DENVER — Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes will report to Triple-A Albuquerque for a rehab assignment on Wednesday, the day after the former All-Star shortstop completes his suspension for violating Major League Baseball’s new domestic violence policy.

Reyes did not participate in spring training and was suspended through May 31 after being charged with domestic violence for an altercation with his wife in Hawaii last October. Prosecutors dropped the charge ahead of a scheduled April 4 trial, saying Reyes’ wife was not cooperating.

Reyes will make his way to Albuquerque after working out at extended spring training in Scottsdale, Arizona. There’s no timetable for his return to the Rockies after the 59-day suspension.

YANKEES: Infielder Dustin Ackley will have season-ending surgery this week for a torn labrum in his right shoulder, Manager Joe Girardi.

INDIANS: Right-hander Carlos Carrasco, who has been on the disabled list since April 25 with a strained left hamstring, will start Thursday against the Kansas City Royals.

DODGERS: The Dodgers are bringing back 19-year-old left-hander Julio Urias from the minors to start this weekend against Atlanta.

Urias will replace left-hander Alex Wood, who is headed to the DL with elbow soreness.

Urias lasted 2 2/3 innings in his major league debut Friday at the New York Mets, allowing three runs, five hits and four walks. He became the first teenage pitcher to start in the majors since Seattle’s Felix Hernandez in 2005.

 The Dodgers designated shortstop Alex Guerrero for assignment, essentially giving up on a player signed to a $28 million, four-year contract in October 2013.

NATIONALS: Left fielder Bryce Harper did not start Tuesday’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies, a day he was hit by a pitch on the right knee.

METS: The Mets optioned utility player Eric Campbell to Triple-A Las Vegas, opening a roster spot for new first baseman James Loney.

Acquired from the San Diego Padres for $1 last weekend as a replacement for injured Lucas Duda, Loney made his New York debut Tuesday night, batting sixth against right-hander Mat Latos and the Chicago White Sox. He was 0 for 4.

BRAVES-BLUE JAYS: The Toronto Blue Jays acquired former closer Jason Grilli from the Atlanta Braves for pitching prospect Sean Ratclilffe, an 18th-round pick in 2013 who was 2-2 with a 3.60 ERA in 22 games with Class A Vancouver last year.