Marsh isn't expected to make his 2021 debut for Triple-A Salt Lake while he continues to rehab a shoulder injury, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. The 23-year-old saw action for the Angels as a designated hitter in spring training, but he wasn't cleared for outfield duty in Cactus League games while he ramped up from a labrum injury. Since spring training concluded, Marsh has remained in Arizona to continue his throwing program, and he appears to be nearing full clearance. One of the Angels' top position prospects, Marsh could make his MLB debut at some point in 2021 if he proves at Triple-A that his shoulder issue isn't a lingering concern.
Marsh (shoulder) is in the lineup for Saturday's spring game against the Padres. Marsh has dealt with a shoulder injury over the past several days, but he'll be back in the Cactus League lineup Saturday. The 23-year-old appears to be healthy and should begin the season at the Triple-A level.
Marsh (shoulder) is starting at first base and batting second in Sunday's "B" game, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. The 23-year-old was previously expected to play center field in Sunday's game, but he'll instead start at first base. Marsh could still shift to the outfield during the contest. He has yet to play the field in Cactus League action this spring while recovering from an offseason labrum injury, but his appearance in the "B" game is a good sign for his progression. Marsh was optioned to the minors last week and is poised to open the season at the Triple-A level.
Marsh (shoulder) played catch from 90 feet Friday and has no limitations, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Marsh has yet to play in the outfield this spring as he continues to recover from a labrum injury suffered last season. He recently stated that he has been set back after tweaking his shoulder but doesn't consider the issue to be serious, per Blake Harris of SB Nation. Marsh has already been optioned to the minors and won't break camp with the Angels. He is scheduled to play center field in a "B" game on Sunday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Marsh (arm) was optioned to the minors Tuesday. Marsh was always expected to open the season at the Triple-A level, and with an arm issue slowing him down throughout camp, he hasn't really had the chance to make an unlikely charge toward a roster spot. He should be a candidate for a midseason call-up if he looks good in the minors to start the year.