New York Mets right-handed pitcher Matt Harvey will start Monday for Double-A Binghamton.

The 28-year-old former ace was put on the disabled list in June because of a stress injury to the scapula bone in his right shoulder.

He made two starts for Class A Brooklyn, allowing two hits, one run, a walk and three strikeouts over four innings. Harvey was 4-3 with a 5.25 ERA in 13 starts before his injury.

Indians: Right-handed pitcher Corey Kluber, who sprained his right ankle covering first base Friday night, threw a short bullpen session and plans to start Wednesday against Boston.

“No restrictions,” Manager Terry Francona said.

White Sox: Infielder Yoan Moncada didn’t play for the second straight game Sunday because of shin splints.

Manager Rick Renteria said he hoped Moncada could play in both games of Monday’s doubleheader against the Twins.

Giants: Second baseman Joe Panik (concussion symptoms) continues to make steady progress and could come off the disabled list in time to join San Francisco on its upcoming road trip that begins Friday in Arizona.

REDS: Shortstop Zack Cozart was held out for the second straight day after he was hit by a pitch on his left shin Friday night.

Cincinnati Manager Bryan Price said he is “optimistic” Cozart can return Tuesday following Monday’s off day. Price said Cozart is “still quite sore.”

Astros: Shortstop Carlos Correa (thumb surgery) took batting practice off a pitching machine and is expected to take live batting practice Tuesday.

Manager A.J. Hinch said Correa will need to take a couple days of live batting practice before they decide if he’s ready for a rehabilitation assignment.

Right-handed pitcher Lance McCullers (back soreness) threw a three inning simulated game.

Hinch said that if McCullers feels good in a couple days, he could go out on a rehabilitation assignment.

Royals: Catcher Salvador Perez (right intercostal strain) continued with fielding drills and batting practice as he targets a return Tuesday or Wednesday. “He’s making progress and we’ll just see,” Yost said.