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Performs like staff ace
Luzardo, who generated a 1.08 ERA and 0.60 WHIP across three Cactus League starts before spring training was suspended, has the talent to ascend to the role of staff ace if he remains healthy, Jesse Sanchez and Martin Gallegos of MLB.com report.
May return to S. Korea temporarily
Continues workouts at home
Getting back to rehab soon
Has middling spring
Schoop finished spring training with a .241 batting average and one home run in 12 games before MLB suspended play.
Throwing up to 120 feet
On roster bubble
Could be one of three catchers
Looks sharp in spring
Farmer did not allow a run across his four Grapefruit League innings while striking out five.
Struggles in spring
Cisnero allowed 11 runs (eight earned) across four Grapefruit League innings before MLB suspended spring training.
Likely to earn bullpen role
Doing light exercise at home
Returns to Japan
Competing for low-leverage role
Can continue to use team facility
Eligible to rehab at team facility
Clear to rehab at team facility
Likely to make roster
Hernandez allowed four runs (three earned) on eight hits and four walks while striking over 13 over nine Cactus League innings.
Expanded rosters could save job
Could benefit from expanded rosters
Could work in swing role
Likely to make Opening Day roster
Has strong spring showing
Garcia posted a 2.70 ERA and and seven strikeouts across 6.2 Grapefruit League innings before MLB suspended play.
Cleared to resume throwing
Recovery remains promising