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Morning Mound Visit: Eloy Jiménez to make rehab assignment

Eloy’s return; Rosenthal’s opposite of a return; Mets deadline targets

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Scott Merkin | MLB.com: Eloy Jiménez will begin a rehab assignment Friday. Jiménez suffered a ruptured pectoral in spring training and has missed the year so far. The original timeline stated that Jiménez would miss 5-6 months, so this is great news for the White Sox.

Alex Hall | Athletics Nation: The A’s, on the other hand, received terrible news. Trevor Rosenthal, who has been on the injured list all year after undergoing surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome, will miss the remainder of the season as he requires hip surgery.

Chris McShane | Amazin’ Avenue: Because the entire rotation can’t be built out of Jacob deGrom, the Mets need starting pitching. Who might they target at the trade deadline?

Quick Hits

Daniel Camarena, a relief pitcher, picked up his first big league hit: a grand slam. And some of you want the universal designated hitter.

Brad Miller cranked three dingers to help the Chicago Cubs begin another losing streak.

The MLBPA agreed to MLB’s seven-day extension of Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave.