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Debuting in majors soon?
Unlikely to stick around in 2020
Heating up before likely promotion
Collins owns a .375/.470/.698 triple slash with seven homers in 27 games for Triple-A Charlotte since the All-Star break, and he remains a candidate for a promotion when rosters expand Sept. 1.
Could find spot on playoff roster
Available for trade this offseason?
Option for Twins this season?
Probably not debuting this season
May be emerging as top setup man
Stephenson, who has a 0.77 WHIP in his last nine appearances, could eventually take over as the Reds' top setup man.
Possible September debut?
Dalbec, who has three home runs through his first 12 games with Triple-A Pawtucket, could get the call up to Boston in September.
Could get look this season
Woodford, who has a 3.96 ERA over 134 innings for Triple-A Memphis this season, could get the call to St. Louis before the year is out.
Could climb bullpen ranks quickly
Harvey, who has a 24.3 K-BB% in 16.2 innings at Triple-A Norfolk, could advance quickly up the bullpen hierarchy over the final month of the season.
September DFA candidate?
Franco, who posted a 68 wRC+ over 368 plate appearances for the Phillies before his demotion earlier this month, could be designated for assignment later this season.
Possible September addition?
Zeuch, who has a 56.9 percent groundball rate at Triple-A Buffalo this season, could get the call up in September.
Could get look in September
Houck, who struck out five in two scoreless innings for Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, could get the call up to the majors in September.
On pace to hit free-agency opt-out
Insists oblique not bothering him
Could return to club in September
Cron, who leads the Pacific Coast League with 36 home runs in just 252 at-bats for Triple-A Reno, is a candidate for a September callup.
Regular-season role remains unknown
Severino (lat) believes he could be active and throw up to 90 pitches before the Division Series, but Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said "there is a pathway, but no pathway is guaranteed," Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports.
May be cut candidate
Wants to stay in Oakland
Likely to be used as starter
Open to re-signing with Reds
Close to deal with NL East club
Potential big-league role uncertain
Lux remains on the radar for a callup, but it may not come before Sept. 1, when major-league rosters expand, and the organization isn't sure what Lux's playing time would be upon arrival, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told Ken Gurnick of MLB.com.
May rejoin Angels soon
Ward, who has hit safely in 11 of 12 games since being optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake, could be recalled by the Angels soon.