Quinn will see reps at shortstop during spring training, Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The Phillies are already looking at utilizing Quinn in a bench role because of his explosive speed, though his playing time would seemingly be limited behind Rhys Hoskins, Odubel Herrera, Nick Williams and Aaron Altherr. That said, it would definitely improve his chances of breaking camp with the big club if he proves serviceable around the infield, especially seeing as the Phillies intend to carry just a four-man bench to open the season. It would be unwise to expect much from Quinn, however, given he hasn't played shortstop since 2014 and struggled during his brief time there, committing 61 errors in 149 games from 2012-14. Either way, if he's able to earn the Phillies' final bench spot out of camp, the 24-year-old speedster could wind up being a cheap source of steals.
Quinn could make the Opening Day roster as a fifth outfielder, Matt Breen of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
According to Breen, the Phillies intend to carry a four-man bench to start the season. This would comprise of a backup catcher, a fourth outfielder, a utility infielder and one extra spot. With Rhys Hoskins, Odubel Herrera, Nick Williams and Aaron Altherr already taking up the first four outfield spots, Quinn would be attempting to land a roster spot as the extra player. There are a couple reasons why he'd be a great fit, with speed being the top calling card. The Phillies stole just 59 bases last season (fifth-worst in the league), and Quinn notched at least 30 steals in four out of the five seasons from 2012 through 2016 (the lone outlier was a 29-steal campaign). His fantasy value is still pretty low as a fifth outfielder, but he could prove to be a cheap source of steals if injuries plague the Phillies' outfield.
Quinn remains sidelined with an injury to the ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Quinn would have likely been in the majors by now, but he hasn't been able to get back on the field since suffering the elbow injury in May. It remains unclear if he will be able to return to action before the end of the year.
Quinn (elbow) remains without a timetable for his return to action, Matt Gelb of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Quinn is sidelined with a ligament injury to his left arm. He has not played in a game since May 28. GM Matt Klentak said the team still hopes to have Quinn back on the field before the end of the season. He could get a look in the majors in September if he can get back on the field at Triple-A Lehigh Valley sometime this month.
Quinn has been sidelined since May 28 with a ligament injury to his non-throwing elbow. He is not yet ready for game action, but is expected to start playing in games at some point this month. He's a candidate to join the Phillies later this year if, as expected, the club trades one or both of its veteran outfielders.
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