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Yasmani Grandal (paternity) will rejoin the Dodgers in time for Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday.

Grandal's wife delivered a healthy baby boy on Monday. Austin Barnes has been serving as the Dodgers' primary catcher in the postseason.
Oct 23 - 8:33 PM

Yasmani Grandal missed Monday's workout in order to be in Arizona with his wife, who is due to give birth.

Grandal will presumably be back for Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday, although the Dodgers haven't officially said as much. He's taken a back seat to Austin Barnes during the postseason, receiving two starts to Barnes' six.
Oct 23 - 6:37 PM

Corey Seager (back) said Monday that he's "good to go" for the World Series.

Seager missed the NLCS with a sprained lower back, but he's been working out the last few days and went through a simulated game Monday to clear the way for his return to action. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts on Sunday left open the possibility of using Seager in the designated hitter spot for the games in Houston, but the important thing is they'll get his bat back in the lineup for the Fall Classic.
Oct 23 - 6:23 PM

Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times writes that the Rays player "most likely to be dealt this winter" is Jake Odorizzi.

Odorizzi is getting more expensive via arbitration and Tampa Bay has a handful of young arms they're ready or nearly ready to plug into the rotation, so dealing the veteran right-hander makes sense. The 27-year-old posted a career-high 4.14 ERA over 28 starts in 2017, but he's been a steady contributor over the last four seasons with a 3.81 ERA across 120 starts.
Oct 23 - 5:58 PM

Sam Travis played seven innings in left field for the Gigantes del Cibao in the Dominican Winter League on Sunday.

It's the first time in his professional career that he's played a position other than first base. Travis probably doesn't have enough bat to ever be a regular at first base, so adding some versatility would be in his best interest. The 24-year-old hit .263/.325/.342 over 83 plate appearances for Boston in 2017.
Oct 23 - 5:51 PM
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