This is weird that the Diamondbacks camp saw enough assure him another start when Escobar allowed 10 hits and seven earned runs over 3.1 in his first start on Monday.
On that aforementioned instagram post, Embiid hash tagged "FinallyHealthy". Embiid has spent his first two professionals seasons on the sidelines, not recording a single minute of action due to injuries. Embiid made it known he's going to attempt to recruit Kevin Durant to Philadelphia this offseason as well.
Moncrief got surgery for turf toe this past offseason and is still not ready to return to action. He had a big year-two in the pro's catching 64 passes for 733 yards and six touchdowns. The reason those numbers weren't better was because Andrew Luck went down and missed most of the season. The two have a solid rapport together and when both are healthy, they're a great fantasy tandem to own.
Dorsett has been dealing with multiple injuries this offseason but was able to get back onto the field Tuesday. Dorsett maybe 11 receptions for 225 yards and one touchdown during his rookie campaign. He should be poised for a larger role in the Colts offense, but not big enough to make him a fantasy commodity.
The Astros made room on their roster and demoted Colin Moran to Triple-A for Gomez to rejoin the 25-man roster. Gomez has struggled mightily this year, but he's shown he's an elite talent in years past and the Astros hope he can revert back to the player he was in Milwaukee.
Knebel is scheduled to play in two rehab games at Triple-A before returning to the Brewers bullpen. Knebel is a crucial member the Brewers pen and will slide right back into the same setup role as he was in before his injury.
Garza's rehab assignment will being with Low-A Wisconsin for a few starts and progress from there. Depending how well he pitches and how well everything responds will be the determining factor on how quickly he's back in the majors.