Street (knee) is making his 2017 Cactus League debut Friday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Coming off a 6.45 ERA during (surprise) an injury-shortened 2016, Street is battling for the closer role with Cam Bedrosian (groin) and Andrew Bailey, among others. His body of work and name recognition may land him the job initially, but it's wise for fantasy players to remain skeptical, especially considering his health issues and the talent Bedrosian boasts when healthy.
It's likely just a one-day assignment for Randle, who should rejoin the parent club in time for Wednesday's game against the Heat. Randle appears to have fallen behind Ron Baker on the depth chart for the top backup role behind starting point guard Derrick Rose, as he's seen a combined four minutes over the Knicks' last two contests.
Molino signed a two-year, entry-level contract with the Canucks on Tuesday.
Molino was a member of the Western Michigan team that wound up in the Division I Frozen Four playoffs. The 23-year-old is shifty and equally adept at scoring and dishing for goals, adding 58 points (26 goals, 32 assists) in 76 games since starting up with WMU in 2015-16. With Vancouver mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, it's all about looking to the future, and Molino could carve out a substantial role in due time.
It's likely just a one-day assignment for Plumlee, who should rejoin the parent club in time for Wednesday's game against the Heat. The rookie center has appeared in each of the Knicks' last three games, but has seen no more than five minutes in any of those contests.
According to head coach Mike Zimmer, Bridgewater (knee) has upgraded to running in a pool and taking part in non-weight bearing exercises, Alex Marvez of the Sporting News reports. "The big thing for Teddy is that he's got to keep progressing with where he's going," Zimmer told Marvez and Tom Pelissero on SiriusXM NFL Radio. "He's doing a great job in the rehab. These [trainers] will get him back and ready to go. I honestly don't know when. No one really knows. He had a great doctor do [the surgery] and he's done phenomenal work. We're anticipating getting him back at some point."
"At some point" may occur during the 2017 season, but there's the distinct possibility that Bridgewater misses back-to-back campaigns due to the devastation wrought upon his left knee during practice on Aug. 30. With uncertainty reigning, the Vikings can only take a wait-and-see approach as rehab dominates his day-to-day regimen. The Vikings can take solace in the fact that Sam Bradford filled in admirably for the 2014 first-round pick last season, setting an NFL record for completion percentage (71.6), accruing a career-best 3,877 yards, and compiling a 20:5 TD:INT across 15 games. Expect the risk-averse Bradford to helm the offense for most, if not all, of the upcoming campaign, no matter the progress made by Bridgewater.