Dose: Price Set for Monday

Dose: Price Set for Monday
David Price will make his season debut Monday against the White Sox. But is he ready? Jesse Pantuosco gives his take in Friday's Dose.
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Troy Tulowitzki (hamstring) will be activated from the disabled list Friday.

Out for over a month with a strained right hamstring, Tulowitzki played in a few rehab games before being cleared to rejoin the Blue Jays. The shortstop will return to a .263/.295/.386 batting line.
Source: Toronto Sun
May 26 - 11:32 AM

The Blue Jays will activate both Josh Donaldson (calf) and Troy Tulowitzki (hamstring) before Friday's game against the Rangers.

Toronto has been playing better in May and will get the left side of their infield back for the beginning of a 10-game homestand, so things are looking up at the moment. Donaldson has been sidelined since April 14 and Tulowitzki has been on the shelf since April 21.
Source: Toronto Sun
May 26 - 11:29 AM

Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Thursday of Albert Pujols (hamstring) that the club will "wait and see where he is" before determining his status for this weekend.

The Halos won't have the designated hitter spot available this weekend in Miami, so Pujols will have to be used at first base if he plays. He's dealt with a hamstring injury for a little over a week and still isn't at 100 percent, although he played Monday through Wednesday and homered in his last game. Pujols seems like a good bet to start at least a couple games this weekend.
May 26 - 11:20 AM

MLB.com's Anthony DiComo reports that Mets pitching prospect Tyler Pill will join the club in Pittsburgh.

It seems likely that he would be used out of the bullpen, although that's not clear at the moment. Pill, who turns 27 next Monday, holds a 1.60 ERA across nine starts this season between Double- and Triple-A, although it's come with just 26 strikeouts across 56 1/3 innings. He was not ranked before the season by MLB.com among the Mets' top 30 prospects.
May 26 - 11:11 AM

Wilson Ramos (knee) will catch live batting practice on Monday and Thursday of next week at the Rays' spring training complex.

Ramos had said that he was hoping to begin a rehab assignment before the end of May, but clearly that's not going to happen. His workouts are going well, though, so him being cleared for game action doesn't appear to be far off. It's possible he could be ready for designated hitter duty with the Rays sometime next month.
May 26 - 11:04 AM

Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle writes that the Giants optioning Christian Arroyo back to Triple-A Sacramento "seems to be on the table."

Arroyo is 6-for-49 with 12 strikeouts in his past 13 games, dropping his batting line with the Giants to .191/.242/.304 across 115 at-bats. The youngster has popped three homers and played well defensively, but the Giants have to make room for Aaron Hill (forearm) and Conor Gillaspie (back) soon and the move that might make the most sense is sending Arroyo back to the minors for more seasoning. The picture could change if Eduardo Nunez's hamstring injury is worse than expected, but right now the hope is that he'll be ready to play Friday.
May 26 - 10:51 AM

Tom Murphy (wrist) could begin a rehab assignment as soon as next week.

Murphy's recovery from a hairline fracture in his right forearm and wrist has come along more slowly than expected, but obviously he's made nice progress of late. Considering how long he's been sidelined, Murphy's rehab assignment figures to be a pretty lengthy one. Still, he's a guy worth stashing now if he was dropped in your league.
Source: Denver Post
May 26 - 10:29 AM

Jon Gray (foot) hopes to throw a bullpen session this weekend without wearing a walking boot.

He's been throwing bullpen sessions while wearing the boot but is aiming to ditch it this weekend. Gray will require at least three rehab starts before rejoining the Rockies' rotation, so it's going to be a while. Manager Bud Black indicated earlier this week that he expected Gray back in three weeks, so a mid-June return looks like the best-case scenario.
Source: Denver Post
May 26 - 10:24 AM
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