Podcast: Soto's Arrival

Podcast: Soto's Arrival
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Braves recalled RHP Matt Wisler from Triple-A Gwinnett.

Wisler holds a 3.63 ERA across three starts for the Braves this season. He'll be available in long relief for now but it's possible he'll get another start.
May 25 - 12:36 PM

Braves placed LHP Luiz Gohara on the bereavement list.

Gohara is headed to his native Brazil to be with his ailing mother. He'll be back sometime next week, but which role he'll fill at that point looks up in the air.
May 25 - 12:35 PM

Giants activated OF Mac Williamson from the 7-day concussion disabled list.

Williamson missed a month of action with a concussion but looked good on his rehab assignment and is starting in left field and batting seventh for the Giants on Friday in Chicago. Swing changes over the offseason have unlocked some of Williamson's raw power, which he displayed before going on the DL with three homers in five games. He's worth a shot again in deeper leagues.
May 25 - 11:43 AM

Red Sox activated 2B Dustin Pedroia from the 10-day disabled list.

Pedroia missed almost the first two months of the season after having a cartilage restoration procedure on his left knee last October, but he's ready to go now after five rehab games with Triple-A Pawtucket (he went just 1-for-14 at the plate in those games). He will hit lower in the order than his usual No. 2 spot, at least initially, and will turn 35 later this season. Pedroia is probably still a good bet for batting average but seems unlikely to bring much else to the table for fantasy owners.
May 25 - 11:39 AM

Red Sox designated 1B/DH Hanley Ramirez for assignment.

Alex Speier of the Boston Globe was first to report the news and the Red Sox have made the move official. Ramirez batted .330/.400/.474 in April, but a 0-for-20 stretch pushed his batting line for the season down to .254/.313/.395. Still, the move comes a surprise given that he has the third-most starts on the Red Sox this season and hit in the middle of the order in all of those starts. A $22 million option for 2019 would've triggered had Ramirez reached 497 plate appearances this season, something that no doubt factored into the Red Sox' decision here. Mitch Moreland will see a bump in playing time with Ramirez out of the picture.
Source: Boston Globe
May 25 - 11:11 AM

Adam Wainwright said Thursday that the results of tests on his right elbow have been "really encouraging" so far.

He still needs to undergo further testing, but so far it doesn't look like he's dealing with any structural damage. "That’s really encouraging," Wainwright said. "You go into something like that and you say, ‘What are they going to find?’ They found the ‘best-case scenario’ stuff. It’s just that my joint basically was inflamed." Wainwright isn't eligible to return until mid-July and what role he'll ultimately have by that time is totally up in the air.
May 25 - 11:04 AM

Paul DeJong is expected to miss 4-8 weeks after having surgery last week to insert screws and a metal plate into his fractured left hand.

The Cardinals never revealed a projected timetable for the shortstop, but DeJong said Thursday that he heard it would be anywhere from four to eight weeks. "That’s a huge range," he said. "I’m just going to take it week by week. Ask me next week. Hopefully, I’ll be close to swinging." The Cards have been using Jedd Gyorko, Yairo Munoz and Greg Garcia at shortstop since DeJong went down.
May 25 - 11:00 AM

Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak said Thursday that he didn't think there would be any restrictions on how many innings Alex Reyes (elbow) will be allowed to throw the rest of the season.

"Due to the fact he’s going into the rotation at the end of May or in June, he should be able to go really as much as you could hope. I don’t think he will have a cap," said Mozeliak. The Cardinals will surely use caution when they can with Reyes in his first year back from Tommy John surgery, but it appears he's not going to face a strict innings limit the rest of the way. The righty didn't allow a single run over four rehab starts, striking out 44 over 23 innings. Reyes will join the St. Louis rotation as soon as Tuesday in Milwaukee.
May 25 - 10:43 AM
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