.
Analysis: The reigning AL Cy Young Award honoree ended a string of seven straight starts without a win by yielding three hits, including a pair of homers. Keuchel was 0-5 with a brutal 7.78 ERA during his winless stretch.
Robertson had an afternoon to forget in Saturday's epic loss at Kansas City.
Analysis: The usually dependable closer was rocked for six runs while retiring just two batters as the Royals scored seven times in the ninth to pull out an 8-7 win. Robertson saw his ERA rise from 0.96 to 3.72 with the rough outing.