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Erick Fedde remains in the mix to win the No. 5 starter role when the regular season finally begins.

Zach Plesac will likely either open in the big-league rotation or in the rotation at Triple-A, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.

Joe Ross remains in the mix to win the No. 5 starter role when the regular season finally begins.

Austin Voth remains in the mix to win the No. 5 starter role when the regular season finally begins.

The delayed start to the season could allow Tyler Naquin (knee) to leapfrog the competition for the starting spot in left field, Casey Drottar of Sports Illustrated reports.

Jake Bauers was on the roster bubble when camp was suspended, MLB.com's Mandy Bell reports.

Delino DeShields projected to make the roster as a bench outfielder when spring training was suspended, MLB.com's Mandy Bell reports.

Oscar Mercado (wrist) was locked in as the Indians' everyday center fielder when camp was suspended, MLB.com's Mandy Bell reports.

Andrew McCutchen (knee) is expected to be back to full health when MLB resumes its suspended season in mid-May or later, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

Domingo Santana is expected to open the year as Cleveland's designated hitter, MLB.com's Mandy Bell reports.

Franmil Reyes is expected to open the year as a corner outfielder while Domingo Santana starts at designated hitter, MLB.com's Mandy Bell reports.

Wilmer Flores had a .240/.296/.400 slash line with one home run in 10 games before the suspension of spring training.

Trent Grisham's solid spring has him poised to be the Padres' regular center fielder, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.

James Paxton (back) has been throwing in his home state of Wisconsin, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

Austin Slater's remaining minor-league option could be a hurdle to making the season-opening roster, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

Brandon Belt slashed .280/.321/.560 with two home runs and one stolen base through 10 games before spring training was suspended.

Gary Sanchez went 1-for-17 with seven strikeouts in Cactus League play. He also struggled behind the plate and was bothered by a sore back and a bout with the flu.

Tyler Heineman was competing with Rob Brantly for the backup catching job before spring training was suspended, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

Gio Urshela will be the Yankees' regular third baseman when the 2020 season commences, Pete Caldera of NorthJersey.com reports.

Buster Posey had a .455/.478/.727 slash line with three doubles and one home run in 20 spring training games.