CF,LF - LAA
The Angels are expected to recall outfielder Juan Lagares to the big-league roster. The move could come as soon as Wednesday.
Lagares was activated from the 10-day injured list and sent to the alternate training site on April 30th. This stint in the minors was a de facto rehab assignment, though he didn't last in Salt Lake long enough to see game action. Now, he's getting the call back up to the majors, where he is hitless through seven at-bats this season.
Angels OF Juan Lagares (calf) is expected to return from the IL on Wednesday.
Lagares has been sidelined since mid-April with a calf strain. He'll boost the Angels' outfield defense upon returning.
Los Angeles Angels OF Juan Lagares, who's on the 10-day IL with a calf issue, has been doing some light running and taking batting practice.
Lagares was just 0-for-7 to begin the season before hitting the injured list but he should be back sometime in late April. He's not on the fantasy radar though.
The Angels placed OF Juan Lagares on the 10-day injured list Tuesday.
Lagares was scratched Monday with calf tightness and ultimately ended up on the injured list. John Jay is expected to be called up by the Angels in a corresponding move. Lagares will miss the next ten days and is eligible to return from the injured list in late April.
Juan Lagares was DFA'd by the Mets on Friday.
The veteran outfielder signed a minor league deal with the Mets during summer camp after being cut loose by the Padres earlier in July. The team purchased his contract just a few days ago but he's now been released. He didn't record a single at-bat in 2020.