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Mason Melotakis still felt something with his strained oblique when he threw on flat ground Saturday.

The relief prospect will be shut down for a few days. Melotakis entered camp as a long shot to win an Opening Day roster spot and the oblique injury certainly won't help his chances.
Feb 19 - 9:33 AM

David Peralta said Saturday that his surgically-repaired right wrist feels "great."

It was a long rehab for Peralta after he had surgery last August to have a ligament in his wrist tied back into place. He was given a recovery timetable of six months and didn't begin swinging a bat until January 8. Peralta admitted to being nervous last week when he hit off a tee in front of coaches for the first time since the operation, but he came out of it fine. Players sometimes don't get the full strength back in their wrist right away when they've had surgery, and that's a concern for Peralta's fantasy prospects going into 2017. However, for now he appears to be doing well.
Feb 19 - 8:48 AM

Josh Harrison is open to filling a utility role for the Pirates.

Harrison served as Pittsburgh's everyday second baseman in 2016 but could see time at third base this year if Jung Ho Kang's legal battle drags into the regular season. Kang is missing the start of spring training to stand trial in Korea for his third DUI and it's unclear how long he'll be sidelined. Harrison is no stranger to third base. 215 of his 617 major league appearances have come at the hot corner.
Feb 18 - 11:29 PM

Shawn Tolleson (back) was held out of Saturday's workout for "preventative" reasons.

Tolleson finished last season on the disabled list and apparently his back is still giving him trouble. The 29-year-old is hoping to rebound this year after sporting an ugly 7.68 ERA over 37 relief outings for Texas in 2016.
Feb 18 - 10:35 PM

The Diamondbacks are expected to go with three catchers on their Opening Day roster.

The Diamondbacks will use a trio to replace Wellington Castillo, who bolted to Baltimore in free agency. Chris Herrmann, Chris Iannetta and Jeff Mathis will all see action behind the plate this year, though manager Torey Lovullo has yet to determine how the playing time will be distributed. "It's hard for me to predict," said Lovullo. "We'll kind of define that as things unfold." In addition to his catching responsibilities, Herrmann could also see time in the outfield and at both corner infield positions.
Feb 18 - 9:14 PM
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