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Diamondbacks’ Randal Grichuk: Won’t play early in spring training

2023-24 MLB free agent tracker

RANKPLAYERPOSLAST TEAMNEW TEAMSTATUS
1Shohei Ohtani (29)DH/RHPteam logoteam logoSigned 10-year, $700 million deal
2Yoshinobu Yamamoto (25)RHPOrix Buffaloes (NPB)team logoSigned 12-year, $325 million deal
3Cody Bellinger (28)1B/CFteam logoFree agent
4Matt Chapman (30)3Bteam logoFree agent
5Aaron Nola (30)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned seven-year, $172 million deal
6Blake Snell (31)LHPteam logoFree agent
7Eduardo Rodriguez (30)LHPteam logoteam logoSigned four-year, $80 million deal
8Marcus Stroman (32)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned two-year, $37 million deal
9Lucas Giolito (29)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned two-year, $38.5 million deal
10Jordan Montgomery (31)LHPteam logoFree agent
11Kevin Kiermaier (33)CFteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $10.5 million deal
12Sonny Gray (34)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned three-year, $75 million deal
13Rhys Hoskins (30)1Bteam logoteam logoSigned two-year, $34 million deal
14Josh Hader (29)LHPteam logoteam logoSigned five-year, $95 million deal
15Jung-Hoo Lee (25)CFKiwoom Heroes (KBO)team logoSigned six-year, $113 million deal
16Lourdes Gurriel (30)OFteam logoteam logoSigned three-year, $42 million deal
17Jeimer Candelario (30)1B/3Bteam logoteam logoSigned three-year, $45 million deal
18Harrison Bader (29)CFteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $10.5 million deal
19Jorge Soler (31)DHteam logoteam logoSigned three-year $42 million deal
20Joc Pederson (31)OF/DHteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $9.5 million deal
21Justin Turner (39)3B/DHteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $13 million deal
22J.D. Martinez (36)DHteam logoFree agent
23Tim Anderson (30)SSteam logoFree agent
24Clayton Kershaw (35)LHPteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $5 million deal (with incentives)
25Jordan Hicks (27)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned four-year, $44 million deal
26Hector Neris (34)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $9 millin deal
27Teoscar Hernandez (31)OFteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $23.5 million deal
28Kenta Maeda (35)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned two-year, $24 million deal
29Michael Wacha (32)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned two-year, $32 million deal
30Gary Sanchez (31)Cteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $7 million deal
31Michael Taylor (32)CFteam logoFree agent
32Robert Stephenson (30)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned three-year, $33 million contract
33Michael Brantley (36)OF/DHteam logoRetired
34Tommy Pham (35)OF/DHteam logoFree agent
35Gio Urshela (32)3Bteam logoFree agent
36Tyler Mahle (29)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned two-year, $22 million deal
37Luis Severino (29)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $13 million deal
38James Paxton (35)LHPteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $7 million deal
39Seth Lugo (34)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned three-year, $45 million deal
40Aroldis Chapman (35)LHPteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $10.5 million deal
41Hyun-Jin Ryu (36)LHPteam logoFree agent
42Shota Imanaga (30)LHPYokohama DeNA BayStars (NPB)team logoSigned four-year, $53 million deal
43Mitch Garver (33)DH/Cteam logoteam logoSigned two-year, $24 million deal
44Jason Heyward (34)OFteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $9 million deal
45Ji-Man Choi (32)1Bteam logoFree agent
46Garrett Cooper (33)1Bteam logoFree agent
47Carlos Santana (37)1Bteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $5.25 million deal
48Frankie Montas (30)RHPteam logoteam logoSigned one-year, $16 million deal
49Amed Rosario (28)2Bteam logoFree agent
50Donovan Solano (36)1Bteam logoFree agent
  • Grichuk had bone spurs removed from his right ankle in January and won’t initially play in Cactus League games, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.Grichuk signed a one-year contract with the Diamondbacks on Saturday, but he won’t be available for the start of spring training as he recovers from the procedure that he underwent last month. The team hopes he’ll be ready to play by Opening Day, but even if he’s unavailable to begin the regular season, he isn’t expected to have a lengthy absence. Once he’s available, Grichuk will likely fill in for Alek Thomas or Corbin Carroll when Arizona faces left-handed pitchers.
  • Diamondbacks’ Kevin Ginkel: Plays catch Sunday Manager Torey Lovullo said Ginkel (elbow) played catch Sunday with no issues, Alex Weiner of ArizonaSports.com reports.The elbow injury apparently cropped up in early February, but the right-hander’s relatively quick return to throwing is an encouraging development. It’ll probably be a little while before Ginkel is cleared for game action, but at this point Lovullo expects his setup man to be ready by Opening Day.

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