AROUND THE HORN
Phillies: Pete Mackanin is out as Phillies manager after 21⁄ seasons. The team said he will manage the final games this season and be replaced for 2018. Mackanin, who has a 172-237 record since taking over for Hall of Fame 2B Ryne Sandberg in June 2015, will become a special assistant to general manager Matt Klentak.
Yankees: RHP Masahiro Tanaka struck out 15 over seven innings, his highest total since coming to the major leagues, and the playoff-bound Yankees beat the Blue Jays 4-0. Pitching on six days’ rest, Tanaka allowed three hits and retired his first 14 batters. ... The Yankees restored RHP Adam Warren to the active roster. Warren, who was recovering from a lower-back spasm, hasn’t pitched for the Yankees since Sept. 1.
Twins: All-Star 3B Miguel Sano was activated for the final regular-season series against the Tigers. Sano, who’s eligible to be on the playoff roster, missed 38 games with a stress fracture after fouling a ball off his left shin.
Nationals: OF Bryce Harper won’t play a full game this weekend as he continues to recover from a hyperextended left knee that he sustained Aug. 12. Harper was in the lineup Friday night against the Pirates, and Baker said the 2015 National League MVP would play six or seven innings before taking an- other day off Saturday.
Cubs: RHP Jake Arrieta will miss his final regular-season start for the Cubs. The 2015 NL Cy Young Award winner strained his right hamstring Sept. 4 and didn’t pitch again until Sept. 21. He lasted three innings Tuesday against the Cardinals — his second-shortest outing this season.
Astros: OF Carlos Beltran has already raised nearly $1.3 million to help with hurricane relief in his native Puerto Rico. Beltran and his family donated $1 million to initiate the fund, and with assistance from Astros owner Jim Crane, Beltran helped secure two planes that will carry 300,000 pounds’ worth of supplies to the island.