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Likely strong DH candidate
Hitting regularly during shutdown
Likely to resume group workouts
May make big-league club after all
Could finally see majors
Could have role with universal DH
Trying not to overdo workouts
Ready for second spring training
Projected first overall
Wants to play the field
Could earn bench role
Hitting in cage
Reduced season could aid roster bid
Could benefit from shortened season
Working out and staying in touch
Expects to miss 2020 season
Mancini revealed Tuesday in an essay posted on The Players' Tribune that he will require six months of treatment for his battle with colon cancer and noted that he will likely miss the entire 2020 season. "If baseball returns in 2020, it will probably be without me," Mancini wrote.
Will open at High-A Salem
Catches hitting coach's eye
Sees plenty of spring at-bats
Ravelo hit .237 (9-for-38) with three doubles, two RBI, six walks, one stolen base and five runs across 14 Grapefruit League games before spring training was suspended.
Sets up home batting cage
Getting treatment on elbow
Solidifies spot with strong spring
Nola hit .308 (8-for-26) with a triple, an RBI, two walks and two runs across 10 Cactus League games before spring training was suspended.
Scuffles with bat in spring
Olson hit .200 (5-for-25) with two doubles, one home run, four RBI, nine strikeouts, five walks and four runs across 11 Cactus League games before spring training was suspended.
Still months away
Orioles general manager Mike Elias said Monday that Mancini's recovery timeline will be measured in months rather than weeks after the slugger underwent surgery in March to remove a malignant tumor from his colon, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.