NEW YORK — The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees will have names on the back of their jerseys later this month. All Rise, Sir Didi, Kraken and Toddfather should suit up for New York. Benny, 2-Bags, Brock Star and Laser Show could be in Boston’s lineup.

Players will wear colorful, non-traditional uniforms featuring alternate designs inspired by youth league uniforms during games from Aug. 25-27. Players can choose nicknames for the backs of their jerseys as part of the “Players Weekend” promotion.

The Yankees, home against Seattle that weekend, don’t have names on the backs of their jerseys; the Red Sox and San Francisco don’t have names on their home shirts.

Andrew Benintendi, Mitch Moreland, Brock Holt, Dustin Pedroia and Boston will be home against Baltimore that weekend while the Giants are at Arizona. There will be a patch on the right sleeve with space for each player to write a name of a person or organization that helped his development.

YANKEES: A scan showed no new damage to left-hander CC Sabathia’s arthritic right knee, but his status for Sunday night’s start against Boston remains unclear.

TWINS: Minnesota recalled first baseman Kennys Vargas from Triple-A Rochester to fill the roster spot created when starting pitcher Adalberto Mejia landed on the 10-day disabled list.

INDIANS: Outfielder Michael Brantley is on the disabled list after injuring his right ankle again.

MARLINS: A group led by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and the Quogue Capital investment fund founder, Wayne Rothbaum, halted its bid to buy the team, a person familiar with the negotiations said.

NATIONALS: Right-hander Stephen Strasburg said he felt good after a four-inning simulated start.

BRAVES: Rookie shortstop Johan Camargo was placed on the 10-day disabled list after suffering a bone bruise in his knee while jogging onto the field before Tuesday night’s game.