Iglesias has been receiving treatment for shin splints throughout the spring. He's been able to take batting pracitce, and field grounders, but has not been allowed to run. Iglesias hit .303/.349/.386 in 350 at-bats last year.
Verlander is working his way back from offseason surgery on a core muscle. It will be Verlander's first start of the spring. Verlander posted a 3.46 ERA in 218 1/3 innings last year.
Farrell said Sizemore is "not far off" from his physical shape in Cleveland. He did add that expectations for Sizemore are somewhat tempered, as injuries have been a major problem in the past. Sizemore is competing with Jackie Bradley Jr. for a starting spot in the outfield. He hasn't played in the majors since 2011.
Braun did not play in Monday's game in order to get some rest. The team has an off day Tuesday, so it allows Braun to get a few days of rest before playing again. Braun has been off to a hot start this spring, and is trying to put last season behind him.
Braun hit .298/.372/.498 in 225 at-bats last year.
Ramirez has been limited in camp after recovering from surgery to remove a polyp from his colon. The team is off Tuesday, which should give Ramirez a day to rest his legs. Ramirez has played two games this spring, and has yet to take part in back to back contests. He has said his knees, which gave him problems last year, have felt great this spring.
Ramirez hit .283/.370/.461 in 304 at-bats last season.
Corbin has now given up seven earned runs in 13 spring innings while striking out 10 and walking three. He's working towards his season-opening start against the Dodgers in Australia.
Paxton gave up his first run of the spring Monday but still owns a 1.00 ERA and 4:0 K:BB ratio through nine innings. He's doing what he needs to do to win a spot in the rotation and will look to keep rolling in his next start, likely this weekend.
"I'm not worried at all about it," Beachy said. "I've seen the doctors, and they've done everything. My ligament is fine. I've got some inflammation in there and it got a little too tight in my bicep. It was just unproductive to keep pushing and fighting through it. I'm not scared at all. I didn't come in here feeling 100 percent. This is something I've been dealing with. It had been getting easier the harder I threw and the harder I pushed. Today, it just got a little too tight on me."
Beachy only threw 14 of his 37 pitches for strikes Monday and couldn't throw his fastball faster than 88 mph. He's faced a long road back since Tommy John surgery in June 2012 and elbow inflammation last year, but the road isn't quite over yet.
Soriano also gave up two runs in his first inning pitched this spring, leaving him with a whopping 37.80 ERA thus far. He didn't surrender a walk Monday but did hit a batter. He'll try and put his ugly start to spring behind him moving forward.
Harrell has given up one earned run in each of his three outings this spring, though he's progressed one inning in each successive appearance. He walked four batters in two innings in his first game but has surrendered just one free pass over seven innings since.