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Latest Player News's Mark Bowman reports that the Johan Camargo is expected to be the Braves everyday third baseman to start the year.

Camargo had a solid first season with the Braves; slashing .299/.331/.452 with 21 doubles in his 82 games with Atlanta in 2017. There has been speculation that the Braves could be players for free agent Mike Moustakas, but the 24-year-old infielder showed enough with the bat along with his solid defense last year to earn a chance to play everyday for Atlanta in 2018. He could be a sleeper if some of those doubles turn into homers for Camargo this summer.
Feb 21 - 4:20 PM

Evan Drellich of NBC Sports Boston reports that Joe Kelly is "a-ok" after being hit in the shin by a ball during live batting practice on Wednesday morning.

Kelly underwent an x-ray to confirm that there was no damage, and no issues were revealed. He's expected to be a key part of the Boston bullpen in the 2018 season.
Feb 21 - 4:09 PM

Twins GM Thad Levine noted this week that Miguel Sano brought a "generous carriage" into spring training.

In other not-as-kind words, the 24-year-old slugger put on extra weight this winter while mostly incapacitated due to a lingering stress reaction in his left shin. The injury led to Sano missing a number of weeks down the stretch last season along with the Twins' big American League Wild Card Game matchup against the Yankees. There were already concerns about Sano's conditioning level in 2017 and he is still awaiting word on MLB's investigation into a sexual assault claim against him. He may be facing a suspension to open the 2018 regular season. Perhaps he could use that time off to get in better shape.
Feb 21 - 3:26 PM

Brandon Guyer underwent an MRI on his surgically-repaired left wrist on Wednesday.

Guyer needed a procedure to repair the extensor tendon in his wrist last October and then tweaked it during one of the Indians' first spring training workouts on Tuesday. The team should know more about his short-term and long-term outlook by Thursday. Guyer projects to work in a right-field platoon this year in Cleveland, but it seems his status for Opening Day may now be in question.
Feb 21 - 2:35 PM's Jesse Sanchez reports that the Rays have agreed to a one-year contract with free agent outfielder Carlos Gomez.

The one-year deal -- which is pending a physical -- will come with a $4 million guarantee, per Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times. Gomez struggled to attract significant interest on the open market this winter despite posting an .802 OPS with 17 home runs and 13 stolen bases in 105 games last season with the Rangers. He battled hamstring, shoulder, and ankle ailments throughout the year, but with better health this could be a nice bounceback situation for both Gomez and the rebuilding Rays. The 32-year-old will play a corner outfield spot, with defensive maestro Kevin Kiermaier sticking in center field.
Feb 21 - 1:33 PM
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