Center fielder Scott Grimes is dealing with bone chips in his right wrist.
Left fielder James Shanks has tendinitis in his right knee.
So, as much as York Revolution manager Andy Etchebarren wanted to play Wednesday night, the Revs might benefit from having a night off.
York (8-16) had to postpone Wednesday's game against the Sugar Land Skeeters (11-14) because of rain. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader with the Skeeters on June 19.
Outfield: Many things are in motion at this point with York's outfield.
A day after declaring he would make changes, Etchebarren on Thursday traded outfielder Stephen Douglas to the Laredo (Texas) Lemurs, of the independent American Association, in exchange for a player to be named later.
Douglas batted just .221 with two homers, three RBIs, six runs scored and one stolen base in 21 games for York.
Etchebarren also didn't like what he saw out of Douglas defensively.
The trade of Douglas comes on the heels of York signing ex-major league outfielder Bobby Kielty on Monday. Kielty was set to make his Revs debut in Wednesday's game in the designated hitter spot.
Injuries: With the departure of Douglas, York now has four outfielders on the roster. And two of them are battling minor injuries.
The bone chips in Grimes' right wrist were caused when he was by a pitch in a game at Long Island on May 8. He missed the next nine games and returned to the lineup last Friday. But the injury is still bothering him.
"I'm probably about 90 percent. Some pitches hurt really bad when they come off the bat, others I'm fine," Grimes said Wednesday.
Grimes might sit out the next few games to recover, Etchebarren said.
Shanks, meanwhile, is dealing with soreness in his right knee caused by tendinitis. It's something the 33-year-old outfielder said he's dealt with the last couple seasons.
"It's just something I have to play through," he said.
Lineup changes: Had York played Wednesday, the lineup would have seen a couple changes.
Etchebarren moved outfielder Michael Hernandez, who leads the Atlantic League with eight homers, to the No. 4 spot, and bumped slugger Chris Nowak back to the No. 5 spot.
A year removed from batting .330 with 25 homers in 84 games for the Revs, Nowak is hitting just .238 with four homers this season. Etchebarren said he feels confident that Nowak will turn it around after chatting with him Wednesday.
"He's trying to pull it and he didn't do that last year. He hit balls to right center and left center (last year). He trusted his hands," Etchebarren said. "He's not trusting his hands right now. He's cheating to get to the ball."
Next game: York will host Southern Maryland on Thursday in the first of a four-game series.
Right-hander Corey Thurman (1-1, 6.27 ERA) will get the start for York. First pitch is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
-- Reach John Walk at 505-5406 or jwalk@york dispatch.com or follow on Twitter @YorkSportsGuy.