NEW YORK – Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner had another setback in his slow recovery from a strained right elbow.

New York Manager Joe Girardi said Gardner felt pain when he woke up Saturday, a day after playing five innings in a rehab game with Class A Charleston. The speedy outfielder will be examined by Dr. James Andrews on Monday or Tuesday and then later in the week by Dr. Timothy Kremchek, the Cincinnati Reds’ medical director.

Sidelined since April 18 with an injury to his nonthrowing arm, Gardner has cut short two minor league rehab assignments because of discomfort. After the latest setback, Girardi acknowledged he doesn’t expect Gardner back until after the All-Star break.

ROYALS: Kansas City placed right-hander Felipe Paulino (groin) on the 15-day disabled list and recalled right-hander Nate Adcock from Triple-A Omaha.

TIGERS: Detroit activated outfielder Austin Jackson from the 15-day disabled list.

Detroit also recalled infielderHerman Perez from Class A Lakeland, placed shortstop Jhonny Peralta on the paternity list and optioned right-hander Jose Ortega to Triple-A Toledo.

ORIOLES: Right-hander Jake Arrieta was demoted to the bullpen, a day after his latest poor outing.

The Orioles promoted right-hander Tommy Hunter from Triple-A Norfolk to start against Philadelphia and sent reliever Miguel Gonzalez to their top minor league affiliate.

ANGELS: Reliever LaTroy Hawkins rejoined Los Angeles after missing 30 games because of a broken right pinkie.

The Angels optioned reliever Bobby Cassevah to their Triple-A affiliate in Salt Lake City after activating Hawkins from the 15-day disabled list.

CARDINALS: Pitcher Jaime Garcia will be shut down for a month due to an injury the team is calling a left shoulder strain.

Garcia is on the 15-day disabled list and visited Dr. Lewis Yocum on Friday in Los Angeles.

GM John Mozeliak said the team does not anticipate Garcia will need surgery. Garcia lasted just two innings in his last start and is 3-4 with a 4.48 ERA.

BRAVES: Julio Teheran will be recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett to fill in for Tim Hudson for Atlanta today against the Blue Jays.

Hudson has bone spurs in his left ankle and said he had a cortisone shot Friday.