Ruiz (undisclosed) did not make the Dodgers' 30-man roster. Ruiz missed most of summer camp for an undisclosed reason and was never a serious candidate for a roster spot. He'll head to the team's alternate training site and serve as organizational depth this season.
Ruiz (undisclosed) singled in his only at-bat in Monday's exhibition contest against Arizona. Ruiz was placed on the 10-day injured list July 16, but he has since reported to camp and was able to swing the bat against live pitching Monday. The backstop is not expected to make the Dodgers' Opening Day roster.
Ruiz (undisclosed) reported to Dodgers camp Friday, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports. Ruiz wasn't present for the first part of camp and was added to the 10-day injured list Thursday for an undisclosed reason, but he joined the team Friday. The 21-year-old prospect is expected to serve as organizational depth at catcher this year.
Ruiz (undisclosed) was transferred to the 10-day injured list Thursday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Ruiz has yet to report to camp due to an unspecified issue, though he reportedly hit in an indoor cage earlier in the week. Once healthy, the backstop is expected to serve as organizational catching depth during the shortened season.
Ruiz (undisclosed) is the only member of the Dodgers' player pool yet to report to camp, but he hit in an indoor cage Tuesday, Michael J. Duarte of NBC LA reports. The reason for Ruiz's absence from camp remains undisclosed, though he is one of a handful of Dodgers whom manager Dave Roberts indicated last week could return "sooner than later." Ruiz wasn't expected to break camp with the club even if he reported on time despite his presence on the 40-man roster.