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    Jorge Soler (toe) told reporters that he's feeling 100 percent prior to the start of Cactus League games.

    Soler appeared in just 61 games because of his fracture toe, but he did post a an .820 OPS during that time frame with nine homers. Injuries have plagued the former Cubs prospect over his career, but there have been flashes of brilliance when he's been healthy. While it's possible that 2019 is the breakout season we've been waiting for, there's just as much risk involved here as there is reward.
    Feb 21 - 4:59 PM

    The Cardinals plan to ease reliever Andrew Miller into action this spring to protect his injured knee.

    Miller, signed to a three-year, $27.5 million contract this winter, was placed on the disabled list twice last year because of knee injuries. Rather than risk an injury flaring up again, the Cardinals will take things cautious with the 33-year-old and ease him into action in the Grapefruit League. Assuming full health, he's expected to work late innings -- with some save opportunities -- this summer for the Cardinals.
    Feb 21 - 4:45 PM

    Braves manager Brian Snitker told reporters on Thursday that Mike Soroka (shoulder) won't pitch in the early spring training games.

    Soroka has been able to make it through bullpen sessions -- six of them as of last week -- but the Braves are going to be cautious with their 21-year-old hurler and keep him out of Grapfruit League action for a while. Things are obviously pointing in the right direction, but there's still a decent chance we won't see Soroka pitching for Atlanta in actual games when the regular season begins.
    Feb 21 - 4:36 PM

    Brewers manager Craig Counsell told reporters on Thursday that Tyler Saladino will get looks in the outfield this spring.

    Saladino is competing for a utility spot with the Brewers this spring. Being able to play the corner-outfield positions would be a major boon for his chances. The 29-year-old agreed to a one-year, $887,500 contract to avoid arbitration at the end of November, and hit .246 with five homers over 130 plate appearances with Milwaukee last season.
    Feb 21 - 4:24 PM

    The Reds expect Michael Lorenzen to both pitch and play center field during Cactus League games this spring.

    Reds manager David Bell told reporters that the plan is to have Lorenzen pitch in Cactus League games, but also have him get work in the outfield; occasionally in the same game. The 27-year-old was a two-way star in college at Cal State Fullerton, and he's been one of the best hitting pitchers in baseball when given the opportunity. The right-hander also posted a 3.11 ERA over 81 innings last year, so while we're not looking at the next Shohei Ohtani, we could see Lorenzen contribute in both areas on a more consistent basis in 2019.
    Feb 21 - 4:10 PM
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