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Fantasy News

  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Has contract renewed

    The Dodgers recently renewed Toles' contract for the 2022 season, Michael J. Duarte of NBC LA reports. Toles hasn't played baseball since 2018 and remains on the Dodgers' restricted list as he continues to manage mental health issues, so there's very little chance that he'll return to the team this season. However, the organization has opted to continue renewing his contract so that Toles is able to receive MLB health insurance as he tries to rebuild his life. His personal well-being vastly outweighs any discussion of his abilities on the field.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Contract renewed

    Toles' contract was renewed by the Dodgers on Thursday, the Associated Press reports. Toles has been on the restricted list since March 2019 and hasn't worked out with the Dodgers since leaving extended spring training in May of the same year. He was arrested in Florida last June on a misdemeanor trespassing charge and is reportedly getting help for the mental health issues that led to the arrest. There's little chance that Toles will play at all in 2021, and his overall baseball future is unquestionably murky, so the Dodgers' decision to renew his contract is likely a move to support the outfielder and ensure that he continues to receive health insurance to cover the help he needs.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Personal struggles mount

    Toles was arrested in Florida on Monday on a misdemeanor trespassing charge after he was found sleeping behind Key West International Airport and refused to leave, Gwen Filosa of the Miami Herald reports. In terms of baseball news, this incident furthers the belief that Toles is unlikely to return to the sport during the 2020 season. However, Toles' need for help clearly extends beyond baseball, and any hope of seeing him in a Dodgers uniform again should be superseded by the hope that he simply gets well. The 28-year-old has a documented history of dealing with anxiety and depression, and he essentially disappeared from baseball after leaving spring training last May to deal with a personal matter.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Not expected to return in 2020

    Toles (personal) is unlikely to be part of the Dodgers' 2020 plans, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. The Toles saga continues. Once a key postseason contributor for Los Angeles -- he hit .364 and scored six runs for the team in the 2016 playoffs -- Toles missed most of 2017 due to an ACL tear and played in only 17 major-league contests in 2018. Though apparently fully healthy last season, Toles did not play a single game at any level after leaving the Dodgers' spring training facility in late May to attend to a personal matter. At this point, it's anyone's guess when -- or if -- Toles will resume his baseball career.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Takes another leave

    Toles (personal) is no longer working out at the Dodgers' spring training facility in Arizona, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Toles reported to the facility in late April after missing spring training for undisclosed reasons, but he apparently has left to spend time with his family. The 27-year-old should be considered out indefinitely.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Reports to Camelback

    Toles arrived at the Dodger's spring training facility, Camelback Ranch-Glendale, on Monday but remains on the restricted list, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Toles failed to report to spring training due to an undisclosed reason, and while it's good to see him finally make it to camp, the Dodgers have yet to provide a timeline for his return to action.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Placed on restricted list

    Toles was placed on the restricted list Monday, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. The move opens up a spot on the Dodgers' 40-man roster. Toles has yet to report to camp due to a personal matter.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: No timeline to join team

    Manager Dave Roberts admitted Wednesday that he's unsure when Toles (personal) will be ready to rejoin the Dodgers, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports. Toles has yet to report to camp while tending to an undisclosed personal matter. Each additional day Toles remains away with the team, his chances of breaking camp with the Dodgers will continue to diminish. The 26-year-old is one of several players vying for one or two reserve spots in a deep Dodgers outfield.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Away from team for personal reasons

    Toles has not reported to spring training due to a personal matter, Pedro Moura of The Athletic reports. No further information on the nature or length of Toles' absence was provided. The 26-year-old had an outside chance at best of breaking camp with the team after appearing in just 17 games last season.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Sent back to Triple-A

    Toles was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Toles will make way on the roster for new acquisition Manny Machado. The outfielder went 6-for-23 with a pair of doubles in his brief stay with the team.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Out of Tuesday's lineup

    Toles is out of Tuesday's lineup against the Padres, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. This is in line with the expectation when Toles was promoted to the big leagues on Monday, as he started in that game against a righty but will sit in this one against lefty Eric Lauer. Cody Bellinger is starting in center field, hitting sixth.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Performs well in 2018 debut

    Toles -- who was called up prior to Monday's contest -- started in center field and went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk, two RBI and a pair of runs scored in an 8-2 win over San Diego. Toles made his first start in the majors since tearing his ACL back in May of 2017. The 26-year-old slashed .326/.363/.500 over 34 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City, and Yasiel Puig's placement on the DL with an oblique injury opened up a spot in the Dodgers' outfield. Matt Kemp has taken over in right field, and a combination of Toles, Joc Pederson and Enrique Hernandez will occupy the remaining two outfield spots until Puig returns in three-to-four weeks. Monday's lineup configuration suggests that the two left-handed bats, Toles (center field) and Pederson (left field), will receive the majority of starts against right-handed starters.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: To return Tuesday

    Toles (hamstring) will be activated from Triple-A Oklahoma City's 7-day disabled list Tuesday. Toles is set to rejoin the Oklahoma City lineup after missing the past month and a half with a hamstring injury. He recently completed his rehab program at the Dodgers' spring training facility.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Suffers minor setback

    Toles (hamstring) recently suffered a minor setback in his rehab, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. Toles' hamstring injury continues to hamper him and the recent setback puts him further away from even being considered for a callup by the Dodgers. Though the setback was reportedly minor, it's unclear when Toles will be able to resume baseball activity.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Participates in batting practice

    Toles (hamstring) took batting practice prior to Thursday's game with Triple-A Oklahoma City. This marked the first time Toles was able to hit on the field since going down with a hamstring injury against New Orleans on April 13. It appears as though the 25-year-old could return to the fold this weekend, though the team has yet to release anything definitive on his status since he got injured.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Placed on minor-league disabled list

    Toles (hamstring) was placed on the minor-league disabled list Saturday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. Toles injured his hamstring Friday against New Orleans and will need at least ten days to recover. He's hitting .462/.500/.731 through his opening six games for Triple-A Oklahoma City.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Injures hamstring Friday

    Toles suffered a hamstring injury during Friday's win over Triple-A New Orleans, Jacob Unruh of The Oklahoman reports reports. Toles is off to a fantastic start for Triple-A Oklahoma City with 12 hits -- including four doubles -- in 26 at-bats through the first six games of the minor-league season. The injury doesn't appear overly serious as the 25-year-old is only expected to miss a few days.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Outside looking in

    Toles usage off the bench recently suggests that he will miss out on making the 25-man roster in favor of Matt Kemp and Joc Pederson, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports. The 25-year-old opened the 2017 season as the Dodgers' starting left fielder before suffering a torn ACL last May. He has made good contact this spring (13-for-44 with two home runs), but his deployment off the bench in lineups featuring starters suggests that he is no longer being considered for the starting left field job. Add in Pederson's increased usage over the past week and it is looking more and more like Toles will begin the year with Triple-A Oklahoma City.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Will play Saturday

    Toles (knee) will play the outfield in one of the team's split-squad Cactus League games Saturday, Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register reports. This will mark the first time Toles is back on the field for a live game since he tore his right ACL last May. The outfielder arrived at camp without any limitations and it looks like he's fully healthy after spending the past nine months recovering from the injury. Don't be surprised to see the club ease him back into game shape as Toles battles for a spot on the Opening Day roster.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Toles: Expects to be ready for start of 2018

    President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman said he expects Toles (knee) to be ready for the start of spring training, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. Toles hit .271/.314/.458 with five homers in 31 games before undergoing season-ending surgery in May to repair his torn ACL. The speedy outfielder will compete for a spot in the Dodgers' outfield in 2018.
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