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  • Player Notes
    Kirby Yates Jul 5 11:33pm ET

    Updating a previous report, San Diego Padres RP Kirby Yates (personal) is expected on the field for workouts Monday, July 6, after attending the team's intrasquad game Sunday, July 5, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune's Kevin Acee.

    Byron Buxton Jul 5 11:23pm ET

    Minnesota Twins OF Byron Buxton (personal) is being processed through the intake protocol as of Sunday, July 5, and could join the team in summer by midweek if all goes well, according to manager Rocco Baldelli.

    Andrew Heaney Jul 5 11:03pm ET

    Los Angeles Angels LHP Andrew Heaney, who was originally named the Opening Day starter during spring training, will keep that honor for Major League Baseball's restart on July 23 or 24, according to manager Joe Maddon.

    Masahiro Tanaka Jul 5 11:00pm ET

    New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka (head) was diagnosed with a mild concussion after being hit by a line drive during a simulated game on Saturday. Tanaka will likely require a setback free recovery to avoid missing any regular-season games, but manager Aaron Boone is encouraged by the pitchers progress so far. Fantasy owners should expect Tanaka to be ready for the start of the season, but if he requires an IL stint then Jonathan Loaisiga will likely pitch in Tanakas place.

    From RotoBaller

    Kirby Yates Jul 5 10:53pm ET

    San Diego Padres RP Kirby Yates (personal) is expected to do his intake testing Monday, July 6 or Tuesday, July 7, after missing the start of summer camp due to attending to a family matter.

    David Price Jul 5 10:33pm ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers LHP David Price disclosed on social media Saturday, July 4, that he has opted against playing in Major League Baseball's proposed 60-game season, citing the decision was made 'in the best interest of my health and my family's health.'

    Junior Guerra Jul 5 10:33pm ET

    Arizona Diamondbacks RPs Junior Guerra and Silvino Bracho tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday, July 5, according to manager Torey Lovullo.

    Silvino Bracho Jul 5 10:33pm ET

    Arizona Diamondbacks RPs Junior Guerra and Silvino Bracho tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday, July 5, according to manager Torey Lovullo.

    Francisco Mejia Jul 5 10:03pm ET

    San Diego Padres C Francisco Mejia has reportedly 'looked sharp' at the plate during the team's first two intrasquad games and has the team considering the possibility of using him as a designated hitter for games in which he is not starting behind the plate, according to's AJ Cassavell.

    Kyle Lewis Jul 5 9:53pm ET

    Seattle Mariners OF Kyle Lewis got together with private hitting, speed and strength coaches at his offseason home in Atlanta and worked on getting bigger, stronger and faster since the season was halted in mid-March. According to's Greg Johns, he is listed at 6-foot-4 and 210 pounds and has impressed manager Scott Servais with how he's looked early in camp.

    Giovanny Gallegos Jul 5 9:33pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals RP Giovanny Gallegos has yet to join the club in summer camp as of Sunday, July 5, and remains home in his native Mexico, according to Ben Frederickson of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

    Josh Naylor Jul 5 9:20pm ET

    San Diego Padres outfielder Josh Naylor is seeing action at first base early in summer camp. Expected to compete for at-bats with outfielders Wil Myers and Franchy Cordero, reps at first could improve his playing prospects. Naylor debuted with a modest 89 wRC+ in 2019, launching eight homers in 279 plate appearances. Possessing strong plate discipline, the 23-year-old needs to tap into more power to overcome his defensive deficiencies. Currently drafted outside the top-700, Naylor isnt a factor in standard leagues but could have waiver-wire appeal during the season if he performs.

    From RotoBaller

    Manny Machado Jul 5 8:50pm ET

    After a down campaign in 2019, San Diego Padres third baseman Manny Machado is determined to reemerge as one of baseballs top talents. Despite 32 homers, the 27-year-old posted a modest 108 wRC+ in his first season with the Friars. The daunting confines of Petco Park likely contributed, but Machado registered just a .755 OPS in the second half as the Padres whimpered to the finish. Leading by example during the prolonged shutdown, Machado has improved his diet and kept steady in his workout regimen. A model of durability, he has registered more plate appearances in the past five years than any other player. Surrounded with decent weapons, Machado is poised for a bounce back season if he stays focused. With an ADP of 59, Machado holds solid value as a former premier third baseman.

    From RotoBaller

    Masahiro Tanaka Jul 5 7:23pm ET

    Updating previous reports, New York Yankees RHP Masahiro Tanaka (concussion) was diagnosed with a mild concussion Sunday, July 5. According to manager Aaron Boone, the team is hopeful Tanaka will be ready for the start of the season.

    Carlos Rodon Jul 5 7:20pm ET

    Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Carlos Rodon (elbow) threw the equivalent of three innings on Sunday against live hitters. Rodon threw 45 pitches and is now fully recovered from the Tommy John surgery he underwent 14 months ago. The injury bug has been the biggest downfall in his career thus far, but Rodon said he hasnt felt any pain. The left-hander hasnt been open to coming out of the bullpen in the past, but said that hes open to anything this year. With a shortened season and Rodon recovering from Tommy John surgery, it may be best to take and wait-and-see approach this season.

    From RotoBaller

    A.J. Pollock Jul 5 7:13pm ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers OF A.J. Pollock has yet to report to summer camp as of Sunday, July 5, but manager Dave Roberts expects that to change soon.

    Carlos Rodon Jul 5 7:03pm ET

    Chicago White Sox LHP Carlos Rodon (elbow) threw 45 pitches during a simulated game Sunday, July 5, and believes he will be ready to handle any role he is asked to take on at the start of the season, according to James Fegan of The Athletic.

    Kenley Jansen Jul 5 7:03pm ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers RP Kenley Jansen has yet to report to summer camp as of Sunday, July 5, according to manager Dave Roberts.

    Edwin Diaz Jul 5 6:50pm ET

    New York Mets manager Luis Rojas did not commit to reliever Edwin Diaz as the Mets closer on Sunday when asked about the Mets ninth inning bullpen situation. Rojas, instead, mentioned Diaz, Dellin Betances, Seth Lugo, and Jeurys Familia in the context of a possible closer-by-committee. This is a situation the bears monitoring as we approach the late-July season opener. Diaz had a disastrous 2019 in which he posted a 5.59 ERA and a 1.38 WHIP to go with seven blown saves in 33 save opportunities. Diaz is considered a prime bounce-back candidate coming into 2020, because of peripherals that did not support his poor 2019 numbers. That said, Diaz will be on a very short leash this season with only 60 games to play and Betances, Lugo, and Familia all looming. At this point, Diaz still projects as a top-end closer on a competing team, but owners should temper expectations. With this news, there is a real risk that Diaz will either share the closer role or, if he struggles, be quickly removed from the role.

    From RotoBaller

    Amed Rosario Jul 5 6:40pm ET

    Following up on an earlier report, New York Mets shortstop arrived at and participated in Mets' camp on Sunday afternoon. Rosario had previously been absent on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday morning. No reason for his absence has been provided by the Mets. Rosario is coming off a great sophomore season in which he slashed .287/.323/.432 with 75 runs, 15 homers, 72 RBI, and 19 steals. Rosario had a strong second half in 2019, posting a .319/.351/.453 slash with 37 runs, six homers, 30 RBI, and nine steals. Rosario should provide owners with a valuable average, speed, and power combination during the condensed 2020 campaign.

    From RotoBaller

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