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Making progress with wrist issue
Could be available for next start
Out for remainder of season
Issues apology to teammates
Plesac apologized to his teammates via a statement Sunday after violating the Indians' COVID-19 protocols, the Associated Press reports. "I realize I made a poor choice to leave the hotel, which broke protocols and could have endangered other people," he said. "I understand that in these times of uncertainty, I need to be more vigilant and responsible, and I am determined to earn my teammates' forgiveness and get back to work."
Frustrated with lack of progress
Candidate to replace Stanton?
Expected to hit injured list
Callup not in cards
Could debut this year
Health news encouraging
Bryant, who missed a second straight game Sunday due to a stomach illness, has tested negative for coronavirus repeatedly but remains in MLB's COVID-19 protocol for the time being, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. "It's kind of out of our hands right now," Cubs manager David Ross said. "Just following the protocols through MLB. He really needs to be commended for going in and getting checked out."
Swelling led to early exit
Pitching days numbered again?
Opt-out decision sudden
Popping up on MLB radar
Closer's job in peril
Kimbrel may be in jeopardy of losing the closer's job due to his uneven performances to start the season, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. "I'll get back to you on that one," manager David Ross said in response to a question about Kimbrel's status. "I'm in the middle of conversations with Craig, so we'll have those with him first before I talk to you guys. We'll see where he's at, see how his arm feels."
Chances of '20 debut increase
Could get starting opportunity
Potential chance to start
De facto ace for rest of season
Eovaldi is set to serve as the ace of the Red Sox rotation for the remainder of the season after it was announced Saturday that Eduardo Rodriguez (illness) will not pitch in 2020.
Expected to make full recovery
Rodriguez, who the Red Sox announced Saturday will sit out the 2020 season due to myocarditis, is expected to make a full recovery, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports. "This case, while it's something that's persistent, is not something that has impacted or damaged the functioning of his heart, which in that event, the prognosis is good and these things just take time," said chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom.
MLB debut not expected in 2020
Appealing for early return
Moustakas and teammate Nick Senzel plan to meet with a select panel of league and union representatives Wednesday to appeal for clearance to resume playing with the Reds after both recently self-reported COVID-19 symptoms, C. Trent Rosecrans and Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic report.
Appealing for early return
Senzel and teammate Mike Moustakas plan to meet with a select panel of league and union representatives Wednesday to appeal for clearance to resume playing with the Reds after both recently self-reported COVID-19 symptoms, C. Trent Rosecrans and Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic report.
Could make MLB debut Tuesday