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    Nick Tropeano (shoulder) is throwing long toss out to 100 feet.

    He's hoping to throw off a mound in about two-and-a-half weeks and be ready to pitch in live games in five weeks. Tropenao missed most of the second half last year with a right shoulder injury and then suffered a setback in December. He's questionable for the start of the regular season and shouldn't be a draft-day consideration in standard fantasy leagues.
    Feb 20 - 11:20 AM

    Andy Martino of SNY.tv is hearing that the Giants "have a shot" at landing free agent outfielder Bryce Harper.

    Martino adds that the Phillies "have a tough road to get it done" unless they're willing to up their offer. This report could be some form of posturing on the part of Harper's agent, Scott Boras, but the competition certainly remains wide open at this point for the 26-year-old superstar. He'll be looking to top the 10-year, $300 million agreement that Manny Machado has reportedly reached with the Padres.
    Feb 20 - 10:23 AM

    Tigers pitching prospect Franklin Perez (stomach) will go through a full workout on Wednesday.

    At last check, the Tigers' medical staff was befuddled by the acute stomach pain that had been plaguing Perez. Maybe it was just a bug. He should be able to catch back up to the other pitchers in Tigers camp in short order. The 21-year-old right-hander will be aiming for a healthy and productive 2019 season in the minor leagues after missing much of 2018 due to lat and shoulder injuries. He was acquired from the Astros in August 2017 as part of the Justin Verlander trade.
    Feb 20 - 9:00 AM

    Alex Bregman (elbow) is scheduled to face live pitching on Wednesday.

    It's another step in the right direction for Bregman, who underwent surgery in January to remove loose bodies from his throwing elbow. All indications are that he will be a full-go for the start of the 2019 regular season, and he could even begin playing in Grapefruit League games sometime in early March. The 24-year-old infielder has all the goods to be an elite fantasy option this year.
    Feb 20 - 8:42 AM

    Brandon Morrow (elbow) will push his flat-ground throwing out to 105 feet on Wednesday in Cubs camp.

    If that goes smoothly, Morrow could soon be cleared for daily throwing sessions. He had been limited to throwing every other day since arriving in Arizona. The rehabbing right-hander is about a month behind the other pitchers in Cubs camp and probably won't be an option for the major league roster until sometime in late April or early May. Pedro Strop is expected to open the 2019 regular season as Chicago's primary closer.
    Feb 20 - 8:19 AM
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