Castro has had a rough Spring Training. He has a 15.75 ERA in just five games played and is sporting a 2.75 WHIP.
First basemen Ian Desmond will undergo surgery to repair the 2nd metacarpal in his left hand, according to Thomas Harding of MLB.com.
Newly acquired first baseman Ian Desmond was struck by an errant pitch from Reds right-hander Rookie Davis, fracturing a bone in Desmond's left hand.
After tying for the National League lead in home runs in each of the last two seasons, the pop is still present in Arenado's bat has dissipated this spring.
"At least it's spring; you never like to see these things at any time, but he'll bounce back from this," Rockies manager Bud Black said.
Estevez's performance fluctuated in his rookie season. In 2016, "Wild Thing" managed to save 11 games for the club, posting an ERA of 5.24 in 55 innings.
Bettis will undergo chemotherapy after discovering that the cancer has spread; but he plans on using it as motivation to come back better than ever.
"It is clear that I need to be aggressive in my fight against this illness," Bettis said in a statement. "...I am committed to beating this cancer."
The Denver Broncos weren't the only team making moves on Thursday. Down in Scottsdale, Ariz., the Colorado Rockies made some transactions of their own.
The Colorado Rockies have sent three players to the classic: Nolan Arenado (Team USA), Jake McGee (Team USA) and Carlos Gonzáles (Venezuela).