Cabrera left Friday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays in the fourth inning with an apparent injury to his left leg.
Analysis: Cabrera was on first base with no outs and a 3-2 count to Victor Martinez, and took off with the pitch. Martinez fouled the ball off, but Cabrera pulled up sharply, grabbing his left leg. He was attended to by trainers and limped off the field.
The Detroit Tigers have designated veteran relievers Chamberlain and Tom Gorzelanny for assignment and activated catcher Alex Avila off the disabled list.
Analysis: Chamberlain struggled all season as Joakim Soria's set-up man. In his last seven games, including six Tigers losses, he had a 14.40 ERA and allowed opponents to post a .444 batting average with four homers in five innings.
Rodriguez and the Yankees settled their dispute over a marketing payment with a deal announced Friday that gives $3.5 million to charitable groups, saves the team $5.5 million and gets A-Rod the home run ball from his 3,000th hit.
Analysis: Under the deal, the Yankees will split $1 million among the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, the Boys & Girls Club of Tampa and Pitch In For Baseball. Zach Hample, the superfan who retrieved Rodriguez's 3,000th hit at Yankee Stadium on June 19, supports Pitch In For Baseball, which says its mission is to assist children around the world through baseball. The charity was to receive $150,000, he said.
Young was a tough-luck loser Thursday night, though he uncorked a ridiculous three wild pitches.
Analysis: Young dodged trouble for most of 5 1/3 innings, the only run he allowed coming on a triple by Danny Santana in the fifth. The big, lanky right-hander turned over a 1-0 deficit to the game's best bullpen, but his offense was unable to help him out.
Analysis: Perkins remained perfect in 26 save attempts, and needs two more saves to match bullpen coach Eddie Guardado (116) for third-most in franchise history. "He's just on a really good roll," manager Paul Molitor said.
Analysis: Gallardo gave up two hits and three walks over six innings to extend his run of shutout innings to 29 1-3 - the longest streak in the majors this year and fourth-longest in franchise history. Gallardo has not allowed a home run in 51 1-3 innings, dating back to May 24. In nine starts following a Texas loss, the right-hander is 6-0 with a 0.79 ERA.