2B - MIA - IL60
The Marlins placed Isan Diaz (groin) on the 60-day injured list.
Diaz is out for the season after suffering a groin injury on Monday. He had opted out of the 2020 season during the Marlins' COVID-19 outbreak before rejoining the club in August.
Isan Diaz departed Monday's game against the Phillies due to groin tightness.
Diaz opted out of the 2020 season during the Marlins' COVID-19 outbreak. He later changed his mind and just rejoined the team over the weekend. Consider him day-to-day for now.
The Marlins recalled Isan Diaz from their alternate training site.
Diaz opted out of the season during the Marlins' COVID-19 outbreak but has since returned. Jazz Chisholm might get everyday at bats at second base for Miami, which relegates Diaz to the bench.
Marlins second baseman Isan Diaz was reinstated from the restricted list Wednesday and optioned to the team's alternate site.
Diaz had opted out of the season due to concerns regarding COVID-19, but he opted to rejoin the team in late August. He has now been officially reinstated and is working out at the team's alternate site, but it doesn't sound like a callup to the big league squad is imminent.
Craig Mish of SportsGrid reports that Major League Baseball and the MLBPA have reached an agreement for Isan Diaz to return to the Marlins.
Diaz opted out of the season back in early-August due to concerns over COVID-19 but has since had a change of heart. He could take over as the starting second baseman following the trade of Jonathan Villar to the Blue Jays. Still, he isn't an immediate add in standard 12-team leagues.