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Not planning to retire
Plans to play in 2021
Starting Friday on short rest?
Might not return to Toronto
May get callup
Starting job not guaranteed
Return to Rangers possible
Nearing IL return
Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune relays that Pham's return from the 10-day injured list could happen "any day" in the near future. "I wouldn't rule much out," manager Jayce Tingler said, when asked Monday about when Pham might be ready for activation.
Could get 1B work down stretch
Out for balance of season?
Hopes to avoid injured list
Getting competition at third?
Machin, who's set to log regular playing time at third base for the balance of the regular season with Matt Chapman (hip) on the injured list, is likely to get some competition at the position in the form of Jake Lamb, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.
Likely signing with Athletics
Still building up
Could return for postseason
Offseason extension complicated
Ahead of curve at alternate site
Done for 2020?
Status for 2020 uncertain
Promotion possible but unlikely
May join taxi squad in late September
Pirates general manager Ben Cherington said Sunday that Gonzales could be among the prospects that report to Pittsburgh when the organization closes its alternate training site in Altoona around Sept. 18, Jason Mackey of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Could get callup Tuesday
Built up for solid workload?
Martinez's (illness) pitch count was "in the 50s" during a live batting practice session Wednesday, making it possible the right-hander is ready to work up to five innings in Tuesday's scheduled start against the Twins, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports.
Benching not result of work ethic
Sanchez's benching, which began with Sunday's game against the Orioles, is not a byproduct of the struggling catcher's work ethic , Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports. "Gary wants to play, and to his credit, behind the scenes he's working his tail off and wants to be in there," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. "But in the end, I think this is the best thing right now."