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Sports Juan Soto reinstated from COVID IL, but not in Nats' lineup

01:07  05 august  2020
01:07  05 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

Nationals' Soto to miss opener after positive COVID-19 test

  Nationals' Soto to miss opener after positive COVID-19 test The Washington Nationals will be without Juan Soto for Thursday's season opener against the New York Yankees after the star outfielder tested positive for COVID-19, general manager Mike Rizzo announced, according to MASN's Mark Zuckerman. Soto's results came back early Thursday morning after he underwent testing Tuesday. The 21-year-old is asymptomatic and no other players are unavailable for Thursday's game due to his condition, Rizzo explained. Soto won't be cleared to play until he tests negative twice over the span of 24 hours.

WASHINGTON -- Juan Soto was in a red top and back on the bench in the home dugout Saturday at Nationals Park. The Nationals gathered to play a simulated game Manager Davey Martinez said Soto was asymptomatic throughout his quarantine stay. It was the second quarantine period for Soto since

The Nationals want to keep Juan Soto in Washington for his entire career. In other words, water is wet. Soto has enjoyed a brilliant start to his young career, accumulating 7.1 Wins Above Baseball’s infrastructure allow the Nats to control Soto ’s rights for half a dozen seasons, but as fans witnessed

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WASHINGTON — Left fielder Juan Soto was reinstated by the Washington Nationals from the COVID-19 injured list Tuesday after missing the team’s first seven games of the season.

Manager Dave Martinez did not put the slugger in Washington’s starting lineup against the New York Mets for the opener of a two-game series Tuesday night. Martinez did say Soto was available to pinch hit.

“I talked to him last night and he really felt like he probably could use another day or two. He said his legs felt a little heavy. His arm was a little sore,” Martinez said. “He tried to ramp it up. ... The last four days, he probably got about 20 at-bats. In that respect, he doesn’t feel that bad, but I want to make sure we keep him healthy. We just got him back. He missed a lot of time.”

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Soto was sidelined on opening day, July 23, after testing positive for the coronavirus.

He only was allowed to return to workouts on Saturday, part of an unusual four-day break for the Nationals caused by the suspension of the Miami Marlins’ season after a team outbreak of COVID-19.

The Nationals also reinstated right-handed reliever Wander Suero from the IL before Tuesday’s game and optioned outfielder Andrew Stevenson to the club’s alternate training site. Only one corresponding move was necessary because the Nationals already had placed reliever Will Harris on the IL last week.

The 21-year-old Soto is a big part of Washington’s offence. He had 34 homers and 110 RBIs during the 2019 regular season before becoming a post-season star while helping the franchise win its first World Series championship.

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During a 3-4 start to the truncated season, the Nationals are averaging 3.4 runs per game and their team OPS is just .704.

Clearly, Martinez wants Soto in the middle of the order. But he also wants to be cautious.

“I told him: ‘You’ve got to understand, too, we do have a DH now. So these days where you need a day off, we can plop you at DH.’ And he said, ‘Yeah, I forgot about that,’” Martinez said.

NOTES: World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg will throw a simulated game Wednesday. He has missed his first two starts of 2020 because of a nerve issue in his right hand and only recently began throwing off a mound. ... Martinez said Suero would be available out of the bullpen Tuesday but he could be eased into things, perhaps in lower-leverage situations at first.

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