CF,RF - FA
Mason Williams was called up by the Orioles on Saturday, as Dwight Smith Jr. was designated for assignment.
Williams is a journeyman with a career .284 average over 234 plate appearances. He should get spot starts in left field going forward, and is only rosterable in AL-only leagues.
Mason Williams played center field and led off Wednesday's game against the Blue Jays, collecting two hits. One of those hits was a solo homer.
Williams is hitting .375/.483/.500 in 24 at-bats this spring. He has been scuttling between the minors and majors for four years. At this point, it is difficult to imagine him making the Orioles' big league roster.
Mason Williams didn't show concussion symptoms after running into the outfield wall Tuesday but will be monitored overnight nonetheless, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports.
Williams banged into the outfield wall in the ninth inning of Tuesday night's loss to the Blue Jays while trying to track down a line drive off the bat of Cavan Biggio. He'll be monitored overnight and there should be another update on his status on Wednesday.
Mason Williams with a shoulder injury has been on a rehab assignment, playing for the Gulf Coast League Yankees East and Single-A Tampa Yankees since July 2. During that span, Williams is hitting 5-29 (.172).
Mason Williams has no fantasy impact.
Mason Williams was put on the 15-day DL with right shoulder inflammation.
With Williams hitting the DL, Ramon Flores will be called up. He will be in rotation with Chris Young and Brett Gardner for left and center field. Flores was 11-for-35 at Triple-A since being optioned, a good reason why he got the call over Aaron Judge. Flores also has has more experience in the majors than Judge, who has yet to make his major league debut.