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Austin Nola (knee) went 0-for-3 with two walks in his return from the injured list on Thursday.
Nola has been out since late May but is worth picking up if any fantasy managers are desperate for catching help. He was off to a slow start before going down this year, but his 2020 was noticeably better.
Austin Nola (knee) caught a bullpen on Friday.
Nola's knee injury has taken longer to recover from than originally expected. He'll need to play in some minor league rehab games before the Padres call him back up.
Padres catcher Austin Nola (knee) was placed on the 10-day injured list on Thursday.
Nola is dealing with a “slight knee sprain” and was placed on the 10-day injured list Thursday. He has been held out of the lineup four of the last five games. According to Padres manager Jayce Tingler, Nola could only be out a few weeks. Victor Caratini will handle catcher duties while Nola is sidelined.
Austin Nola went 1-3 with a single and a walk in the Padres' win over the Cardinals on Sunday.
Nola is hitting just .250 since returning from the IL, but has been incredibly patient at the plate, posting a .405 OBP. Nola is also hitting .353 over the past week, which could mean he's starting to get back into a rhythm at the plate. Nola will continue to get a majority of starts behind the plate for the Padres. Keep an eye on him this week to see if he continues to heat up.
Padres catcher Austin Nola underwent X-rays on his left hand Friday that came back negative.
Nola was hit by a pitch on his left hand during Friday’s game and broke a blood vessel. X-rays on his left hand came back negative and he was diagnosed with a contusion. Nola is considered day-to-day but isn’t expected to miss much time.