AL Notes: Yankees, Stanton, Blue Jays, Maiza, Twins, Maeda

Giancarlo Stanton He begins his rehab job today, according to Lindsey Adler of The Athletic (Via Twitter). Prior to this latest injury, Stanton was otherwise healthy. For the season, Stanton appeared in 80 games, cutting .228/.309/.498 with 24 hits in 328 games. Stanton has started up to 38 games on the field, his most defensive activity since 2018. Elsewhere around the Junior Circuit…

  • Blue Jays Southbow Tim Maze He will begin his rehab assignment in Triple-A today, per MLB.com’s Keegan Matheson (Via Twitter). Mayza has been a major part of the Toronto Bullpen for a number of years, no less this season when he made a 2.88 ERA/3.94 FIP via 41 appearances for a total of 34 1/3 runs. Maisa has been out of action since August 7. The 30-year-old has held the left to the .157/.218/.275 streak this season.
  • Twins are cautiously optimistic about it you were maid He might be able to come back late in the season to get off the field like he was doing with the Dodgers. Maeda is throwing now, but baseball chief Derek Falvey hasn’t been committed to Maeda’s ability to appear late in the season, according to Darren Wolfson of 5 Eyewitness News (Via Twitter). Maeda is recovering from Tommy John’s surgery.

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