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Likely participant in upcoming workouts
Lewis, who has remained in the Arizona area while spring training has been suspended, is likely to be present at the Mariners' spring training facility in Peoria when it reopens with limited access early this week, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Not likely to be at early workouts
Renfroe, who has been diligently working out at his home in Mississippi while spring training remains suspended, isn't likely to join the Rays immediately for the limited workouts that will begin at Tropicana Field on Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Returns to full strength
Using technology to stay sharp
Could serve as sixth starter
Access to facility forthcoming
Group workouts likely on tap
Likely to resume group workouts
Offensive improvement needed
Looking to erase '19
Jung Ho Kang
Seeking return to KBO
Working out in St. Louis area
Working out regularly
Working out consistently
Remains honed in during shutdown
Unique season could lead to starts
Yarbrough, whom the Rays have seemed hesitant to anoint a full-fledged member of the rotation in the past, will likely have an enhanced opportunity for regular starts during an abbreviated 2020 season, Josh Tolentino of The Athletic reports.
Pivotal year upcoming
Trade candidate in coming seasons?
Not yet swinging
Yankees hitting coach Marcus Thames said Thursday that Judge (rib) has yet to resume swinging a bat, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. "When the doctors turn him loose, he'll be ready," Thames said. "He's champing at the bit to get out there."
Another elbow procedure
Could fill flexible relief role
Staying sharp during hiatus
Staying ready during hiatus
Opts for hip surgery
Progresses to batting practice