HARTFORD, Conn. — Hartford’s new minor league baseball team won’t play a single game in the city this season.

The Eastern League on Friday changed its schedule to move the Hartford Yard Goats’ remaining home games to the road.

The Double-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies moved from nearby New Britain in the offseason and was supposed to open play in a new $60 million stadium in April.

Construction delays pushed back the opening date and led the city in June to fire the developer.

Work on the project was suspended amid an insurance investigation and a lawsuit filed by that developer.

The Yard Goats say season-ticket holders who make trips to Manchester, New Hampshire; Binghamton, New York; Bowie, Maryland; and Trenton, New Jersey, can attend the games for free.

INDIANS: Outfielder Michael Brantley has responded favorably to a medical procedure on his ailing shoulder and expects to resume baseball activities next week.

Brantley was placed on the 15-day DL in the middle of May with right shoulder inflammation. He had played in only 11 games this season, going 9 for 39 (.231) with two doubles and seven RBI.

He recently experienced soreness in front of his shoulder and was shut down in the middle of a rehabilitation assignment.

Brantley subsequently had a needle inserted in his shoulder to relieve scar tissue buildup located along the biceps tendon.

MARINERS: Shortstop Ketel Marte has been diagnosed with mononucleosis and is expected to be placed on the 15-day DL.

He didn’t travel with the team for an eight-game road trip that began Friday at Toronto.

The second-year player is batting .273 with one homer and 19 RBI.

DODGERS: Infielder Austin Barnes was recalled while pitcher Julio Urias was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City.

Manager Dave Roberts said Barnes gave the team versatility, with All-Star shortstop Corey Seager missing the last three games with a stomach flu and Yasmani Grandal feeling ill the day before.

Seager was in the Dodgers’ starting lineup Friday at St. Louis.

Barnes, who can also catch, hit .299 with five home runs, 32 RBI and 32 walks in 63 games at Oklahoma City.

Urias was sent down after making a spot start in the Dodgers’ 6-3 win at Washington on Thursday. Roberts said that with several scheduled days off, the team would go with a four-man rotation for the time being.

CUBS: Outfielder Dexter Fowler was activated from the 15-day disabled list after missing a month with a strained right hamstring.

Fowler was activated before Chicago’s game on Friday night in Milwaukee, returning to his customary leadoff position.

The switch-hitter was hitting .290 with seven homers, 28 RBI and six steals in 64 games before landing on the DL on June 19.

The NL Central-leading Cubs also added pitcher Mike Montgomery to the 25-man roster. The left-hander was acquired in a deal with the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday.

Outfielder Albert Almora Jr. and right-hander Spencer Patton were optioned to Triple-A Iowa to make room for Fowler and Montgomery.